Stock Intel Heatsink/fan

Hi,

Just hoping there might be a kind soul out there with a spare stock intel heatsink lying around gathering dust that they woudn’t mind giving away for the cost of postage (or I could collect in London)?

It’s for an i5 4570 (socket 1150)…

Thanks!

Location: London

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MacBook Pro 13" 2015

For sale is my MacBook Pro 13″ Retina 2015 Model.

It’s the base spec with 128GB SSD. Battery cycle count is currently 89 but may go up slightly as will be in use until new laptop arrives later in the week.

Excellent condition. I could only find 1 very small mark located on the back of the lid just above the hinge (see pic).

Warranty until 20th March 2017. Boxed with charger.

Price and currency: 775
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT…

MacBook Pro 13″ 2015

WD My Book 4TB

WD My Book 4TB model number WDBFJK0040HBK
Got it as a gift last year and never been used before but it has been opened to check if still working.
Warranty until 26/02/2018
£110 delivered
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Price and currency: 110
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PayPal…

WD My Book 4TB

Announcing “UWPDesktop” NuGet Package Version 14393

The UWPDesktop NuGet package is here to improve the developer experience with Visual Studio when walking along the Desktop Bridge.

The Desktop Bridge allows you to call UWP APIs directly from your WinForms, WPF or VB application. You can use APIs such as Live tiles, notifications, App Services and many more!

Previously, calling UWP APIs from a converted app was a confusing process. You had to find and reference the right .dll or .winmd, and it often wasn’t obvious which one to choose.

For example, to use “await” on UWP types, you had to reference the System.Runtime.WindowsRuntime.dll (c:Program Files (x86)Reference AssembliesMicrosoftFramework.NETCorev4.5
System.Runtime.WindowsRuntime.dll), which was actually from Windows 8.1 and therefore only worked in conjunction with “facadewindows.winmd” (c:Program Files (x86)Windows Kits10UnionMetadataFacadeWindows.WinMD).


AppServiceConnectionStatus status = await connection.OpenAsync();

Confusing, right? The new way is much simpler – just include the latest UWPDesktop NuGet package to your project, and you’re ready to call any supported UWP API without needing additional references.

You have two options for installing the package:

  1. In Visual Studio, right-click on your project, select “Manage NuGet Packages,” and search for and install the UWPDesktop package (as shown in the screenshot below):

  2. Use the Package Manager Console

Install-Package UwpDesktop

Warnings for unsupported UWP APIs

Not all modern APIs can be called directly from your desktop application; for example, you still can’t use XAML or SecondaryTile in your WinForms app. The UWPDesktop NuGet package makes your life easier by raising a warning if you try and call an unsupported API.

For more information and to learn more about the UWPDesktop NuGet package and Desktop Bridge, check out the resources below.

Resources

Small SSD for old laptop

Just after an old/small SSD to upgrade an old laptop for my dad – doesn’t need to be anything special, just something cheap.

Location: Hornsea

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Older ASRock motherboard

I’ve just bought some new parts for my PC including a Intel i5 3570k which i never thought about overclocking before i bought it but now i have, i’ve decided i’d give it a go as its a kind of a waste not to and my motherboard doesn’t support OC’ing lol

So i’m after a Z77 or Z68 chipset motherboard that is a LGA1155 socket and is in a Micro ATX form factor. I’ve seen that Gigabyte do them as well but i thought it would be less hassle to not to change brand as mine is a ASRock mobo already….

Older ASRock motherboard

Celeron G3900 1151 CPU

This is a couple of months old, boxed with the fan

Price and currency: £24
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bank transfer
Location: stoke on trent
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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