For Sale – Dell Latitude 7370

Begrudgingly selling my beautiful Dell Latitude 7370 as I need a macbook for coding.

It’s the 128gb, 8gb RAM, 1920×1080 version with the better battery life. (I’ve upgraded the battery to the 43whr, so the battery life now usually exceeds 8hrs). It also has a carbon fibre lid.

Works perfectly but cosmetically there are a couple of faults. There are some scratches on the lid and a couple of scratches on the side which I’ve tried to capture in the picture as well as I can.

Other than that in great condition.
£400 – will include the original 34whr battery for an extra £20.

Price and currency: 400
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Payment method: BT
Location: Weston-super-mare
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For Sale – Hard drives, x370 mobo, RAM, water cooling and fans

Getting rid of a bit of clutter in the house, bit of upgrading/ downgrading

Asrock X370 Gaming K4 Boxed with everything as new (has been updated to latest bios for the 2000 series CPUs) – £90

Corsair DDR4 2x8GB 3200mhz RAM in RED – £120
Its this one Corsair 16GB DDR4 Red Vengeance LPX 3200MHz Memory Kit for Skylake
If using Ryzen you can definitely get this RAM running at 2933 mhz minimum, Intel you just run the XMP profile for 3200 mhz or it can overclock 3466 mhz on some boards. I had this on 3200 mhz on Skylake and 2933 mhz on Ryzen 1st gen.

1x EK SUPREMACY EVO CPU BLOCK copper block with AM4 Ryzen mounting bracket £30

1x EK-XTOP SPC-60 PWM – PLEXI (INCL. PUMP) (PWM controlled clear so that you can see your liquid. This has the mounting grommets on it but i can’t find the screws. It only needs 4 will update the thread if i find them or some that might fit) £30

2x G2 SLIM RADIATOR 16 FPI – 240MM (copper radiator) SOLD TO JACKs4B
Radiators have removable dust filters and also removable rubber to absorb the vibration from the fans (i had an 1700 over clocked to 4.0GHz and and overclocked 1080ti both in the loop with these, SP120s set at 900RPM kept them both cool whilst silent.

2x Monsoon FREE CENTER HARDLINE Fittings 3/8 X 1/2 (13MM) 6 PACK – MATTE BLACK a six pack will comes with the clear glue to attach the lock collar to the tubing
I have 2 6 packs of these, and three more separate ones. One is unused and still has the lock collar. Each 6 pack comes with a tightening wrench these will require lock collars as the ones that come with them have been used and they are not reusable. These are not expensive only £4 for a 6 pack.
You may find these cheaper elsewhere
Total 15 regular fittings £30 for all 15

3 matte black monsoon 90 degree fittings £5 each

1x Barrow Cylinder T-Virus Black POM Cap Red Spiral Suspension Reservoir 205mm £15 lower price due to scratch (This has a UV light inside also this does have scratch across where the mounting bracket sits, luckily this cant be seen once the bracket is mounted)

MMRS PREMIUM G 1/4 PLUG – MATTE BLACK (this will be free with reservoir)

4x Corsair CO-9050006-WW Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition 120mm Low Noise High Pressure Fan (These are the PWM versions) £10 for 2 as they came in 2 packs
1 DUAL PACK SOLD TO Boniek

PETG TUBING 13/10MM (ID 3/8 OD 1/2 90CM) – CLEAR (i have one full 90cm and 65cm none these have been used

6 x Silverstone Fan Grills packaged and unopened (bought for a desk PC build but i didn’t get permission from the boss so it was scrapped ) £25 for all

2.5 inch hard drives:
1TB Toshiba MQ01ABD100 (this is a 9mm drive so should fit into a PS4 and most laptops) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108
500GB TOSHIBA MQ01ABF050 (this is a 7mm drive so should fit in everything) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108

Drives have been wiped and health status is on post 23 all in working order
For Sale – Hard drives, x370 mobo, water cooling and fans

Everything is in brand new condition apart from the radiator and reservoir. Currently i can’t find any invoices for anything apart from the Google home mini and Phillips Bulbs as these were bought recently. All come with boxes. Water cooling kit has been cleaned out with distilled water, however it has been sat in a box for months, so make sure you flush out any dust on the inside as i have just cleaned the outside before boxing them up again. Will be some more bits and bobs as i’m still clearing out and hopefully i can find some invoices.

Update i have found the invoices for the pump, water block, fittings and radiator. All purchased from Overlockers around May 2017. Reservoir was purchased from ebay, so i would expect any warranty with this, but then again its just a tank.

