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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Lots of stuff X35 g-sync macbook pro 2603v4 xeon Imac surface laptop 2666MHZ 16GB 2333Mhz ECC memory

Hello,

I am a hoarder, and I still have alot of stuff stored in my parents house they need rid of (can’t blame them). I’m not a trader just a hoarder and I need some stuff gone. Offers welcome on the memory 2x16GB 2666Mhz and 2x16GB 2133p ECC server/workstation memory.

Imac Retina 27″ late 2014
I5
16GB
512GB SSD
Very nice machine with a 5K screen, still looks like new

Macbook pro
Mid 2014
I7 4770HQ
16GB
256GB SSD
Still looks like new

Surface Laptop
I5
8GB
256GB SSD
In warranty until March 2019

HP Omen X35 G-sync display
Still sealed, purchased 2 but only got around to using 1, this one for sale is still sealed (100mhz 4MS response).

Intel Xeon 2603V4
Has a HPE Proliant case but can be removed if not using in a HPE server

I can delivery items near the Sheffield Area (will be happy to post the memory or processor).
Link to images.
Imgur

Price and currency: £900 macbook / £720 surface laptop / 2603v4 xeon £160 / Omen X35 £660 / Imac Retina £1000 /
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash on delivery pref
Location: sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Congress wants CVE program changes from DHS and MITRE

The House Energy and Commerce Committee completed its investigation of the Common Vulnerabilities and Exposures program this week and requested “significant changes to the very foundation of the CVE program.”

The investigation began in March of 2017 following media reports on extensive issues with the CVE tracking system, including long backlogs for assigning vulnerability scores. In letters to both the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and MITRE Corporation — the two entities that manage the CVE program — members of the E&C Committee noted that changes have already been made to the CVE program, but said these changes didn’t address root issues with the program.

“The historical practices for managing the CVE program are clearly insufficient. Barring significant improvements, they will likely lead again to challenges that have direct, negative impacts on stakeholders across society,” Committee members wrote in the letters. “The Committee understands and appreciates that DHS and MITRE have already undertaken reforms to try and address the issues that prompted the Committee’s initial request. However, many of these reforms target symptoms that stem from what the Committee considers to be underlying root-causes — the contract-based nature of the program and the lack of oversight — which have yet to be addressed.”

During its investigation into the CVE program, the E&C Committee found red flags right from the start.

“Given the importance of the CVE program as critical cyberinfrastructure, the Committee expected to receive substantially more documentation in response to its request than was produced,” the Committee wrote in the letter to DHS. “[T]he Committee was surprised by the dearth of produced analyses, timelines, and other oversight materials documenting the year-over-year health of the program. The Committee finds the lack of documentation produced by DHS and MITRE to be revealing in and of itself.” 

The Committee members said the contract-based nature of the CVE program led to inconsistent funding, short-term planning and thousands of vulnerabilities per year that didn’t receive CVE numbers. The Committee suggested this be changed to make funding a PPA (Program, Project, or Activity) line item in the DHS budget in the hopes of forcing DHS and MITRE to take the program more seriously.

“The documentation produced to the Committee suggests that neither DHS nor MITRE fully recognize CVE’s status as critical cyberinfrastructure. Instead, both organizations continued to manage and fund the program through a series of contract which themselves were unstable,” the committee wrote. “This approach was perhaps to be expected given that neither organization, according to produced documentation, performed the lever of oversight needed to ensure the program continued to fulfill its purpose and meet stakeholder needs.”

The Committee also requested DHS and MITRE perform biennial reviews of the CVE program “to ensure its effectiveness and stability.”

“Since the CVE program’s inception, the nature of cybersecurity threats it is meant to address has drastically evolved. So, too, have stakeholders’ needs. Yet the scope and mission of the CVE program have not undergone similar transformation,” the Committee wrote. “By conducting regular reviews of the program, officials would be able to develop short, medium and long-term goals and then evaluate their progress at achieving those goals.”

However, even these changes to so-called “root-causes” of the CVE program’s issues weren’t enough for all experts. K. Reid Wightman, vulnerability analyst at Dragos Inc., said on Twitter the recommendations showed “the wildly inaccurate CVSS scores that accompany most CVEs was out of scope,” but added he would be “glad if some progress is made on assignments at least.”

