Originally Posted by Masked
...You do realize how illogical your statement is, in terms of cost, right?
About 1% of the total computer market uses quad-sli...That's right, 1%...Why would you supply a product to every single user when only 1% of the market actually has a demand for that product?
In Tri-SLI with this product, there is an issue but, it's being addressed.
Plus, you don't have to order it...You call them and they send it, free of charge.
Regardless of how you view the enthusiast market, the facts are the facts and supplying the adapter to every single user is incredibly noneffective.
Why do you even post, knowing that both Antec and Seasonic are both doing 1200W PSUs WITH 8X 6+2 PCIe cables for the 1% out there? Ask Antec and Seasonic WHY they are doing it, not me.
I didn't made that ''illogical'' decision (in terms of cost, like you said), Antec and Seasonic did it.
The facts are the facts.
If Antec and Seasonic are doing it for the 1% of us out there, Corsair can do it also. If you do a 1200w PSU, do it properly... like your direct competitors.
I'm totally logical, you are not. Antec and Seasonic, both competitors of Corsair, are doing 1200w PSUs with 8X 6+2 PCIe connectors, competing with the AX1200i...
So if it was not ''logical'' for Corsair to do it, how can you logically explain the fact that Antec and Seasonic ARE doing 1200w PSUs with 8X 6+2 connectors?
1200w PSUs are already a niche market. Look at another product for exemple. The Asus RIVE. LN2 switch and sub-zero sensors on that very popular board, while only probably that 0.00001% of overclockers out there are using LN2... Is it ''logical''? It seems to be for Asus.
But they are selling ALOT of RIVE, and 99.99% are NOT using the LN2 switch and sub-zero sensors...
Same thing. Niche product for a niche market.
So when you do one, do it properly, like your competitors...Edited by Levesque - 8/10/12 at 7:51am