Cheap AGP GPU / PSU / Case

Hi,

As per title, I’m looking for some old cheap working parts.

GPU needs to be Nvidia and AGP.

PSU, anything working ok but cheap.

Any old case you may be thinking of binning, again cheap.

May also consider a CPU / RAM / motherboard bundle. Again cheap as chips talking old tech like ~2006 – 2011

Cheers

Location: Ormskirk

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An update on our Unified Update Platform (UUP)

Back in November, we announced the next generation of our delivery technologies called the Unified Update Platform (UUP). Windows Insiders are the first to experience UUP with Insider Preview builds. We began releasing new Insider Preview builds using UUP to Mobile devices first starting with Build 14959 in November. Then we began releasing new Insider Preview builds to PCs using UUP starting with Build 14986 in early December. I wanted to give a small update on where we are today with UUP.

As a recap, one of the biggest benefits UUP brings to our customers is a reduction in download size of build updates on PCs. We’ve converged technologies in our build and publishing systems to enable differential downloads for both PC and Mobile.

A differential download package contains only the changes that have been made since the last time you updated your device, rather than a full build. Differential download packages rely on re-using files on your current OS to reconstruct the newer OS. This could include copying files as-is that have not changed between builds, or it could involve applying “binary deltas” or “diffs” to old files to generate newer files. Differential download packages are smaller and can take a shorter amount of time to download.

For a full build, we refer to this as a canonical download package. It is a self-contained update that contains all files for the update, and does not rely on any files on your device. Canonical download packages tend to be larger in size and may take longer to download.

We are excited to begin releasing PC builds to Windows Insiders using differential download packages! As we discussed in November, as we roll out UUP in our retail release, users can expect their download size to decrease by approximately 35% when going from one major update of Windows to another. For retail users, the first time they get the UUP client code is part of the Creators Update, therefore, they will see the benefit of differential download packages when they go from the Creators Update to the next feature update of Windows.

Windows Insiders have been running the UUP bits for a while now and are already experiencing the benefits of differential packages as seen in the below.

Diff Download Graph

NOTE: Given the frequency of Insider flights, Insider build update diffs are considerably smaller (<1GB) than what we expect for retail users to experience when going from feature update to feature update.

It’s also important to note that Windows Insiders may not get a differential download packages even if we ship them. A baseline build has to be set for differential download packages and if that baseline build is newer than the build Windows Insiders are updating from (in the case where they are not on the latest flight) – they will receive a larger download.

Thank you for participating in this journey and giving us feedback to help us finalize this generational shift in the way we update Windows devices in the future!

Thanks,
Bill
@billkar44

Corsair CX550M PSU

Brand new Corsair CX550M power supply – purchased with my corsair case & cpu cooler which I had for sale in my other thread.

Still in retail packaging, bought for £70, wanting £50 + delivery.

Price and currency: 50
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PPG or BT
Location: Doncaster
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected…

Corsair CX550M PSU

This Week on Windows: NASCAR app, Anime Month, tips for using Microsoft Edge

We hope you enjoyed this week’s episode of This Week on Windows! Catch up on all the news out of Mobile World Congress and the Game Developers Conference, head over here to learn how you can import your favorites from other browsers to Microsoft Edge, or keep reading to see what’s new in the Windows Store.

Here’s what’s new in the Windows Store:

Riptide GP: Renegade

Riptide GP: Renegade

The future moves fast in Riptide GP: Renegade ($9.99), where illicit hydroject racing involves death-defying stunts over massive waterfalls, cop-dodging through public waterways and boosts to breakneck speeds across surging waves.

NASCAR, new for Xbox One

 NASCAR

The thrills of the stock-car racing season are what the NASCAR (Free, with IAP options) app is all about, and now it’s here for Xbox One, too. Get ready for the whole 2017 season with in-depth race analysis, live stats, in-race highlights, and more.

The Walking Dead Season 7

The Walking Dead

Now, until April 3, when you purchase The Walking Dead S7 ($41.99 HD, $26.99 SD), get tokens to download The Walking Dead: A New Frontier game episodes 1 & 2 for free (PC only).

Anime Month – Week 4

Anime Month

Anime Month is almost over, but it’s not too late to save big on movies like Dragon Ball Z: Resurrection ‘F’ and TV shows like Fairy Tail, Cowboy Bebop, and High School DxD. There’s one week left, so don’t miss out on all great deals and rewards in the Movies & TV section of the Windows Store!

Bubble Witch 3 Saga

Bubble Witch Saga

Stella the Witch is back in Bubble Witch 3 Saga (Free, with IAP options), a brand-new addition to the Bubble Witch series. This time, she needs your help in defeating the evil Wilbur – who may look cute, but who is full of magical mischief.

Have a great weekend!