I have a budget of around £550
Location: High Wycombe
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Macbook 12 inch
I have a budget of around £550
Location: High Wycombe
Macbook 12 inch
I am selling my current gaming/video edition PC. All the parts are less than a year old and this is a full AMD system (Ryzen + Vega).
Full part list:
CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1500X
Graphics Card: AMD RX VEGA 64 LIQUID COOLED EDITIO (Sapphire)
Motherboard: ASRock AB350M Pro4
Memory: Corsair 16GB Vengeance LPXDDR4 2666MHz RAM (2*8GB)
Storage (SSD): Crucial MX300 275GB
Storage (HDD): Seagate 2TB BarraCuda ‘7200RPM
Case: Fractal Design Mini C with 2 additional Noctua NF-F12PWM Case Fan 120 mm…
Gaming/Video Editing PC (Ryzen 1500x + VEGA 64 Liquid Cooled Edition)
2 x G3930 CPU – £25 each
8 x PCIE Risers – £5 each
1 x DDR4 4GB (crucial) – £25
1 x Gigabyte Z270P – D3 (Flashed with latest bios and takes 6 GPU’s) – £55
1 x Corsair RM750x – (1 month old from Amazon) – £75
1 x EVGA 650 G2 – ( bought off here still sealed, used for about 2 weeks ) – £55
1 x EVGA 550 GS – ( bought off here, 2 years old, unused by myself but…
Still in cellophane packaging, just decided to go with air instead of water and had gone past the 14 day returns with where i purchased it from.
Fractal Kelvin S24 AIO Water CPU Cooler
Simple to install, silent operation, powerful performance and easy expandability define the Kelvin Series. The silent high-performance ceramic pump is strong enough to support considerable expansion, should you decide to include GPU blocks and/or…
Brand New Fractal Kelvin S24 AIO CPU Water Cooler Unopened
From: Kathleen Hogan
Sent: Thursday, March 15, 2018 5:10 PM
To: Microsoft – All Employees
Subject: Making sure every voice is heard
Since Satya and I sent mail in December, a discussion has continued in the U.S. and around the world about the experiences of women in the workplace, and issues of both gender discrimination and sexual harassment. This discussion is not limited to any one employer, industry or country and includes Microsoft as well. This is an important discussion to have, and while it can be painful, it is only through dialogue and action that we will make progress.
One consistent topic has been how employers handle complaints, what action they take when they identify concerns, and whether employees are free to speak out on these issues.
The most important thing to me, and to our entire leadership team, is that our employees trust and have confidence in how we address these issues and specifically how we handle complaints that are raised.
In December we took a step to ensure that anyone alleging sexual harassment will have the chance to raise their concerns in a court of law. We became the first Fortune 100 company to endorse legislation that would ensure that every person facing sexual harassment in the workplace can make their case in a public court, rather than behind closed doors in private arbitration. We also announced we were waiving the contractual requirement for arbitration of sexual harassment claims in our own arbitration agreements for the limited number of employees who have this requirement even before any legislation passes. This was just one step, and one we hope others will follow.
In recent weeks there has been some attention in the media on how Microsoft investigates complaints of gender discrimination or sexual harassment in the workplace, alleging that we don’t take these issues seriously and don’t investigate complaints thoroughly. Some of what has been reported contains inaccurate and misleading data. Today, I discussed my thoughts on this topic with our executive staff (which includes the top leadership from across the company). I thought it was important to share my thoughts with you and provide additional transparency and new information that hasn’t been part of the public discussion. While the media discussion and specific data is focused on the U.S., I want to share the information with all Microsoft employees.
We strive to create an environment where everyone is respected, safe and able to do their best work. We aspire to ensure all voices are heard, that we listen deeply and that we are fair. We want people to be able to raise their concerns. We take these concerns seriously and we investigate them thoroughly. And where we find issues, we take appropriate action.
I want to share the most recent data with you. For context, we have over 65,000 employees in the U.S. Last fiscal year, we had 83 sexual harassment complaints. Sexual harassment covers a broad range of issues including amongst other things, inappropriate gender-based jokes and unwanted physical contact. Out of those 83 harassment complaints, nearly 50% were found to be supported in part or in full following the investigation, and more than half of these resulted in termination of an employee who engaged in unacceptable behavior. Depending on the severity of the case there are a range of other disciplinary actions we take.
In the same year we had 84 complaints of gender discrimination. Around 10% of those were found to be supported in part or in full, and we took appropriate action in these cases too. Gender discrimination can cover a range of issues, including whether work assignments are equitable, concerns about being excluded from meetings or training opportunities, as well as concerns about compensation, rewards or promotions based on gender.
The numbers for last year paint a broadly representative picture of prior years too, especially when you adjust for things like the increase in the number of employees at the company. Reports that we rarely reach a conclusion in favor of the complainant are based on a faulty reading of a partial data set.
As we shared previously, we have multiple ways in which you can raise a concern. However, some of you have asked “if I raise a concern, what happens next?” I want to ensure that everyone has additional transparency on the investigations process, how it works and what you can expect. You can find more information here, but at a high level, the process is:
What this does not address is feedback I have heard that people feel the process can often feel formal and that it can lack empathy. Please know that Brad and I hear that, and we are committed to learning and improving.
I know this topic is incredibly difficult, emotional and stressful for everyone involved. I hope this email provides more context and transparency on what Microsoft is doing and our commitment to continuously improve as we work to build the most inclusive culture where everyone can do their best work. As always, feel free to reach out to me, HR, CELA or your leadership team with questions or suggestions.
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Depending on the value the items will be sent via RMSD or by 1st Class Signed For, with the exception of the Phanteks Evolv which would be sent via a different courier (though collection from London, E7 is preferred).
************ CPU/MOBO BUNDLE ************
Would prefer to sell these together as a bundle for now
Intel Core i7 5820K s2011 v3
Purchased November 2015. Retail boxed. Note, this does not come with a heatsink…
5820k, X99 Mobo, 16GB DDR4 RAM, W/Cooling Parts (Pump,Res,Rad,CPU+GPU Block), Phanteks Evolv
Fully boxed, complete with everything as new.
Gigabyte AMD AM4 Ryzen AB350M GAMING 3 Micro ATX Motherboard
AMD Ryzen 3 1200 Quad Core AM4 CPU with Wraith Stealth Cooler
Boxed and complete….
Ryzen 3 CPU, MB and GTX950
View attachment 989736
When it came to me it was brand new and sealed, I unsealed it, changed the system language to English and did the available windows updates. I haven’t used it since so it is essentially brand new.
It comes with a USA 2 pin power supply so you’ll need a converter. There is no proof of purchase or warranty, but everything is working as expected.
Full spec can be found…
Laptop – Mi Notebook Pro, 15.6″, Intel i7 8550U, 16GB, 256GB (SSD), GeForce MX150
Not getting any use out of my Rift so may as well move it on, comes with everything it did from new including;
2 x Sensors with stands, i also 3d printed some wall mounts which I will include
2 x Touch Controllers
1 x XBOX 360 Wireless Controller
1 x Handheld Remote
I will also include my Oculus account which has a few games on it and £11 of store credit;
Batman Arkham VR
Affected The Manor
Looking to get £265inc postage, will be sent in its original…
Oculus Rift / 1TB Micron SSD
£45 Inc delivery
Price and currency: 45
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT please
Location: Higher Walton, just outside of Preston
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference
Apple Magic Mouse 2