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GTX 980Ti and GTX 1070Ti

So for sale 2 GPU’s

Zotac 980Ti amp omega 6GB ( keep in mind it’s a big card so check that you got enough space ).
I think I got original box as well, but need to check in loft.
Card in good condition apart from some small dust.
Price 250. no offers please.

and,

INNO3D Twin X2 GeForce GTX 1070Ti 8GB GDDR5,
3 months old, I bought it brand new from laptop direct on 10.01.18.
Have original box and accessories.
Card in good condition apart from some small dust.
Price 350. no…

GTX 980Ti and GTX 1070Ti

I7 6700k GTX 970

Keep Changing my mind whether I want to sell this or not but here we go again.

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Collection only from Lichfield

Its a PC specialist gaming pc. The clear screen on the side panel of the pc is cracked but it is still in place ok.

I7 6700k
GTX 970
ASUS Z170-P
Corsair CS650 650w psu
16gb DDR4
240 GB SSD
2TB HDD
Windows 10

Price and currency: 595
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: BT or Cash
Location:

I7 6700k GTX 970

For Sale – Macbook Pro 13 Early 2015 – 8gb – 256gb – AppleCare

Due to a lack of use it seems silly to keep this when I have a perfectly good work laptop I can use.

I’m in no rush to sell and given the value involved I’d prefer any buyer to be fully satisfied in advance of any sale so I’m happy to answer any questions to take photos of any thing specific.

Purchased direct from Apple in June 2015, it has the remainder of its 3yr AppleCare plan until end of May 2018.

It will come boxed with all original accessories and is in excellent condition having always been in a hardshell case. There are no marks that I can see, but given the brushed aluminium body it’s reasonable to expect their may be some very small marks somewhere (I’ll check again under better light and take photos). There are no marks on the screen and no dead pixels.

Battery cycle count is on 66 and battery health is reported as normal.

Specs:
Early 2015 MacBook Pro 13 with Retina display and Force Touch track pad.
2.7Ghz Intel Core i5
8GB Ram
256GB SSD
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics

Priced at £750 delivered by fully insured courier.

Price and currency: £750
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Towcester
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Macbook Pro 13 Early 2015 – 8gb – 256gb – AppleCare

Due to a lack of use it seems silly to keep this when I have a perfectly good work laptop I can use.

I’m in no rush to sell and given the value involved I’d prefer any buyer to be fully satisfied in advance of any sale so I’m happy to answer any questions to take photos of any thing specific.

Purchased direct from Apple in June 2015, it has the remainder of its 3yr AppleCare plan until end of May 2018.

It will come boxed with all original accessories and is in excellent condition having always been in a hardshell case. There are no marks that I can see, but given the brushed aluminium body it’s reasonable to expect their may be some very small marks somewhere (I’ll check again under better light and take photos). There are no marks on the screen and no dead pixels.

Battery cycle count is on 66 and battery health is reported as normal.

Specs:
Early 2015 MacBook Pro 13 with Retina display and Force Touch track pad.
2.7Ghz Intel Core i5
8GB Ram
256GB SSD
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics

Priced at £750 delivered by fully insured courier.

Price and currency: £750
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Towcester
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Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Macbook Pro 13 Early 2015 – 8gb – 256gb – AppleCare

Due to a lack of use it seems silly to keep this when I have a perfectly good work laptop I can use.

I’m in no rush to sell and given the value involved I’d prefer any buyer to be fully satisfied in advance of any sale so I’m happy to answer any questions to take photos of any thing specific.

Purchased direct from Apple in June 2015, it has the remainder of its 3yr AppleCare plan until end of May 2018.

It will come boxed with all original accessories and is in excellent condition having always been in a hardshell case. There are no marks that I can see, but given the brushed aluminium body it’s reasonable to expect their may be some very small marks somewhere (I’ll check again under better light and take photos). There are no marks on the screen and no dead pixels.

Battery cycle count is on 66 and battery health is reported as normal.

Specs:
Early 2015 MacBook Pro 13 with Retina display and Force Touch track pad.
2.7Ghz Intel Core i5
8GB Ram
256GB SSD
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics

Priced at £750 delivered by fully insured courier.

Price and currency: £750
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Location: Towcester
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For Sale – Macbook Pro 13 Early 2015 – 8gb – 256gb – AppleCare

Due to a lack of use it seems silly to keep this when I have a perfectly good work laptop I can use.

