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For Sale – Water cooler (CPU) and Phanteks Case

I have a Corsair water cooler for a socket 2011 (or similar) for sale.
Mathis screws directly into the board.
Its in great condition. £40

I also have a Phanteks case for sale too. These are VERY good quality full sized cases.
The side is part metal part Perspex.
£20 collected

Will get photos up later.

SOLD: I have the following for sale (or I ill do tomorrow when my upgrade arrives).
Note, the GPU is not included (but will be for sale when the 3080 is out).

So this is the…

Gigabyte Mobo
Intel processor
16gb ram

I have no idea what all the numbers mean, but just done screen shots of these now so you know they are fully working.

This has NEVER been overclocked (I have absolutely no idea where to start).

You will need a CPU cooler as I will be keeping my water cooler for my new CPU.

This has ran all recent games like, Assetto Corsa Competizione in VR, Warzone (CoD), Red Read Redemption, Dirt Rally 2, etc.

Not sure what to ask, but thought about £250?

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Tableau Foundation, Splash fight for clean water in schools

Data is one of the tools being used in the fight for clean water in schools in Ethiopia and India, and the Tableau Foundation is helping provide both the funds and technology that turn information into a vehicle for change.

At the recently completed Tableau Conference 2019 in Las Vegas, the vendor revealed a $1 million grant through the Tableau Foundation to support Splash in its effort to provide safe water, sanitation and hygiene programs to urban schools throughout Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and Kolkata, India, by 2023.

Through its foundation, Tableau is also providing Splash with free licenses to use its platform, access to Tableau’s network of partners, and free tech support.

Splash, meanwhile, is a global nonprofit organization working to ensure safe water, sanitation and access to proper hygiene to children living in urban poverty throughout Asia and Africa.

The Tableau Foundation had already been connected with Splash for three years, giving the group small grants in recent years. The foundation made the $1 million commitment to Splash a few months before the conference.

In total, the Tableau Foundation and Splash are hoping to reach approximately a million children — more than 450,000 in Addis Ababa and more than 450,000 in Kolkata — over a five-year period. And once success is proved in those cities, Splash hopes to broaden its reach to other cities throughout Ethiopia and India.

“What it means is the kids will have lower rates of diarrheal diseases so they actually can attend schools and improve education outcomes,” said Neal Myrick, global head of the Tableau Foundation. “Girls who are going into puberty can get help during their menstrual periods and they don’t have to skip school during that time.

“It’s a health-related thing that has direct education outcomes, and then the broader community takes advantage of the clean water systems that are installed in the schools,” he continued.

Splash's schedule for providing clean water to more than 400,000 children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, is displayed on a dashboard.
A dashboard displays Splash’s projected schedule for providing clean water to more than 400,000 children in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

What data can do

Currently, Splash is providing water, sanitation and hygiene access to 16% of the schools in Addis Ababa and 19% of the schools in Kolkata.

Data will play a major role in helping Splash reach its goal of expanding that reach to approximately 1 million children by 2023, said Eric Stowe, founder and CEO of Splash.

Data will be a means of convincing municipalities to allow Splash to come into their schools, and also toward convincing potential donors to contribute the funds Splash needs to continue its work.

“It’s hard to get a government to move on something,” Stowe said. “Moving a city forward is hard unless you have good data for them to look at — you’re not going to get the minister of education in a city to act with Excel spreadsheets. You have to show them how you’re moving the needle.”

We’re using Tableau to show big data sets in meaningful ways that we’ve never been able to do before.
Eric StoweFounder and CEO, Splash

Before using Tableau, Splash had stories of individual people and schools it could tell, but those anecdotes didn’t tell the full story.

They didn’t demonstrate what Splash could do at scale; for example, what Splash could do for 500,000 children instead of just 500.

“We’re using Tableau to show big data sets in meaningful ways that we’ve never been able to do before,” Stowe said. “We need to show governments we can be cost-effective at scale so they allow us to go into other cities.”

Splash’s stack

Beginning in 2011, Splash began publishing its data online, showing its work on an internally designed website called ProvingIt.

Proving it, however, proved to be cumbersome for Splash.

Not only was the data entry process difficult, so was the data management and data preparation, which required manual manipulation.

Splash needed something better.

