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For Sale – Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/vengea…z-c16-memory-kit-white-led-cmu32gx4m4a2666c16

£250 inc

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Price and currency: £250
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
Payment method: PP or BT
Location: Great Missenden
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For Sale – Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/vengea…z-c16-memory-kit-white-led-cmu32gx4m4a2666c16

£260 inc

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Price and currency: £260
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Location: Great Missenden
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For Sale – Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

Corsair Vengeance White LED 32GB (4 x 8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz

http://www.corsair.com/en-gb/vengea…z-c16-memory-kit-white-led-cmu32gx4m4a2666c16

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For Sale – White Silverstone SG13 Sugo ITX case – £20

I’m looking to upgrade to something a bit bigger so at the end of the week I should have my white Silverstone SG13 ITX case surplus to requirements.

It’s about 6 months old and in good condition. Only marks are at the back (so not even in sight!) where a bit of the white powder coat flaked off around two of the screws that hold the cover on and a bit of paint off one of the PSU screw holes. I dabbed a bit of Tippex on just to cover these up a bit.

I’m looking for £20 for this but it will be collection only I’m afraid as it will probably be a bit bulky to post. I can look into postage on request but that will be at cost on top.

Price and currency: 20 GBP
Delivery: Goods must be exchanged in person
Payment method: Cash on Collection
Location: Great Yarmouth
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A pair of big companies explain why they jumped on board the Microsoft cloud


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Microsoft Corporate VP of
Azure Julia White

Microsoft

In the cloud service market, Microsoft finds itself
firmly in second place. 

But in trying to catch up with market leader Amazon, the
tech giant argues it has a distinct advantage — its
long history in the business software game and its
long-established relationships with companies of all sizes.
Microsoft knows how to meet companies’ needs, it argues.

That’s not just an idle boast, if my conversations with Geico and
Dun & Bradstreet are any indication. Both companies recently
turned to Microsoft’s Azure cloud service. And in both cases, the
companies saw distinct benefits to using Azure over rival
services. 

“You can tell Microsoft is hungry,” said Pat McDevitt, the chief
technology officer of Dun & Bradstreet, which recently
started experimenting with Azure. “They are doing exactly what
they need to do.”

Azure is in the spotlight this week thanks to Ignite, Microsoft’s
annual developer conference. The company typically uses Ignite to
promote its massive cloud computing platform. At this year’s
event,
Microsoft announced several tools to make it easier for large
companies in particular to use Azure. 

‘Essentially evacuating the data center’


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Fikri Larguet, Director of
IT

Geico

One big company that’s already embraced Azure is Geico. The
insurance giant began shifting over to Microsoft’s cloud
service about three years ago, said Fikri Larguet, the
company’s director of information technology. Geico’s rationale:
Owning and operating data centers and servers is both expensive
and outside its core area of expertise.

The company, which has more than 38,000 employees, is
“essentially evacuating the data center,” Larguet
said. Geico, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Berkshire
Hathaway, has been moving a little bit at a time. But over 50% of
the company’s core business services are already in the cloud and
its goal is to be “full cloud” by 2020, he said.

Larguet said his team has a mandate to “get out of the data
center business as quickly as possible.” 

Geico bet on Azure because Microsoft had already built into its
cloud service the ability to interact with lots of different
applications. That made it a smooth process for Geico
to bring over its existing software, Larguet said. Similar
support for newer tools and technologies also made it easier
for Geico to add on things like software containers, a trendy new
Silicon Valley technology for building large-scale apps. 

 The biggest challenge Geico’s faced hasn’t been technical,
Larguet said. As the team tries to adjust to a post-data center
era, Larguet is trying to teach the team to “fail fast” and
be unafraid of trying new things. For him, this is a chance for a
fresh start in the software organization. 

“We don’t want to carry over our bad habits,” he said.

‘We don’t need to be bleeding edge’


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Dun & Bradstreet CTO
Pat McDevitt

Dun &
Bradstreet


Dun & Bradstreet, a firm that’s provided data and analytics
to businesses since 1841, is taking its cloud migration a little
more slowly. 

The firm “doesn’t need to be a pioneer, doesn’t need to be
bleeding edge,” McDevitt, its CTO, said. Dun & Bradstreet
has been around the better part of two centuries; it can
afford to experiment with the cloud rather than rushing to push
everything over to it right away. And the firm has been
experimenting; it moved over some key applications to Amazon
Web Services a few years ago.

About three months ago, though, the firm started
experimenting with Azure. What appealed to Dun & Bradstreet
were Microsoft’s tools for managing data. Those tools make it
easy for companies to build cloud-based applications that
read and write from their existing databases. With them, the
firm could more quickly build mobile apps and other new-wave
tools.

McDevitt asked one of the firm’s development teams in Austin
to test Azure by using it to build a new mobile app for Dun &
Bradstreet’s clients. Although these developers’ past experience
was primarily with Amazon’s cloud service, they found it so easy
to work with Azure that they finished ahead of schedule. 

And Azure offered the firm an another benefit.
Because Microsoft has embraced technology like Docker
software containers and the Linux operating system, Azure
integrated better with Dun & Bradstreet’s existing
systems than McDevitt had first thought. Originally, the
firm was going to use Azure just for new apps. Now the firm
is considering using it for older apps also, he said. 

Microsoft worked really hard to win his business, McDevitt
said. 

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For Sale – Corsair Vengeance White LP 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 1600Mhz Low Voltage (1.35v) Memory *Boxed + Warranty*

Hi Guys,

So I have forsale some lovely Corsair Vengeance White LP 16GB (4 x 4GB) DDR3 1600Mhz Low Voltage (1.35v) Memory. The memory is fully tested, comes with a lifetime warranty and its original packaging. Happy to assist with any warranty claims if required but this can be done direct with Corsair. This low voltage low profile stuff with white heatspreaders seems to be quite rare now.

One set has had its stickers removed for a cleaner look but the stickers are included for warranty purposes in the packaging.

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Model: CML8GX3M2A1600C9W (Quantity x 2)
Specifications: Vengeance® Low Profile White — 1.35V 8GB Dual Channel DDR3 Memory Kit (CML8GX3M2A1600C9W)

Asking Only £70 Including Postage

Payment by Bank Transfer preferred but PayPal Gift and cash if you want to collect also accepted. Collection welcome from Yate near Bristol, South West England.

Thanks,

Mark

Price and currency: £70
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
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For Sale – Samsung SM961 Polaris 256GB m.2 – Asus ROG GTX 1080 Strix EKWB watercooled GPU – 3x Corsair LED FANS

3x Corsair ML120 PRO LED White 120mm Prem Magnetic Levitation Fans

Warranty: 4 Years Remaining

This sale is for 3x Corsair ML 120 LED fans. I want to sell them together, rather than split individually.
I purchased the Corsair fans last year for my new PC gaming build, they matched the theme perfectly, they look awesome at night too, check my pictures provided. I’m selling due to other commitments and i do not get time to use my PC so i’ve decided to sell the parts off. The fans are in immaculate condition, nothing missing, comes with original boxes and screws. Invoice will be provided for warranty purposes.

£50.00 Delivered

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ASUS Strix GTX 1080 EKWB watercooled GPU below

Price and currency: 110 / 50 / 540
Delivery: Delivery cost is included within my country
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Location: Bicester (Oxfordshire)
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