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    Budget 41-50k Please suggest a laptop

    Always welcome doc. Enjoy it
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    WTB 2080 TI Founders Edition or Asus Strix 2080 Ti

    Bump. Any reference design 2080 Ti will do.
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    (NO GPUs) 'How much can I sell this for?' thread

    Do you know if this is a reference design card?
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    Credit card discussions

    Yes, but the earning rate on that is absolute crap now.
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    Credit card discussions

    Axis ace is better than axis fk for general spends. I have both, use fk one for use only on fk. Other than that, infinia for any high value stuff as well as when their smartbuy specials are on, and citi premier miles before corona when i used to travel :D
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    PC Peripherals Need HELP to buy a cabinet from a store in Chandigarh
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    Hot! USA to India New service Cheap

    Add me to 5950x
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    Credit card discussions is pretty good.
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    FS: Power Cooling and Modding Almost complete water cooling kit and control board

    Hi, am interested in the quick disconnect fittings and possibly the rad. Are they compatible with soft tubing? Also, can you post better pictures of the radiator?
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    Graphic Cards RPTech India Sale for RTX 3070 today at 11AM

    It was available, they sold ~40 units.
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    My first foray into Water cooling

    Looks great. Where did you source the Flow+Temp meter? Also, did you paint parts of your Dark Hero white?
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    WTB 2080 TI Founders Edition or Asus Strix 2080 Ti

    Hello, looking for a 2080 Ti Founders edition only. I am building a custom loop machine, and this is one of the cards whose gpu block is easily available. Would prefer to buy one with at least 6 months warranty, but that is not mandatory.
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    Budget 41-50k Building a NAS (Unraid)

    You do not require the hardware functionality of the RAID controller, but you can use the controllers to give you the required SAS/SATA ports on your motherboard of choice.
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    Budget 41-50k Building a NAS (Unraid)

    I recommend you go with a mobo that supports ECC memory and opt for that. Is extremely useful for NAS/Backup purposes. I think the 4350g is perfect for your choice, as it is a "pro" cpu and has official ECC support.
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    (NO GPUs) 'How much can I sell this for?' thread

    I think 15-16k would be good. Would make an excellent buy for someone who wants to upgrade from legacy hardware.
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    Storage Solutions 2 x Kingston A400 m.2 SSD DOA?

    970 Evo plus is a NVMe drive, so the fact that it works does not mean that a SATA m.2 drive will work in the same slot. Like ashok mentioned above, please take a detailed look at your PC specification and see if any of them support SATA m.2 ssd's.