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Best places to buy a PC

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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
Im looking at buying a new PC, and was wondering what sites people recommend for buying one? I know of Dell and Ebuyer, but nothing really past that point. Are there any other good websites that sell a decent range of PCs?
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6y, 6m agoPosted 6 years, 6 months ago
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#1
dabs....overclockers....amazon....pc world....play....
banned#2
definitely NOT Dell.
Aria, scan, novatech
#3
Have a look at Tesco as they some times have some good deals on lower end systems.
#4
janosik
definitely NOT Dell.
Aria, scan, novatech

Why not?
#5
novatech can be good
banned#6
Dell are fine, have some good deals. Of course you'll find people who have issues with them but in general you'll be fine. I've literally purchased and used hundreds of Dell machines in my time.
#7
NOT Comet, I suspect they sell crud seconds.
#8
chalkysoil
NOT Comet, I suspect they sell crud seconds.


yeah and not currys of pc world
#9
Don't go to an Aquarium...I'd recommend you go to a shop that sells computers. Rep will be appreciated.
banned#10
master_chief;8601541
Dell are fine, have some good deals. Of course you'll find people who have issues with them but in general you'll be fine. I've literally purchased and used hundreds of Dell machines in my time.

hundreds? :w00t:

I agree that Dell are fine but poor for upgrades.
#11
dell are cheap and cheerfull, novcatech's worth a look to
#12
Have you thought about going t a local computer fair and getting one custom built. I did that and it's the most reliable PC I've owned. Much cheaper than the high street and exactly as you want it.
banned#13
csiman
hundreds? :w00t:

I agree that Dell are fine but poor for upgrades.


Aye, always been the system builder of choice in my career as IT support/systems admin :thumbsup:

You didn't think I meant for personal use did you?
banned#14
master_chief;8602792
Aye, always been the system builder of choice in my career as IT support/systems admin :thumbsup:

You didn't think I meant for personal use did you?

yep :oops::-D
banned#15
csiman
yep :oops::-D


I've owned, and own still, a fair few PCs but nowhere near that. Funnily enough I've never purchased a Dell for myself.

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