Few people speak French in Toronto's area. It's in Ontario, Canada. It isn't in Québec.
We have an office near Toronto and out of ~20 employees, only two are able to communicate in French and it isn't their main language.
They are in the case fans, memory modules, motherboards and graphic cards. I don't own such a system, but when I'll eventually upgrade my aging tower, I'd like to be able to do so with ending up with a disco ball sitting on my desk.
I'm quite sick of all the RGB light rage in computer components these days. Is it too much to ask from a computer that it doesn't look like a gay pride parad when it's on? Besides looks, it's a waste of energy for no useful purpose at all.
The 2.5" NVMe drives have been available for 2 or 3 years now. They are significantly cheaper than SAS SSD (although often faster), but don't expect consumer-like prices either. Expect ~1$/GB for the write-intensive models (Intel DC P4600, Micron 9100MAX, etc) and 0.50$-0.70$/GB for...
They own the domain name of your former e-mail. What were you expecting? If what you want to do was easily feasible, we would all be victims of man-in-the-middle hacks. E-mails wouldn't be even remotely reliable.
Thank you all for the suggestions. I'll see what I can get locally* and at what price.
* More often than not, Amazon.com doesn't ship to Québec and selection from Amazon.ca is more limited than the U$ version. Prices on the Canayan site are also higher, even after figuring out currency...