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Hello, I was recently thinking about building my computer but since I dont have any old parts, I was wondering if there was a kit or something I can buy...

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yes you can go to newegg.com and order the parts you need, if you know what you need it should be a peace of cake. I build my computer about 3 years ago and all the parts came from newegg and I have had no hardware probs yet.Good luck. :tazz:
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Thanks...I'll check it out.
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If anyone else has a site like that or a site with a kit, please post below.....



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You can also go to www.pricewatch.com and type in what you are looking for and it will bring in the cheapest parts, at a last resort you can go to www.ebay.com and type in computer kits.
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Hello,

I aggree with the last poster. I use pricewatch all the time. I'm building 4 computers as we speak. I've built perhaps 100 + computers over the years and have found various venders for my parts via price watch. Be sure to look for the ratings of the vender. Cheap doesn't always mean hassle free. A good number of votes plus a high rating usually will give you a good experience. I lately have been buying bare-bones kits & adding components. You could configure from scratch but compared to the price of a bare bones it's all the same. Unless you want the experience of building from scratch.

The reason I picked this vender? They have a high rating per votes & they test their parts free of charge. Most places will charge to test the parts.

Currently I placed my last order with.

http://www.americancomputech.com

Well that's enough rambling for me. These computers are not going to build themselves. Good Luck.

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You can also go to www.resellerratings.com and find a selling rating on that vender.
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