“It was unwieldy,” Stowe said. “There were redundant data entries, and it wasn’t pulling data from a controlled resource.”

With the help of Tableau, Splash was able to completely redesign its analytics stack from data entry through insight, and do so in a mere 10 weeks.

Splash now uses CommCare to collect data on the ground, using Salesforce as its customer relationship management system, Microsoft Azure and Snowflake for data warehousing, Alteryx to clean its data, and finally Tableau to visualize the data. Meanwhile, it uses Mapbox as its mapping tool.

Coincidentally, Salesforce and Tableau are in the process of combining forces after Salesforce acquired Tableau in June for $15.7 billion.

Beyond Splash

Splash is one of about two dozen nonprofit organizations and projects the Tableau Foundation is helping with both funding and technology.

Others include a project called Community Solutions that uses software training and financial support to combat homelessness in 50 U.S. cities; Visualize No Malaria, which is attempting to eliminate malaria in Zambia by 2021; and projects to battle climate change.

Most, according to Myrick, are like the Tableau Foundation’s commitment to Splash in that they involve more than simply contributing money to a cause. Although Tableau said at its 2018 user conference that it planned to commit $100 million from 2018 to 2025 to philanthropic works, when it teams with an organization, it does so with a clearer goal and timeframe in mind.

Visualize No Malaria, for example, represents — to date since 2014 — a $4 million commitment from the Tableau Foundation, and in the five years since the project began, due to better data that has led to faster action, Myrick said that there has been a 90% decline in malaria death and an 80% decline in malaria cases in Zambia’s Southern Province.

“Now, when a clinic director is looking at a dashboard, she is seeing the number of active cases discovered, people tested, people treated, and that data are no more than a week old,” Myrick said. “That lets her better allocate and target her scarce resources. Now Zambia is committed to roll that process out nationwide, and they’re also rolling into Senegal and Ethiopia.”

Next for Splash

Now that Splash has secured a $1 million grant from the Tableau Foundation, as well as $8 million from the Ethiopian government and is in the process of trying to secure $4 million from India’s government — part of $45 million it eventually hopes to raise — it can move beyond the beginning phase of its projects in Addis Ababa and Kolkata.

According to Stowe, while 2019 was focused on pilot projects — starting small — 2020 will focus on developing a model so that school projects will go as smoothly as possible. The next three years will then focus squarely on reaching the goal of providing clean water, sanitation and hygiene education to more than 1,500 schools and nearly a million children.

Data, meanwhile, will continue to be Splash’s tool for carrying out its mission.

“We need to be able to show and convince governments of the cost efficiencies and the direct impact we can make, and the increase we can provide in education for girls in particular,” Stowe said. “We also need to show schools where they land on the spectrum compared to other schools, if they’re the gold standard or if they’re laggards.”

He added that data is important when meeting with donors as well.

“We need to show that the funds are being used effectively,” Stowe said, “and that we’re on schedule or ahead.”

The look of the data, however, differs depending on who is viewing it.

Different dashboards are designed for different audiences — governments, schools, donors, even finance teams — taking advantage of perhaps Tableau’s greatest strength.

“We need really good data,” Stowe said, “that is convincing as hell.”

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These innovations are driving collaboration in the Cascadia region | Microsoft On The Issues

As far as enviable commutes go, a short hop in a seaplane, flying over water and past snow-capped mountains, is up there.

Connecting Seattle and Vancouver, a recently launched flight route is testament to the growing ties between the locations.

The two-way trading relationship between Canada and the United States remains one of the largest in the world – and the links between British Columbia and Washington state are growing. In 2016, the launch of the Cascadia Innovation Corridor formalized the connection. And a July 2019 study also found that a high-speed rail line connecting Vancouver, Seattle and Portland could bring $355 billion in economic growth in the region.

Here are a few of the ways this region is coming together.

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Innovation at scale

Microsoft, along with many other business, academic and research institutions, has been working to maximize the opportunities the corridor presents – and the Canadian Digital Technology Supercluster consortium is one example.

Bringing together names in tech, healthcare and natural resources, this consortium hopes to advance technologies by developing innovation and talent. It will also be a boon to the local economy, with the goal of creating 50,000 B.C. jobs over the next 10 years, fuelling growth across multiple sectors and expanding opportunity across the region.

