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For Sale – 27″ Apple iMac Broken Hinge so (I think) quite cheap

Please note that the hinge is broke.

I have this iMac booked in for repair at the Apple Genius Bar on Saturday but happy to sell on before at (what I think) is a good price to save the the trouble. The repair from what I can work out with cost ITRO of £140 or, if you believe Mac Rumours it will be free (most unlikely) as Apple recognise that this is a design fault.

Market value of this model appears to be £775. I selling because I want the space back in my Den and just don’t use this other than as a server for ATV & Sonos hence, I have bought a Mac Mini.

Item is for sale up until Friday (Jan 19th) night, if i does not sell by then ill get it repaired and re-advertise as I guess its a hard sell with broken hinge.

Apple iMac 27″ Slim Late Sept 2013 Model. Originally Purchased April 2014 and purchased by me (second owner) in Nov 2014.

Model Number = A1419
3.2 Ghz Quad Core i5
16 GB Ram
1GB Graphics
1 TB hard drive
MAC OS Sierra

I have been using a toilet roll holder just to hold the screen at an angle that makes it look better. The photos are without and with the TR holder

Item is in very good condition

Item is listed elsewhere I just can amend the checkbox on mobile

Mark

Price and currency: 575
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on Collection
Location: Halifax
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Custom WaterCooled High end Gaming/Work Horse Rig .

PLEASE READ !!!! . HEAVILY CUSTOMISED and HEAVY !

I don’t want to repeat myself if this thread gets a bit full and folk trying there luck to get cheap parts .

I feel that this could be the right time to sell and get some money while i can .. Some of the Parts in this Pc is not very old and will have dates and Warranty next to the Components . all components new and old are still under at least for another year i have 95% off all boxes for the components and invoices from various online retailers . (invoices for everything)

The build started in September 2015 and finished in November 2015 . and has had a paint job ( heat resistant paint) in August/September 2016 . The Paint is on the Front and back panels of the 900D and the Grill covers (sides) and was stripped to prep and paint can also provide photos of the prep and painting. it also has custom lighting at the front and inside controlled by Aqua Computer Bluetooth Farbwerk and connected to the Aqua Computer Aquareo 6 XT with Remote . The case is also custom to Midshelf and motherboard tray plates made from Coldzero so the bare case metal is not visible . Drain port on bottom at the back of the rad .and can add one at the top also and have the tap .

hard drive Cage has been custom fitted to also accomidate and to pull out the system from the front by taking off the covers and filter .. easy peasy .

COMPONENTS

Prices are if i split and for rules and gives indication on value.

Will split after Xmas.

Corsair 900D custom (will include all custom plates costing in region of £150 and more) £250 . Bought 8/15 (no warranty due to painting)
Motherboard /MSI Godlike £235 Bought 8/15 (1 yr remaining)
PSU EVGA 1600 P2 £225 Bought 9/15 ( over 8 years remain) Registered .
Intel i7 5960x (J batch) £525 Bought 2016 (18 months left) check with serial
Bitspower full cover Motherboard block £75 Bought 2105 (not sure on warranty as was special order import)
Avexir Blitz1.1 32GB RED (4x8GB) DDR4 3000 £150 Bought 09/2016 lifetime warranty
Avexir Blitz 1.1 16GB RED (4x4gb) DDR4 3000 £100 Bought 10/15 lifetime warrany
EK-XTOP Revo Dual D5 PWM (incl. 2x pump) £100 Bought 10/16 Not sure as was replaced .

EVGA 1080ti SC black £650 / with waterblock £725 Bought 7/17 and Extended EVGA 5 Yr warranty

Phobya G-Changer 480 V.2 – Full Copper £50 Bought 10/15

EK Water Blocks EK-CoolStream PE 480 (Quad) £40 Bought 9/15

Samsung M.2 960 EVO 500GB £175 Bought 8/17 still has near full warranty .

Multipule EK & Bitspower watercooling fittins and drain ports to many to list unless the PC sells as a split. £150

Pc is fan controlled by motherboard cpu temps .

This system is overclocked to 4.5ghz @1.19 volts completely stable and has been since building it . It can go to 5ghz easy on 1.22v for benching as the chip is a J batch and is amazing CPU . Temps never go above 58c on ultra gaming in 4K and the GPU is on the same loop .

