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    SVC

    I don't know if it was purely coincidental, but I was happy to see SVC at the top of the list. Their customer service is top notch and, as a result, I always check their store before I consider buying anything elsewhere. Their sale and clearance items have some gems. It's a shame that it looks like they've scaled back their water cooling inventory.

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    Nice start to the list as some of them I like to visit regularly. I had a few issues with SVC, but they did correct them so that brought it back to even with me.

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    awesome. I should list AMericanFreak as a modding resource

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    Hybridchemistry
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    Quote Originally Posted by pacman View Post
    I don't know if it was purely coincidental, but I was happy to see SVC at the top of the list. Their customer service is top notch and, as a result, I always check their store before I consider buying anything elsewhere. Their sale and clearance items have some gems. It's a shame that it looks like they've scaled back their water cooling inventory.
    Petras Tech Shop is far superior than Silicon Valley Compucycle. While SVC has a slightly more varied selection, PTS has extremely awesome tech support and only stocks the best components.
    Unfortunaly PTS had to close it's Milpitas shop front, and I believe it is operated 100% thru their website now at http://petrastechshop.com/

    Just my .02

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    Not only to meet the highest quality HDMI 1080P resolution, but also support DVD Audio as the most advanced digital audio formats, support for stereo eight-channel 96kHz or 192kHz digital audio transmission, and only one HDMI cable, eliminating the digital audio connection . HDMI standard also have the extra space for future upgrades can be applied to audio and video formats. Sufficient to cope with 1080p video and 8-channel audio signals. And because of a 1080p video and an 8-channel audio signal needs less than 4Gbps, so HDMI there is a great margin. This allows it to be connected with a cable DVD player, receiver and PRR. HDMI also supports EDID, DDC2B, so HDMI Converters has a "plug and play" feature, the signal source and display devices will automatically be "consultation" to automatically select the most appropriate video / audio formats.

    http://www.espow.com/wholesale-enter...splitters.html

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