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Old 10-01-2008, 02:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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HIi, I am living in Australia and i was wondering if there are any good PC part suppliers like Newegg that deliver to Australia since the parts are cheaper?

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A few people have asked this before, and i myself was interested as well, but it ended up it is cheaper to get it from OZ, rather than getting it shipped over.

This is a good site to find cheap places:

staticICE :: Australia's comprehensive computer hardware and gadget price comparison search engine

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Hmm... I can get it from TigerDirect with relatively cheap shipping. If I can order all my parts from there i think i will make quite a big saving since i save $50 on the processor alone.
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