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We included them but had some issues related to price latency. We're working on it, and assuming the issue can be resolved in a satisfactory way we hope to bring them back in.
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Extremely helpful - thanks! We'll look into that.
Hetergenous GPU sets are coming. There's some work that we need to do on the modeling side to properly support it, but once that's done you can expect mixed GPU (brand and chipset) support to follow.
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It is correct. The 1650 does not support multiple CPU configurations: https://ark.intel.com/products/82765/Intel-Xeon-Processor-E5-1650-v3-15M-Cache-3_50-GHz (Look under "Max CPU Configuration")
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I think the main domains you're seeing are part of Commission Junction, which is an affiliate network that some of our US retailers are a part of (Newegg, Superbiiz, Dell, etc). Off the top of my head I'm not aware of too many others - the rest are PCPP redirects that go straight to the retailer.
Because affiliate networks are used by both good and evil, it's pretty common for the redirect domains to be blocked. I appreciate your desire to whitelist them to support the site!
When you click on a Newegg link, you'll get a series of redirects they use to (I believe) do some fraudulent click detection as well as click attribution (so they know to credit us with the sale). I'll list out the domains below, but there's a risk they can change the domains or order of redirects at any time since all I can control is the first one. With that in mind, here are the domains I'm currently seeing to redirect to a CJ retailer like Newegg:
pcpartpicker.com --> www.anrdoezrs.net --> cj.dotomi.com --> www.emjcd.com --> www.newegg.com
Can you link one of the cases that you're seeing this on?
Unfortunately that's not something we are able to offer at this time.
We've had a few people inquire about it, but we don't have any plans to pursue it. At the very least, no one on our team has the domain expertise we'd need. I won't rule it out completely, but for right now I'd say it's a longshot.