I’m in no rush to sell and given the value involved I’d prefer any buyer to be fully satisfied in advance of any sale so I’m happy to answer any questions to take photos of any thing specific.

Purchased direct from Apple in June 2015, it has the remainder of its 3yr AppleCare plan until end of May 2018.

It will come boxed with all original accessories and is in excellent condition having always been in a hardshell case. There are no marks that I can see, but given the brushed aluminium body it’s reasonable to expect their may be some very small marks somewhere (I’ll check again under better light and take photos). There are no marks on the screen and no dead pixels.

Battery cycle count is on 66 and battery health is reported as normal.

Specs:
Early 2015 MacBook Pro 13 with Retina display and Force Touch track pad.
2.7Ghz Intel Core i5
8GB Ram
256GB SSD
Intel Iris 6100 Graphics

Priced at £750 delivered by fully insured courier.

Price and currency: £750
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Location: Towcester
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Prevent Exchange Server virtualization deployment woes

are other measures administrators should take to keep the email flowing.

In my work as a consultant, I find many customers get a lot of incorrect information about virtualizing Exchange. These organizations often deploy Exchange on virtual hardware in ways that Microsoft does not support or recommend, which results in major performance issues. This tip will explain the proper way to deploy Exchange Server on virtual hardware and why it’s better to avoid cutting-edge hypervisor features.

When is Exchange Server virtualization the right choice?

The decision to virtualize a new Exchange deployment would be easy if the only concerns were technical. This choice gets difficult when politics enter the equation.

Email is one of the more visible services provided by an IT department. Apart from accounting systems, companies rely on email services more than other information technology. Problems with email availability can affect budgets, jobs — even careers.  

Some organizations spend a sizable portion of the IT department budget on the storage systems that run under the virtual platform. It may be a political necessity to use those expensive resources for high-visibility services such as messaging even when it is less expensive and overall a better technical answer to deploy Exchange on dedicated hardware. While I believe that the best Exchange deployment is almost always done on physical hardware — in accordance with the Preferred Architecture guidelines published by the Exchange engineering team — a customer’s requirements might steer the deployment to virtualized infrastructure.

How do I size my virtual Exchange servers?

Microsoft recommends sizing virtual Exchange servers the same way as physical Exchange servers. My recommendations for this procedure are:

  • Use the Exchange Server Role Requirements Calculator as if the intent was to build physical servers.
  • Take the results, and create virtual servers that are as close as possible to the results from the calculator.
  • Turn off any advanced virtualization features in the hypervisor.

Why should I adjust the hypervisor settings?

Some hypervisor vendors say that the X or Y feature in their product will help the performance or stability of virtualized Exchange. But keep in mind these companies want to sell a product. Some of those add-on offerings are beneficial, some are not. I have seen some of these vaunted features cause terrible problems in Exchange. In my experience, most stable Exchange Server deployments do not require any fancy virtualization features.

What virtualization features does Microsoft support?

Microsoft’s support statement for virtualization of Exchange 2016 is lengthy, but the essence is to make the Exchange VMs as close to physical servers as possible.

Microsoft does not support features that move a VM from one host to another unless the failover event results in cold boot of the Exchange Server. The company does not support features that allow resource sharing among multiple VMs of virtualized Exchange.

Where are the difficulties with Exchange Server virtualization?

The biggest problem with deploying Exchange on virtual servers is it’s often impossible to follow the proper deployment procedures, specifically with the validation of storage IOPS of a new Exchange Server with Jetstress. This tool checks that the storage hardware delivers enough IOPS to Exchange for a smooth experience.

Generally, a virtual host will use shared storage for the VMs it hosts. Running Jetstress on a new Exchange VM on that storage setup will cause an outage for other servers and applications. Due to this shared arrangement, it is difficult to gauge whether the storage equipment for a virtualized Exchange Server will provide sufficient performance.  

While it’s an acceptable practice to run Exchange Server on virtual hardware, I find it often costs more money and performs worse than a physical deployment. That said, there are often circumstances outside of the control of an Exchange administrator that require the use of virtualization.

To avoid trouble, try not to veer too far from Microsoft’s guidelines. The farther you stray from the company’s recommendations, the more likely you are to have problems.

