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Hi all, I am looking for some place to get parts (right at the moment water cooling) on or near the west coast. I live in central California and I have been getting a lot my parts from titan rig, thru Amazon as I can only find distributors on the east coast. Anymore seems like Newegg is doing the same as Amazon and a lot of the stuff they are selling is in reality being sold by someone else and just thru Newegg I did look online and did a search on this site. I found a post saying Silicon valley computer. So I tried it with no luck and went back to the post and found it was from 2011 (i think). So am I stuck getting part's thru Amazon, which they have a very large selection, but not always what I am looking for. Or the east coast which takes 5-6 days to get. I have gotten part's from Performance PC (New York) but have not had real good luck with them getting the right part.
This is my first post so if it's in the wrong spot I apologize. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated
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First, it's super easy to filter on Newegg based on the seller, oftentimes when I search there I do exactly that because other sellers have junk or inflated prices (but not always). Second, pay for expedited shipping or just learn some patience...

To answer your actual question ewiz / superbiiz is based in California. I've used them in the past and had no issues: https://www.superbiiz.com/ Tiger direct is also based in California: http://tigerdirect.com
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Thanks for the reply. I do use Newegg and sometimes filter it but it always seems like what I want is for sale by some one else (on the east coast or over seas) and I did not know Tiger Direct was on the west coast. Anyhow I think the "just learn some patience..." is what I need to work on. Again thanks
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