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  1. I'm a noob to the Tt forum, yay me I purchased the SwordM case back in '08, installed an ASUS P6T7WS mobo with a first gen 3 GHz i7 running 12Gb of tri-channel DDR3, an ASUS GTX480 gpu and a pair of 15K rpm 250Gb WD Raptor drives in raid 0 for the system disk. It's currently still running, now with Windows 10. Was considering upgrading the cpu to a six core Xeon or unlocked i7 extreme.... but with the latest advances in cpu die architecture being realized on the new Skylake platform combined with the expanded bandwidth the Z170 boards are offering, I'm thinking I may wait till Q3 or 4 of this year to see if Intel releases the six/eight core Skylake chips before I undertake any significant upgrades. All that being said, the point of this post originates from the complete lack of SwordM threads or posts within the forum. It's huge, it's bulky and has some oddball custom parts that make it tricky to work with at times.... BUT I love it It's impossibly sturdy and durable and is constructed of aluminum extrusions... some of which can be found in various colors/shapes/sizes online (such as the frame braces that hold the door panels together, or the rails used for most of the other frame reinforcements). It doesn't come without it's own set of problems however.... in my case, the top panel and side door gas springs (MDI model 08AA's) had cheap seals, and all three failed... losing all internal gas pressure AND the lubricating oil in the process. The oil dripped down the inside of the chassis onto several fans which lovingly sprayed the oil evenly throughout the case. Oil is non-conductive, no problem there.... dust can be though, and dust sticks very well to oil. One day the machine wouldn't get beyond BIOS, and upon internal inspection, the oil issue was discovered. COMPLETE CASE DISASSEMBLY and cleaning followed. Sourced new, higher quality gas springs (I hope, they're RV furniture-grade now) and rewired everything. Learned alot about the construction of the chassis during this process. In the future I wish to machine the front aluminum face to accept a new I/O panel: such as deleting the eSATA/power ports, switching to USB 3.0 and increasing the number of available ports from 2 to 4, changing the power/reset switches and LEDs, and modifying the rear swinging door to include clean, panel-mounted cable pass-thru's (think of small 8"-12" cable jumpers, connecting to the mobo/gpu/psu input/output ports, ending with just enough slack to completely open the rear door without having to disconnect any cabling or worry about clearance issues with cables vs liquid cooling pumps/lines/etc.) If anyone out there still owns one of these unique cases, please weigh in, I'd love to hear your thoughts and your own experiences!
  2. TT James

    Level 20 Series

    Thermaltake Level 20 Series Level 20 Series Design Story Thermaltake has been evolving continuously over the past two decades in the PC DIY industry. From developing thermal ventilation optimization, gaming-oriented design to architectural aesthetics, we never stop striving to provide the best to the consumers. Thermaltake, while constantly improves on the PC hardware components, also always advocate for the Modding community. We understand the importance of appreciating innovation and maker movement, so we continually support and work with modders to advance the PC DIY industry together. To help us celebrate our 20th anniversary and reflect on our achievements, we gathered all the successful elements on what we have learned over the past two decades and combine with the latest trends in the market to form Level 20. Thermaltake Level 20 Tempered Glass Edition Full Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Video Level 20, as an embodiment of Thermaltake’s cultural foundation, user-friendly consideration, and technology advancement, is a new flagship model that coincides with Thermaltake’s 20th anniversary. Featuring ventilation-focused, trio-chamber design with tempered glass and tool-less locking mechanism, speedy transmission (USB Type-C™ & USB 3.0), TT Premium Gaming PCI-E 3.0 Riser Cable, and integration with cutting-edge ‘TT RGB PLUS’ software/voice controlled members, including three built-in Riing Plus 14 LED RGB Fans, 2 Lumi Plus LED Strips and 1 Riing Plus Digital Controller, Level 20 is the true production of traditional refinement and contemporary mechanism to all the gamers and enthusiasts. Thermaltake Level 20 GT RGB Plus Edition Full Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Media Reviews: 1. Mighty Gadget Video The Level 20 GT RGB Plus is the premium full tower in the level 20 range – specially outfitted with RGB Plus products. Level 20 GT RGB Plus features four tempered glass panels with locking hinged doors, E-ATX motherboard support and a removable power cover. The Level 20 GT RGB comes preinstalled with two Riing Plus 20 RGB in the front & one Riing Plus 14 RGB fans in the rear. These RGB Plus fans are custom-designed to work with our AI Voice Control software, as well as with Amazon Alexa. The lighting effects can also be synchronized with Razer’s RGB products via Razer Chroma software. Thermaltake Level 20 GT Full Tower Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Media Reviews: 1. BPS Customs 2. Gear Seekers 3. iRepairFast Thermaltake is thrilled to show the latest TT Premium product line – the Level 20 Series which commemorates 20 years of dedication to the PC industry. The level 20 GT is our new premium full tower in the Level 20 range. The Level 20 GT features E-ATX motherboard support, four tempered glass panels with a lockable hinged door design, the latest I/O port options (USB Type-C™ & USB 3.0), an all-new rotating PCI-E slot system, and removable power supply shroud. Thermaltake Level 20 XT Cube Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Thermaltake is thrilled to present the latest TT Premium product line – Level 20 Series which commemorates 20 years of dedication to the PC industry. Under this product line is the new Level 20 Series – Level 20 XT. Level 20 XT is a cube case specially designed to show off custom liquid cooling systems. The level 20 XT has a unique flat motherboard design that puts components on display from any angle, and a chamber design that separates cooling, PSU and hardware components in the upper and lower sections. The Level 20 XT takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern style that’s utterly unique in the case market today. Stand out from the crowd with the Level 20. Thermaltake Level 20 VT Micro Chassis *The image is for reference only. Product Link Thermaltake is thrilled to show the latest TT Premium product line – the Level 20 Series which commemorates 20 years of dedication to the PC industry. The Level 20 VT is the pocket rocket of the Level 20 series, offering massive support inside an M-ATX footprint. The Level 20 VT is designed to prove that micro cases don’t have to be small on power. It boasts a 200mm fan pre-installed at the front as well as great liquid cooling support, four 4mm tempered glass panels and interchangeable panels with filters. The VT also has a chamber design with a flat motherboard tray that lets you hide away cables while showing off liquid cooling hardware at the top. The Level 20 VT takes our latest case innovations and wraps them in an ultra-modern, space-conscious style that’s utterly unique in the case market today.
