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    Buying Resale CPUs, Memory, Parts, Laptops, Tablets

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    Inventory sheets, contact information and payment preference MUST BE INCLUDED IN PACKAGE

    In order to increase the actual cash returns on your order we can drop ship supplies to you for larger orders. Just ask.

    Contact information: My name is TJ and you can reach me by phone or text at 920-573-3139, Shop #262-415-7443. Emails: army_greywolf@yahoo.com or info@wispecialtyrecycling.com you may also PM me right here on SMF. If you call me or text me and I don't answer right away, don't fret I am deaf in my right ear and chances are I just didn't hear it...or I am driving. My normal hours are 10am to 8pm central time for accepting calls.

    Things you need to know. One, all packages will be processed in the order in which they arrive. Yes I do buy things not listed, including more than scrap value items. No shipping is not free unless previously agreed. You can get a label emailed to you and billed to your settlement, we will need weight and dimensions (and address). Do not send me packages without first verifying the prices. (available here and on google drive) Enclose your name, payment method and inventory in your package, this is important, I've had packages arrive with only a name and all I have to go on is a user name on SMF.

    Valid as of 9-28-17 Prices subject to change, please ask for current pricing before shipping.
    Gold: 1287 Copper 2.95

    SCRAP PRICES: (per pound)

    NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW NEW

    $6.50 Carbide End Mills and Drills $5.95 Carbide Inserts/Dust/Breakage

    $15.30 Gold Memory under 100lbs $16.10 OVER 100lbs
    $7.00 RAMBUS/Heatsinked Memory
    $6.50 Silver/Tin Memory
    $8.50 Hard Drive Boards
    $8.00 Cell Phone Boards
    $15 each For FHD (1920x1080) working LCD Displays with stands 19-24 inches at buyer discretion for brand
    $.47 for plastic modems/network routers
    $.20 Laptop Docking Stations w/o stands or excess (only the dock itself)
    $.38 AC Adapters w/wire. (Laptops, Device and Wall Adapters)


    See link for all board and cpu scrap prices: This list is not inclusive of the above highlighted prices.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing


    $.66 Computer Wire (with ends attached, no metal brackets please or large ends the machine blades get worn too fast)
    $.80 #1 wire (power cords, small gauge wire without ANY ends, must not be tin plated bare copper wire cores only, if found will reject)
    $.90 Cat 5/5e UNSHIELDED (no tinfoil) Cat 6 is considered computer wire.
    $1.35 Romex- 2-1 3-1 and stranded yellow jacket. Dryer and Range cables go here too (no ends, no wire nuts, no cable clips or junction boxes)
    $1.43 LV and THHN House Wire up to 10ga
    Call for greater than 10ga and MCM prices,
    I will buy other wire, we only have two catergories #1 and #2, anything that is tinned or has ends is always #2, we pay on a copper percentage basis. IF you have a high quantity you can contact us for prices.
    $2.30 #1 Copper 2.10 #2 Copper $.90 Clean AL/CU Rads (clean heatsinks too)


    All scrap is paid on sort, if you bring us scrap in person we sort it right then and there at your request. Check is provided on the spot, you may also request paypal but cash may not be available at time of sort.


    WE BUY WHOLE LAPTOPS AND DESKTOPS, CELL PHONES AND TABLETS. JUST ASK US.

    Memory and Parts Purchasing for Better than Scrap Value

    Follow this link for Memory, PSU, MOTHERBOARDS and Graphics Card Prices, it is kept up to date and I am still populating the catergories.

    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing


    CPUS


    FOLLOW THIS LINK TO THE COMPREHENSIVE CPU BUY SHEET
    https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets...it?usp=sharing

    HERE IS A LINK TO HELP IDENTIFY AMD CPUS
    https://docs.google.com/presentation...&delayms=60000




    Other Parts



    $10-40 All-in-One Water Cooling Systems by Corsair and others(Pumps must function, to be paid full price loop must not be compromised)
    $1.00ea Display Port to HDMI adapters
    $1.00ea HDMI Cords, 6+ feet (Max qty-5)

    Whole Laptops

    All laptops require a quote, even older laptops that are special such as large core 2 duo XPS units are valuable.
    Expectations of value are by their CPU/Memory and Hard Drive value multiplied by 1.2 for good working units.

    Desktops

    These can be missing hard drives with no penalty. No damage to case, scratches and blemishes ok.

