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    Thread: Xiaomi Phones Thread

    Got the mi9 for my wife (I'm using the mi6). Takes amazing photos. Really pleased I bought it instead of an rx100 I think it will be used a lot more.

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    Thread: PC for living room

    I have 15 HDD in my media server.

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    Thread: How does the new import GST rules work?

    stuff you have already paid for that costs less than $1000 (incl shipping) and hasn't arrived in nz yet wont be charged any extra gst.

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    Thread: Tech Deals

    Seagate externals are often SMR, just something to be aware of. Not saying you shouldn't buy an SMR drive.

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    Thread: Tech Deals

    I'm hoping they do a good deal on the 12tb

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    Thread: Tech Deals

    From reading the customs/gst website if the order is under $1000 and arrives after 1 Dec then the Amazon order won't be taxed at the border. They are no longer doing customs border tax for items...

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    Thread: Can a fan intake from the side?

    Hi when I say intake from bottom I mean underneath, the way you have it.

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    Thread: Can a fan intake from the side?

    I assume the gpu has a slot exhaust fan?

    I think your current setup is optimal assuming it's a slot exhaust fan, ie: Both front fans as intake fans and rear top fan as exhuast fan. The PSU can...

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    Thread: Ceiling speakers for rears in 5.1

    Kef e301 be good on a wall I think. Maybe you can snag some used ones for about $1-200 for a pair.

    The Kef Jensen speakers look quite heavy and are cheap from jbhifi for only $200 or $300 per pair...

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    Thread: Your latest AV Related Purchase

    Finally got around to mostly finishing up the lounge install. Setup up a pair of front in wall speakers (kef ci4100ql-thx ; 3x4" drivers for low + 4" uni-q for mid and tweeter). Also bought a second...

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    Thread: Xiaomi Phones Thread

    I ended up getting mi9 128gb for 324usd after coupons. Shipped via standard shipping. Seller = "Xiaomi mi store".

    I've had all my AliExpress disputes resolved in my favour. I've had about 10...

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    Thread: Homeland

    I think they might of left it too long, 2 years people forget about a show.

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    Thread: Xiaomi Phones Thread

    Thinking of getting a xiaomi mi9 in the 11.11 sale.

    I assume DHL is guarantee'd to charge you gst/duty ?
    I looked at "Xiaomi Mi Store" and "Hong Kong Goldway" and the only offer standard...

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    Thread: Shipping Large Box AUCK-WGTN ( 43kg 50 x 61 x 61 cm )

    $220 door to door actually. The box is too big for the sender to drop off in his car to the depot, and the depot isn't open in the Weekend so had to do door to door.

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    Thread: Recommended plans for open incoming ports or fixed ip

    I got a free fixed IP from 2 degrees, so decided to stick with them for now.

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    Thread: Shipping Large Box AUCK-WGTN ( 43kg 50 x 61 x 61 cm )

    can't say.

    actually don't need help now I had been trying to get quotes for 500 cm instead of 500 mm. derp derp. only ~$110, depot to depot seems ok.

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    Thread: Shipping Large Box AUCK-WGTN ( 43kg 50 x 61 x 61 cm )

    I need to ship a large carton box from Auckland to Wellington, could pick up and drop off at both depot.

    Dimensions are 500 x 609 x 609 mm and weight is 43kg.

    I've emailed main freight &...

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    Thread: Recommended plans for open incoming ports or fixed ip

    I'm leaning towards stuff low speed plan BC if I want to go high speed then it's cheaper than bigpipe.

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    Thread: Recommended plans for open incoming ports or fixed ip

    I used to have dynamic IP with duckdns and some open ports for letsencrypt web services, however 2 degrees have now put me behind a cgnat.

    Just wondering what plans people recommended for public...

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    Thread: New flat internet plan

    Does stuff fibre let you open ports? (I dont care about fixed IP because i use duckdns)

    I've had open ports for my home webserver on 2degrees but this week I was put behind a CGNAT and can't open...

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    Thread: Home reno's/DIY

    The plumber disconnect the water for the laundry.
    You remove the old plumbing.
    You seal up the old plumbing holes in the floor.
    You drill a new holes for the new pipes
    The plumber comes back and...

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    Thread: Home reno's/DIY

    Before and after.

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    Thread: Home reno's/DIY

    We just put vinyl hybrid click together floating floor tiles in our laundry. Looks really nice. Did it myself. I think it was about $80 per 1.8m2. cost me $160 Vs the quote was $1500. Only tool I...

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    Thread: Ship/Transport new car Auckland -> Wellington

    Hi

    I bought an almost new 2018 Honda CRV 7 Seater, private sale in Auckland.
    From looking online it looks to cost around $5-600 to transport Auck -> Wgtn.
    Someone recommend picture vehicles

    A...

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    Thread: Home reno's/DIY

    You need to work out whether you need the walls flush or not. You also have to decide whether you want the ceiling flush or not. Flush ceiling requires the beam to be in the attic which may or may...

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