  3. Mod view Sonic XG240R Combinando com o tema do projeto, no nível 20 (aniversário de 20 anos da Thermaltake). Usando as mesmas cores usadas (ouro, prata.) Acrílicos espelhados. Tudo corte e feito manualmente.
  4. The headset I/O port on my Versa H22 Plus chassis is not working. It doesn't even recognize when the headset is plugged into it.
  5. Hello, o, back when I was upgrading my rig in 2012 I didn't know much about PC's and I made the mistake to buy my CPU Cooler from a Chinese brand, that is to say THERMALTAKE, instead of buying from Cooler Master, Corsair, etc basically from anyone else except the Chinese. Like you have heard, in the last few days the world of Personal Computing has been taken by storm by AMD RYZEN. We have seen so far several companies stepping in and offering FREE AMD RYZEN mounting kits for their CPU coolers. That includes Cooler Master, who released a FREE AM4 upgrade kit for their widely popular CPU cooler Hyper 212 Evo. I need to know where THERMALTAKE stands on this issue, so that I can decide for myself whether my next CPU Cooler is going to be a Thermaltake unit or I will just go Coler Master like pretty much everyone and their sister have. My FRIO OCK is 5 years old already, so if you don't offer an upgrade for socket AM4 you are forcing me to retire it, and ofc I will never buy from you again seeing as how pretty much everyone else who owns 10 year old Hyper 212's from Cooler Master is good to go. thanks iosman
  6. Thermaltake Commander C Series Key Features - Two Built-in 200mm 5V ARGB Front Fans - Supports both ARGB Color Synchronization with ASUS, MSI, GIGABYTE and ASRock Motherboards - RGB color selection button via the I/O Port - Built-in ARGB Switch Board for Different Lighting Modes - I/O Port Supports Dual USB 3.0 - Excellent Cooling Capability with 2-Way Radiator Mounting up to 360mm - Gaming Design, Mesh Front Panel - Riser GPU Support Bracket - Built-in Power Cover - 4mm Tempered Glass Side Panel - Superior Hardware Support Product Link
  7. Hola comunidad Thermaltake. Alguien ha resuelto y con exito, el problema de apagado repentino de la aplicacion Tt DPS G App? La inicio funciona 2 o 3 minutos y despues se apaga. En el visor de sucesos de W10 dice: Nombre de la aplicación con errores: Thermaltake DPS POWER.exe, versión:, marca de tiempo: 0x5c6684c9 Nombre del módulo con errores: Qt5Core.dll, versión:, marca de tiempo: 0x575a68fa Código de excepción: 0xc0000005 Desplazamiento de errores: 0x0008525f Identificador del proceso con errores: 0x1f28 Hora de inicio de la aplicación con errores: 0x01d4df82bdaaef55 Ruta de acceso de la aplicación con errores: C:\Program Files (x86)\Tt\Tt DPS G App\Thermaltake DPS POWER.exe Ruta de acceso del módulo con errores: C:\Program Files (x86)\Tt\Tt DPS G App\Qt5Core.dll Identificador del informe: 56163315-f2f7-4ac8-a95b-839b6eb75f05 He desinstalado, limpiado el registro, reinstalado...etc todo... y sigue cerrandose en 2 o 3 minutos. La fuente funciona bien, es nueva, tiene un mes de uso y es una maravilla, pero sin la aplicacion y su iluminacion, ya no es tan maravillosa, pero si muy cara. Necesito una solucion, por favor. Gracias
  8. Introduction It's time for another custom Liquid Cooled build, and this time we are utilizing the MASSIVE Thermaltake Tower 900 case! This is a commissioned build, using some extreme hardware, and I am really excited to get started. Will feature dual liquid loops, one for the i9-7980 Extreme CPU, and the other cooling 2x Nvidia Titan X Pascals in SLI. We will incorporate a little bit of acrylic work to clean things up, along with some painting, and RGB lighting. Take a look at all the components below to see just how impressive (and powerful) this build will be when completed. I present Project Ecthelion! Component List Component Type (PC Hardware) Case Thermaltake Tower 900 White x1 Motherboard ASUS Prime x299 Deluxe x1 CPU Intel i9-7980XE Extreme 18 Core Processor x1 RAM G.SKILL 64GB (4 x 16GB) TridentZ Series DDR4 PC4-27200 3400MHZ x1 Video Cards Nvidia Titan X Pascal x2 SLI x2 GPU Backplate Titan X Design x2 Color Backplates x2 SSD NVMe Samsung 960 Pro M.2 2TB x2 (RAID) x2 SSD 2.5in Samsung 860 EVO 1TB x1 Power Supply EVGA SuperNOVA 1000 P2 80+ PLATINUM, 1000W x1 Custom Cables Blue and Black sleeved x1 OS (Dual Boot) Windows 10 x64 / OSX (HackinTosh) Fans / Lighting NZXT RF-AR140-C1 HUE+ & Aer RGB140 Fans Bundle Pack x1 Lighting NZXT HUE+ Extension Kit LED Strips x2 Component Type (Liquid Cooling) Reservoir / Pump Thermaltake Pacific PR22-D5 Adjustable D5 Pump/Reservoir Combo x2 Fans (Radiator) Corsair ML120, 120mm Magnetic Levitation SP Fan (2-Pack) x3 Radiator XSPC EX360 High Performance Radiator x2 Tubing (Hard) Monsoon Hardline PETG Tubing 1/2" ID, 5/8" OD (16mm) 36inx3 x1 Tubing (Soft) PrimoFlex Advanced LRT 3/8in.ID x 5/8in.OD Tubing Bundle (10ft pack) x1 Fittings Monsoon to 1/2" ID, 5/8" OD Hardline Eco V2 Compression Fittings x6 x3 Fittings Barrow G1/4" Fittings (Various) x46 Fittings XSPC G1/4" Ball Valve, Black Chrome x2 Waterblock CPU EK X299 Monoblock x1 GPU Waterblock Watercool HEATKILLER for Titan X Pascal - ACRYL Ni x2 Coolant Additive Mayhems Pastel Concentrate White - 250ml x1 Coolant Additive Mayhems Pastel Concentrate Blue - 250ml x1 Misc Barrow Replacement G1/4" O Ring - 10pcs - Blue x2 Component Type (Mini Case Display) Display Toguard 7 inch Ultra-Thin High-Res 1024x600 HDMI Monitor x1 Misc Flat Slim High Speed HDMI Extension Cable x1 Misc USB 2.0 Male to Micro USB 90 degree Angled Cable x1 Misc DC Barrel Power Plug Pigtail Cable 12v x1
  9. Boa Tarde, pois o cabo do meu Headset Cronos Usb P2 : MODELO Ht-cro008ecbl Preto arrebentou e nao acho em lugar algum, pois onde posso encontrar ou encomendar com a TTEsportes mesmo ?? Socorro!!
