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Cheap intel 6/7 cpu and tt core g3/p1 case

Looking for a cheap test cpu 6/7 series like a g3900/4400 or 6100…

And the case on the cheap

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Cheap intel 6/7 cpu and tt core g3/p1 case

Cheap intel 6/7 cpu and tt core g3/p1 case

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Cheap intel 6/7 cpu and tt core g3/p1 case

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Cheap intel 6/7 cpu and tt core g3 case

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Corsair CX430M Power Supply Unit / WANTED – Socket 1150 CPU

CX Series™ Modular CX430M ATX Power Supply — 430 Watt 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified Modular PSU

Item is used but in excellent condition with all supplied leads.
Semi Modular for cable management.

Reliable PSU ideal for first time system builders
£35 plus delivery

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Also I’m after a CPU socket 1150 please

Price and currency: £35
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT or PPG…

Corsair CX430M Power Supply Unit / WANTED – Socket 1150 CPU

Corsair CX430M Power Supply Unit / WANTED – Socket 1150 CPU

CX Series™ Modular CX430M ATX Power Supply — 430 Watt 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified Modular PSU

Item is used but in excellent condition with all supplied leads.
Semi Modular for cable management.

Reliable PSU ideal for first time system builders
£35 plus delivery

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Also I’m after a CPU socket 1150 please

Price and currency: £35
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT or PPG…

Corsair CX430M Power Supply Unit / WANTED – Socket 1150 CPU

Three new reasons to love the TSI explorer

Today we’re pleased to announce three new Time Series Insights (TSI) explorer capabilities that we think our users are going to love. 

  1. First, we are delighted to share that the TSI explorer, the visualization service of TSI, is now generally available and backed by our SLA. 
  2. Second, we’ve made the TSI explorer more accessible and easier to use for those with visual and fine-motor disabilities.
  3. And finally, we’ve made it easy to export aggregate event data to other analytics tools like Microsoft Excel. 

Now that the TSI explorer is generally available, users will notice that the explorer is backed by TSI’s service level agreement (SLA), and we’ve removed the preview moniker from the backsplash when the explorer is loading. We have many customers using TSI in production environments and we’re thrilled to offer them the same SLA that backs the rest of the product. The ActionPoint IoT-PREDICT solution is a great example of one of those customers using the TSI explorer to enable their customers to explore and analyze time series data quickly. Check out their solution below.

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There are no limits to what people can achieve when technology reflects the diversity of everyone who uses it. Transparency, accountability, and inclusion aren’t just built into our culture. They’re reflected in products and services designed for people of all abilities. With this in mind, it’s critical to our team that everyone can easily glean insights from their data using TSI, and these new capabilities significantly improve TSI’s usability for those with visual and fine-motor skill disabilities. The most obvious example of this work is the new table control that allows users to view aggregated data in a tabular format. While we made many less obvious improvements that make TSI more inclusive, two that I’m especially excited to share is TSI’s improved keyboard navigation and the addition of full narrator support. While we’re proud of the new functionality we delivered today, we think of accessibility and inclusion as core design principles and will continue to invest in feature work that takes advantage of them. 

Finally, we are excited to deliver a feature that many of our customers have been asking for – aggregate event data integration with Microsoft Excel. With the addition of the table, users can now simply export aggregate data as a CSV for integration with other analytics apps, like Microsoft Excel. This new capability enables users to take advantage of familiar tools that are already a part of their workflow for analyzing and processing data. Users will be able to take aggregate data from TSI and export it to any tool that can read CSV files. Users will still be able to export raw data as a CSV or JSON, but aggregate data export fulfills a common ask from our community. 

Here’s a screenshot of the new table and the CSV export:

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We are excited about these new updates, but we are even more excited about what’s to come, so stay up to date on all things Time Series Insights by following us on Twitter. Don’t forget to check out the Microsoft Internet of Things blog for news from our peers in the Azure IoT engineering group. 

For Sale – Corsair CX430M Power Supply Unit / WANTED – Socket 1150 CPU

CX Series™ Modular CX430M ATX Power Supply — 430 Watt 80 PLUS® Bronze Certified Modular PSU

Item is used but in excellent condition with all supplied leads.
Semi Modular for cable management.

Reliable PSU ideal for first time system builders
£35 plus delivery

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Also I’m after a CPU socket 1150 please

Price and currency: £35
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Payment method: BT or PPG
Location: Kent
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PCs made everyone more productive at home, school, and at work — and artificial intelligence could change the world just as much

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  • This post is part of Business Insider’s ongoing series
    on Better
    Capitalism.
  • We’re already seeing the impact of AI, argues
    Microsoft’s Harry Shum.
  • To make it truly benefit everyone, it needs to be
    developed responsibly.