Have found invoice for the Motherboard it was purchased from Alza June 2017

I’m in Sheffield if anyone would like to collect.
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For Sale – 620W PSU, Router, HDDs – WTD: G3220/G3420(T) CPU

Wanted

LGA1150 G3220/G3420(T) for bios flashing

For Sale

Enermax ELT620AWT PSU (myHermes,RM)
£25 payment by Bank Transfer.

WD My Net 900 router (myHermes,RM)
£15 payment by Bank Transfer.

2TB WD Black Desktop HDD (31/08/2020) RMRD/MyHermes
£45 £41 payment by Bank Transfer

3TB Recertified Seagate Desktop HDD (18/09/2018) RMRD/MyHermes
£40 payment by Bank Transfer

2 x 1TB Samsung HD103SJ Desktop HDDs (OOW) RMRD/MyHermes
£25.00 for the pair, payment by Bank Transfer

HDD details here.

SOLD

WD My Net Wifi Extender (myHermes,RM)

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Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Glasgow
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For Sale – Logitech G213 Prodigy RGB Keyboard, Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Mouse, Intel G3900 CPU

All below are brand new and never used.

Logitech G213 Prodigy RGB Keyboard (German Layout) – £30

Logitech G402 Hyperion Fury Mouse – £25

Intel G3900 CPU – £25

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Inside the private event where Microsoft, Google, Salesforce and other rivals share security secrets

Speaking this week on the Microsoft campus, L-R: Erik Bloch, Salesforce security products and program management director; Alex Maestretti, engineering manager on the Netflix Security Intelligence and Response Team; David Seidman, Google security engineering manager; and Chang Kawaguchi, director for Microsoft Office 365 security. (GeekWire Photos / Todd Bishop)

REDMOND, Wash. — At first glance, the gathering inside Building 99 at Microsoft this week looked like many others inside the company, as technical experts shared hard-earned lessons for using machine learning to defend against hackers.

Ram Shankar Siva Kumar, Microsoft security data wrangler, spearheaded the event.

It looked normal, that is, until you spotted the person in the blue Google shirt addressing the group, next to speakers from Salesforce, Netflix and Microsoft, at a day-long event that included representatives of Facebook, Amazon and other big cloud providers and services that would normally treat technical insights as closely guarded secrets.

As the afternoon session ended, the organizer from Microsoft, security data wrangler Ram Shankar Siva Kumar, complimented panelist Erik Bloch, the Salesforce security products and program management director, for “really channeling the Ohana spirit,” referencing the Hawaiian word for “family,” which Salesforce uses to describe its internal culture of looking out for one another.

It was almost enough to make a person forget the bitter rivalry between Microsoft and Salesforce.

Siva Kumar then gave attendees advice on finding the location of the closing reception. “You can Bing it, Google it, whatever it is,” he said, as the audience laughed at the rare concession to Microsoft’s longtime competitor.

It was no ordinary gathering at Microsoft, but then again, it’s no ordinary time in tech. The Security Data Science Colloquium brought the competitors together to focus on one of the biggest challenges and opportunities in the industry.

Machine learning, one of the key ingredients of artificial intelligence, is giving the companies new superpowers to identify and guard against malicious attacks on their increasingly cloud-oriented products and services. The problem is that hackers are using many of the same techniques to take those attacks to a new level.

Dawn Song, UC Berkeley computer science and engineering professor.

“The challenge is that security is a very asymmetric game,” said Dawn Song, a UC Berkeley computer science and engineering professor who attended the event. “Defenders have to defend across the board, and attackers only need to find one hole. So in general, it’s easier for attackers to leverage these new techniques.”

That helps to explain why the competitors are teaming up.

“At this point in the development of this technology it’s really critical for us to move at speed to all collaborate,” explained Mark Russinovich, the Microsoft Azure chief technology officer. “A customer of Google is also likely a customer of Microsoft, and it does nobody any good or gives anybody a competitive disadvantage to keep somebody else’s customer, which could be our own customer, insecure. This is for the betterment of everybody, the whole community.”

[Editor’s Note: Russinovich is a keynoter at the GeekWire Cloud Tech Summit, June 27 in Bellevue, Wash.]

This spirit of collaboration is naturally more common in the security community than in the business world, but the colloquium at Microsoft has taken it to another level. GeekWire is the first media organization to go inside the event, although some presentations weren’t opened up to us, due in part to the sensitive nature of some of the information the companies shared.

The event, in its second year, grew out of informal gatherings between Microsoft and Google, which resulted in part from connections Siva Kumar made on long-distance runs with Google’s tech security experts. After getting approval from his manager, he brought one of the Google engineers to Microsoft two years ago to compare notes with his team.

The closing reception for the Security Data Science Colloquium at Microsoft this week. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)

Things have snowballed from there. After the first event, last year, Siva Kumar posted about the colloquium, describing it as a gathering of “security data scientists without borders.” As the word got out, additional companies asked to be involved, and Microsoft says this year’s event was attended by representatives of 17 different tech companies in addition to university researchers.

