Still stuck in holiday mode here, and more importantly it's my son's 12th birthday today, so here's some retro misc pics from December 2008:
5th December 2008:
12th December 2008:
19th December 2008:
29th December 2008:
|Boxing Day Reviews
Wednesday, 26-December-2018 15:52:42 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Hope you're having a great Xmas break!
Motherboard & CPU:
ASRock X399 Phantom Gaming 6 (Ryzen Threadripper) Motherboard on FunkyKit.
AMD Athlon 200GE CPU on Guru3D.
Scythe Ninja 5 CPU cooler on OCInside.
Scythe Ninja 5 CPU cooler on ThinkComputers.
G-Technology GDrive Mobile USB-C 4TB on Tweaktown.
HyperX Savage EXO 480GB USB 3.1 Gen 2 Portable SSD on NikKTech.
diskAshur Pro2 Encrypted Portable Drive on OCClub.
CORSAIR K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on NikKTech.
Fnatic Gear Flick 2 mouse on TechPowerUp.
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Ti AMP Extreme on Guru3D.
Zotac GeForce RTX 2080 AMP Extreme on ThinkComputers.
Initial Linux Benchmarks Of The NVIDIA TITAN RTX Graphics Card on Phoronix.
GPU Compute Performance From GeForce GTX 680 To TITAN RTX on Phoronix.
ZOTAC RTX 2080 AMP Extreme on HWAsylum.
SilverStone Nightjar NJ450-SXL 450W PSU on APHNetworks.
be quiet! Pure Power 11 700W L11-700W on NikKTech.
Cove Protect DIY Security System on Tweaktown.
Antec Torque Mid-Tower on Tweaktown.
Silicon Power XPOWER Turbine DDR4-3200 16GB memory on Tweaktown.
Thanks to mpot and timb0t this week. Have a great Xmas break, everyone!
|Friday Morning Reviews
Friday, 21-December-2018 06:22:56 (GMT +10) - by booj
Motherboards & CPUs:
Asus Prime X299-Deluxe II on The Tech Report.
MSI MEG Z390 Godlike on TweakTown.
MSI MEG Z390 ACE on Anandtech.
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Duke 8G OC on Modders-Inc.
Gigabyte Aorus GeForce RTX 2070 Xtreme on Hot Hardware.
Toshiba L200 2TB Laptop PC Hard Drive on Madshrimps.
WD My Cloud Home Duo 8TB Personal Cloud Storage on NikKTech.
HyperX Fury RGB SSD (480GB) on Hexus.
Asus ROG Ryujin and Ryuo AIO kits on Guru3D.
be quiet! - Dark Rock Pro 4 CPU Cooler on TweakTown.
be quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4 TR4 on Hexus.
Cooler Master MH703 Gaming Headset on APH Networks.
Mixcder E8 Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones on TechPowerUp.
Synology MR2200ac Mesh Router on TechPowerUp.
Asus RT-AC86U Dual Band Gigabit Router on OCC.
Cherry KC 6000 Keyboard and MC 4900 Mouse on Guru3D.
Topre Realforce R2 tenkeyless keyboard on The Tech Report.
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile RapidFire on Bit-tech.
Geil Super Luce RGB DDR4-3600 16GB Memory Kit on Funky Kit.
Thursday, 20-December-2018 13:51:20 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Now that the kids have finished school for the year and the holiday period looms ever closer, things will probably quieten down on the newspage for a couple of weeks. This has been an interesting year on OCAU, our first full year on XenForo after many years on vBulletin, and people seem to have adapted to it well. In fact there's been a slight but steady increase in the number of posts per day since the beginning of the year so that's a good sign. Next year OCAU will turn 20 which is amazing to think about. I haven't got anything big planned but I'm sure we'll run some contests and maybe some events towards the middle of the year. Anyway, have a happy and safe Xmas and New Year and here's to many more.
Google took a look back at the year, with their list of Top Searches for Australia. The last 12 months have included a royal wedding, the dramatic rescue of 12 boys in a Thai cave and the rolling of one Australian prime minister in favour of another. But were these events the most searched this year?
