Jump to content


Just Joined
  • Content count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

About starobrno1

  • Rank
    InsanelyMac Legend

Profile Information

  • Gender
  1. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Take good close look at what it says on quocomputer.com thats all you have to do to understand why people are pissed off. I found the site after reading this thread and I bought it because it does say what it say there so there is no way in hell I could have missunderstood anything at all. I dint know anything about kickstarter then but now I do so ive been reading over there too. I expected to just put in the OS dvd or usb drive thats all cause thats what it tells me on that page. Now I realize thats not the case and all I get is another hack but with thunderbolt, if I get it at all.
  2. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Nope I need more power/flexibility etc etc, but I do own a mac mini. Thanks for the tips though
  3. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Pretty much what I thought too but over all imagine not having to do anuthing but drop in the dvd or usb drive install and youre good to go. I like hackintoshing but every once and while I sure could have use for the "real" thing throughout the years.
  4. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    So then my mobo should show any day since theyve had them a while now.
  5. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    To get somekind of proof of life I had to do a dispute thingy over on paypal, I did get a reply though so ........ I just don't wanna be ignored thats all. I guess people in general feel the same so ........
  6. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I don't know but this is getting really weird since you hear nothing from them and the numbers of mobos in stock constantly lowers and the kickstarterguys being mad cause they get no info either and nothing seem to be shipped out to anybody and all seem to be a mess. I don't know if it is so but it looks very strange from the outside. I bought mine from their online store (thinking they actually had 200 + mobos in stock) using Paypal and I guess thereĀ“s a limit how long I can wait before I start a Dispute to get my money back. This is over a week back and so far not even a confirmation email they recived my order and the money. I even emailed them but no reply. I don't want to start up anything and I want that mobo. I really wish them good luck I think it's a really cool thing they're doing with this mobo but it's starting to be so so strange I've never experienced anything like this before. So what the do I do?
  7. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I think Im gonna get mine Im not worried its just that its kind of taken from the book how to not startup your business how they run things. Pretty much everybody knows an email/sign of life really could make a big difference in a case like this.
  8. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    Its very strange though that you dont get a confirmation email when you buy from them. I emailed asking them to confirm my order and my payment but no reply so far.
  9. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    I dont even know what that whole thing with kickstarter and backers and stuff is. I read this thread about a new mobo so I go to the site and buy it. It say nothing there but that they do have it in stock and you can calculate shipping and all even for international buyers!
  10. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    This is strange I thought the couple of houndred mobos they claimed they actually have was actually in stock for orders. Now I wonder if they are reserved for the kickstarter. Doesnt say that on the homepage though so its confusing. Maby I made a misstake ordering one of these and pay for it? Did anybody get theirs?
  11. New OS X compatible motherboard -> QUO

    This mobo probably is as stable as a real mac, far from all hackmacs are though Im afraid. Id say you max get 95% functionality out of hackmac in general.
  12. Windows 8 a major fiasco both on PCs and phones

    Theres nothing wrong with win 8 its a great os.
  13. No, google is your friend in situations like this. Besides that the company I bought it from replaced it just like that, got the text today saying its on its way in the mail. One do wonder why they do that without further investigations. Well that psu stays in the box I aint taking no chanses, Im gonna give it away for free but with a big warming sign on saying use this on your own risk. I will not speak more in this thread though.
  14. What do you mean a valid link? A link to somplace wher they specify technical info for this psu? You dont know neither do I that it was that problem could be anything in the bootup process. If they print 600 wats and Corsair on the box I at least before this happen would have said thats a good one safe to buy. Just change your recommendations for psu please got be lots and lots of psus out there.
  15. Please google for info about it like I said above its no news they are not the same quality any longer. Specially the builders series seem to suck. In my case it has caused me so much problems its not even funny so I dont care how many you sold through out the years I will say this anyway. Kick me from here I dont care but please dont tell people they are a good choice cause they are not. Edit: And yes I did check the reviews out after it broke. Who knows maby they sell other versions of it in some countrys but in Sweden where I live in that case they must have shipped a whole bunch of them that computer builders had problems with. These that said this are no computer newbies I tell you and from what I read it looks like Corsair change over to some other company for building these cheaper psus and then it was downhill. So heres what happen to me: I bought new hardware in the fall last year including this psu. The mobo is a GA Z77-DS3H and I have a i7 3770k cpu in it. The videocard is a Sapphire 5750. The computer worked like a freaking Ferarri but all of a sudden over night it wouldnt start and I couldnt even get to the Bios/UEFI screen without replacing my videocard. It would still not boot up without going for safe mode but still it booted up. The videocard did work in another computer. It was very confusing for sure for a while before I realized it was the psu that was broke not the videocard. I donht think this info would make any difference but Ok I gave it to you so do what you want with it but please dont recommend this type of psu.