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Old 05-22-2007, 09:24 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i was wondering where could i buy the cheapest parts. i only look at newegg but i found out that ewiz is pretty cheap too. any suggestions
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Old 05-22-2007, 09:25 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Default Re: cheapest website to buy parts

each part has a different price, but newegg is reliable and has great service
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newegg usually has the lowest on most things but it all depends.

For instance Zipzoomfly has some things such as power supplies a lot cheaper than Newegg. SVC.com has very cheap coolers and eqiz has other stuff.

Don't stay with just newegg. I mean I usually do my shopping there but some sites have things i want cheaper.
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newegg.com

always check out pricegrabber.com

and sometimes frys.com will have stuff for a decent price.
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i heard mwave.com is ok too
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for the best price just use multiple sites, but if u wantto be running fast but buy from one place so u can boot quicker, but i prefer cheaper price
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ncix.com is preaty good
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ive bought some deals off tigerdirect.com there aight
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Obviously there will always be some websites that have cheaper parts than others, but on average, Newegg pretty much always beats any other website.

I'd just stick with Newegg, lookout for combo deals, you can save some cash that way.
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Don 't just stick with newegg as the egg's prices on some things are overpriced.

For instance their CPU coolers are really overpriced compared to SVC.com and their power supplies are more than zipzoomfly.com as well.
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