System-pull definitions

(computing, jargon) A new computer part that has been removed from an unused, assembled system.
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(computing, jargon) A new computer part that has not been unpacked, but is excess inventory from an end-of-lifed system configuration.
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(computing, jargon) A used computer part.
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Such a computer part.
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Origin of system-pull

Literally meaning “pulled from an already assembled system”.