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Time for a new PC.


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Simondo

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Hi there.

I've recently had a tax rebate for £3400. My PC is a few years old now and its about time I got a new one.

I am basically looking for a gaming/media PC. The last PC I bought (My current one) I got from Dell and it was expensive. I know for a fact you can do it cheaper online but I dont know where to start. I'm looking to spent under £1000. I'm told I can still get an amazing PC for that price.

So I'm looking for help and suggestions on where to shop and look at stuff.

Thanks alot

Simon
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phillpower2

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Couple for you to have a look at;
http://www.cyberpowe...eekly_sales_IV/ I like the fact you can customize the systems on offer.
http://www.novatech....nge/iforge.html Mainly for you to use as a price comparison site.
Personally with £1000 cash I would build my own everytime.
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