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Old 17-05-13, 11:24 PM
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opens more opportunities for aquatuning. my bias is known, and I welcome aquatuning
to better and brighter sales with the other manufactures as well as any newcomers.

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Old 18-05-13, 02:28 AM
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Hopefully this gives other manufactures a bigger chance in the market for fair competitive marketing.
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Old 18-05-13, 03:52 PM
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I've just seen this: http://www.ekwb.com/news/345/19/EKWB...g-Cooperation/
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Old 18-05-13, 04:21 PM
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now obviously someone is lying
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That's just plain weak. I don't like it when companies do this. This personally just kills all my intention to ever buy any EKWB products.
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Old 18-05-13, 05:02 PM
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After seeing this i will not buy from EK until something has been solved. Shame too i was planning to buy a 7950 waterblock from them
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Personally I don't really care what problem companies have between each other, I just care to buy product that I like. EK recently doing good job to listening to their customers, cus when a lot of people was not really happy about CSQ design, EK decide to ask their customers what they would like, and now we have a clean versions of blocks, etc. So I don't really think that is so wright just to say a bad things about EK products, because they are good.

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Good, EK are arseholes with their sli/crossfire bridges... they look ugly and ruin the look of the actual blocks because you can't use other bridges or tubing/crystalink.
Some people like them some people not, in the end of the day its a personal thing, but you should't say that this is and ugly when you probably even didn't see in real( just saw on some picture).
Talking about SLI bridges... well I think that you can use Crystal Link etc, and other tubing, I will even do it myself in next 2/3 weeks.
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Old 19-05-13, 04:01 AM
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Personally I don't really care what problem companies have between each other, I just care to buy product that I like. EK recently doing good job to listening to their customers, cus when a lot of people was not really happy about CSQ design, EK decide to ask their customers what they would like, and now we have a clean versions of blocks, etc. So I don't really think that is so wright just to say a bad things about EK products, because they are good.
I see your point but if a company starts to screw other companies then their trust level with the consumer goes down. So people start to astray from them until they can somehow regain consumer trust. That's really the only reason many people have stated they don't want to buy from them anymore.
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Old 20-05-13, 06:15 PM
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Only time I ever bought an EK product was when I couldn't find an alternative to do the same job. I find them expensive for what, IMO, is an inferior product. They may have some good products, but they never impressed me
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