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I'll never understand why people don't buy directly from Taobao. I mean, 'banggood.com'? Really..? rolleyessmileyanim.gif

This tablet on Taobao -> $295
This tablet on 'banggood.com' -> $365

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But it looks very exciting, I might grab one myself as my first tablet.
Edited by Trull - 10/31/15 at 6:49am
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I'll never understand why people don't buy directly from Taobao. I mean, 'banggood.com'? Really..? rolleyessmileyanim.gif

This tablet on Taobao -> $295
This tablet on 'banggood.com' -> $365

whistle.gif


But it looks very exciting, I might grab one myself as my first tablet.

Never ordered anything from Taobao, probably because it looks like they only accept the Yuan and the entire site is in Chinese and I can't read it? lol

Banggood is the only reputable vendor I can find for that particular tablet. There's a few other places that sell it for less, but they're scammers. Even the domain "http://www.onda-tablet.com/onda-v919-3g-core-m-tablet-pc.html" that sells it isn't even owned by the company Onda, it's a 3rd party that just took their name as the domain.

You really have to look out when ordering Chinese stuff. Banggood is the only place that has an actual return policy and customer service I can find.
Edited by r0ach - 11/2/15 at 5:21am
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Oh yea, if anyone was wondering, I've tried all Nvidia drivers up to 355.98 and it's junk heh. Everything after 350.12 went drastically downhill response-wise. 344.11, 344.16, 347.09 beta (not whql), and 350.12 are still the only usable ones out.
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What about 347.25 and 347.52, I've found those to be really excellent aswell.
   
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Never ordered anything from Taobao, probably because it looks like they only except the Yuan and the entire site is in Chinese and I can't read it? lol

Banggood is the only reputable vendor I can find for that particular tablet. There's a few other places that sell it for less, but they're scammers. Even the domain "http://www.onda-tablet.com/onda-v919-3g-core-m-tablet-pc.html" that sells it isn't even owned by the company Onda, it's a 3rd party that just took their name as the domain.

You really have to look out when ordering Chinese stuff. Banggood is the only place that has an actual return policy and customer service I can find.

Ordering in Yuan is no issue, it's all silver. And you don't need to read Chinese to be able to order from Taobao... even Google Translate does the job.

In Taobao/Tmall (Tmall is the real deal) you get to buy directly from Onda, by the way. They even link you to it on Onda's website... There is buyer protection and a return policy, plus the guarantee that you're buying from the source. If you buy it from a 3rd party that isn't Onda for extra money, that's the real scam because you're paying more money for nothing, and who knows if they'll actually respect the warranty, the return policy, etc. The website you pointed out is dodgy, but they never tell you that they're Onda and it's obvious that they're not. Is it a scam? I don't know, but at the very least they're charging more money for the same thing, which is what 'banggood.com' and a crap-ton more websites like that are doing. The best way to avoid things like that is to buy straight from the source... and obviously it's cheaper.

That tablet is $300 if you buy it from Onda. So only $5 more than the cheapest offering from another seller.
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I can't navigate tmall or taobao using google translate. It reformats and removes most elements from the screen like the click to buy boxes, so to do any purchase, you would need to use the normal Chinese page. It's probably possible to do a purchase with line by line translation, but then you have to hope someone from customer service speaks English if something goes wrong...
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I can't navigate tmall or taobao using google translate. It reformats and removes most elements from the screen like the click to buy boxes, so to do any purchase, you would need to use the normal Chinese page. It's probably possible to do a purchase with line by line translation, but then you have to hope someone from customer service speaks English if something goes wrong...

Works fine for me with Google Chrome... In the rare case that something goes wrong, there's a great chance that someone in customer service will speak at least basic English. You might not be as lucky if you contact them in Hungarian, though. And ultimately, maybe it's not counter-productive to learn a few Chinese characters to send a mental picture of what you mean. You don't need to learn ancient Chinese poetry, I promise.
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post #2078 of 3611
Great guide!

I have a igabyte GA-990XA-UD3 motherboard, and i was wondering for specific settings for BIOS optimization.

I also wonder, how are your resoults from all this tweaking? do you all agree on all BIOS settings?
post #2079 of 3611
Which driver is the best for AMD GPUs?
Back at 2013 I had amazing mouse reponse. Since 2014 it became utter sh**... I have a strong feeling that it's related to the display driver.
post #2080 of 3611
I think I found my problem - playing for 3 days than after I'm writing - looks solved and found 2 things in bios

I did OC before with XMP , manual and with AI Tweaker - never checked that setting before (marked in 2nd pic.)

My bios settings like this for now,







I'm using like this, didn't try XMP - I know my rams work at 2666Mhz. Anyway, when I changed BCLK FREQ. AUTO to 100:133 (2nd picture) problem disappeared. Never notice before, I think it always was AUTO. Also in bios, mouse works perfect. Didn't read something like this before or I didn't see. Bios shows my rams 2666Mhz - OS shows 2666Mhz; but if it is in auto mode, looks motherboard can'T understand real freq.

Also when I enable DMI (direct Media Interface) after 5-10 min game gets slow (like slow motion - BF4 Air Vehicles) I really don't know what for this DMI

For now game experience is really good.
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