The Official Trading Post

I'm in the market for a 3DS if anyone has one collecting dust.

TheGameguru wrote:

Still have one monitor left

Asus PG279Q 27" G-Sync Monitors
https://www.amazon.com/PG279Q-2560x1...

Brand new in box never opened.
$500 shipped. OR Package Deal with PC listed above for $2400 plus shipping.

PM Sent (dammit I can't resist this deal as a new GTX1070 owner still using a circa 2009 Hanspree HF229H)

WizardM0de wrote:
TheGameguru wrote:

Still have one monitor left

Asus PG279Q 27" G-Sync Monitors
https://www.amazon.com/PG279Q-2560x1...

Brand new in box never opened.
$500 shipped. OR Package Deal with PC listed above for $2400 plus shipping.

PM Sent (dammit I can't resist this deal as a new GTX1070 owner still using a circa 2009 Hanspree HF229H)

As a fellow 1070 owner who just grabbed a similar monitor (shout out to Gumbie), you are making a good choice. Gsync isn't the greatest thing ever, but it's a noticeable enough improvement to be worth it.

FlamingPeasant wrote:

I'm in the market for a 3DS if anyone has one collecting dust.

I have a 3DSi. $20 shipped. Free if you pick up.

TheGameguru wrote:

Couple More Machines for Sale.

x99 System
Intel Core i7-5930K CPU
Geil 128GB (8x16GB) DDR4-19200 Memory
Asus X99 Deluxe U3.1 Mobo
Corsair H100i v2 CPU Cooler
Corsair AX1200i Power Supply
Corsair Air 540 Case
x3 EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X (12GB Ram) (Tri-SLI)
Crucial MX300 2050GB (2TB) SSD
WD Black 6TB 7200RPM HD
Windows 10 x64 Pro

$2000 plus shipping.

Dibs.

-BEP

EvilHomer3k wrote:
FlamingPeasant wrote:

I'm in the market for a 3DS if anyone has one collecting dust.

I have a 3DSi. $20 shipped. Free if you pick up.

PM sent. I don't think we're in the same state for pickup though...

I believe I was mistaken. It's a DSi not a 3DSi.

EvilHomer3k wrote:

I believe I was mistaken. It's a DSi not a 3DSi.

That's quite a big difference, lol.

Couple of things for free. Just pay for shipping:

-i5-2500k CPU and motherboard. I recently upgraded and don't need these anymore. I was having some freezing issues with the computer that I traced to the motherboard, but couldn't figure out how to fix. Just a heads up, but hey it's free. I can't be arsed to track down the model# of the board, but it's ASRock.

-2 sticks of DD3-1600 RAM, description here.

- Xigmatek CPU cooler. Description here.

- Xbox One Covert Forces controller. It doesn't pair with my computer, but it worked before that issue. Someone could probably fix it pretty easily. If not, you can take the plate/sticks off and repurpose them.

I'll take all of the computer parts.

I've got a still wrapped copy of Gears of War 4 if anyone wants it. $35 shipped.

_Free_ wrote:

- Xbox One Covert Forces controller. It doesn't pair with my computer, but it worked before that issue. Someone could probably fix it pretty easily. If not, you can take the plate/sticks off and repurpose them.

That one predates the Bluetooth support. Were you using the wireless adapter they put out for them? Does it still work for you when using a cable?

It is pages ago so I am posting again with a cheaper price.

I have a Xbox One 1TB Console (doesn't have the games) for sale.

$150

I got that price because the local store will give me $130 for it in store credit but it would take me years to spend that much in credit so I figure if someone here buys it for $150 that would net me roughly the same after shipping.

If you are interested PM me.

I really wish I could. Baby being born in two weeks though.

LOL you wouldn't have time to use it anyway.

Kurrelgyre wrote:
_Free_ wrote:

- Xbox One Covert Forces controller. It doesn't pair with my computer, but it worked before that issue. Someone could probably fix it pretty easily. If not, you can take the plate/sticks off and repurpose them.

That one predates the Bluetooth support. Were you using the wireless adapter they put out for them? Does it still work for you when using a cable?

Man I tried everything. I have an adapter and tried that. Tried it wired. Had a friend of mine plug it into his Xbox One and try to flash the firmware. Also tried to do that on my PC.

Nothing. It worked for months previously, so I don't think it's something mechanical. it turns on though and I'm sure it would work if I could get the darn thing to connect.

I bought another one anyway, so I really don't need it. SallyNasty has first dibs on it.

farley3k wrote:

Xbox One 1TB Console (doesn't have the games)

So true. Oh, so very true.

_Free_ wrote:

Couple of things for free. Just pay for shipping:

-i5-2500k CPU and motherboard. I recently upgraded and don't need these anymore. I was having some freezing issues with the computer that I traced to the motherboard, but couldn't figure out how to fix. Just a heads up, but hey it's free. I can't be arsed to track down the model# of the board, but it's ASRock.

