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May 22, 2011, 06:36:43 AM
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I am selling a variety of used PCIe risers.  I've listed what I paid for them (in USD).  As a general rule, I'm looking to get about half what I paid (BTC accepted of course), but feel free to make an offer.  Larger orders preferred; for small orders I'll need to charge a little extra to cover shipping.  I'm in the USA.  Buyers from other countries may need to pay a bit more for shipping.


1. PCIe x1 to x16 adapter

Paid $16, 1 available


2. Cheap, low quality 6" PCIe x1 flexible risers

Unmodified: paid $4.50, 5 available
With the end sawed off so it can take an x16 card: paid $4.50, 6 available


3. Expensive, high quality PCIe Gen 2.0 x1 flexible risers

6" unmodified: paid $58.50, 1 available
12" unmodified: paid $73.50, 5 available
12" with the end sawed off so it can take an x16 card: paid $73.50, 2 available


4. 12" PCIe x1 flexible risers with separate power

These risers take their power from a separate connection rather than the slot on the motherboard, which is useful if you have too many cards drawing power from the motherboard.

I have two varieties:

Power from standard ATX power supply: These draw power from a standard floppy connector.

Power from external 12V power supply: These also use a floppy connector, but only the 12V and ground pins are used, allowing a 12V-only power source to be used.  This can be useful if you need to draw power from a power supply rail that only supplies 12V.  I have some adapters that can be used to convert from 6-pin PCIe to floppy (via molex) for this purpose -- see below.

Power from standard ATX power supply: paid $46, 3 available
Power from external 12V power supply: paid $56, 6 available


5. 6-pin PCIe to Molex power adapter

Converts a 6-pin PCIe power source to a Molex connector.  Only 12V is provided, not 5V.  Useful for things that only need 12V, like fans or the powered riser above.

Paid $12.95, 6 available


6. Molex to floppy power adapter

Converts a Molex power source to a floppy power connector.

Paid $2.95, 4 available
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May 30, 2011, 04:57:27 AM
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Link for #3 is dead. Do you have any pics?

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June 05, 2011, 10:02:49 AM
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Are the powered 12" cables $56/ea, or for the lot?  I'm guessing each, but wanted to be sure.

Thanks!
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June 07, 2011, 02:58:10 AM
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wow, good sharing. Grin
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June 09, 2011, 02:04:09 AM
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the price of #2 is very attractive.
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