EU [GER] FS: 2x 6.4TB NVMe PCIe 3.0 x8 SSD Intel Solidigm DC P4618 SSD • 54x 16GB DDR4 2Rx4 RDIMMs • 100x 8GB DDR3 ECC UDIMMs • 28x 8GB DDR3 UDIMMs

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knorps

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Will ship worldwide, but only accept Paypal from German buyers with a proven track record such as a spotless ebay seller feedback profile. Local pickup preferred, testing items before buying highly encouraged, will provide necessary setups.

Most items are listed on ebay as well, but cannot be purchased by international buyers due to past expensive incidents with buyer protection scammers.

All prices are negotiable. Always open to reasonable offers!

2x 6.4TB NVMe PCIe 3.0 x8 SSD Intel/Solidigm DC P4618 SSDPECKE064T8S

• MFD possibly week 15 of 2021
• less than 100TBW total per card (see screenshots)
• less than 2300 Power On Hours per card (~3 months total uptime)
• Warranty through Intel until July 2026 (see screenshot), addtitional warranty through original german reseller until 10/2023
• Total TBW 53.35PB, so >99% TBW remaining
• the manufacturer in its infinite wisdom decided to lay this card out as 2 physically separate SSDs (on the same PCB) with 2 controllers, each addressing 3.2TB for a total of 6.4TB per card, both controllers connected through a PCIE x8 to x4x4 switch.

Price: 999 € each + shipping (GER: ~15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

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24x Crucial branded Micron DDR4-2133 16GB 2Rx4 RDIMM MTA36ASF2G72PZ-2G1 CT16G4RFD4213

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Price: 30 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

12x Micron branded DDR4-2133 16GB 2Rx4 RDIMM MTA36ASF2G72PZ-2G1

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Price: 30 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

10x SK Hynix DDR4-2133 16GB 2Rx4 RDIMM HMA42GR7MFR4N-TF

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Price: 30 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

8x SK Hynix DDR4-2133 16GB 2Rx4 RDIMM HMA42GR7AFR4N-TF

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Price: 30 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

100x Samsung DDR3-1600 8GB PC3L-12800E UDIMM (86x M391B1G73BH0-YK0, 14x M391B1G73QH0-YK0)

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Price: 18 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO


28x Samsung DDR3-1600 8GB PC3-12800U UDIMM

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Price: 18 € each + shipping (GER: 6-15 EUR, other countries PM me) + Paypal fees — OBO

Please note: The precise physical condition of each item and its functioning state will be recorded for every sale before dispatch and will be required to be signed off by the respective buyer. POSITIVELY NO FUNNY BUSINESS. I have a 100% positive seller profile on ebay for 6+ accounts with 2000+ total feedback and have been a member for almost 20 years.
 
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Wasmachineman_NL

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PSA, definitely don't buy from this guy. Few on here will attest to that.
You have my interest. Do tell why I shouldn't buy 8GB modules from him?

Aside from OP not accepting PayPal unless they got some bullshit arbitary requirements.
 
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knorps

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@Wasmachineman_NL it's very simple, he sent me an advance via bank transfer for 2x PM9A3 SSDs he wanted to pick up while he was in Frankfurt for some event, but then wanted to pull out of the contract for no comprehensible reason — even though the remainder of the agreed amount was only to be paid upon pickup AFTER verifying the condition of the goods (necessary hardware for live testing provided by me), so there was zero risk of any trouble whatsoever. I denied voiding the contract and so @Railgun threw fits and even threatened violence. Obviously i kept his advance and had to sell the SSDs to someone else to make up for what he owed.

If for any reason dealing with me should be avoided, it's that i don't take bullshit like that. Be reasonable and i'll be the total sweetheart you deserve as a prospective buyer. Few on here will attest to that :)
 
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knorps

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it all boils down to some twats ranting over the fact that i refused to use buyer protection a.k.a. scammer enablement or wouldn't ship to Timbuktu. typical testosterone deficient IT gamma behaviour :)
 
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Railgun

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It boils down to he ripped some of us off. Then went on a tirade after the fact. Happy to send the full transcripts of everything to those who want it.
 
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gb00s

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Obviously i kept his advance and had to sell the SSDs to someone else to make up for what he owed.
That's an interesting interpretation of German Law. Not directly in terms of a 'Private Sale' between two parties. No doubt. But, as always, if the seller sold the item again, the seller has to refund the first 'buyer'. In this case, there is no difference between 'Private Agreement/Sale' or 'Private & Business Agreement' in German Law until you can prove you sold the SSD just for the difference.

But I believe someone shall test your 'Private' status with German Tax authorities with the frequency and the 'kind' of your sales. You are active everywhere and almost on any sale platform in Germany. You can have lots of unpleasant situations in Germany if you keep people angry. Sometimes it's just a phone call. Nothing is worse in Germany than losing the 'Private Status'. Just imagine you are unable to prove ownership of just one item. Fun times.

And just because you made one buyer angry. Defending the 'Private Status' will cost you way more than one refund.
 
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grenskul

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The least I can see is this seller is not only shady but clearly a pain to deal with . Was going to buy some ram but I'll look elsewhere.
 
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