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Posted: 1/23/2002 11:51:08 AM EDT
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 11:55:03 AM EDT
I haven't used these guys, but they were recommended to my by someone I trust. [url]http://www.499pc.com/index.html[/url] I'll probably buy from them in the next month or so.
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 12:25:35 PM EDT
I have always had good service from TCWO.com . Check out their shipping charges. If nothing else, you might want to order a case from them.
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 12:31:56 PM EDT
I've had nothing but good experiences with newegg.com. Brian
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 12:41:57 PM EDT
I used to work for these guys. Nice company to deal with. [url]www.dalco.com[/url]
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 1:06:37 PM EDT
Give this site a try. [url]http://www.cyberpowersystem.com/[/url] Not only did I have a good experince they also are hard to beat on price!
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 1:08:42 PM EDT
I don't have a [i]favorite[/i] pc parts supplier. I usually use pricewatch.com to look for the cheapest componants that I want/need. I do though try to order some componants from the same place if the price difference is not too much to save on shipping. I also try to order from out of state to save on taxes.
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 1:57:12 PM EDT
I normally look at www.shopper.com or any other site that rates the stores. I then pick one that gets a decent rating, and thats close to me so the shipping is fast. I recently had good luck with http://www.compuplus.com . I don't like http://www.buy.com, they're a bunch of fucknuts.
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 2:19:45 PM EDT
My favorite site for PC info, & help (you'll need it eventually) is OverClockers.com. There are plenty of others, some more serious, & some more generalized ("Overclocking" sounds like it'd be too specific (graphics). But that group is a little looser than most, has a WIDE range of ages, & there's an abundance of friendly, useful, & very REAL knowledge there. [i]Sounds a lot like this joint, doesn't it? It is (Almost as addictive too).[/i] Try 'em: [url]http://forums.overclockers.ws/vb[/url] Here's some (actually a lot of) "FEEDBACK" from people who've bought boxes of PCBs online: [url]http://www.resellerratings.com[/url]
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 2:26:02 PM EDT
[url]http://forums.overclockers.ws/vb[/url] [url]http://www.resellerratings.com[/url]
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Oh, yeah - check under "Cyber Deals" if you go there, it's a lot like the EE here. [url]http://forums.overclockers.ws/vb/forumdisplay.php?s=89b8093970d66d6de35484bc8f8e460d&forumid=19[/url]
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 2:28:20 PM EDT
[url]www.gogocity.com[/url] has great prices and a big selection. So far I've purchased 3 HDD's, a CD-RW drive, and a Video card. No problems with any of the orders. They have a lot of "bulk package" items that you can get really low prices on. Same product, same warranty, the only thing mising is pretty cardboard box (which gets thrown away anyhow ).
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 2:38:10 PM EDT
I've had good luck with low-end equipment from [url]www.compgeeks.com/[/url]. On the higher-end, [url]www.tdl.com/~netex/[/url] is very nice. I've bought from them on and off for the past 11 years. They carry Zippy/Emacs (also sold under the PC Power & Cooling name for more money) power supplies, several different brands of high-end cases, and just about anything else you need to build a nice small (as in PC) system.z
Link Posted: 1/23/2002 3:40:50 PM EDT
FWIW, [url]www.newegg.com[/url] (good honest company) has a case on sale for $40, or $42 right now. It's not an Antec, but it's built like one. Has a front cutout for (up to) 120mm fan, back cutout for 80 mm, and comes with one side fan for blowing on the CPU (even has the filter!), all case edges are rolled, has upfront USB jacks, and removable 3.5" cages, and the 5.25 bays are tooless. [url]http://www.newegg.com/app/ViewProduct.asp?submit=manufactory&catalog=7&manufactory=1470&DEPA=1[/url] [img]http://65.119.30.151/productimage/11-127-002-01.JPG[/img]
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