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parts retailers

by Atomicsoda / December 20, 2003 12:59 AM PST

where is the best place to buy computer parts, seperately, online? thanks for the help.

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Overall I find
by Ray Harinec / December 20, 2003 1:28 AM PST
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www.newegg.com to be best

For hard drives because of large selection www.mwave.com

For misc items cyberguys or computergeeks

www.monarchcomputer.com is pretty good.

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Re:parts retailers
by R. Proffitt Forum moderator / December 20, 2003 1:37 AM PST
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This internet is accessible across the galaxy. So, here is not there. I think the best place would be the one that you deal with now and has support for you when you can't get the system to boot.

You'll also read http://oncomputers.info/dd020903.htm where I agree that you bought the junk, so be sure you know where your support is.

Bob

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Re:parts retailers
by Islander / December 20, 2003 7:54 PM PST
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I use NCIX Canada they are also USA and have used their rma support twice with no hassle.

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Re:parts retailers
by JMarchi / December 21, 2003 12:09 AM PST
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Best way to find low cost parts is to go do sites like

www.pricewatch.com

www.pricegrabber.com

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Re:parts retailers
by Willy / December 21, 2003 1:38 AM PST
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Use Google to search for whatever, but usually that will show www.nextag.com and www.pricegrabber.com at the top, so click those links. Buy from whomever you feel comfortable with. I tend to buy from:
www.newegg.com
www.computersurplusoutlet.com

FYI - I rarely buy online, new parts as I try to support local shops, plus there's always some sale going down at the big box outlets. On top of that, I shop at local computer shows plus lots of used stuff for many a project from auctions, etc.. Happy

good luck -----Willy

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