Sold 1155 cpu & ddr3 ram

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I have a few of spare bits that I no longer require. All in perfect condition and 100% full working order (y).


* 2.8GHz Intel Pentium G840 (SR05P) Socket 1155 Processor. This is Sandy Bridge based dual-core processor with integrated Intel HD Graphics GPU - £18 + p&p (was £20) - Sold elsewhere

* 3.1GHz Intel Core i3 2100 (SR05C) Socket 1155 Processor. This is a Sandy Bridge based dual-core processor with Hyper-Threading & integrated Intel HD Graphics 2000 GPU - £35 + p&p (was £40, then £38 ) - Sold elsewhere

* 4GB (2x2GB) Samsung Dual Channel DDR3 1333 RAM for desktop PC's - £18 + p&p (was £20) - Sold to AmiNeo
 
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Hi

Interested

Can you show me a picture of the DDR3 RAM?

Thank you


Hi, here's a couple of pictures of the RAM (y)



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How much postage for the memory? I was after a single stick of 4GB because the motherboard I have only has space for 2, but if postage isn't too much this will prob be my cheapest option for now.


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Postage will be 95p 1st class if I can get away with sending it as a large letter (i'll make sure it's protected) :). I'll swallow the extra if it costs more to post (y).
 
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Postage will be 95p 1st class if I can get away with sending it as a large letter (i'll make sure it's protected) :). I'll swallow the extra if it costs more to post (y).


Aye, that'll do me. (y)

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Payment received from AmiNeo and will get the memory posted out tomorrow. Cheers :cool:
 
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Final price drop on the last remaining item (Intel Core i3 2100 CPU) :cool:.
 
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Received and working fine for a day! Nice fast post! (y)

I now have a mini itx PC running off a Celeron G1620 chip (essentially an Ivybridge i3 without the hyperthreading). Only thing is I used an old PSU and it isnt very quiet so will have to scrape the barrel for some funds dor a silent PSU at some point.
For now though, its working!


Thanks again! Will do feedback shortly....
 

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Received and working fine for a day! Nice fast post! (y)

I now have a mini itx PC running off a Celeron G1620 chip (essentially an Ivybridge i3 without the hyperthreading). Only thing is I used an old PSU and it isnt very quiet so will have to scrape the barrel for some funds dor a silent PSU at some point.
For now though, its working!


Thanks again! Will do feedback shortly....

Great news and i'm glad it arrived safely!

A fairly good budget PSU is the "500W Aerocool Integrator" for low/mid end builds. I built a cheap PC for my little girl to mess around and learn on (Core i3 2120, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1GB Nvidia GTX 650 GPU) and that Aerocool PSU is quiet, 80+ certified, cheap to buy and more than capable :). I'm also building another cheap Core i3 PC for another family member and went with the same model Aerocool PSU :).
 
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Thanks, buddy. The case has just enough room for a GPU but the motherboard doesn't have a PCI-e slot sadly. The PSU is full sized though and I may upgrade the mobo in the future so its worth grabbing something with a bit of juice. I'll never get a full sized 29cm+ R9 card in it but it would be a decent single monitor gaming system with an R7 260OC wedged in it or something. Total system power draw likely to be <200W with a fairly conservative TDP dedicated card. As it stands right now it's about 80W TDP max... may as well have been put in a case the size of a mac mini, but those were too expensive unfortunately. I went with this little CIT case, which is about 25cm tall....

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It's about 1/4 of my mini tower, (Zalman T3 Mini, 2) which I squeezed an i5 2500s, an Arctic Freezer Pro7 and an R9 280 Dual-X GPU into. :D




As for the system you built for your girl, thats nothing to scoff at. Very capable system for any task. The i3 is a little workhorse and the GTX650 should run anything out there without struggling much at 1080p or less. Its about where this mini ITX system would max out if I upgraded it a tad more.
 
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