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For Sale – 5820k, X99 Mobo, Phanteks Evolv, watercooling parts (pump, res, etc)

All items are boxed unless stated otherwise.

Pics from when I first listed the items, hence dates. Can retake if required/requested.

Depending on the value the items will be sent via DPD, RMSD or by 1st Class Signed For..

Intel Core i7 5820K s2011 v3 – £140 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Retail boxed. Note, this does not come with a heatsink and does not have an iGPU (in case buyers weren’t aware of the differences between Haswell-E and regular Haswell chips). I overclocked it for a few hours when I first set up my loop in 2015 but has been run at stock ever since.

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AsRock Fatal1ty X99M Killer/3.1 Micro ATX Motherboard – £110 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with accessories.
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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Black Micro ATX Case – £50 collected

Purchased September 2015. This is the original Evolv (not the recent model). Boxed with toolbox, pump mount, PWM hub, etc. I believe most of the original parts are included in the accessory kit. Not sure if all of the original screws are in the toolbox but the attached picture provides a good indication of what is included. The original 140mm and 200mm fans were reinstalled in the case. There are some scratches on the top (see pics) and some marks/faint scratches on the window – though this didn’t appear as clearly in the pics and are more pronounced and whitish in colour.

MSI GeForce GT 710 Passive Silent Graphics Card 2GB – £25 delivered
Purchased March 2017. Was used briefly whilst my 980ti went for RMA.

************ Watercooling Parts ************

Please note, all watercooling parts have been flushed with deionised water but it is recommended the buyer flush/clean these to ensure they are 100% clean and ready for your loop. I used clear Mayhems XT fluid for the loop but there has been a greyish tint to it when cleaning. I am sure more remains. I have had 0 leaks during the time the loop was installed (2015-2018) and the loop was dismantled in Feb 2018.

AlphaCool NexXxoS ST30 240mm Radiator – £20 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws. See pictures for marks/colouring/dust.
240mm Rad 1.jpg

AlphaCool NexXxoS ST30 280mm Radiator – £30 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws. See pictures for marks/colouring/dust.
280mm Rad 2.jpg

EKWB 841013 RES X3 150 Reservoir – £20 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws/fittings.
Some marks on the tube but nothing major.
EK 150 Res.jpg

EK 43031 XTOP Revo D5 PWM Pump – £50 delivered
Purchased November 2015. For total transparency I had experienced some faint whine (not really audible when the side panels were closed) from the pump when I had mounted it on the back of my case using Velcro and cable ties, this went away after a while. I’m not sure if it was the pump or my method of attaching it to the case that did this.
D5 Pump.jpg

EK-XRES 100 REVO D5 – ACETAL Pump Top + Res – £30 delivered
Purchased April 2017. This is a 100ml reservoir and pump top combo for the D5 pump. Some water marks remain inside the tube from where the water levels were in my loop.
EK Res 100.jpg

EKWB 830543 FC Titan X Acetal GPU Waterblock – £40 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws.
This is a Titan X waterblock but fit the reference 980ti perfectly.
Please note, one of the screws on the heatsink side came off (see pic, green circle, to see which one) when I removed it from the GPU. It does not appear to have weakened/loosened the block as there is a screw on the other side connecting the block. I don’t know if this will affect the seating. The copper side also has some blemishes as seen in the pics.
WK Titan X WB 1.jpg

EK 800171 Supr EVO Full Nickel CPU Block – £40 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Used for the 5820k. Boxed.
EK CPU block 2.jpg

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Fittings taken from my loop. Threads look OK. Pictures are posted further down.

1x Bitspower Deluxe Dual G1/4″ Fitting, White
Used as part of a drain port.
£3 delivered

3x EK-AF Angled 90° Fitting G1/4 Nickel
£16 delivered for all 3.

9x EK-ACF Fitting 10/13mm Soft Tube Compression Fitting G1/4, Brass – Nickel Plated
£26 delivered for all 9.

1x Phobya 2-way ball valve G1 / 4 – knurled
Used as drain port.
£7 delivered delivered.

2x Alphacool HF 13/10 compression fitting 45° revolvable G1/4 – Chrome
£14 delivered for both.

1x EK DuraClear 3M Clear Water Cooling Tubing 9.5mm/12.7mm
There is about 2m left.
£8 delivered

Price and currency: various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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GCP Marketplace beats AWS, Azure to Kubernetes app store

Google Cloud Platform has made the first foray into a new frontier of Kubernetes ease of use with a cloud app store that includes apps preconfigured to run smoothly on the notoriously persnickety container orchestration platform.

