RMAs, DOAs, and 15 day warranties brought me here


#1

I don't know if I've had bad luck the past couple of years or if these are common occurrences now.

About a year and a half ago I started a PC build project mainly because I saw from Youtube and Twitch how incredibly fast games had been advancing.

I also saw alot of videos on Youtube talk about building a medium performance gaming pc on a $600 budget (lol). Long story short, I purchased parts from multiple venders with different warranties and refund policies.

So to be clear, I didn't buy the exact parts of any youtube videos but the specs were equal or better.
I ended up having many issues with compatibility and had to return multiple items. Later I found out the motherboard only supported out dated video cards but by that time it was too late to return it.

I could go on and on with details but I won't. I finally got the pc to run decent and decided to bring my fustrations to a halt.

Liquid Sky has helped turn my pc and phone into gaming powerhouses.

So I guess I'm wondering if anyone else here has had similar experiences.


#2

Not similar, but I just wanted to play AAA games on my old PC and LS is the first cloud gaming company to deploy a data center in my country. It allowed me to play GTA V, Assassins Creed and other games I wouldn't play soon enough.
Excited to see the future of cloud gaming, how 2017 will be.


#3

Yes, this is another reason for choosing liquid sky as well as the ability to play on my phone anywhere and not have to fire up the PC to do it.


#4

The idea of packing an ultrabook/tablet and be able to play my PC games wherever with great battery life makes liquidsky really stand out for me


#5

I agree, and I am also interested in finding out how good it runs on 4G LTE. I have it but it's not unlimited and if I go over my 200mb limit, it costs a fortune.


#6

Yeah, I wouldn't dare test it with that limit. You'll eat it up pretty quick!


#7

Yeah man, it's like $1 per megabyte. Lol


#8

Jeez, that's like daylight robbery! I've heard data plans are pretty expensive in the US...In the UK I'm only paying £15 a month and I get unlimited 4G internet with 4GB to tether :wink: and the usual calls/texts


#9

As far as PCs go, In the future I will be purchasing a complete system that includes a 2 - 3 year warranty. I went over budget on my build and I rather pay one payment and get everything from one place all at once. Quality control with smartphones seems to be superior to PCs right now.