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Old 5th June 2009, 07:09 PM   #21
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This may work, R-Theta may still be cheaper for us Canadian folk though, I'll contact them direct and see what we can get that's similar, Get back to you with the results..

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I have a US drop site in Niagara falls (right over the bridge)

I would be willing to get a groupbuy together if you guys want and drive over to pick it up

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Old 5th June 2009, 07:42 PM   #22
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This may work, R-Theta may still be cheaper for us Canadian folk though, I'll contact them direct and see what we can get that's similar, Get back to you with the results..


lmk either way because i wouldn't mind getting together to buy from R-theta

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Old 5th June 2009, 10:33 PM   #23
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This may work, R-Theta may still be cheaper for us Canadian folk though, I'll contact them direct and see what we can get that's similar, Get back to you with the results..


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lmk either way because i wouldn't mind getting together to buy from R-theta

-joe
A few months ago I ordered and received from R-theta 6pcs. of 9019 profile http://r-theta.com/products_standard...m_profiles.asp , each 6" long, for CAD276.15 (all inclusive, shipping by FedEx overnight was $17, not worth a long drive from my place in upper Richmond Hill to Mississauga for a pick up). Got them at the door in three days.

9012 profile costs almost the same, but it's usually not in stock, you have to wait about three weeks.

R-theta has officially a minimum order of $250, but just ask and they'll waive it.

BTW, for the use of PayPal, you have to count nowaday the canuck buck at 80 US cents.
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Old 6th June 2009, 09:38 PM   #24
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How does one order from R-Theta exactly? I've tried contacting them and placing orders but I never hear back....The last one I contacted them about was going to be over $500 worth of heatsinks and nothing but crickets? I remember them once asking for a GST number a number of years ago and so forth, so do you need to be a business to place an order?

By the way Russ, the new sinks look great! If I can't get R-theta figured I'll do business with you again, it's just pricey to get big sinks like that shipped up North
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Old 7th June 2009, 01:14 PM   #25
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How does one order from R-Theta exactly? I've tried contacting them and placing orders but I never hear back....The last one I contacted them about was going to be over $500 worth of heatsinks and nothing but crickets? I remember them once asking for a GST number a number of years ago and so forth, so do you need to be a business to place an order?

By the way Russ, the new sinks look great! If I can't get R-theta figured I'll do business with you again, it's just pricey to get big sinks like that shipped up North
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Give Claudia a shout, she'll be happy to help you, individual or business. They take a credit card over the phone.
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Old 7th June 2009, 01:48 PM   #26
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i still dont know what im paying for this heatsink yet.i will probably have a special price and way to ship these to canada as soon as i know what i have to pay,one major problem is with the weight these are 12 pounds a foot and flat rate box weight is max 20 pounds
as soon as my saw is running ill be able to cut these down to peoples needed sizes, i will beat thetas prices this die was made for diy people
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Old 7th June 2009, 06:18 PM   #27
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i still dont know what im paying for this heatsink yet.i will probably have a special price and way to ship these to canada as soon as i know what i have to pay,one major problem is with the weight these are 12 pounds a foot and flat rate box weight is max 20 pounds
as soon as my saw is running ill be able to cut these down to peoples needed sizes, i will beat thetas prices this die was made for diy people
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Great news Russell! Isn't competition great?

Can't wait to place an order with you!
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Old 7th June 2009, 06:39 PM   #28
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i still dont know what im paying for this heatsink yet.i will probably have a special price and way to ship these to canada as soon as i know what i have to pay,one major problem is with the weight these are 12 pounds a foot and flat rate box weight is max 20 pounds
as soon as my saw is running ill be able to cut these down to peoples needed sizes, i will beat thetas prices this die was made for diy people
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That's an impressive profile, Russell. Very nice.

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Old 7th June 2009, 07:07 PM   #29
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Russell,

I doubt that too many people have chassis ready for exactly a 12" tall
heatsink, and 12" is not the most efficient size for cooling.. You are in a perfect position though.... You can give the option of cutting the lengths to 10" or whatever even dimension is below 10 lbs each- maybe 10.125 and allows 2 to fit in the box..

With 2 in the box and we are then getting the most shipping for our buck!!
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Russell,

I doubt that too many people have chassis ready for exactly a 12" tall
heatsink, and 12" is not the most efficient size for cooling.. You are in a perfect position though.... You can give the option of cutting the lengths to 10" or whatever even dimension is below 10 lbs each- maybe 10.125 and allows 2 to fit in the box..

With 2 in the box and we are then getting the most shipping for our buck!!
This would help from another perspective as well... If the price for 1pc falls under $50, then there's no canadian taxes due at the border. One Canuck north of border could get 2 x 5" sections for an amp tax free! And another 13% to beat r-theta (at least in Ontario).
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