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post #11 of 13
Newegg of course.

Although, for cases, it's best to buy from zzf, they don't charge for shipping.

But for customer service, newegg's is 100 times better than zzf. I e-mailed zzf once about an RMA and the bastards did not replied back, so I wasn't able to file crap.

With egg, you file and you get what you want instantly, so in that aspect, screw ZZF.
post #12 of 13
I always go with who ever is cheaper. Often it is ZZF...

ZZF is a great e-tailer. Their sight is difficult to navigate. I go to ZZF with want I want in mind already. I don't browse the sight looking for things. That is what newegg is for.
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post #13 of 13
Buy what you can from zzf if you live in one of the newegg tax states.

Let's put it this way. You want an E6600, newegg pulls one off the shelf and puts in the box to send to you, zzf pulls one off the shelf and sends it to you, what's the difference? Who cares where it's from? FYI, I got my CPU from zzf, and i got the same box i would've gotton anywhere else (well, different stepping of course, but that's a given).
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