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For Sale – Huge clearout – PCs, laptops, components, RAM/GPUs

It’s time for a serious clearout! I haven’t had enough time to go through each individual set of parts yet, if there’s interest I’ll clean and test each one before sale.

I’ve been using work laptops and been too busy with work to bother much with my hardware below! I’m in the process of deciding what I want to keep and what to sell, it will take me a little while to clear off data in some instances. I do still need 2 PCs in the future but I’m taking this opportunity as a hard reset in my lineup.

This list will be updated as and when I get time / locate items.

Laptops
Lenovo E570 i3-6006u, 4gb DDR4 (I have more RAM below if needed). 500gb HDD, DVD writer, 15.6” screen. £200
Lenovo Yoga 12 i7 / 8gb / 250gb ssd £300
IBM T41 (specs TBC)

PCs
Dell XPS 8700, i7 4770, 12gb, GTX 645. £420
Dell Studio 540s SFF PC (ideal as HTPC), C2Q Q8300, 4gb, discrete half-height GPU (can’t remember which but will confirm) £100
HP Media Centre PC M7000 (includes the removable HDD in the bay at the front!) £100
Mesh Q6600 Elite, C2Q Q6600, 4gb (I think), no GPU £80
Thermaltake build – C2Q Q6600, 7600GS, RAM TBC £80

GPUs
2x Gigabyte 7970 GHz edition – boxed – barely seen any use in the past 4 years as I’ve been using a work laptop. £80ea
Palit GTX 780 £80
Palit GTX 980ti £200

SSDs
240gb Kingston KC300 £30
500gb Crucial MX500 £50
1.92tb Sandisk Ultra 900 USBC external drive brand new boxed £600

HDDs
3tb Seagate £35
Assorted 500gb-4tb 3.5” drives (5+ drives in total)
Assorted 60-500gb 2.5” drives (10+ drives in total)

Optical drives
5.25” DVD writers
Laptop DVD writers (I’ve amassed about 25 of these, please post if needed)

RAM
1x8gb DDR4 SODIMM £25
1x16gb DDR4 SODIMM £55
4x4gb Corsair Dominator 2133mhz DDR3 £100
4x8gb Patriot DDR3 £125
Assorted DDR1/DDR2 (including ECC) e.g. 4x512mb DDR2 ECC £10

Cases
NZXT Phantom £30 (boxed, some yellowing with age but it’s easy to get this back to white)

Components
Corsair AX850 PSU with black cable set £75
Corsair red cable set for AX650/AX750/AX850 £50
Corsair AX1200 PSU with cables £150
Sabertooth X79 mobo (found the manual and driver disc but no box) £80
Rampage IV Extreme X79 mobo (boxed with OC-key and manuals) £200

Corsair H100i £60
Corsair H100 £50
I7 3960x £170
I7 3930k £60

Misc
Trendnet Powerline AV500 adapter x2 boxed, £20
Netgear EX6120 Wifi AC1200 extender £30
Plantronics Calisto P610M USB speakerphone (Skype, Zoom etc.) – brand new boxed, 2 available, £60 each.

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For Sale – Huge clearout – PCs, laptops, components, RAM/GPUs

It’s time for a serious clearout! I haven’t had enough time to go through each individual set of parts yet, if there’s interest I’ll clean and test each one before sale.

I’ve been using work laptops and been too busy with work to bother much with my hardware below! I’m in the process of deciding what I want to keep and what to sell, it will take me a little while to clear off data in some instances. I do still need 2 PCs in the future but I’m taking this opportunity as a hard reset in my lineup.

This list will be updated as and when I get time / locate items.

