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Discussion in 'Thermaltake' started by Tt Enthusiasts, Aug 2, 2011.

  1. syeef

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    Let me re-phrase...

    but where I live (Bangladesh), Thermaltake OR ANY OTHER GOOD BRAND isn't readily available...
     
  2. FreedomEclipse

    FreedomEclipse ~Technological Technocrat~

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    so what brands ARE available?
     
  3. syeef

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    Thermaltake and Gigabyte.
    And other brandless PSUs which are known to explode with High-End GFX card.

    Gigabyte sucks too! so TT is my only option.
     
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    Curious why you wouldnt have a friend purchase one for you in the states and send it to you?
     
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    That would be nice... but I don't have any friend in the U.S. and the Shipping Cost would be really really high.
     
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    Any chance Thermaltake will bring the A2413 Embedded 7" Touch Screen LCD Monitor back into production? Or even have a new higher-res model? With Windows 8 being out and its love of touch screens, I can't see why it'd be a bad idea. I'd love to pick up a LANBOX with one of those screens for a future computer build.
     
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    well I guess you are SOL.

    Best thing you can do is find out what PSUs are available then look for reviews of it at JonnyGuru and pick out the best one like that.
     
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    Thermaltake can make a flat bed case like the Antec Skeleton, but with removable tops and other benefits.
     
  9. BrooksyX

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    Gah, my thermaltake mouse is dying again! Had to send it in last march. New one didnt even last a year.
     
  10. Tt Enthusiasts

    Tt Enthusiasts Thermaltake Rep

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    which mouse was this and what is the issue you are having?
     
  11. Tt Enthusiasts

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    I have thought of this but the market is not huge for a open air chassis unfortunately.

    I dont really think that specific one is coming back, but I have wanted to revisit that for quite some time and if I can find a way to pitch the idea and keep it realistic for real world use I think some day we could see another.

    If you give an idea of what your powering and you give the Tt PSU a chance I am sure we could have a chance to really impress you.

    I am sorry for the availability issues but some countries there are not many distribution channels in the area which means serious delays can happen.
     
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    After waiting for months, finally got the Tt PSU :)

    Bought Tt SMART 750W PSU. Everything nice but didn't like the flat modular cables, cables on my old Tt TR2 500W PSU (which still runs btw :) ) are nicer. But handling my GTX 680 nicely!

    I also bought a Tt Commander GS-III casing and some Tt Thunderblade fans.
     
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  13. Tt Enthusiasts

    Tt Enthusiasts Thermaltake Rep

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    Wow, Sounds like quite the setup!

    thank you for giving us a chance :)

    I can understand the flat cables as some prefer them and some do not.

    We did this to allow a cleaner appearance vs the multi color wire with braiding. :cool:
     
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    Crunching for Team TPU
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    Its just the "black gaming mouse" I believe. I think the laser is dying, buttons work fine but mouse courser is either sluggish or unresponsive. Had to RMA it last march for the same issue.

    edit: this is the model number on the reciept = mo-blk002dt-rf
     
  16. Tt Enthusiasts

    Tt Enthusiasts Thermaltake Rep

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    That is wierd, I will wait to see yours when we receive it as I have not seen this issue but I am interested to try and root out the issue.
     
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    Hi there Syeef, Unfortunately I do not know of a solution for purchasing those items due to your location. It makes shipping very difficult. for our online store we ship to US and CA only at the moment
     
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    I was asking TPU members to help me out, buy it for me and then ship it to me with USPS.
     
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    Had a similar such issue with a Tt Theron(randomly not moving and sluggish), though it was just down to one of the dpi profiles on the mouse being corrupt. Took it to the shop, flashed it and it worked fine.
    Been using it for a year now.
     
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    Ill let you know the details when I submit an RMA so you can track it.
     
  22. Tt Enthusiasts

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    Oh, I took it from your post you had already submitted an RMA as you said you were returning it.

    Please let me know details so I can track it and check it out once arrives.
     
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    I was going to last night but didnt have time, will try to do it tonight.
     
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    Just submitted an advanced RMA for my mouse. Hopefully I will get a good one.

    I love the mouse but man this has been the biggest headache ever. I bought my mouse and keyboard from the thermaltake website and it took two months for my order to ship out, my keyboard came with a broken key, you guys sent me a broken replacement key, the second replacement key you sent is all scratched but works, and now my mouse failed on my TWICE, so this is TWICE I have had to pay for return shipping.

    Maybe I am just unlucky...
     
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