As Kubernetes becomes the de facto container orchestration standard for enterprise DevOps shops, helping customers tame the notoriously complex management of the platform has become de rigueur for software vendors and public cloud service providers. Google stepped further into that territory with GCP Marketplace, a Kubernetes app store with application packages that can automatically be deployed onto container clusters with one click and then billed through Google Cloud Platform as a service.

A search of the AWS Marketplace for “Kubernetes” turned up Kubernetes infrastructure packages by Rancher, Bitnami and CoreOS, but not prepackaged apps from vendors such as Nginx and Elastic ready to be deployed on Kubernetes clusters, which is what GCP Marketplace offers. Another search of the Azure Marketplace returned similar results.

Just because Google is first to market with this Kubernetes app store doesn’t mean that what the company has done is magic.

“These marketplaces are based on Kubernetes template technologies such as Helm charts, so they’re widely available to everyone,” said Gary Chen, an analyst at IDC in Framingham, Mass. “I’m sure if [AWS and Azure] don’t have it, they are already working on something like this.”

Google executives said Helm charts factored into some of the app packages it created with partners, but in some cases it created GCP Marketplace offerings by way of its work with independent software vendors.

“Our approach gives vendors flexibility to use Helm or other packaging mechanisms, given that there isn’t a clear standard today,” the company said through a spokesperson.

GCP Marketplace Kubernetes apps
A screenshot of Kubernetes apps in the revamped GCP Marketplace.

Initially, GCP Marketplace apps offer click-to-deploy support onto Kubernetes clusters that run in Google Kubernetes Engine, and GKE does telemetry monitoring and logging on those apps in addition to offering billing support.

But there’s nothing that precludes these packages to eventually run on premises or even in other public cloud providers’ infrastructures, said Jennifer Lin, product director for Google Cloud.

“It’s always within the realm of possibility, but not something we’re announcing today,” she said.

There is precedent for GCP products with third-party cloud management capabilities — the Google Stackdriver cloud monitoring tool, for example, can be used with AWS and Azure resources.

Initial app partners include the usual suspects among open source cloud-native infrastructure and middleware projects such as GitLab, Couchbase, CloudBees, Cassandra, InfluxDB, Elasticsearch, Prometheus, Nginx, RabbitMQ and Apache Spark. Commonly used web apps such as WordPress and a container security utility from Aqua Security Software will also be available in the initial release of GCP Marketplace.

Mainstream enterprise customers will look for more traditional apps such as MySQL, SQL Server and Oracle databases, as well as back-office and productivity apps. Lin said Google plans more mainstream app support, but she declined to specify which apps are on the GCP Marketplace roadmap.

For Sale – 5820k, X99 Mobo, Phanteks Evolv, watercooling parts (pump, res, etc)

All items are boxed unless stated otherwise.

Pics from when I first listed the items, hence dates. Can retake if required/requested.

Depending on the value the items will be sent via DPD, RMSD or by 1st Class Signed For..

Intel Core i7 5820K s2011 v3 – £140 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Retail boxed. Note, this does not come with a heatsink and does not have an iGPU (in case buyers weren’t aware of the differences between Haswell-E and regular Haswell chips). I overclocked it for a few hours when I first set up my loop in 2015 but has been run at stock ever since.

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AsRock Fatal1ty X99M Killer/3.1 Micro ATX Motherboard – £110 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with accessories.
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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Black Micro ATX Case – £50 collected

Purchased September 2015. This is the original Evolv (not the recent model). Boxed with toolbox, pump mount, PWM hub, etc. I believe most of the original parts are included in the accessory kit. Not sure if all of the original screws are in the toolbox but the attached picture provides a good indication of what is included. The original 140mm and 200mm fans were reinstalled in the case. There are some scratches on the top (see pics) and some marks/faint scratches on the window – though this didn’t appear as clearly in the pics and are more pronounced and whitish in colour.

MSI GeForce GT 710 Passive Silent Graphics Card 2GB – £25 delivered
Purchased March 2017. Was used briefly whilst my 980ti went for RMA.

************ Watercooling Parts ************

Please note, all watercooling parts have been flushed with deionised water but it is recommended the buyer flush/clean these to ensure they are 100% clean and ready for your loop. I used clear Mayhems XT fluid for the loop but there has been a greyish tint to it when cleaning. I am sure more remains. I have had 0 leaks during the time the loop was installed (2015-2018) and the loop was dismantled in Feb 2018.

