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For Sale – Water Cooled PC i7 2600k, 16GB ram, 650W, Blu-ray writer

Hi All

I am selling my old workstation, that has no working graphic card.

The Graphic card stopped working and I get a either a no graphic card detected beep or it POST and no image is shown. I removed the graphic card and i just get the missing graphic card beep. So all other parts are working.

I have removed the hard drives so you will need a new HDD or SSD,

unit as follows.

  1. Asus P67 Sabertooth Motherboard
  2. Intel i7 2600K CPU
  3. 16GB DDR 3 Ram (2x 8GB) Not sure on model but i know it was the fastest one at the time.
  4. NXZT 650 Gold Modular Power Supply – include all cables and case
  5. Cooler Master 690 MK2 Case – Missing Cage for even more hard drive, needed space for Pump
  6. Creative Sound blaster X-Fi Sound card – not sure which model
  7. EK CPU water Block
  8. EK double Radiators, roof mounted
  9. ATI – 4870 Grahpic card with custom waterblock – not working
  10. 3 x 140mm Fans
  11. 3 super quiet fans with rubber suspension connectors
  12. battery after buner to keep fans working after shutdown – new unused
  13. Molex Connector remover kit and tools
  14. many meters of White braid multi sizes
  15. EK Punp and reservoir + power pn connector to turn on PC without motherboard to drain and fill.
  16. Assortments of plugs and connectors + extra fans and cables.

The unit itself is in good to average condition, needs a clean in and out including the water loop, as been sitting in a while now without an maintenance, (Kids take all my time now )

I am pricing this to shift as i have just purchased a NUC so only looking for £150 Collected (due to weight and water)

If I sold the first 4 items alone, I would get more money, than what I am asking for whole lot, but just want it gone as easy as possible.

Any questions let me know, Picture coming up soon.

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For Sale – Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 G1 Gaming, HP Z27n 27 inch IPS 1440P Monitor & Viewsonic VA2448-LED 24 inch 1080p Monitor

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1080 G1 Gaming graphics card. Great card, solid performance
£300 – Postage is included for the graphics card.

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I have two monitors for sale, neither monitor has a stand but both have VESA mounts. As I don’t have packaging materials they are collection only from Luton.

The first is an HP Z27N Monitor.
27 Inch
2560 x 1440
Display port, DVI, HDMI connections
Headphone jack
USB Ports

£160
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Second is a ViewSonic VA2448-LED
24 Inch
1920×1080
DVI and VGA connections

£35

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For Sale – HP Z620 Workstation / Gaming PC 32Gb Ram, 256Gb SSD, Win10Pro, 2Tb HDD, Wifi & Bluetooth 5 Intel Xeon 6 Core CPU – £175

Bargain System

Ideal for use as a workstation, photo/video editing PC or Gaming PC (With Graphics card added by you)

HP Z620
900w 90% Efficient PSU

CPU : Intel Xeon 6 Core 12 Thread E5 2620 v2
RAM : 32Gb
SSD : 240Gb
HDD1 : 1Tb
HDD2 : 1Tb
Optical : DVD Rewriter
Multi Card Reader
Dual Gigabit Ethernet and Multi USB3
AC1300 Wifi and Bluetooth 5

OS Windows 10 Pro (Fully Licenced)

No Graphics card fitted user can fit whatever graphics card suits them, 2 8 Pin Power Ports and 2 Graphics Bays available. Can take multiple cards

BUYER COLLECTS – Not Prepared to Ship as too heavy

Located near M1 J28 North Derbyshire/Notts Between Nottigham / Derby/ Chesterfield

BARGAIN AT £175

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For Sale – Desktop PC – 3770K, 970gtx, 16GB Ram

Selling my old desktop PC now that I’ve finished university and no longer use it all that much.

Specs:

Graphics Card: Galax 970GTX EXOC
Power Supply: Corsair TX550M
Mother Board: Asus P8Z77-M
Case: Fractal Define Mini
Ram: 16GB 1600mhz
Storage: Evo 850 500GB SSD and 500GB Hard Drive
CPU: Intel 3770k
CPU Cooler: Noctua (not sure of the model)

Great system, just not being used any more.

Collection preferred so it can be seen working, I’m in the Cambridge area and can deliver if required.

£300

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For Sale – HP Z620 Workstation / Gaming PC 32Gb Ram, 256Gb SSD, Win10Pro, 2Tb HDD, Wifi & Bluetooth 5 Intel Xeon 6 Core CPU – £175

Bargain System

Ideal for use as a workstation, photo/video editing PC or Gaming PC (With Graphics card added by you)

HP Z620
900w 90% Efficient PSU

CPU : Intel Xeon 6 Core 12 Thread E5 2620 v2
RAM : 32Gb
SSD : 256Gb
HDD1 : 1Tb
HDD2 : 1Tb
Optical : DVD Rewriter
Multi Card Reader
Dual Gigabit Ethernet and Multi USB3
AC1300 Wifi and Bluetooth 5

OS Windows 10 Pro (Fully Licenced)

No Graphics card fitted user can fit whatever graphics card suits them, 2 8 Pin Power Ports and 2 Graphics Bays available. Can take multiple cards

BUYER COLLECTS – Not Prepared to Ship as too heavy

Located near M1 J28 North Derbyshire/Notts Between Nottigham / Derby/ Chesterfield

BARGAIN AT £!75 OVNO

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Sinkholed Magecart domains resurrected for advertising schemes

Sinkholed Magecart domains previously used for payment card skimmers could pose new threats such as ad fraud and malvertising.