-2 sticks of DD3-1600 RAM, description here.

- Xigmatek CPU cooler. Description here.

- Xbox One Covert Forces controller. It doesn't pair with my computer, but it worked before that issue. Someone could probably fix it pretty easily. If not, you can take the plate/sticks off and repurpose them.

Everything above is spoken for.

However, I do have 2 more things I'm looking to sell instead of give away.

- This HTPC/mini-PC. It's got a discrete GPU so it's really good for a 1080p HTPC. You can even play quite a few games on this little thing. I installed some RAM already, but it'll need an HDD. $50 OBO

- This GPU, Sapphire 280x. Served me well for a few years, recently upgraded to 1070. Works great! $100 OBO

Free shipping on both. I accepted PayPal and Steam games off my wishlist.

I'll take that mini-pc. PM Sent.

Dang, EvilHomer scooped me on that mini-PC deal from Free ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

WTB: A CPU and motherboard (or a mini-PC). I'm looking to build a non-mission-critical Plex media server and Blu-Ray disc ripping machine to copy the Disney Blu-Rays that don't have digital copies. Hoping to keep the overall project under $150 for hardware.

If anyone's upgrading their machines and have old components that could be repurposed, LMK.

T-prime: pm me

Have you considered just using a Raspberry Pi 3 as your plex server? Only $35 before needed accessories.

I haven't considered that actually, although my Linux skills are sorely lacking. I'm much more comfortable in the Windows world (and I'm aware of the large overhead there if I were to use Win7/10 for this project).

Also, isn't the Pi underpowered for 1080p transcoding? My primary goal is to rip my Blu-Ray collection, intending to stream to various devices.

Tprime you could also look at a nvidia shield tv. They are $200 new, come with plex installed and use the Tegra to encode streams.

I'm not entirely sure how it would work out. I've only ever used the raspberry pi 3 as a client, and it has worked amazingly well. Here's a link to how to set up the pi as a plex server. https://www.element14.com/community/...

And here's a link to the raspberry pi kit. Only needs a microsd card. http://amzn.to/2jzACPY

astralplaydoh wrote:

I'm not entirely sure how it would work out. I've only ever used the raspberry pi 3 as a client, and it has worked amazingly well. Here's a link to how to set up the pi as a plex server. https://www.element14.com/community/...

And here's a link to the raspberry pi kit. Only needs a microsd card. http://amzn.to/2jzACPY

I used that exact kit for a MAME project I did a few months ago. I recommend.

I haven't grabbed one to make a media streamer but I am considering it as well.

Raspberry Pi would not make a great server because it isn't powerful enough to transcode. Also, as a player it can only play 1080p 30 Max. Which is not a huge dealbreaker unless you want to play home videos (I think Gopros and similar default to 1080/60). It did not make the ideal vacation house player I wanted it to be.

I'm not sure about the server but there were no Linux skills for everything else I have tried on it. It was all as easy as copying some image files to an SD drive from my windows PC, plugging it into the PI, and it does the rest.

While they're more expensive than Raspberry Pi, I was a big fan of the barebones mini-PC I owned (and just mailed to EvilHomer). Nowadays they have discrete GPUs so they can play 1080p60 and even 1440p.

They come with a small mount and I just mounted it behind my TV so nothing showed. Pretty neat stuff.

TheGameguru wrote:

Couple More Machines for Sale.

x99 System
Intel Core i7-5930K CPU
Geil 128GB (8x16GB) DDR4-19200 Memory
Asus X99 Deluxe U3.1 Mobo
Corsair H100i v2 CPU Cooler
Corsair AX1200i Power Supply
Corsair Air 540 Case
x3 EVGA Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X (12GB Ram) (Tri-SLI)
Crucial MX300 2050GB (2TB) SSD
WD Black 6TB 7200RPM HD
Windows 10 x64 Pro

$2000 plus shipping.

Gaming Laptop
Aorus X7 Pro Sync-CF1 (2015 Model) G-Sync Gaming Laptop.
Upgraded to Windows 10 x64 Home.

This Model but with 512GB SSD instead of 256GB

https://www.amazon.com/Aorus-Sync-CF...

$1000 Shipped SOLD!

Still have one monitor left

Asus PG279Q 27" G-Sync Monitors
https://www.amazon.com/PG279Q-2560x1...

Brand new in box never opened.
$500 shipped. OR Package Deal with PC listed above for $2400 plus shipping.

Everything is sold. Thanks.

Anyone have one of these they no longer need?

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I'd like to pick one up but everything I'm finding online is $30 to $40 bucks, and I'm really hoping to spend less than that.

I'm also willing to trade some games and blu rays. I have a post listed on the previous page with what I've got available right now, mostly for Xbox One.