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>> No.61611655

>that fucking sex music

>> No.61611699
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>doesn't tighten the heatsink in a star pattern

>> No.61611747

Too complicate,d Intel makes it easy to install CPUs

>> No.61611752

That's actually a really nice socket design. I like it.

>> No.61611797

that tiny af heatsink for a 16 core?

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>> No.61611856 [DELETED] 

You close 1-2-3
Fag probably never even seen a computer

>> No.61611892

Yeah. For some reason that's what AMD is sending out with their samples.

>> No.61611895

never saw the carrier before

>> No.61611928

>looks how it slides in so easilly...

>> No.61611951
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>> No.61612044
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>not applying thermal paste in an X to cover all the dies

>> No.61612049
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I approve of this post.

>> No.61612096

yeah, it's so much better to drop the cpu directly onto the socket and fuck some pin if you don't do it perfectly right?

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>Comments are disabled in this video

>> No.61612153

This is fucking garbage
Buy an i9

>> No.61612171 [DELETED] 

Oy vey schlomo

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>> No.61612226

pure sex
i appreciate the porn music too

>> No.61612241

nice to see that the socket is protected and thermal paste would have a hard time reaching it if you end up putting a little too much

>> No.61612258
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>> No.61612284
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>> No.61612285

What the fuck? Are you a fucking ogre that slams the CPU into the socket?

>> No.61612483

It's a really good heatsink

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>> No.61612532 [DELETED] 

You're not funny.

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>> No.61612582 [DELETED] 

Oy vey! Goy!!

>> No.61612651

too much sexual content

>> No.61612673
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>> No.61612675

It's a bit too large, but it is well designed to prevent you from fucking up for sure.

>> No.61612689

>lisa invites you back to her hotel
>you walk in
>this music starts playing


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>> No.61612795

>no giant tube of thermal paste and no spreading

wtf is msi doing

>> No.61613039

Wait a moment.

Since when did desktop AMD CPUs not come with pins?

>> No.61613052

Threadripper uses the server socket and package like EPYC.

>> No.61613108

Litterally this

>> No.61613145
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>going for X299 when X399 is available
Haven't you gone to school? Bigger number is better

>> No.61613149

If you don't overclock, they heatsink is likely all you need, remember amd is relatively cool per chip and this thing is making so much contact with the surface area, I would love to know thermals.

>> No.61613194

i9 master race

>> No.61613282

I sort of want this platform just because of the sheer overkill it is in all sort of ways besides single thread performance!

>> No.61613357

That's a big socket

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>> No.61613453

>That tiny ass amount of TIM.
That chip is HUGE, gonna need more than that tiny ass dab.

>> No.61613495
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LGA 2011 comes with a somewhat larger Intel stock heatsink

>> No.61613514
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Oh yeah stick that thick CPU into my socket!

>> No.61613562

if the heatsink mounts are good, that TIM will spread out over most of the package

I'd personally put two dots of paste, one on the upper half and one on the lower half

>> No.61613657


>> No.61613699

>installing a CPU
Fuck. Someone please post the webm where they use a shitton of thermal paste.

>> No.61613715

It's lga. Who needs help installing lga?

>> No.61613732

did you watch the video? the installation is different from intel's LGA stuff

>> No.61613733

4 poo

>> No.61613750


it's still essentially the same size as previous intel heatsinks and woefully inadequate for anything but stock in a low room temp area, had to get an intel stock for 2011 while waiting for brackets for my main cooler and it was stupidly loud and ran far too hot to do anything serious with

>> No.61613787

I wonder if this thing has the stupid offset temperature reading like the 1700X and 1800X have.

>> No.61613829

anyone got some experience with biostar boards? bios support etc

>> No.61613845

Doesn't matter, lga is lga. Pga is now rightfully dead.

>> No.61613888

>Pga is now rightfully dead
no, it isn't, AM4 is still here for 4 more years

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>> No.61613965


What a fucking great shill post, straight to the point kek

>> No.61614001

I mean, its an Am1 APU
The things can run passive on that cooler
Dont think you could really fuck it up but this is pretty close

>> No.61614060

>Star of David screws


>> No.61614067

Every Racing Sim, JRPG and VN set in a contemporary setting has Eastern Jazz like this.

