WTTF: Gaming laptop. I've got non-gaming laptops, storage servers, etc.

Discussion in 'For Sale / Trade' started by burritoincognito, Jan 6, 2019.

  1. burritoincognito

    burritoincognito Gawd

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    I've been trying to pivot away from my more "homelab network" setup for a while, but I've honestly not really cared enough to try that hard, given that I've been out of town more than I've been in.

    Looking at a new setup, I could spend hundreds on a new gaming Ryzen system, but honestly, I see a new cell phone and a new tankless water heater in my nearer future...and that will cut into my actual funds.

    So, thanks to migrating away from some things with the home lab and reorganizing to take advantage of the quad core NUCs and old leftover parts pulled from failed upgrade attempts, I don't really need a lot of the stuff I've had.

    What I do need, however, is something that lets me play some video games, watch videos in bed, and doesn't come out of my checking account. 1060 plus, 1070 preferred. Good speakers, good screen. I returned the Dell G5 that I had because the colors were washed out and the speakers were terrible.

    I'll post pictures as soon as I find a viable host. The last one I used (Photobucket) has just turned terrible.

    1) Storage server

    Xyratex / IBM HS-1235T
    single Xeon E5645 (empty socket)
    48GB (6x8GB) PC3-10600R
    LSI MegaRAID SAS RAID card (can't remember the model off the top of my head)
    12x2TB SAS. 7K3000 drives
    2x 2.5" drive cage (I had 256GB SSDs in it, but pulled those for use elsewhere. 60GB SSD in it now)
    Redundant PSU
    2U chassis & rails

    2) Fortigate 40c firewall (I have 2, but only 1 AC adapter, thanks to an RMA)

    3) like new Dell Latitude 7480
    2 years onsite accidental warranty remaining
    Core i5 7300U
    256GB SSD
    8GB DDR4
    14" 1080p LCD /w webcam
    802.11AC
    backlit keyboard
    AC adapter
    Windows 10 Pro

    4) WD15 docking station
    USB C connector
    Supports 2 FHD displays
    Two USB 2.0 ports
    Three USB 3.0 ports
    Speaker output (rear)
    Combo audio (front)
    Gigabit Ethernet w/ AC adapter

    5) Dell Latitude E5430
    Core i5 3210m
    8GB DDR3 RAM
    128GB SSD (Crucial 9.5mm, converted to 7mm by removing the spacer, which interfered with the Latitude's chassis)
    14" 1366x768 LCD w/ webcam & mic
    802.11N WiFi + Bluetooth
    DVD+-RW
    6 cell battery (roughly 4 hours of life), and a spare that lasts about 2.5 hours
    AC adapter
    Windows 10 Pro

    6) HP EliteBook Folio 9470M Ultrabook
    Core i5 3437U 1.9GHz
    8GB DDR3
    60GB MSATA SSD + 64B 7mm 2.5" SSD
    802.11N + Bluetooth
    14" 1600x900 matte LCD w/ webcam
    backlit keyboard
    2x USB 3.0
    1x USB 2.0
    Gigabit Ethernet
    Full size DisplayPort
    Docking port
    multi card reader


    7) HP EliteBook Folio 9470M Ultrabook
    Core i5 3437U 1.9GHz
    8GB DDR3
    60GB MSATA SSD + 320GB 7mm hard drive
    802.11N + Bluetooth
    14" 1600x900 matte LCD w/ webcam
    backlit keyboard
    2x USB 3.0
    1x USB 2.0
    Gigabit Ethernet
    Full size DisplayPort
    Docking port
    multi card reader

    8) 3x1TB Seagate Constellation ES SAS 7200RPM

    9) 3x1TB Seagate Constellation ES.3 SAS 7200RPM

    10) Dell U2410 10 bit 24" WUXGA LCD w/ USB hub, CF card reader, soundbar

    11) Asus PB258Q 10 bit 25" 1440p LCD

    12) Dell 23" 1600x900 LCD (forget the model number)

    13) Dell Precision T1650
    Xeon E3-1260 v2
    16GB DDR3
    120GB SSD
    3TB 7200RPM
    DVD+-DL
    V4900
    Windows 10 Pro

    14) Quadro P2000

    15 FirePro W4100