DHS and MITRE have until Sept. 4 to respond to the recommendations made by the E&C Committee.

Tech giants support FHIR standard. Will that make a difference?

During a White House meeting about the new Blue Button 2.0 API for Medicare, six major technology players signed a joint statement pledging to work toward healthcare interoperability with a particular focus on the cloud and artificial intelligence.

The companies — Amazon, Microsoft, Google, IBM, Oracle and Salesforce — promised to support the goal of  “frictionless” interoperability using established industry standards, including the HL7 FHIR standard API. They offered a vision of a robust ongoing dialogue that would include every healthcare entity from payers to patients and application developers, according to a statement released by the Information Technology Industry Council.

Pushing the FHIR standard forward

The statement comes at a time when patient demand for easy access to healthcare data has never been greater. Large hospitals have responded with nascent efforts to improve data exchange based on the FHIR standard API, but there is widespread acknowledgement that healthcare lags far behind other industries when it comes to tech innovation and particularly interoperability. The idea of what could effectively be a consortium of mainstream technology companies working on this tricky problem and promoting the FHIR standard was received warmly by some this week and with a healthy dose of skepticism by others.

The fact that the statement called out cloud usage specifically, is telling, because, for reasons ranging from security to cost, a significant portion of healthcare organizations continue to avoid the cloud. A 2017 report from KLAS Research found 31% of hospitals either won’t expand their cloud efforts or won’t move to the cloud. “The cloud really is a double-edged sword,” said Kathy Downing, vice president of information governance,  informatics, standards, privacy and security at the American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA), in an interview. While the cloud might offer a more secure environment than some smaller health organizations could achieve, Downing isn’t convinced the cloud itself is pivotal to interoperability. “I don’t know that the cloud really has a dog in this interoperability hunt,” she said. “You want to think through the safeguards and do all the assessments. That’s more important than whether you’re using a server or the cloud.”

I’m not sure how any of these entities will solve the issue of semantic interoperability.
John Moorefounder and managing partner of Chilmark Research

It’s a positive sign for the healthcare industry that it’s attracted the attention of these major players, said Coray Tate, vice president of clinical research at KLAS, in an email. But the market has to be there for this to work. “We’re at the base of the mountain and early steps are the easiest,” he said. “It remains to be seen if the market will provide a business case that will sustain the long climb.”

And the business case may not be there because this group of tech companies isn’t in most hospitals in any significant way today, said John Moore, founder and managing partner of Chilmark Research, in an email. “As big and influential as these companies are their collective presence in healthcare is quite disparate and at the end of the day it is what a clinician is using in their workflow that matters,” he explained. “These companies are simply not there. I’m not sure how any of these entities will solve the issue of semantic interoperability.” To further complicate matters, most hospitals don’t want to share patient data with competitors, he said. “They have instead opted to let patients themselves take direct responsibility.”

Tech support potentially a good thing

Attention from tech giants, however, should be seen as a good thing as long as everyone is thoughtful about how to proceed, said Stan Huff, M.D., chief medical informatics officer at Intermountain Healthcare and co-chair of the Health Level 7(HL7) Clinical Information Modeling Initiative, which developed the FHIR standard API. “This is significant because it creates faith in HL7 FHIR and will encourage investment in FHIR development,” he said. “The thing I would want to encourage is that this group work with existing organizations like HL7, ONC, HSPC and CIIC to ensure they all implement the FHIR standard the same way so we get to true semantic interoperability at some point.”

The joint statement offered few details on future plans but stressed the need to get everyone involved, including the open source community. “I think we will need to wait a few weeks to hear specific projects to know what additional impact they will have,” Huff said.

Register Now for the Fifth Annual ID@Xbox Pre-PAX Open House – Xbox Wire

For the fifth year in a row, ID@Xbox is hosting a Pre-PAX Open House on the Microsoft campus. Register here (the event is free) to start your PAX party a day early!

This event has become a favorite tradition for our team. We love inviting everyone to spend time on our home turf and enjoy some of the most exciting new ID@Xbox games. We hope you’ll join us on August 30 (the Thursday before PAX) from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. to play games, meet the wonderful developers who made ‘em, and maybe even win a prize in our raffle!

