BitFenix Join the OC3D Forum Family
"Its our pleasure to announce that BitFenix have joined the OC3D Forum Family."
Published: 27th April 2011 | Source: OC3D |
Overclock3D can proudly announce today that we have partnered up with BitFenix to officially host their UK Customer Support Forums. This shows that both parties are committed to bringing the very best possible service to its loyal readers and customers. Its not all about fixing any issues that you may rarely have, but building on the community based principals that OC3D prides itself upon. So please keep you eyes peeled as there is plenty in the pipeline!
An official press release has been sent out by BitFenix and heres what they had to say:
BitFenix Announces Official UK Support Forum
BitFenix fans in the UK can get the support they need with BitFenix and Overclock3d.net
(BitFenix Design Lab, April 26th, 2011) – Today, BitFenix is pleased to announce that its official UK Support Forum will be hosted at leading hardware website Overclock3D.net. Filled with a massive community of knowledgeable hardware enthusiasts and hobbyists, Overclock3D.net is an ideal place to host the BitFenix UK Support Forum, and is the premier destination for users in the UK with questions about BitFenix and BitFenix products.
"Having the very best customer support is one of the things that BitFenix is best known for," says David Jarlestedt, BitFenix Product Manager. "With this new support forum hosted by our friends at Overclock3D.net, we will be able to connect directly with fans in the UK who have questions regarding our products and better service their needs."
"OC3D are proud to welcome BitFenix to our forum family and look forward to working closely with them going forward to make sure the UK PC Enthusiasts get the very best support and coverage for BitFenix Products. If you are a proud BitFenix owner, then make sure you stop by and post pictures of your system. We are always keen to look at what everyone is doing with them," says Tom Logan, Director & Chief Editor of Overclock3D Ltd.
You can discuss this further in the BitFenix Customer Support Forums here on OC3D