Production FormD T1 Classic (READ FIRST POST)

Increase volume from 9.8L to 10.5L to support MSI Suprim X 30XX?

  • Yes, worth the trade off to be more compatible with components

    Votes: 107 24.3%
  • No, not worth it b/c it is not better than the ROG 30XX, which fits now at <10L

    Votes: 334 75.7%

  • Total voters
    441

FischOderAal

Average Stuffer
Apr 15, 2020
70
73
Anyone get refunds yet? I was wondering if they would be willing to just send the refund back as USD in paypal. As a Canadian, getting a refund back in my original payment (credit card based on CAD) would mean I would get dinged twice for foreign transaction fees plus the decline in the USD/CAD exchange rate and lose a significant amount of money.

If they would be willing to do this then it would be a lot easier to handle waiting for the V2.0 by just paying the difference between the V1.1 and V2.0, otherwise I will probably just end up keeping my spot for the V1.1.

I got my money back via VISA. For me the difference is 8€, so negligible.
 

ManaNeko

Trash Compacter
Feb 24, 2020
43
49
I used to have the Aquanaut with Bitspower DDC (integrated heatsink) in 3 slot mode and it would extend past the side by ~2-3mm because the heatsink itself was almost 10mm tall. So I had a 5mm acrylic 'plate' made to replace the heatsink and just slapped it on the pump with the stock thermal pad. Everything worked fine for a couple of months as my pump never goes past 2500RPM anyway.

@PKAWA My suggestion is to laser cut a piece of aluminium (1-2mm thick) with correct screw hole spacing and just slap it on. The heatsink is not critical IMO
Say @thelaughingman, weren't you using the TaoBao monoblock for the Aorus x570 I Pro WiFi? If so, didn't that work out?
 

PKAWA

Master of Cramming
May 27, 2020
487
488
I used to have the Aquanaut with Bitspower DDC (integrated heatsink) in 3 slot mode and it would extend past the side by ~2-3mm because the heatsink itself was almost 10mm tall. So I had a 5mm acrylic 'plate' made to replace the heatsink and just slapped it on the pump with the stock thermal pad. Everything worked fine for a couple of months as my pump never goes past 2500RPM anyway.

@PKAWA My suggestion is to laser cut a piece of aluminium (1-2mm thick) with correct screw hole spacing and just slap it on. The heatsink is not critical IMO

By the look of it I just need to grind down the fins of the heatsink by 1,5mm and then it will fit.
So I guess I'll do that because I like the look with the heatsink on it.
It's just that I can't figure out why I'm stuck with a non fitting setup while a few other people report no problems with identical setups.
I don't want to grind down the heatsink to later find out that I've done something wrong.
 

OdinsPlayground

Efficiency Noob
Sep 4, 2020
7
8
Any status update on the December 1-4 Batch? Last we heard there was 40% left of this batch. Has more orders been dispatched? Will they continue to do so, or are we waiting until the production resumes with a new manufacturer before more of these orders are filled?
Bumping this question from a few pages back.
 

eedev

Cable-Tie Ninja
Bronze Supporter
Apr 23, 2020
148
280
It's just that I can't figure out why I'm stuck with a non fitting setup while a few other people report no problems with identical setups.
I don't want to grind down the heatsink to later find out that I've done something wrong.

I sanded down mine even though It would have probably fit.

 
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thelaughingman

SFF Guru
Jul 14, 2018
1,328
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Say @thelaughingman, weren't you using the TaoBao monoblock for the Aorus x570 I Pro WiFi? If so, didn't that work out?
nope, you must have mistaken me with somebody else

By the look of it I just need to grind down the fins of the heatsink by 1,5mm and then it will fit.
So I guess I'll do that because I like the look with the heatsink on it.
It's just that I can't figure out why I'm stuck with a non fitting setup while a few other people report no problems with identical setups.
I don't want to grind down the heatsink to later find out that I've done something wrong.
it's very much dependent on the exact heatsink being used, as in how tall it is
 
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baevid

Chassis Packer
Dec 24, 2020
13
15
@Wahaha360 Hey, I just received my case today and I believe the PCI-E riser bracket is missing the threads needed to screw in the standoffs. I'm not crazy here right?



Was just trying to follow the performance-computer build guide and got stuck at this picture:
 

Wahaha360

a.k.a W360
Original poster
SFFLAB
NCASE
SSUPD
Feb 23, 2015
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2020-12-25: Customer Service team on holiday break = please be patient!


It's end of the year and holiday time, so I told the customer service team to take a break to be with loved ones.

To give some context, in the last weeks, I think Support received over a thousand email, and most not existing customers. For whatever reason, people are more interested in T1 🤔

I like to read customer feedback as part of my redesign for V2.0, and to help out with support, but the quantity of emails is kind of intimidating.

In conclusion:
1) apologies if we have not replied via support email - the volume of emails is unreal
2) we will get back to you, targeting around 15 days
3) we have not forcibly refunded people yet, and will be extra careful with that
 
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JCLerit

Case Bender
New User
Sep 5, 2019
2
0
Welp i guess im part of the 20% from dec 1-4 batch that have not shipped yet. Good to see though that there is still an update on this here.
 

JCLerit

Case Bender
New User
Sep 5, 2019
2
0
20% left in the Dec 1st - 4th batch, ready to ship remaining 20% mid January 2021.

Working on November batch atm, zero anodizing capacity = can't progress.

Welp i guess im part of the 20% from dec 1-4 batch that have not shipped yet. Good to see though that there is still an update on this here.