Today’s update brings us to patch version to v1.00.22. You can find a list of the addressed issues below, additionally today’s patch notes include previous hotfixes in a separate section. Special thanks to the community for contributions to bug reporting and evidence gathering.
Hotfixes (26 October)
Fixed a situation where a specific cooler and a particular case could cause a save error.
Fixed an issue where players could not buy in bulk in the shop app.
Fixed an issue where a PC's benchmark score could appear lower after placing it on sale in the Shop.
Added some logic to prevent players from cloning the wrong OS onto a customer's PC in Career Mode.
Fixed an issue where a PC could be generated for Spares'N'Repairs with a AIO clipping through the SilverStone PM01-RGB case.
Changes to memory settings in MSI BIOS now correctly wait for settings to be applied before frequency/timings are changed.
Fixed an issue where a PC could report "empty loop" when the system had in fact been filled with coolant correctly.
Reduced the number of instances which allow multi GPU setups to be created with GPUs clipping through each other.
Rebinding keys for Build Mode will no longer prevent players from removing parts, allowing them to progress as intended.
Changes to key bindings for the Install, Remove, Cable, Piping and Power buttons in Build Mode, will now be correctly represented in the UI.
Fixed an issue where using the Lighting app to configure a PC for sale in the Shop could result in it selling for less than expected when fitted with multiple GPUs.
Fixed an issue which caused the Office PC to accept inputs when players interacted with a PC on one of the workbenches.
Rigid pipes have now been unlocked at level 10, which should help with random water cooling jobs where a flexi pipe can't always find a route.
Players can now sell a 4th PC through the shop front without the PC getting 'stuck' or selling for an incorrect value.
Fixed an issue which could prevent the "Clear" button from clearing the paint from a case.
Fixed an issue which caused the custom water cooling shop to unlock on the tablet but not remain unavailable on the office PC.
Sound effects can no longer be heard when their volumes are set to minimum / off.
Fixed an issue where a pump / reservoir and HDD could not always be installed together in the NZXT H440 case.
Fixed an issue where removing a 360mm radiator from the Open Benchtable case could result in a soft lock.
Fixed an issue which prevented fans, HDDs, and SSDs from properly connecting in the Cooler Master HAF 700 EVO.
USB ports on the Fractal Meshify 2 XL will now function as intended.
Fixed an issue with random job generation which prevented a radiator from being installed in the Kolink Stronghold Prime case.
Adjusted the collision of the Alphacool NexXxos ST30 280 radiator to allow installation in the Raijintek ERIS case.
Fixed incorrect control prompts displayed in Key bindings screen for Case Modding size and rotation.
Adjusted GPU placements on the MSI MEG X570 GODLIKE motherboard to prevent large GPUs being placed in ways which caused them to overlap.
The USB ports of the MSI MPG X570 Gaming Pro Carbon WIFI motherboard can now be used as intended.
The Front I/O of the Fractal Design Torrent can now be plugged in manually to the Motherboard.
Pump / reservoir will no longer clip through motherboards in the HYTE Y60 case.
Reduced the number of instances which cause parts to clip through fans on Raijintek Calore radiators.
Adjusted cable pathing on the Hyte Revolt 3 to reduce floating cables.
ASRock Intel Z590 Phantom Gaming-ITX/TB4 motherboard is no longer incorrectly labeled/sorted as LGA1151 instead of LGA1200.
HYTE Y60 case will no longer allow players to install radiators which are too long for the case.
Cases with support for two pump reservoirs will now allow the usage of both without incorrectly flagging the status as "empty loop".
Fixed a collision issue with some water-cooled RTX 3080 cards where water-cooling pipes could not be connected.
Memory frequencies for the RTX 3080/3090 ULTRA HYDRO COPPER GAMING GPUs have been corrected.
Improved pump/reservoir options for the Cooler Master HAF 700 EVO case.
Lighting spec is now correctly listed for the be quiet! Pure Loop series AIO coolers.
Case fans are now correctly included with the Cooler Master HAF 700 Evo case.
Fixed spelling and punctuation for some text shown when adding a waterblock to RAM in the watercooling bench mode.
Fixed an issue where a second USB device could not be connected if a first one was preemptively installed during the GPU water cooling tutorial.
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