Wednesday, November 20th 2013

Club 3D Launches with Newegg in North America

Club 3D B.V., the European graphics card market leader and total solution pioneer today announced its launch into North America in cooperation with Newegg Inc.

"We are very excited to launch our products into the North American market" said Judith Ma, CEO of Club 3D. "Demand has been steadily increasing there and we believe the timing is perfect. Therefore Club 3D is proud to announce our exclusive partnership with Newegg Inc. Newegg Inc. is a leader in delivering high quality products and high quality service in North America. We feel their dedication to the market aligns well with Club 3D's Mission to provide high quality, best in class products with flexible and fast service to our customers. Our products will be available for sale beginning Nov, 15 on www.newegg.com and we look forward to build on a strong and profitable relationship."

"We are very enthusiastic to help launch Club 3D in North America" says Stephen Weller, Director of Product Management, Newegg Inc. "We feel that Club 3D offers a very high quality and desirable AMD Graphics Card product lineup that addresses the needs of our loyal customer base. Also Club 3D's accessory lineup will be offered including their class leading MST (Multi-Stream Transport) Hub. We look forward to a long and successful relationship with Club 3D."
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7 Comments on Club 3D Launches with Newegg in North America

#1
Vario
Cool always good to have some variation, lets see some good coolered gpus!
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#2
xorbe
Ooh, interesting. But I wonder how long they will stay NE exclusive. It's probably NE that worked to import them.
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#3
Hilux SSRG
by: Vario
Cool always good to have some variation, lets see some good coolered gpus!
Club3D generally places stickers on reference cards and coolers. But more price competition is always welcome.
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#4
claes
by: Hilux SSRG
Club3D generally places stickers on reference cards and coolers. But more price competition is always welcome.
They have their various "royal" series.
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#5
LTUGamer
by: claes
They have their various "royal" series.
And it is 100% same as PowerColor PCS because same OEM - TUL
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#6
mastrdrver
Is this the first DP 1.2 hub in the US? I'm interested to know how good/bad it is since this is what is suppose to make the new DP standard so good.
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#7
badtaylorx
i never cared for Club, they were way too trashy of a magazine!!!
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