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Corsair sent me a brand new H100i as a replacement for my H100 with a build up issue ( even though I opened it to inspect the issue. I was given the option by the hardware rep here to have it replaced with something else from their line up beings I already bought a new H100i thinking they wouldn't accept an RMA for mine, but they received my defective unit and immediately shipped out...
I personally use The free version is plenty for my remote needs, it's less laggy than Teamviewer (though I've only used the free version) and it's really simple to use, which is great because clients are typically pretty stupid. Other programs offer a lot more functionality, but for just a remote desktop, is pretty awesome.
It shouldn't hurt the files, but they won't get any smaller. You'll just end up having more work as you'll have to unzip the archive, which will give you another archive which you'll have to unzip.
I smell you getting a $5 check in the mail and that's about it. Oh, and the lawyers making millions.
The first one is going to be significantly faster and upgradable. It's also a lot cheaper. You could spend the same as the Pixel by the time you upgrade the first one, but you'll have a much better machine other than the display pixel density.
It is. The screw that holes that wheel on kept ramming into the bracket where the PCI card screws into, which made things kind of a pain.
Just finished my PC-Q07B
Just finished my PC-Q07B: i5 2400S @ 2.6ghz 0.94v (undervolted on stock cooler) AsRock H77M-ITX 2x 4GB GSKill RipJaws X 1600mhz @ 1333 8-8-8-24 OCZ Agility 3 60GB Toshiba 750GB 2.5" Dynex 400w PSU with all unneeded cables cut off, others shortened EVGA 650 Ti 1GB I cut the hole for the second PCI bracket a little too big, but whatever, it's on the back.
The only issue with Windows 8/8.1 that I found was fixed with $3.
We only do iPad service through GSX, full unit replacements. Much easier, no worrying about breaking anything, customer is happy because out of warranty pricing isn't insane, and 5 minutes of paperwork. We did a test run of doing glass replacements and we stopped because no one wanted to do it and the amount of time it took for the money we made wasn't worth it. We also did glass replacements on unibody laptops for about two years with no issues, and then all of the...
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