  10. Hi, Since I used a View 91 building this rig and I did some customization on the case to get what I want out of it, I thought I'd share a few pics. I'm not looking for any followers, awards or "corporate sponsorsheeip" here -- this isn't a 100% TT rig and no apologies will be made for that -- I'm just sharing a few pics and ideas for "other" things that can be done with this very large case. There are fancier and nicer looking ways to do some things I've done here. For example, I agree that custom bent hard tubing can be better looking than soft tubing. The tubing brackets up top may be a little tacky but it works. I just don't have much spare time or money anymore and can't spend all of it obsessing over the appearance of my rig. So a lot of the thinking building my stuff anymore is about reliability and what is practical, keeping stuff out of my way for ease of maintenance, etc. -- rather than bling and showing off the latest-greatest junk to convince you to buy it. Anyway, here goes. Basic Specs Thermaltake View 91 RGB Plus case ASRock X299 OC Formula board, BIOS v1.60 (2) Hardware Labs Black Ice Nemesis 420GTX Dual-Core Extreme Profile rads (2) Watercool Heatkiller Tube 200 DDC reservoir/pump combos Intel 9980XE CPU, EK Velocity RGB block (Loop 1) 4x8GB Corsair Dominator DDR4-3000 RAM (2) EVGA GTX 1080 FTW's with EK full cover blocks (Loop 2) and Watercool GTX 1070/1080 RGB lighting strips dual boot Windows 7 SP1 / Fedora Linux The TT Riing Plus 14 fans are used only for internal case ventilation and exhaust. I use other fans as my main rad fans that I can fully control under Windows and Linux without special software. A few mods I've done or am looking into: 1. Removed all the grilles from the bottom of the case and cut out a piece of black foam-filled project/posterboard to fully cover the inside of the bottom of the case and close off the four 140mm fan holes cheaply and decently. This also completely works around the poor implementation of the air filter on the bottom of the case, ie, that it will not sit flush/flat against the case because it is under-dimensioned and all those 140mm grille screws get in the way. There is an extra piece of the black foam posterboard cut to size for the PSU. The thickness of the two pieces fills out the space between bottom of the case and where the PSU sits when screwed in nicely. 2. All non-essential brackets, posts, etc. removed from inside of case to make room to mount two res/pump combos to the mobo tray/main panel. Again, not trying to win any corporate sponsorship here -- I like these reservoirs because they are VERY well made -- the tubes are made out of real (and THICK) glass with good o-rings, and the housings and struts are *machined* out of aluminum and POM/acetal. They also sell replacement parts, o-rings, etc. and various parts and lighting options for them so they're versatile and more of a durable, reusable long-term investment that can be maintained than something you will throw out and replace the next time you build or update. BTW I really don't understand mounting a radiator completely inside of a case. Call me old school but once upon a time the point of watercooling with a radiator and fans was to put that radiator in contact with the cooler ambient air temps OUTSIDE the case, not show off the radiator. But hey, whatever... 3. Planned/measured locations and drilled the mobo tray/main panel out with a 13/16" / 21mm carbide hole saw to pass the loop drainage lines through to the back side. The bulkhead fittings are located between the drive mounting brackets so the drives can still be mounted in the rear using the stock sleds and brackets. You'll see a couple extra bulkhead fittings with plugs on the mobo tray/panel just to the right of the PSU. This will provide more rad options later. Drives are mounted on the back side with fans mounted over them to keep them cool, using the stock "univeral multifan brackets" the chassis comes with. 560 rad in the bottom? I haven't started the OC process on the 9980XE yet so I don't know that I would even need more than a dedicated 420. If I do, an idea I have in my back pocket (if I can come up with a good plan to relocate the PSU) would be to put a 560 rad into the bottom of the case. I am pretty sure it would just "drop in" and why else would there be four 140mm cutouts across the bottom of the case like that? Always nice to have options and it would nice to be able to put a 560 in the case without having to get the Dremel tool out to make it fit. I haven't completely finished implementing loop drainage on the back side yet so I'll hold off on any more pics of the back for now -- still have to figure out what fittings etc. to string together to drain loops nicely through the bottom. But if I need to drain either loop for some reason before then I can attach a drain hose to the back side of the bulkhead fitting(s). Will follow up with a few more pics of the rig running with lighting. Cheers, RetroRambler Back side (before I cut the extra pair of passthrough holes seen above): And, closer to being finished and ready to fill and leak test:
  11. Hi Guys, Running latest Win 10 here and the latest Thermaltake DPS POWER.exe. The issue with excessive Disk I/O and excessive non-stop disk wear is related to HWiNFO64.dll component of the program that is constantly retrieving some Disk details. I ran Windows Performance Recorder and Windows Performance Analyzer, and it appears that the app contributes about 1% of non-stop constant Disk I/O, enumerating all disks, essentially waking-up those disks unnecessarily. One workaround is to delete the HWiNFO64.dll (or HWiNFO32.dll on a 32-bit system). Then restart the app. It's gonna complain about the missing .DLL at first, but then it runs fine after that. Obviously some functionality of the app is no longer available, but the constant disk use and disk clicking is gone. Please, please fix this - get rid of non-stop Disk I/O by doing periodic polling. It'd be much more efficient if the app does this polling once a minute, not every 100ms.
