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Master Geek

# 251402 24-Jun-2019 09:17
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Cleaning out the draws. Everything money back guarantee if it doesn't work, for photos just pm me. Shipping to be advised, again pm me. Will chuck anything left here after a week on TM:




$150 Xiaomi A1 64gbs mobile phone - White front, gold back. This is my wife's old phone, just upgraded her to a new phone. Good condition, few bits of wear and tear, small ding on bottom, was in case whole life. 1 owner (us)


$100 Samsung S5 16gbs, white. This is an old old work phone of mine. Been in the draw for a few years. Works fine




Hard Drives


The 1tb ones below I have had for various years, all have been unplugged since i got the 4tb a few years back.


$120 4TB Seagate 3.5inch - ST4000DM000 - Getting out of the home storage market so no need anymore


$30 1TB Toshiba 3.5inch - Dt01ACA100 - Same as above


$30 1TB WD 3.5inch - wd1002faex - Same as above


$30 1TB Seagte 3.5inch - ST31000524AS - Same as above


$30 120gb Apacer SSD - AP120GAS681S - Was the OS drive for the storage pc






Just purchased a new 27inch imac and changed out the ram, pulled this out so it's brand new, Apple certified


$70 2x 4gbs DDR4 2666mhz SODIMM - HMA851S6CJR6N






No coolers, just chip


$40 AMD FX8120 , old gaming machine no longer in use


$30 i5 670, the chip in the storage machine

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Chief Trash Bandit
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  # 2263413 24-Jun-2019 14:00
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$120 4TB Seagate 3.5inch - ST4000DM000 - how old etc ?



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Server : i5-3470s @ 3.50GHz  16GB RAM  Win 10 Pro    Workstation : i5-3570K @ 3.40GHz  20GB RAM  RX580 4GB Win 10 Pro    Console : Xbox One - Games, emulation, geekery, and my attempts at photography.     Now on BigPipe 100/100 and 2Talk


Emulation - The art of getting your $4000 PC to run an 80's system - and still fails.


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Master Geek

  # 2264922 26-Jun-2019 11:34
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About 2 years mate

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