TonyR meanwhile sent in the Australian Twitter Stats for 2018. The most liked Tweet of the year in Australia was this thank you message from former Prime Minister @TurnbullMalcolm.
Intel recently had an Architecture Day. To quote HotHardware's report, This mansion setting was a perfect backdrop for Intel to underscore its new direction for the analysts and journalists in attendance. Intel has been under intense pressure due to delays of volume ramp of its 10nm process fabricated CPU products, but the company apparently has more than a few tricks up its sleeve to stay ahead of the competition in both the consumer and server markets. Mover coverage on HardOCP, Tech Report, HotHardware (3D stacked chips) and LegitReviews.
TechSpot looked into how much memory gamers really need. Today we're looking into how much RAM you need to play the latest and greatest gaming titles released this year. About this time each year we set on a memory capacity quest and last year's expedition lead us to conclude that for gamers 4GB is out, 8GB was the bare minimum, 16GB is the sweet spot and 32GB is overkill. With that, for the 2018 version we're dropping the 4GB configuration and focusing on 8, 16 and 32GB capacities.
We haven't heard much about the Supermicro spy chips story for a while, but an independent audit has apparently found no evidence of dodgy hardware. "As we have stated repeatedly since these allegations were reported, no government agency has ever informed us that it has found malicious hardware on our products," Supermicro's executives said. "No customer has ever informed us that it found malicious hardware on our products; and we have never seen any evidence of malicious hardware on our products. Today’s announcement should lay to rest the unwarranted accusations made about Supermicro’s motherboards."
|Tuesday Night Reviews
Tuesday, 18-December-2018 22:34:19 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Thanks to everyone who joined in with our Crucial Christmas Treasure Hunt last night, and congrats to our winners Hater and d1ng0d4n. :)
HyperX's Alloy FPS RGB mechanical gaming keyboard on TechReport.
GIGABYTE AORUS K9 keyboard on Vortez.
KFA2 GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB GDDR5X on TechPowerUp.
ASRock Radeon RX 590 8G OC Graphics Card (8GB GDDR5) on FunkyKit.
Cooler Master MasterCase H500 on ThinkComputers.
Thermaltake Versa J24 TG RGB Mid Tower on NikKTech.
Adrenalin 2019 Driver Performance Analysis, RX Vega 56 & RX 590 on BabelTechReviews.
NVIDIA GeForce RTX Ray Tracing In Battlefield V Explored Pre And Post Patch on HotHardware.
NVIDIA DLSS Test in Final Fantasy XV on TechPowerUp.
Final Fantasy XV DLSS versus TAA IQ and Performance Analysis on BabelTechReviews.
Battlefield V NVIDIA Ray Tracing RTX 2070 Performance on HardOCP.
Book of Demons game on TechPowerUp.
Just Cause 4 game on OCClub.
Scythe Ninja 5 CPU Air Cooler on HardOCP.
MSI MEG Z390 ACE Motherboard on HWAsylum.
QSAN XN8008T NAS on Tweaktown.
ASUS ROG THOR 1200W on Guru3D.
ASUS ROG Swift PG27UQ: The Best Gaming Monitor Ever Made on Tweaktown.
|Monday Afternoon Reviews
Monday, 17-December-2018 13:25:10 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Don't forget, our Crucial Christmas Treasure Hunt is tonight! 8pm Sydney time.
Motherboard & CPU:
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard on TechARP.
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge AC on OCClub.
Crucial BX500 480GB Solid State Drive on APHNetworks.
Areca ARC-8050U3 USB-C RAID DAS on Tweaktown.
G-Technology GDrive Pro SSD 3.84TB Thunderbolt 3 on Tweaktown.
HyperX Savage EXO Portable SSD on Tweaktown.
Silicon Power Bolt B75 240GB Portable SSD on NikKTech.
Seagate Game Drive for Xbox 2TB SSD on Tweaktown.
Pittasoft BlackVue DR900S-2CH 4k UHD Car Dashcam on NikKTech.
HyperX Cloud Mix Gaming Headset with Bluetooth on LegitReviews.
G.Skill TridentZ Royal DDR4 3200 MHz on Guru3D.
