For Sale – Dell U2312HM Monitor and Silverstone HTPC Case

Lovely monitor in very good condition with solid reviews. I’m only selling as it doesn’t play nice with my Surface Pro4 (I’m not sure why but it is on a Microsoft black list). Due to this I had changed to another Dell monitor and this is surplus to requirements.

Full HD 1080p, 1920×1080 resolution, 2,000,000:1 contrast ratio and 16.7 million colour reproduction. Good attachment options with DVI-D, VGA and displayport. The stand has a height adjustment of 130mm which I have used with my sit-down-stand-up desk. The screen can also rotate 90deg.

I have completed a dead pixel check (see attached pictures) and all pixels appear fine and there are no marks on the screen.

The monitor will come in the original box, paperwork/manual/setup CD, power lead, 2 VGA cables and 2 DVI-D cables (one of each are brand new!).

£80 collected from Bristol, postage will cost an additional £10.99 by My Hermes, fully insured

SilverStone HTPC case, SST-LC13B-E in black

This is a stylish HTPC case with fold down front and loads of space for hard drives. This is a reluctant sale but it doesn’t fit in a new tv cabinet. The space inside this case is cavernous, but it does mean the case is huge so please check the dimensions carefully!

The case can house a full size ATX and micro-ATX boards, full size ATX PSU, 2 external 5.25” and 3.5” bays, and 4 internal 3.5” bays. Comes with 2 80mm fans at the rear with space for a further 80mm fan and at the front and on the side. The front panel includes 2 USB 3.0 and a IEEE1394 ports along side audio and mic connectors, all behind the front fold down cover. This case has it all and could easily house a gaming rig if required.

Now the important bit, dimensions: 430 x 171.5 x 439.6mm (W, H, D).

It will come in the original box with a bag of bolts and connectors.

Cost £6

0 collected from Bristol, postage will cost an additional £8.40 by My Hermes, fully insured

Price and currency: Monitor £80, HTPC Case £60
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on collection, bank transfer or PayPal (buyer pays fees)
Location: Bristol
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For Sale – Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 980 Ti Black + I3 Bundle

For sale I have my Inno3d 980TI, this is a retail watercooled video card, as can be seen in the link below, which has a very healthy factory overclock pre-applied.

Inno3D iChill GeForce GTX 980 Ti Black

Its in full working order, as is only going now I have a 1080ti.

I dont have the original box anymore, but it will be well packaged for shipping, local collection is also welcome.

Looking for £270 inc

Any questions please ask.

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I3 Bundle

I3 -4130
Gigabyte mobo
2*2GB Geil 1333Mhz Ram
Stock Cooler.

Looking for £80 inc please

Price and currency: £Various
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Payment method: BT
Location: Burnham On Sea
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Tech giants support FHIR standard. Will that make a difference?

During a White House meeting about the new Blue Button 2.0 API for Medicare, six major technology players signed a joint statement pledging to work toward healthcare interoperability with a particular focus on the cloud and artificial intelligence.

The companies — Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Oracle and Salesforce — promised to support the goal of  “frictionless” interoperability using established industry standards, including the HL7 FHIR standard API. They offered a vision of a robust ongoing dialogue that would include every healthcare entity from payers to patients and application developers, according to a statement released by the Information Technology Industry Council.

Pushing the FHIR standard forward

The statement comes at a time when patient demand for easy access to healthcare data has never been greater. Large hospitals have responded with nascent efforts to improve data exchange based on the FHIR standard API, but there is widespread acknowledgement that healthcare lags far behind other industries when it comes to tech innovation and particularly interoperability. The idea of what could effectively be a consortium of mainstream technology companies working on this tricky problem and promoting the FHIR standard was received warmly by some this week and with a healthy dose of skepticism by others.

The fact that the statement called out cloud usage specifically, is telling, because, for reasons ranging from security to cost, a significant portion of healthcare organizations continue to avoid the cloud. A 2017 report from KLAS Research found 31% of hospitals either won’t expand their cloud efforts or won’t move to the cloud. “The cloud really is a double-edged sword,” said Kathy Downing, vice president of information governance,  informatics, standards, privacy and security at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), in an interview. While the cloud might offer a more secure environment than some smaller health organizations could achieve, Downing isn’t convinced the cloud itself is pivotal to interoperability. “I don’t know that the cloud really has a dog in this interoperability hunt,” she said. “You want to think through the safeguards and do all the assessments. That’s more important than whether you’re using a server or the cloud.”

I’m not sure how any of these entities will solve the issue of semantic interoperability.
John Moorefounder and managing partner of Chilmark Research

It’s a positive sign for the healthcare industry that it’s attracted the attention of these major players, said Coray Tate, vice president of clinical research at KLAS, in an email. But the market has to be there for this to work. “We’re at the base of the mountain and early steps are the easiest,” he said. “It remains to be seen if the market will provide a business case that will sustain the long climb.”

And the business case may not be there because this group of tech companies isn’t in most hospitals in any significant way today, said John Moore, founder and managing partner of Chilmark Research, in an email. “As big and influential as these companies are their collective presence in healthcare is quite disparate and at the end of the day it is what a clinician is using in their workflow that matters,” he explained. “These companies are simply not there. I’m not sure how any of these entities will solve the issue of semantic interoperability.” To further complicate matters, most hospitals don’t want to share patient data with competitors, he said. “They have instead opted to let patients themselves take direct responsibility.”

