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  1. I jumped straight onto support within minutes of opening my package hehe. Still waiting a response however. I did get a reply to a question I had within 24hours prior to my cables being delivered however in this case I'm edging close to 48hrs without response. I understand the circumstances are a little different and they're probably investigating with their factory in China just how this complete blunder on a $300+ order has occurred. I expect to be fully refunded at the very least as I obviously have not received what was ordered. Its not even close to being accurate apart from t
  2. You've obviously misinterpreted my point. In layman terms, and I'll put it quite simple.. I will only accept a new batch of cables if I'm to be compensated for my loss of time and materials. How my system is built is no concern, the fact I received an entirely wrong order is. So where does that leave us? I'm after a refund as I'd like to have the system up and running. Just for an FYI.... this system is costing me over $7000, so yeah, I need to retire the old system as I'm using some of the old pieces. This is a full custom system not a simple build with a
  3. Hello, Has anyone ever received an incorrect order from cablemod and can let me know what process is usually undertaken? I'm quite annoyed rn as I've spent a whopping $300 on my custom cables (not even including international express postage and other things I got on the side. Total order was close to $400...) and after the 3 week wait they finally arrived. Firstly, I ordered all cables to be in the pro variant however these are the standard thickness cables (I've other cablemod cables to compare to). None of these cables came with the aluminum combs I had ordered
  4. Nah, these things have been sitting in the system for a week now haha. That's okay, worst case scenario I know of a place which custom makes water blocks to order. But no point in going alll out just yet. I'll just wait for summer to hit and see how i go from there. Worst case scenario, I'll sell them off and purchase whatever else is out at the time and look into cooling options more vigorously before making a decision haha.
  5. And by then I'll have moved on to the next tier of cards haha. Forever selling and upgrading to keep up to date. Wish they just for once cooperated with companies to have blocks readily available a few weeks after release rather then months
  6. Hey guys, Does anyone know of a waterblock that will fit a GALAX GTX 970 EOC? I've read up around the web that apparently waterblocks from reference gtx 670's work with reference gtx 970's but my cards are non reference so obviously have a different PCB layout. Here is what my pcb looks like Any experience, knowledge or links would be greatly appreciated Thanks
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