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    Australia
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    i5 8400
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    MSI Z370 PC-Pro
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    16GB Corsair Vengeance
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    1660 Super
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    NZXT H510
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    500GB Samsung 970 Evo
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    550W Seasonic Prime Ultra Gold
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    Corsair H115i

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  1. Depends on your country. Like here in Australia other proof of purchase can be used for warranty. Like entry in a POS system, records of serial numbers, shipment dates or warehouse picking slips, bank transfers etc. can be considered for warranty to establish proof of purchase. https://www.accc.gov.au/consumers/prices-surcharges-receipts/receipts-proof-of-purchase#:~:text=credit or debit card statement,and amount of the purchase&text=a copy or photograph of the receipt. Have often had things repaired where the manufacturer just looks up the serial number
  2. If it is a 10 year old SLA battery it will be stuffed. Typically they have a useable life of 3-5 years. Some will go longer but it's a case of pre-emptive replacement for battery backup applications. Don't want to find out it's stuffed when you need it most. A lot of that age are either vented/bulging or dried out when I find them. Testing, charging and protection circuits can vary widely in how effective they are. Some will actually periodically load test the battery and have sophisticated charging circuits. Others may basically just check for voltage and more or less
  3. What @seon123 said, it's an update of model names so the TX is a direct equivalent. See this: https://seasonic.com/oneseasonic Probably just haven't updated the listing to correct it.
  4. Second this. Depends massively on your specs, future ambitions and use case @MrBigBrainThe2nd.
  5. All g. You probably know more on the subject I just checked some photos.
  6. Huh ? I was suggesting he replace the pigtail as it looks to be an SMA antenna on a bulkhead connector on the frame ? Not that I'm certain that is completely the correct type but the general vibe looks right. Yeah didn't know LH/RH circular but knew horizontal/vertical linear polarisation.
  7. Actual cable management... ? Colour codes don't really have anything to do with cable management. There can be reasons for and against. In vehicles you get completely illogical colour codes where you have I dunno, the left speaker might be white/orange trace and pink/brown trace and the right speaker uses completely different colours again. In a car though it is extremely useful to have unique colours to trace and for on the schematics. Other times can be unnecessary. For electrical and comms, colour codes are set in stone in standards and must be adhered to, you know straight awa
  8. Looks like an SMA connector on the antenna end ? That IPX connector has got IPX stamped in it, but as @AbydosOne has stated there are several variants of that style connector so you may need to confirm. It's going to be easiest to just get a whole complete cable than soldering it up preferably. Something along the lines of this, check both connectors are correct. The seller may tell you what type you need or be able to sell it to you... ? Be aware that SMA connectors can have different gender centre pins in some configurations. Just to mess with
  9. https://www.nbnco.com.au/learn/rollout-map? That should advise what technology you're on. Also their provided modems should have 4G backup at a limited speed. I take it you don't want fixed wireless ?
  10. In addition to the above to further confuse things, there are polymer variants of tantalum and aluminium electrolytic caps. Also niobium as an alternative to tantalum but they are low voltage only and not super common.
  11. Have you got any actual documentation, wiring diagram, pinout table, link to the seller ? As Heliian stated there may be on the plugs speed control, it's tortoise and hare mode on EWPs. So you either may have it set at 50%/low or it may default to that. Personally hate chinese crap where you don't know if it's faulty or not, badly documented, no support, no fixes for issues... If by random you mean functions that are typically in the wiring harness of these controllers? How did you arrive at your current wiring scheme ? Any jumpers
  12. Yeah I had bulging caps around the CPU in the mid 00s that were known bad and Asus recapped with Panasonic FL I think it was, no issue after that. As you've said though, the extra heat in that location can rapidly exacerbate issues.
  13. Smells like BS. If he was in an official capacity or even if leaking he could very easily contact Linus and get it to him. "He can contact me". Is a cop out, BS, misinformation job. I know who shot JFK, but if the FBI wants to know they should ask me. Totes legit guise.
  14. Dead giveaway is they even have a pic in the listing of how unimpressed you'll look when you realise you've been had.
  15. If you enjoy tech try and scrounge for parts. We have bulk rubbish weeks where hard rubbish is left out for collection. Our tip won't let you take electrical, (safety and liability issues) but your local might sell or give you some old gear. Local freecycle/pay it forward groups can have people giving things away or selling very cheap. Buy and sell sites, computer forums... You'll see people doing a clear out really cheap. My current build was previously an old i3 rig with a 7750 from a friend, then upped to a 1050ti and I
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