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Old 02-25-2005, 07:23 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Best online store ?

A lot of people use newegg.com . I have , and I mainly use zipzoomfly.com for the free 2day shipping. Are there any more stores out there that we may not be aware of . What is your favorite online store and why?
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If you guys are from canada, there is tigerdirect.ca But, this site is also for USA at tigerdirect.com
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www.frozencpu.com
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yep i agree with codeiene ^^^^^
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Thanks , Codeine.
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newegg.com hands down
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i used both newegg and zipzoomfly when ordering the parts for my computer. both are good, i basically just bought each part from the site that had the part for cheaper.
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Depends on the computer. I have an ancient Packard Bell as well as this system, so i have been known to peruse PC Liquidator as wel as a few other salvage sites.

I have NewEgg, ZipZoomFly, TigerDirect, ThinkGeek, Retrobox, TechForLess, and Comp-Recycle (all dot com) in the 'Tech' folder of my bookmarks.
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Newegg is a very good site. If your looking for general hardware, like mobo's and processors. You cant beat them. But they arent MOD experts. So thats why i go to frozencpu.com

A little recommendation, if you find something you like from anysite. Always go to Newegg or zipzoom and see if they carry it. Because they have the best prices.
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It appears I got lucky and had been using the right sites.
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