Not only will you have the chance to check out more than 50 games releasing on Xbox One via the ID@Xbox program, you can also plan for the following:

  • Meet and chat with other teams at Microsoft.
  • Say hello to the Xbox Ambassadors and spin their prize wheel to win some swag!
  • Head to the Mixer area to try out the latest MixPlay experiences and get a glimpse at the future of interactive gaming.
  • Chat with the Microsoft User Research team to share your personal feedback and help them make better products for you and everyone.

But what about the games?

The following eight games haven’t previously been announced for Xbox One. We’re thrilled to reveal for the first time that they’re coming to Xbox One through the ID@Xbox program and you can try them out at this event:

  • Bot Rods (Holy Cow Productions)
  • La-Mulana2 (Active Gaming Media)
  • Museum of Simulation Technology (Pillow Castle)
  • Orphan (2Dimensions)
  • Revenant Dogma (KEMCO)
  • Super Retro Maker (Digital Dominion)
  • Thunder Rally (Typical Entertainment)
  • Where the Bees Make Honey (Whitethorn Digital)

In addition to those, we’ve pulled together a great variety of ID@Xbox titles for fans to try out:

  • Aftercharge (Chainsawesome Games)
  • Ashen (Annapurna Interactive)
  • Bad North (Raw Fury)
  • Below (Capybara)
  • Bendy and the Ink Machine (Rooster Teeth Games)
  • Black Desert (Pearl Abyss)
  • Children of Morta (11 bit studios)
  • Dead Cells (Motion Twin)
  • Deathgarden (Behaviour)
  • Desert Child (Akupara Games)
  • Epitasis (Epitasis Games)
  • Eternity: The Last Unicorn (1C Publishing)
  • Exception (Traxmaster Software)
  • FAR: Lone Sails (Mixtvision)
  • For the King (Curve Digital)
  • Generation Zero (Avalanche Studios)
  • Keep Talking and Nobody Explodes (Steel Crate Games)
  • Kingdom Two Crowns (Raw Fury)
  • Mark of the Ninja: Remastered (Klei)
  • Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden (Funcom)
  • My Time at Portia (Team17)
  • Nippon Marathon (PQube)
  • Outer Wilds (Annapurna Interactive)
  • Projection : First Light (Blowfish Studios)
  • RAZED (PQube)
  • RemiLore (Nicalis)
  • Revenant Dogma (KEMCO)
  • Rival Megagun (Degica)
  • SINNER: Sacrifice for Redemption (Another Indie)
  • Starbound (Chucklefish)
  • Strange Brigade (Rebellion)
  • Super Meat Boy Forever (Team Meat)
  • Supermarket Shriek (Billy Goat Entertainment)
  • Superweights (Pompaduo)
  • Swimsanity (Decoy Games)
  • The Blackout Club (Question)
  • The Jackbox Party Pack 5 (Jackbox Games)
  • The Occupation (Humble Bundle)
  • The Videokid (Chorus Worldwide Games Limites)
  • Tunic (Finji)
  • Vigor (Bohemia Interactive)
  • Wargroove (Chucklefish)
  • Yuppie Psycho (Another Indie)

And as if that weren’t enough, you’ll also get a chance to play Ori and the Will of the Wisps and Forza Horizon 4, from Microsoft Studios, and The MISSING: J.J. Macfield and the Island of Memories, from Arc System Works.

Open to Everyone

Not only is this a free event, you don’t even need a PAX ticket! Though if you’re under 18, please come with a parent or guardian.

ID@Xbox Pre-PAX Open House

Microsoft Conference Center

16070 NE 36th Way, Bldg 33 – McKinley

Redmond, WA 98052

If you’re driving in, there’s free parking available. There will also be buses taking attendees directly to and from the event from the Washington State Convention Center. These buses pick up at the motor coach and shuttle bus loading area every 15-30 minutes beginning at 4:30 p.m., running every 15-30 minutes through 9:00 p.m.

We hope to see you there! Don’t forget to RSVP!

