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realpetertdm

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  1. Also, Gamers Nexus sent out a tweet yesterday asking NZXT H1 owners to contact them, so... coincidence?
  2. Even if it costs them (and the customer) more, they should still be offering to fix them for free, not just send out repair kits and make customers do the fixing. At least have an option for someone to fix it for them, give customers a choice. Offloading all the work to customers is wrong, even more in this case (lol) when it can be an actual fire hazard. Edit: Also, sending out repair kits and having hundreds of emails from customers who don't know how to fix them is going to be expensive too
  3. No, no, NO NZXT, THIS IS NOT HOW YOU DEAL WITH A SAFETY HAZARD. What you do is recall all the cases. Not send out "repair kits" and make users fix problems caused by design flaws. At the very least offer free repair for customers.
  4. Apparently they're using "second-generation" ultra thin glass. I assume it's going to be better than the one in the Z Fold 2.
  5. They're reportedly planning to use UTG (Ultra Thin Glass) for the cover of the Fold, so maybe a stylus could be used. We'll have to see though
  6. Summary Galaxy Z Fold 3: - Under-display camera - S Pen - screen cover will be Ultra Thin Glass - To be released on Q3 2021 or as early as June 2021 - Note series is expected to be discontinued - Possible Z Flip 3, Z Fold FE Please note that this isn't officially confirmed by Samsung (as in they haven't said these things directly) -this is all according to reporting from South Korean media Aju Kyenogje and IT Chosun. Xda developers and other media have reported on this too. Quotes (Direct translation from original sources)
  7. I was talking about the Origin PC support rep mentioning bacon scented face masks, but uh ok
  8. I don't think a tech support rep talking about bacon face masks is 2 months old tech news
  9. If I recall correctly, I didn't hear any financing upsells in secret shopper part one. Has Dell gotten even worse at providing customers a decent experice, compared to last time?
  10. I opened up LTT's zen 3 review and immediately got an intel ad lol
  11. UPDATE: Intel has sold their NAND division to SK Hynix. Official press release from SK Hynix (Korean) https://news.skhynix.co.kr/2305?category=1067707 (English) https://news.skhynix.com/sk-hynix-to-acquire-intel-nand-memory-business/
  12. So it wasn't just four 3080s that they sold. They're making above 10k with those listings, $2500 for a 3090...
  13. IMO, this response from MSI is still not good enough. It still doesn't answer the main question - Why was MSI/Starlit selling 3080s at $1300? Nobody has a problem with Starlit selling 3080s, people just have a problem with them being sold at ridiculous prices.
  14. https://twitter.com/msiUSA/status/1313734160582803456 Statement from MSI
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