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Best Place To Buy PC Parts (apart from ebuyer)

Tanchi Avatar
7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
Hi All,

Can anyone recommend a good online (cheap) shop I can buy some parts for a new PC that im thinking of building?

Thanks,
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7y, 4m agoPosted 7 years, 4 months ago
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#1
aria.co.uk
#2
[url]www.overclockers.co.uk[/url]
[url]www.scan.co.uk[/url]
#3
Scan.co.uk
#4
Do you actually want specific products that we could help find?
#5
emasu
Do you actually want specific products that we could help find?


Just thinking about buliding a new rig, mines around 6/7 yrs old now
#6
Tanchi;5915538
Just thinking about buliding a new rig, mines around 6/7 yrs old now


Got a budget? :)

And what do you want to do with it?
#7
scan is my recommendation.
#8
emasu
Got a budget? :)

And what do you want to do with it?


dont want to spend more than £600, would like it to be a gaming machine.
are there any sites that can compare componets? I havent built one in a while (still usung the single core processor) :S

would like to know whats new on the street :P
#9
I'll take a look and see what I can come up with..

You'd be looking at a nice quad for that money with a good graphics card IMO.
#10
emasu
I'll take a look and see what I can come up with..

You'd be looking at a nice quad for that money with a good graphics card IMO.


yeha, i manged to put together a rig (on paper) at work for under (i think £400) ill see if i can find it in my email. (i mailed it to myself to look at at home) this was a while ago tho, so might be a bit out of date
#11
For £378 you can get a nice triple core AMD setup with a HD4850, 4GB RAM & a 500GB HDD.
#12
Dabs or BTShop does it for me these days. They can be a lot cheaper than eBuyer, and their website's interface makes it a lot easier to filter stuff that you don't want out from stuff that you do want.
#13
emasu
For £378 you can get a nice triple core AMD setup with a HD4850, 4GB RAM & a 500GB HDD.


ah thanks dude, ill take a look.

i found my spec i made, for under £500


Case - Antec Nine Hundred Ultimate Gamer £68.94
PSU - SV 600w SilentLoad 20 & 24+SATA PSU £20.57
Motherboard - Asus P5QL Pro iP43 Socket 775 Motherboard £71.98
CPU - Intel Core 2 Quad Q6600 2.4GHz 95W G0 Stepping (Retail 775) £149.44
RAM - Arianet 2GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM £13.74
Arianet 2GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM £13.74
Arianet 2GB PC2-5300 DDR2 SDRAM £13.74
Graphics Card - XFX GeForce 9400 GT 1GB PCI-E 2.0 £51.75
Hard Drive - 1Tb Samsung EcoGreen F2 SATA-2 Hard Drive £72.39
DVD Pioneer - DVR-116DBK 20x Internal IDE DVD+/-RW Drive / Black £16.14

Total £492.43
#14
For £400, I would get this:
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z106/emasu/order.jpg

The Phenom II is an amazing deal tbh at £91, I had mine delivered yesterday lol.
#15
emasu
For £400, I would get this:
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z106/emasu/order.jpg

The Phenom II is an amazing deal tbh at £91, I had mine delivered yesterday lol.


cool thax :D

is the CPU a triple core?
#16
Tanchi;5915988
cool thax :D

is the CPU a triple core?


Yes, although you *might* be able to turn it into a quad core with the SB710 southbridge on the motherboard but it's really pot luck. Very much dependent on whether you get an X3 that was a perfectly good X4. I'd say the chances are getting slimmer now.

The good things about the BE editions are the unlocked multiplier, I plan to have mine sitting at 3.0Ghz which should be enough for me.
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I LOVE THE ANTEC NIINE HUNDRED TWO!!

Congrats to whoever has one so far! Its such a cool looking case and with amazing functionality! Im gonna set up my rig soon so im gonna be needing all yous lots advice :-D

Hey i was looking on scan the other day....why are the 78/86/96 Nvidia Cards STILL in the £100+ price range?

Especially when we have the likes of the GTX Range
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For £500....
http://i194.photobucket.com/albums/z106/emasu/order2.jpg

I've put a HD4870 in, but you could have any CPU/GPU combo, for example an X3 720 with a HD4890 which comes to £486.
1 Like #19
I wouldn't buy from Scan itself (though have done on occasion), but their TodayOnly section.

Also consider Novatech & CCLOnline, which can be cheapest sometimes too for certain items.
#20
Crossbow
I wouldn't buy from Scan itself (though have done on occasion), but their TodayOnly section.

Also consider Novatech & CCLOnline, which can be cheapest sometimes too for certain items.


Thanks i'll take alook at some point today :thumbsup:

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