XFX Expands to Sweden

"In pursuing the growth into the Nordic countries, XFX has opened a new sales office in Malmö, Sweden. "

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In pursuing the growth into the Nordic countries, XFX has opened a new sales office in Malmö, Sweden. Due to its success, XFX are answering to the increasing demand from Scandinavian countries by extending its sales and distribution support to the local markets and with immediate effect, the new office is in active service for the local channel customers. Located in Axel Danielssons Väg 267, SE 215 82 Malmö, Sweden, the new office will be manned by two new colleagues, Miroslav Novosel and Torbjörn Johansson. Miroslav Novosel has been appointed as Sales Manager Scandinavia and Torbjörn Johansson will be taking up the job of senior FAE Europe. By utilising their experience and strong expertise, XFX is aiming to become the absolute nr 1 in its industry segment and ensure the market coverage and spread through the established sales channels to promote organic growth.

"I am very pleased to see such an experienced duo to come and join the XFX team and I am really looking forward to the further expansion into the Nordic countries and additional local capabilities on technical level", Said VP of sales in Europe, Cy Brown.

XFX is extending its warm welcome to both new team members in Sweden and aiming for the best support and service everybody so rightly expects and placing our customers first without settling for anything less than perfection.

Nice move from XFX, how do you think this will benefit? Please Discuss on it forum.
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31-10-2007, 08:15:08

mrapoc
[IMG]http://upload.overclock3d.net/dwn/311215214945/lol.jpg[/IMG]

I already have the D-tek Fuzion, and i dont think im mixing incompatable metals. What you all reckon before I order?

31-10-2007, 08:17:41

Mr. Smith
Everything looks fine. You have thermal goo and jubilee clips?

31-10-2007, 09:52:11

sbrehm72255
Nice parts, they should all work fairly well together..........;)

31-10-2007, 10:09:39

Rastalovich

Everything looks fine. You have thermal goo and jubilee clips?



1 thing I`ve picked up from u guyz talking, as a non-wc`er, is that jubilee clips are a cheap resource that u overlook at ur peril.

31-10-2007, 10:13:43

mrapoc
I planned on getting jubilee clips from a local hardware store/plumbing or something as they'd be dirt cheap.

I already have some Arctic silver 5 (will that do?)

Other than that i'll be getting some screws/bolts to attach the rad to the top of my case or something - Sehr gut?

31-10-2007, 10:18:20

Marcus


Other than that i'll be getting some screws/bolts to attach the rad to the top of my case or something - Sehr gut?



Black Ice rads have an M4 thread so you should be able to source those easily enough :)

31-10-2007, 10:23:47

Mr. Smith
I don't use jubilee clips as I think they are ugly and 7/16" tubing over 1/2" barbs gives a seal tighter than a Jewish virgin.

31-10-2007, 10:37:16

mrapoc
Do you recommend just changing the tubing then?

3 metres of *7/16" Masterkleer PVC Hose

ftw? Do you recommend any failsafes as in - in case i knock the tubing or something? Or is it actually that tight? lol (wouldnt the tube be stretched once removed - say during bleeding, i'd have to cut it then)

31-10-2007, 10:46:23

Mr. Smith
I get a cup/jug of boiling water and dip the end in for 15/30secs then push the tubing over the barb. Once it is all the way on and cooled down it is stuck fast (I have always used the XSPC barbs mind, they are longer than the rest I have seen).

To bleed I unscrew a barb on say the pump at the bottom of the loop and catch the water in a bowl. Then you have to twist the tubing up so when it uncoils it screws itself back in - then you tighten it up with a spanner. OR, just cut it lol. Depends how I feel at the time.

As for tubing OD, it is up to you mate. If you use 1/2" tubing you MUST use jubilee clips. 7/16" you don't and it is supposed to be more flexible than 1/2".

31-10-2007, 10:53:58

sbrehm72255
I use 1/2" tubing with bot the screw clamps and the standard plastic clips, works good for me and I've never had a issue in the past 5 yeas or so..........;) I have used the 7/16 stuff on one rig a few years back and it does seal nicely, but what a pain to take apart.

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