building a PC

  simons2107 14:12 21 Sep 07
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i am about to start building a new pc and i was wondering if anybody can reccomend and decent websites or stores for me to buy my components from

  irishrapter 14:42 21 Sep 07

There are so many places to buy stuff from now days and everyone here will have there favorites, I like to buy from OverClockers click here for their website.

Also I would buy from Dabs as well click here to go there.

  Pine Man 15:41 21 Sep 07

Novatech are excellent and very quick to refund or replace items that prove defective.

  hssutton 16:33 21 Sep 07

I use Ebuyer as my main supplier click here and Novatech as my secondary supplier click here. Both have provided me with excellent service

  Totally-braindead 16:52 21 Sep 07

I tend to pick only 2 companies as postage charges for multiple companies can eliminate any savings. Novatech is first choice and I only go elsewhere if they don't have what I want.

  citadel 18:58 21 Sep 07

scan.co.uk

  harps1h 07:44 22 Sep 07

i would recommend novatech and aria, but i would use novatech first

  techie4me 08:29 22 Sep 07

The best company around for price, service & support is......Novatech.

  irishrapter 14:44 22 Sep 07

Also, compare the postage charges from different companies as some will charge you a surcharge if you live outside of England.

An example of this is Dabs who charge £4 and Novatech who charge £7 for some areas and £12 for Northern Ireland.

  blanco 18:45 22 Sep 07

Have to agree with the above. With my recent upgrade I bought the Motherboard etc from Novatech and some drives from Ebuyer.
Good prices and service from both.

  Grantrh 10:48 25 Sep 07

click here are good and have some nice offers too.

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