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  1. I felt like I had to post this, because I'm getting tired of seeing so many companies in the industry cut corners to save costs, while their asking prices remain high and don't reflect the quality you're getting. I've seen this in so many different companies that avoid putting lips on edges in their cases, s*** quality hard drive cages, poor quality control, and other little things all over to cut costs. I realize the economy is tough, but that shouldn't stop companies from caring about the quality of the products they put out. People will buy your products if they aren't feces. Another example I've run into recently, is Swiftech making waterblocks for EVGA. They call it their HydroCopper line. They charge top dollar for them, and the quality and quality control is terrible. This is one of the big reasons I'm having cheapskate make blocks for my 680's rather than buy the hydrocoppers. Exhibit A.
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