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    I had a Focus with a defective transmission. Turns out there was a nationwide recall. There's a batch failure for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Point?
    I'm sorry that you've read more than I said from my pointless post, but I think Corsair is handling the SF's issue well to prevent spreading FUDs.

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    Testing resumes. Do note the strategically placed fire extinguishers (ok.. They're just holding the doors open)..
    Last edited by Jon Gerow; 05-26-2020 at 11:39 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Testing resumes. Do note the strategically placed fire extinguishers (ok.. They're just holding the doors open)..



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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
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    Yeah. It looks like vBulletin is still broke and nobody is around to fix it.

    I made the attachment, but it didn't work, so I then used the attachment as the inline photo.

    I miss the old vBulletin. But you can't leave the forums not updated or you end up with security issues.

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    Quote Originally Posted by vvvpcf View Post
    I'm sorry that you've read more than I said from my pointless post, but I think Corsair is handling the SF's issue well to prevent spreading FUDs.
    When someone just posts a bunch of links without context, it's easy to read into it more than there is.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Yeah. It looks like vBulletin is still broke and nobody is around to fix it.
    Can't someone else do it? And also do reviews again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by -The_Mask- View Post
    Can't someone else do it? And also do reviews again?
    I don't know.

    I have to be fair to Tony, though. He may have tried to fix it, but it's so broken it's hopeless.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    yes.
    Hello Jon, and thank you for your great work.
    This evening I've seen your interview made by PCWorld at the Corsair gaming room on Sept of last year where you speak about SF750 model: https://youtu.be/QJ_VV3UjEBY?t=1208
    After so, I went on Amazon and ordered a brand new SF750 that I'll receive next week.
    Just after that I was looking around and read about cables stuff for the SF750 and ended up in this thread!

    Can you tell us some advises for identifying a faulty model from this batch issue, rather than looking at the serial's 4 initial numbers starting from 1950 to 1953?
    Or a solution (if exist any) on how to identify if we could end up in having a faulty model, like if testing it with a tester or a psu tester might help wondering of any faulty tendency.

    Thank you very much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PIRATA! View Post
    Hello Jon, and thank you for your great work.
    This evening I've seen your interview made by PCWorld at the Corsair gaming room on Sept of last year where you speak about SF750 model: https://youtu.be/QJ_VV3UjEBY?t=1208
    After so, I went on Amazon and ordered a brand new SF750 that I'll receive next week.
    Just after that I was looking around and read about cables stuff for the SF750 and ended up in this thread!

    Can you tell us some advises for identifying a faulty model from this batch issue, rather than looking at the serial's 4 initial numbers starting from 1950 to 1953?
    Or a solution (if exist any) on how to identify if we could end up in having a faulty model, like if testing it with a tester or a psu tester might help wondering of any faulty tendency.

    Thank you very much.
    You know based on the lot code. Period. Otherwise, there is no identifying markings. It's on the PSU and the box.

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