Discussion in 'Computer Information' started by housetrained, Jul 16, 2012.

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    housetrained Guest

    Having two VGA cards was going to buy the Zalman Reserator 1 V2 which comes
    supplied with ONE VGA block. Can anyone suggest where I can get a spare
    This is cross posted in WIN7 ng

    housetrained, Jul 16, 2012
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    Paul Guest

    Buy two Reserators and keep the second for spare parts ?
    You'll probably need a pump some day.

    Paul, Jul 16, 2012
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    VanguardLH Guest


    From the components list, the VGA block is part number ZM-GWB3. I did a
    search on just that part number at their web site and got:


    Since they don't list prices on these pages, presumably you have to buy
    from one of their resellers. Click on the "Where to Buy" link in the
    top navbar on their web pages. If those dealers don't carry the item
    and won't special order it then you'll have to contact Zalman on how to
    separately obtain the item.

    Have you even checked with whomever you bought the kit if they carry or
    can special order the item for you? Or haven't you bought it (as
    indicated by "was going to buy" statement)? Presumably you had someone
    in mind to buy the kit in the first place so ask them about obtaining
    this item either as another optional component in the kit or get it
    separately (which will cost a lot more).
    Wrong. You MULTI-posted, not cross-posted. Cross-posting means you
    select *multiple* newsgroups to which your article gets posted. With
    cross-posting, only 1 copy of the article gets sent and only 1 copy gets
    stored on the server and only 1 copy gets peered to all other NNTP hosts
    in the worldwide mesh network that is Usenet. Pointers are used at the
    NNTP servers to have the article show up in each newsgroup. Because you
    multi-posted, multiple articles get sent to the server and multiple
    articles get peered to every NNTP server so more bandwidth and disk
    space gets consumed.

    In addition, you multi-posted to an *unrelated* newsgroup. This is not
    an OS issue. It is a hardware-only issue.

    Some articles on how to post, including how to cross-post:
    VanguardLH, Jul 16, 2012
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    Paul Guest

    Paul, Jul 17, 2012
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