RiskIQ, a San Francisco-based threat intelligence vendor, discovered a handful of sinkholed domains formerly used by Magecart cybercriminals have been subtly purchased and re-registered by unknown groups. Instead of using these old Magecart domains for payment card skimming, the threat actors are using them as traffic sources for advertising schemes.

In a blog post, Yonathan Klijnsma, head of threat research at RiskIQ, explained that registrars often put domains up for sale again after they have been taken down due to malicious activity.

“Here’s the catch: when these domains come back online, they retain their call-outs to malicious domains placed on breached websites by attackers, which means they also retain their value to threat actors,” Klijnsma wrote in the blog post.

A “secondary market” has emerged around Magecart domains where other threat actors use the domains, which are still receiving significant traffic after being taken down, to run advertisements. Klijnsma told SearchSecurity it’s common for a formerly malicious domain with an attractive or common name to be purchased by domain name speculators for advertising purposes.

“They buy it up and the main domain gets a parking page and the parking page will have ads,” he said. “And that’s their way of monetizing it in a white hat sort of way.”

But the purchasers of these Magecart domains went a step further, Klijnsma said. The threat actors took advantage of the malicious JavaScript the Magecart cybercriminals previously used to call out to their skimmers, though instead of downloading skimmers the JavaScript now injects ads. In addition, the revised JavaScript contains another remote script that counts traffic to the domains.

Klijnsma said the new threat actors can’t “play the ignorance card”; they wouldn’t use the exact same file path as the Magecart skimmers and then log the traffic to the domains unless they knew what the domains had been used for previously and were aware of how to monetize them, he said.

“They have some knowledge of what’s going on, which is curious and illegitimate in our eyes,” Klijnsma said.

Potential threats on old domains

Klijnsma said he found the secondary market for Magecart domains accidentally. He discovered RiskIQ’s platform had flagged a handful of the old domains by crawling the pages, but it hadn’t flagged any skimmer activity, which prompted him to take a closer look at one of the domains that had been sinkholed — cdnanalytics.net.

“I noticed the injection of ads in the page, which is definitely not a skimmer,” he said. “After that, looking at the actual domain, I noticed it was re-registered.”

The re-registering of the domain was done in a “very subtle way” where the new threat actors used the same registrar as the Magecart cybercriminals; the only change in the WhoIs data for the domain was the name server. Klijnsma said it’s unclear why the new owners used the same registrars for all of the Magecart domains but he said he believes it was “purposeful.”

Klijnsma also said he noticed the advertising script contained another domain — cleverjump.org — and an analysis of host pairs between the cleverjump.org script revealed “several hundred domains” for 2019 alone, including several old Magecart domains.

“If you look at those other domains, you’ll find a lot of attractive, nicely-made domain names,” he said. “I think they just keep buying this stuff up to deliver ads and get whatever traffic they can get.”

Klijnsma said the Magecart domains present a legal and ethical gray area. While the new threat actors are using malicious Magecart code and monetizing illegitimate traffic for ad fraud, there are currently no signs of malvertising or other direct threats to users on the sites. The ads being served on the domains are thus far legitimate and are being served from several ad networks, which RiskIQ declined to name.

While RiskIQ flagged the Magecart domains, the company won’t blacklist them again unless it detects skimmers, malware or other malicious activity on them. However, Klijnsma urged caution in his blog post.

“While ads themselves aren’t malicious, they are exploiting the vulnerabilities in websites while the site owners don’t benefit,” he wrote. “Moreover, in the future, threat actors may also engage in other schemes and threat activity far more malicious than advertising.”

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For Sale – Zotac Mini GTX 1050ti 4gb, Viewsonic 23″ monitor

Brilliant little graphics card for sale. Perfect working order, 18 months old, runs silently for the most part, only been used for light gaming (occasional Fortnite, Fallout 4 etc) and web browsing. Very powere efficient; runs off the PCIe slot – no extra connection required. Will be sent well packaged in the box of the card I bought to replace it.

£65 inc

Also:

Viewsonic 23″ monitor VX2363 in good working order, in original box with power cable.

£40 plus delivery

Price and currency: 65
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or cash on collection
Location: Newcastle
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Dell Optiplex 7010 (i5-3570, 8GB Ram, GT710 2GB, 120GB SSD, 2TB HDD)

Specification is as follows:

– Intel Core i5-3570 @ 3.40GHz
– 8GB Ram

Nvidia GT710 2GB Graphics Card
– 120GB SSD (Boot Drive)
– 2TB Seagate HDD
– Windows 10

Have been using as a Plex server and it absolutely breezes along. Would potentially be a great budget gaming machine

I feel £150 is a great price for this, any questions please feel free to ask

Price and currency: 150
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Preston
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – GeForce GTX 1080 – Inno3D X3 iChill

I am selling my GeForce GTX 1080 – Inno3D X3 iChill graphics card. It is in perfect working order but has been replaced by a new card.

Here’s a link to the release review:

Inno3D GeForce GTX 1080 iChiLL X3

As you will see, it was one of the better aftermarket performers of it’s day. Still handles most games at high 1440p and will breeze through 1080p.

It will be supplied in the original box. Let me know if you have any questions.

Price and currency: £250
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal, Bank Transfer or cash on collection
Location: Chatham, Kent
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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