The pump can be split into to pumps with an extra adapter due to it being a duel pump .
This PC is very very very heavy . i have lots and lots of spare parts and fluids for the water aspect of the system and i can drain or include these with the system . If i had to guess the pc is about 100KG or heavier easy .

I can drain current fluid and clean and put any colour in for buyer at buyers cost of around £15 .

Price and currency: £3000
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash / Bank Transfer
Location: Dumfries
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – 3570K MSI 7870 Desktop

Looking to sell my old gaming PC to fund a new one. Price is a complete guess so please advise if it’s unrealistic.

3570K @4.2Ghz
Hyper 212 Evo
MSI 7870 Twin Frozr
8GB Kingston DDR3
Gigabyte Z77x-D3H
Corsair TX650
Samsung 250GB SSD – 840? Not 100% sure on model
Corsair Carbide 500R Black
Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013

Price and currency: 500
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: Kent
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For Sale – 3570K MSI 7870 Desktop

Looking to sell my old gaming PC to fund a new one. Price is a complete guess so please advise if it’s unrealistic.

3570K @4.2Ghz
Hyper 212 Evo
MSI 7870 Twin Frozr
8GB Kingston DDR3
Gigabyte Z77x-D3H
Corsair TX650
Samsung 250GB SSD – 840? Not 100% sure on model
Corsair Carbide 500R Black
Razer Blackwidow Ultimate 2013

Price and currency: 500
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: Kent
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – 2x 8gb DDR3 1600

If anyone has 2 8gb sticks of DDR3 1600mhz they are looking to shift please let me know.
I’ve currently got 2x 4gb in my old Asus P8 Z77 motherboard and want to see what difference doubling it up will make, so don’t need anything fancy, nor do I care what it looks like !
Many thanks.

Location: St Austell England

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For Sale – HP microserver N36L 4GB blu-ray drive ATI 6450 802.11n wifi

Hi Paul,

I’d accept your offer though please read the below.

I don’t think it is particularly noisy for a 6 year old 40mm fan (I’m surrounded by them at work, most much noisier), it spins, but it isn’t quiet, and it is definitely a fair bit louder than when it was new. That is why I posted the video.

Prior to listing it (while it still had a couple of §drives in) I left it running Windows 7 for a couple of weeks, which it did fine, without any unexpected errors or failures to boot etc.

Having spent a couple of minutes googling; the only thing non-standard about the chassis fan is that HP have swapped the pin order vs the “standard” for 12V PC PWM controlled fans, and used a standard molex KK type 4 pin header housing instead of the special one you’re supposed to use for 4pin PWM fans. If you want to swap the chassis fan it is only a few minutes work to extract the pins from the connector, swap them over and cut off the ramp which gets in the way:
N54L Microserver – Rear Fan Replacement Guide

The PSU one would be a little more tricky to swap, but only involve a couple of minutes soldering if you’re happy working on that kind of thing. The PSU isn’t actually that non-standard (I’m surrounded by similar units at work – we use a different model from the same manufacturer in one of our products) – it is just a 1U flex-ATX PSU. (more info here: http://chrisstark.co/2013/08/hp-microserver-n36-replacement-power-supply-psu/ ).

What I would say to you is that if doing the kind of things listed above aren’t the kinds of thing you like to get involved in, then I’d actually prefer not to sell it to you. While the fans and the unit are working fine, there is of course every chance they >may< fail in the not distant future (things that spin eventually stop, that's why I've removed the drives), and of course if the above kind of remedial works are out of your comfort zone then the unit is a paperweight, so wouldn't represent good value. That is just a fact of life of buying an old second hand computer.

But if you are comfortable with the risk, and can repair this sort of thing economically yourself if it does fail, then at £50 delivered it is a steal considering the RAM, bluray drive, graphics card and WLAN card (which together are worth more than the unit).

For Sale – HP microserver N36L 4GB blu-ray drive ATI 6450 802.11n wifi

Hi Paul,

I’d accept your offer though please read the below.