When Bill Gates and Paul Allen founded Microsoft more than 40
years ago, their aim was to bring the benefits of computing —
then largely locked up in mainframes — to everyone.

They set out to build software for a “personal” computer that
would help people be more productive at home, at school and at
work.

The personal computer democratized technology that was previously
available only to a few select people. Today, artificial
intelligence has the same potential.

AI offers incredible opportunities to drive global economic and
social progress.

The key to bringing the benefits of AI to everyone — not
just a select few — is to develop AI to be human-centered.

Put simply, AI systems should be created to augment human
abilities. We want AI technology to enable people to achieve
more, and we’re optimistic that this can happen.

Already, we are seeing how AI can have a tangible, useful impact.

For example, with the world’s population expected to grow by
nearly 2.5 billion people over the next quarter century, AI can
help to increase food production. A Microsoft research project
called FarmBeats is providing farmers with insights
that can help them improve agricultural yield, lower overall
costs and reduce their environmental impact.

A collaboration between Microsoft and university researchers,
called Project Premonition , aims to use AI to detect
dangerous pathogens in the environment before a disease such as
Zika becomes a full-fledged public health emergency. The system
uses everything from autonomous drones to robotic mosquito traps
to try to identify pathogens as they are emerging.

Microsoft recently announced a partnership with Seattle-based
Adaptive Biotechnologies. Our shared goal is to create a
universal blood test that reads a person’s immune system to
detect a wide variety of diseases, including infections, cancers
and autoimmune disorders, when they can be most effectively
diagnosed and treated.

Clearly, AI is beginning to augment human understanding and
decision-making. Therefore, it’s imperative for companies to
develop and adopt clear principles that guide the people
building, using and applying AI systems.

Among other things, these principles should ensure that AI
systems are fair, reliable, safe, private, secure, inclusive,
transparent and accountable.  

To help achieve this, the people designing AI systems should be
diverse, reflecting the diversity of the world in which we live.

When AI systems are used to help make life decisions, it is
particularly important that they are transparent, so people
understand how those decisions were made. And those who develop
and deploy AI systems need to be accountable for how their
systems operate.

There’s no single company or organization that can develop these
principles in a vacuum.  

Business leaders, policymakers, researchers, academics and
representatives of non-governmental groups must work together to
ensure that AI-based technologies are designed and deployed in a
responsible manner. Organizations such as the Partnership on
AI , which brings together experts from industry, academia
and civil society, will be important vehicles in advancing this
important dialogue, including by developing best practices.

By encouraging open and honest discussion, we believe that
everyone can help create a culture of cooperation, trust and
openness among AI developers, users, and the public at large.

Harry Shum is Microsoft’s executive vice president for
Artificial Intelligence and Research. Microsoft recently
published the book “
The Future Computed: Artificial intelligence
and its role in society

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For Sale – Last of the Iconic Sony Vaio Z Series

**Last of the iconic Sony Vaio Z series laptops**

For sale is my well cared for carbon fibre Sony Vaio Z Series which I have owned since new. This cost me £1250 when new so grab yourself a bargain!!

I am asking for £350 collected. Hopefully, some thumbnails will be attached below. I’m happy to ship via RMSD at the buyer’s cost. I have all the original packing.

It’s a stonking performer with 256GB SSD drive, 8GB RAM and a fantastic 13.1″ full HD 1920×1080 display. It is the Wi-Fi plus wireless broadband version that accepts a standard SIM card for mobile data access.

It was my daily workhorse until early last year when I bought a rather poor Lenovo replacement.

It is absolutely complete with all the original packaging – even down to the plastic mains lead cover and twisty tie!! It can be shipped having been securely wiped and rebuilt to the factory defaults of Windows 7 Professional plus pre-installed factory software and drivers etc.

The full spec is: –

Model: Vaio SVZ1311CE5
Operating System: Microsoft Windows 7 Professional x64
Processor: Intel Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz
RAM: 8GB
Hard Drive: 256gb SSD
Graphics: Intel HD Graphics 4000
Screen Size: 13.1″
Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080

USB Ports: 2 (USB 3.0)
HDMI Port: Yes
Card Reader: SD, MS
Webcam: Yes
Connectivity: Wi-Fi, 3G mobile broadband and Bluetooth
TPM Security module plus fingerprint reader
Backlit keyboard

I am based in West Sussex and I’m happy to meet up for delivery within a 30 mile radius of Horsham. If you want to arrange for your own courier collection from my home address, then that’s fine too so long as insurance is included.

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Price and currency: £350
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Horsham, West Sussex
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