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Go to Micro Center. I will say that as an employee there, we offer a darn good collection of video cards, from a 5450 to a GTX Titan. We also price match ANYBODY, especially Newegg and Amazon(That is the case at the Minneapolis store, I am not sure about other stores).

If there is one near you, it is the for sure place to visit!
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Originally Posted by Mad Pistol View Post

If you subscribe to Amazon Prime (like $70 per year), you get free 2 day shipping and $3.99 next day shipping. On top of that Amazon has a MASSIVE selection of just about everything.

I ALWAYS check Amazon first before checking anywhere else.

Amazon is awesome. Last month I was doing research and putting together which parts I wanted for my build when I saw Amazon was offering a 30 day free trial for Prime. Everything I wanted was eligible for the free two day shipping and two days later I had all of my parts show up on my porch. Can't beat that. The prices were terrific, too. Most were as low as I could find anywhere, including Newegg, TD, and others. Another great thing about Amazon is their return policy. I had a problem with the 7970 I recieved and they sent me out a replacement in two days.

Not to toot Amazon's horn too much in here but they are as good as it gets when it comes to online shopping. Never had a bad experience with them.
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Go to Micro Center. I will say that as an employee there, we offer a darn good collection of video cards, from a 5450 to a GTX Titan. We also price match ANYBODY, especially Newegg and Amazon(That is the case at the Minneapolis store, I am not sure about other stores).

If there is one near you, it is the for sure place to visit!

Microcenters are great, provided you have one in your area. The closest one to me was about an hour and a half away. Although I wasn't aware that they price matched online retailers - had I known that I probably would have made the drive up and purchased everything as they had a good combo deal for motherboards and processors going on as well.
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