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post #4251 of 14585 Old 04-11-2011, 10:21 PM
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Tax is 15% here Just gone up from 12.5%

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Tax is 15% here Just gone up from 12.5%
Eek. We hardly have any export or consumption taxes in Australia thankfully , Only annoying one is GST though.

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Yeah I was referring to GST I found it so confusing when I was in America trying to buy stuff. You look at the price tag and because you're used to seeing the price inclusive of tax, you forget that you've gotta fork out a bit extra at the counter Not knowing what the tax rates were in the 2 different States I visited made it tricky to work out how much money to give the person (not that I knew/know what coins were which amount anyways!)

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Yeah I was referring to GST I found it so confusing when I was in America trying to buy stuff. You look at the price tag and because you're used to seeing the price inclusive of tax, you forget that you've gotta fork out a bit extra at the counter Not knowing what the tax rates were in the 2 different States I visited made it tricky to work out how much money to give the person (not that I knew/know what coins were which amount anyways!)
Don't feel bad, we're in the same boat when we go abroad as well. Though I do like that the tax is pre-applied that does make things a bit easier. Except with online of course like MDPC-x. I'm always having to add shipping only to find out later that it went up. lol

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Hello,

Im gonna be doing my first sleeving job this week and I have just a few questions for you guys,

1. How much sleeving and heat wrap (in feet) would I need for 24 pin connector, 8 pin, two 6 pin connectors, and a few 120mm fans?

2. When taking the wires out of the connectors, do you have to put the wires back in the same holes you pulled them out off? Or does it not matter?

If this sounds noobish, dont laugh! Ive never done something like this, but I think your not really pc-hollic unless youve done the following.. Full custom water cooling, cable sleeving, sli-crossfire. So Ive got the water cooling done, next up is the sleeving.

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Measure one wire from each connector and multiply to find the amount of sleeving you will need for each cable. Then multiply the total by 20% so you have extra for mistakes. As for shrink you would want about 5.5ft of it.(This was my math for 15mm of sleeving per side of cable with 3 fans extra to sleeve with some extra incase of mistakes)

As for actually wiring it back up, the easiest way is to take one wire out and sleeve it then put it back in. That way you dont mess the wiring up.
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