Patriot Viper Steel Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-4400MHz on FunkyKit.
Enermax RevoBron 600W Gaming PSU on FunkyKit.
MetallicGear Neo case on APHNetworks.
Mobvoi TicWatch Pro on OCInside.
Thanks to mpot, Axe and Zee this week. Remember our Crucial Christmas Treasure Hunt is on Monday night!
|OCAU Crucial Christmas Treasure Hunt!
Thursday, 13-December-2018 16:17:15 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Crucial have been kind enough to provide us some goodies to give away! I've left it a bit close to Christmas so I might give away the rest in the new year, but for a quick bit of fun over the weekend I'm going to run a little treasure hunt on OCAU.
First prize pack:
- 1x Crucial P1 1TB nVME M.2 SSD (as reviewed on OCAU here, but a new one in box)
- and a dark grey Crucial polo shirt in M (the only colour/size available, sorry!)
Second prize pack:
- 1x Crucial BX500 480GB 2.5" SSD
- and a nice grey Crucial gym towel
How can you enter? At around 8PM Sydney time (AEDT) on Monday the 17th of Dec I will post a new thread in OCAU's forums. The first step will be to find that thread that I post, under my Agg account. That thread will contain 3 challenges, which will involve following instructions to find particular words or clues around OCAU. The first and second people to post the correct answers into the thread will be the winners. In the case of heavy server load or any other strange occurrences affecting the result, I will decide on the winners at the time and my decision will be final.
Note: any attempts at cheating such as posting placeholder messages and editing them later will risk you being disqualified. Remember the admins can view historical versions of edited posts.
Any questions? Ask in this thread. Otherwise, stay tuned around 8pm Monday night and good luck!
|Thursday Afternoon Reviews
Thursday, 13-December-2018 15:43:40 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
GIGABYTE Z390 Aorus Pro (Intel Z390) Motherboard on Tweaktown.
Biostar X470 GT8 on Vortez.
ASRock Z390 Taichi Ultimate on Guru3D.
1MORE Triple Driver BT In-Ear Headphones on NikKTech.
Arctic Z2-3D Dual Monitor Arm on ThinkComputers.
Edifier W860NB Active Noise Cancelling Headphones on TechARP.
Cooler Master MasterFan MF120R ARGB Fans on ThinkComputers.
Arctic BioniX P120 and P140 fans on OCInside.
GIGABYTE AORUS M5 mouse on Vortez.
Nixeus REVEL Fit mouse on TechPowerUp.
ASUS GeForce RTX 2070 STRIX OC 8 GB on TechPowerUp.
R9 290X vs. the GTX 780 Ti on BabelTechReviews.
Accell Thunderbolt 3 Dock on Tweaktown.
OWC Thunderbolt 3 Dock 14-Port on Tweaktown.
Portable & Prebuilt:
Shuttle XPC Slim Barebone XH310 mini-PC on MadShrimps.
ASUS ROG Phone on HotHardware.
August Smart Lock Pro for home automation on BigBruin.
Fallout 76 Review: Atomic Waste game on Tweaktown.
Synology MR2200ac Mesh Router on Modders-Inc.
While I'm here, today's timewaster is the extremely addictive Cookie Clicker, which I was reminded of by this thread about time-sucking games. Don't say I didn't warn you!
Wednesday, 12-December-2018 12:06:35 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Here's some projects from the forums. Another good way to see what's going on at any moment in the forums is to hit the New Posts link. Enjoy!
Tuesday, 11-December-2018 14:17:35 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The encryption-busting legislation has been passed into law without any amendments, thanks to a last-minute deal. The bill appeared to be defeated on Thursday, the last day parliament will sit this year, until Labor leader Bill Shorten offered an olive branch to his rivals that night, agreeing to allow ALP senators to pass the bill without any of its own proposed amendments in order to empower law enforcement agencies before Christmas. The international technology community is vocally opposed to the legislation. "The new Australian law is deeply flawed, overly broad, and lacking in adequate independent oversight over the new authorities," the coalition said in a statement.
