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For Sale – Lenovo AIO Y910 all-in-one gaming PC – 144hz monitor

Hello,

For sale, an as-new Lenovo AIO Y910, with GTX1070. Full specs:

  • Intel Core i5-6400 Processor ( 2.70GHz 2133MHz 6MB )
  • Operating SystemWindows 10 Home 64
  • Display Type27″QHD 2560 x 1440
  • Memory16.0GB PC4-17000 DDR4 2133MHz (2 x 8.0GB)
  • Hard Drive128GB SSD PCIe+2TB 7200 rpm
  • Optical DriveDVD-RW
  • WarrantyOne year Depot or Carry-in
  • GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5

I bought this on an impulse back in September, when Lenovo had a sale on them, and I just haven’t found the time to play with it. I was away for the better part of October, and I’m going to be away for several months next year, and I just can’t justify keeping it sat in my spare room. It’s had very little use, the monitor has been covered (no scratches and little dust) the whole time I’ve had it, and still has the plastic on the bezel. The peripherals (keyboard etc) it came with are still in their original seals.

A word of warning – these AIOs get pretty hot. In the tests I did with it, it sat at about 80c during benchmarking, or upper 70s when I removed the back panel (which is perfectly safe to do). This was during the hot spell we were having in September. Might be better now, but do keep that in mind. It seems to be par for the course with these AIOs. If you’re not sure, do a bit of reading on them before you commit, so you’re aware of the trade-offs vs a well-built desktop pc.

Otherwise, it’s a pretty special machine. Fabulous 27″, 1440p, 144hz monitor. Everything can be upgraded, though it’s so tightly packed I wouldn’t fancy trying to take out the graphics card myself. Though you could in theory upgrade it to a 1080 if you wanted to. I know someone who bought one and has done just that.

I’m looking for £960 collected. RRP is £2000 and going rate on ebay seems to be £1200-1500. I paid £960 from the Lenovo store and will provide the receipts etc in case there is a warranty (I’ll need to check)

I’d rather not take any offers – I’ve been umming and ahhing over whether to keep it these past two months, and will just do that if I can’t sell at asking.

I can’t do delivery. It’ll be carefully packed in the original packaging for collection, but I wouldn’t trust it with a courier. Collection only in person. I’m in Barnet, North London.

Any questions please ask.

Price and currency: 960
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on collection
Location: Barnet, N. London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – 2 Geforce GTX 980 with bridge

I take full responsibility for this, my son has 2 EVGA Geforce GTX 980 with sli bridge, light use over the past 18 months, he has just upgraded.

Looking for £500 for the whole lot posted mainland UK

Price and currency: 500
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT PPG
Location: East Sussex
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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On-premises pricing pushes Atlanta to Oracle ERP Cloud

The city of Atlanta is moving to Oracle’s full cloud for human resources, procurement and finance. To help win the deal, the city released eyebrow-raising cost estimates that show the city has little choice but to move to Oracle’s ERP/HCM Cloud platform.

Atlanta is a longtime Oracle user. Its last big ERP upgrade was around 2007. This time, it was planning on a hybrid cloud adoption, keeping some systems on premises and others in Oracle ERP Cloud. The city didn’t believe all of the Oracle ERP Cloud offerings were on par with the on-premises systems, hence the hybrid approach. This view changed as the planning progressed.

For Oracle, getting customers to migrate to its cloud platform is a top priority. But the financial incentives behind these deals are rarely disclosed, at least until Atlanta offered a glimpse at some of the cost estimates.

The Atlanta City Council finance committee was shown a series of slides that sketched out the financial case for a full cloud approach. Officials were told that the 10-year total cost of ownership difference between Oracle’s E-Business Suite (EBS)/HCM Cloud and Oracle’s full ERP/HCM Cloud was $26 million. That’s how much more the city would spend over a 10-year period if it went with a hybrid approach.

Oracle’s licensing terms between the two platforms were starkly different. Under the hybrid approach, the annual licensing would see a “4% increase per year for EBS/HCM Cloud hybrid (until year 10) vs. 0% increase until year 5” for the ERP Cloud. That full ERP Cloud saw a one-time 3% increase in year six over the 10-year agreement.

Analysts and consultants who have seen the slides say there’s not enough information to tell, exactly, how these estimates were calculated. However, the differences in licensing costs between hybrid, on-premises and full cloud ERP delivers a clear message.

“I assumed that this was Oracle’s way of financially motivating the decision they wanted,” said Marc Tanowitz, a managing director at Pace Harmon, a management consultancy that advises firms making similar decisions.

The Atlanta mayor’s office declined to make an official available for an interview or to answer written questions. A spokeswoman said the city would not comment. In addition, Oracle said it couldn’t discuss a specific customer agreement.

At the start of this project, Oracle’s HCM Cloud was described by Atlanta officials as mature and ready for full cloud deployment. The city initially concluded that there were functionality gaps in the finance system, and it intended to keep Oracle’s R12 financials on premises. That changed.

“Over the last six to eight months, Oracle has released new functionality to where we feel like those gaps will be addressed,” said John Gaffney, the city’s deputy chief financial officer, according to a video — discussion at the Oct. 25 meeting begins at about 2:17 in the video — of a recent city council finance meeting. That meant recommending a full cloud option.

