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For Sale – Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX1070 8Gb Graphics Card – £350

Hello,

This is the last component from my gaming PC that I’ve split up to sell.

The system has been used with a 1440p screen and since upgrading to the gtx1070 early this year, has been able to run every game at highest settings with no issues!

GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1070 8Gb – £350

SOLD CPU: Intel i7 4770k – £165
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SOLD Motherboard: Asus Z87 Pro – £70
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SOLD Heatsink: Corsair Hydro H100i Watercooler – £40
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SOLD SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256Gb – £65

SOLD RAM: 16Gb (2x8Gb) Corsair Vengeance Pro Silver 2133Mhz DDR3 – £65

All components have their original boxes and packaging and prices include delivery.

Thanks!

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Bournemouth
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Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – HP Microserver or Dell T20

Yeah that’s the standard CPU. I have a Xeon (E3 1225) that would work in it, but only with a cooling mod or disabling some cores in BIOS due to higher TDP. Was planning on doing a cooler mod but never got round to it.

You can get them relatively cheap new after cashback now. ECC UDIMM’s aren’t cheap though, you are looking £120+ for 16GB new, and ~£100 used. Mine also has an iLO advanced license, which generally runs about £30.

So I was thinking £175. I will check if I have the box around later today. If you wanted it with 4GB ECC instead, I would do it for £95. It’s the RAM that’s the expensive part.

I also have a bunch of other sever stuff, NIC’s, 10GB Fibre cards, so if there’s anything else you are looking for let me know.

For Sale – Xeon E5-2440V2 + Supermicro X9DBL-IF + 32GB ECC RAM

Hi All,

Have for sale a few bits that are now surplus to requirement. All purchased new by me over the past couple years and all working perfectly.

Xeon E5-2440V2 (8 core, 16thread)
Intel Xeon E5-2440V2 CPU (1.9GHz, 8 Core, 16 Threads, 20MB Cache, LGA1356 Socket, Box): Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories

Supermicro X9DBL-IF dual socket motherboard
Supermicro | Products | Motherboards | Xeon Boards | X9DBL-iF

Supermicro Cooler
SUPERMICRO SNK-P0035AP4 CPU Heatsink & Fan for Xeon Processor 3000 / 3500 / 5500, Core 2 / i7 / Pentium – Newegg.com

2 * 16GB Curcial ECC DDR3 32GB KIT
Crucial CT2K16G3ERVDD4186D 32GB (2x 16GB) DIMM 240 Pin DDR3 Memory: Amazon.co.uk: Computers & Accessories

Looking to sell everything together, ideally.

No boxes or manuals. The motherboard comes with its IO shield.

Cheers!

Price and currency: £500. Now £450. Now £425
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: BT / PPG / Cash
Location: Sheffield
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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For Sale – Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX1070 8Gb Graphics Card – £350

Hello,

This is the last component from my gaming PC that I’ve split up to sell.

The system has been used with a 1440p screen and since upgrading to the gtx1070 early this year, has been able to run every game at highest settings with no issues!

GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1070 8Gb – £350

SOLD CPU: Intel i7 4770k – £165
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SOLD Motherboard: Asus Z87 Pro – £70
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SOLD Heatsink: Corsair Hydro H100i Watercooler – £40
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SOLD SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256Gb – £65

SOLD RAM: 16Gb (2x8Gb) Corsair Vengeance Pro Silver 2133Mhz DDR3 – £65

All components have their original boxes and packaging and prices include delivery.

Thanks!

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Bournemouth
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – 1155 CPU or any CPU and Mobo

Hi all,
Looking likely that my 2550k has just gone to component heaven. Possibly the mobo (GA-Z77M-D3H) so I’m looking for replacement(s) to keep me going.

I have no real set budget but really want to keep costs as low as possible.
As per title I may try a socket 1155 cpu on it’s own or any cheap bundle with a cpu and motherboard please.

I can pay via BT, Paypal or cash in person.

Thanks for your time all, really appreciate it.

