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For Sale – Clearout: Razer NabuX, USB 5.1, faulty razer tiamat 7.1 v1, Logitech G19, Logitech Harmony Ultimate

So following a clearout I’ve encountered some old bits and pieces that I don’t need. I’m open to offers and I’m currently looking for an xbox one controller with the updated 3.5mm jack and would be willing to exchange bits if anyone was interested for some reason.

First up an unused razer nabu x. Never been out its box nor worn so should be in perfect condition. £15.

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Second up is a Terratec Aureon 5.1 USB soundcard. This has been tested and was given to me at my old work. I don’t believe it’s ever been used aside from being tested. £15.

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Third is a faulty Razer Tiamat 7.1 V1 headset. A repair has been unsuccessfully attempted. The bass driver on one side failed and was removed but apparently no replacement ever put in. Ideal for spare parts as everything else on it works. It comes with all the screws but one I believe, which is one holding the driver cluster in the headset, there are 4 so only one missing shouldn’t be an issue if someone was to repair it. I’m not sure what this is worth so say £20? Make me an offer.

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Fourth an old Logitech G19 keyboard. The keyboard works but is in need of new membranes on the WASD keys. In addition, occasionally the orange lighting on the navigation arrows and surrounding cluster to the left of the LCD panel didn’t seem to activate. £30.

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And finally a Logitech Harmony Ultimate. Works fine, very little use but there are a few signs of use on the remote. £50.

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I’d prefer cash on collection and I can deliver myself around London. I would be willing to post but would prefer not to.

Price and currency: 50
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: NW London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Clearout: Razer NabuX, USB 5.1, faulty razer tiamat 7.1 v1, Logitech G19, Logitech Harmony Ultimate

So following a clearout I’ve encountered some old bits and pieces that I don’t need. I’m open to offers and I’m currently looking for an xbox one controller with the updated 3.5mm jack and would be willing to exchange bits if anyone was interested for some reason.

First up an unused razer nabu x. Never been out its box nor worn so should be in perfect condition. £15.

[​IMG]

Second up is a Terratec Aureon 5.1 USB soundcard. This has been tested and was given to me at my old work. I don’t believe it’s ever been used aside from being tested. £15.

[​IMG]

Third is a faulty Razer Tiamat 7.1 V1 headset. A repair has been unsuccessfully attempted. The bass driver on one side failed and was removed but apparently no replacement ever put in. Ideal for spare parts as everything else on it works. It comes with all the screws but one I believe, which is one holding the driver cluster in the headset, there are 4 so only one missing shouldn’t be an issue if someone was to repair it. I’m not sure what this is worth so say £20? Make me an offer.

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Fourth an old Logitech G19 keyboard. The keyboard works but is in need of new membranes on the WASD keys. In addition, occasionally the orange lighting on the navigation arrows and surrounding cluster to the left of the LCD panel didn’t seem to activate. £30.

[​IMG]

And finally a Logitech Harmony Ultimate. Works fine, very little use but there are a few signs of use on the remote. £50.

[​IMG]

I’d prefer cash on collection and I can deliver myself around London. I would be willing to post but would prefer not to.

Price and currency: 50
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: NW London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – Clearout: Razer NabuX, USB 5.1, faulty razer tiamat 7.1 v1, Logitech G19, Logitech Harmony Ultimate

So following a clearout I’ve encountered some old bits and pieces that I don’t need. I’m open to offers and I’m currently looking for an xbox one controller with the updated 3.5mm jack and would be willing to exchange bits if anyone was interested for some reason.

First up an unused razer nabu x. Never been out its box nor worn so should be in perfect condition. £15.

[​IMG]

Second up is a Terratec Aureon 5.1 USB soundcard. This has been tested and was given to me at my old work. I don’t believe it’s ever been used aside from being tested. £15.

[​IMG]

Third is a faulty Razer Tiamat 7.1 V1 headset. A repair has been unsuccessfully attempted. The bass driver on one side failed and was removed but apparently no replacement ever put in. Ideal for spare parts as everything else on it works. It comes with all the screws but one I believe, which is one holding the driver cluster in the headset, there are 4 so only one missing shouldn’t be an issue if someone was to repair it. I’m not sure what this is worth so say £20? Make me an offer.

[​IMG]
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Fourth an old Logitech G19 keyboard. The keyboard works but is in need of new membranes on the WASD keys. In addition, occasionally the orange lighting on the navigation arrows and surrounding cluster to the left of the LCD panel didn’t seem to activate. £30.

[​IMG]

And finally a Logitech Harmony Ultimate. Works fine, very little use but there are a few signs of use on the remote. £50.

