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    Default SF750 batch failure

    I saw someone in local forum with defective SF750, and later found out there were some batch problem.

    Questions -
    0. Is this a real batch failure? or just coincidence?
    1. only SF750? not SF600 or 450?
    2. I saw CX650 double failure(failure again after replacement) recently, and guess it was primary problem(bang sound), is it related to this problem?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    I saw someone in local forum with defective SF750, and later found out there were some batch problem.

    Questions -
    0. Is this a real batch failure? or just coincidence?
    1. only SF750? not SF600 or 450?
    2. I saw CX650 double failure(failure again after replacement) recently, and guess it was primary problem(bang sound), is it related to this problem?
    Can you link me to that conversation?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Can you link me to that conversation?
    https://www.reddit.com/r/sffpc/comme...ure_instances/
    https://linustechtips.com/main/topic...a-replacement/

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    Obviously I know about the LTT one.

    I forwarded the Reddit thread to Corsair's tech support and tech marketing groups. Let them figure it out.

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    Oh.. I didn't see the CX failure you mentioned.

    Can you link to that as well? It's ok if it's not in English. That's what Google translate is for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Oh.. I didn't see the CX failure you mentioned.

    Can you link to that as well? It's ok if it's not in English. That's what Google translate is for.
    http://cooln.kr/bbs/tip/374946
    well guess the first CX was a last year's batch, so it might be just a coincidence, but you can also check it out while you're at it.

    Do you know the number of the current producing batch?
    And this is a irrelevant question, do you have plan for a SF TITANIUM?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    http://cooln.kr/bbs/tip/374946
    well guess the first CX was a last year's batch, so it might be just a coincidence, but you can also check it out while you're at it.
    Yeah. Probably coincidence.

    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    Do you know the number of the current producing batch?
    What do you mean by this? There's production every week. So, like units made this week, would be 2019XXXX

    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    And this is a irrelevant question, do you have plan for a SF TITANIUM?
    Nope.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    What do you mean by this? There's production every week. So, like units made this week, would be 2019XXXX
    I mean the first four digits of serial no, ex)1953.

    + defective SF750 serial in our local forum: 19534851000067140111

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgbodosk View Post
    I mean the first four digits of serial no, ex)1953.

    + defective SF750 serial in our local forum: 19534851000067140111
    First two digits are year. Second to digits are week of the year. Next four are something like factory, shift #, etc.

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    So what's happened ? Or it's too early to judge.

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