Location: Grays, Essex

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For Sale – Gigabyte G1 Gaming GTX1070 8Gb Graphics Card – £350

Hello,

This is the last component from my gaming PC that I’ve split up to sell.

The system has been used with a 1440p screen and since upgrading to the gtx1070 early this year, has been able to run every game at highest settings with no issues!

GPU: Gigabyte G1 GTX1070 8Gb – £350

SOLD CPU: Intel i7 4770k – £165
20170730_140357.jpg

20170730_142403.jpg

SOLD Motherboard: Asus Z87 Pro – £70
20170730_143632.jpg

20170730_144017.jpg

20170730_144612.jpg

SOLD Heatsink: Corsair Hydro H100i Watercooler – £40
20170730_151456.jpg

20170730_151515.jpg

20170730_151527.jpg

20170730_152254.jpg

20170730_152313_001.jpg

SOLD SSD: Samsung 840 Pro 256Gb – £65

SOLD RAM: 16Gb (2x8Gb) Corsair Vengeance Pro Silver 2133Mhz DDR3 – £65

All components have their original boxes and packaging and prices include delivery.

Thanks!

Price and currency: Various
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Bank Transfer
Location: Bournemouth
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I prefer the goods to be collected

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Wanted – 1155 CPU or any CPU and Mobo

Hi all,
Looking likely that my 2550k has just gone to component heaven. Possibly the mobo (GA-Z77M-D3H) so I’m looking for replacement(s) to keep me going.

I have no real set budget but really want to keep costs as low as possible.
As per title I may try a socket 1155 cpu on it’s own or any cheap bundle with a cpu and motherboard please.

I can pay via BT, Paypal or cash in person.

Thanks for your time all, really appreciate it.

Location: Grays, Essex

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For Sale – 2011 MacBook Air 11″

Hi,

I bought at a Macbook Air of here in February 2013, link to that thread.

For Sale – Late 2011 MacBook Air 11 inch with extras and AppleCare | AVForums

Its performed great for me since then, however I now require something a bit more powerful, so its up for sale.

I’m pricing it at £275, there is a very small mark on the side where I caught it against something, other than that I can’t find any marks.

Battery cycle count is 264, however the battery is only showing as 34.9% in Coconut. It lasts about a 1:10 without power.

Thanks for looking!

Price and currency: 275
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: BT, PayPal, Cash
Location: Southampton
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IoT device security bill mandates security standards

A piece of bipartisan legislation introduced this week would require vendors that sell to the U.S. government to meet certain IoT device security requirements.

The “Internet of Things (IoT) Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017” was introduced by U.S. Sens. Mark Warner (D-Va.) and Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) who co-chair the Senate Cybersecurity Caucus, as well as Sens. Ron Wyden (D-Ore.) and Steve Daines (R-Mont.). The bill aims to improve IoT device security for products used in the government.

“Under the terms of the bill, vendors who supply the U.S. government with IoT devices would have to ensure that their devices are patchable, do not include hard-coded passwords that can’t be changed, and are free of known security vulnerabilities, among other basic requirements,” explained a statement from Senator Warner’s office announcing the act.

The senators collaborated with experts from the Atlantic Council and the Berklett Cybersecurity Project of the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University to craft the IoT device security bill. It also encourages security researchers to help find IoT device security vulnerabilities by adopting “coordinated vulnerability disclosure policies by federal contractors and providing legal protections to security researchers” who engage in “good-faith research” and exempt them “from liability under the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act when in (sic) engaged in research pursuant to adopted coordinated vulnerability disclosure guidelines.”

“I’ve long been making the case for reforms to the outdated and overly broad Computer Fraud and Abuse Act and the Digital Millennium Copyright Act,” said Senator Wyden in the statement. “This bill is a bipartisan, common-sense step in the right direction. This bill is designed to let researchers look for critical vulnerabilities in devices purchased by the government without fear of prosecution or being dragged to court by an irritated company. Enacting this bill would also help stop botnets that take advantage of internet-connected devices that are currently ludicrously easy prey for criminals.”