Phone scammers have been making a fortune from Australian victims. Australians were conned out of more than $800,000 in November alone as a "tsunami" of scam phone calls threatened people with arrest if they did not hand over their personal details. New figures from the Australian Taxation Office reveal more than 37,000 scam attempts were reported just last month.
The game Half-Life recently turned 20 years old. It’s only the now-simple visuals that tell you Half-Life is 20 years old. Its storytelling is so clever, subtle and perfectly pitched, it can still engross you. Half-Life taught a whole generation of big-budget game developers how to tell stories in an interactive space without continually wresting control from the player. Followed by a variety of sequels and add-ons, expanding the story and exploring new perspectives, it was also a lesson in universe building. No wonder that more than a decade since the last instalment, Half-Life 2: Episode Two, fans are still yearning for another sequel. Discussion here.
Meanwhile Doom turned 25 yesterday, and co-creator John Romero has announced some new content, named Sigil. Sigil contains nine single-player and nine deathmatch levels, and will be released for free in mid-February 2019. As a megawad, you'll need the original Doom (not the remake) to play it. Discussion in recent posts to this thread.
Still on the retro kick, it was 50 years ago this month that Douglas Engelbart gave the mother of all demos. On December 9, 1968 at a computer conference in San Francisco, Engelbart showed off the first inklings of numerous technologies that we all now take for granted: video conferencing, a modern desktop-style user interface, word processing, hypertext, the mouse, collaborative editing, among many others. Even before his famous demonstration, Engelbart outlined his vision of the future more than a half-century ago in his historic 1962 paper, "Augmenting Human Intellect: A Conceptual Framework."
NVIDIA unveiled the Titan RTX recently, which brings a new meaning to the phrase "4k video card". We don't have a hard release date on the Titan RTX as yet, but its live on NVIDIA'a Australian website (where you can also be notified about it) and it has been pegged for release in the U.S. and Europe by the end of the year. Hopefully we won't be far behind. What we do know is that the Titan RTX will set you back a cool $3,999.
The ACCC are taking a dim view of Facebook and Google's media dominance in Australia, with recommendations to control and limit their presence here. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) has indicated the need for potential new regulations to stop major tech companies from abusing their power to the detriment of Australia’s media and digital advertising industries. In a preliminary report released today, it put forth 11 recommendations to improve oversight of the tech giants and prevent them from engaging in potentially discriminatory conduct.
Andrew sent in this story of someone DDoSing a forum and going to prison for it. OKLAHOMA CITY – DAVID CHESLEY GOODYEAR, 44, of El Segundo, California, has been sentenced to 26 months in prison for directing distributed-denial-of-service (DDoS) cyber attacks against two websites owned by Oklahoma telescope retailer Astronomics in August 2016, announced Robert J. Troester of the U.S. Attorney’s Office.
|Tuesday Afternoon Reviews
Tuesday, 11-December-2018 13:25:28 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
MSI MEG Z390 ACE Motherboard on HardOCP.
Intel Core i5-9600K Processor Overclocking Review on HardOCP.
Crucial P1 500GB Solid State Drive on APHNetworks, OCAU review of the 1TB model here.
Crucial P1 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD on NikKTech.
QNAP TS-963X NAS on Tweaktown.
1stPlayer Bullet Hunter MK6 Gaming Keyboard on Tweaktown.
FNATIC Clutch2 Gaming Mouse on ThinkComputers.
Darksiders III game on OCClub.
Just Cause 4 PC Graphics Benchmark on TechSpot.
AMD Radeon RX 590 Linux Benchmarks, 18-Way NVIDIA/AMD Gaming Comparison on Phoronix.
Battlefield V Ultra DXR Patch and Driver Performance Analysis on BabelTechReviews.
Battlefield V Tides of War GeForce RTX DirectX Raytracing on TechPowerUp.
APC UPS 600VA BE600M1 Battery Backup & Surge Protector on LegitReviews.
Corsair SF600 (2018) 600W SFX PSU on HardOCP.
Dell Latitude 7390 Ultrabook on FunkyKit.
SteelSeries Arctis Pro Wireless headphones on Tweaktown.
Antec Torque open-air case on TechPowerUp.
