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CapitalistVN

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  1. 48 minutes ago, floofer said:

    It should be fine like any ID. Just make sure its your license and shows age verification etc. You can also get the tax off the AirPods too at customs. 

     

    3 hours ago, VegetableStu said:

    best to email/message apple support to be sure. They do have to deal with tourists in Apple Orchard Road, so my guess would tend to "yes" i think...? o_o

    https://support.apple.com/en-sg/contact

    Thank you guys for the answer! Really appreciate it!


  2. So I'm going to Singapore in July, and I'm planning to pickup a pair of AirPods while I'm at it. And since I want to engrave my AirPods, I have to pick it up at an Apple Store there (no AS at my place lol). But this is my first time doing so, and for people who have did that: Can you guys tell me if I can use my local ID to pickup my stuff there, and if it's not available, am I eligible for a refund, since I have to place my order BEFORE the trip. Thanks!


  3. Nah, the motherboard isn't the problem. Even with 8 lanes at PCI-E 3.0 speed, it would be still plenty for that 2070. And that card is probably getting plenty of juice from the PCI external power connector, not from the board (the board can only supply 75W maximum through the PCI-E slot). The only problem is that the i5 7500 might be causing just a bit bottlenecking for that card.


  4. How about an normal iPad 2018? It's around 270-300 euros right now if I'm not mistaken? And it has got much better performance than almost any tablets on the market (not counting the iPad Pros of course), and it will surely get iOS updates for the next few years.


  5. So there would be a need to develop another version of macOS just for ARM processors. I mean, look at how bad Windows 10 for ARM chips right now. If Apple could find a way to get x86-64 architecture for their next generation of CPUs, at that small package, at that same performance, and somehow not screwing up their macOS for ARM CPUs (if there are one), then it would be much more exciting.


  6. 2 minutes ago, 227167_1454181677 said:

    I really think I'm good in that dept. More than the typical pee shape, but as Linus' video has showed, you can practically put mountains on and it shouldn't suffer that much... I've literally taken all blocks apart and gone through etched channels in the copper, so I know there's no blockage or anything... I mean at this point, I may just have to reapply the past again for like... the 4th or 5th time if I count the liquid metal process that also wasn't good... It's just bizarre. It seems like something must be catastrophically wrong for me to hit 89 with so much rad. 

    Yeah 89 with a 360 rad. There must be a problem somewhere. Yeah it's probably the die and the heat-spreader doesn't quite stick to each other.


  7. Actually the 1060 is going to be fine for at least a few years. I won't expect big changes in the GPU's/CPU's performance, like what Nvidia did from Maxwell 2.0 to Pascal, or Intel's Kaby Lake to Coffee Lake. However, I'm still interested on how the GTX/RTX 2060 will performs though...


  8. So I'm getting a pair of Sonos Ones very soon, however I don't have my phones around me often, and I know that this speaker has to get music somehow. I know for a fact that the Homepod can stream music from the Internet by itself, without using an iPhone. So I want to know if the Sonos One is also capable of doing that. I appreciates all help!

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