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Topic # 191462 5-Feb-2016 08:01
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Hi there

I'm looking to buy a USB 3.0 PCI-E card like this one:
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FCQPVI8/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_awd_j95SwbNEYXP1M

Anything with 4 or more ports. And one that uses molex power if possible and one internal USB.
2nd hand is fine

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Edit: fixed the link


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  Reply # 1485531 5-Feb-2016 08:01
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.





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  Reply # 1485551 5-Feb-2016 08:10
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pretty hard to get cheaper than this.   free international shipping.  will be slower to get here than a local shop, but its pretty cheap.


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  Reply # 1485560 5-Feb-2016 08:13
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reven:

 

pretty hard to get cheaper than this.   free international shipping.  will be slower to get here than a local shop, but its pretty cheap.

 

 

Thanks revan, I did see those, but I wanted to see if I could recycle one someone already has in the country.

 

But ebay will be my 2nd place to look if I have no luck here :)


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  Reply # 1485566 5-Feb-2016 08:34
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Just watch the more than 4 ports ones, they are often just a 2 port chip and then a couple of 4 port hubs on it, so you are already down one level of hub and limited on the number of devices you can connect.





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  Reply # 1485587 5-Feb-2016 08:52
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I have a new unused one on the shelf.  Bought it thinking a client would want a USB3 upgrade but nobody ever asked.

 

$30 delivered if you happen to want it (or west Auckland pickup), which is below cost.  Comes with a SATA to Molex adapter.  Specs on our supplier web site are very light.

 

http://www.cdlnz.com/productimages/jpegs/aocpeu34p.jpg 





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  Reply # 1485744 5-Feb-2016 10:44
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Dynamic:

 

I have a new unused one on the shelf.  Bought it thinking a client would want a USB3 upgrade but nobody ever asked.

 

$30 delivered if you happen to want it (or west Auckland pickup), which is below cost.  Comes with a SATA to Molex adapter.  Specs on our supplier web site are very light.

 

http://www.cdlnz.com/productimages/jpegs/aocpeu34p.jpg 

 

 

Would you be able to provide a model please? And I would probably just get it delivered if I decode to get it since I'm out east/central most of the time.


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  Reply # 1485801 5-Feb-2016 11:40
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tek:

 

Dynamic:

 

I have a new unused one on the shelf.  Bought it thinking a client would want a USB3 upgrade but nobody ever asked.

 

$30 delivered if you happen to want it (or west Auckland pickup), which is below cost.  Comes with a SATA to Molex adapter.  Specs on our supplier web site are very light.

 

http://www.cdlnz.com/productimages/jpegs/aocpeu34p.jpg 

 

 

Would you be able to provide a model please? And I would probably just get it delivered if I decode to get it since I'm out east/central most of the time.

 

AOC-PE-U34P is what the importer has the model number listed as.  That could mean AOC is the manufacturer and it is a PE-U34P card.  It's been on our shelf for 18 months but is still a current model.





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  Reply # 1485827 5-Feb-2016 11:58
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Dynamic:

 

tek:

 

Dynamic:

 

I have a new unused one on the shelf.  Bought it thinking a client would want a USB3 upgrade but nobody ever asked.

 

$30 delivered if you happen to want it (or west Auckland pickup), which is below cost.  Comes with a SATA to Molex adapter.  Specs on our supplier web site are very light.

 

http://www.cdlnz.com/productimages/jpegs/aocpeu34p.jpg 

 

 

Would you be able to provide a model please? And I would probably just get it delivered if I decode to get it since I'm out east/central most of the time.

 

AOC-PE-U34P is what the importer has the model number listed as.  That could mean AOC is the manufacturer and it is a PE-U34P card.  It's been on our shelf for 18 months but is still a current model.

 

 

Alright sweet man, I'll take it! I will PM you now :)

 

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  Reply # 1485829 5-Feb-2016 11:58
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Dynamic:

 

 

 

AOC-PE-U34P is what the importer has the model number listed as.  That could mean AOC is the manufacturer and it is a PE-U34P card.  It's been on our shelf for 18 months but is still a current model.

 

 

 

 

Interesting, we tried to order this very same model from you on the 3rd Feb and you replied stating the model had been discontinued with no replacement.


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  Reply # 1485854 5-Feb-2016 12:18
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Interesting, we tried to order this very same model from you on the 3rd Feb and you replied stating the model had been discontinued with no replacement.

 

Different company.  Similar name.





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  Reply # 1485862 5-Feb-2016 12:30
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Dynamic:

 

Interesting, we tried to order this very same model from you on the 3rd Feb and you replied stating the model had been discontinued with no replacement.

 

Different company.  Similar name.

 

 

ok, sorry. My bad. Thought you were from Computer Dynamics embarassed


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  Reply # 1485869 5-Feb-2016 12:37
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Dynamic:

 

Interesting, we tried to order this very same model from you on the 3rd Feb and you replied stating the model had been discontinued with no replacement.

 

Different company.  Similar name.

 

 

ok, sorry. My bad. Thought you were from Computer Dynamics embarassed

 

After we came up with the company name and logo, someone pointed out to me it was similar to Dynalink's logo.  I almost changed it (not being a fan of that brand, which seems to have been retired).  Coincidentally, their offices (or at least their service centre) used to be over the road from Computer Dynamics before CDL moved.





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