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Friday, 20 March 2009 11:25

Gainward and OCZ new at Ditech

Written by Fuad Abazovic


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The good news for graphics manufacturer Gainward is that managed to get inside Ditech, the main etailer / retailer in Austria and since we know Ditech quite well, you can definitely look at this this as a big achievement.

OCZ has also managed to get to Corsair only space and Gainward and OCZ both share good pricing in the mainstream level, something that Austrians really appreciate.

Ditech has grown to the biggest computer retailer / etailer in the region and it currently hires almost 200 people and has a premium warranty service. So now, you can simply go to ditech.at and buy your favorite piece of hardware and the guys will probably ship it to you in most parts of the Europe.

Gainaward's products are listed here, while OCZ products are listed here.

 

Last modified on Friday, 20 March 2009 11:40

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