    Currently looking for complete i series towers as well as amd towers on a case by case basis. Suggested models include optiplex 790 and above as well as hp compaq 8200 elite and above. If you have material like this send me an email. The general quote will be for parts value (ram, cpu, hdd) multiplied by 1.2
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    This is what FedEx does when you label your package "Fragile" it's like a challenge to treat it as badly as possible, this picture is UNOPENED, it looks like it had broke open and exposed the contents somewhat. I for one am very glad he shipped everything in motherboards because it would have otherwise have been lost entirely.


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    In my original review I forgot to add Army sent me a prepaid shipping label at my request. After reading the last post in this thread I would like to add a big THANK YOU for helping me with the shipping charges. If you covered the entire shipping Thank You very much! Please let me note - I wrote "Fragil" on the box, not Fragile - (It was a busy day, the day I dropped off the box for shipping). I did add a lot of padding on all six sides of the box.

    I thought you were pretty quick with all the testing that had to be done. I am very happy with the price, I try to write an honest review and include all details of the transaction.


    I want to explain what my range of price was (because I had not tested the majority). In other words, what I expected to get paid for this shipment.

    At the top of the range - Nearly every piece of RAM, CPU and, circuit board worked, which I added up the totals on his buyers list.

    At the bottom of my range - Some of the items worked, but most did not, paid scrap price for most. If the payout was any less than the bottom of my range I would not have even bothered to leave a review.

    The payout was right in the middle of my range, and I was very happy with that.

    It is hard to send one's goods to someone for the first time and have 100% faith in them. I belive armygreywolf was more than fair with me and my pay-out was excellent.

    I will definitely be using your service again and I would recommend others to use your service.

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    Another smooth transaction with TJ. Thanks again , more coming your way ! shazaam !

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    Small update, there was a delay in package processing. I'm mostly out of the shop these days on a larger project. I had some employee issues that resulted in termination. 2-3 hour lunchbreaks will do that. Anyways, I will be at the shop 3 days instead of 1 right now. I will be working the weekend to get up to date for those who still have inbounds on our shelves (not that many right now, less than half what it was this morning). Also, AMD price update after 18 months of steady prices the new cpu market has finally shrunk the amd resale market. There will be a shrinkage of ddr2 in the very near future. If you have ddr2 you will want to get it out before the end of august for sure I will be adjusting prices at the end of the month on older ram. 1gb ddr2 will likely end as resale before october.
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    TWO THINGS!!!

    First, photobucket sucks, so any hosted pics from previous posts are now blocked.

    Second, and this is the big news, we are winding down phase 1 of a large project which means as of mid-week next week we will once again be back to 2-3 day turnarounds. I have to remind people that if you send ALOT of material it should be obvious it will not physically test out within those time constraints. Single boxes of standard material (that being cpus and ram) should have a 48 hour or less turn around time from date of arrival at our door. To expedite this as fast as possible, we require an inventory, a cohesive packing of some kind (organization!). Also, of course, a payment method, a contact method and a well secured box. Payments are made on Tuesdays and Fridays for checks and M-F for paypal. Paypal will be pushed usually same day of settlement summary unless an adjustment is necessary (such as the addition of scrap).

    Also some new procedures. We are no longer doing box receipt confirmations so KEEP YOUR TRACKING AND WATCH IT! We are reinstating email labels, but you need to provide dimensions and weight, We will ship FedEx or USPS and bill to your settlement summary. Insurance is up to you, we do not insure inbounds unless you request it. If you can't lose the value, insure it. All inbounds have pictures available for package arrival and contents conditions. Any obvious damage to either we stop our process and contact you first.

    I have to bring this up over and over, all packages are handled in the order they are received. Packages without inventories or contact information attached are left unprocessed until we are contacted so PLEASE MAKE SURE YOU INCLUDE THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS!!!

    Hard Drives, Graphics Cards and Motherboards (as well as whole systems and non traditional parts) will have additional lead time simply because it takes longer to process them through our equipment.

