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    Buying Computer Related Items for MORE than scrap Value

    Here is a list of items im looking to buy for greater than scrap value.
    PRICES AS OF 7/2/2018
    Working Items

    Please click link below for CPU,RAM, AND HARD DRIVE PRICES.

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

    Blue Ray player $5
    Blue Ray burner $15


    PCI Express video cards 1GB or larger $3.00 to $25.00 each depending on model
    PCI Express gaming style video cards. Please send picture for price.




    PARTS

    Ram with heatsinks on them are fine as long as they are for desktop pc's no server memory at this time.All items will be tested apon arrival to me. Once confirmed in working order payment via paypal or check will be made to you for your order. If item is not in working order the price structure below will be used.
    Non working prices
    DVDRW drives $(current scrap price)
    Hard Drives $(current scrap price)
    Laptop Hard Drives $(current scrap price)
    Ram chips $(current scrap price)
    Video cards $(current scrap price)



    CHECK LINK BELOW FOR FULL ESCRAP PRICE LIST
    National - Buying Computer Related Ewaste and Scrap!
    Terry@3RTechnologySolutions.com
    303-729-5956 ext 101
    303-549-9984 cell
    Please call or contact me before sending large quantities of any one product. Or feel Free to contact me via the forums. All Hard Drives are completely formatted and DOD compliant wiped.
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    Congradulations PTS on moving up to the next level!

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    Congrats on a new venture. All that prep work is going to payoff, Mike.

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    Congrats on taking the plunge...hope to be calling you FTS someday.


    P.S. Do you take gutted TV's? Great! I will drop them off while your at work today.
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    I like the sound of that (FTS)!

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    Im gonna be sending you some HD once i get my paypal set up :-D

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    This looks great. Better prices than scrap and easier than Ebay or CL for me. I will have to look at my supply.

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    Congratualtions Part Time Scrapper!

    I'm very excitied for you and also fascinated to watch E-Waste arbitrage in action.
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Arbitrage
    I'm new to the term -- arbitrage -- and since learning about it, I've been seeing it everywhere. According to the intro to Finance course I sat-in on a few weeks ago, all markets, given time and free-flowing information, will seek to equilibrate.

    It seems to me that the E-Waste business is fragmented into multiple micro-markets with significant imbalances in price structure. The prices in these differing E-waste markets are determined by a wide range of factors including:
    1) geography
    2) population density
    3) regional business structure
    4) information barriers (the forum is working to knock those down)
    5) and perhaps most crucially, access to markets for E-waste liquidation (theoretically, CL and Ebay democratize the markets, but as many others have noted, there are fees and inefficiencies that can frustrate the small time operator).

    The fragmentation of E-waste into micro-markets creates arbitrage opportunities. And it's the identification and exploitation of those arbitrage niches by go-getters like PTS that make business so dynamic and fascinating.

    In a nutshell: We're witnessing a compression of the bid/ask spread.
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    Thank you all for your kind words. Look forward to buying from all of you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by KZBell View Post
    Congrats on taking the plunge...hope to be calling you FTS someday.


    P.S. Do you take gutted TV's? Great! I will drop them off while your at work today.
    LOL I think the goodwill is closer to your house.
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    I'll be sorting out a box of items for this week. I'll be in touch!

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    P.S. Do you take gutted TV's? Great! I will drop them off while your at work today.
    LOL I think the goodwill is closer to your house.
    What ever happened to "the customer is always right"?

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    I broke the ICE. Thank you Scrap Master J for being my first official customer. Was great doing business with you and hope to do more in the future.
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    Congrats PT !! glad we have been able to work together successfully! Very happy to see you growing!
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    help not a computer geek, just a dismanteler. show me the diference between IDE and SATA also a video card. thx and congrats PTS. wish you the best.

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    here you go old dude.

    IDE is the ribbon cable stuff. Sata is the thinner red cable. Well its usualy red but I guess it can be any color. A sata drive will not have the gold pins in the back of the drive like your use to seeing. IT has 2 flat connectors like the pic below.


    Notice the difference with this IDE drive.



    Now you have 3 diferent types of video cards PCI,AGP,PCIeXpress.

    Here is a PCI card notice the gold fingers. From left to right you have long section then a small section.

    Here is an agp. The gold fingers are in 3 sections. Also Notice the L shaped tab behind the gold fingers.

    Here is a PCIeXpress the gold fingers are small section followed by long section. Also notice the L shaped tab behind the gold fingers.


    Now they look like this about 90 percent of the time. Sometimes you will get some cards that have more break in the cards then they need too. This will get you started anyway.
    I hope this helps you olddude. Im going to start a parts identification section on my website. With your permissions Im going to title it Olddudes section
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    How soon is the Olddude's section going to be up?

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    Quote Originally Posted by freonjoe View Post
    How soon is the Olddude's section going to be up?
    Well most of it is up allready on this forum under breakdown. If you need help with IDing other stuff let me know and ill try and add it to the section. I should have it started by end of the day.
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