I told you to stop spamming and stop with the caps.
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You aren't using the forums correctly. You are replying to yourself, so the other users aren't notified when you respond. This is likely part of why you think you aren't getting responses. If you want to reply to a user, click the reply button directly under their comment. Don't use the reply box at the top. That's for responding to the original post in the thread.
Additionally, if you don't like the help someone is trying to give you, just move on. There's no need to go after them for it.
Stop spamming. And stop with the all caps.
Thanks for the report. The listing has been updated.
The Completed Builds section is for PCs that you have finished assembling, and photos of the assembled PC are required for approval. If you upload photos of this PC when it's finished being assembled, please create a new Completed Build, and it will be approved.
If this isn't a PC you already own, you may be looking for the Part List Opinions Wanted subforum or the Guides section, depending on your intentions.
This topic has been moved from "General > Off Topic" to "Systems > Laptops".
Comments like this are not appropriate for this site.
The question has been answered and the thread has devolved into nothing more than karma manipulation, so I'll be locking this now.
This is already on the site here.
This will be added to the site when it becomes available for purchase.
These are already on the site here. Currently looking into what's causing them not to show when you type 2060 into the video card category view.
I'll pass along to the team the issue with filtering on that page.
Keep it polite or don't comment on this site.
All of these PSUs have now been added to the site.
Sorry, parts this old will not be added to the site at this time.
Just about all models have been added to the site. The Nvidia reference version will be added if it becomes available for purchase new from one or more of our supported retailers.
That sounds great, congrats!
It sounds like you're having an issue with drivers not playing nice with your system. You could try updating your drivers first, which is a good thing to do anyway since the drivers out of the box will by nature be out of date a lot of the time. Namely, you can update your graphics drivers and the drivers for your motherboard. All of these can be downloaded from the manufacturer.
For more info and help, I recommend posting over at the Troubleshooting subforum.
Also, if you'd like to post your build with photos and comments, you can create a Completed Build (top left button)!
Sorry for the delay in response. The prices we show are what's provided to us by retailers, so sometimes there can be a delay in price changes. If there is a price fluctuation that reverses before we receive update info, it also might not be reflected here.
It seems the price is accurately showing now, fortunately.
You seem to be confusing private messages with comment replies. Both will show up in your inbox (https://pcpartpicker.com/user_r/messages/), but private messages will be marked as a private message, while comments will not.
This topic has been moved from "General > Site Feedback And Feature Requests" to "General > General Discussion".
Please keep feedback polite and constructive.
This topic has been moved from "Hardware > Motherboards" to "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted".
Thanks for the report. We'll look into this.
An optical drive is sold separately. You can purchase a 5.25" optical drive and install it to use with disks if you wish. There isn't one included because PC gaming with disks is rare and becoming rarer these days.
If you want to give feedback on part lists, stick to the Part List Opinions Wanted subforum and the Guides section.