Laptops
Lenovo E570 i3-6006u, 4gb DDR4 (I have more RAM below if needed). 500gb HDD, DVD writer, 15.6” screen. £200
Lenovo Yoga 12 i7 / 8gb / 250gb ssd £300
IBM T41 (specs TBC)

PCs
Dell XPS 8700, i7 4770, 12gb, GTX 645. £420
Dell Studio 540s SFF PC (ideal as HTPC), C2Q Q8300, 4gb, discrete half-height GPU (can’t remember which but will confirm) £100
HP Media Centre PC M7000 (includes the removable HDD in the bay at the front!) £100
Mesh Q6600 Elite, C2Q Q6600, 4gb (I think), no GPU £80
Thermaltake build – C2Q Q6600, 7600GS, RAM TBC £80

GPUs
2x Gigabyte 7970 GHz edition – boxed – barely seen any use in the past 4 years as I’ve been using a work laptop. £80ea
Palit GTX 780 £80
Palit GTX 980ti £200

SSDs
240gb Kingston KC300 £30
500gb Crucial MX500 £50
1.92tb Sandisk Ultra 900 USBC external drive brand new boxed £600

HDDs
3tb Seagate £35
Assorted 500gb-4tb 3.5” drives (5+ drives in total)
Assorted 60-500gb 2.5” drives (10+ drives in total)

Optical drives
5.25” DVD writers
Laptop DVD writers (I’ve amassed about 25 of these, please post if needed)

RAM
1x8gb DDR4 SODIMM £25
1x16gb DDR4 SODIMM £55
4x4gb Corsair Dominator 2133mhz DDR3 £100
4x8gb Patriot DDR3 £125
Assorted DDR1/DDR2 (including ECC) e.g. 4x512mb DDR2 ECC £10

Cases
NZXT Phantom £30 (boxed, some yellowing with age but it’s easy to get this back to white)

Components
Corsair AX850 PSU with black cable set £75
Corsair red cable set for AX650/AX750/AX850 £50
Corsair AX1200 PSU with cables £150
Sabertooth X79 mobo (found the manual and driver disc but no box) £80
Rampage IV Extreme X79 mobo (boxed with OC-key and manuals) £200

Corsair H100i £60
Corsair H100 £50
I7 3960x £170
I7 3930k £60

Misc
Trendnet Powerline AV500 adapter x2 boxed, £20
Netgear EX6120 Wifi AC1200 extender £30
Plantronics Calisto P610M USB speakerphone (Skype, Zoom etc.) – brand new boxed, 2 available, £60 each.

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For Sale – Huge clearout – PCs, laptops, components, RAM/GPUs

It’s time for a serious clearout! I haven’t had enough time to go through each individual set of parts yet, if there’s interest I’ll clean and test each one before sale.

I’ve been using work laptops and been too busy with work to bother much with my hardware below! I’m in the process of deciding what I want to keep and what to sell, it will take me a little while to clear off data in some instances. I do still need 2 PCs in the future but I’m taking this opportunity as a hard reset in my lineup.

This list will be updated as and when I get time / locate items.

Laptops
Lenovo E570 i3-6006u, 4gb DDR4 (I have more RAM below if needed). 500gb HDD, DVD writer, 15.6” screen. £200
Lenovo Yoga 12 i7 / 8gb / 250gb ssd £300
IBM T41 (specs TBC)

PCs
Dell XPS 8700, i7 4770, 12gb, GTX 645. £420
Dell Studio 540s SFF PC (ideal as HTPC), C2Q Q8300, 4gb, discrete half-height GPU (can’t remember which but will confirm) £100
HP Media Centre PC M7000 (includes the removable HDD in the bay at the front!) £100
Mesh Q6600 Elite, C2Q Q6600, 4gb (I think), no GPU £80
Thermaltake build – C2Q Q6600, 7600GS, RAM TBC £80

GPUs
2x Gigabyte 7970 GHz edition – boxed – barely seen any use in the past 4 years as I’ve been using a work laptop. £80ea
Palit GTX 780 £80
Palit GTX 980ti £200

SSDs
240gb Kingston KC300 £30
500gb Crucial MX500 £50
1.92tb Sandisk Ultra 900 USBC external drive brand new boxed £600

HDDs
3tb Seagate £35
Assorted 500gb-4tb 3.5” drives (5+ drives in total)
Assorted 60-500gb 2.5” drives (10+ drives in total)

Optical drives
5.25” DVD writers
Laptop DVD writers (I’ve amassed about 25 of these, please post if needed)