Golden Frog VyprVPN (for Mac)

Using a virtual private network is a great way to keep the bad guys, the three-letter agencies, and even your ISP from snooping on your web traffic. Golden Frog VyprVPN is a particularly competitive VPN service, and it shines on macOS with excellent speed scores and a strong offering of advanced features, as well as a smart tutorial for new users. It’s an excellent VPN for Mac, but it’s edged out by Editors’ Choice winners for macOS VPN: NordVPN, Private Internet Access, and TunnelBear VPN.

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What Is a VPN?

When you connect to the internet, your web traffic may not be as secure as you’d like. Your ISP, the NSA, anyone on the network, and whoever controls the Wi-Fi router you’re connected to can potentially monitor your activities or even redirect you to phishing pages. Consider this the next time you log on to the Wi-Fi network at Starbucks: how do you know Starbucks operates this particular hotspot? This is why you need a VPN.

When you switch on a VPN, it’s a different story. Doing so creates an encrypted tunnel between your computer and a server operated by the VPN company. Your web traffic travels through the tunnel, secure from peeping eyes.

From the VPN server, your traffic heads off to your desired destination. That means anyone watching would see your traffic as emanating not from your computer, whose geographic location can be divined via IP address, but from the VPN server. That’s an additional layer of anonymity.

This may sound like paranoia, but reporting has revealed that the NSA has access to most internet traffic. Also, Congress gave the green light to ISPs to start selling anonymized user data. A VPN defeats, or at least greatly frustrates, these adversaries.

Pricing and Plans

Golden Frog offers VyprVPN for free for 30 days, after which you’ll need to start paying. Other VPN services have free options that stay free; AnchorFree Hotspot Shield and TunnelBear are two excellent examples. Most free VPNs have some kind of data limit or other restriction, however, though they generally perform well within those limits. Notably, the Opera browser now ships with a robust VPN built in, for free.

If you decide to spend money on VyprVPN, you’ll have to chose between the vanilla version and the higher-end plan. VyprVPN costs $9.95 per month, but only allows three simultaneous connections. That’s probably enough for one person living alone, but certainly not for someone whose family involves more people or gadgets. Those people will want to spring for VyprVPN Premium, which costs $12.95 per month; allows up to five connections; and grants access to two additional features, the Chameleon VPN protocol and VyprVPN Cloud.

That’s on the high side for a VPN service. Private Internet Access, which offers an extremely robust network of servers, costs only $6.95. TunnelBear VPN is just slightly more at $9.99 per month. Both have offerings comparable to VyprVPN’s.

The additional features that Golden Frog reserves for the highest VyprVPN tier require some explanation. The Chameleon VPN protocol is an encryption protocol that the company says is harder to detect as VPN traffic and therefore harder to block. The company recommends that users in China, or anywhere else that attempts to block access to certain parts of the internet, should use this protocol. If that’s not your thing, the macOS client also supports L2TP and IPsec, as well as my preferred option: OpenVPN. In addition to being open-source code—and therefore scrutinized for errors by a community of volunteers—OpenVPN also tends to be faster and more resistant to disconnection. Note that the VyprVPN app for iPhone only supports the IKEv2 protocol.

The other premium feature is VyprVPN Cloud. This is a specialty feature that allows you to access your cloud services on Amazon Web Services (AWS), DigitalOcean, and VirtualBox via the security of a VPN. It’s certainly a niche feature, and it’s a bit of an odd one at that.

Note that Golden Frog also offers Cyphr, a free encrypted chat app for Android and iOS, as well as Outfox, a VPN service specifically for gaming. NordVPN doesn’t offer a chat service, but it does have specialized servers for using BitTorrent, connecting via VPN to the Tor anonymization service, and more besides.

Features and Privacy

I go into detail about VyprVPN’s features and performance in my review of VyprVPN for Windows. I’ll summarize the important points here.

Golden Frog makes much of the fact that it owns all of the servers used for VyprVPN. There’s something to be said for this, since it gives the company far more control over the hardware customers rely on to keep them safe. This amounts to over 700 servers, which is comparatively few, however. Presumably, competitors are able to field more by using a mixed of owned and rented servers. Most VPN services offer over 1,000 servers and in the case of Private Internet Access, over 3,000. A surplus of servers means that you’re less likely to find yourself using an overcrowded server where each user gets a small slice of the bandwidth pie. The more servers, the fewer people per server; the fewer people per server, the better the performance.

