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I'm assuming they are the same as BL2 - where 1 key = epic loot box. The items from that are often much better than what you'll find in...
NuclearWessels replied to Hangryuman on [Pre Order] iPhone 13 Pro 128GB $499, with $99/Month Telstra 150GB 24M Plan (New & Port-in Customers) in-Store @ JB Hi-Fi
$2875 - ($1527 + x*24) where x = your current monthly phone cost .. or cost of comparable plan for 150GB If you're going to math then do it...
NuclearWessels replied to Bargains of Oz on [Pre Order] iPhone 13 Pro 128GB $499, with $99/Month Telstra 150GB 24M Plan (New & Port-in Customers) in-Store @ JB Hi-Fi
Well not quite.. you're essentially paying full retail price for an iPhone and then subscribing for two years on a $49/month plan.....
NuclearWessels commented on [Pre Order] iPhone 13 Pro 128GB $499, with $99/Month Telstra 150GB 24M Plan (New & Port-in Customers) in-Store @ JB Hi-Fi
The only way this is a deal is if you absolutely need 150GB of data.. Sure you're getting $1200 off the phone- but you pay $2,376 in phone...
NuclearWessels replied to MS Paint on New Dell Laptop Contains Lower Spec RAM than Advertised (2933 v 3200)
Don't know why you were negged.. You're 100% right. This speed difference on an Intel would make no impact.. not so for a Ryzen
NuclearWessels replied to Introspective on Lenovo IdeaPad S540 13.3" QHD (AMD R7 4800U, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) Iron Grey $1124.10 Delivered @ Lenovo Education Store
Yes you can. I have it charging and running 2x 1440p monitors @ 60Hz off one dock. I believe it is DP1.4 so should have more than enough...
NuclearWessels replied to Twix on ASUS TUF-AX3000 AX3000 Dual Band Wi-Fi 6 Gaming Router U-MIMO OFDMA $268.80 Delivered @ Wireless 1
Yeh and definitely get the modem set up bridged so everything is handled via the Asus router.
NuclearWessels replied to Jackson on Lenovo Smart Clock Essential $38 + Shipping (Free C&C) @ Harvey Norman
Yeah- apparently even with that it is too bright. So I guess YMMV...
Is this the one that people always complain that you can't dim the clock?
NuclearWessels replied to TRex withdeeppockets on [PS4] Cyberpunk 2077 $34 + Delivery ($0 with Prime/ $39 Spend) @ Amazon AU
That still sounds pretty awful..
NuclearWessels replied to ATangk on M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure with Heat Sink, 10Gbps USB-C Fits M + B Keys $33.99 + Delivery ($0 Prime/ $39 Spend) @ TDBT Amazon AU
I don't think it's unnecessary. It gets quite toasty and hot to touch so I am happy to have it there. As an added bonus it looks good and...
NuclearWessels commented on M.2 NVMe SSD Enclosure with Heat Sink, 10Gbps USB-C Fits M + B Keys $33.99 + Delivery ($0 Prime/ $39 Spend) @ TDBT Amazon AU
I've been using one of these for about a year in my desktop for an external steam library. Zero issues and fast speeds so would recommend.
I use Coinspot and at least if you transfer out you must confirm via email before they authorise the transfer. Seems like that would have...
That's somewhat concerning.. I'd raise a ticket with them and try go figure out where your info was breached. I don't know Uphold but if...
You're extremely lucky it was so little. I'm guessing no 2FA enabled? I'd take this as a lesson and move on. You won't be able to recover it
NuclearWessels replied to scrimshaw on Dell G7 17 Gaming Laptop Intel Core i7-10750H 16GB 512GB SSD RTX 2070 Maxp 144hz $1699 Delivered @ Dell eBay
1080p on a 17" laptop is sharper than 1440p on a 27". There is nothing wrong with 1080p on a 17" (or smaller) screen
NuclearWessels replied to Andrew1232 on [PC] Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition $7.48 (Windows Store License) + Service Fee @ WorldTrader via Eneba
I'm not so fussed, but the title does say "Steam" so is a little misleading..
NuclearWessels commented on [PC] Age of Empires II: Definitive Edition $7.48 (Windows Store License) + Service Fee @ WorldTrader via Eneba
This is for a Windows 10 store key though.. not a Steam key?
Killer deal. Very nice
>What's the best way to 'split?' an ethernet cable into multiple runs? A cheap switch e.g...
I've been using LastPass for years (free). I like it because I can move between my Android and IOS devices without being tied to any...