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post #21 of 30
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No of course not lol, I have only just joined and put it in two threads concerning building PCs, I have purchased a couple and I have got a couple for my family and friends from them and there just so high quality and the price is so low I recommend it to people, sometimes people dont think of ebay stores for these things, I love my E8400 that I am running right now from em, same one I asked about overclocking on here when I first registered, Just passing on the great builders to people that want high quality stuff u cant get at circuit citys and best buy ect, I mean I priced the equipment in all the builds I got from them and its retarded how low they are for them to build it, thats all. If u dont want me to mention it so be it, just passing on my good fortune. And yeah building em, ahh dont know about saving money, more control and better quality if u pick ur parts u want to put in, I would probably give it a shot but I dont think I could build one from scratch, fix, replace, add no problem but from scratch dont have the patience, so choosing my parts and having it built ahhhh thats the stuff lol
build your computer or fail. u can build and overclock a 1000$ comp and make it much faster then a 2000$ prebuilt comp. Also if you make it yourself you can diagnose problems and fix them yourself instead of giving bestbuy 50$ to put new ram in. ex
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lol@ Mizike

thanks for all the help guys
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post #23 of 30
Hope you like the build.. done on NCIX total price is 743.04

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I am not referring to crappy prebuilt Circuit city computers or best buy computers that give u crappy parts and no overclocking, I am talking about the awesome spots that u can pick what parts u want, high quality overclocking parts, they build it, burn it warranty it and u get what u want for 700 or so bucks that destroys anything at best buy, of course if u got the knowledge thats awesome to build one, I dont have the time or patience to try it yet, picking my own parts and having it put together is enough customization and fun for me for now lol. And referring to the ebay spot takes no effort at all, its just a place where I have gotten awesome prices and results for myself, friends and family, I could care less about where someone gets it, its like referring tigerdirect or canada parts, its just a personal awesome spot I know of. I personally am new to overclocking and have had pretty good success this way, others with more knowledge more power to them, nothing referred to I HAVE TO BUILD MY PC, so I didnt refer that way, no interest in ebay, just my experience and preference.
Edited by mizike - 7/2/08 at 3:54pm
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www.canadacomputers.com
www.tigerdirect.ca

i always get my parts from those two stores
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With new CUDA stuff popping up and in the works I'd seriously consider an 8800gt for the card if not a better Nvidia card.
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www.canadacomputers.com
www.tigerdirect.ca

i always get my parts from those two stores
is the OP Canadian?
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^yes im canadian lol
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^yes im canadian lol
lol too lazy to check first post
yeee Canadian, me Canadian too
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lol youi are eh? hi fellow canuck =]
this is getting offtopic lol
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