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Old 06-23-2005, 09:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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What is the BEST site to buy my hardware at for my gaming pc? newegg.com seems to be really popular on this forum so should I go with that?

btw, I live in the US if that matters.
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Neegg all the way. Make sure not to buy rosewell products.
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I would say NewEgg would be best. They haev a very high customer satisfaction rating around here. So does Monarch Computers, but they tend to do custom PCs.
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Old 06-23-2005, 09:58 PM   #4 (permalink)
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I rate the following sites in this order.

1. www.newegg.com
2. www.zipzoomfly.com
3. www.xoxide.com
4. www.monarchcomputer.com

I highly recommend using any of those sites.
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I would say NewEgg would be best. They haev a very high customer satisfaction rating around here. So does Monarch Computers, but they tend to do custom PCs.
By custom PCs you just mean where you pick the parts and they put it together?

I want to pick the parts and put it together myself. newegg is good for that right? so I will go with newegg I think.
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I rate the following sites in this order.

1. www.newegg.com
2. www.zipzoomfly.com
3. www.xoxide.com
4. www.monarchcomputer.com

I highly recommend using any of those sites.
Don't forget to add www.frozencpu.com for that list

Frozen CPU is more of of an extremists store though, for the people like me who buy 40$ mousepad's
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By custom PCs you just mean where you pick the parts and they put it together?
Precisely.
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