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Old 09-13-2008, 01:24 PM   #11 (permalink)
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Since your from Auz you can't use Newegg as it's American.

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

If you put the parts in it will rank (from low to high) the cheapest you can buy in Australia, and you can also filter to only show places in Bris.

Other than that if you can find a place that you like, link their website here and I'll tell you if they have decent prices.
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Was the site I was talking about before.. .I don't know if its legit
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Since your from Auz you can't use Newegg as it's American.

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

If you put the parts in it will rank (from low to high) the cheapest you can buy in Australia, and you can also filter to only show places in Bris.

Other than that if you can find a place that you like, link their website here and I'll tell you if they have decent prices.
Thanks, that site looks nice but I have actually found some very cheap computer stores around brisbane: MSY, The Computer Group and PCShopper.

One more thing.. that cooler you suggested (XIGMATEK HDT-S1283 120mm Rifle CPU Cooler ) i cannot get because it's not available. Could someone possibly suggest a different CPU cooler for a 775 slot (a want a top of the range cooler btw)
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Arctic Freezer Pro 7.

MSY prices look alright, though there website is absolutely horrible.

MSY Technology Pty. Ltd.-The Name you can trust-more than 10 years in computer industry
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Arctic Freezer Pro 7.

MSY prices look alright, though there website is absolutely horrible.

MSY Technology Pty. Ltd.-The Name you can trust-more than 10 years in computer industry
thanks! =]. oh haha yeah their website doesn't look too flash but that's because it isn't an online store, you walk in. =]

EDIT: I cannot find that product
EDIT2:NEVERMIND Found it on ebay =]
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Good luck.

You should tell the people at MSY that they would receive a lot more customers if there website didn't look like it was made by a retard, my friend walked in and thought the site was a scam.
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