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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    That is one wild fan controller my only question would be box says made in Germany?
    Parts say made in China?
    Spare parts say "Hello weīre made in china, coz we would cost 5-10x more, if we were made in USA or Germany"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Smiki007 View Post
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    Is common thing to lower the cost of the product (cheaper labor cost in China then in Germany, but German QA/QC).
    Yeah I agree, as long as they stick to using high quality materials and they follow the blueprint then its German engineered

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    Default Re: BUNDYMANIA Watercooling Picture Thread (Parts and Systems)

    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Yeah I agree, as long as they stick to using high quality materials and they follow the blueprint then its German engineered
    All of this strictly depends on Germans. Don't think they want to lose gained reputation.

    Always look beyond the limits...

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    Default Re: BUNDYMANIA Watercooling Picture Thread (Parts and Systems)

    Your right its now all about quality control

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    Quote Originally Posted by vinman View Post
    Yeah I agree, as long as they stick to using high quality materials and they follow the blueprint then its German engineered
    The Aquaero Controller is manufactured ~ 10km away from me by Aquacomputer. The little sensors and cables of course comes from china.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPQaM...dYnnBj0VbXagbQ


    Itīs the best controller on the market with tons of features. Those chinese lamptron-nzxt-whatever controlers will never have so many functions and there is a a nice support by Aquacomputer.
    The Aquaero 5 LT will be still available and it costs just ~ 60 €. It has no display. My version is the Aquaero 6 XT, the high end model with Remote control. And there is the new Pro version without Remote control.
    I can recommend an Aquaero for every watercooling enthusiast. Once a user bought one, he will recognized what he missed all the years before


    Here is a very old video which shows the production of the first series, the version 3


    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ar5bHe4yp18




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    Default Re: BUNDYMANIA Watercooling Picture Thread (Parts and Systems)

    Thanks Bundy I have yet to own or review one but from what I have just seen its a very well built, with solid performance to go with it.

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    Hereīs a new concept from Alphacool in the fullcover section:







    Itīs a fullsize block, but they use metal only at the spots where itīs necessary so the block is not heavy, but the performance is good. It costs just 70 Euro

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    nice design but the top is ugly
    You don't know me and that's the way i like it!

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    That is pretty impressive, I like what they have done on both the outside and the inside
    and yes it looks to be a really good per-forma

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    Hereīs the first rad series from Bitspower






    X...

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    Bundy

    Can you list the specs

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    Bitspower donīt gave any specs out yet but you can look at the xspc rx series for orientation

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    Ok will do thanks

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    Thank's for sharing Bundy.

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