AlphaCool NexXxoS ST30 240mm Radiator – £20 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws. See pictures for marks/colouring/dust.
240mm Rad 1.jpg

AlphaCool NexXxoS ST30 280mm Radiator – £30 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws. See pictures for marks/colouring/dust.
280mm Rad 2.jpg

EKWB 841013 RES X3 150 Reservoir – £20 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws/fittings.
Some marks on the tube but nothing major.
EK 150 Res.jpg

EK 43031 XTOP Revo D5 PWM Pump – £50 delivered
Purchased November 2015. For total transparency I had experienced some faint whine (not really audible when the side panels were closed) from the pump when I had mounted it on the back of my case using Velcro and cable ties, this went away after a while. I’m not sure if it was the pump or my method of attaching it to the case that did this.
D5 Pump.jpg

EK-XRES 100 REVO D5 – ACETAL Pump Top + Res – £30 delivered
Purchased April 2017. This is a 100ml reservoir and pump top combo for the D5 pump. Some water marks remain inside the tube from where the water levels were in my loop.
EK Res 100.jpg

EKWB 830543 FC Titan X Acetal GPU Waterblock – £40 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Boxed with screws.
This is a Titan X waterblock but fit the reference 980ti perfectly.
Please note, one of the screws on the heatsink side came off (see pic, green circle, to see which one) when I removed it from the GPU. It does not appear to have weakened/loosened the block as there is a screw on the other side connecting the block. I don’t know if this will affect the seating. The copper side also has some blemishes as seen in the pics.
WK Titan X WB 1.jpg

EK 800171 Supr EVO Full Nickel CPU Block – £40 delivered
Purchased November 2015. Used for the 5820k. Boxed.
EK CPU block 2.jpg

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Fittings taken from my loop. Threads look OK. Pictures are posted further down.

1x Bitspower Deluxe Dual G1/4″ Fitting, White
Used as part of a drain port.
£3 delivered

3x EK-AF Angled 90° Fitting G1/4 Nickel
£16 delivered for all 3.

9x EK-ACF Fitting 10/13mm Soft Tube Compression Fitting G1/4, Brass – Nickel Plated
£26 delivered for all 9.

1x Phobya 2-way ball valve G1 / 4 – knurled
Used as drain port.
£7 delivered delivered.

2x Alphacool HF 13/10 compression fitting 45° revolvable G1/4 – Chrome
£14 delivered for both.

1x EK DuraClear 3M Clear Water Cooling Tubing 9.5mm/12.7mm
There is about 2m left.
£8 delivered

Price and currency: various
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT
Location: London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

Welcome to collect or can be posted out once i obtain a quote. Sensible offers welcome

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Price and currency: 1
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, PayPal
Location: Hornchurch
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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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 – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

Welcome to collect or can be posted out once i obtain a quote. Sensible offers welcome

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Price and currency: 1
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, PayPal
Location: Hornchurch
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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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 – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

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Price and currency: 1
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, PayPal
Location: Hornchurch
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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First-Ever Xbox Gaming Tournament Hosted at 2018 Special Olympic USA Games – Xbox Wire

The Xbox Gaming Tournament at the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games was a first in the world of competitive video gaming. Xbox and Special Olympics partnered to facilitate the pilot video gaming tournament at a Special Olympics event, featuring Forza Motorsport 7 on July 2nd at the USA Games in Seattle, Washington. Players across the nation came together throughout the month of April to compete in prelims for a spot in the final tournament and a chance to win a custom-wrapped Xbox One X prize.

The Xbox Gaming Tournament originated from a hackathon in last year’s Microsoft One Week, where employees spend an entire week to go work on passion projects. Stephen Smith, Karen Woessner Smith, and Thomas Labuzienski all came together to map out what a competitive video gaming tournament at Special Olympics would look like.

The goal of this pilot tournament was to make esports more accessible, reducing the high bar to entry which currently causes competitors to feel intimidated. Xbox and Special Olympics put together a smaller-scale tournament, with high-quality production value, in hopes this model can be leveraged at other venues to empower all gamers that want to compete and bring the joy of esports to more people.

The athletes were competing for a chance to win a 2018 Special Olympics USA Games custom edition Xbox One X, of which there are only TWO in the world!

Unified Teams and Prelims

The competitors played in Unified Teams, a model within Special Olympics where teams consist of an athlete with an intellectual disability and one without. During the prelims, athletes across the country competed on the same tracks, with the same cars and those with the fastest combined times advanced to the finals. After qualifying rounds in four states across the nation, four teams from Utah, three teams from Washington, and one team from Connecticut that qualified for the 2018 USA Games.