[​IMG]

I’d prefer cash on collection and I can deliver myself around London. I would be willing to post but would prefer not to.

Price and currency: 50
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash
Location: NW London
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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For Sale – HP Probook 4510s/4710s battery and charger

Hi Folks,

after the recent demise of my old laptop, I have some spares from it, namely a battery and charger pack. Both are after market parts, but in good working order and around 12 months old. They were from a HP 4510S laptop. I’d like a measly tenner please, no offers at this price.

Battery is compatible with HP batteries HSTNN-1B89 513130-321 & HSTNN-0B89 NBP8A157B1

Price and currency: £10
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: bt/ppg cash
Location: West Midlands
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Watercooling Clearout: EK PrimoChill & XSPC Tubing – EKoolant Evo BLUE UV + 6x EK-ACF BLUE Fittings

Watercooling parts, some have been used some have not. I want to sell it altogether as its not really worth separating. Ideal for custom PC builders.

PRICE: £45.00 Delivered
£40.00 Delivered

6x EK-ACF BLUE Compression Fittings (13/19mm – G1/4)
“Never used these in the end, new-like condition”
Technical data:
– thread: G1/4″ BSP; 4.5mm male thread length
supported tube: ID/OD 1/2″ / 3/4″ (equals to 13/19mm)
– compatible tubing: PVC, EPDM, Norprene, silicone, most types of flexible tube
MPN: 3831109846681

EK PrimoChill PrimoFlex™ Advanced LRT™ (19,1 / 12,7 mm, Crystal Clear Tube)
“I have cut the tubing up, some of the tubing is unused, some used, all in good condition” General lengths below:-

57cm ClearTube
42cm ClearTube
40cm ClearTube
40cm ClearTube
32cm ClearTube
The other pieces are around 10cm, hit or miss.

XSPC HighFlex Hose (1/2″ ID 3/4″ OD 19/12.7mm Clear/UV)
“Some of the tubing used, some unused, longest bit of tube is unused, all in good condition”
General Lengths Below:-

70cm Blue UV Tube
40cm Blue UV Tube
40cm Blue UV Tube
37cm Blue UV Tube
Smaller piece under 10cm.

EK-Ekoolant EVO UV BLUE Premix 1 Litre
“About 70% hit or miss in the bottle”

• Low electrical conductivity
• Biological growth inhibition
• Corrosion protection according to BS5117 and BS6580 standards
• High quality concentrated pigments for intense, vivid and saturated colors
• Compatible with Acrylic, POM Acetal, rubber (NBR, EPDM and Norprene) materials
• Eco-friendly (90% biodegradable in 10 days)
• 3-year shelf time after bottling

For Sale – Dell Precision 5520, Latitude 7370 and GTX1080 eGpu

Hi All,

Just treated myself to an Aero 15x so need to clear out some surplus kit! The only reason for the change is I wanted something with integrated GTX so I can play my oculus when I am away without taking the gaming box with me.
Note I will post as soon as I can but likely to be in the new year.

OFFERS WELCOME- would take a switch in PX

Reposted the GTx in main computing

First up Precision M5520- warranty to June 2020-
If this had a GTX graphics card or was available with one then I would never be letting it go, its immense. Tiny footprint and so solidly built. I’ve used it mostly for running VM’s from a TB3 drive.

i7- 7820HQ @ 2.9ghz
512gb NVMe
16gb 2400mhz DDR4 RAM (note this is the brand new ram from the 15x as I pinched the 32gb for that)
Windows 10 Pro
FHD screen (better battery and less compatibility issues )
Two genuine chargers (had one upstairs one down)
USB-c to ethernet adapter
Dell brown outlet box
Note it isn’t in perfect condition, has some small nicks around the edge and it has one large scratch on the lid but it only really shows when you look at it a certain way. I have done my best to photograph this.

£1230 posted RMSD NEW PRICE £1000+post

(SALE ON HOLD) Dell 7370- warranty to August 2019
Purchased second hand as a lightweight passively cooled laptop for using on the sofa, but I just reach for my ipad all the time so I haven’t really used it. Super lightweight and battery lasts a long time

m5-6Y57 @ 1.1ghz
8gb RAM
256gb ssd
Windows 10 pro
FHD screen (better battery)
USB-c Charger
Note no box.
In good condition but does have some small marks / scratches on the lid
£480 posted RMSD

Note this was sold and then returned to me with a trackpad issue, the mouse appeared to lag / jump when moved around fast (video provided) . I’ve turned off the “enhance pointer precision” and this seems to have cured the issue to my eye at least.