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 GAMING X TRIO video card on HardOCP.
I think I remember how to do this!
XPG SX8200 Pro SSD on Vortez
QNAP TS-251B Network Attached Storage on APH Networks
Crucial BX500 480GB SATAIII SSD on FunkyKit
Crucial P1 NVMe 1TB and 500GB on LanOC
Asustor AS4004T Low-Cost 10GbE NAS on TweakTown
ADATA SX8200 Pro 1 TB on TechPowerUp
ADATA HD830 4TB Portable HDD on TweakTown
TEAMGROUP T-FORCE DELTA TUF Gaming RGB on Vortez
Team Group T-Force Night Hawk RGB Legend DDR4 on Guru3D
ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2070 OC MINI (8GB GDDR6) on FunkyKit
Razer Naga Trinity MOBA/MMO Gaming Mouse on Madshrimps
Roccat Vulcan 120 Aimo Gaming Keyboard on Techreport
SteelSeries Rival 710 Gaming Mouse on FunkyKit
Dark Project ME3 Gaming Mouse on TechPowerUp
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard on TweakTown
Arozzi Sfera, Sfera Pro & Colonna USB Microphones on NikKTech
HP Spectre Folio Hybrid Notebook on Hot Hardware
FiiO M7 Portable High Resolution Music Player on NikKTech
HUAWEI Mate 20 with Triple Leica Cameras on TechARP
Keezel Travel VPN on TweakTown
Ooma Butterfleye Smart Security Camera with Facial Recognition on BigBruin
Logitech Circle 2 Security Camera on OCC
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Linux Gaming Benchmarks on Phoronix
MSI Optix MAG27CQ & MSI Optix MPG27CQ 1440p 144Hz Gaming Monitors on Techspot
Enermax LiqFusion 240 AIO Cooler on OCInside
Creative Sound BlasterX G6 7.1 External Gaming Audio DAC on Hardware Asylum
Wrist still very sore unfortunately which is limiting mouse/KB time.. but thanks to Dan and Tim this week!
|Access and Accessibility Bill
Thursday, 6-December-2018 12:36:06 (GMT +10) - by Agg
The Coalition and Labour have come to an agreement on the "Assistance and Access Bill" legislation, which sounds like they're going to build wheelchair ramps or something similarly nice. In fact, they want permission to break everyone's encryption. Under the terms of the deal, law enforcement agencies will not be able to issue technical capability notices for companies to build back doors unless both the attorney general and communications minister approve. The bill will contain a definition of “systemic weakness” – which companies cannot be asked to create – and stipulates that disputes about what constitutes such an impermissible back door will be determined by a former judge and a person with technical expertise. So, a back door which only the good guys can use. How can that even be a thing someone is seriously asking for? Not to mention it's yet another boot in the side of the Australian tech industry and makes us look even more backwards in the eyes of the world.
Electronic Frontiers Australia have a page showing how you can contact your representative to oppose the Bill. Computerworld have a summary of concerns from the Australian IT community.
Discussion continues in this thread.
Wednesday, 5-December-2018 14:02:54 (GMT +10) - by Agg
TechSpot noticed that it's possible to overclock some low-end Athlon CPUs, thanks to a BIOS error. In an unexpected turn of events, it’s now possible to overclock the otherwise-locked Athlon 200GE processor that currently sits as the least expensive Zen-based chip you can buy, selling for about $55. In what appears to be a slip up by MSI, about two weeks ago the component maker released a new BIOS for their full range of AM4 motherboards to include support version 184.108.40.206 of AMD’s Generic Encapsulated Software Architecture, otherwise known as AGESA.
HotHardware have an interview with Intel about their discrete GPU strategy. Lest we forget, Intel is not new to graphics. Intel GPU cores, integrated into its desktop and mobile processors, push the pixels in hundreds of millions of systems. And the company has a low-power DirectX 12-class GPU already in its repertoire. Theoretically, if Intel wanted, it could simply scale up its current GPU architecture and make more powerful discrete GPUs. This is not what Intel will be doing, however. In our discussion with Ari, he specifically stated that the GPU coming in 2020 is a massive enhancement to Intel’s graphics IP, optimized for future graphics, compute, and machine learning workloads.
