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    Bork, bork, bork


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    Silverstone Sugo SG05 w/ FP mod
    Silverstone ST45SF
    Intel Core i5 3570K
    - Tuniq TX-2
    - Noctua NH-9Li + Noctua NH-B9
    ASRock B75M-ITX
    8GB Kingston HyperX Black
    3GB MSI TwinFrozr AMD Radeon R9 280 @ 1075/1525
    - Dell P2414H
    120GB SanDisk Extreme II
    2x 2TB WD My Passport
    AudioEngine D1
    - Brainwavz B2
    Rosewill RK-9000BL
    Microsoft Sidewinder x8
    - Steelseries QCK
    Windows 7 Ultimate SP1 x64

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  1. R9 280 reduced to $110, description updated to show it includes the XFire bridge and power adapters. B75M-ITX reduced to $50. HyperX Black reduced to $35. Canon S95 description updated to show it includes the battery, charger, and a small camera bag.
  2. Heatware - 59/0/0 Unless noted otherwise: - All items come from a smoke-free, pet-friendly household. - Offers considered. - Payment is accepted via PayPal or Amazon Payments. - PayPal payment methods that include an address must have a confirmed address and items will be shipped only to that address. - All prices include shipping within the US48 via USPS with Signature Confirmation. - Contact me if you are located in HI, AL, or a US Territory for possible addition postage. - A small discount is available for local pickup in or around 60625. Cash required if this option is desired. - Please include your Heat ID so I don't have to dig for it. $140 Dell P2414H Professional Rev A01 (Will be shipped via UPS, local pickup is $110) - Second monitor/first owner since early 2014. Monitor only. This is the first panel revision after A00. A00 was RMA'd with Dell due to a whole bunch of dark spots appearing in the left corners of the screen after six months. I will include all of the paperwork and numbers I received during the RMA process should this one ever need to be RMA'd. This monitor is dead/stuck pixel free and has no dark spots. Includes monitor, power, DP and USB cables, and rear port cover. $50 ASRock B75M-ITX - Second owner since late 2013. Mobo, I/O shield, socket cover, and manual included. $60 Rosewill RK-9000BL Cherry MX Black Mechanical Keyboard - First owner since late 2013. Lightly used and in fantastic shape. Includes USB and PS/2 cables. $25 Vantec NexStar 3 3.5" HDD eSATA/USB2 Enclosure - First owner since late 2008. Includes enclosure, power brick, eSATA and USB cables, and vertical stand. Some very light scuffing on the surface. SOLD $120 Intel i5 3570K SOLD $50 Silverstone ST45SF 450W 80+ Bronze mITX PSU SOLD $35 8GB (2x 4GB) Kingston HyperX Black (non-FURY) DDR3-1600 SOLD $70 Canon PowerShot S95 SOLD $95 MSI AMD Radeon R9 280 3GB (R9 280 Gaming 3G)
  3. User: Black64 I was: The seller Feedback: Positive Worked out a deal with Black64, he paid quickly, and maintained excellent communication with me. Definitely worthy of future business.
  4. Bump. Prices lowered. Bunch of stuff sold. A few more assorted things added.
  5. Huh, well I was hoping some of the people playing on the server and in the chat would be from here. I guess I'm wrong.
  6. On either of the voice servers? I'll be on in a little while.
  7. FtB, woo! I'll hop in at some point. I've been having fun with this modpack for a while.
  8. I wasn't addressing your post. I was letting anyone know that might think to expect that performance without having a proper USB 3.0 reader for it and/or wonder about the extraordinarily large gap between it and the comparison cards.
  9. In case anyone's wondering, those comparison results were performed on a USB 2.0 reader (I know because I did them!). This is a fast card, other reviews back that up, and there will definitely be a performance difference between it and those comparison cards, but beware, if this is used in a USB 2.0 reader, it will only perform about twice as fast as the SanDisks. If you want those super-fast speeds, you'll need a USB 3.0 reader like Panda, and of course a board with USB 3.0 ports and headers to take advantage of it. Good stuff otherwise.
  10. Whole bunch of crap with new pictures in the post. A few things like the TI-84 Plus added.
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