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I'm looking to build my own pc can anyone recommend where to buy the parts from? Hopefully building a high spec gaming one so will need websites which will suppy the parts and case many thanks … Read More
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
I'm looking to build my own pc can anyone recommend where to buy the parts from?

Hopefully building a high spec gaming one so will need websites which will suppy the parts and case

many thanks for your help!
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7y, 11m agoPosted 7 years, 11 months ago
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scan.co.uk
aria.co.uk
dabs.com

checkout dabs used items alot of it is warranty replacement stuff can get some good bargains
1 Like #2
scan: http://www.scan.co.uk/

overclockers: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/

ebuyer: http://www.***********/

I think ebuyer has been banned from this site due to self promotion, however they are still a good site for PC parts.
#3
thats ridiculous

........................................./e b u y e r .com /...............................
1 Like #4
try ebuyer mate. They have some good deals :D

might be worth checking out sites like play.com/amazon too for things like psu and ram
1 Like #5
id recommend ebuyer built my pc using them very decent deals prices
#6
If it is the first time you have bult a PC then after selecting the parts ask on this forum (or other forums) if people feel they are a good choice of components and they all go together well.

Often people can suggest a better CPU or graphics card or cooler, or maybe a better price for the same part on another site.

You will probably be spending quite a few hundred pounds on the parts so it is worth taking a bit of time get the right "mix" of components.
1 Like #7
[url]www.novatech.co.uk[/url] can (not always though!) be as cheap as Eb**er and their customer service is generally better.
1 Like #8
Buy one from a supplier with all the core parts you want first and you will get them cheaper and then add the parts you need...Sell the unused parts on Ebay ...That way you get what you want hopefully cheaper thats what I have always done..Good Luck
1 Like #9
eBuyer service and support was great and I used to get everything from there. It's recently got a hell of a lot worse, try to avoid them if you can.
Dabs and Scan are good.
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jack_burt0n
***********
scan.co.uk
aria.co.uk
dabs.com

checkout dabs used items alot of it is warranty replacement stuff can get some good bargains


guilbert53
scan: http://www.scan.co.uk/

overclockers: http://www.overclockers.co.uk/

ebuyer: http://www.***********/

I think ebuyer has been banned from this site due to self promotion, however they are still a good site for PC parts.


key09
try ebuyer mate. They have some good deals :D

might be worth checking out sites like play.com/amazon too for things like psu and ram


n1ttygr1tty
id recommend ebuyer built my pc using them very decent deals prices


Cheers guys!:thumbsup:
#11
guilbert53
If it is the first time you have bult a PC then after selecting the parts ask on this forum (or other forums) if people feel they are a good choice of components and they all go together well.

Often people can suggest a better CPU or graphics card or cooler, or maybe a better price for the same part on another site.

You will probably be spending quite a few hundred pounds on the parts so it is worth taking a bit of time get the right "mix" of components.


tony_s1
[url]www.novatech.co.uk[/url] can (not always though!) be as cheap as Eb**er and their customer service is generally better.


gr8h8me
Buy one from a supplier with all the core parts you want first and you will get them cheaper and then add the parts you need...Sell the unused parts on Ebay ...That way you get what you want hopefully cheaper thats what I have always done..Good Luck


MrBrightside1987
eBuyer service and support was great and I used to get everything from there. It's recently got a hell of a lot worse, try to avoid them if you can.
Dabs and Scan are good.


thanks good tips computers have moved on since i last built one!:thumbsup:

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