Atlanta City Council members at the meeting didn’t probe the licensing difference. Gaffney, in presenting the savings, told them that “you’ve got lower costs that are primarily driven by your subscription cost being lower. You also don’t have to pay any hosting fees.”

Tanowitz said there were some things about Atlanta’s Oracle ERP Cloud project that were clear; the apparent 10-year agreement with Atlanta, for instance. Vendors have generally been seeking longer terms.

“That piece of it didn’t surprise us,” he said.

The first-year implementation cost for hybrid and full Oracle ERP Cloud were roughly equal, at about $19 million. That figure also wasn’t surprising to Tanowitz because there is a cost to migration. But Tanowitz said he struggles to understand why the on-premises deployment is escalating in cost faster than the full Oracle ERP Cloud deployment.

“If you think about the cloud cost, what are you paying for in a cloud subscription? You’re paying for some intellectual property and you’re paying for some hosting,” said Tanowitz. “That’s what’s under that number, if you peel it apart.”

“Why would an environment that I’m hosting on my own — presumably with the EBS deal — be going up at this rate?” he asked.

There has been a long-standing debate in IT about whether on premises is less costly than full cloud approaches. Frank Scavo, president of Computer Economics, a research firm, said the decision on these approaches can go either way.

“If the data center is underutilized, adding another application may not add much cost,” he said. “But if I need to build a new data center or add significant capacity, it will be much more costly. There is no right answer.”

For Sale – Lenovo AIO Y910 all-in-one gaming PC – 144hz monitor

Hello,

For sale, an as-new Lenovo AIO Y910, with GTX1070. Full specs:

  • Intel Core i5-6400 Processor ( 2.70GHz 2133MHz 6MB )
  • Operating SystemWindows 10 Home 64
  • Display Type27″QHD 2560 x 1440
  • Memory16.0GB PC4-17000 DDR4 2133MHz (2 x 8.0GB)
  • Hard Drive128GB SSD PCIe+2TB 7200 rpm
  • Optical DriveDVD-RW
  • WarrantyOne year Depot or Carry-in
  • GraphicsNVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5

I bought this on an impulse back in September, when Lenovo had a sale on them, and I just haven’t found the time to play with it. I was away for the better part of October, and I’m going to be away for several months next year, and I just can’t justify keeping it sat in my spare room. It’s had very little use, the monitor has been covered (no scratches and little dust) the whole time I’ve had it, and still has the plastic on the bezel. The peripherals (keyboard etc) it came with are still in their original seals.

A word of warning – these AIOs get pretty hot. In the tests I did with it, it sat at about 80c during benchmarking, or upper 70s when I removed the back panel (which is perfectly safe to do). This was during the hot spell we were having in September. Might be better now, but do keep that in mind. It seems to be par for the course with these AIOs. If you’re not sure, do a bit of reading on them before you commit, so you’re aware of the trade-offs vs a well-built desktop pc.

Otherwise, it’s a pretty special machine. Fabulous 27″, 1440p, 144hz monitor. Everything can be upgraded, though it’s so tightly packed I wouldn’t fancy trying to take out the graphics card myself. Though you could in theory upgrade it to a 1080 if you wanted to. I know someone who bought one and has done just that.

I’m looking for £960 collected. RRP is £2000 and going rate on ebay seems to be £1200-1500. I paid £960 from the Lenovo store and will provide the receipts etc in case there is a warranty (I’ll need to check)

I’d rather not take any offers – I’ve been umming and ahhing over whether to keep it these past two months, and will just do that if I can’t sell at asking.

I can’t do delivery. It’ll be carefully packed in the original packaging for collection, but I wouldn’t trust it with a courier. Collection only in person. I’m in Barnet, North London.

Any questions please ask.

Price and currency: 960
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on collection
Location: Barnet, N. London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

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2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD — Sold

Looking for £55 Inc

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EVGA GTX 950 —Sold

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

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Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

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2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD — Sold

Looking for £55 Inc

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EVGA GTX 950 —Sold

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

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Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

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2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD — Sold

Looking for £55 Inc

——————————————————————————————————–

EVGA GTX 950 —Sold

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

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Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

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2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD — Sold

Looking for £55 Inc

——————————————————————————————————–

EVGA GTX 950 —Sold

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

——————————————————————————————————

Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
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 – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

——————————————————————————————————–

2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD — Sold

Looking for £55 Inc

——————————————————————————————————–

EVGA GTX 950 —Sold

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

——————————————————————————————————

Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
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 – Netgear ReadyNas 102 (2X2 TB) + 240GB SSD + EVGA GTX 950 + 8GB Corsair Vengance LP DDR3 1600 (2*4GB)

For sale I have a netgear ReadyNas 102, its in excellent condition and full working order, although it is unboxed.

Includes 2*2 TB Seagate NAS Drives.

Drives still have around 9 months warranty on them with seagate

A great little unit, but I have outgrown it, any questions please ask

£175

——————————————————————————————————–

2 Available (1 Sold )Kingston 240GB SUV400S37 SSD

Looking for £55 Inc

——————————————————————————————————–

EVGA GTX 950

PN 02G-P4-2951-KR

Looking for £65 Inc Please

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8GB Corsair Vengance 2*4GB DDR3 1600Mhz £55 inc

Model is

CM3B4G1C1600L9L-001

Price and currency:£Various
Delivery:
Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method:BT
Location:
BURNHAM-ON-SEA
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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