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idk how that would work and yeah a lot of things may be lost in translation? Ebay is still pretty cheap and English hahaha

As for price on ebay they are reasonably competitive smile.gif

Some English translations were something along the lines of "buy baby" and some other crazy stuff. Not sure if I actually bought a baby or not

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Yeah some translations are a bit well.. unintended i'm sure... smile.gif

I'm not sure what to make of this carry case .. is it the case itself, or the tablet or is it referring to the contents on the tablet? Or does it come (lol) as an extra buyers gift if you buy a couple of 100 of these cases?

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Got to say after living in China I'm a huge Taobao fan. Insane amount of things available at great prices and they would deliver in like two days to your door for next to nothing postage cost.
After putting my original build together and realising how much I saved I decided I should also watercool it before I left China.
Agree with others that the Barrow fittings are great. Didn't try Bykski but wouldn't be surprised if their stuff is okay as they have clearly made an effort. The really cheap stuff looks it...

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Ended up not using yoybuy.com. Used google translate, then anything google couldn't translate in browser, I used google translate on my phone to get the bits. Looks like the order is on hold since my credit card is considered international.

Acrylic MCP655 pump top for $15? How can I say no? Also bought a bunch of other stuff

The international credit card thing is a bit of a pain. You basically need an Alipay account. You can call Alipay directly, give them your Taobao details, and ask them what they need to approve the card. Minimum will be copy of latest credit card bill with address, but they might ask for copy of ID etc too.

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Same here, I get my dad to ship them overseas for me. My dad recives them in china then ships
Which cost approximatly 14 usd to shipp overseas

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damn still impressive considering. And i agree with others about the baby thing frown.gif You have to buy babies to save babies and i figured "who doesnt want to save a baby" lol

At the end of the day, i didn't buy from Taobao only because of the alipay account and little hassles. I bought through ebay as it was just a lot more convient and simple transation. Still only $24CAD (18USD) for CPU waterblock, still one heck of a deal. On the downside, ebay Barrow fittings are quite popular and about the same price as bitspower fittings now. So just bought them all from DazMode.

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damn still impressive considering. And i agree with others about the baby thing frown.gif You have to buy babies to save babies and i figured "who doesnt want to save a baby" lol

At the end of the day, i didn't buy from Taobao only because of the alipay account and little hassles. I bought through ebay as it was just a lot more convient and simple transation. Still only $24CAD (18USD) for CPU waterblock, still one heck of a deal. On the downside, ebay Barrow fittings are quite popular and about the same price as bitspower fittings now. So just bought them all from DazMode.

Barrows are still a good price where I buy them at pccoolings ebay store. Just wished they had the rigid compression in more colors.
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My order on Taobao went through after a day of PENDING. Didnt make an alipay account, we'll see if the orders ship.

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Barrows are still a good price where I buy them at pccoolings ebay store. Just wished they had the rigid compression in more colors.

yeah but he charges way way too much to ship to Canada frown.gif Like he just does that to avoid dealing with Canadians lol. I found a few people on ebay. Some re-Brand Barrow fittings and call them boom fittings. His ebay store keeps getting smaller but i bought hardline fittings from him very cheap

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Barrows are still a good price where I buy them at pccoolings ebay store. Just wished they had the rigid compression in more colors.

Colours are one of great things about the Barrow fittings. Try buying them directly on Taobao imo



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yeah but he charges way way too much to ship to Canada frown.gif Like he just does that to avoid dealing with Canadians lol. I found a few people on ebay. Some re-Brand Barrow fittings and call them boom fittings. His ebay store keeps getting smaller but i bought hardline fittings from him very cheap

LInk: http://www.ebay.ca/usr/ngbike?_trksid=p2047675.l2559

Havent used BOOM fittings before but they are priced quite a bit lower, for example a 90degree rotary is RMB16 (USD2.5) for Boom one and RMB25 (USD3.8) for Barrow. I guess that makes BOOM an even better deal biggrin.gif You also have Huayang whith prices comparable to Barrow but smaller range of fittings. Used some of their compression fittings before and they are good (slightly preferred Barrow as they fit a bit better on my 1/2 x 3/4 Primochill tubing)

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