Tech support potentially a good thing

Attention from tech giants, however, should be seen as a good thing as long as everyone is thoughtful about how to proceed, said Stan Huff, M.D., chief medical informatics officer at Intermountain Healthcare and co-chair of the Health Level 7(HL7) Clinical Information Modeling Initiative, which developed the FHIR standard API. “This is significant because it creates faith in HL7 FHIR and will encourage investment in FHIR development,” he said. “The thing I would want to encourage is that this group work with existing organizations like HL7, ONC, HSPC and CIIC to ensure they all implement the FHIR standard the same way so we get to true semantic interoperability at some point.”

The joint statement offered few details on future plans but stressed the need to get everyone involved, including the open source community. “I think we will need to wait a few weeks to hear specific projects to know what additional impact they will have,” Huff said.

Wanted – Internal Hard drive >2tb

Anyone selling

Location: leamington spa

Edit 27/7 internal drives

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For Sale – GPU Mining Clear Out – 3x Titan XP, 1x 1080Ti & 8x 1070Ti

I’ve got some more ASICs on the way and my home power ring won’t support them on top of what I already have, so the GPUs have to go.

The memory has been raised to between 300-500MHz on most of the GPUs, with the power limit dropped to 85% for the majority of their life – so well within normal operating parameters.

No faults, no issues at all. Always kept within good temp limits and in a ventalated dry area.

All have original boxes.

The 1080ti & 1070tis all have transferable warranty. The Titan XPs are under warranty til August 2019 – I am not certain of the transferability of the warranty from Nvidia direct, however if you have any issues – you will have my contact details and I’ll be most happy to deal with the warranty for you or compensate you for any failure.

2x Titan XP (2016 w/ 3584 shaders) – £500 each – Warranty til August 2019 (1 sold, 2 remain)
1x Gigabyte Aorus Xtreme 1080 Ti – £500 – Warranty til July 2021
8x EVGA 1070Ti SC ACX3 – £300 each – Warranty til December 2020

Shipping included & happy to consider offers / bundle discounts.

Photos can be taken if necessary.

Price and currency: Varies
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or Crypto
Location: Essex
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For Sale – Lenovo S1 Yoga

Hi,
I’ve decided to sell my Lenovo S1 Yoga. The specs are:

  • 12.5″ IPS LED panel, full HD, touch enabled
  • Intel i5 4300U 1.9GHz
  • 8GB RAM
  • Samsung Evo 240 250GB
    • Currently has an Adata 120GB M2242 SSD in the second slot, available at optional cost
  • 2 x USB (one is Superspeed), SD card reader, headphone jack, mini HDMI
  • It converts from laptop all the way round to a full tablet
  • Wacom tablet pencil included in the chassis
  • Backlit keyboard
  • TrackPoint, plus trackpad
  • Windows 10 Pro 64bit

It’s in mint condition, having had very little use, and comes with the original charger and box.

Price: £290 ex. delivery

The second SSD is available for an additional £40 (I dual booted Ubuntu from this and it worked a treat).

Price and currency: £290
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Payment method: BACS or PayPal Gift
Location: Leeds / Huddersfield
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For Sale – DDR4 / DDR3

Hynix 4 GB (2 x 2 GB) DDR3 1333 MHz

HMT125U7TFR8C-H9

£15 £12.50 including Delivery , PayPal only.

Might not be able to post until the weekend.

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HyperX FURY 8 GB (2 x 4 GB) DDR4 2400 MHz Memory Kit

HX424C15FBK2/8

£50 including Delivery , PayPal only. ( Sold pending TheAdmiralCS )

Price and currency: £50 , £15
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For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360 £775 ADDED Cheapo Laptops!

Hello,

I am looking to sell my trusty Dell XPS 13″ laptop. It has been well look after and is in great condition.. No scratches or dents. The laptop has been covered since day one in an EasySkin which has protected the laptop well. It is also warrantied till July 2020 so lots of protection on it..

Its an excellent allrounder and the screen is beautiful.

£675 plus delivery

Full Spec:

Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7500U CPU @ 2.70GHz
Clock Speed 2.9Ghz
8gb RAM
256gb SSD
Intel(R) HD Graphics 620

ADDED : 15th August 2018

Asus Zenbook UX21E-KX004. Its a beautifully crafted laptop, it is boxed and comes with a case, however has a few cosmetic damages on it. Comes with 2 x chargers, Windows 7 Home Edition. Looking for £200 + Delivery

Lenovo X220, 8GB Ram, 320GB HDD, Charger, unboxed etc. £170 + Delivery

Lenovo X230, 8GB Ram, 500GB HDD, Charger, unboxed etc. £190 + Delivery

Price and currency: £675
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Payment method: BT
Location: Bury
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For Sale – iMac 27″ Retina 5K (2017) – i5 Quad with 512GB SSD

iMac 27″ Retina 5K (2017)

i5 3.4GHz quad-core
512GB SSD
8GB RAM
4GB Radeon Pro 570

AppleCare until mid August 2018 and can be extended if purchased intime.
The iMac is in excellent condition.
Comes with all original packaging and accessories.

This was a build to order and has a SSD drive upgrade over the stock/standard 1TB Fusion Drive.
The screen plastic cover was never removed nor the keyboard cover.

Looking for £1650 and a meet up due to the iMac’s size, weight and value. Can discuss potential delivery/travelling but within reason.

Any questions please do ask.

BT for payment please. Advertised elsewhere.

Thanks for looking.

Price and currency: 1650
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Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: London
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For Sale – Dell XPS 13 9360

Hi all,
Selling my XPS 13, immaculate condition, dbrand carbon top cover installed from new, boxed. Top spec:

i7-8550U
16GB Ram
512GB NvME SSD
4k Touchscreen

Checking the service tag states it’s covered until January 28th 2019.
Currently running Linux (deepinOS) but I can stick Windows back on if required (please allow a few days so I have time).

Any questions fire away.

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Price and currency: £800
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Payment method: BT
Location: Wellingborough/Northants
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