>> No.61614085

>intel heatsinks
>woefully inadequate
That's InTel for you...

>> No.61614119


yeah pretty much, only really suitable for the very low tdp processors that can't overclock (so, i5 and below)

>> No.61614175

this is so fucking painful to watch

>> No.61614195

if you use perfect amount of thermal compund it's irrelevant

>> No.61614214

At least they send a heatsking *cough* intel *cough*

>> No.61614237
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turns out using solder to connect the lid means you can save assloads on coolers.

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>> No.61614243

>not delidding the cpu to make perfect contact with your cpu watercooling block

>> No.61614258

>that fucking sex music
cumshot @ 1:47

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>> No.61614310

nice B^)

>> No.61614319
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Get some perspective. The socket is FUCKING HUGE. Look how big it is compared to the DIMM slots. Look how big it is compared to X299 socket. Socketlets BTFO.

>> No.61614326

this thing is so big and fucking hot i wish it was girthy enough to spread open my asspussy so i could take every little bit of lisa su's masterpiece inside of me each of those CCX's pounding into my prostate milking every last bit of cum out of me right after after that infinity fabric hits a peak score in cinebench unghhh

>> No.61614337

jokes on you, intel doesn't offer a boxed cooler for their high end CPUs

>> No.61614385
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>intel gives you toothpaste as TIM, no cooler and overheating VRMs
>AMD gives you dies soldered to heatspreader, a decend boxed cooler and a fucking repurposed server socket

god i hate intel so much. Without their anticompetitive bullshit we could've had a nice, fast advancing and consumer friendly market for the last decade. Thank god AMD is back.

>> No.61614419

To be fair, the area above and below the socket isn't being used for anything so you may as well use it for more pins and more pcie lanes.

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>> No.61614431

it's a slightly modified epyc socket. Almost half of the pins are probably dead. Not that it matters, if anything it makes the platform more futureproof, especially considering the large power budget and new AMD chips being strong SoCs that don't need no chipset

>> No.61614452

this is a blue board anon

>> No.61614518

Would the pea method be enough for such a stupidly large CPU? I just realized I might worry myself if I assembled an X399 system as to whether I applied too much thermal paste, not enough, or if it actually covered the whole IHS.

>> No.61614547

I'd probably go with 4 peas around where the CPU dies are
or just the X method

>> No.61614567
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>Not using standard Philips screws

>> No.61614568

The X method netted the best results for my 2600k.
Spreads out well and gets the corners.

>> No.61614611

In terms of temperatures or just spread?
I didn't notice any measureable differences between different methods on my 2500K.

Torx is superior

>> No.61614614

>using standard Philips screws
Dumb frogposter.

>> No.61614626

Threadripper is a 4-die part with 2 dies disabled.
It's only twice the heat production of Ryzen, and Ryzen can be cooled with a small tower cooler with no heatpipes.

That cooler is a lot bigger than the 125W coolers provided with the FX line, and has MASSIVE heatpipes.

>> No.61614639

Since 2017

>> No.61614647

Torx lets you get lower profile screws. Phillips (or the superior JIS) need quite a deep head on the screw, which wouldn't work in that mechanism.

>> No.61614659

You can't have too much. Just use an X or Ж shape.

>> No.61614660

>people RMAing boards because they can't install a new CPU after stripping the phillips head screws with their awesome screwdrivers made from chinese pig iron
i can see why they went for torx

>> No.61614665
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Since 2010.

>> No.61614672

well, AM4 still uses PGA, only exyc and threadripper come with LGA

>> No.61614676

>In terms of temperatures or just spread?
Was 4C lower at load compared to the pea method.
I have a custom water block on it through.

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>being THIS mad

>> No.61614691
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Oh, sorry, my bad.

Socket F came out in 2006.

>> No.61614693

Good goy

>> No.61614709

It's snazzy music

>> No.61614712

AMD's server sockets have been using the LGA style for years now.