  12. Leptitox Semplice direte voi... mangiando meno; sbagliato, non si tratta di mangiare meno ma di MANGIARE MEGLIO! Avete mai visto su certi giornali la comparazione tra due tipi di alimenti? Sembra impossibile ma hanno ragione! Un esempio: un etto di salame equivale più o meno a 400 g di pesce spada alla griglia + due etti di verdura alla griglia + 10 g di olio di oliva.Obesi con 700 Kcal al giorno? Impossibile ma vero... Il problema è in realtà più complesso; assumere solo 700 kcal al giorno, o comunque una quantità di energia nettamente inferiore a quella necessaria, in un primo periodo può dare discreti risultati che poi vanno esaurendosi nel giro di poche settimane; http://www.eatasialondon.com/
  13. I don't think that there is much difference internally between my H21 and your H22 except in the design of the plastic front to the case. The supplied rear exhaust fan seems quiet and cools the case effectively as far as I'm concerned. It is a 3 pin connector an I have it attached to a motherboard 4-pin connector on an Asrock B450 board with a Ryzen 2600 and a GForce 950. So similar but different to your build. I have 2 Arctic 4-pin 120mm fans in the 'roof' that are rather unnecessary, and I have left them unconnected for the time being, but they may get connected for a hot period in the summer (which lasts 3 or 4 days in the UK). The top of the case has countersunk holes in the right place for 120mm fans. There are also fittings for two 120mm fans in the plastic housing at the front, which when it is removed reveals an inner mesh dust filter with clips, and the fans screw to that. It's a loose and rather unusual fitting. I found that the case was a delight to install the system in, and the motherboard holes exactly lined up with the prefitted standoffs. The I/O shield clipped in as a better fit than any other case I've had. I had originally installed the system in a case I had for about 20 years, but there were too many drive bay 'holes' in it (I'd lost the fittings) and it was ugly. Also, the Versa H21 allows 3.5 and 2.5 inch devices to go in 'sideways' which is a good idea for access, and they are in the right place for a big graphics card which didn't exist when my original case was made. However, although the smaller clip-in trays are a snug fit, the larger 3.5inch device trays aren't well secured, and I had to secure them with cable ties (2 drives). The H21 is better looking than I expected. One thing that irritates me with my H21 is that the connectors for USB3 and USB2 take up the motherboard connectors for 2 sockets each, but only give one socket on the front panel. You typically only get one USB3 socket on a B450 board, and so need an additional PCIe card with another internal USB3 socket if you install a front panel unit like I have done with a card reader and extra sockets. And when you do that, you may duplicate the front panel audio jack plug sockets! It may not bother you, but I have removable USB3 devices that I prefer to connect at the front. As far as 'toolless' fittings for the 5.25inch drive bays, they are one side only - the other side needs conventional screws.
  14. After upgrading my system incorporating Riing Plus and Trio fans, a TT 360 AIO cooler and Toughpower 1050W PSU (using 3 TT fan controllers), and a TT RGB mouse pad, I started to lose my keyboard intermittently, as well as my USB 2.0 DVD drive and any USB external hard drive or thumb drive. Sometimes the mouse pad RGB is not detected at boot-up either. This never happened before upgrading the system to RGB. All my other hardware, (mobo, CPU, RAM, keyboard, mouse, etc.) is original. I discovered that if I exit out of the TT RGB Plus software in the taskbar before attaching a USB hard drive or DVD drive, I am able to use it with no disconnect problems. Since everything works fine with the TT RGB Plus software closed, that's how I'm running the system when I need USB I/O. Has anyone else experienced this?
  15. Hey guys wanted to share my project code named: Red 27 made possible with support from Thermaltake a company that truly supports modding!! This is a freestyle mod done in the view 27 enclosure. When I saw this case I had to do a build in it, and I wasn't disappointed. It has such a unique yet familiar layout and with the vertical gpu mount, its so easy to show of your super expensive graphics card you worked so hard to pay for lol. Now I am still waiting on a couple things to finish up the loop, but should be here anytime. Specs: Case: Thermaltake View 27 CPU: intel i7-4790k MOBO: ASUS z97 ROG Ranger GPU: EVGA GTX 970 SC RAM: Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1866mhz SSD: 2 x Radeon 240gb PSU: Thermaltake Toughpower G DPS RGB 850 watt 80 plus gold (10 year warranty!!!!) CABLES: Thermaltake TTmod red and black cable extensions LED: 2 x Thermaltake Lumicolour 256 C with controller Cooling: Fans: 6 x Thermaltake Riing 12 RGB Premium Edition 120mm, 1 x Thermaltake Riing red 120 mm Pump: Thermaltake Pacific P1 D5 black silent edition Resevoir: Thermaltake Pacific R22 Fittings: Assorted Thermaltake extensions and adapters and RGB fittings 16mm Tubing: Thermaltake V-tubler 16mm O/D PETG Rads: Thermaltake pacific 360mm, Thermaltake pacific 120mm CPU Block: Thermaltake Pacific Block GPU Block: EKWB gpu block RAM Block: EKWB monarch ram block
  16. I spun these apart and put a larger reservoir on the pump. Hopefully they will not leak but they did have an o-ring seal.
