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For Sale – Razer Blade Stealth 13 – Iris Plus, i7-1065G7, 256GB, 16GB, Full HD, White

Brand new boxed and sealed 2020 model

OS – Windows 10 Home
Processor – 25W Quad-Core 10th Gen Intel® Core™ i7-1065G7 Processor
Graphics – Intel® Iris™ Plus Graphics
Display – 13.3″ FHD Matte w/ 4.9mm slim side bezel
Storage – 256GB
Memory – 16GB dual-channel (fixed)
Battery – Up to 10 hours (53.1Wh)
Keyboard – Single-zone RGB powered by Razer Chroma™
Finish – Anodized mercury white finish, tone on tone Razer logo
Dimensions – 0.60″ x 11.99″ x 8.27″ / 15.3mm x 304.6mm x 210mm

£1,100 incl Next Day Delivery UK

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Glasgow
Price and currency
£1100
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For Sale – Microsoft Surface Book 2 13.5″ (Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256 GB) GTX 1050

  • Processor: 8th Gen Intel Core i7-8650U (quad-core) with up to 4.20 GHz Max Turbo
  • Memory: 8GB RAM 1866Mhz LPDDR3
  • Storage: 256GB Solid State Drive. Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 discrete GPU w/2GB GDDR5 graphics memory
  • Display: 13.5-inch PixelSense Display, 10-Point Multi-Touch G5 (3000×2000) 267 PPI
  • Operating System: Windows 10 Pro 64-Bit

Minor marks see pics please, comes with UAG SB case as well

Boxed with charger

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For Sale – ASRock Z97, 4690k & 16gb DDR3 2400mhz

It would work together yes and I have an unused stock Intel cooler. I would need £155 + postage for that bundle, with the ssd.

I would rather keep the bundles as they are though. The Z97, k-processor and ram are better suited together. You can’t overclock and take advantage of the 4690k on a h81 so the Xeon would better in the h81 and the DDR3 is far too fast to waste at standard 1600 speeds in the h81.

The 4690k is 3.5ghz boost to 3.9ghz, 4 cores 4 threads
The Xeon is 3.5ghz boost to 3.8ghz, 4 cores, 8 threads so very little difference single core and much faster multi core with 8 threads and more cache

I can do the Xeon with the h81 board & ssd for £110 delivered and you could buy ram from here – undefined – CeX (UK): – Buy, Sell, Donate. I think I have a Geforce 8800 I can throw in for free with it too. Need to have a hoke in my box of bits.

That would have you set up for under £145

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For Sale – HP 800 G1 USDT Intel Core i3-4360 3.7GHz 12GB DDR3 240GB SSD Windows 10 Pro

I am selling an HP EliteDesk 800 G1 USDT desktop PC with Intel Core i3-4360 3.7GHz cpu, Intel HD4600 graphics, 12GB 1600MHz DDR3, 240GB SSD and Windows 10 Pro installed. Sold in excellent working order. Comes with original HP 19.5V 135W power adapter and UK plug.

I have replaced both the CPU and rear case fans with high quality Noctua NF-A6x25 PWM fans for silent running. There is also a Broadcom dual band AC1200 + BT 4.0 wireless card with two antennas.

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London NW3
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For Sale – Intel Nuc, cpu’s, SODIMM ram

Hi all

time to have a clean up of some bits

first up is an Intel NUC7I7BNH, all firmwares fully updated and HDMI 2.0 working from HDMI and USB-C, comes with 16 gig of ram and 256gig SSD drive $410 Delivered now £350 + postage of your choice, work great with the HDR kodi build

CPU’s all chip only except 9100f

one Intel i3 9100F used for about 2 months retail boxed £75 delivered now £65 + postage of your choice

1 x intel I5-9500 £100 delivered (sold chunksinspace)

Intel i5-8500T(35w) good for a low power HTPC £90 now £75 + postage of your choice (sold elsewhere)

and 4 x of Samsung 8GB DDR4 PC4-21300, 2666MHZ, 260 PIN SODIMM £30 each now £25 each

many thanks for looking

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For Sale – Intel Nuc, cpu’s, SODIMM ram

