First off, I'd like to point out that Kickstarter is not a goddamn retail business/storefront. You are not buying a product when you back a Kickstarter. Get off your high horse with this "as a consumer" nonsense. Second, from reading your previous posts, I believe you didn't even originally back the Kickstarter and you bought someone else's spot. I put myself in your shoes and have come to the conclusion that I'd be happy as hell. I'd be getting the case likely within the month instead of 6 MONTHS later.I've explained my point of view reasonably and fairly, splitting my judgement for the person behind the company and the company itself. you can explain your reasoning to me but I still paid for a premium priced product and was told quite reasonably backers were getting their packages first. Excuse me for not going into the fine print and examining his writing under a microscope. I've said before as a consumer im upset im still waiting. The information being provided to me feels like im being ignored and pushed aside to other backers and third party distributors, can you blame me if im feeling upset? I understand you've taken a defending stance of the shipper, but please take a look at the other side here and put yourself in someone like myself's shoes.
My actual build, inside a JONSBO UMX1 Plus:
- INTEL i7 5960x
- NOCTUA NH-U9DX i4
- AsRock X99 MiniITX
- GTX TITAN X
- Ballistix Sport LT Kit 32GB (16x2)”
- Samsung SM951 MZHPV256HDGL AHCI
- 3 x SAMSUNG 850 PRO 1TB (RAID 0)
- CORSAIR SF 600
Dreaming about this "downgrade",
but the cooling solution: Dynatron T318+Noctua Fan ...can give a:
4.0 Ghz OC on the 5960X ?
(it's actually everithing ok at 4.0 Ghz with NH-U9DX i4)
The only thing I have played a little around with is Nvidia GameStream (or whatever it's called) which worked perfekt (From pc to Shield TV) but otherwise Steams In-Home Streaming could be a solution for you?I was able to secure black case from overclockers, the hype is real. I"ll be upgrading from 6 year old laptop to this as I need to move my PC every 2-3 weeks by train, this will be perfect.
My plan is to use A4 for next gen virtual reality which will not be doable in any laptop anytime soon, A4 is the next best thing.
Instead of an small usb-c screen solution, I plan to use some laptop, ideally tablet running Win 10 pro for remote desktop connection to the A4 build to tap the power for general computing.
I also plan to utilize some type of game streaming to play on the laptop/tablet but do the rendering on the A4 build, I do not play any fast paced things, so it might do just fine for me.
Any experience with local machine to machine game streaming?
I am done with all shipment to France and Austria so if you don't get an mail you maybe give me a wrong email address or a spam address? Contakt me on KS
I have LP53, L9i and extra Noctua 92mm fan 25mm thick so I will test LP53 with 15mm Noctua, L9i stock and L9i with 25mm fan once I get my case. I'm running 6700KDo any have the test on Cpu coolers with Cooltek LP53 + Other fans link to share ??
Load temps is that i have biggest focus on
Right? I mean, this is exactly the kind of thing I would have expected from them if they were still the company they were 10 years ago.
It's not just production time, but shipping time as well. [...]
Anyway, I understand some of you guys are upset, but really, you need to give Dan a break. It's a massive undertaking for one person, and especially the first time doing it there's going to be some parts of the process you can't predict.
On the Dancase, the cases are packed in pallets and go from Taiwan to Germany. After the hassle and delay of a local delivery the pallets are broken open and the packages are re-labeled and sent out the other direction across the globe by Dan. On the Ncase, Lian Li ships directly to customers. This cuts out weeks of waiting for non-German customers.
The need for a 3M-branded PCIe extension, along with the combined shipping are making production runs take longer then necessary.
We all want our dan case, and its perfectly normal to feel frustrated with the situation, dont let people attack you for your honest feelings, because they are valid ones. Personally i want the problem addressed at least and a formal apology, its all im asking at this point.That's cool and all, but it does nothing to explain why US/Canadian people who ordered from overclockers or casekings *yesterday* are getting their packages already/soon, while backers from the same regions are still waiting
i just want my dan case
There's no need to tinyurl a spreadsheet link.
This Norwegian site got around 15 of the Asus ROG Strix Z270i mobos in stock this morning. We should see them popping up elsewhere pretty soon. Can't recommend trying to buy one from them though as they seem to be charging $250.
If you can't wait a week, they have 4 in stock as of the time of this post.
+1. nice idea.
On the subject of late transport of packages from Dan's kickstarter campaign, just remember you guys ordered your packages with a discount. People who ordered through overclockers or caseking had to pay more to get the package in those 2-3 days. What is more, those companies assume, the next time when A4-SFX cases will be available from the stock will be 15th of July 2017... and you, who backed Dan, didn't have to start for such race. Additionally, thanks to your help, such project had a chance to come to life. Dan for sure didn't want to make such situation, where backers will receive their cases later than standard retail client, but remember Daniel is a one-man-army, and while resellers have many people who are hired for sending packages, he is probably alone with that. You have to be at least a little bit more patient. I'm sure he's doing his best and now he has probably only a coffee in his veins
The longer you are waiting, the more you will appreciate what you will receive
I want the ROG swift....but i got the pro gaming.... i feel like i should have waited for the strix and also have gotten the corsair sf600.
For me it was shamelessly the color neutrality of the strix board, no decent itx boards for lga 1151Unless you have multiple M.2s, need USB type C, or plan on getting >3400Mhz ram, I don't think you'll be missing too much. The deciding factor for me was skylake vs kabylake.
Unless you have multiple M.2s, need USB type C...
We all want our dan case, and its perfectly normal to feel frustrated with the situation, dont let people attack you for your honest feelings, because they are valid ones. Personally i want the problem addressed at least and a formal apology, its all im asking at this point.
I ended up purchasing the Cryorig C7 cooler could anybody recommend a good Mini-itx motherboard?
I am thinking of i7 7700 and a 1080 Graphics card.
Any recommendations on the Motherboard would really help and be appreciated.