As a Samsung service official... they should have... not in amazon ir ebay for sure... no retail offerings, service or OEM yes.
Nope... there still last warranty having rarities. I've seen year 2016 for sure.
Go to a service location and buy one. They are still maintained made new.
I am not an official for PC hardware repair, I take requests from friends and and their friends often. It was a plague.
Considering the amount piles of even CPU burned phones due to waze or pokemon go I swap each day... you were lucky. Also it depends on the network...
I have evidence working 12 years a mobile service technician. Don't do it if you wan't the device living for more than a year. There's no problem...
It is not designed to do so, forget it. It doesn't matter if it wifi or LTE/WCDMA radio.
Yes it does. Due to thermal reasons. Also wifi chips under torrent load simply pop...
Nand is not that durable either... suicide.
Bill, the amount of those chips I had to replace during that era is really BS?
It is the G86. It is the affected GPU from the nvidia failure gate... not only mobiles were affected, desktops too, only those were better cooled...
Try to send it, I'll test on recent insiders.
It is a bit strange how a broken driver that everyone knows is broken could end up in the kernel... :wtf:
Those are the common fuckers, on each kernel update I need to blacklist and recompile my patched driver for the damned realtek USB wifi :nutkick:.
old news, I treat them like that since ages.
This one has a backplate. And an expensive EK logo.
You should find some local that does memory IC change... ask around in your local tech forums or service locations.
This is a new driver branch. It ups the DX12 tier. No surprises here.
DX12 is enabled even on Fermi...
Really if you hate microsoft so much use linux or mac.
Try latency mon. See what driver causes interrupts most.
I had to google if rheostatic is a word, it feels odd to use it.
I would still use rheostat control.
I have it too... in all my machines... haven't pinpointed what it is.
Yeah those are cheap. Also suggest putting caps(1-10uf) under the opamp supply pins to increase their stability. I don't see any of those near the...
Holy... not more than 15$...
You picked OPA2134? Those are one rather dull sounding old chips tbh... gdallsk was right suggesting...
Still better than Hawaii... 14C man.
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