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post #3641 of 4541 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 05:05 AM
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For those that didn't notice it in GAN77's post last month Watercool showed off their TCC fan controller at pax east a bit. Not a whole lot of new info but nice to see progress. @ 5.25 https://www.facebook.com/EnviousMod/...0787034870376/
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Meh '12
(13 items)
CPU
Ryzen 2600x
Motherboard
ASUS Crosshair VII Hero
GPU
XFX Fury X
RAM
G.SKILL TridentZ Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3200 F4-3200C14D-16GTZSW
Hard Drive
SAMSUNG 970 PRO M.2 2280 512GB PCIe Gen3. X4, NVMe
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 Pro-Series
Hard Drive
Seagate 4TB Enterprise NAS SATA (ST4000VN0001)
Hard Drive
WD Black 1TB Performance Desktop Hard Drive WD1003FZEX
Power Supply
SEASONIC PLATINUM-860 860W RT
Cooling
Black Ice Nemesis 360GTS Radiator x2
Cooling
Monsoon MMRS Reservoir + D5 pump + mountings
Cooling
XSPC Raystorm Neo Metal
Cooling
EKWB Fury X
Cooling
Monsoon Free Center 1/2ID 3/4OD fittings + Rotaries + plug + Temp probe
Cooling
BeQuiet SilentWings 3 High Speed PWM x 9
Case
Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic
Operating System
Windows 10 Pro
Monitor
LG 27" IPS 27UK650
Keyboard
Massdrop CTRL
Mouse
Logitech g403
Mousepad
HAYATE KOU FX SOFT NINJA Black L
Audio
Blue Yeti Black
Audio
Massdrop x AKG K7XX
Other
LIAN LI O11D-1X ,Riser Cable and cover bracket for PC-O11D
CPU
i5 3570k
Motherboard
Z77x-UD5H
GPU
Zotac 670 GTX AMP!
RAM
G.Skill f3-2400c10D-16gtx
Hard Drive
Samsung 850 Pro 128GB
Optical Drive
Some old thing
Power Supply
Seasonic platinum 860w
Cooling
Custom water
Case
Customized Thermaltake Armor
Operating System
Win 10 pro
Monitor
Dell U2413
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Ducky Shine
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Logi G502
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post #3642 of 4541 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 06:04 AM
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Heatkiller dominate in watercooling world.
If you can afford Bitspower fittings, find Black Ice Nemesis radiators and chooce Heatkiller blocks and reservoir you shouldn't look nothing else.
That should be sad to new watercooling customers.

This MO-RA3 360 PRO Stainless Steal with 9 Noctua NF-A12x25 PWM and Fan Grill over is excellent to stay from other side of monitor opposite of PC, and on other end small
Mini ITX Aluminum Lian Li PC-Q37 with Heatkiller IV PRO and Heatkiller GPU block. Tubes 2m long under table and quick disconnect fittings on back of case-GREAT, GREAT.

Mini ITX Case with 45C on GPU and CPU without fans and radiators inside.

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Availability is WaterCool's huge problem. Stock is minimal to non-existent almost everywhere, with most stockists either having marked stuff as finished, or no re-stock date when you ask them. Direct, they seem to be taking 2-3 weeks to ship at the moment. Plus, new products seem to be being delayed badly. New radiator range is about a year late ... initial ETA for Radeon VII block is more than a month past now, with no idea when it'll appear or if work has even begun on it.

They make some awesome products, but it's getting more and more difficult to obtain or use them.
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post #3644 of 4541 (permalink) Old 05-03-2019, 09:52 AM
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I'm still waiting for sending my order, it's been 33 days.
And no one with support does not answer me, I already wrote three times.

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I wonder if they have cashflow issues.
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I will buy Watercool.de over Caseking.de and their office in Hungary like most of stuff.
Caseking.de could easy to find some parts I need from Watercool.de...

That's most wanted watercooling parts at the moment and I believe only company who nicely represent famous German quality, maybe Aqua Computer have some nice parts but they are too complicate and I don't like such things...But DDC Aqualis is nice example.
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I will buy Watercool.de over Caseking.de and their office in Hungary like most of stuff.
Caseking.de could easy to find some parts I need from Watercool.de...
Dunno how you come to that conclusion.

Caseking have removed most of Watercool's range from their site, and about half is now 'unbekannt' (unknown - i.e. replacements are not ordered and it's not known if there will be any more stock). Most of the stuff in stock is older stuff. Only a very few items out of stock are showing as ordered. Indeed, Caseking are OverclockersUK's parent, and the latter have completely discontinued WaterCool's entire range, after having stock problems for months. When I spoke to OCUK they said there were no plans to restock anything. When I spoke to Caseking and asked if they could order stuff, they said there were supply problems and wouldn't go into it any further. This mirrors experience when I've spoken to other distributors.

Have they actually told you (recently) that they can order things for you? I have my doubts.
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Because before few months, 3-4 maybe, my friend asked me for reservoir pump combo and I advice him to buy Heatkiller 150 D5, he buy immediately but Mounting mechanism for fan was not avaialble, I asked them and he asked for Black Copper block for Intel. For month I saw them on stock and he bought.

Because of that I thought they want to bring parts from customers because both companies are from Germany.
I asked them and for HW Labs radiators, but looks like they had bed experience before several years when HW Labs radiators were dirty, many customers complain and they didn't offer them. But that would be best possible advice if they start to bring Watercool de parts and HW Labs Black Ice Nemesis.

It's true now a lot of parts are out of stock, but that's only evidence that people want them.
Same as Swiftech Maelstrome D5 X500/100/200 was fast out of stock, and now they have Version 2 and that will be sold very fast.
That;s two best quality pump-res combo available Heatkiller and Maelstrom D5 X.
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Good day, Watercool-Jakob!

I placed and paid for the order on April 1, 2019.
Order has been assigned a number #12804.
Order has not been sent today.
I wrote several letters, but I did not receive a response in time.

Please inform me. When you plan on sending my order 12804?

Thank you and with respect,
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Quote: Originally Posted by pmc25 View Post
Availability is WaterCool's huge problem. Stock is minimal to non-existent almost everywhere, with most stockists either having marked stuff as finished, or no re-stock date when you ask them. Direct, they seem to be taking 2-3 weeks to ship at the moment. Plus, new products seem to be being delayed badly. New radiator range is about a year late ... initial ETA for Radeon VII block is more than a month past now, with no idea when it'll appear or if work has even begun on it.

They make some awesome products, but it's getting more and more difficult to obtain or use them.
This is both true and wrong at the same time

You are absolutely right that our availability is pretty bad right now. The reason is simple: we were overrun by orders. We were receiving more orders per day than we could produce in the same time for several months in a row. This obviously led to a massive backorder problem. We are continuously growing both our staff and our machine park, and bought several extremely expensive new machines throughout 2019. These already led to higher production capacities. Our estimation is that we will be back to ship new orders within 1-3 days by late summer, while also being back to supplying all our resellers worldwide with product.

So yes, availability was pretty rough for the last 6-9 months. But no, the peak is through, and it is currently getting better again.


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Good day, Watercool-Jakob!

I placed and paid for the order on April 1, 2019.
Order has been assigned a number #12804.
Order has not been sent today.
I wrote several letters, but I did not receive a response in time.

Please inform me. When you plan on sending my order 12804?
Please see the mail that I sent you today regarding this

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