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    That's a solid list, and I'll be sure to check it out whenever I finally venture in a WaCo endeavor. Seems that PureOC is the place to ask about this WaCo stuff.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    It's come to my attention lately that when people think of WaCo brands, they're only thinking of four or five companies (EK, AC, DD, XSPC, Swiftech, etc). Well, there are considerably more than that! I have compiled a short list of them for you. Let us begin.
    the reason you heard lot of those companies mention on this side of the pond because the rest of EU companies don't target North America market. If we don't have a distributor on this side of the pond we are not going to pay the hefty of shipping cost and import fees. I'm speaking for average users here, hardcore users will spend the money at any cost.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    - Bitspower (Google-translated, Taiwan)

    Seriously crappy website. Bitspower is another company everyone in this hobby has heard of. They make motherboard and chipset blocks, GPU blocks, reservoirs, pump tops, and world-famous fittings.

    Recommended product: Everything.
    difinetely agree about the website but the fittings are top knotch.
    everything else and customer service.....I don't know.
    Wanna to hear something that make you go hmmmmmmm......I inquired a sample for the review before last year Christmas. They didn't reply my request until last month (June/10) asking me if I'm still interest in doing review their products, I answered sure and still no answer back for almost two weeks now.

    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    - Hardware Labs (Germany)

    A maker of notable quality radiators. Period. Good radiators.
    It's not Germany company, it's Philippines company.

    On the side note, I do like some products from the Gemany companies but some of them are hard to get though.

    Well, if you see US and UK companies...etc, manufacturing their products in China or Taiwan or wherever else so they can stay competive in the business. In the business, the bottom line is what it's count.

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    Earth, any chance you can incorporate any of this list:

    The Watercooling E-tailers List (worldwide)

    Make a compendium and I think this thread can get stickied and I'll delete the old one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    the reason you heard lot of those companies mention on this side of the pond because the rest of EU companies don't target North America market. If we don't have a distributor on this side of the pond we are not going to pay the hefty of shipping cost and import fees. I'm speaking for average users here, hardcore users will spend the money at any cost.
    I am one of those "hardcore" users. Living in Norway, I have to be. Norway has ZERO local WaCo e-tailors. We do have one e-tailor that carries a few products (www.microplex.no) but let me give you a few examples of the pricing disparities between them and the rest of the world:
    Swiftech D5 Vario pump
    Microplex: 995nok ($160!!)
    Sidewinder: $78
    ChilledPC: 80 ($122)

    Bitspower 45-degree rotary barb
    Microplex: 119nok ($19.13)
    Sidewinder: $10.25
    ChilledPC: 8 ($12.22)

    Swiftech MCW80 Universal GPU block
    Microplex: 549nok ($88.29)
    Sidewinder: $50

    Hell yes I'm going to import from other countries. But I have to import most everything anyway. I buy from Germany, France, Denmark, Italy, Poland, UK, and the US. Not had a reason to buy from Asia, Australia, or South America yet, but if something interests me, I don't care where it comes from. I gotta have it.

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    [HWL] It's not Germany company, it's Philippines company.

    On the side note, I do like some products from the Gemany companies but some of them are hard to get though.
    I know. I sincerely meant to correct that while I was proofreading, and it completely slipped my mind. *facepalm*

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    Well, if you see US and UK companies...etc, manufacturing their products in China or Taiwan or wherever else so they can stay competive in the business. In the business, the bottom line is what it's count.
    I don't mind Taiwan. Chinese craftsmanship shows though. You get what you pay for.


    Quote Originally Posted by Skyguy View Post
    Earth, any chance you can incorporate any of this list:

    The Watercooling E-tailers List (worldwide)

    Make a compendium and I think this thread can get stickied and I'll delete the old one?
    I can and will. It won't be the first time I've compiled a list of international e-tailers. Give me a couple days to sort through them all (as so many die off and I have to check them all).

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    Updated to include e-tailers worldwide. Didn't take that long really. Culled the dead, researched shipping info, added a few of my own.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthmonger View Post
    I am one of those "hardcore" users. Living in Norway, I have to be. Norway has ZERO local WaCo e-tailors. We do have one e-tailor that carries a few products (www.microplex.no) but let me give you a few examples of the pricing disparities between them and the rest of the world:
    Swiftech D5 Vario pump
    Microplex: 995nok ($160!!)
    Sidewinder: $78
    ChilledPC: 80 ($122)

    Bitspower 45-degree rotary barb
    Microplex: 119nok ($19.13)
    Sidewinder: $10.25
    ChilledPC: 8 ($12.22)

    Swiftech MCW80 Universal GPU block
    Microplex: 549nok ($88.29)
    Sidewinder: $50

    Hell yes I'm going to import from other countries. But I have to import most everything anyway. I buy from Germany, France, Denmark, Italy, Poland, UK, and the US. Not had a reason to buy from Asia, Australia, or South America yet, but if something interests me, I don't care where it comes from. I gotta have it.
    So you were saying even after you paid for shipping and import fees or whatever extra on top of that and you still get it cheaper than you buy it locally?

    Unforturnately, it's not a case for Canadians.

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    You get the sticky

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    I only just noticed the work you did with this EM Thank you!

    If you have the time would you be good enough to colour the titles/manufacturers/links to make it easier to find stuff.

    Maybe I should read this in more detail but I didn't see EK up there?

    EDIT: Doh.....Only the first entry ...must have been another senior moment
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    EXCELLENT!!

    Very nice job EM

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    Default Re: Watercooling Parts Manufacturers.

    Updated today.
    -- Edited 9/June/2013. Removed DangerDen, Zern.at, Feser, Case-Mod.com, watercooled-pcs.co.uk, Coolbits.dk. RIP
    -- Updated AC link, Bitspower's new site, XSPC's new site.
    -- Added Daz Mode, Techbay.no, AquaTuning (despite personal loathing).

    Still looking to expand the list, people. Any not listed?

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    Thanks Earth !

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    nice list!
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    Thanks Earth.. pretty complete list,

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    Alphacool products are fine :/
    At least their full copper rads are
    And their 30mm thick one outperforms the 60mm thick one at low rpms

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    Except Alphacool doesn't "manufacture" rads. Magicool makes them, and Alphacool rebrands them.

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