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Tigerdirect
Corsair
Cooler Master
Intel
EVGA
XFX
MSI (motherboards)
Razer
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post #93 of 354
CyberDruid was easily my favorite vendor but now he is gone. I have had a really good experience with custom cabling and Performance PC's. They would call you back before starting the job to make sure you would get what you wanted.

Koolance has really worked out well for me, it is strange that their seems to be some type of rejection of Koolance, every product they sold me work out as advertised or better.

Forgot to mention Lynda.com and Train Signal for educational type things and Adobe has been very good to me when I have needed extra installs on their products.
Edited by PCCstudent - 3/30/10 at 9:09am
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post #94 of 354
DICE
Sandisk
Microsoft
Google?
Valve
ATI
Nvidea

Thats about it.
Edited by .:hybrid:. - 3/30/10 at 9:12am
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post #95 of 354
Google, They're slowly taking over the world.
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Hmm...

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Thermaltake
ASUS
OCZ
Corsair
Iiyama
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hmm..

Asus- Motherboards
Valve- Games
Samsung-Monitors
Evga- Nvidia Graphics
Sapphire- ATI Graphics
Microsoft- Hardware/Software(I love you IME 3.0)
Lian li- Cases
AMD- Processors
Seasonic- Psus
Edited by Skylit - 3/30/10 at 9:18am
post #98 of 354
  • Corsair - I've had nothing but great experience with their products (also heard even better things concerning their customer service)
  • Intel - nothing against AMD. I've used both but prefer Intel CPU
  • Prolimatech - this is a small company that's moving up fast!
  • Asus - been using their mobos for years and none of them had ever died on me
  • Newegg - so far, my personal experience with them has been good but also heard some horror stories as well so I'm kinda neutral on this
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post #99 of 354
Newegg for sure.
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