I don’t think it is particularly noisy for a 6 year old 40mm fan (I’m surrounded by them at work, most much noisier), it spins, but it isn’t quiet, and it is definitely a fair bit louder than when it was new. That is why I posted the video.

Prior to listing it (while it still had a couple of §drives in) I left it running Windows 7 for a couple of weeks, which it did fine, without any unexpected errors or failures to boot etc.

Having spent a couple of minutes googling; the only thing non-standard about the chassis fan is that HP have swapped the pin order vs the “standard” for 12V PC PWM controlled fans, and used a standard molex KK type 4 pin header housing instead of the special one you’re supposed to use for 4pin PWM fans. If you want to swap the chassis fan it is only a few minutes work to extract the pins from the connector, swap them over and cut off the ramp which gets in the way:
N54L Microserver – Rear Fan Replacement Guide

The PSU one would be a little more tricky to swap, but only involve a couple of minutes soldering if you’re happy working on that kind of thing. The PSU isn’t actually that non-standard (I’m surrounded by similar units at work – we use a different model from the same manufacturer in one of our products) – it is just a 1U flex-ATX PSU. (more info here: http://chrisstark.co/2013/08/hp-microserver-n36-replacement-power-supply-psu/ ).

What I would say to you is that if doing the kind of things listed above aren’t the kinds of thing you like to get involved in, then I’d actually prefer not to sell it to you. While the fans and the unit are working fine, there is of course every chance they >may< fail in the not distant future (things that spin eventually stop, that's why I've removed the drives), and of course if the above kind of remedial works are out of your comfort zone then the unit is a paperweight, so wouldn't represent good value. That is just a fact of life of buying an old second hand computer.

But if you are comfortable with the risk, and can repair this sort of thing economically yourself if it does fail, then at £50 delivered it is a steal considering the RAM, bluray drive, graphics card and WLAN card (which together are worth more than the unit).

For Sale – HP microserver N36L 4GB blu-ray drive ATI 6450 802.11n wifi

Hi Paul,

I’d accept your offer though please read the below.

I don’t think it is particularly noisy for a 6 year old 40mm fan (I’m surrounded by them at work, most much noisier), it spins, but it isn’t quiet, and it is definitely a fair bit louder than when it was new. That is why I posted the video.

Prior to listing it (while it still had a couple of §drives in) I left it running Windows 7 for a couple of weeks, which it did fine, without any unexpected errors or failures to boot etc.

Having spent a couple of minutes googling; the only thing non-standard about the chassis fan is that HP have swapped the pin order vs the “standard” for 12V PC PWM controlled fans, and used a standard molex KK type 4 pin header housing instead of the special one you’re supposed to use for 4pin PWM fans. If you want to swap the chassis fan it is only a few minutes work to extract the pins from the connector, swap them over and cut off the ramp which gets in the way:
N54L Microserver – Rear Fan Replacement Guide

The PSU one would be a little more tricky to swap, but only involve a couple of minutes soldering if you’re happy working on that kind of thing. The PSU isn’t actually that non-standard (I’m surrounded by similar units at work – we use a different model from the same manufacturer in one of our products) – it is just a 1U flex-ATX PSU. (more info here: http://chrisstark.co/2013/08/hp-microserver-n36-replacement-power-supply-psu/ ).

What I would say to you is that if doing the kind of things listed above aren’t the kinds of thing you like to get involved in, then I’d actually prefer not to sell it to you. While the fans and the unit are working fine, there is of course every chance they >may< fail in the not distant future (things that spin eventually stop, that's why I've removed the drives), and of course if the above kind of remedial works are out of your comfort zone then the unit is a paperweight, so wouldn't represent good value. That is just a fact of life of buying an old second hand computer.

But if you are comfortable with the risk, and can repair this sort of thing economically yourself if it does fail, then at £50 delivered it is a steal considering the RAM, bluray drive, graphics card and WLAN card (which together are worth more than the unit).

For Sale – Core I3 6300 + ASrock H170 Pro4/D3 + 2×2 GB Ram

As in the add motherboard, chip and ram.

Any questions please ask

ASRock > H170 Pro4/D3

Intel® Core™ i3-6300 Processor (4M Cache, 3.80 GHz) Product Specifications

Price and currency: £165
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT
Location: Burnham On Sea
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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