The event reflects a change in Microsoft’s culture under CEO Satya Nadella, as well as a shift in the overall industry’s approach. Of course, the companies are still business rivals that compete on the basis of beating each other’s products. But in years or decades past, many treated security as a competitive advantage, as well. That’s what has changed.

“This is not a competing thing. This is not about us trying to one up each other,” Siva Kumar said. “It just feels like, year over year, our problems are just becoming more and more similar.”

Siamac Mirzaie of Netflix presents at the event. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)

In one afternoon session this week, representatives from Netflix, one of Amazon Web Services’ marquee customers, gave detailed briefings on the streaming service’s internal machine learning tools, including its “Trainman” system for detecting and reporting unusual user activity.

Developing and improving the system has been a “humbling journey,” said Siamac Mirzaie from the Netflix Science & Analytics Team, before doing a deep dive on the technical aspects of Trainman.

Depending on the situation, he said, Netflix uses either Python, Apache Spark or Flink to bring the data into its system and append the necessary attributes to the data. It then uses simple rules, statistical models and machine learning models to detect anomalies using Flink or Spark, followed by a post-processing layer that uses a combination of Spark and Node.js. That’s followed by a program for visualizing the anomalies in a timeline that people inside the company can use to drill down into and understand specific events.

“The idea is to refine the various data anomalies that we’ve generated in the previous stage into anomalies that our application owner or security analyst can actually relate to,” Mirzaie said.

The stakes are high given the $8 billion that Netflix is expected to spend on content this year.

But the stakes might be even higher for Facebook. The social network, which has been in the international spotlight over misuse of its platform by outside companies and groups, says it uses a combination of automated and manual systems to identify fraudulent and suspicious activity.

Facebook, which held a similar event of its own in April, was among the companies that presented during the gathering at Microsoft this week. Facebook recently announced that it used new machine learning practices to detect more than 500,000 accounts tied to financial scams.

Mark Russinovich, Microsoft Azure CTO, in his conference room on the company’s Redmond campus this week. (GeekWire Photo / Todd Bishop)

During his keynote, Microsoft’s Russinovich talked in detail about Windows PowerShell, the command-line program that is a popular tool for attackers in part because it’s built into the system. Microsoft’s Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection is designed to detect suspicious command lines, and Microsoft was previously using a traditional model that was trained to recognize potentially malicious sequences of characters.

“That only got us so far,” Russinovich said in an interview.

After brainstorming ways to solve the problem, the company’s security defense researchers figured out how to apply deep neural networks, more commonly used in vision-based object detection, for use in PowerShell malicious script detection, as well. They essentially came up with a way to encode command lines to make them look like images to the machine learning model, Russinovich explained. The result surpassed the traditional technique “by a significant amount,” he said.

At the closing panel discussion, David Seidman, Google security engineering manager, summed up the stated philosophy of the event. “We are not trying to compete on the basis of our corporate security,” Seidman said. “Google is not trying to get ahead of Microsoft in the cloud because Microsoft got compromised. That’s the last thing we want to see.”

“We are fighting common enemies,” Seidman added. “The same attackers are coming after all of us, and an incident at one company is going to affect that customer’s trust in all the cloud companies they do business with. So we have very much aligned interests here.”

For Sale – Genuine Windows 10 Home Retail Key (Purchased from Microsoft – with proof given on agreed sale) £50

I bought this retail copy of Windows 10 Home retail key on here a few weeks back to use on a Bootcamp partition on my MacBook Air.

I have sold the Air so no longer need the activation key.

Looking to sell for what I paid, £50 and will pm the code on receipt of payment.

Full price from Microsoft for this product is £119.99.

Here is a link to the thread I bought it from.

For Sale – Genuine Windows 10 Home Retail Key (Purchased from Microsoft – with proof) – Reduced to £55 – ONO

Price and currency: £50
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Location: Accrington
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For Sale – Or Trade MAC Mini, i5, 16gb ram, late 2012 model also option of 27” Apple thunderbolt Display

Boxed late 2012 Mac Mini i5, upgraded to 16gb Ram, 500gb £300

Wireless rechargeable keyboard and mouse £50 (buyer of Mac mini has 1st dibs on this)

Also available with a Apple 27” Thunderbolt Display for an extra £200 (does have a crack in top right corner) (again buyer of Mac mini has 1st dibs on this)

Can post the Mac mini easy enough, the monitor could be sent also but would rather collection.

Ideally looking to trade for a Desktop PC of decent spec.

Price and currency: Whitford Devon
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For Sale – Cooler Master II / Asus Prime H270-Plus / 2 10TB Ironwolf Drives / 1 4GB Western Digtial

Hi,

I am selling my PC and as it is unlikely this will all sell in full. I will also price the individual parts as this will interest people more.