>> No.61614740

Does an i9 have the famous AMD® Glue®

>> No.61614746

Nah, they use epoxy instead of copper.

>> No.61614841


Meanwhile in the labs 2013-17...

>Bingineer A: The process is getting smaller and yields are getting complicated to increase.

>Bingineer B: A fast ASIC to ASIC comm interconnect is needed to get a practical scale performance on the same package.

>Bingineer C: We go modular on design, lets work on a MultiChipModule with a small design that get 4 ASIC to work as one fast chip.

>Product Manager: Markets want more I/O we need more pins!

>> No.61614969
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Please tell me this is fake

>> No.61614996

nah. But they deleted it from their official youtube account a few years ago after someone noticed what a load of bullshit it was. They probably had the marketing guys make the video on their own o r something like that

>> No.61615189

You can even use hex keys in TORX sockets, they're infinitely superior to Phillips

>> No.61615798

I don't care about the video - but that is one sexy processor.

>> No.61616139
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Yes use the inferior cheap product.
Be productive with a mediocre 3.4 GHz and shit memory support.

>> No.61616167

Amd already said no cooler is bundled are you some kind of idiot??

>> No.61616205

Are you the new IMG_xxxx? Because you're showing up in an awful lot of threads spewing the same horseshit even after getting BTFO.

>> No.61616263

Lol u need a fucking screw driver to install a cpu. Unbelievable.

>> No.61616278

>oh wow it's not like you get one with the motherboard or anything

>> No.61616295

Hard to deal with truth eh?
Let's wait how much speed you get on this abortion of CPU that will barely hit 3.6 with mediocre ipc

>Muh cinebench scores

Yes because hedt platform is all about that: WinZip, cinrbench, shitty streaming and converting videos no one see

>> No.61616310

Did beawesome get rid of his tripcode or something?

>> No.61616316

How many more threads you plan on shitting up with your garbage?

>> No.61616340

>64 PCIe lanes

>> No.61616464

>Requires torx to install
Normies get rekt

>> No.61616539

Its not hard to buy a torx screwdriver.

>> No.61616564

I would be really surprised if motherboards or CPUs didn't come with one.

>> No.61616568

I know, but still, normies

>> No.61616597

Just go to any hardware store and buy a torx screwdriver.

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>> No.61616921

>spending extra money on a cooler
good goy

>> No.61616946


I don't want my house to burn down.

>> No.61616968
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I bet 99% of your amd drones didn't even had one hedt platform in life or actually need one to begin. Majority is probably poor loving on phenons waiting for the second coming that will be another major disappointment.

>> No.61616994

You didn't received the news from amd drone mothership? Amd isn't shipping a cooler with toyripper. Just have fun finding a cooler for this abortion

>> No.61617008

stretching to meet your quota huh

>> No.61617016

Really hope you're getting paid for this because this is just getting really sad.

>> No.61617018


Would you believe I actually gave away my XSPC custom loop 5960X system to a friend so I can build a Threadripper system?

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>> No.61617204

why does X399 use motherboard pins while AM4 uses cpu pins?

>> No.61617217

Number of people you've convinced not to buy Ryzen: 0
Number of people you've convinced you're a stupid fanboy shill dipshit: Like, a billion

>> No.61617232

>Like, a billion
Every pajet browses /g/?

>> No.61617496

Because 4096 pins on a CPU would be ridiculous.

>> No.61617539

the rest of the site is occupied by chinks

>> No.61618002

What are you talking about? He tightens it the correct way, always opposed corners to minimize the bending force.

Thats how you tighten car tires as well, or engine blocks.

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Gets me every time.

>> No.61618070


I have multiple e5-2670 workstations I've built for my workplace, some with dual xeons and some with a single one, I'm looking forward replacing them with threadripper based systems.

And gonna probably update my home server with a ryzen too next month

>> No.61618106

>actual screws instead of that plastic shit that breaks up easily exactly when you most need it to not intel uses

That alone is a great reason to move to aymd.

>> No.61618450

AMDrones have a shit product (as usual) and damage control on /g/ all day.

Buy quality. Buy the industry standard. Buy a i9.

