All parts are in good working condition. Shipping is on top of listed prices. You can save money in shipping by buying more than 1 item. All prices are flexible. I am open to reasonable negotiation. GPUs
Bought this laptop for a VR trade show event we were hosting and never even opened it due to booth constraints. Don't feel like getting killed on ebay fees so trying here first. I have not sold here before but you can check my seller page on ebay here where I sell other tech items: https://feedback.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewFeedback2&userid=thegearguyz&myworld=true&items=25&iid=-1&de=off&which=positive&interval=365 Looking for Venmo, Paypal, or Bitcoin. Will priority Fed Ex to you, with signature required to protect both of us. timestamp here Here is a link to the product from Dell, all settings maxed out: http://www.dell.com/en-us/shop/dell-laptops/alienware-15/spd/alienware-15-laptop/dkcwkblf007s Here is warranty info: Premium Support: Expires: August 25, 2019 Onsite Service After Remote Diagnosis (Consumer Customer)/ Next Business Day Onsite After Remote Diagnosis (Commercial Customer) Expires: August 26, 2019 Configuration info from the service tag below. I can provide service tag if you want to PM me and verify this info. Can also send pictures 210-AJSS : Alienware 15 R3 631-ABHJ : Kaby Lake Driver 658-BCSC : Microsoft Office 30 Day Trial 400-ANVT : 1TB PCIe SSD (Boot) + 1TB PCIe SSD (Storage) + 1TB 7200RPM S ATA 6Gb/s (Storage) 450-AAGO : US Power Cord 450-AAJI : 240W AC Adapter 340-ACQQ : No Option Included 389-BLST : Intel Core i7 Processor Label 340-AGUD : Safety/Environment and Regulat ory Guide (English/French) 555-BCRM : Killer 1535 802.11ac 2x2 WiFi and Bluetooth 4.2 817-BBBP : None Required 451-BBXO : Lithium Ion (99 Wh) Battery 658-BCUO : Additional Software 619-AHCY : Windows 10 Home (64bit) Englis h 340-BJQF : Placemat (English,French,BRPT, Spanish) 490-BDHS : NVIDIA(R) GeForce(R) GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5 555-BDJV : Killer N1435/1535 Driver KBL 370-ADGP : 32GB, DDR4, 2400MHz 391-BDEY : 15.6 inch FHD (1920 x 1080) 12 0Hz TN+WVA Anti-Glare 400-nits Display 338-BLIC : Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-7820HK (Q uad-Core, 8MB Cache, Overclock ing up to 4.4GHz) 332-1530 : Dell.com Order 580-AFPS : English Backlit Keyboard, powe red by AlienFX 389-BRFC : Regulatory Label 340-AAPP : Direct ship Info Mod 340-BJDK : Shipping Material 817-BBBB : No FGA
[US-NC] [H] Gigabyte 7950, Sapphire 7970 GHz edition, Thermaltake and Antec 750w 80+ Gold PSU's, Intel 1155 CPU's, PCIe risers and adapters, display adapters, crossfire bridges (round 3!) [W] Bitcoin, Litecoin, PayPal, open to trades (mini itx mobo, PS4, etc)
I've got a lot of very well taken care of parts I'm now looking to sell. All parts are around 6 months old and I can provide the S/N to look up the warranty as well as pictures upon request. All prices are SHIPPED! PARTS:
Selling both/Click me for pictures: Wireless-AC1900 PCI-E Adapter (PCE-AC68) $70 Shipped This comes with refurbished box, base, antenna, etc., Used for approximately 3 months. Wireless-AC3100 PCIe Adapter (PCE-AC88) $90 Shipped This comes with original box, base, antenna, etc., Used for approximately 3 months. Both have the slightest defect of the screw slot being slightly bent in. However, it doesn't affect the performance of the cards at all. They both work great. I was able to try out powerline av2000 and it worked better albeit slower than these cards, but for my steam link the powerline became highly invaluable. The AC cards did stream to the steam link very well though on the beautiful setting (be aware I own a RT-AC5300 so YMMV), it just had a hiccup every half hour or so.
I have access to a 6'x10' gantry CNC with a 4.5kW spindle and I'm totally lost on the parts of a CNC machine/I have a super shallow knowledge base about machine in general. My totally wrong look on CNC parts with circuit boards: - Why can't i get a PC with the latest most powerful CPU to control the whole machine? Why do i need 4 big thingies (drivers) to control how the machine move in xyz, what are drivers and why are they so big that they need to be installed on a big pcb and have their own air cooling(i guess the big pcb includes the CNC's main control panel too)? - What's the advantage of a stand alone control panel with it's own OS for a CNC machine? How is it better than a pc that can install any program to control the machine and update frequently? - Are the controls of a CNC machine very complex? Why dont they make 'add-ons' that can be inserted into pcie slot of a pc and make use of its cpu's processing power that's much more powerful and cheaper than specialized pcb? I know specialized pcb/processors are made to run more efficiently/faster on specific tasks, but are CNC operations as complex as bitcoin mining or server os that need their own pcb? -I heard some horror story that CNC machine's that uses a pc as control panel could get nasty viruses and brick the whole mechanical thing and it's other digital parts, which doesn't make much sense, i could just get a new pc n plug in with newly installed control software and the mechanical parts should work. Is there truth to it? - I guess my general feeling is that PC parts are much more accessible and cheaper Thanks in advance for any answer and your patience for reading my stupid questions!