Hi all

time to have a clean up of some bits

first up is an Intel NUC7I7BNH, all firmwares fully updated and HDMI 2.0 working from HDMI and USB-C, comes with 16 gig of ram and 256gig SSD drive $410 Delivered now £350 + postage of your choice, work great with the HDR kodi build

CPU’s all chip only except 9100f

one Intel i3 9100F used for about 2 months retail boxed £75 delivered now £65 + postage of your choice

1 x intel I5-9500 £100 delivered

Intel i5-8500T(35w) good for a low power HTPC £90 now £75 + postage of your choice

and 4 x of Samsung 8GB DDR4 PC4-21300, 2666MHZ, 260 PIN SODIMM £30 each now £25 each

many thanks for looking

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Intel CSME flaw deemed ‘unfixable’ by Positive Technologies

An underlying flaw in Intel chipsets, which was originally disclosed in May of 2019, was recently discovered by Positive Technologies to be far worse than previously reported.

Researchers from the vulnerability management vendor discovered a bug in the read-only memory of the Intel Converged Security and Management Engine (CSME) could allow threat actors to compromise platform encryption keys and steal sensitive information. The Intel CSME vulnerability, known as CVE-2019-0090, is present in both the hardware and the firmware of the boot ROM and affects all chips other than Intel’s 10th-generation “Ice Point” processors.

“We started researching the Intel CSME IOMMU [input-output memory management unit] in 2018,” Mark Ermolov, lead specialist of OS and hardware security at Positive Technologies, said via email. “We’ve been interested in that topic especially because we’ve known that Intel CSME shares its static operative memory with the host (main CPU) on some platforms. Studying the IOMMU mechanisms, we were very surprised that two main mechanisms of CSME and IOMMU are turned off by default. Next, we started researching Intel CSME boot ROM’s firmware to ascertain when CSME turns on the IOMMU mechanists and we found that there is a very big bug: the IOMMU is activated too late after x86 paging structures were created and initialized, a problem we found in October.”

The bug, which Positive calls “unfixable,” can be found in most Intel chipsets released in the last five years, according to Positive Technologies. 

“Intel CSME is responsible for initial authentication of Intel-based systems by loading and verifying all other firmware for modern problems,” Ermolov said. “It is the cryptographic basis for hardware security technologies developed by Intel and used everywhere, such as DRM, fTPM [firmware Trusted Platform Module] and Intel Identity protection. The main concern is that, because this vulnerability allows a compromise at the hardware level, it destroys the chain of trust for the platform as a whole.”

Although Intel has issued patches and mitigations that complicate the attack, Positive Technologies said fully patching the flaw is impossible because firmware updates can’t fully address all of the vectors.

“In the CVE-2019-0090 patch, Intel blocked ISH [Integrated Sensors Hub], so now it can’t issue DMA transactions to CSME. But we’re convinced there are other exploitation vectors and they will be found soon. To exploit a system that has not patched for CVE-2019-0090, an attacker doesn’t need to be very sophisticated,” Ermolov said.

In addition, Positive Technologies said extracting the chipset key is impossible to detect.

“The chipset key being leaked can’t be detected by CSME or by the main OS,” Ermolov said. “You’re already in danger, but you don’t know it. The attack (by DMA) also doesn’t leave any footprint. When an attacker uses the key to compromise the machine’s identity, this might be detected by you and you only, but only after it’s happened when it is too late.”

Once they’ve breached the system, threat actors can exploit this vulnerability in several ways, according to Positive Technologies.

“With the chipset key, attackers can pass off an attacker computer as the victims’ computer. They can gain remote certification into companies to access digital content usually under license (such as videos or films from companies like Netflix),” the company said via email. “They can steal temporary passwords to embezzle money. They can pose as a legitimate point-of-sale payment terminal to charge funds to their own accounts. Abusing this vulnerability, criminals can even spy on companies for industrial espionage or steal sensitive data from customers.”

Positive Technologies recommended disabling Intel CSME-based encryption or completely replacing CPUs with the latest generation of Intel chips.

This is the second vulnerability disclosed regarding Intel chips since January, when computer science researchers discovered a speculative execution attack that leaks data from an assortment of Intel processors released before the fourth quarter of 2018.

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