A meeting of minds

Home to some of the world’s leading research and medical organizations, the Cascadia region is also aiming to become a global leader in biomedical data science and health technology innovation.

Stock image of people working in technology

Accelerating cancer research has been a key target. Working in collaboration with the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Microsoft has established the Cascadia Data Discovery Initiative, which is tackling the barriers that make research breakthroughs difficult, such as data discovery and access.

Microsoft’s partnership with BC Cancer is taking another approach to finding a cure for the disease. Using Azure, scientists can collaboratively analyze vast amounts of data, accelerating the pace of research. Interns from the Microsoft Garage program have been working to take this a step further, using the HoloLens platform to create mixed reality tools to help researchers visualize the structure of a tumor.

Inspiring the next generation

Work is also happening at the grass-roots level, helping to create the next generation of graduates ready to build the technologies of the future. Through a partnership with Microsoft, the British Columbia Institute of Technology is delivering a first-of-its-kind mixed-reality curriculum, with the goal of training students for jobs in digital media and entertainment along the Cascadia Corridor.

British Columbia students are also benefiting from a Microsoft initiative to help high schools build computer science programs. The TEALS program first started in Washington state in 2009 and recently expanded to B.C. It pairs computer science professionals with teachers, giving schools the training and support to help their students build skills for in-demand local careers.

A lesson for others

The Cascadia Corridor is already helping Vancouver, Seattle and the region achieve more than they could do independently.

A steering committee established at the end of 2018 will help build on the economic opportunities, growing human capital in the region, investing in and expanding transport and infrastructure, and helping to foster an ecosystem that encourages innovation.

For more on the Cascadia Corridor and other Microsoft work follow @MSFTIssues on Twitter.

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For Sale – Watercooling parts – Fittings, radiators, pump/res combos, etc.

I have for sale various water cooling parts. Some of these have recently been removed from my own system, as I’ve decided to move back to air. All parts were used with clear coolant, however as normal with water cooling parts will need a clean before using.

Unless otherwise stated, all of the items are in good condition but may have a few marks, missing paint around screw holes, or slight ware.

EKWB EK-XRES 140 Revo D5 RGB PWM Pump and Reservoir – A couple of small marks on the tube, however in very good condition. Will come boxed with I believe all the parts. £100
EK XE 240 Radiator – The threads on one side of this were either stripped or never punched correctly, so it can only be mounted text side down. £25
EK SE 240 Radiator – A little dusty in the picture!. £20
EK-RES X3 Multiport top – £10
EK-RES X3 Internal Tube 12/16 40mm – £2
EK-Supremacy MX – With LGA 115x fittings. £20
EK-UNI Pump Bracket (120mm FAN) – £6

Fittings:
EK Plug x 3 – £2 each.
EK-ACF 10/16mm Nickel Compression fittings x 10 – £4 each.
EK-AF 90 degree Nickel Rotary fitting x 3 – £4 each.
Barrow Matte Black Plug x 4 – £2 each.
Barrow Matte Black 90 degree rotary fitting x 6 – £3.50 each.
Barrow Matte Black ‘Choice’ 3/8 – 5/8 Flexible Tube Compression Fitting x 10 – £3.50 each.
Barrow Matte Black Mini Valve – £13.
Barrow Matte Black 5mm extender – £2

Tubing:
EK-Tube ZMT Matte Black 16/10mm (284 cm in length) – Unused. £10
Mayhems Ultra Clear Watercooling Tubing (3/8 – 5/8) 16/10mm (211 cm in length) – Unused. £3

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For Sale – Custom gaming PC tower (Ryzen 7 1700, GTX 1080Ti, 32GB RAM, NZXT water cooler)

Specs are below

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8c/16t CPU @ 3.9GHz (Works at 3.925MHz)
NZXT Kraken X41 RGB CPU water cooler
Gigabyte nVidia Windforce GTX 1080Ti in white
Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 Motherboard
G.skill Cas 16 3200Mhz (2x16GB) RAM (Runs at 2800Mhz, worked at 2933Mhz but I keep everything down a step because I’m paranoid)
256GB Crucial SATA III SSD
3TB Toshiba 7200rpm HDD
BE QUIET! BN242 600W PSU

The case is a cooler master masterbox lite with a tempered glass side panel that has been modded to allow for vertical GPU mounting.

