I understand your view and I want to make clear I'm not ranting either but just being realistic: Build times are going up, a few months ago the situation with the GPUs wasn't as dry as it is today but still, PCS managed to not receiving as many cards as its competitors. If we need to be realistic, they are managing really well in this period, being able to drain a lot of order in a dry environment, but they have been very very bad from October to end of February, where it seems their suppliers kinda "choose" not to send them as many cards as their competitors were getting, because I repeat: the global situation is now worse than it was a few months ago, but still, countertrend, PCS orders problem was way worse a few months ago (they ended fulfilling the orders from 17th September to end of October by the end of February)It's kind of natural to feel a bit under the weather when reaching the (hopefully) last days of this long looong journey.
From what I've seen in this thread, everytime someone managed to get into building the "threshold" always got a little higher: first it was 60 days, then 80, then 90, 100, now it's 110 working days, Who knows how high it will become!
Btw i'm not ranting or trying to sow despair, since it's not PCSpecialist fault or anyone else for that matter, and I'm sure everyone will get their little baby-PC sooner or later.
It's just stunning to see how everything in the hardware-world is going since the CPU/GPU market went completely dry last year.
I managed to send the order on the 2nd of December, and I can't really imagine how many more orders have been sent from then up to Christmas, and how the queue times are going to grow because of it.
Now they reached a normal equilibrium, I think they are doing kind of the best they can, but we are suffering their bad behaviour still today for what occurred months ago.
I expect we will reach orders of 150 working days, I don't expect 200 working days just because 4000 series is a thing. This situation will go on the whole year.