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    Buying Resale CPUs, Memory, Parts, Laptops, Tablets

    COVID-19 Protocol Update: Any and all received shipments will be in quarantine for 72 hours. It will not be handled, weighed or placed inside our processing area until this period has passed. This includes mailed shipments. I am personally susceptible so we will be taking these measures seriously.

    For boxed resale shipments only, we can pay 50% up front (paypal) on the mailed inventory to all of our previous customers. You qualify if you have done business with us in the past. PLEASE use our email for point of contact, shipping information, inventory, pricing or any other questions in advance of shipping anything.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing <<<Resale Price Sheet for Parts

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing <<<Resale CPU Price List



    Scrap side updates: Our scale hours are 12-4 Monday thru Saturday by appointment only. Contact me by email if you wish to visit our location and to get pricing in advance. Those visiting will not be allowed beyond the scale area.

    contact info@wispecialtyrecycling.com or army_greywolf@yahoo.com for more information and pricing. Even if you know my phone number, my hearing has gotten worse recently, so stick to text if you can. Thanks.

    Whole Commodity Prices per Pound

    $.40 Complete Servers (only missing HDD ok)
    $.30 Incomplete Servers (must not be missing more than 2 components)
    $.28 Complete Towers (missing HDD ok)
    $.20 Incomplete Towers (2 missing components)
    $.10 Bare Towers w/Motherboard
    $.38 Plastic Modem/Router/Switchgear
    $.41 Metal Switchgear (No A/V equipment or power conditioners)
    $.20 Cable and Satellite TV boxes
    $1.10 Complete Laptop-Good Screen (HDD missing OK 50% mix)
    $.65 Incomplete Laptop/Bad Screen Complete
    $.50 Chromebooks/Netbooks/Tablets regardless of screen condition must be whole.
    $.16 Office IP Phones, must have a network connector
    $.10 Docking Stations, no stands
    $.12 UPS w/batt
    $.05 UPS w/o batt
    $.12 Unsorted Digital Projectors
    $1.75 Cell Phones Internal or w/ Batt
    $3.00 Cell Phones no batt
    $2.00 Whole Slot Process w/heatsink (This is an EACH price, equates to roughly 17.50 lb slot processor price) NEW CATEGORY





    Parts Commodity Prices per Pound

    $3.75 Finger Cards, Unsorted w/heatsinks, brackets etc. NEW CATEGORY
    $2.00 i Series Desktop Motherboards (no batt, keep cpu bracket and chipset heatsinks on) NEW CATEGORY

    $16.00 Green/Brown Fiber CPU
    $62.00 Gold Top Cyrix/VIA Ceramic
    $28.00 Gold Fingers, Close Trimmed
    $14.00 iMac CPUs (Ask for a reference pic via email)

    $.72 Whole Sata Untested Hard Drives
    $.52 Whole Hard Drives or Unsorted Whole
    $.17 Whole HDD w/o Board
    $.14 Punched/Bent HDD w/o Board

    $.16 PSU w/wire
    $.09 PSU w/o wire
    $.14 AC Adapter w/wire
    $.05 AC Adapter w/o wire
    $.10 Optical Drives/Floppy Drives/Tape Drives

    $.60 Ribbon Wire
    $.45 #2 Computer Wire
    $.62 Cat 5/6 Unshielded

    EMAIL FOR SPOT QUOTED BOARD PRICES
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    Quote Originally Posted by hills View Post
    Guys i don't have a great deal of insight to offer. It was back to the doctor for me today.

    We certainly live in interesting times. I don't think i've ever seen anything quite like this Covid-19 event. The closest thing would be the Cuban Missile Crisis back in the 60's but i was too young to understand what was going on.

    Anyhoo ... it's stressful and it feels like the graves has come back out of remission. I figured i would see the doc and get some lab work done to see what's going on. I didn't fully comprehend ,but there's a thing in the blood that they can look for. It will be there if the disease is active.

    I've got a couple of other autoimmune disorders as well and can say with high confidence that at least one of them is genetic in origin. It's a family trait.

    TJ ... what you were saying about KBR & a precipitant seems possible. We were using an experimental filtration process designed by a well regarded college professor back in the day. In time ... i got the truth out of them. The system worked alright for a couple of weeks and then got very quirky. The local municipality has so much money invested that were too embarrassed to admit that it was a failure. They kept limping along with it for years and falsifying the monthly reports to our state regulatory authority. We used baking soda and aluminum sulfate as precipitants in our system. As far as i know ... they never caused any serious health problems but the water quality was very poor.

    A different system with different water ..... a very real possibility.
    portable water filtration systems. KBR claimed to VA it wasn't possible because they were using reverse osmosis blah blah blah, and then it turned out not only were they not doing any of that, they were pencil whipping treatments, not testing sources among other things. It's interesting because the closer you get to turkey the more problems with water you have, lead, uranium, cadmium, nickel, chromium and on and on. Some of those there is no kelation for.

