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Discussion in 'Buy/Sell/Trade/Giveaway Forum' started by t_ski, Oct 26, 2013.

  1. t_ski

    t_ski Former Staff

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    Time to sell some stuff I don't need. First, heatware is under t_ski (807-0-0). That's #12 out of ~99,000 heatware users :D

    RAM
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    IBM 8GB stick of DDR3 PC3-14900R-13-13-L1 ECC ram (Micron MT18JDF1G72PDZ-1G9E2HE) - $75 shipped

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    Two 8GB sticks of Samsung DDR3 PC3L-12800E ECC unbuffered ram (model # M391B1G73BH0-YK0) - SOLD!
    Two 4GB sticks of Samsung low-profile "Green" DDR3 PC3L-12800U ram (model # M379B5273DH0-YK0) - SOLD!
    Two 1GB sticks of IBM/Hynix DDR2 PC2-5300F ECC FB-DIMMs (model # HYS72T128420HFD-3S-B) - $15 shipped

    WATERCOOLING
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    Nickel plated Heatkiller 3.0 CPU waterblock (with 2011 and 1366 mounts) - block is in rough condition, as it has some corrosion in the threads (possibly more inside), scratches to the base, and some of the sealing screws have the wrench-hole stripped out (not the threads, just the hole for the tool - screws are tight). Asking $25 shipped

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    EK tube reservoir. Scratched up, has a small crack in the ube near the lid, needs cleaned, but it works. Only comes with one plug out of the four G1/4 holes - $12 shipped

    VIDEO CARDS
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    Nvidia Quadro 3700 PCIe video card - SOLD!
    Nvidia 9500GT PCIe video card - SOLD!
    Three Radeon FireGL V5100 PCIe video cards - $15 shipped each (very heavy copper heatsink)
    Two Nvidia NVS290 PCIe video cards with low-profile & full-height brackets and DMS59 to dual DVI breakout cables - SOLD!
    Random Nvidia PCIe video card pulled from an old Gateway PC - SOLD!
    Random ATI Radeon PCIe video card pulled from an old Dell PC - SOLD!

    VERIZON CELL PHONES
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    Motorola Droid X in great shape except for a small nick (about 1/8") on the corner by the headphone jack. No battery, charger (standard micro USB) or SIM card. $30 shipped
    Motorola Droid X in decent shape with an OEM shell on it. No battery, charger (standard micro USB) or SIM card. $30 shipped
    Samsung Omnia in great shape. With charging cable (Samsung style) and headphone adapter cable, no headphones or SIM card. $25 shipped

    NETWORKING
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    Intel gigabit NIC SOLD!
    Linksys wireless G PCI NIC (WMP54GS v1.1) - $6 shipped (basically free + shipping)
    Two Intel dual-gigabit NICs - PCI-X (NOT pcie) and they smell like blue smoke (sold as-is) - $6 shipped each (basically free + shipping)

    MISC
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    Dell PERC H200 two-port SAS controller card (P/N 047MCV) with SAS to SATA breakout cable (for two SATA drives) - SOLD!
    Promise Fastrak TX2300 PCI SATA 3.0 Gb/s controller - $18 shipped

    TERMS & CONDITIONS
    *Paypal is my preferred method of payment, but money orders and cash work, too.
    *I will not ship first unless you have more heat than me.
    *I am willing to deal on multiple items.
    *I'm not willing to ship outside the US at this time.
    *The only trades I am looking for right now are:

    32GB or 64GB MicroSD cards (looking for fast models here - ~90Mb/s reads)
    Reference GTX980
    Intel NUC (or similar) with i5 CPU
     
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    Ill take the Silverstone NT-06 Pro

    PM sent

    Heat is Jetster12
     
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    pm replied. NT-06 pending.
     
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    I'll take the "One 160GB WD1600SB (IDE) - $19 shipped" just PM me your paypal. Thanks in advance. :)
     
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    PM sent - drive pending
     
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    Payment sent. Thank you!
     
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    sold
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    ttt4u
     
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    Great seller. Everything arrived in great shape bump. Eval left on your heat thanks
     
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    Thanks guys :toast:

    The WD 160GB IDE and CM Hyper are sold
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Up ya go
     
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    Updated the list and dropped the price on the camera. Again. :(
     
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    considering the Camera. Can you take some low light macro shots and post them?

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    Possibly - have something in mind? How low is "low?"
     
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    How about a close up of a hardware part in a room at night with just the room light. (60w) So no direct light or sunlight coming through the windows. Reviews say it can be grainy in low light. Do you find this to be true? I need a camera but it needs to take good close up shots in weird lighting. I just don't have the $500+ to get a camera with a large sensor. Or if you have any recommendations I'm listening. I not real educated when it comes to cameras
     
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    Here are two quick shots. I admit, I don't have a room in the house that just has 60W of light :D However, this is from my desk which is kinda in a dark part of the basement, and it's night out so no extra sunlight. All I did was set the camera to macro mode and snapped these two, just making sure my hands were steady. The lighting in the pic is mostly from my LCD monitors. Yes, there is some noise that is clearly visible when you view the images full size, but if you are reposting them online you're going to resize and remove nearly all of it anyway.

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    TBH, I usually use a tripod and lots of light. For examples of that, check out the build logs in my sig. These were both photographed with this camera, and the only editing was to reduce the resolution to something more friendly to posting on these forums.
     
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    Thanks. Let me think about it.
     
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    That's a damn sweet deal on the camera I have an FZ35 myself and it destroys normal point and shoots and was a great "bridge" to higher end cameras :p The zoom is impressive too
     
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    I watched a baseball game in Washington, DC a little over a year ago. I was in the bleachers by the outfield and was getting my zoom out so I could identify the players better during warm-ups :D
     
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    stinger608 Dedicated TPU Cruncher & Folder

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    Yea I can't believe that you haven't sold that awesome camera yet!
     
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    Did you accidentally remove the image of the CPUs?
     
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    Doh! Good catch. I have the same list everywhere, but those are the only items I don't have a photo for at the moment. Just took them off the list...
     
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