VyprVPN does, however, have a respectable roster of server locations. These include some 70 cities and regions in six continents. I am pleased to see that in addition to such typical VPN locations as the US and Europe, VyprVPN also has several servers in regions often ignored by the industry, such as Africa and the Middle East. The company also offer servers in areas that tend to have repressive control over internet access: China and Russia, specifically.

A large number and diverse distribution of server locations means two things. First, that if you’re looking to spoof your location, you’ll have lots of options. Second, if you are a world traveler, you’ll have an easier time finding a nearby server. The distance between yourself and the VPN server has an important impact on performance.

The VyprVPN app comes loaded with some excellent advanced features. You can configure the VPN to connect automatically if you’re using an untrusted Wi-Fi network. You can also block local (LAN) traffic to your machine while connected to the VPN, ensuring that other infected devices aren’t sneaking peeks at your activity.

One thing that VyprVPN won’t do is block ads when running. That’s not a huge loss on a desktop computer where there are many excellent in-browser alternatives such as Privacy Badger—my ad-blocker of choice. It’s more of a detriment on Android because Google does not allow ad-blockers in its app store.

Golden Frog is headquartered in Switzerland, which, according to the EFF, does not have mandatory data retention laws. Golden Frog’s privacy policy states that the country’s “favorable privacy laws reflect our mission.” The company does not log DNS requests or the content of your traffic. Golden Frog does, however, log the source IP address, connection time (start and stop), and the total volume of traffic. It retains this information for 30 days. The company says it will not “sell or otherwise release identifying information, unless ordered to do so by a court of competent jurisdiction in the matter.” That’s an important caveat, but is also par for the course among VPN services.

Note that if you are keen to use BitTorrent over VPN, you can do so with VyprVPN. However, keep in mind that downloading copyrighted material can still be detected through other means.

Hands On With VyprVPN

Golden Frog does not offer a VyprVPN client through the Apple App Store. Instead, you’ll have to download it from the Golden Frog site and install it yourself. Unlike other VPN clients, VyprVPN has a brief tutorial that points out major features and lets you configure some of the client’s core abilities. I like this approach, since many customers may not be aware of all VyprVPN has to offer.

The client itself is a single window, the top half of which shows your network traffic in a color-coded graph—blue when it’s secured by VyprVPN and red when it is not. It seems very much at home on macOS, although it did not take advantage of the Touch Bar on the 15-inch 2016 MacBook Pro I was using for testing. Three toggles let you configure VyprVPN to connect automatically on untrusted Wi-Fi, block malicious sites, and activate the app’s kill switch. This last feature automatically shuts down internet communications should your VPN disconnect accidentally.

The large button at the bottom connects you to the fastest available server by default. Typically, this is a server that’s geographically near to you. Click the map pin icon on the connect button to open the full server list in a separate window. Here, you can filter the servers by region and view the ones you have marked as favorites. A search box at the top lets you quickly cull the list, and the app shows ping times to the left of each entry.

While VyprVPN looks quite good against the macOS backdrop, Editors’ Choice winner TunnelBear is even better looking. This application is brightly colored and filled with friendly bears. It’s got a touch of whimsy, but is also extremely easy to use, which helps make it an Editors’ Choice winner.

Opening the Preferences window reveals more precise controls. You can, for example, designate apps that must use the VPN connection. That’s handy, as it can let you avoid slower speeds or outright blocking for certain activities. There’s also an option to block all LAN traffic, which is a rarely seen feature. The Advanced section is truly advanced, letting you set Route Delay time in seconds, Log Verbosity, and Maximum Transmission Units, among other options that the average person probably shouldn’t mess with.

By default, VyprVPN uses the OpenVPN protocol and VyprDNS. Both of these can be changed from the settings menu as well.

Netflix is not a fan of VPNs, since you can use them to spoof your location and access content locked for other regions. However, I had no trouble streaming movies when connected via VyprVPN. Keep in mind that this could change at a moment’s notice. If you’re concerned about losing access to Netflix, I suggest sticking with short-term VPN subscriptions.

Speed and Performance

When you’re using a VPN, your data jumps through more hoops than usual. The result is usually increased latency, as well as reduced upload and download speeds. But we have found through years of testing that not all VPNs are created equal, and that some have greater negative (or, surprisingly, positive) impact on performance.

To really determine the performance of a given VPN service, I would have to test multiple times a day at different locations and times over the course of many days. That’s not a viable option. Instead, I opt to take a snapshot, and then I compare the difference between average speeds and latency results and find a percent change.

