Comments like this are not appropriate for this site.
The person who replied to you advocating acquiring the operating system illegally. That's piracy. Advocating piracy on this site or even hinting at it as a solution is not allowed on this site.
Do not advocate piracy.
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This topic has been moved from "General > Request Part Additions / Corrections Here" to "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted".
Per user code of conduct, please don't crosspost your topic on multiple forums. I've deleted the others and left this one.
Forum topic views were not rate limited. Until now. Thanks (from everyone), I guess? I implement countermeasures to abuse as needed.
If you want to abuse the system, you'll get banned.
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There are a myriad of other reasons we could delist a retailer - I'm not going to enumerate everything they could possibly do that would cause that.
I'd prefer letting us speak on our behalf on why retailers are removed. Otherwise it spreads rumors when you or others say why without any background details from us or the retailer.
Unfortunately I don't see this as something we plan on implementing.
It's not because of poor customer service. We removed Canada Computers because we couldn't get accurate price data. We're working on that, and when that's fixed we'll bring them back.
Do you have any plugins installed in Chrome, such as ad blockers, noscript, etc?
Definitely. We don't have that data entered on the motherboards at present, so it'll take us some time - it basically means revisiting each motherboard and entering that data. We do have a motherboard data revamp coming in the next few months, so I'll make sure that goes in with it.
I'd love to. It goes a bit beyond our original scope and more into homelab / network modeling, but I'd love to see that capability incorporated into the site. We have a few things on our plate we need to crank through, but I'll definitely put this on our list.
I realize this is very late in responding, but I wanted you to know we listened to your feedback. I'm sorry for the trouble you encountered. That's not good, and at best a waste of your time and energy. We have removed all NCIX, NCIX US, and Direct Canada listings from the site.
Ah great feedback, and sorry for the late reply. The reason why it's not showing pricing is that (in the second screenshot) we received data from Amazon that the product is out of stock. When we determine part list best prices, we factor in stock availability when we can get it accurately. If the retailer says it's out of stock, we try to show the next lowest price that is in stock. That's why you see it in the product page (labelled out of stock) and not on your part list page. (And it's also why your screenshot for the Amazon page says it'll be back in stock on Oct. 6th.)
My apologies - I pushed some code live with a bug (mine). It should be fixed now - let me know if you're still running into issues.
Are you running any plugins that might block content from a CDN? All of the completed build images, and the product images, are served from cdn.pcpartpicker.com (our site CDN).
This topic has been moved from "Hardware > CPUs" to "Systems > Troubleshooting".
No, he’s addressing you, and he’s correct. If you want to participate here, keep it polite and respectful.
Please let staff handle it. Interjecting into the process only makes it worse. And regardless of the situation, stop with the personal attacks. I get that someone may frustrate you, but that’s never a reason to be insulting.
This topic has been moved from "General > General Discussion" to "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted".
Sigh. Seriously? I literally just said that comments like that are unacceptable on this site. I tried to give you a chance.
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This topic has been moved from "Hardware > CPUs" to "Systems > Part List Opinions Wanted".
That's correct - those are PCPartPicker sponsored water projects. Long story short, the first donation I made to Charity:water was when PCPartPicker was just me with no employees. So they got labelled from the Carmichael Family (as Carmichael is my last name). We just haven't changed it. It's not an ego thing that we have to put our name on the plaque - we're fine without it at all (and my understanding is that they're going to stop doing that anyway). Everyone who works here understands it's a company thing and not just a family thing - they're all in as well.
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