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post #31 of 40
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Originally Posted by Freezebyte View Post
That begs the question... Are they really happy or did they just not closely examine how good/bad the quality is of there cases? Either that, or they just don't have high of expectations as I do which is their right/choice and thus this entire thread/discussion is mute as I and other like me are obviously not Corsairs targeted customers.
Mine definitely doesn't have the over spray on the front panel nor does it have any discoloration on the top mesh. It does creak and the panel gaps aren't perfect but it sure as heck isn't enough to warrant an RMA. I love my case....
post #32 of 40
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Originally Posted by Majin SSJ Eric View Post
Mine definitely doesn't have the over spray on the front panel nor does it have any discoloration on the top mesh. It does creak and the panel gaps aren't perfect but it sure as heck isn't enough to warrant an RMA. I love my case....
I want to love this case too, I really do, but these glaring flaws overshadows my enthusiasm, especially at this price point. If it was $100 or less, i'd never utter peep about it and simply either accept it as is or just return it and move on.

But at near $200 price point? No, not acceptable at all to me unless thats what the market and its consumers have been accustomed to. In which case, I truly am fighting a lost cause, like asking Apple to not mark their products up 200% for just a stupid name brand/apple logo.

In case you hadn't noticed, the economy and consumer confidence is at an all time low in this country and only by asking and and certain times demanding our moneys worth for products will we get this freaking industry back on its feet and on the right path. We need every single one of our hard earned and less valuable dollars to count in this day and age. They day we don't care is the day this country suffers from an economic and societal meltdown that will make the 1st depression seem like a mild stock market hiccup.
Edited by 1ceTr0n - 8/20/11 at 11:52pm
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Then maybe you should get that quality control will always let a few duds through. So stop implying that all of them probably have flaws and everyone is too stupid to notice it.

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I've done some heavy cleanup of this thread, as requested by a few participants, and will be reopening it on several conditions:

1) We leave the personal attacks behind, and focus on discussing this subject at hand
2) We stop trying to make it implicit that all of Corsair's products are bad based on what seems to be a fluke case - errors in QC do happen, and that is likely what happened here. It is not reasonable to suggest that all other Corsair customers are somehow just blind to problems.
3) We discuss pursuit of a replacement for this case by either the manufacturer or vendor, since that would seem to solve the OP's problems

As I understand it, a Corsair representative has been in touch with the OP, so lets keep discussion civil so this thread may stay open, and we can see how this saga ends.
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I know I wouldn't be at all happy if I spent that amount of money on any computer case that wasn't quite right on arrival.

Every manufacturer creates a few bad apples.

Just remember, that's life that's what people saaaaaaaaay.
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George has contacted me via my other thread as I didn't think this would be unlocked after speaking with him via email. I'll link the other thread here, but I think we should close that one as its irrelevant now

http://www.overclock.net/computer-ca...sair-600t.html
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At long last, after two weeks of waiting till Corsair got stock back in, Corsair George sent me personally inspected before shipping, brand new 600T white! Its in much better shape all around vs my first model, which I was very happy about. After spending a couple hours ripping the guts out of "Black Ice" into the new case, here's my "old" setup in its new home until my new system is built.

I"ve already got some ideas of what I wanna do to the case and lighting for my next build and case project, so stay tuned!

Man, I forgot how nice it is to have all that space that a mid to large tower gives you vs a small/mini case and damn, the wiring couldn't have been any easier with this case! My mATX looks so small now in this huge case vs my mini P180!

Thanks Corsair for all the help and going the extra mile to make a new customer like me pleased with my first case product from you guys!







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Sweet.
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That's one thing I have been noticing, Corsair takes great care of their customers! Corsair George *Thumbs up to you*
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OMG how much I <3 Corsair
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