I first run this test while connected to a nearby VPN server and using a nearby test server. I run the same tests again, but while connected to a VPN server in Australia and a test server in Anchorage, Alaska. This second test is to evaluate how the VPN performs when connected to far-flung international servers. All of my speed test data is gathered using the Ookla speed test tool. (Note that Ookla is owned by PCMag’s publisher, Ziff Davis.)

In my domestic VPN testing, I found that VyprVPN had the largest increase in latency among Mac VPNs, at 22.1 percent. To be fair, most other VPNs are clustered around the same figure, although Private Internet Access had the least impact, at only 8 percent. VyprVPN redeemed itself in the download speeds test, where it slowed downloads by just 6.9 percent. dragged downloads down by 21.1 percent, but TunnelBear actually improved downloads speeds by 22.1 percent — the only VPN to improve downloads I’ve yet seen for macOS. Unfortunately, VyprVPN dropped the ball in upload speeds, where it had the biggest impact among Mac VPNs. It reduced upload speeds by 33.2 percent. In this same test, Private Internet Access reduced uploads by only 6.1 percent.

VyprVPN fared a bit better in the international tests. Here, it increased latency by 171.4 percent—the best score I’ve yet recorded for macOS testing. It nearly beat KeepSolid VPN Unlimited in the download test; VPN Unlimited reduced download speeds by 11 percent and VyprVPN by only 13.2 percent. It continued doing well into the upload test, where it slowed uploads by 17.8 percent, another new record for macOS testing.

In general, you will almost certainly not notice any significant slowdown when using VyprVPN. In fact, you might even notice things run a little quicker in some circumstances! With its collection of top scores in some important areas, it’s a strong contender for speed on macOS. But then again, racked up truly outstanding numbers on Windows, where it improved downloads by over 400 percent in some cases.

PureVPN didn’t perform as well in my macOS testing. As such I consider it to be the fastest VPN service for Windows. I haven’t reviewed enough VPNs on macOS to make a similar judgment.

One for the Short List

Golden Frog offers an impressive service with VyprVPN, and it’s especially good on macOS. The client is equal parts understandable and powerful, with a tutorial for new users and powerful settings for those already comfortable with IT matters. While it lacks ad-blocking and has comparably few servers, it nevertheless earned several top speed test scores in our tests.

It’s an excellent choice for macOS users, but we continue to recommend our Editors’ Choice winners for macOS for their individual merits. NordVPN has an excellent collection of features, Private Internet Access has an unbeatably robust server roster, and TunnelBear VPN is the easiest and friendliest VPN for macOS.

For Sale – X99 5960X Gaming PC

I am looking to downsize to a ITX or mATX build to free up some office space so I can keep my ultra wide. I am probably going to move to Coffee Lake but I would consider a trade for a kabylake or ryzen build.

i7 5960X (Retail)
Corsair 240MM AIO Cooler
Asus X99 DELUXE/U3.1
Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB Quad kit 2666
Corsair RM850x
Corsair 780T White
Samsung 850EVO SSD
Seagte 4TB HDD
Samsung 256 GB M.2
Asus GTX 980 Strix
Windows 10 Home (COA on case)

I am not looking to split, I was going to try fit the system in a 460X case but I think that would be a challenge so it is best to sell this on and start again. I have the original invoice, system is approx 2 years old so so components will still definitely have a warranty where it is 3-5 years.

Price and currency: 1200
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – X99 5960X Gaming PC

I am looking to downsize to a ITX or mATX build to free up some office space so I can keep my ultra wide. I am probably going to move to Coffee Lake but I would consider a trade for a kabylake or ryzen build.

i7 5960X (Retail)
Corsair 240MM AIO Cooler
Asus X99 DELUXE/U3.1
Corsair Dominator Platinum 16GB Quad kit 2666
Corsair RM850x
Corsair 780T White
Samsung 850EVO SSD
Seagte 4TB HDD
Samsung 256 GB M.2
Asus GTX 980 Strix
Windows 10 Home (COA on case)

I am not looking to split, I was going to try fit the system in a 460X case but I think that would be a challenge so it is best to sell this on and start again. I have the original invoice, system is approx 2 years old so so components will still definitely have a warranty where it is 3-5 years.

Price and currency: 1200
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: CASH/BT
Location: Warrington
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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