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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias Erichsen View Post
    09:05 #0159 - Aluminum
    Mine was 9:05 last 4 #0156 so maybe that is the position in line.
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    Four last digits in the order number reads: 89f2 - order was done 4 minutes after release. Confirmation 7 minutes past release.
    Not sure how to read that. :)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mathias Erichsen View Post
    This is the last 4 digits from the order number... Not really sure if this is a valid number tho.
    I don't think this is correct since some have letters in their last digits. I ordered 1 minute after you and have 9089, which would mean that between your purchase and mine there's 8930 orders put in, which makes little sense. It also makes little sense that in under 5 minutes over 159 units were sold when most of the servers were down. The only way for us to have a real serial number stamp would be if we got the order of orders from Red, we don't have it based on the order number or any other number on our reciept I'm afraid.
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    That makes a lot of sense Christoffer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Christoffer Glans View Post
    I don't think this is correct since some have letters in their last digits. I ordered 1 minute after you and have 9089, which would mean that between your purchase and mine there's 8930 orders put in, which makes little sense. It also makes little sense that in under 5 minutes over 159 units were sold when most of the servers were down. The only way for us to have a real serial number stamp would be if we got the order of orders from Red, we don't have it based on the order number or any other number on our reciept I'm afraid.
    The digits I'm looking at are the last four digits before the hyphen and not the last four caracters/numbers after the hyphen..
    But you are probably correct and we'll just have to wait and see :)
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    Not sure how many of you are reading your order number to get your serial number... Ordered a Ti at 9:18 PST (CS170706161600 - 76f3)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric Oh View Post
    Not sure how many of you are reading your order number to get your serial number... Ordered a Ti at 9:18 PST (CS170706161600 - 76f3)
    My guess is that the serial would be 1600. This may be wrong tho..
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    Yep, all the numbers before the hyphen are time related.

    To build a real list we should consider that, it would not be too difficult, just a sorting job ;)

    Mine is CS170706160105

    so 16:01:05 GMT -> 09:01:05 PDT
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    Mine looks to be time-stamped 09.16 GMT equating to 10.16 British Summer (ha ha) Time, which sounds about right.
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    In that case, mine is exactly 09.06:09, only way to make an "order list" without real numbers is to make the list based off these numbers down to the seconds.
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