FOR SALE: Ex-Mayfair Hedge Fund Trading Computer Workstation

WR1

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If you re-read the thread back carefully, you will realise that they aren't available anywhere, let alone eBay for £700.

You have no knowledge of technology do you? Do you even know what an X5690 is?
i have no knowledge at all about anyfing - i am completely fick
i should train to be a hedge fund trader otherwise i will always be dumb

get off your high horse Mr hedge fund
everything's available anywhere at the right price

looks to me like you tried to sell on ebay and only got 700 and have tried your luck on here instead
and seeing as 95-98% loose anyway, because of types like yourself
they would be better off spending the money elsewhere
good luck with the sale
 
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#32
i have no knowledge at all about anyfing - i am completely fick
i should train to be a hedge fund trader otherwise i will always be dumb

get off your high horse Mr hedge fund
everything's available anywhere at the right price

looks to me like you tried to sell on ebay and only got 700 and have tried your luck on here instead
and seeing as 95-98% loose anyway, because of types like yourself
they would be better off spending the money elsewhere
good luck with the sale
You obviously have reading and comprehension deifficulties. I advised you to read the whole thread before you put finger to keyboard, everything that you wanted to know has already been answered.

If only you had the common sense and decency to check before you post.
 

WR1

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your selling a PC what else to know that google can't tell us

and why are you selling it, if its that good ?
margin calls ?
 
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Hi Raz
We might not agree on a price but if we do.
Do you have the original packaging still for transport by courier ?
Thanks
Tony
 
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your selling a PC what else to know that google can't tell us

and why are you selling it, if its that good ?
margin calls ?
Raz hedge fund probably closed down like most hedge funds have. Most have a lifetime of 6months to 2 years.
 
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Raz hedge fund probably closed down like most hedge funds have. Most have a lifetime of 6months to 2 years.
Hi ZoZo,

That is correct, it was closed down by it's Creditors, as they were spending their 2% quite extravagantly and lavishly.

I was talking to the Administrators Agent and he said they had paintings on the wall that they paid £10k for, just for decoration.

The only people who got a good deal out of the Hedge Fund are people like me, who picked up some of their equipment at heavily discounted prices to the market.
 

A Dashing Blade

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Hedge Funds are well known for buying the best equipment money can buy . . . .
<cough!>

. . .
I have been offered £900 for the CPU alone.
. . .
Then take it if the offer's still there (serious)

. . . You have no knowledge of technology do you? . . . .
To pre-empt this question, yes, I have 30 years trading 18 of which have been very IT orientated the last 5-odd of which have been in hedge-fund space.

Bottom line, your selling off top-specced kit which depreciates in resale-price price very very quickly

The fact that a hedgie was the original owner is neither here nor there (and in fact, pound to a pinch of pig-sh1t that level of pc grunt was never required in the first place)
 
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<cough!>



Then take it if the offer's still there (serious)



To pre-empt this question, yes, I have 30 years trading 18 of which have been very IT orientated the last 5-odd of which have been in hedge-fund space.

Bottom line, your selling off top-specced kit which depreciates in resale-price price very very quickly

The fact that a hedgie was the original owner is neither here nor there (and in fact, pound to a pinch of pig-sh1t that level of pc grunt was never required in the first place)
The amount of timwasting bull****ter on this thread is staggering.

Go find something better to do than sticking your nose in where you have no business.

I put up and ad fro some equipment. Period.

I didn't ask for a socio-economic analysis from hypo-schizophrenics.

Some people have too much time on their hands.
 
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Hi Raz
A you haven't replied to my queries about packaging I'm assuming you're not interested in my offer. I am going to go for a new build instead.
Regards
Tony