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Old 11-18-2001, 08:15 AM
Kenny Gioia Kenny Gioia is offline
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Default Firewire Drives Oxford Chip

Just wanted to let everyone know that www.ClubMac.com now has the Oxford chipset in the firewire drives they sell.

I don't work for them but I just didn't want everyone thinking that www.OtherWorldComputing.com was the only place to get them.

Years ago I bought a new Seagate drive from OWC and when it failed they told me I had to deal with Seagate. Seagate told me they couldn't replace it as it was a reconditioned drive (which I was never told)

P.S. I just want everyone to know that their are choices.

I've never had a problem with ClubMac so far.
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