Seagate 4TB HDD sata

For sale 4tb Seagate HDD. Used in my media server but has spent most of its life idle due to change in viewing habits. I will say there is no warranty but I have never had a issue with the drive.

Postage to be added at buyers choice of delivery

Price and currency: 60
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: PPG or BT
Location: Leeds
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Seagate 4TB HDD sata

Brand new Dell XPS 13 2015 model

Hi everyone,

As per title really, bought several of these machines to deploy at work and ended up with a couple we’re probably not going to use – lovely things so I’m keeping one for my personal machine and selling the other.

Core i7 5600
13″ QHD+ Infinity Touch Display

Dell cartons have been opened – any potential buyer would probably have wanted to check there was something in there anyway – but the laptop itself is still sealed in its factory wrap.


Brand new Dell XPS 13 2015 model

Microsoft Australia’s Pip Marlow talks feminism, ‘Mad Max’ and the path to a more equal workplace

It pleases me to say that I was the first person to tell Pip Marlow about the blockbuster film “Mad Max: Fury Road.”

“I haven’t seen it, to be honest,” she said. “But I saw the original ‘Mad Max,’ years ago.”

Presented with such an opportunity—to waste the time of the executive in charge of Microsoft’s overall business in Australia with a hardcore geek’s synopsis of a post-apocalyptic action movie—one would think I’d start babbling on about stunt performers, tricked-out muscle cars and electric guitars that shoot fire. Instead, I told Marlow about a minor controversy that erupted around the film’s release in the United States: A blogger representing the so-called “Men’s Rights” movement decried the film as a “feminist piece of propaganda posing as a guy flick,” and lamented the fact that Charlize Theron’s Imperator Furiosa character—the levelheaded and quite literal driver of the plot—has a stronger, more authoritative presence in the film than Mad Max himself. “Nobody barks orders at Mad Max,” the writer blustered, before putting a cap on all that crazy by calling for men—all men! Everywhere!—to boycott the film.

Marlow patiently listened to my explanation of the controversy, chuckled lightly, then had her own, awe-inspiring Imperator Furiosa moment.

“I think it’s fantastic that women have role models in the media, women who we can look to as strong characters,” Marlow said. “I love to hear the stories of butt-kicking. The only story line shouldn’t be about women being saved. We can be participants in our own rescue. Now I’m going to have to go see the movie.”

That’s probably not necessary. In a way, Marlow has navigated her own fury road: She’s achieved a leadership position in an industry that is still largely male-dominated. In a March 2015 article in the Huffington Post, writer Emily Peck reported that only 26 percent of America’s computing jobs are held by women—a number that’s dropped from 35 percent in 1990. Other STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) professions are faring better, Peck said—for example, more than half of America’s biological scientists are women.

And things are scarcely better in Australia: According to an editorial that Marlow herself wrote for Australian Financial Review last March, only one in four key management personnel in Australia is female. “Even in the boardroom–where representation has mercifully picked up from a tragically low base–men still account for four in five directorships,” she wrote.

Though some decisive forward strides have been made these past few years, the tech industry—indeed, the entire business world—still has a blind spot where gender equality is concerned. And Marlow has successfully piloted a steadfast course right into the heart of it. Forget Imperator Furiosa: I want to know where this warrior of the wasteland came from, and ride along with her caravan for a bit.

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I have for sale an MSI GAMING 980 4g.
£330 (sold pending deposit from micheal2520)

The card is in immaculate condition. Fully boxed with all accessories. I have owned the card since January and it was bought from brand new. The card still has years of warrant left. I will include a print out of the purchase receipt for warranty purposes.

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REALLY HIGH SPECS GAMING PC!!! Professionally OCed and built!

Hello guys, here I am selling my OverClocked Creature, this was a built I have personally assembled with care and professional experience. The PC is like new outside and inside every peace of it is perfectly assembled. I am selling it only cause I am moving.

Specs are here… ENJOY!

CPU: i7-3820@4.625MHz on Antec Khuler 920
Mobo: Asus Rampage IV Extreme
Memory: G.Skill Ripjaws 32GB 1866MHz@2000MHz 9-10-9-28-2T-8x4GB

Video: 3xEVGA GeForce GTX…

REALLY HIGH SPECS GAMING PC!!! Professionally OCed and built!

Silent Intel I3 Based HTPC

Bought everything new around 18 months ago for a HTPC but it seems overkill for what I need these days so looking to replace it.

It initially had Windows 8 installed but is now running Openelec.

Intel I3 3225 (With the HD4000 gfx)
240gb SSD
8gb Samsung Green ram
Streacom 150w laptop style PSU
Streacom FC8 Black silent heatpipe case
Logitech Di Novo Mini remote control

Looking for £225 inc or £200 inc without the Logitech Di Novo

Price and currency: 225
Delivery: Delivery…

Silent Intel I3 Based HTPC

EVGA GTX 780ti

Think one went for like £180 delivered recently, so anyone wanting to upgrade and sale me theres.

Location: Trowbridge

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