The IoT device security bill would require vendors to develop patchable devices that “rely on industry standard protocols, do not use hard-coded passwords, and do not contain any known security vulnerabilities.”

The bill also specifies that the Office of Management and Budget must develop other “network-level security requirements for devices with limited data processing and software functionality.”

Vendors such as Mozilla, Cloudflare, Neustar, Symantec and VMware have already endorsed the bill, and some security experts have spoken out about it as well, including security expert Bruce Schneier. In the statement from Senator Warner’s office, Schneier said, “The proliferation of insecure Internet-connected devices presents an enormous security challenge. The risks are no longer solely about data; they affect flesh and steel. The market is not going to provide security on its own, because there is no incentive for buyers or sellers to act in anything but their self-interests.” He added that he applauds Senator Warren and the others for “nudging the market in the right direction” with the IoT device security bill, as well as recognizing the “critical role played by security researchers.”

In other news

  • A threat actor known as 31337 allegedly breached the laptop of an analyst at security vendor Mandiant before leaking the information publicly and threatening to do the same to other security analysts. Multiple reports said a Pastebin page was set up to document information gathered from the analyst’s personal laptop, Microsoft and LinkedIn accounts. The Pastebin page, which has since been taken down, reportedly also included some of the Mandiant analyst’s work files. Though there’s no evidence that those files were obtained through a breach of Mandiant’s internal networks, the threat actor still claimed it breached the internal networks of FireEye, which owns Mandiant. FireEye has released several statements since the breach, but cannot confirm or deny the validity of the information posted on Pastebin or whether the company’s internal network was breached, though it has acknowledged that the employee’s laptop and social media accounts were breached, and that at least two customers were affected. The threat actor claims it is targeting security analysts as revenge for their work against hackers.
  • Anthem Health Insurance has reported another data breach that compromised the personal health information of 18,500 members. LaunchPoint Ventures, Anthem’s insurance coordination service provider, discovered in April 2017 that an employee was involved in “identity theft related activities,” according to a statement. In July, the company learned the employee had emailed Anthem member information to his personal account, violating LaunchPoint policies. The compromised data included Medicare ID numbers, Social Security numbers, Health Plan ID numbers, contract numbers, and dates of enrollment. The statement said there’s no evidence to show that the data has been misused since the breach, but the investigation is ongoing. In 2015, another Anthem breach compromised 80 million customer records, for which the company recently agreed to a $115 million settlement.
  • Amazon has said that it will stop selling Blu Products Android phones following accusations that the phones use spyware. Ryan Johnson, research engineer and co-founder of mobile security company Kryptowire, based in Fairfax, Va., said in his Black Hat presentation that the Chinese company Shanghai Adups Technology was using spyware called Adups on at least two Android phones and collecting personal identifiable information without user consent. Blu has been criticized for using Adups despite the company’s use of spyware. As a result, Amazon said it will stop selling the Blu phones, though they are still currently available to purchase on the site. Blu Products disputes the claims that there is any spyware or malware on their devices, saying “these are inaccurate and false reports.”

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For Sale – TP-Link AC2600 Router, Range Extenders, Corsair Sabre RGB Mouse

Hello

Having a clear out now that I have settled on a networking solution for my home, so these are surplus to requirements.

Up for sale:

TP-Link AC2600 Dual Band Wireless MU-MIMO Gigabit VDSL/ADSL Modem Router – Been used for about 6 months. Not sure I have the box still, but it does come with power supply. In good condition – standard finger prints and hairline scratches on the top and a little dusty. Looking for £115 including insured delivery.

TP-Link RE305 Range AC1200 Range Extender – barely used, still has plastic cover on – £25 including insured delivery – SOLD

TP-Link N300 WA850RE – purchased as a test unit – £10 including delivery

Corsair Sabre RGB Mouse – lighted used but prefer the pro – £26 inc delivery.

Any questions, please ask.

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Price and currency: £10+
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PayPal Gift, PayM or BT
Location: Emsworth, Hampshire
Advertised elsewhere?: Not advertised elsewhere
Prefer goods collected?: I have no preference

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