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mark mccluskey

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hey just wondering recently my pc has sadly died on me and i want another one just wondering if you knew any good cheap websites you can purchase a tower from as i have really got monitor?? any help is much appreciated
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Troy

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Hi Mark,

There are plenty of websites that will sell you a tower. How much are you looking to spend? For what purposes do you use the computer?

Also, it's not mentioned under your name - what country do you live in? There's no point in me recommending an Australian website if you live in Japan, for example! :)

Cheers

Troy

P.S. I'm going to ask a forum moderator to move this to System Building and Upgrading, as a new tower would definitely be classed as a "system upgrade"!
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Places to buy just the towers.

http://www.tigerdire...p;CMP=ILC-FPM02

http://www.directron.com/dibusy.html

http://www.geeks.com...cts.asp?cat=SYS

http://www.compusabu.....top Computers

http://www.surplusco...p;item=com10753

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mark mccluskey,

When you say you're looking for a "tower" - does this mean you're looking for a generic system in a tower case with a power supply, motherboard, etc already pre-installed? Or are you looking to build a NEW system from scratch (i.e. purchase a case, motherboard, power supply, processor, memory ,etc.)?

As others here have asked - what are you using this system for (OS, Applications, etc), how much money are you willing to spend, and how technical are you when it comes to building PCs from scratch?

Without knowing this stuff - it's difficult to give you more specific advice other than links to resellers who sell pre-built "generic" PCs and/or PC components for those who want to build their OWN PCs.

- John
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