Many of the original boxes and warranties are still available. It was purchased around October 2017.
Selling as had very little use due to no time for gaming, everything is almost in new condition, works fine and I played a little rocket league on it this morning.

Collection is ideal so I can show you everything working. Offers welcome.

Price and currency: £950
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Location: Leicestershire
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Why Microsoft thinks the future of water depends on the future of technology innovation – Microsoft Green Blog

Clean drinking water is critical to all life, but unfortunately it is not easily available for everyone around the globe. According to the World Health Organization, nearly a billion people around the world lack a basic drinking water service, and at least two billion use a drinking water source that is contaminated with feces.

This situation will only become more acute as populations grow and the planet continues to warm. In fact, WHO suggests that by 2025 nearly half of the world’s population will have a difficult time accessing clean, drinkable water. In areas already stricken by drought or lacking in water sanitation facilities, things will only become direr as climate change exacerbates the strain on water resources. Beyond the immediate humanitarian impact of water shortages, the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) noted that water availability and quality could become a primary pressure point for society under climate change. Given this, it’s no surprise that access to water routinely makes the top five of the list of global risks identified annually by the World Economic Forum.

This view of the future, of course, presumes we continue business as usual. But water is in the midst of a digital transformation that promises a much brighter future, and nowhere is this more apparent than at World Water Week. I had the pleasure of attending this yearly event on behalf of Microsoft last week, delivering our vision of the promise of technology to address both water quality and quantity issues. I was joined by hundreds of governments, businesses and civil society leaders, who also shared their reasons for being optimistic about the future of water.

In addition to speaking, we made a new commitment. Microsoft is proud to join the UN CEO Water Mandate, a collaborative effort of corporations and NGOs designed to assist companies in the development, implementation and disclosure of corporate water stewardship practices and policies.

We’ve diligently pursued water stewardship across our global operations, and one of our most ambitious projects was our new Silicon Valley campus. Last year, we announced that campus would be one of the first net-zero potable water tech campuses in the world. 100% of the buildings non-drinking water will come from rainfall or on-site recycled water – beyond drinking fountains and sinks not a drop of water for more than 2,000 employees and 15 acres of landscape will come from municipal sources. In addition, we’re designing our campus with the nearby wetlands in mind and taking steps to improve our local water environment.

As a global technology company, we know we can have an even greater impact by empowering others beyond our four walls. One example of how we’ve applied technology to the water space is the Water Risk Monetizer, a powerful tool built in partnership with Ecolab and Trucost. The tool shows the costs of using water in every step of business operation, from manufacturing to delivery, and can give companies an idea of how those costs will increase if water becomes a limited resource. This helps them manage water more effectively and has the potential to reduce water consumption in many different industries.

We’re also working to apply AI to the issue of water. Through our AI for Earth program, a $50M over five-year program, Microsoft is putting AI tools into the hands of individuals and organizations working on the frontlines of environmental challenges, including water. To date, 20 percent of our 137 AI for Earth grantees are working on water-related projects. Our grantees work on the breadth of issues – some use AI to map coastal ecosystems to create a more accurate view of coastal resilience and inform real-time conservation and disaster response efforts, while others work on the impact of storm water or Superfund sites on local water resources, and still others are working to better predict, track and prevent floods. We’re particularly excited about the use of AI to inform and address water scarcity. WetDATA is creating a water data and innovation hub that collects and disseminates information on water scarcity and risks to drive informed, data-driven, decisions regarding water practices. They also encourage researchers to discover and innovate new ways to conserve water with the hopes of driving water sustainability in a myriad of industries.

We’re looking forward to expanding our work, both within our operations and through AI for Earth, in the coming year. After a week at SIWI, I’m even more encouraged about the digital transformation of water. We think that the glass is half full of water solutions already and are confident that those working on today’s pressing water challenges will be able to use AI and machine learning to fill the glass the rest of the way.

