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post #31 of 40
I don't care about the computer stuff, just give me 5 minutes with that 'peanut gun'
post #32 of 40
It really wouldn't matte what you snatched up with 10 minutes in there. If you found a crate full of 7800GT's you could grab it, then sell them later, and buy all the stuff you wanted, but couldn't find in 10 minutes.
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post #33 of 40
Can I just take a cot and move into the corner? I would never have to leave again.
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post #34 of 40
I hope when I die, I wake up in Newegg Wharehouse Heaven.
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post #35 of 40
Quote:
Originally Posted by pbasil1
hell ya i need to be in there about 10 minuits with a duffle bag!!
LOL, I can get you a truck...

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post #36 of 40
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Originally Posted by dpg
LOL, I can get you a truck...

Haha its the ghetto supercomputer!
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post #37 of 40
Wow.... after reading this article I have a new found respect for Newegg. They make sure that they installed their own cardboard compactor to help with the recycling effort. It's always nice to see such a large company invest in recycling. They give extra effort to help support our troops (although I wonder if there is an extra fee). And finally they gave the computer enthusiast community an inside look at their operations. I don't think many companies would go that extra mile. IMO this shows that Newegg is not just another company out to squeeze the dollars out of the consumers, but to genuinely give us the best service with the best prices.

Go Newegg!
    
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Imagine doing a supermarket sweep round there lol
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post #39 of 40
Quote:
Originally Posted by Cheetos316
Wow.... after reading this article I have a new found respect for Newegg. They make sure that they installed their own cardboard compactor to help with the recycling effort. It's always nice to see such a large company invest in recycling.
Naw, they're in California, it's probably a mandate LOL

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They give extra effort to help support our troops
big thumbs up.






yeah, I spent $800 on a new computer a year ago, and just dropped $1000 building the one I have now from them (got the HD from Fry's, couldn't beat the deal w/rebate)......and looks like I'll be dropping another $100 soon for a new wireless router and some more RAM......



Someone said something about getting "jacked" on shipping?

Not sure, I know I pay extra for Fed-Ex, but that's because UPS left a video card out on the walkway in the pouring rain instead of taking a second to shove it inside my screen door, or at least under the overhang. But the shipping seems pretty reasonable and competitive to me.......
post #40 of 40
they upped their shipping costs, which they explained in that article. i remember when it didn't cost $6 to ship a $4 cable.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16812201006
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