RAM
1x8gb DDR4 SODIMM £25
1x16gb DDR4 SODIMM £55
4x4gb Corsair Dominator 2133mhz DDR3 £100
4x8gb Patriot DDR3 £125
Assorted DDR1/DDR2 (including ECC) e.g. 4x512mb DDR2 ECC £10

Cases
NZXT Phantom £30 (boxed, some yellowing with age but it’s easy to get this back to white)

Components
Corsair AX850 PSU with black cable set £75
Corsair red cable set for AX650/AX750/AX850 £50
Corsair AX1200 PSU with cables £150
Sabertooth X79 mobo (found the manual and driver disc but no box) £80
Rampage IV Extreme X79 mobo (boxed with OC-key and manuals) £200

Corsair H100i £60
Corsair H100 £50
I7 3960x £170
I7 3930k £60

Misc
Trendnet Powerline AV500 adapter x2 boxed, £20
Netgear EX6120 Wifi AC1200 extender £30
Plantronics Calisto P610M USB speakerphone (Skype, Zoom etc.) – brand new boxed, 2 available, £60 each.

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For Sale – Huge clearout – PCs, laptops, components, RAM/GPUs

It’s time for a serious clearout! I haven’t had enough time to go through each individual set of parts yet, if there’s interest I’ll clean and test each one before sale.

I’ve been using work laptops and been too busy with work to bother much with my hardware below! I’m in the process of deciding what I want to keep and what to sell, it will take me a little while to clear off data in some instances. I do still need 2 PCs in the future but I’m taking this opportunity as a hard reset in my lineup.

This list will be updated as and when I get time / locate items.

Laptops
Lenovo E570 i3-6006u, 4gb DDR4 (I have more RAM below if needed). 500gb HDD, DVD writer, 15.6” screen. £200
Lenovo Yoga 12 i7 / 8gb / 250gb ssd £300
IBM T41 (specs TBC)

PCs
Dell XPS 8700, i7 4770, 12gb, GTX 645. £420
Dell Studio 540s SFF PC (ideal as HTPC), C2Q Q8300, 4gb, discrete half-height GPU (can’t remember which but will confirm) £100
HP Media Centre PC M7000 (includes the removable HDD in the bay at the front!) £100
Mesh Q6600 Elite, C2Q Q6600, 4gb (I think), no GPU £80
Thermaltake build – C2Q Q6600, 7600GS, RAM TBC £80

GPUs
2x Gigabyte 7970 GHz edition – boxed – barely seen any use in the past 4 years as I’ve been using a work laptop. £80ea
Palit GTX 780 £80
Palit GTX 980ti £200

SSDs
240gb Kingston KC300 £30
500gb Crucial MX500 £50
1.92tb Sandisk Ultra 900 USBC external drive brand new boxed £600

HDDs
3tb Seagate £35
Assorted 500gb-4tb 3.5” drives (5+ drives in total)
Assorted 60-500gb 2.5” drives (10+ drives in total)

Optical drives
5.25” DVD writers
Laptop DVD writers (I’ve amassed about 25 of these, please post if needed)

RAM
1x8gb DDR4 SODIMM £25
1x16gb DDR4 SODIMM £55
4x4gb Corsair Dominator 2133mhz DDR3 £100
4x8gb Patriot DDR3 £125
Assorted DDR1/DDR2 (including ECC) e.g. 4x512mb DDR2 ECC £10

Cases
NZXT Phantom £30 (boxed, some yellowing with age but it’s easy to get this back to white)

Components
Corsair AX850 PSU with black cable set £75
Corsair red cable set for AX650/AX750/AX850 £50
Corsair AX1200 PSU with cables £150
Sabertooth X79 mobo (found the manual and driver disc but no box) £80
Rampage IV Extreme X79 mobo (boxed with OC-key and manuals) £200

Corsair H100i £60
Corsair H100 £50
I7 3960x £170
I7 3930k £60

Misc
Trendnet Powerline AV500 adapter x2 boxed, £20
Netgear EX6120 Wifi AC1200 extender £30
Plantronics Calisto P610M USB speakerphone (Skype, Zoom etc.) – brand new boxed, 2 available, £60 each.

