For Sale is my old homeserver, ran 24/7 (light to medium use) for the past 2 years and never had any issues with it.
Fractal Design Node 804 (Holds a max 10x 3.5″ + 2x 2.5″ Hard Drives) i5 4570 (Arctic Cooler 7 Pro) Asus H81-Plus 16GB (2x*8GB) Crucial Ballistix @ 1600Mhz (Think I got them off these forums, 0 errors in Memtest) MSI 390x 8GB (Recently removed from my main PC, again never any issues, has recently had fresh Thermal Grizly applied) Samsung 840 128GB Windows 10 Pro 64bit (This was purchased off ebay for a couple of quid so how legit it is who knows but it has re-activated today when I’ve done a clean install, selling as no Product Key though for the above reason) Corsair HX750w 6x Akasa 120mm fans
PC is in full working condition, the case has a couple of minor marks (mostly the perspex windows) The Corsair comes only with 1x 4 way Sata Power cable, 1x 4 way Molex cable, 2x 8pin cables (GPU) … these were enough to max hard drive capacity on the case.
I have the box for the case so I am willing to post at the buyers expense.
Super powerful gaming laptop. Bought for a job that never happened and just sitting about not being used. Has about 3 and half years of Onsite warranty attached to it too! (worth about £250)
i7-8750h 144Hz G-Sync screen!! Nvidia RTX 2070 8GB 16 GB RAM (upgrade to 32GB for £100) Super fast M2 NVME SSD 512GB Extended 90WHr battery Windows 10 Pro Ports and connectivity: 1x USB Type-C 3.1 (3.1 Gen 2), Thunderbolt 3, DisplayPort, HDMI 3x USB Type-A 3.0 (3.1 Gen 1) HDMI 2.0 Card reader SD, SDHC, SDXC Ethernet lan Gigabit Ethernet Wi-Fi Bluetooth Audio jack 3.5mm audio jack Features: Fingerprint reader Web camera Microphone Speakers Security Lock slot
Any questions please ask. Comes boxed with power cable.
I never really know what to write in these as I never sell anything normally but this is too good a machine to just rot in a box in the attic, approximately 18 months old, used occasionally in excellent condition.
15.6” 120hz G-Sync display, no dead pixels or backlight bleed. Intel Core i7-7700HQ 2.8GHz up to 3.8GHz 16Gb RAM (32Gb max) GTX 1060 6Gb graphics card 256Gb NVNe SSD Boot drive, space for 2 more. 1Tb HDD. Windows 10. Tobii webcam allows for Windows Hello face login Killer WiFi with Bluetooth 4.1 Full RGB lighting.
There are hundreds of HR vendors and most never get attention. They provide reliable payroll, benefits and core HR services. Their pricing is competitive, their support responsive, and their users are generally happy. But analysts do have firms they think are especially interesting or doing something new.
Here, analysts give their take on what HR software vendors to watch in 2020. The list is by no means inclusive but does provide some insight as to where HR vendors are headed.
Josh Bersin, an independent HR analyst, cited Pymetrics Inc., a New York-based assessment tools firm. Their assessment is based on neurological research and the “true attributes of your mind,” which includes strengths and weaknesses rather than skills, he said. The tool evaluates attributes such as risk-taking and pattern matching.
A strength of the Pymetrics system is that it’s unbiased, Bersin said. It doesn’t matter, in its evaluations, whether a job candidate went to college or has a doctorate from an Ivy League school.
“Some companies are really starting to use it a lot for recruiting in roles where the college degree is a sort of a false signal,” Bersin said. Clients include Workday, Accenture, LinkedIn and the Boston Consulting Group.
College degree not needed
College degrees may be becoming less important, especially in a tight labor market. Glassdoor Inc., recently assembled a list of companies that don’t require a degree for top jobs, which included Google and Apple.
Ben EubanksPrincipal analyst, Lighthouse Research & Advisory
Another firm that has Bersin’s attention is Waggl Inc., an employee feedback platform based in Sausalito, Calif. He said the firm offers a “really innovative” employee tool that enables employers to quickly assemble a way to get employee opinions on topics. One of the things it does is allow for the crowdsourcing of reaction, so employees can vote on the response.
Ben Eubanks, principal analyst at Lighthouse Research & Advisory, cited Pilot Inc., an employee coaching platform based in Knoxville, Tenn.
“Pilot would be my clear pick here,” Eubanks said. “Our research shows that employees want coaching and mentoring relationships more than straight learning content, but employers often struggle with how to implement this.”
Eubanks said Pilot offers development coaching for employees to help them manage and improve their own performance.
Growing client list
Nucleus Research cited AllyO, an AI-powered virtual recruiting assistant startup in Palo Alto, Calif. Trevor White, an analyst at Nucleus, said some of its customers have “put some quantifiable numbers” around its deployments.
The firm was founded in 2015 and has assembled some “marquee customers,” including FedEx, The Cheesecake Factory and Randstad. Its quickly developing client list “is why we think they will be taking off in 2020,” White said.
John Sumser, a principal analyst at HRExaminer, said his firm has assembled a list of a dozen companies in their 2020 watchlist. Among the “cream of the crop” is SwoopTalent in Oakland, Calif., a data-as-a-service product, which stores HR data in a private cloud that integrates with existing systems.
Another is Rotterdam, Netherlands-based KeenCorp B.V., which uses language analysis that can analyze employee emails and chats to measure engagement and “tension” in a workplace. It generates an index to tell how critical groups are doing.
Had these sitting in a drawer for a while now (circa 2 – 3 months) but never got round to using them. They are still retail sealed and obviously I will honour against DOA plus help with any warranty requirements.
Full details here:
4x8GB Sealed kits, totalling 32GB.
Asking £70 inc
1x Socket 1150 ECS H81H3-TI2 (1.0) Thin ITX motherboard 1x Pentium G3258 anniversary edition cpu 1x Stock Intel Fan / Heatsink 1x 4GB DDR3 Ram Stick 1x Sealed i/o shield 1x sata power breakout cable 1x pcie wifi card 1x HP PSU brick Win 10 pro 64bit license tied to mobo
For sale is an 1800x which was purchased 2 years ago from Overclockers however has never been overclocked always stayed cool within my PC case and sometimes gets to 60 during some games – havent monitored in a while any questions please let me know
Will be posted out over the weekend or next week (apologies