kiwi birds are nice :D
- Nov 14, 2017
I am not "whitewashing" anything. Your complaints are most certainly valid, but directing them at Larry is not valid. When he said return it, he quite possibly meant return it for a new one. I've interpreted it this way in the past, and I've sent it back, and got an new one in the mail a few days later.He DID NOT offer a repacement item! Take it or leave it.
Of course I understand he doesnt see the items shipped but when I report an issue regarding a damaged item I'd expect it to be exchanged for an undamaged one. Which shop refuses to replace a damaged item you paid full price for?
Second, how nice of you to tell me it will fit! Thanks for the tip but I would hope you'd expect me to have tried that. Maybe there could be a capacitator blocking the 2 addtional pins?
Third, he posts wrong info on his website yet acts as if I'm the one in error.
These aren't 'mistakes'. This is unacceptable behaviour frankly and I would expect people here not to whitewash valid complaints.
I'm not sure if you're being sarcastic or not about just plugging the thing in, but there is no way a capacitor is blocking it, as DC-out on the ac-dc and DC-in on the DC-ATX both have connector attached to a length of wire.
No possible way a capacitor could get in the way. Perhaps you were trying to plug the DC-in cable from the AC-DC into the GPU power connector?
It's not necessarily wrong information on the site, you're probably a victim of factory error.
These are mistakes, and not all of them are larry's fault.
Hope that clears something up!