For Sale – Custom gaming PC tower (Ryzen 7 1700, GTX 1080Ti, 32GB RAM, NZXT water cooler)

Specs are below

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9GHz (Works at 3.925MHz)
NZXT Kraken X41 RGB CPU water cooler
Gigabyte nVidia Windforce GTX 1080Ti in white
Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 Motherboard
G.skill Cas 16 3200Mhz (2x16GB) RAM (Runs at 2800Mhz, worked at 2933Mhz but I keep everything down a step because I’m paranoid)
256GB Crucial SATA III SSD
3TB Toshiba 7200rpm HDD
BE QUIET! BN242 600W PSU

The case is a cooler master masterbox lite with a tempered glass side panel that has been modded to allow for vertical GPU mounting.

Many of the original boxes and warranties are still available. It was purchased around October 2017.
Selling as had very little use due to no time for gaming, everything is almost in new condition, works fine and I played a little rocket league on it this morning.

Collection is ideal so I can show you everything working. Offers welcome.

Price and currency: £950
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash or BT
Location: Leicestershire
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For Sale – Custom gaming PC tower (Ryzen 7 1700, GTX 1080Ti, 32GB RAM, NZXT water cooler)

Specs are below

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9GHz (Works at 3.925MHz)
NZXT Kraken X41 RGB CPU water cooler
Gigabyte nVidia Windforce GTX 1080Ti in white
Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 Motherboard
G.skill Cas 16 3200Mhz (2x16GB) RAM (Runs at 2800Mhz, worked at 2933Mhz but I keep everything down a step because I’m paranoid)
256GB Crucial SATA III SSD
3TB Toshiba 7200rpm HDD
BE QUIET! BN242 600W PSU

The case is a cooler master masterbox lite with a tempered glass side panel that has been modded to allow for vertical GPU mounting.

Many of the original boxes and warranties are still available. It was purchased around October 2017.
Selling as had very little use due to no time for gaming, everything is almost in new condition, works fine and I played a little rocket league on it this morning.

Collection is ideal so I can show you everything working. Offers welcome.

Price and currency: £950
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash or BT
Location: Leicestershire
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For Sale – Custom gaming PC tower (Ryzen 7 1700, GTX 1080Ti, 32GB RAM, NZXT water cooler)

Specs are below

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 @ 3.9GHz (Works at 3.925MHz)
NZXT Kraken X41 RGB CPU water cooler
Gigabyte nVidia Windforce GTX 1080Ti in white
Gigabyte AB350 Gaming 3 Motherboard
G.skill Cas 16 3200Mhz (2x16GB) RAM (Runs at 2800Mhz, worked at 2933Mhz but I keep everything down a step because I’m paranoid)
256GB Crucial SATA III SSD
3TB Toshiba 7200rpm HDD
BE QUIET! BN242 600W PSU

The case is a cooler master masterbox lite with a tempered glass side panel that has been modded to allow for vertical GPU mounting.

Many of the original boxes and warranties are still available. It was purchased around October 2017.
Selling as had very little use due to no time for gaming, everything is almost in new condition, works fine and I played a little rocket league on it this morning.

Collection is ideal so I can show you everything working. Offers welcome.

Price and currency: £950
Delivery: Delivery cost is not included
Payment method: Cash or BT
Location: Leicestershire
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For Sale – EVGA GTX 1080ti FTW3 and EK Waterblock

For sale I have a EVGA gtx 1080ti FTW3 with the correct water block from EKWB.
The graphics card has barely been used and has sat redundant in my pc for the last three months as ive switched back to console gaming. It is attached to my EVGA account and will come with the original box, however there is no receipt.
It has NEVER been overclocked and has only been used to run 1080p games.

The water block is unused as I have decided to not add it as the temps were fine. The water block hasn’t even been removed from its packaging only to check that it was complete. I believe i also have a backplate for it but will check to confirm this

Selling as i eventually intend to get a cheaper card as im not using the full potential.
As it is currently sat in the computer i will take some photographs once i get home this evening.
Collection is preferred as i can show you the card in action to alleviate any concerns.

Ideally im looking for £600 for the card, or £650 with the water block as a package.
The product links are here
EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti FTW3 GAMING, 11G-P4-6696-KR, 11GB GDDR5X, iCX Technology – 9 Thermal Sensors & RGB LED G/P/M
EK-FC1080 GTX Ti FTW3 – Nickel – EK Webshop

Price and currency: 650
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Bank transfer, ppg
Location: Birmingham
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