The next wave of computing is the intelligent edge and intelligent cloud – The Official Microsoft Blog

YouTube Video

Take a look around your house, office or even the next store you visit, and you’ll start to notice that internet-connected devices are bringing us closer than ever before to a world of ubiquitous computing and ambient intelligence. As these Internet of Things (IoT) devices become increasingly commonplace, people will start to expect computing to be more integrated into their lives, to anticipate, understand and seamlessly meet their needs. They will expect software to respond to spoken natural language, gestures, body language and emotion, and for it to understand the physical world and the rich context surrounding each user as they navigate their personal life, their work and the world around them.

This trend has more promise than just bringing additional convenience, productivity and connections to our everyday lives. Smart sensors and devices are breathing new life into industrial equipment from factories to farms, helping us navigate and plan for more sustainable urban cities and bringing the power of the cloud to some of the world’s most remote destinations. With the power of artificial intelligence (AI) enabling these devices to intelligently respond to the world they are sensing, we will see new breakthroughs in critical areas that benefit humanity like healthcare, conservation, sustainability, accessibility, disaster recovery and more.

We call this next wave of computing the intelligent edge and intelligent cloud. When we take the power of the cloud down to the device – the edge – we provide the ability to respond, reason and act in real time and in areas with limited or no connectivity. As Satya shared at our Build developer conference, it’s still early days, but we’re starting to see how these new capabilities can be applied towards solving critical world challenges:

  • Increasing the world’s food supply: The world will need 70 percent more food according to the U.N., to feed a global population of 9.6 billion in 2050. Farmers like Sean Stratman in Carnation, Washington, are using the intelligent edge to do precision agriculture with real-time intelligence on soil, even in remote areas with unreliable connectivity. Using Microsoft’s FarmBeatssolution, which combines intelligence trained in the cloud to run on a drone, Sean created a heatmap of his land that served as a guide for him to plant the crops that will best perform in specific locations.
  • Ecological research and conservation: The intelligent edge creates opportunities to collect more accurate data in our research of natural disasters and threatened habitats. Smart sensors can collect data and act on events as they happen, providing researchers greater fidelity in their models and enabling them to take specific actions and make predictions that could improve conservation efforts. Disney Animal Kingdom is leveraging the intelligent edge to study the purple martin bird. They worked with Microsoft to develop hundreds of tiny “smart houses” in Disney’s Animal Kingdom to learn more about the species and help inspire a new generation of conservationists in the parks. The scientists have unprecedented insight now into the nesting behavior of the purple martins.
  • Reducing waste and improving safety in energy: The world depends on natural resources to produce energy for the world.  Because these resources are limited, it is also critical that energy companies leverage technology to increase efficiency. Schneider Electric is using the intelligent edge in oil fields to monitor and configure pump settings and operations remotely, only sending personnel onsite when necessary for repair or maintenance when, for example, intelligent pump monitoring indicates that something will go wrong. This contributes to overall worker safety and improved resource management.

We need to give all organizations and developers the tools to build these kinds of increasingly ambitious solutions that span the intelligent edge and intelligent cloud.  Moreover, these tools must give developers strong security foundations and help them to place security at the very core of their solutions. Devices on the edge handle some of our most sensitive business and personal data in our homes, workplaces, and sometimes in physically remote places.

To protect data wherever it lives, security needs to be baked in from the silicon to the cloud. This has been one of the central design principles of Microsoft’s intelligent edge products and services. Azure Sphere is our intelligent edge solution to power and protect connected microcontroller unit (MCU)-powered devices. There are 9 billion of these MCU-powered devices shipping every year, which power everything from household stoves and refrigerators to industrial equipment. With more processing power than traditional MCUs and a holistic security approach, we believe Azure Sphere will make our increasingly connected world safer. In addition, Azure IoT Edge enables you to run cloud intelligence directly on IoT devices and includes security from device provisioning and management to hardware and cloud services that run on top of the devices. Azure Stack, just one of our many tools to power hybrid scenarios, offers customers the flexibility to securely deploy in the cloud, on-premises or at the intelligent edge.

In the past three months, we introduced Azure Sphere at RSA; announced a powerful application developer experience with Visual Studio for Azure Sphere to accelerate innovation at the outer edge, as well as new IoT edge capabilities and partnerships at Build; and shipped Azure IoT Edge general availability last month. This is all part of our commitment to intelligent edge innovation and our broader $5 billion investment in IoT to empower our customers and partners. We have more exciting updates around the corner and look forward to seeing what our customers and partners build.