>> No.61618475

I bet intel is still butthurt with the 6502.

>> No.61618483

>Buy quality. Buy the industry standard. Buy a i9.

Goldstein please

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you tighten your engine block in that way? good lord you are an idiot

>> No.61618540

He's not pulling an Goldstein here, He's pulling an IBM.
"Nobody ever got fired for buying intel"

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>> No.61618611

At least put some effort into false-flagging, guys.

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>> No.61618692
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>> No.61618707

>unlisted no comments because of thermal paste bullying

>> No.61618716

This is one is not the biggest intel's fear.
I would say Epyc and whatever they name the APUs will be the biggest problems.

>> No.61618719

>Deflection type Torque wrench

Might as well use a regular ratcheting wrench.

>> No.61618729

I found ironic that the video installing the X399 didn't put enought thermal paste...

>> No.61618759

i might buy this just for the case

>> No.61618788

what's up with the glove?

>> No.61618802

it that enough paste?
that's a big cpu.

>> No.61618805

Its so they dont get thermal paste on their hands

>> No.61618986


>> No.61620635

It'll be a video for their product pages, they use YouTube so they don't have to host their own video

>> No.61621049

Für dich

>> No.61621089

how are you even going to create a star pattern with 4 screws you fucking mong

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>> No.61621364

>ecc support
bye bye low core xeons

>> No.61621375

It's 80's porn music

>> No.61621436

Joopoos btfo

>> No.61621603

the threadripper server heatsink etc are big but the design is ineffective, its because they are intentionally using standard dimension stuff that has been shaped and has looked like that for a long time

>> No.61621642

The heatsink design isn't that bad at least its designed where airflow goes over the VRMs and it is a server heatsink it's not like it's meant to be silent anyway

>> No.61621675
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yeah, that's MSI.

Don't forget to change into your underwear and turn on a fan when it's GAMING TIME.

>> No.61621871

>ECC and quad-channel on a desktop platform on the cheap

>> No.61621878

Oy. Xeon is better. goy

>> No.61622386

This guy wouldn't be shitposting for amd if money wasn't involved.

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>> No.61622415

>torx screws

>> No.61622439
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Please stop

>> No.61622500
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>meanwhile on Intel side
It's almost like you are a retard or something.

>> No.61622501

It's impossible to even have a thread about a CPU installating procedure without getting flooded with anti-AMD trolls shills and shitposters, so why don't you just fucking kill yourself you miserable piece of shit?

>> No.61622656

>quite a deep head on the screw

>> No.61622670

Is this a ladyboy

>> No.61622777


>> No.61622797

None of you are actualy going to buy a 16c chip, why is there so much fuzz about it

>> No.61622948

don't question this
never question this

>> No.61622966

>I'm not going to buy it, so no-one is!
>I don't have a use for it, so no-one does!

Autism speaks, it's time to ignore.

>> No.61623004

Anyone producing HD youtube content probably will get one of those.
Is MUCH better than the shitty GPU solutions available at the moment.

>> No.61623082

don't project your poorness on others

>> No.61623085

>no more cpu dropped on socket pins
me likes

>> No.61623093

Are you kidding? Imagine how awesome the graphics will look.

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>> No.61623159

Oh, oh. I see, they're making fun of hot GPUs

>> No.61623292

Even AM3 motherboards had ECC support, there was never a reason to buy those abortion xeons.

>> No.61623353

Fucking hate those things so much.

>> No.61623400

The contact area is larger, so no problem

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>> No.61623614

the heatsink is hardly tiny

>> No.61623700

>wearing anti-static gloves when installing CPU

>> No.61623745

bet his nails are fucking ugly so I like the gloves better

>> No.61623861

that's right AMD fags, look at the superiority of Intel AMD BTFO!

>> No.61623879


Didn't think this shitpost through very well, did you?

>> No.61624216

>"Quad channel"
Except it's not a unified bus it's just 2 channel glued, as everything on amd failure platform

>> No.61624254

Flash news
No one see your shitty videos

>> No.61624255


>actually lifting up the mouse when moving

Only thing that triggers me.