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For Sale – ***Poss Part Ex*** HP Pavilion Gaming Laptop GTX 1660Ti + Core i7

That’s fair enough bud, I’m not local to you anyways and it would cost me a bit in fuel.
It’s a good spec laptop but without any warranty it’s a £700 punt and I could buy a decent desktop with new components for that money. I’ll leave my offer on the table for now in case you have a change of mind.
Regards

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For Sale – Ryzen 3700X, NVidia RTX 2070 Super, ADATA 1TB NVME, EVGA 750W PSU, Noctua Cooler, Noctua Case Fans, Meshify C Case, Samsung SSD

Built a gaming PC in September, but I’m just not using it enough to justify keeping it, so I’m selling all the parts from it. Everything apart from the Samsung SSD was only bought 4 months ago, and the PC itself wasn’t built until the middle of September, so the parts have only been used for effectively 3 months and are in excellent condition, wasn’t even any dust on most of the internals

. I will include PDFs or screenshots of all order invoices for all goods (again, aside from the Samsung SSD), for warranty purposes. As far as I’m aware, nothing has less than 7-8 months warranty, more in many cases, which will be detailed for each specific item.

Delivery – SD=Special Delivery, SF=Signed For, PF=Parcelforce, DPD =…DPD

Parts for sale

£258 (+£7 SD) – AMD Ryzen 3700X – CPU only, no Cooler. Comes in the original AMD Plastic holder and AMD Box (I can include the original Air Cooler box as well, but it will have to be flat-packed), also comes with remainder of 3-year Warranty.

£35 (+£5 SF1st) – 2x Noctua NF-A14 PWM Chromax 140mm Case Fans – Come in all the original packaging, and remainder of 6-year warranties.

£80 (+£10 DPD) – EVGA 750W G3 80+ Gold Modular PSU – Comes with all the original cables, bags and manual and remainder of 10-year Warranty.

£60 (+£10 DPD) – FractalDesign Meshify C Case with Tempered Glass Side Window (Black) – Comes with all the original screws, hard drive caddy has been re-attached for delivery, but will most likely need to be relocated slightly. The magnets attached to the dust filter on the top of the case were very flimsy and came off, so I re-attached them with gorilla glue and some black tape above to tidy it up. Not quite as aesthetically-appealing as it was originally, but much stronger. Includes 2 Fractal 120mm Case Fans.

Please be sure to ask any questions you may have, I’ve tried to take plenty of photos to include everything, so if there’s anything you can’t see included with a certain item that you expect there to be, ask about it before agreeing to purchase anything.

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** SOLD **

£85 (+£12 PF48hr) – MSI B450 Gaming Pro Carbon AC (Wi-fi model) Motherboard – BIOS has been updated obviously to ensure immediate support for latest Ryzen CPUs. Comes with all the original accessories and manual/sticker/quick-start guide etc. I believe MSI cover motherboards for 3-Year warranty, so you should get the remainder of this. I have not registered it myself. Sold to ciderspace

£55 (+£3 SF1st) – Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz C16 RAM – 2x8GB – Comes in original Corsair packaging. Limited Lifetime warranty. Sold to ciderspace

£30 (+£2 1stClass) – Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD Taken from my i6700HQ laptop, comes unpackaged with 4 screws. SOLD via ebay

£410 (+£25 SD) – Nvidia RTX 2070 Super – Purchased directly from Nvidia, comes with the remainder of a 3-year warranty. Comes with all the original packaging other than plastic wrapper that Card itself was wrapped in. SOLD via ebay

£15 (+£3 2nd/£4 SF2nd) – Club3D 3M DisplayPort 1.4 MBR3 8K Cable – Brand new and unused. SOLD via ebay

£85 (+£7 SD) – ADATA XPG SX8200 PRO 1TB M.2 NVME SSD – SSD and unused heatsink included along with ADATA packaging. Comes with remainder of 5-year Warranty. SOLD via ebay

