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For Sale – 4U Silenced Custom Server

Here I have for sale my old lab ESXi host, which after a house move is now surplus to requirements.

The host itself is comprised of the following components:

– X-Case 4u Case
– Supermicro X9SRL-F Motherboard
– E5-2670 Xeon Processor (8 Core @ 2.60Ghz)
– 16GB (2 x 8GB Dimm) 1333Mhz Registered ECC Memory
– Noctua NH-U9DX i4 Xeon Cooler
– Corsair G650M Power Supply

Not latest tech by any stretch of the imagination, but certainly more than enough for the majority of home use cases.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS / PPG
Location: Newbury
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – 4U Silenced Custom Server

Here I have for sale my old lab ESXi host, which after a house move is now surplus to requirements.

The host itself is comprised of the following components:

– X-Case 4u Case
– Supermicro X9SRL-F Motherboard
– E5-2670 Xeon Processor (8 Core @ 2.60Ghz)
– 16GB (2 x 8GB Dimm) 1333Mhz Registered ECC Memory
– Noctua NH-U9DX i4 Xeon Cooler
– Corsair G650M Power Supply

Not latest tech by any stretch of the imagination, but certainly more than enough for the majority of home use cases.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS / PPG
Location: Newbury
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – 4U Silenced Custom Server

Here I have for sale my old lab ESXi host, which after a house move is now surplus to requirements.

The host itself is comprised of the following components:

– X-Case 4u Case
– Supermicro X9SRL-F Motherboard
– E5-2670 Xeon Processor (8 Core @ 2.60Ghz)
– 16GB (2 x 8GB Dimm) 1333Mhz Registered ECC Memory
– Noctua NH-U9DX i4 Xeon Cooler
– Corsair G650M Power Supply

Not latest tech by any stretch of the imagination, but certainly more than enough for the majority of home use cases.

Price and currency: £200
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BACS / PPG
Location: Newbury
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Watercooled i7-4790K build

I’m moving house and need funds for other priorities. I have all my AV gear for sale on here too.

Built with my own hands.

All components were bought from either CCL Computers or Scan.

Asus Z97-P
Intel i7-4790K (delidded running without HS with CPU Delid Die Guard for LGA115X)
G.Skill TridentX 16GB (2x8GB) 2400MHz DDR3 RAM
Sapphire Radeon R9 380 NITRO 4GB
Samsung EVO 850 120GB Solid State Drive
EVGA 750W G2
Core P5 Thermaltake Tempered Glass Open Frame Glass PC Gaming Case
Thermaltake TT Gaming Riser Cable 200mm PCI-E 3.0 X16
EK DuraClear 3M Clear Water Cooling Tubing 9.5mm/15.9mm
EK-Supremacy MX CPU block
EK 140 Revo D5 PWM Pump
EK-RES X3 250 Reservoir
Thermaltake Pacific CL420 Copper Water Cooling Radiator
EK 120mm Vardar F3-120 Fan x 3
EK-XTOP Revo D5 Plexi Pump Top
Gelid Solutions 1-to-4 PWM Fan Splitter

I have boxes for Motherboard, CPU, RAM, GPU, PSU (including all unused cables), Radiator, Pump, Fans, CPU block, Reservoir, SSD. This was a project I built over time so components are varying in age – this was mostly used as a Emby server for my NAS. Completely overspecced for what I used it for but I like quality components and something that looks nice.

All works beautifully. I will need to format the SSD and you will need to install O/S.

Price and currency: 525
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: BT, PPG
Location: Brighouse, West Yorkshire
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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.