Prices include RMSD but due to my work I might not be able to post for a few days

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Price and currency: £1230, £480, £580
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal or BT
Location: Devon
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
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AI apps demand DevOps infrastructure automation

Artificial intelligence can offer enterprises a significant competitive advantage for some strategic applications. But enterprise IT shops will also require DevOps infrastructure automation to keep up with frequent iterations.

Most enterprise shops won’t host AI apps in-house, but those that do will turn to sophisticated app-level automation techniques to manage IT infrastructure. And any enterprise that wants to inject AI into its apps will require rapid application development and deployment — a process early practitioners call “DevOps on steroids.”

“When you’re developing your models, there’s a rapid iteration process,” said Michael Bishop, CTO of Alpha Vertex, a fintech startup in New York that specializes in AI data analysis of equities markets. “It’s DevOps on steroids because you’re trying to move quickly, and you may have thousands of features you’re trying to factor in and explore.”

DevOps principles of rapid iteration will be crucial to train AI algorithms and to make changes to applications based on the results of AI data analysis at Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co. The company, based in Columbus, Ohio, experiments with IBM’s Watson AI system to predict whether new approaches to the market will help it sell more insurance policies and to analyze data collected from monitoring devices in customers’ cars that help it set insurance rates.

“You’ve got to have APIs and microservices,” said Carmen DeArdo, technology director responsible for Nationwide’s software delivery pipeline. “You’ve got to deploy more frequently to respond to those feedback loops and the market.”

This puts greater pressure on IT ops to provide developers and data scientists with self-service access to an automated infrastructure. Nationwide relies on ChatOps for self-service, as chatbots limit how much developers switch between different interfaces for application development and infrastructure troubleshooting. ChatOps also allows developers to correct application problems before they enter a production environment.

AI apps push the limits of infrastructure automation

Enterprise IT pros who support AI apps quickly find that no human can keep up with the required rapid pace of changes to infrastructure. Moreover, large organizations must deploy many different AI algorithms against their data sets to get a good return on investment, said Michael Dobrovolsky, executive director of the machine learning practice and global development at financial services giant Morgan Stanley in New York.

“The only way to make AI profitable from an enterprise point of view is to do it at scale; we’re talking hundreds of models,” Dobrovolsky said. “They all have different lifecycles and iteration [requirements], so you need a way to deploy it and monitor it all. And that is the biggest challenge right now.”

Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, an educational book and software publisher based in Boston, has laid the groundwork for AI apps with infrastructure automation that pairs Apache Mesos for container orchestration with Apache Aurora, an open source utility that allows applications to automatically request infrastructure resources.

Long term, the goal is to put all the workload management in the apps themselves, so that they manage all the scheduling … managing tasks in that way is the future.
Robert Allendirector of engineering, Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

“Long term, the goal is to put all the workload management in the apps themselves, so that they manage all the scheduling,” said Robert Allen, director of engineering at Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. “I’m more interested in two-level scheduling [than container orchestration], and I believe managing tasks in that way is the future.”

Analysts agreed application-driven infrastructure automation will be ideal to support AI apps.

“The infrastructure framework for this will be more and more automated, and the infrastructure will handle all the data preparation and ingestion, algorithm selection, containerization, and publishing of AI capabilities into different target environments,” said James Kobielus, analyst with Wikibon.

Automated, end-to-end, continuous release cycles are a central focus for vendors, Kobielus said. Tools from companies such as Algorithmia can automate the selection of back-end hardware at the application level, as can services such as Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) SageMaker. Some new infrastructure automation tools also provide governance features such as audit trails on the development of AI algorithms and the decisions they make, which will be crucial for large enterprises.

Early AI adopters favor containers and serverless tech

Until app-based automation becomes more common, companies that work with AI apps will turn to DevOps infrastructure automation based on containers and serverless technologies.

Veritone, which provides AI apps as a service to large customers such as CBS Radio, uses Iron Functions, now the basis for Oracle’s Fn serverless product, to orchestrate containers. The company, based in Costa Mesa, Calif., evaluated Lambda a few years ago, but saw Iron Functions as a more suitable combination of functions as a service and containers. With Iron Functions, containers can process more than one event at a time, and functions can attach to a specific container, rather than exist simply as snippets of code.

“If you have apps like TensorFlow or things that require libraries, like [optical character recognition], where typically you have to use Tesseract and compile C libraries, you can’t put that into functions AWS Lambda has,” said Al Brown, senior vice president of engineering for Veritone. “You need a container that has the whole environment.”

Veritone also prefers this approach to Kubernetes and Mesos, which focus on container orchestration only.

“I’ve used Kubernetes and Mesos, and they’ve provided a lot of the building blocks,” Brown said. “But functions let developers focus on code and standards and scale it without having to worry about [infrastructure].”