  17. The TT k.n.o.b. in the T rex jaws is a nice touch. This project is coming along great!
  18. Finishing off the control panel rock cover. paint and sealer. Adding the shading. And then the highlights. Old Thermaltake Fan Speed Controller K.n.o.b. Uncovered ! in the Dig..... More again very soon.............
  19. Chỉ cần 5 phút để bạn biết đầu tư tiền ảo như thế nào? Đầu tư tiền ảo như thế nào là thắc mắc chung của rất nhiều người hiện nay. Đây là một kênh đầu tư hấp dẫn có thể giúp bạn “hái ra tiền” trong một thời gian ngắn. Tuy nhiên với điều kiện là bạn phải nắm được quy luật biến động của thị trường. Do vậy trước khi bắt đầu thử sức, hãy dành 5 phút để xem qua bài viết sau đây của chúng tôi. Nếu chưa biết tiền ảo là gì, bạn có thể tham khảo bài viết https://sites.google.com/site/blogdaututienao/ Đầu tư tiền ảo là hình thức đầu tư như thế nào? Tiền ảo là kênh đầu tư hái ra tiền nhanh chóng Tiền ảo (cryptocurrency) hay còn gọi là tiền điện tử là một loại tiền mã hóa trên tài nguyên kỹ thuật số, có chức năng tương tự như hóa đơn giấy hay tiền xu. Sở dĩ có tên cryptocurrency bởi ý tưởng này xuất phát từ từ“Cryptography”-Một loại hình nghệ thuật viết và giải code. Tiền ảo được xem là phương tiện trao đổi như tiền bình thường. Hiểu đơn giản, đầu tư tiền ảo tương tự như đầu tư vào chứng khoán. Mọi giao dịch đều thực hiện thông qua sàn điện tử. Đối với tiền ảo thì độ minh bạch và bảo mật thông tin cần được tuân thủ tuyệt đối. Điều này giúp tạo ra môi trường đầu tư an toàn, tránh việc đánh cắp thông tin khiến nhà đầu tư “mất tiền oan”. Một số cách đầu tư tiền ảo cho người mới bắt đầu Đồng Bitcoin là đồng tiền ảo phổ biến nhất hiện nay Đầu tư tiền ảo như thế nào giữa thị trường có đến hàng trăm đồng tiền ảo như hiện nay? Đơn giản và phổ biến nhất thì bạn nên bắt đầu với đồng Bitcoin. Đây là đại diện cho thị trường tiền điện tử, là nền tảng cho các loại coin khác phát triển. Bitcoin là đồng tiền được xây dựng trên công nghệ Blockchain hỗ trợ tối đa cho nhà đầu tư. Xem thêm bài viết hướng dẫn cách đầu tư tiền điện tử chi tiết tại https://tinhte.vn/threads/huong-dan-dau-tu-cac-dong-tien-dien-tu-tiem-nang.2987275/ Các bước thực hiện đầu tư tiền ảo: Bước 1: Tìm hiểu thị trường tiền điện tử Trước khi bắt đầu đầu tư chính thức, bạn cần làm là tìm hiểu các đồng coin và đặc điểm của chúng. Trong đó 3 đồng coin chính là Bitcoin. Ethereum và Tether. Đây chính là các kiến thức nền tảng quan trọng quyết định đến quá trình đầu tư của bạn. Do đó, hãy tập hợp thông tin từ nhiều nguồn khác nhau để nghiên cứu. Bước 2: Tìm hiểu các sai lầm thường gặp khi đầu tư Sau khi đã hiểu được các kiến thức cơ bản về thị trường tiền ảo, bước tiếp theo là biết những cách tự bảo vệ mình trước những rủi ro liên quan đến đầu tư tiền ảo. Trong đó có các thông tin chính sau: Các rủi ro có thể gặp phải khi đầu tư tiền ảo. Các lưu ý khi đầu tư Hình thức đầu tư Bước 3: Chuẩn bị công cụ hỗ trợ Một chiếc Smartphone bảo mật cao là cần thiết Chuẩn bị các công cụ cần thiết để bắt đầu quá trình “đào tiền ảo”. Tối thiểu là các công cụ sau: Gmail với tính năng bảo vệ 2 lớp; Smartphone: Một điện thoại thông minh tốt nhất là Iphone, bởi đây là hãng có độ bảo mật thông tin tốt nhất hiện nay. Laptop/ Máy tính: Lưu ý chọn máy có cấu hình tương đối để đầu tư. Tài khoản ngân hàng: Chuẩn bị thẻ ngân hàng Vietcombank có hỗ trợ Internet banking Sách về Bitcoin: Tìm đọc một vài cuốn liên quan đến Blockchain, Bitcoin,.. Bước 4: Bắt đầu kiếm tiền thôi nào! Đăng ký tài khoản trên các sàn giao dịch tiền ảo, sau đó tiến hành mua bán Bitcoin, Ethereum một cách cơ bản nhất. Ở giai đoạn này, bạn sẽ vừa thực hành vừa rút kinh nghiệm nên chỉ nên bắt đầu với các khoản tiền nhỏ và tăng dần lên. Bạn đã biết đầu tư tiền ảo như thế nào hay chưa? Đây sẽ là kênh kiếm tiền hấp dẫn dành cho bạn. Một lần nữa chúng tôi khuyên bạn nên trang bị kiến thức thật chắc chắn trước khi bắt đầu nhé. Bạn có thể tham khảo thêm các kiến thức hữu ích về tiền ảo tại Tapchicoin24h.com - Blog tin tức thị trường tiền ảo Bitcoin, Ethereum HOT
  20. l got the black v2 mouse its great 10/10 but when l went to the Tt eSPORTS GAMING PROGRAM to install it it comes up with a error and l dont get it something about bebugging and hull and ptr files *l no nothing about files* just have a look. and also please tell me how to fix. See the end of this message for details on invoking just-in-time (JIT) debugging instead of this dialog box. ************** Exception Text ************** System.ArgumentNullException: Value cannot be null. Parameter name: ptr at System.Runtime.InteropServices.Marshal.GetDelegateForFunctionPointer(IntPtr ptr, Type t) at Tt_eSPORTS_Gaming_Mouse.WindowControl.FirmwareUpdate.BLACKV2.Start_Update_MouseLeftButtonUp(Object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs.InvokeEventHandler(Delegate genericHandler, Object genericTarget) at System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs.InvokeHandler(Delegate handler, Object target) at System.Windows.RoutedEventHandlerInfo.InvokeHandler(Object target, RoutedEventArgs routedEventArgs) at System.Windows.EventRoute.InvokeHandlersImpl(Object source, RoutedEventArgs args, Boolean reRaised) at System.Windows.UIElement.ReRaiseEventAs(DependencyObject sender, RoutedEventArgs args, RoutedEvent newEvent) at System.Windows.UIElement.OnMouseUpThunk(Object sender, MouseButtonEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Input.MouseButtonEventArgs.InvokeEventHandler(Delegate genericHandler, Object genericTarget) at System.Windows.RoutedEventArgs.InvokeHandler(Delegate handler, Object target) at System.Windows.RoutedEventHandlerInfo.InvokeHandler(Object target, RoutedEventArgs routedEventArgs) at System.Windows.EventRoute.InvokeHandlersImpl(Object source, RoutedEventArgs args, Boolean reRaised) at System.Windows.UIElement.RaiseEventImpl(DependencyObject sender, RoutedEventArgs args) at System.Windows.UIElement.RaiseTrustedEvent(RoutedEventArgs args) at System.Windows.UIElement.RaiseEvent(RoutedEventArgs args, Boolean trusted) at System.Windows.Input.InputManager.ProcessStagingArea() at System.Windows.Input.InputManager.ProcessInput(InputEventArgs input) at System.Windows.Input.InputProviderSite.ReportInput(InputReport