The athletes competed in Forza Motorsport 7, a racing video game published by Microsoft Studios; the game was chosen by the team for its multiple accessibility features and existing esports presence. Speaking of esports, members of our very own Forza Racing Championship team showed up in full-force to manage the pilot competitive gaming tournament to professional standards and maintain competitive integrity.

Tournament Semifinals Bracket

To kick off the tournament, we were incredibly fortunate to have the Chairman of Special Olympics, Tim Shriver, speak to his excitement about the tournament being at this year’s USA Games, as well as his intentions to take gaming global to the Special Olympics World Games. His message on evolving our thinking to focus more on everyone’s different abilities really touched home on the message of inclusion of the USA Games.

For the semifinals, all eight teams competed in the same tracks/cars in two separate groups, and were seeded by their preliminary times. There was a diverse array of courses and cars to test the athlete’s capabilities whether it be managing twists and turns, or dealing with different handling capabilities of different cars. Scores were determined by points, which were then tallied up across the three races to determine their final scores. The top two teams from each semifinal bracket proceeded to the final four to compete for the ultimate prize, the custom 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Xbox One X console.

Finals

With four teams remaining, three teams from Utah and one from Washington, it came down to the final seconds in an action-packed, nail-biting finish. The crowd erupted into applause as the leaders of the pack crossed the finish line. Team Dempsey, aka “Team Shake and Bake” from Washington state were announced as the winners of the first-ever gaming tournament. The team, Timothy Dempsey and Nicholas Rasmussen, didn’t know each other before the preliminary tournament in April. They coordinated schedules as time allowed over the last few months, and that practice really showed off as they were able to take home the gold. The friendship and teamwork between the two in this tournament speaks to the success of the Special Olympics Unified Teams program.

Tim and Nicholas were presented with the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games Custom Consoles by Alan Hartman, the head of Turn 10 Studios, creators of the Forza Motorsport franchise. Tim Dempsey summed it up best with his response to the question “how do you feel” that he was “speechless” – to see this first of its kind video gaming tournament finish up with such excitement and a full house of spectators speaks to the future of inclusion and the future of competitive gaming.

The winning team, Nicholas Rasmussen and Tim Dempsey of Team Dempsey AKA “Team Shake and Bake” with Beth Knox, President and CEO of the 2018 Special Olympics USA Games. 

The Next Day…

The following morning, the athletes and other members of the Gaming Special Olympics team were invited to tour the Microsoft Studios where they were given a tour of both 343 Industries and Turn10 Studios. Alan Hartman personally gave the athletes a tour of the gaming studio and even brought out a couple McLarens for the athletes to take photos with!

So, What’s Next?

Partnering with Special Olympics to bring the Xbox Gaming Tournament to life was an incredible experience, and we’re thankful for everyone’s hard work and dedication. The tournament was packed to the brim with spectators, and we’re thrilled by the excitement surrounding competitive gaming tournaments. We hope to take the lessons we’ve gained from this pilot tournament and apply them to future opportunities to empower more gamers to compete.

For Sale – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

Welcome to collect or can be posted out once i obtain a quote. Sensible offers welcome

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Price and currency: 1
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, PayPal
Location: Hornchurch
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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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 – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

Welcome to collect or can be posted out once i obtain a quote. Sensible offers welcome

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Price and currency: 1
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash, PayPal
Location: Hornchurch
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.

For Sale – CLEAROUT: Synology NAS, Hazro 27″ 1440P Monitor, Chuwi Surbook (Surface pro copy).

Evening all, Doing a yearly clearout of IT Tech that i need to get rid of so first point of call would be on here.

Synologys 212j NAS drive – £50
Currently Diskless as the drives are in use but has been running flawlessly since new. Handy little NAS drive to backup key files.

Hazro HZ27WB Graphics Monitor – £90
Brilliant monitor used in my old IT job, advertised as a 10 bit panel with hefty specs, review and more information can be found here
https://www.trustedreviews.com/reviews/hazro-hz27wc

Chuwi Surbook 128GB SSD – £225
Purchased last year. Intel Apollo Lake CPU, 6GB RAM with 128GB SSD with the surface pro form factor its a very capable little workbook. Bought for the mother in law but now moved on to a Ipad Pro. Backlit keyboard and Stylus pen also included.
Full review here Chuwi SurBook | TechRadar

Welcome to collect or can be posted out once i obtain a quote. Sensible offers welcome

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Price and currency: 1
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Location: Hornchurch
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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