[USA] [H] Asus Pcie-ac66 AC Standard Wireless card with antenna Array, AMD Athlon II x3 2.7ghz processor, [W] Bitcoins / Paypal
My Haswell motherboard doesn't play nicely with the Asus Wireless Card(Everything else that isn't Haswell works with it though), and the AMD Athlon II was pulled from a motherboard that broke. Update: Here is the pic of the amd processor. http://imgur.com/i78YP55 Here is the pic of the wireless card. http://imgur.com/fybQpFB
Bitcoin Full Node: I repurposed some gaming computer parts and built a full node. (With Pics.)
I've been buying some Bitcoin lately and was interested in building a full node so I repurposed some old gaming computer parts that I had lying around. Here's the computer specifications and costs of new parts:
**Intel i5-6500k CPU-** A 4 core CPU that was a good gaming CPU back in its day. (Repurposed)
** Zalman CNPS9900MAX-B CPU Cooler - ** Cooler that was on the CPU/Motherboard when it was used for gaming. (Repurposed)
**MSI Z170A Gaming M5 Motherboard -** A good gaming and overclocking motherboard. (Repurposed)
**16GB G Skill 2400MHz RAM -** Great RAM for gaming and very fast at the time. (Repurposed)
**XFX 550w Power Supply (Gold) -** Rock solid power supply. (Repurposed.)
**Phanteks Eclipse 300A Computer Case -** Good quality case. $59.99 @ Amazon
**Sandisk SSD Plus 1TB Internal SSD -** Good quality SSD with room to grow with the Bitcoin network. $99.99 @ Amazon
**Windows 10 OS Key -** Couldn't find the original key that went with the motherboard. $34.99 @ Kinguin.net
Cost of new parts for this computer: $235.00 USD My observations: This computer is way overkill for a Bitcoin Full Node but works really great! I was unsure of what was really required for a computer to run a full node but after having this computer up and running for a few days I have a much better understanding. It hardly uses the CPU at all. I think that this is why you can run a full node on a Raspberry PI. The CPU on this computer typically runs at less than 5% utilization and more like 2%. It is basically sitting at idle all the time. I upped the data cache memory available in the Bitcoin GUI (Don't really know if this works or not?) to 5000 MB. The most RAM that I have used in several days of running has been less than 4 GB. (4000 MB) Once you get it up and running you need to open port 8333 on your router or it won't allow other computers to connect to you. Once you have port 8333 open, 20 computers will be able to connect to you and you will be able to connect to 10. There is very little documentation in how to do this (No step by step.) because all routers are slightly different and use slightly different terminology. It is not really that difficult. What you really want to do is called "port forwarding" and you want to find those settings in your router and port forward port 8333 in both directions. (Hope that made some sense. I'm not very good with networks!) My WiFi network and the connection to this computer is fast. I pay for 400 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up and I have a WiFi 6 router and a WiFi 6 adapter card in this computer. Speedtest says that this computer is connected at 380 Mbps down and 20 Mbps up. I'm about 40 feet away from the router. The Bitcoin Full Node is always transferring data on the network. It seems to be in small packets/batches but it is always sending or receiving or both. It doesn't use much bandwidth at one time so shouldn't cause lag on your network. In my case it typically stays under 500 Kbps but will on occasion spike briefly to 2000 Kbps (2 Mbps). I was very curious as to how much electricity this computer would use so that I could determine if I could afford to leave it on 24/7 or not. I plugged the computer into a watt meter that you can see in the pics. The computer swings between 32 and 35 watts while up and running on the Bitcoin network. This is like idle speed for this computer IMHO. 35 watts running 24 hours = 840 watt hours 840 watt hours X 30 days = 25200 watt hours or 25.2 Kwhs (Kilowatt hours is how you are charged by your utility) My utility charges $.12 per kilowatt hour so... 25.2 Kwh X $.12 = $3.03 USD per month. I hope I can afford that! Here's some pics: Bitcoin Full Node from Repurposed Parts
So I first heard about FPGAs from Linus Tech Tips. I've been doing some research and I still don't fully understand how these things work. The way I figure it right now is you program whatever instruction set you want into it and then it runs code for that instruction set. Is this correct? I've seen posts about people using them for gaming and even bitcoin mining. Makes sense for mining, I guess kinda like a virtual ASIC. How does it work with gaming though? Virtual GPU? Virtual CPU cores perhaps? My main interest in them is simulations development. I got simulations that take a long time to compute. Can I just take one of these, stick it in a PCIe slot, create a custom instruction set for my purposes, and then run bytecode on it? If so, how much faster should I expect it to run compared to running equivalent C++ code on a plain ol' CPU? Assuming an average-quality instruction set considering I'd clearly be a noob at this. Thanks for reading!
Hey y'all! So I've been having a bit of an issue with my PC. Throughout windows it seems as though there isn't any anti-aliasing happening. The lines look jagged and sometimes I get these texture waves/shimmer. I've tried so many things. -reinstalling drivers -messing with nvidia control panel -replaced displayport cables/switch to HDMI -messing with monitor settings (2x VG27AQ) -reinstalled windows 10 pro -reseated the graphics card -display settings in windows I had a bitcoin mining virus that I dealt with and removed with malwarebytes. I also had a instance where I case swapped my pc and when removing the graphics card the plastic pcie clip that locks the card came off with it. I was able to put it back on as well as reseating the card with out it and it made no difference. So I'm a bit at a loss. The aliasing is especially noticeable when viewing HD/4K videos in a small windows instead of in full screen. Games seem to be running fine and anti-aliasing works on Warzone for example. Overall the Windows UI seems jagged and not as sharp as I remember. Here's a screenshot: https://imgur.com/a/vEqiaOV Full Specs: Ryzen 9 3900x EVGA 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra 32GB G.Skill Trident Z 3200mhz 750W Corsair PSU Samsung Evo Plus 970 1TB Infinnet DP Cables 2x VG27AQ 165hz monitors
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