inputReport) at System.Windows.Interop.HwndMouseInputProvider.ReportInput(IntPtr hwnd, InputMode mode, Int32 timestamp, RawMouseActions actions, Int32 x, Int32 y, Int32 wheel) at System.Windows.Interop.HwndMouseInputProvider.FilterMessage(IntPtr hwnd, WindowMessage msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam, Boolean& handled) at System.Windows.Interop.HwndSource.InputFilterMessage(IntPtr hwnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam, Boolean& handled) at MS.Win32.HwndWrapper.WndProc(IntPtr hwnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam, Boolean& handled) at MS.Win32.HwndSubclass.DispatcherCallbackOperation(Object o) at System.Windows.Threading.ExceptionWrapper.InternalRealCall(Delegate callback, Object args, Int32 numArgs) at MS.Internal.Threading.ExceptionFilterHelper.TryCatchWhen(Object source, Delegate method, Object args, Int32 numArgs, Delegate catchHandler) at System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.LegacyInvokeImpl(DispatcherPriority priority, TimeSpan timeout, Delegate method, Object args, Int32 numArgs) at MS.Win32.HwndSubclass.SubclassWndProc(IntPtr hwnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wParam, IntPtr lParam) at MS.Win32.UnsafeNativeMethods.DispatchMessage(MSG& msg) at System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.PushFrameImpl(DispatcherFrame frame) at System.Windows.Threading.Dispatcher.PushFrame(DispatcherFrame frame) at System.Windows.Window.ShowHelper(Object booleanBox) at System.Windows.Window.Show() at System.Windows.Window.ShowDialog() at Tt_eSPORTS_Gaming_Mouse.MainWindow.ShowWindow() at Tt_eSPORTS_Gaming_Mouse.MainWindow.Mouse2_Click(Object sender, MouseEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripItem.RaiseMouseEvent(Object key, MouseEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripItem.HandleMouseUp(MouseEventArgs e) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripItem.FireEventInteractive(EventArgs e, ToolStripItemEventType met) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripItem.FireEvent(EventArgs e, ToolStripItemEventType met) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStrip.OnMouseUp(MouseEventArgs mea) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripDropDown.OnMouseUp(MouseEventArgs mea) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WmMouseUp(Message& m, MouseButtons button, Int32 clicks) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ScrollableControl.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStrip.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.ToolStripDropDown.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.OnMessage(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.Control.ControlNativeWindow.WndProc(Message& m) at System.Windows.Forms.NativeWindow.Callback(IntPtr hWnd, Int32 msg, IntPtr wparam, IntPtr lparam) ************** Loaded Assemblies ************** mscorlib Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34014 built by: FX45W81RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.NET/Framework/v4.0.30319/mscorlib.dll ---------------------------------------- Tt eSPORTS GAMING PROGRAM Assembly Version: Win32 Version: CodeBase: file:///C:/Program%20Files%20(x86)/Tt%20eSPORTS/Tt%20eSPORTS%20GAMING%20PROGRAM/Tt%20eSPORTS%20GAMING%20PROGRAM.exe ---------------------------------------- PresentationFramework Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34004 CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/PresentationFramework/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/PresentationFramework.dll ---------------------------------------- WindowsBase Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34004 built by: FX45W81RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/WindowsBase/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/WindowsBase.dll ---------------------------------------- System Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34239 built by: FX452RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.dll ---------------------------------------- PresentationCore Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34004 built by: FX45W81RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_32/PresentationCore/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/PresentationCore.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Xaml Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Xaml/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Xaml.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Xml Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34230 built by: FX452RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Xml/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Xml.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Core Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Core/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Core.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Windows.Forms Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.34250 built by: FX452RTMGDR CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Windows.Forms/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/System.Windows.Forms.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Drawing Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Drawing/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Drawing.dll ---------------------------------------- System.Configuration Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/System.Configuration/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/System.Configuration.dll ---------------------------------------- PresentationFramework.Aero2 Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/PresentationFramework.Aero2/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/PresentationFramework.Aero2.dll ---------------------------------------- PresentationFramework-SystemXml Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/PresentationFramework-SystemXml/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b77a5c561934e089/PresentationFramework-SystemXml.dll ---------------------------------------- UIAutomationTypes Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/UIAutomationTypes/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/UIAutomationTypes.dll ---------------------------------------- UIAutomationProvider Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/UIAutomationProvider/v4.0_4.0.0.0__31bf3856ad364e35/UIAutomationProvider.dll ---------------------------------------- Accessibility Assembly Version: Win32 Version: 4.0.30319.33440 built by: FX45W81RTMREL CodeBase: file:///C:/Windows/Microsoft.Net/assembly/GAC_MSIL/Accessibility/v4.0_4.0.0.0__b03f5f7f11d50a3a/Accessibility.dll ---------------------------------------- ************** JIT Debugging ************** To enable just-in-time (JIT) debugging, the .config file for this application or computer (machine.config) must have the jitDebugging value set in the system.windows.forms section. The application must also be compiled with debugging enabled. For example: <configuration> <system.windows.forms jitDebugging="true" /> </configuration> When JIT debugging is enabled, any unhandled exception will be sent to the JIT debugger registered on the computer rather than be handled by this dialog box.
  21. O your using the tt sync controller. It does not use any thermaltake software it uses the 5v digital rgb header and a fan header to allow all the control to be done with your motherboards software. What motherboard model is that?
  22. Hi everyone, With the release of our Pacific DIY components and Kits, I wanted to provide a guide focused on the RL240 kit and take you through the installation process to give users an idea of what you will get: RL240 Kit: What you get: - (1) RL240 Radiator 240x120x64mm - (1) PT40-D5 Reservoir + Pump Combo (Includes Hardware) - (1) W1 CPU Water block (Includes Hardware + Thermal Paste) - (1) 4T 1/2" Tubing (6.5ft) - (1) Coolant 1000ml (Red) + Filler Bottle - (6) 1/2" ID 3/4" OD Compression Fittings - (2) Luna 12 Red LED Fans - (1) 24-pin PSU Jumper Here is everything out of the box: Here is the PT40-D5 Reservoir + Pump: When you open the PT40-D5 packaging you will have all the accessories in bags including the mounting hardware. The brackets included allow you to mount the PT40 vertically or horizontally depending on the configuration you want to do. **VERY IMPORTANT** There are set screws on both ends of the reservoir that are to secure the Tube to both ends, these screw do not need to be tightened. Also take note, if you plan to clean your reservoir later, make sure to remove the set screws (Both sides Top/Bottom) prior to removing to avoid causing any stress to the tube when separating. Also take care of the O-rings on both sides to make sure they are in the correct place when putting back together. On the bottom you have the pump speed adjustment that should be set in the "2" position by default. I recommend leaving the speed adjustment alone until you have the system up and running to make any adjustments later. Turing the speed up is only needed when necessary, with the setting of "2" should be enough to support the default kit configuration. Here is all the included brackets and hardware for the PT40-D5 Since I am installing this in our Core V31, I plan to mount this vertically so I have installed the mounting brackets to the pump housing to secure into the chassis floor. Here is a quick look at the Core V31 that we will be installing the RL240 kit Getting ideas on how to place the PT40-D5. (Removed the HDD trays and the bottom ODD for clearance) Now for the (240mm) radiator placement and overview. First you need to remove the orange plastic plugs that came pre-installed. Give the radiator a quick look and make sure everything is ok. Here is the accessories that come included, you get mounting screws for the radiator and for the fans as well as (3) G1/4 port plugs and a wrench tool for easy installation. Before you go through installing everything on the radiator, check the location where you plan to place it and make sure it will work out with the entire system including the water loop to make sure all your fittings and tubing will have proper clearance and your tubing will have proper flow to avoid the tube from pinching around a tight space. It is also a good idea before installation of your radiator to fill the radiator with distilled water and give it a good shake to remove anything left over from the manufacturing process. Fee free to repeat this step as many times as you want until you are satisfied. You can setup the porting anyway you like, for this example I will use the (2) bottom ports on one side for my IN & Out and plug the other (2) bottom ports on the other side with the last plug for the top. Note: Do not tighten the top plug port just yet, you may need to use it for a breather port when filling The wrench is a great tool to use for tightening the ports on your components as the fittings have "slots" on the top so you can use the wrench to tighten and avoid scratching the component or fitting using a standard pair of pliers. The wrench also is designed to help secure the plug ports nicely. Remember, DO NOT over tighten, you will just damage the O-Rings if you gorilla grip the fittings into place. A snug fit is fine. Now we take a look at the W1 CPU block to prepare it for installation to the motherboard. You will get a simple installation guide showing how to install for Intel or AMD type CPU's. Take note of the accessories labeled for each Intel/AMD. Now install the back plate to your motherboard and punch out the foam holes for your CPU Socket type to install the mounting screws to. Once the back plate is installed and the mounting screws are through the motherboard, secure the CPU in place and apply thermal paste. Then seat the W1 CPU block onto your CPU first and make sure everything lines up correctly. When ready set the (4) plastic washers after placing the CPU block. Then install the (4) screw caps and tighten them in the "X" pattern to apply appropriate pressure evenly as you secure the block. These only need to be hand tight and you should be able to tell when each one is secure very easily. Now you can install the fittings on both ports, don't forget to use your wrench!