    We are also developing a co-location facility of which I will update the forum on at a later date. With copper and gold up, I will also adjust prices tomorrow.
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    Oh and one more BIG thing for everyone. I've been developing our own bios and memtest distro for our test rigs for years now. It turns a standard $40 motherboard into a precision test rig, more accurate than most multi thousand dollar testers. I have successfully converted our server rigs to reduce lead time. At the same time we have built two 24 bay hard drive wiping rigs as well as our original 18 bay further decreasing hard drive turn around time. We are also fully DDR4 capable in desktop, server and laptop variants. We can test UP TO 64GB ram modules. I will have a few pics up of our progress next week.

    most of what we do is not so much "labor intensive" as it is machine intensive. I only have so much space and we already dedicate a server rack and two full size 4x8 foot custom built tables to memory. Our cpu rigs take up 16 feet of shelving space and our area for motherboards and graphics cards is now 30 feet worth of pallet racks. It has been a trial to streamline the processing and now we have it down to a science.
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    I just wanted to say we had an excellent transaction with AGW, this past week. It all went better than expected. I sent some stuff which was very questionable and was pleasantly surprised (though I should have put the pump in a plastic bag-a note to all you noobs like myself). Five out of four stars!

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    what are you paying for tested 2g 4g and 8g memory sticks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by catman View Post
    what are you paying for tested 2g 4g and 8g memory sticks?
    He has provided links at the top of this page with prices.

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    Thanks jimicrk. Yes the links provided at the top are current prices. Beware that DDR2 is falling off very very fast. I will be ending 1gb ddr2 within the month.
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    Excuse the mess today, I am updating all of the google sheets for scrap and parts so the prices are cohesive.
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    Updates for incoming hard drives. We are switching to a serialized adaptec secure erase software using a dedicated storage array for the job. We will NOT be using dban in the future. This process has been both approved for nist and is hippa compliant. We made this change at the request of our insurance provider. It also includes a two method controlled access to the equipment and 24 hour surveillance of the same. The server cabinet we have installed the system in has it's own alarm and is bolted to the floor. Likewise the system is OFF network, it is not accessible from the outside or internal networks. Drives awaiting destruction will now have their own secure secondary storage as well.

    Lastly for today, DDR2 2gb memory prices have gone down. Sales have been nonexistant and we are probably going to close down 1gb ddr2 in a few weeks.
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    More news. We are standing up a second warehouse in Oklahoma City. It will be a small receiving facility with some resale testing functionality (ram, cpus, some graphics cards etc). We have chosen this location to centralize ourselves within driving distance of many forum members and businesses in that area. At present I am preparing to take Germantown located equipment to the new site sometime at the end of the month. I will be spending 1-2 weeks in the area and can provide purchasing services for anyone who would like to sell their boards, general e-waste or send resale material to this new site. The new site will be BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. They will have both pickup in the area and drop off functionality as I already stated. Smaller lots can be sorted and paid on site larger lots will have payment paypal'd or paper check mailed to you. Please keep in mind this is a feeder facility so if you send large amounts of unsorted material it will take more than a day or two to settle the sort. All prices on the forum posts are up to date, google sheets prices for resale are also up to date, google sheets scrap prices will be updated between now and Friday, call or email for more information if you have questions.

    When mailing scrap, you may be given a different than usual address depending on workload at each facility. LTL shipped scrap will go to the cheapest location to ship based on commodity prices. Full Truckloads will continue to come to the Wisconsin facility for now.

    Thanks everyone and have a great week.
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    Sent two separate Priority Mail Medium Flate Rate Boxes to TJ recently and, even with shipping shenanigans at the Milwaukee post office and his trip out of town still had a good turnaround time. The boxes contained CPUs, RAM (including lots as more than scrap value) and hard drive boards and between the two boxes got just shy of $500. Great prices and quick, responsive service. Highly recommended!

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    Starting a project out east this month and part of next. We are back to friday through monday work schedules at the shop. All personnel myself included are out of state starting Tuesday.
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    Very nice hope its very profitable

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    1GB DDR2 has been retired, it is now scrap. If you already sent a box, don't worry, you made the cutoff. Ultimately we decided against further drop in price because the sticks per lb makes it more valuable as straight scrap.
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    Some news, I am traveling to Oklahoma City On Tuesday, thru Friday. I will be taking I80 to I355 and then I35 to OKC. If you live a reasonable distance or can meet me at a truck stop and have material that you want to sell (and save the shipping) AND it fits in my truck...I can help you out. either on my way down or back. Use my contact information to get ahold of me tomorrow or Monday. If you have a SIGNIFICANT load and really really want to sell it, I can and will bring my trailer but it must be truly significant, at least two gaylords of boards or higher value material.

    I will be making this trip periodically for the rest of the year so if you miss out, don't worry I will be back.

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