The expanded site-blocking legislation has been passed into law. It widens the country's existing website-blocking system by allowing copyright owners to apply for injunctions to force ISPs to prevent their customers from accessing pirate sites. Once an injunction has been granted, the ISP can block mirror and proxy sites without needing to return to court. Meanwhile, search engines such as Google and Bing are also to be held responsible for linking to banned sites, and will now be required to remove links to them, again with mirror and proxy sites included.
SpaceX launched 64 satellites in one go recently. Setting new commercial launch and satellite industry records, a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket propelled by a first stage booster launched and recovered two times before soared into a clear morning sky over California’s Central Coast on Monday with 64 small satellites, then returned to a pinpoint landing on a vessel parked offshore in the Pacific Ocean, potentially to be flown again.
MasterCard and Microsoft want to give everyone a unique digital identity. Access to a universally-recognized digital identity could unlock new and enhanced experiences for people as they interact with businesses, service providers and their community online. Kiiiinda sounds like an episode of Black Mirror, though.
|Wednesday Afternoon Reviews
Wednesday, 5-December-2018 13:01:16 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Still struggling a bit with my wrist, but getting there..
Motherboard & CPU:
MSI Z390 Gaming Edge AC (Intel Z390) Motherboard on Tweaktown.
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Pro Carbon on Guru3D.
ASRock Z390 Phantom Gaming 9 on TechPowerUp.
Aorus Z390 Pro Motherboard on Modders-Inc.
HyperX Cloud MIX Headset on ThinkComputers.
Portable & Prebuilt:
Jacked Up With Less Jack: OnePlus 6T Smartphone on Techgage.
OnePlus 6T Review: Performance, Quality And Price Leadership Again on HotHardware.
HyperX Savage EXO Portable SSD on HWAsylum.
HyperX SAVAGE EXO external SSD on Vortez.
Crucial's P1 500-GB QLC NVMe SSD on TechReport, OCAU's review of the 1TB model here.
LaCie Rugged RAID Pro on Tweaktown.
Just Cause 4 Benchmark Performance Analysis on TechPowerUp.
Mutant Year Zero: Road to Eden game on TechPowerUp.
Adrenalin 18.12.1 Driver Performance, RX 590 & RX Vega 56 on BabelTechReviews.
SilverStone RGB fan grills, Christmas decorations? on LanOC.
ASUS TUF Gaming H5 headset on Vortez.
Arctic BioniX P120 fan on Vortez.
|Monday Night Reviews
Monday, 3-December-2018 23:34:16 (GMT +10) - by Agg
Motherboard & CPU:
Intel Core i9-9900K Workstation & Gaming Performance on TechGage.
EVGA Z390 FTW Motherboard on ThinkComputers.
Supermicro SUPERO C9Z390-CG-IW on FunkyKit.
Intel Core i5-9600K Processor Overclocking on HardOCP.
Crucial P1 1TB Solid State Drive on APHNetworks, OCAU review here.
Patriot EVLVR Portable Thunderbolt 3 SSD on HotHardware.
T-Force Delta RGB SSD on Tweaktown, OCAU review of "Rainbow" model here.
Edifier W860NB Active Noise Cancelling Headphones on TechARP.
E-Lektron EL20-MB & EL16-P Mobile Sound Systems on NikKTech.
BenQ EX3501R curved monitor on Vortez.
AMD Radeon RX 590 Roundup – PowerColor, Sapphire and XFX on LegitReviews.
MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Gaming X TRIO 8G on Guru3D.
GeForce 417.01 Performance with RTX 2070 FE & EVGA GTX 1060/6 SC on BabelTechReviews.
Netgear Orbi Voice on Tweaktown.
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Low Profile keyboard on Vortez.
noblechairs HERO Series Office and Gaming Chair on HardOCP.
Deepcool Captain 240 EX All-In-One CPU Cooler on HardOCP.
Lian Li Lancool One Digital cases on TechPowerUp.
Zeblaze THOR PRO 3G Smartwatch on NikKTech.
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