  23. Hi everybody, i wanted to share my 1st experience in water-cooling . i don't play games, i'm a designer and i needed powerful gpus in a rig. i started so to buy some components, one asus x99-AII motherboard an intel i7 6850k 4 x 16 gb of ram g.skill 3200 samsung 500 gb ssd 2 x 4tb seagate 7200 hd 1 nvidia geforce 750ti 1 nvidia titan x pascal 1 nvidia 1080ti 1 psu thermaltake tough power dos rub 1250w 1 thermaltake core p3 i thought 1st the core p3 would be great to not have the gpus hanging up to the motherboard. i thought that over heating would going to be an issue so i started looking for a water cooling system even i'm not very enthusiast about mixing water and electricity, beside i heard here and there that with o-rings, you never know if it is not going to leak one day or the other, since i would use that computer to compute, it was gonna be difficult to stay awake next to it while it renders for let's say two whole week, well, i would need something i could rely on. so i found that thermaltake pacific rl 360 d5 hard tube rgb water cooling kit. since i don't knew nothing about water cooling, i've started to check reviews about it on the web and all agreed it was a good kit. for sure i knew that this kit wouldn't be enough to build a loop, i needed fittings and bending tube kit and so plus i wanted it to be a little nice so i've order gb led fittings (which is a #### to find one order) other cpu block (W3 or something like this, for the gpus water blocks it wasn't clea if thermaltake 10 series were compatibles so i sent them a message trough the web page but i never got any answer of course, so i went for the EKWB since it was clear it was for titan and 1080ti. so first of course i've checked were i live (in spain) to find it but the only online shop i founded is not working properly, it is called pccomponentes.es and every time i go for a checkout, i get a blank page and my order is never done, plus they don't have everything i needed of course. so, i was already starting to get angry with getting that water cooling stuff, when you need something for working you don't need it it 6 month. i've checked then the official thermaltake website and looked at where you can buy thermaltake products in spain, there is a page which list all the stores and online shops, great, except that all shops listed there with links and everything were at choice, not available anymore, they don't had thermaltake products or just one old cpu fan or so. so i got more and more angry, i've checked again the thermaltake website where there is a shop and on the website there's ttshop premium or something like this so i thought ok great let's order here, then i found out that wherever you point to this online shop ( i thought naively that when you go to the german or spain thermaltake website, you're gonna then order in those countries but no) you point to the us shop. ok... then, let's order in the us, that's no problem, except again that the amount of my order was around 900usd and the delivery fees and taxes were about 600usd, ####???? anyway, i started to order thing separates here and there trough amazon .es .de .uk watercooling.uk etc etc, nowhere i could find everything i had to split all the purchases. after at least one week, my orders were done so i was waiting for my components. while i was doing this also was looking where i could find riser cables since i knew there's only one with the core p3 and here and there on the web, i found out that those cables were not reliable, okkkk, i discovered then that many people had issues with it and i chosen then to go for other cables ezdiy. i stared to receive my components so i wanted 1st to test the rig without WC, first issue, the core p3 comes with enough space in the gpu bracket to put there 3 gpu but they only give you 2 pci riser bracket, ok, i started to think that it was a joke but i didn't knew i had more surprises to face. i found a solution and everything was working properly, even the gpu stacked together were not over heating so much but it was just a test so maybe after one week running and heating water cooling would be the good choice in the end. so, i started to bend the tubes and everything, btw, thermaltake, thank you for the very clever bending tube kit with which you can not have 2 90° edges with less than at least 10 cm between each edge, must be a genius the guy who designed this kit, anyway, i ended up by having my tubes done. i had my loop, cleaned up everything, flushing the distilled water and everything as said in the thermaltake instructions, and since i'm a idiot listening to professional advices i used C1000 thermaltake coolant as advised in the kit manual, theres a red bottle delivered with so i thought is was a good idea to spot leaks with it. no leaks, everything was perfect, i was glad that for the 1st time i was doing this i at least didn't had a leak. what i didn't knew at this time is you can have worst problem than leaking. i started to notice white milky areas in my loop, i thought it was normal and that i had to wait that everything get stabilised but by monitoring the cpu and gpus temperature i was getting crazy numbers so i decided to stop everything. i discovered then that fins in the gpus and cpu water blocks were like closed by this white milky stuff in the coolant and i was like WHAT IS THAT ####???? then i searched trough the web to find this: http://community.thermaltake.com/index.php?/topic/63625-thermaltake-c1000-opaque-coolant-red-destroy-cooling-system/ or this: and i was like, ok, ####........ so since, it is been 3 days i'm cleaning everything, i had to dismantle everything to the las tiny part of everything, i had to search how to open the reservoir because of course thermaltake doesn't tell you anything in the manual, find solutions on the web how to clean parts while guys tell you to use vinegar, soap etc and for example EKWB tells you to above all not use vinegar on water blocks (i mean the copper parts) well........ i knew it was going to be not easy to build a loop for the first time but i've done many things more complicated than doing this and i was able to do everything by following the instructions. the problem here is you have to guess a lot of things or get information trough the web, and the caution instruction given by TT just ruined my loop, fittings and everything, after cleaning everything and building the loop again i hope everything will work, i post here even without sending any email to TT customer support cause i'm sure they're not even going to respond to me, or after 6 month maybe if they do, by reading all the issues with the c1000 if i was them i would accept to tell that there could be a problem with that coolant and avise customers not to use it. anyway, i wanted things no be nice and easy and that thermaltake company made me do the opposite, learn the hard way, one day with my first loop, the second by dismantle and cleaning everything, re-ordering tubes, fittings, coolant, ####.... thank you thermaltake, you're very professional.
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