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M4d$k1llz

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Hey, im looking to spend like £400 (inc VAT) max on a new system+moniter etc. But i have no idea what parts to buy and my dad says he doesn't have much time to build it so a FULLY BUILT new system would be better. But i know no websites to get any pc's from :tazz:

Any website links please??
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MaverickSidewinder

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TigerDirect

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warriorscot

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Dell, mesh, carrera, evesham all good places to buy, also liddl is great dont know how they stay in business offering stuff so cheap.
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screw tiger direct they suck www.newegg.com best prices on the web tiger direct sucks rawr even though their hq is 20 drive from where i live :tazz: i win
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From what ive heard tiger direct build pcs newegg doesnt and he asked for sites to get a custom built pc.
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Yeah, M4d$k1llz wants a custom fully built new system. Newegg doesnt have custom built pc's that you can customize. They have manufactured computers in stock like hp, sony, dell. They also have all the necessary parts to build a fully custom pc that you put together yourself when you recieve it. (not what he wants)

Tigerdirect would be your best bet for a custom pc that you can customize and they will also put it all together for you.


If you wanted to build a pc yourself newegg is best. :tazz:
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If you are in amerca. This guy is UK.
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www.newegg.com


the best :tazz:
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warriorscot

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is only for america.
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http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/

is a uk site, i think their very good :tazz:
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Yeah, newegg is best in the usa if you are buying separate parts then putting it together yourself. He is from UK so I dont know much about UK stores.
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3btech has good prices on units
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