£63 (+£10 DPD) – Noctua D15S Premium CPU Cooler – Comes with 2x NF-A15 PWM 140mm Chromax/Black Fans (effectively this is a Noctua D15 Cooler setup with two fans rather than one, halfway between the £75 standard D15 with ugly brown fans and the £88 Chromax edition, but Chrome/silver cooler not black). Includes Intel/AMD fittings. Also comes with Noctua NA-SYC1 (2x 4-Pin Y-Cables (£9 originally), each one for connecting two fans to one Fan slot on your motherboard). Come with remainder of 6-year Warranty. May be an extra day’s wait as I may have to source a box to put all these items in together. SOLD via ebay

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For Sale – MacBook Pro 13″ Late 2016 256GB Space Grey (Non Touchbar)

As I’m not using my MacBook enough these days I’ve decided to sell.

MacBook Pro 13″ 2016

Intel i5 2GHz
8GB Ram
Intel Iris Graphics 540 1536MB
256GB Hard Drive

Apple Warranty Until End of November 2019

I’ve also just got it back from Apple as I got the battery replaced under a battery replacement program where they also replaced the top part of the bottom case (keyboard section) if that makes sense. Thats why you can see protective tape around the USB-C ports and the headphone jack.

You can see its been replaced as you can see in the photo the battery cycle is just 1!

I would say this is in excellent condition and the only mark I can see is a ting dent on the underside on the hinge which you can see in the photo circled red to help you see it. Other then that I can’t see a mark on it anywhere.

It comes fully boxed and will also included is a soft sleeve case and a hard case which it lived in.

Price will also include delivery by RMSD which will probably be over £25

Price and currency: £700.00
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: Manchester
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Nvidia Cards (1070’s / 1060 / 1050 ti’s)

Morning all,

I’ve been lucky enough to have some miners on premises with free electricity. Unfortunately, this opportunity is coming to an end in the coming month. My better half won’t allow them in the house
As such I will be starting to sell off my mining rigs.

REMAINING:

For Sale:
1* Inno3D GTX 1060 3GB £125
1* Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti OC Low Profile 4GB £90 (this does not have an IO shield)
1* Palit PCI-E GTX1050TI StormX £100

Postage @ £4 /item. Will combine postage on multiple

These have been run in a thermally controlled environment and have regularly air dusted.

Warranty Update:
MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 AERO Purchased 9/5/18
Asus Turbo NVIDIA GTX1070 Purchased 1/8/17
Asus Turbo NVIDIA GTX1070 Purchased 21/7/17
Inno3D GTX 1060 3GB Was purchased from here. Can’t find original thread thus unsure on warranty
Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti OC Low Profile 4GB Purchased 3/7/17
Palit PCI-E GTX1050TI StormX 4 GB Purchased 8/5/18

Price and currency: 250
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS / Cash / Paypal
LocatioChesterfieldeld
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.

For Sale – Nvidia Cards (1070’s / 1060 / 1050 ti’s)

Morning all,

I’ve been lucky enough to have some miners on premises with free electricity. Unfortunately, this opportunity is coming to an end in the coming month. My better half won’t allow them in the house
As such I will be starting to sell off my mining rigs.

REMAINING:

For Sale:
1* Inno3D GTX 1060 3GB £125
1* Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti OC Low Profile 4GB £90 (this does not have an IO shield)
1* Palit PCI-E GTX1050TI StormX £100

Postage @ £4 /item. Will combine postage on multiple

These have been run in a thermally controlled environment and have regularly air dusted.

Warranty Update:
MSI Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 AERO Purchased 9/5/18
Asus Turbo NVIDIA GTX1070 Purchased 1/8/17
Asus Turbo NVIDIA GTX1070 Purchased 21/7/17
Inno3D GTX 1060 3GB Was purchased from here. Can’t find original thread thus unsure on warranty
Gigabyte GTX 1050 Ti OC Low Profile 4GB Purchased 3/7/17
Palit PCI-E GTX1050TI StormX 4 GB Purchased 8/5/18

Price and currency: 250
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS / Cash / Paypal
LocatioChesterfieldeld
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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By replying to this thread you agree to abide by the trading rules detailed here.
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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.