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Chevytuff19
12-06-2005, 01:12
I am trying to get into building my own system and would like to know if you guys have any good websites that have all the necessary parts I would need at reasonable prices. I thought about just buying a whole system from Circuit City and then just add the parts I want, but thought I would try this first.

Thanks for any help,

Wes

Washington,D.C.
12-06-2005, 02:15
The one I like to deal with is Zip Zoom Fly.

http://www.zipzoomfly.com

Some people use New Egg but I haven't delt with them.Zip Zoom Fly is very fast znd have what they say they have in stock.

http://www.newegg.com

Toyman
12-06-2005, 06:15
Here's a site. I haven't ordered anything online from them, but I used to shot at their stores all the time.

http://www.computerstop.com

pyblood
12-06-2005, 13:32
I like NewEgg. They ship pretty fast and have good prices. I donít know what part or Texas you live in, but Directron (www.directron.com) in Houston is another good company to do business with. They also have low prices and ship pretty fast.

IndyGunFreak
12-06-2005, 15:54
I still really like http://www.tigerdirect.com

They've always done me right, and their prices are usually pretty darn good. Just use caution, getting one of their rebates, will make your hair turn grey..

IGF

pyblood
12-06-2005, 16:07
Originally posted by IndyGunFreak
I still really like http://www.tigerdirect.com

They've always done me right, and their prices are usually pretty darn good. Just use caution, getting one of their rebates, will make your hair turn grey..

IGF

I like TD too.

Chevytuff19
12-06-2005, 18:29
I know this sounds kind of like a cop-out, but how about this: http://www.bestbuy.com/site/olspage.jsp?skuId=999942800050009&type=product&productCategoryId=cat01173&id=pcmprd43000050009 to build on.

I would add a 256 MB Nvidia card and Sound Blaster audio. I figured this would be cheaper than buying all of the components separately.

What do you guys think?


Wes

Altaris
12-06-2005, 20:35
I did my whole comp from Zipzoom and Newegg.

Most of my parts were from newegg, but zipzoom had a free shipping special for the case(that day) which saved me some money so I got that and another part from them.

AS45-70
12-06-2005, 20:56
I would pass on that BB PC. Id rather get my own parts and build one to my specs.

if you have the know how and the time do build it yourself.

AS