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Postby bruhthaKuga » Sun Nov 02, 2003 9:00 am

RESELLERRATINGS.COM is almost as good as Pricewatch in finding a low price but better in that you can check the rating of a online vendor.
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Postby bishop01 » Fri Dec 12, 2003 4:40 am

I have been using newegg :lol: for about three years with not one single problem. Mwave is also great,as is directron. Googlegear is now called zipzoomfly.com (how stupid) but reliable. I am very loyal when I find a good vendor. I also give them good ratings and am sure to let them know about it. I have received a bit of free stuff using these tactics over the years.
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Postby skip5015 » Sat Dec 27, 2003 5:32 pm

If You ever have a problem with anything You buy from New Egg, You will be glad that You had bought from them. After fighting a HD I bought from them for 7 or 8 months I called them and was told to ship it back and they would supply a new drive. Service was great and pricing is right in with any ones prices A+ :D
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Postby tonycarr » Sat Dec 27, 2003 6:57 pm

New price search engine from google.com , it's getting better , still new , I think just for USA companies , right now . Called " froogle " .


http://froogle.google.com/
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Postby FatMikel » Sun Dec 28, 2003 11:26 am

www.pcindex.co.uk - alot of great deals can be had.
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Postby bonesxtr » Wed Jan 21, 2004 6:20 pm

Monitor: Hercules Prophetview 920 Pro 17ins TFT
CPU: Pentium 4 3.0ghz 800FSB
Mobo: Abit IC7 MAX 3 Intel 875P
Video: Asus 9800XT/TVD/256 256MB
Case: TermalTake Xaser III Silver V2000+
Psu: ThermalTake 480W
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Postby djmartes » Thu Feb 05, 2004 3:15 pm

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Postby The Hal » Sat Feb 21, 2004 5:28 pm

I usually use www.pricewatch.com
I have also used Ebay to purchase a few items.... I hear horror stories, but myself I have never left unsatisfied. I always get exactly what I planned on getting... but you have to make sure you read fine print. Some people sell stuff thats just good for parts on ebay.
System -
AMD 2500 XP, 1.5 Gig = Ram, NF7-S Mobo, Radeon 9600 xt, Onboard Sound....
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If your not going to build it

Postby dpnaugle » Tue Mar 02, 2004 9:04 pm

I dont like to say it but Dell is very cheap. I, however, am having the best time ever researching all the components for my new system. I decided that I'm building my first PC. Im going to make it the entertainment center piece, i.e. music, games, movies, and work. A real monster for far less then a store bought comp.

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Postby snakebite66 » Fri Mar 12, 2004 2:23 pm



Glad to see someone else that recommends Scan here in the UK, they really are good, cheaper than most too, I have been checking out CCL too, though I reckon Scan beat them on price overall.
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