    The take away is this and this is straight from my attempt at a class action lawsuit: Because I and other plaintiffs were members of the United States Armed Forces, due to contractual indemnification against injury neither I nor my battles would ever get a dime from the company who lied, cheated and then collected the money for provided potable water to soldiers (notably, they drank the kuwait provided bottled water and not what they bottled/provided to us). Color me a little disgruntled. Furthermore, the my case is just one of 2000 cases for much the same reason. And then of all the water purification cases VA has handled, there are almost 10,000 active cases. Water treatment at Parris island from 1982 to 1985, those soldiers particularly females were identified to have both them and their children susceptible to cancers of the breast and ovary at a rate so high the government ended up agreeing to pay the bills for those families and the disability. Congress even had to pass a bill for this, to protect themselves against a lawsuit from the children. Our military has had a series of water issues from the early 2000s onwards when KBR took over all water purification and sewage operations in and out of theater. They know they cant be sued so they don't care. The government doesn't enforce any actual testing results like you would see with wells and municipal entities across the country. You could take in hundreds and hundreds of times the safe amount of treatment chemicals, with next to no awareness and that is what happened. These people admitted it happened and then hid behind that fat juicy government contract that indemnifies them forever.

    And while I'm on about it, a 1/3rd of my unit has gotten cancer or ulcers so bad they ended up bleeding out internally, died or is dying from it. It seems like every month is another guy I used to play gears of war or fifa with in the rec tent is dead. It isn't fair that I've had to attend that many funerals, it's disgusting in fact.

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    I know everyone has said bullet point phrasing like "In these unprecedented times" or "In these trying times." and gone on to give everyone a generally bs update to whatever they wanted. Not so right now. I just wanted to tell everyone that the prices are updated, the price sheets are active and valid, some members knew this already but its public now. With Covid and other various tensions in this country I don't want financials to be so stressful. We are doing our best around here and it has really turned things around and brought relief. Now its time to maximize your stashes, scrap piles and rainy day stores.

    We have changed just a few things, the most important of which is if you've done business with us before, we will pay half your shipment value RIGHT NOW for a shipment sent out later. Obviously if you flood us with shipments, that pool of money will dry up so we may ask that you hold your shipment until youve gotten your 50% payment.

    Lastly, the market is incredibly volatile on some of this stuff, as per usual, the day you ship is the price you will get. None of this prices subject to change without notice BS. If for some reason i can't honor it, it will be returned to you with no cost on your end. Thats it, happy scrapping everybody and I really REALLY hope all of you have a great summer to make up for a weak start to spring.
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    Good to see you are back ! I think your philosophy of taking thing alittle slower is a good approach - especially after all that you have been through and continue to deal with. Hopefully as this China Virus dies out we can have a great summer ! I am beginning to schedule pick ups and will be back to full operations by the end of the week. Connecticut seems to be recovering from all this but we shall see in the coming weeks if it continues.
    ____________ ( fill in the blank) and carry on !

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kalvlin View Post
    Good to see you are back ! I think your philosophy of taking thing alittle slower is a good approach - especially after all that you have been through and continue to deal with. Hopefully as this China Virus dies out we can have a great summer ! I am beginning to schedule pick ups and will be back to full operations by the end of the week. Connecticut seems to be recovering from all this but we shall see in the coming weeks if it continues.
    ____________ ( fill in the blank) and carry on !

    Kalvlin out
    The virus appears at least thus far not traditionally affected by summer climate. I kind of expected that, it is following along the MERs virus pretty closely which was a hot climate virus. Wisconsin has given us a ton of DHS guidelines for my business type. While we are as a state "open for business" I have to go along with the county board of health and what my insurance wants us to do. That means slowing down a bit to keep everyone safe and I am ok with that. We have some already processed and paid packages and a few waiting in the cabinets for quarantine yet. I just want to say thank you to everyone on the forum for seeing this through with me. And a word of encouragement, we will definitely come out the other side of this virus and downturn stronger and more resilient for the lessons weve been forced to learn.
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    Just completed another transaction with armygreywolf. All went well and got the settlement quickly. Nice to see him back! I especially like the wide variety of greater then scrap value items that he buys (things like AMD CPUs, ES processors, etc that most others don't buy).
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    Quote Originally Posted by aurum View Post
    Just completed another transaction with armygreywolf. All went well and got the settlement quickly. Nice to see him back! I especially like the wide variety of greater then scrap value items that he buys (things like AMD CPUs, ES processors, etc that most others don't buy).
    Thanks for the business aurum, I hope your summer goes great.
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    Hope everyone had a fantastic fourth.

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