If you want the entire system I am looking for £650

Cooler Master Cosmos 11 – Still around £260 cheapest on Amazon – I am looking for £120 as I would class it as as B grade with only 1 minor mark on 1 side panel. Full pictures have been added but I would also ask you to check out the following links as this describes the case really well and shows great pictures and also spare parts you can buy for the case. My own pictures are attached.

I do not have the box anymore and if you are buying I would ask you to check it out, you won’t be disappointed and is in great condition and is one of the best Full tower cases. if you can’t drive fully to my location, I am willing to meet up half way.

COSMOS II | Cooler Master
https://www.cmstore.eu/cosmos-ii/

Asus Prime H270 – Plus – Still goes for around £90 on Ebuyer – the board is in perfect condition and I still have the box for it. I am looking for £55 for the board

Please check out the specs from the following link on ebyuer.

Asus Intel PRIME H270-PLUS LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard – Ebuyer

Kaby Lake Processor I5 7600 3.6ghz (Turbo Boost 4.1) – Cheapest now is around £180 and you can check this with google shop checker which checks all the major suppliers. (Can play 10 bit and HDR) and runs 4K super smooth. No need for a separate graphic card due to the integrated graphics capability’s of the chip, unless your a real gamer.

I would be looking for £110 for this

2 x Seagate Ironwolf 10TB NAS Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 7200RPM 256 Cache

– They go for around £260 on the cheapest sites

1 of the drives was only bought from Ebuyer on the 16/03/18 so still has warranty up to 16/03/21 left which I am fully willing to help out if it goes wrong. I am looking for £170

The other drive was bought from Ebuyer on the 24/04/17 so still has warranty up to 24/04/20, again I will help out with warranty issues if they arise. I am looking for £150

1 x 4TB Western Digital Drive Hard Drive 3.5″ SATA III 6 GB’s 5400RPM 64 Cache

This drive is from 2014 so the warranty is now just run out –
I am looking for £70

2x4GB Hyperx Fury DDR4 2400mhz

Looking for £45

128GB SAMSUNG PM961 NVME TLC M.2 Drive

Samsung 128GB PM961 M.2 PCIe NVMe Performance SSD/Solid State Drive OEM

Is now around £60 new but I believe has been discontinued now – Solid M2 drive I used as my main drive. I am looking for £35

Warranty runs outs on the 12th Jan 2019

HX520 Corsair Modular Power Supply

An old power supply but still had has capability to run my Kabylake and 5 drives which I have used since the beginning. Difficult to put a price on this but I only used my system to play 1080p and 4K movies and shows, this really shows how brilliant the Kabylake is (Can play 10 bit and HDR). You could run a dedicated graphics card if you didn’t have so many drives – I really wouldn’t know how to price this, but it still works superbly well without a graphics card for movies an shows – I would ask for £35

Unfortunately you can only upload 10 pictures and I had about 25 to show you because of the the other products. You will have to ask me for photos for these products and I can get them emailed too you if your interested. My Apologies.

Please feel free to ask any questions you have

Thanks

Price and currency: 650
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Payment method: paypal or cash
Location: London, Middlesex
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For Sale – Lenovo T440s

I have my Lenovo Thinkpad T440s for sale, which is not getting any use these days.

Laptop was purchased 11/17 and is in superb condition with little sign of use. Comes with original charger, however original box i don’t have.

Specs:
Machine Type Model: 20AQCTO1WW
Intel Core i5-4210U @1.70Ghz
4GB RAM
Windows 7 64Bit (was Win 8)
500GB HDD
1600×900 Display
Wi-Fi
Ethernet

Price and currency: £180
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Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: London
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For Sale – HP Officejet Pro 6970 plus 7 Genuine Ink Cartridges

Following a move of office, I’m selling the following items:-

1. HP Officejet Pro 6970 All in One Printer, Scanner, Fax, Copier. Approximately 6 months old and boxed in original packaging. Great condition. Will come with the following ink, 1 large capacity Black and 6 normal capacity colour (2 of each colour) plus the cartridges that are currently in the printer. All genuine HP Ink.

Price: £120 delivered for the bundle.

2. Creative Gigaworks T20 Series II speakers. In great condition, are a few years old now but working perfectly. Have really only been used to office teleconferences etc and very occasional background music. Boxed in original packaging.

Price: £30 delivered. SOLD

3. Panasonic KX-TG8061E Cordless Telephone and Answering machine – in white. Great condition again. Not in original box (unless I can find it in the garage at home!).

Price: £12.50 delivered.

Price and currency: £various
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Payment method: BT
Location: Saltash
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