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For Sale – Laptop DRR4 RAM, water cooling and router

Getting rid of a bit of clutter in the house, bit of upgrading/ downgrading

8GB Single Stick SODIMM RAM DDR4 2400mhz – £45

2x2GB SODIMM RAM DDR3 – £5

Linksys WRTAC1900ACS has been reverted to stock firmware as i had it on DD WRT for VPN use (i do recommend a custom firmware for this as this is what it was built for) – £70

1x EK SUPREMACY EVO CPU BLOCK copper block with AM4 Ryzen mounting bracket £30 – NOW £20

1x EK-XTOP SPC-60 PWM – PLEXI (INCL. PUMP) (PWM controlled clear so that you can see your liquid. This has the mounting grommets on it but i can’t find the screws. It only needs 4 will update the thread if i find them or some that might fit) £30 – NOW £20

2x Monsoon FREE CENTER HARDLINE Fittings 3/8 X 1/2 (13MM) 6 PACK – MATTE BLACK a six pack will comes with the clear glue to attach the lock collar to the tubing
I have 2 6 packs of these, and three more separate ones. One is unused and still has the lock collar. Each 6 pack comes with a tightening wrench these will require lock collars as the ones that come with them have been used and they are not reusable. These are not expensive only £4 for a 6 pack.
Total 15 regular fittings £30 for all 15 – NOW £15

1x Barrow Cylinder T-Virus Black POM Cap Red Spiral Suspension Reservoir 205mm £15 lower price due to scratch NOW £8 (This has a UV light inside also this does have scratch across where the mounting bracket sits, luckily this cant be seen once the bracket is mounted)

MMRS PREMIUM G 1/4 PLUG – MATTE BLACK (this will be free with reservoir)

6 x Silverstone Fan Grills packaged and unopened (bought for a desk PC build but i didn’t get permission from the boss so it was scrapped ) £25 for all – NOW £10

Corsair DDR4 2x8GB 3200mhz RAM in RED – SOLD TO acave
Its this one Corsair 16GB DDR4 Red Vengeance LPX 3200MHz Memory Kit for Skylake
If using Ryzen you can definitely get this RAM running at 2933 mhz minimum, Intel you just run the XMP profile for 3200 mhz or it can overclock 3466 mhz on some boards. I had this on 3200 mhz on Skylake and 2933 mhz on Ryzen 1st gen.

2x G2 SLIM RADIATOR 16 FPI – 240MM (copper radiator) SOLD TO JACKs4B
Radiators have removable dust filters and also removable rubber to absorb the vibration from the fans (i had an 1700 over clocked to 4.0GHz and and overclocked 1080ti both in the loop with these, SP120s set at 900RPM kept them both cool whilst silent.

3 matte black monsoon 90 degree fittings SOLD TO Viberious

4x Corsair CO-9050006-WW Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition 120mm Low Noise High Pressure Fan (These are the PWM versions) 1 DUAL PACK SOLD TO vetch1
1 DUAL PACK SOLD TO Boniek

PETG TUBING 13/10MM (ID 3/8 OD 1/2 90CM) – CLEAR (i have one full 90cm and 65cm none these have been used

2.5 inch hard drives:
1TB Toshiba MQ01ABD100 (this is a 9mm drive so should fit into a PS4 and most laptops) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108
500GB TOSHIBA MQ01ABF050 (this is a 7mm drive so should fit in everything) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108

Drives have been wiped and health status is on post 23 all in working order
For Sale – Hard drives, x370 mobo, water cooling and fans

Everything is in brand new condition apart from the radiator and reservoir. All come with boxes. Water cooling kit has been cleaned out with distilled water, however it has been sat in a box for months, so make sure you flush out any dust on the inside as i have just cleaned the outside before boxing them up again. Will be some more bits and bobs as i’m still clearing out and hopefully i can find some invoices.

Update i have found the invoices for the pump, water block, fittings and radiator. All purchased from Overlockers around May 2017. Reservoir was purchased from ebay, so i would expect any warranty with this, but then again it’s just a tank.

