No problem. Thanks for understanding.
Don't bypass the profanity filter please. It's there for a reason.
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Our compatibility engine doesn't currently work with that kind of requirement. We aren't going to add parts we can't check for compatibility.
Added here. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
You may have just changed my life. Depends on effectiveness and convenience.
This topic has been moved from "General > General Discussion" to "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted".
Keep in mind that extended gaps in employment history don't look good on a resume. If you can fill that with something appropriate, you might be okay, but a lot of the time it's going to hurt you come job hunt time.
You don't have to need everything you buy.
Build quality, sound leakage in or out, mic audio quality.
Added here with a bonus 1.6TB drive here. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so. Looks like a couple have pulled already.
I've added the three capacities currently available. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
The versions that are available have been added. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
It's likely that modular cables have fixed, non-flexible parts of the plug that stick out that little bit further than non-modular cables. Bit of a strange claim on their part, though, since ATX PSUs can have varying lengths and still fit the ATX standard. We'll look into it further and see what we can do.
It doesn't work with our compatibility engine currently.
Sorry, but because this case isn't compatible with modular ATX power supplies, we can't add the QB One at this time.
I've added the three capacities that are currently available. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
Sorry, but because of the unique PSU requirements of the QBX, we cannot add it at this time.
Sorry, but because of the proprietary form factor of that motherboard, we cannot add it at this time.
I apologize, but because of the unique PSU requirements of the Kaze, we cannot add it at this time.
Just letting you know that this has been added some time after your request, here.
Thanks for the report. The listing has been updated now.
Sorry, we only listed products that are available at at least one of our supported retailers.
You did it just by posting here! Added here.
Added now. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
Price tracking is done automatically. There will always be price tracking. Any time you ask, I can guarantee you the answer will be yes. Prices might not pulled for one reason or another, but it's not like there's a switch that needs to be flipped. The same goes for images, actually.
I've gone ahead and added the whole series (plus 1). Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
This won't be added at this time, as the pump on the radiator interferes with compatibility checking.
The Designare is already on the site here.
The Ultra Gaming has now been added here. Prices should pull over the next 24 hours or so.
Sorry, we're not adding water cooling cards at this time.
I've updated the listing. It should pull the Newegg price within the next 24 hours or so. Feel free to let me know if it doesn't.
Already added here (plus a few).
A well-constructed argument. Thanks for understanding, and you make good points.
If you do, please feel free to share them with me. I'm always interested in more info.
I think I incorrectly interpreted your initial comment, thinking you were implying AMD doesn't send press kits. I believe I better understand that you were simply saying you haven't seen AMD's so you can't comment on or link to that. That makes sense!
Also, please try to use some more punctuation. It can be difficult to read your comments at times.
Sample size matters. Big time. Your only evidence is a handful of cards, there are also counterexamples to your claim (but a small sample size of those, too). If a sample size is too small, it is not evidence. Otherwise you could take a handful of cards that are DoA and claim that all cards are DoA, etc.
There is far more to PSU quality than efficiency. Voltage ripple, performance with high temperatures, build quality, voltage regulation, and more matter quite a bit. None of that is something a user review can tell you about, as users don't measure those. It requires teardowns of PSUs and equipment to measure it. The reviewer rolfejc linked is very well respected and knowledgeable about PSUs.
It depends on what you're using, but for most semi-modular units, the only fixed cables are ones you are going to use anyway, so you're actually getting the exact same cable management experience. The only real downside usually is if you want to sleeve your cables.
The NEX unit is fine, but you'll find that most people agree the GQ unit is worth $5 extra.
Press kits are completely normal in any industry that sends samples out to reviewers. Every company has them. They aren't unethical; it's just marketing material (and ideally includes helpful info/specs).
A small sample size of FE cards are overclocking better than a small sample size of aftermarket cards. Generalizations about overclocking is much harder to make, as overclockability varies far more wildly.
I think a mistake you're making is assuming that because your theory fits the model, it must be true (or is likely to be true). One could also say that it makes sense for them to reserve the binned chips for cards with better coolers so the highest clocks can be achieved. Even if the logic follows, that doesn't make it true.
The fact of the matter is, what you're saying is speculation at best. Don't spread it, please.
That's an extremely small sample size to go off of. A handful of cards at best. WIthout any real evidence, you're really just at a point of speculation.