Beth Pariseau is senior news writer for TechTarget’s Cloud and DevOps Media Group. Write to her at bpariseau@techtarget.com or follow @PariseauTT on Twitter.

For Sale – Dell Precision 5520, Latitude 7370 and GTX1080 eGpu

Hi All,

Just treated myself to an Aero 15x so need to clear out some surplus kit! The only reason for the change is I wanted something with integrated GTX so I can play my oculus when I am away without taking the gaming box with me.
Note I will post as soon as I can but likely to be in the new year.

OFFERS WELCOME- would take a switch in PX

Reposted the GTx in main computing

First up Precision M5520- warranty to June 2020-
If this had a GTX graphics card or was available with one then I would never be letting it go, its immense. Tiny footprint and so solidly built. I’ve used it mostly for running VM’s from a TB3 drive.

i7- 7820HQ @ 2.9ghz
512gb NVMe
16gb 2400mhz DDR4 RAM (note this is the brand new ram from the 15x as I pinched the 32gb for that)
Windows 10 Pro
FHD screen (better battery and less compatibility issues )
Two genuine chargers (had one upstairs one down)
USB-c to ethernet adapter
Dell brown outlet box
Note it isn’t in perfect condition, has some small nicks around the edge and it has one large scratch on the lid but it only really shows when you look at it a certain way. I have done my best to photograph this.

£1230 posted RMSD NEW PRICE £1000+post

Dell 7370- warranty to August 2019
Purchased second hand as a lightweight passively cooled laptop for using on the sofa, but I just reach for my ipad all the time so I haven’t really used it. Super lightweight and battery lasts a long time

m5-6Y57 @ 1.1ghz
8gb RAM
256gb ssd
Windows 10 pro
FHD screen (better battery)
USB-c Charger
Note no box.
In good condition but does have some small marks / scratches on the lid
£480 posted RMSD

Note this was sold and then returned to me with a trackpad issue, the mouse appeared to lag / jump when moved around fast (video provided) . I’ve turned off the “enhance pointer precision” and this seems to have cured the issue to my eye at least.

Prices include RMSD but due to my work I might not be able to post for a few days

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Price and currency: £1230, £480, £580
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal or BT
Location: Devon
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Western Digital Red 10TB – New

Purchased as I was changing some home storage round and due to various issues, lots changed and they’ve ended up not being required!

They’re brand new and sealed, unregistered and thus will come with the full warranty (happy to act as liaison if required in future)

I have a total of 2 of them.

Asking £275 each based on current pricing online

Price and currency: 275 Each
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PPG
Location: Bromsgrove
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Dell Precision 5520, Latitude 7370 and GTX1080 eGpu

Hi All,

Just treated myself to an Aero 15x so need to clear out some surplus kit! The only reason for the change is I wanted something with integrated GTX so I can play my oculus when I am away without taking the gaming box with me.
Note I will post as soon as I can but likely to be in the new year.

OFFERS WELCOME- would take a switch in PX

Reposted the GTx in main computing

First up Precision M5520- warranty to June 2020-
If this had a GTX graphics card or was available with one then I would never be letting it go, its immense. Tiny footprint and so solidly built. I’ve used it mostly for running VM’s from a TB3 drive.

i7- 7820HQ @ 2.9ghz
512gb NVMe
16gb 2400mhz DDR4 RAM (note this is the brand new ram from the 15x as I pinched the 32gb for that)
Windows 10 Pro
FHD screen (better battery and less compatibility issues )
Two genuine chargers (had one upstairs one down)
USB-c to ethernet adapter
Dell brown outlet box
Note it isn’t in perfect condition, has some small nicks around the edge and it has one large scratch on the lid but it only really shows when you look at it a certain way. I have done my best to photograph this.

£1230 posted RMSD NEW PRICE £1000+post

SOLD second Dell 7370- warranty to August 2019
Purchased second hand as a lightweight passively cooled laptop for using on the sofa, but I just reach for my ipad all the time so I haven’t really used it. Super lightweight and battery lasts a long time

m5-6Y57 @ 1.1ghz
8gb RAM
256gb ssd
Windows 10 pro
FHD screen (better battery)
USB-c Charger
Note no box.
In good condition but does have small marks on the lid etc
£480 posted RMSD. SOLD

Prices include RMSD but due to my work I might not be able to post for a few days

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Price and currency: £1230, £480, £580
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: Paypal or BT
Location: Devon
Advertised elsewhere?: Advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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  • Landline telephone number. Make a call to check out the area code and number are correct, too
  • Name and address including postcode
  • Valid e-mail address

DO NOT proceed with a deal until you are completely satisfied with all details being correct. It’s in your best interest to check out these details yourself.