I’m in Sheffield if anyone would like to collect.
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For Sale – Laptop DRR4 RAM, water cooling and router

Getting rid of a bit of clutter in the house, bit of upgrading/ downgrading

8GB Single Stick SODIMM RAM DDR4 2400mhz – £60

2x2GB SODIMM RAM DDR3 – £5

Linksys WRTAC1900ACS has been reverted to stock firmware as i had it on DD WRT for VPN use (i do recommend a custom firmware for this as this is what it was built for) – £70

1x EK SUPREMACY EVO CPU BLOCK copper block with AM4 Ryzen mounting bracket £30 – NOW £20

1x EK-XTOP SPC-60 PWM – PLEXI (INCL. PUMP) (PWM controlled clear so that you can see your liquid. This has the mounting grommets on it but i can’t find the screws. It only needs 4 will update the thread if i find them or some that might fit) £30 – NOW £20

2x Monsoon FREE CENTER HARDLINE Fittings 3/8 X 1/2 (13MM) 6 PACK – MATTE BLACK a six pack will comes with the clear glue to attach the lock collar to the tubing
I have 2 6 packs of these, and three more separate ones. One is unused and still has the lock collar. Each 6 pack comes with a tightening wrench these will require lock collars as the ones that come with them have been used and they are not reusable. These are not expensive only £4 for a 6 pack.
Total 15 regular fittings £30 for all 15 – NOW £15

1x Barrow Cylinder T-Virus Black POM Cap Red Spiral Suspension Reservoir 205mm £15 lower price due to scratch NOW £8 (This has a UV light inside also this does have scratch across where the mounting bracket sits, luckily this cant be seen once the bracket is mounted)

MMRS PREMIUM G 1/4 PLUG – MATTE BLACK (this will be free with reservoir)

6 x Silverstone Fan Grills packaged and unopened (bought for a desk PC build but i didn’t get permission from the boss so it was scrapped ) £25 for all – NOW £10

Corsair DDR4 2x8GB 3200mhz RAM in RED – SOLD TO acave
Its this one Corsair 16GB DDR4 Red Vengeance LPX 3200MHz Memory Kit for Skylake
If using Ryzen you can definitely get this RAM running at 2933 mhz minimum, Intel you just run the XMP profile for 3200 mhz or it can overclock 3466 mhz on some boards. I had this on 3200 mhz on Skylake and 2933 mhz on Ryzen 1st gen.

2x G2 SLIM RADIATOR 16 FPI – 240MM (copper radiator) SOLD TO JACKs4B
Radiators have removable dust filters and also removable rubber to absorb the vibration from the fans (i had an 1700 over clocked to 4.0GHz and and overclocked 1080ti both in the loop with these, SP120s set at 900RPM kept them both cool whilst silent.

3 matte black monsoon 90 degree fittings SOLD TO Viberious

4x Corsair CO-9050006-WW Air Series SP120 Quiet Edition 120mm Low Noise High Pressure Fan (These are the PWM versions) 1 DUAL PACK SOLD TO vetch1
1 DUAL PACK SOLD TO Boniek

PETG TUBING 13/10MM (ID 3/8 OD 1/2 90CM) – CLEAR (i have one full 90cm and 65cm none these have been used

2.5 inch hard drives:
1TB Toshiba MQ01ABD100 (this is a 9mm drive so should fit into a PS4 and most laptops) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108
500GB TOSHIBA MQ01ABF050 (this is a 7mm drive so should fit in everything) – SOLD TO dirtyHarry108

Drives have been wiped and health status is on post 23 all in working order
For Sale – Hard drives, x370 mobo, water cooling and fans

Everything is in brand new condition apart from the radiator and reservoir. All come with boxes. Water cooling kit has been cleaned out with distilled water, however it has been sat in a box for months, so make sure you flush out any dust on the inside as i have just cleaned the outside before boxing them up again. Will be some more bits and bobs as i’m still clearing out and hopefully i can find some invoices.

Update i have found the invoices for the pump, water block, fittings and radiator. All purchased from Overlockers around May 2017. Reservoir was purchased from ebay, so i would expect any warranty with this, but then again it’s just a tank.

I’m in Sheffield if anyone would like to collect.
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