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Building 3-4 computers, where is the best place to shop for parts?

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I need to build 3-4 computers with windows 7 that will perform well enough for web browsing, playing internet videos, and word documents, and will not need to be upgraded for about 3-5 years.

I was planning on spending around 250-350 for each computer.

My question is what would be the best place to get the parts from? Will microcenter be able to negotiate with prices if I'm buying 3-4 of each part?
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-2600k Biostar TP67XE EVGA GTX 560ti 4GB G-Skill Ripjaws 1600 
OSPower
Windows 7 Ultimate Corsair TX650 
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CPUMotherboardGraphicsRAM
i7-2600k Biostar TP67XE EVGA GTX 560ti 4GB G-Skill Ripjaws 1600 
OSPower
Windows 7 Ultimate Corsair TX650 
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post #2 of 5
Newegg

or

Tigerdirect

They give allot of DIY computers that are cheap and come with everything but like a hard drive biggrin.gifthumb.gif


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post #3 of 5
I have noticed Amazon has had better pricing than Newegg on certain components such as HDD, SSD, GPU, and RAM, especially when factoring in free 2-day shipping with Prime.
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^ this is very true , that skipped my mind because its kind of rare that they do that , muhahahaha!


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I think mc is ur best bet for core components. They might give you something off for cpu/mobo but idk about a bulk deal. They got p4s for like 7 bux, and celerons for late generation celerons for 50 bux.
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