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Kazekage Gaara

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Kazekage Gaara last won the day on May 19 2018

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About Kazekage Gaara

  • Birthday December 30

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    Games, coin collection, and chess.

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  1. I know it's late to answer this, but no need to wait for code in your email. Simply go to the orders page and it'll show you the codes there, even a link to redeem it.
  2. I just did this for myself. Got 36 months Game Pass Ultimate for 5k. It would've been 4.5k but MS wasn't giving me the 50 offer anymore PS: If any of you are on the fence, I'd say now is the time. They're doing a revamp next year, so no guarantee the current loophole will still exist. Revamp in the sense they're going to introduce another tier and it was also confirmed by Xbox higher ups on Twitter that they're going to increase the price of Game Pass next year.
  3. The rest of the steps were exactly the same. Nonetheless, if someone had asked, I would've posted the link here
  4. Lol, I'm waiting for the same thing. To be honest, I have a huge backlog of games I already own, bought during sale. I can make do without Game Pass for 3 more months.
  5. You're lucky dude. That Rs. 50 offer doesn't keep coming. There will be a time where MS will stop giving it to you on that account, like they did with mine. My Game Pass expired on August 4th. My account still shows Ultimate for 499/month. Which means if I do intend to go for the 3-year deal, I'll have to spend 500 extra to convert it all to Ultimate rather than Rs. 50.
  6. I just found an old reddit link on Xbox India which talks about getting the Xbox Gift Card and then using that amount to buy the 750 Xbox Gold (6 months). The post there mentions that this way, you save up on the GST amount that gets charged per transaction. So if you're going for 3 years, that's 6 transactions totaling Rs. 804 (6 x 134 - 18% GST), which is a significant amount. I am yet to try this method.
  7. May I ask how you did it for under 4k? It's showing me as 750 for 6 months. That's 4500 for 36 months and then Rs. 50 for the Ultimate add-on.
  8. Sorry for the late reply. UPS, always. It'll work as a proper UPS on that mode, uninterrupted. That's excellent! Congrats! It's such a huge peace of mind knowing your PS4 Pro won't get screwed during power cuts.
  9. Oh, you bought the UPS. Well, good to know it can handle the PS4. About the in-built battery, it won't last more than 15 to 20 mins, but that should be ample of time for you to save your game and shut it down. Hi, If you bought the one that I have (Luminous Zelios 1100+) then you just need one battery. If the batteries work just fine, then you can simply hook one of those up to it. No need to buy new. Also, to answer your previous question, getting a simple UPS would've been fine too, like the one which @Bauji got. That would've given you 15 to 20 mins to save your game and shut down. Lemme know if you have any more question PS: I don't login to IVG much these days but I'll keep checking in every now and then
  10. Sweet! Congrats! It's pretty good, and it's confirmed Sine Wave since it can support PS4 Pro Hope you have a good battery connected to it.
  11. @Bauji @playstationdude Really sorry for the late reply guys. I don't login much in IVG. This Inverter/UPS is advertised as a Home Inverter and *does not* come with an in-built battery.
  12. Thought I would update since @Bauji quoted me here. I bought this... Luminous Zelio+ 1100 Home Pure Sinewave Inverter UPS It's 900 VA and can handle 756 Watts of load simultaneously. It's a single battery UPS/inverter, and I have it hooked up with an Exide Invamaster IMTT1800 battery (tubular 180 amp), and this setup is able to handle two fans, two LED bulbs, my PC on full load while gaming (check specs in sig) for about 2 to 2.5 hours. When the number of fans go down, it increases to 3 to 3.5 hours. Either that OR it's capable of handling my PS4 Pro and my 55 inch 4K TV for about 3 to 3.5 hours. All uninterrupted. No power drops or anything. All in all, I love this thing and I'm super happy with it PS: If you guys didn't know already, Luminous has been bought over by Schneider Electric (makers of APC). So the quality and performance is top notch.
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