umm...the image you posted above, the 3rd column does not indicate 'density'.I have the entire list, the full list given by the manufacturer. The 3rd column is density
Whats a bump?Two things:
First, bumping is against forum policy, so consider this a formal warning to stop doing that on your threads.
Second, what more do you expect from users who 1) dont have access to the full list, just a cropped screenshot and 2) dont work for corsair, to say about this list? Its either a typo, or its the density.
Contact corsair and let us all know, they are the only people who can answer the question, and it would help prevent any confusion considering everything we have to say is nothing better than an educated guess at this point.
Its just that sometimes I post something, and no one says anything, so the post just goes into obscurity and its gone. Usually I post again, trying to get attention to the post so someone would respond. Its not a new thread, its just because the post isn't like.... its not in plain sight because of all the other posts so now no one will respond. I usually give it 24 hours. If this is against policy, what else do I do? Delete the post and remake it or what?https://www.gigabyte.com/us/Contact
Express your concern over the density column, ask if any of them can explain it to you. (And why you think it may be wrong/incorrect)
Bumping is when someone posts a message that has nothing of value to add to a thread, just for the goal of moving it back up on the new thread list.
For example: Asking "Does anyone know?" is not an addition to the thread. If anyone knows, they will post. Dont worry about it.
Ok. I wait, and no one responds. I keep waiting, no one responds...I wait some more, some more, some more.... no one responds. Days turn into weeks. Weeks turn into months, no one responds..... now what? What recourse do I have?You wait, bumping or creating a new thread is the same issue, its bring an existing thread back to the top over newer threads.
Im unfortunately not in charge of the policy, if we didnt have it the forums would be overrun with spam.
If you are confused by a QVL published by GigaByte, ask GigaByte.Heres the image...Is it an error or whats the issue?
Sure, and that's fine. I get that, but there has to be a limit. Otherwise you will never get a response. I don't think spam has anything to do with "bumping" the post. I dont know who thought that, or why.... but its just that if no one responds within 24 hours (which is a reasonable time limit), 99.9999999% of the time it means that no one will respond at all. I don't see any harm in bumping the post every 24 hours if theres no response. I don't know who made this policy, but I think it needs to be re-evaluated. Because again, I ask. I can keep waiting all I want, but if no one responds, I ask again: What recourse do I have?Months are different than 20 hours.