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Holy fucking shit he actually believes the Intel marketing slides.

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>> No.61624297

Prove me I'm wrong just wait bandwidth data on toyripper

>> No.61624304

>he thinks hes rich because he can afford a 1000$ cpu
toppest of keks

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>> No.61624372

This guy is the new IMG_xxxx for sure. Shits up every possible AMD thread, constantly regurgitating the same bullshit over and over, repeating Intel marketing slide lies, etc.


Just fucking pathetic.

>> No.61624422

>hurr durr let me desperately try and deflect attention away by referring to an unreleased GPU that nobody knows the actual TDP of

Kill yourself.

>> No.61624435

Rabid fucking fanboys are fun aren't they?

>> No.61624443

>being poor AND salty

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You brainless stupid Intel cocksucking faggot. Anandtech ran benchmarks on Epyc vs Purley Xeons a week ago and it was a paintrain for Intel the entire time. The only time it really "lost" is when Anandtech intentionally set up a completely unrealstic database scenario.


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>synthetic benchmarks
> >2001

>> No.61624531

gloves not grounded.

>> No.61624552

He needs a name, something like glueboy since he seems to love the glue meme to death and probably looks like the intel glue-eater kid.

>> No.61624562


no, but they have intel brand toothpaste

>> No.61624599

>lost in avx
Isnt it supposed to be intels strong point?

>> No.61624628

He is Brazilian. Fucking intel monkey

>> No.61624647

Not when Intel is throttling due to how much power AVX sucks down.

>> No.61624687

>he doesnt play Quake at 400 dpi

>> No.61624800

It's a memory bandwidth test for starters.

Also if there was code that was 100% avx then yes, intel would win by a large margin. But the point is while certain code is going to gain from avx vectorisation, it's not as big a gain as intel's marketing would have you believe.

>> No.61624808

>APUs will be the biggest problems

This is probably their biggest fear on the consumer side of things. Potentially killing Intel in the laptop game.

>> No.61624822

>delidding kit

Didn't that guy say he isnt selling them because they fuck the chip up?

>> No.61624837


That fucking sound and the shitty feeling of that plastic

>> No.61624844

nobody brought up vega??? you sound mad???

>> No.61625007

Technically it is, look at how much higher its AVX score is relative to the regular score, the problem is that Epyc is so much faster overall, that it still gets beat even with that advantage.

>> No.61625039

AMD has engineered ryzen to "win" benchmarks.
Thats all about it. Cinebench is a new workload

>> No.61625049
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Literally pulled right out of the Intel marketing slides. Just kill yourself already.

>> No.61625085

Are you really this fucking retarded? Look at the goddamn filename.

>> No.61625173

What is the point of the cpu holding bracket?

>> No.61625199

that you can lower the cpu safely into the socket and not having to trust how well you can hold something with your fingertips

>> No.61625206

It prevents you from damaging contacts in the socket. The bracket lets you mate up with the contacts while assuring that the CPU is perfectly level and even the whole time.

>> No.61625429

and there's not really anything they can do about it. A fucking A12 9800 slaughters all their IGPs, even the broadwell ones with EDRAM. With shitty memory and on 28nm. They'd have to produce an MCM package with nvidia or PowerVR GPUs to compete because their own ones are fucking terrible. That's not to start of their non existential drivers

>> No.61625452

also keep in mind that this is just the slightly modified epyc server socket. That's the reason for the screws too. It's designed for server level hardware and was just brought down like this into the consumer market because it's a fairly low volume part, uses the epyc MCM anyways and probably severly reduced time to market by not having to design a third socket.

>> No.61626523


Hello bronze league shitter.

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The whole channel is like that:

>> No.61627573

>how much higher its AVX score is relative to the regular score
Pretty sure it's simply because avx actually works on intel only with intel compiler. Without (((their)) tricks epyc would had much higher difference between avx and non-avx.

>> No.61627602

are there any dual cpu threadripper mobos planned?

>> No.61627630

>dual cpu threadripper mobos
I don't really think that you can fit 2 tr4 socket even on eatx board.

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>Not considering torx the superior screhead
GTFO kiddo

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