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post #11 of 29
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Thanks, but since i spent so much in this pc i maxed out the first credit card lol
Im not risking building it myself nono
but i might do it next time
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Youtube was my mentor
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ehehe

youtube wasn't there when i first start mu hardware adventures
but it really helps nowadays, i'll give you that!
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post #14 of 29
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This is the email i recived from the store

"About the Hardware you bring, it is not nessesary that i make you any reciept. Dont you trust me?"

Now what do i answer?
Edited by Gilgamesh9 - 3/25/11 at 5:40am
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This is the email i recived from the store

"About the Hardware you bring, it is not nessesary that i make you any reciept. Dont you trust me?"

Now what do i answer?


Best answer.... let us help you, with OCN and YouTube you will have built your PC, and gained confidence in doing so. I have to advise against spending the money to have some stranger build it. If your doing that, then why not just buy one off the shelf?
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post #16 of 29
I would answer "i don't really know you...would you trust me if you were on my shoes?"

Once again, i don't believe you will haver any problem with them loosing your hardware. if you like, tag them with a sticker with your signature or something alike that you can make sure that can't be replicated easily, and convince them to agree to sign up some declaration that they received all your hardware in a total value of X amount of euros to the purpose of assemble it.

EDIT: yeah, but here at OCN we would like to help you build it like the above poster said
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post #17 of 29
its pretty hard to break a pc while assembling it, the only part which gets you a bit on the edge is socketing in the cpu, but aslong as its lined up properly it will go in no problems, rest is mostly just plug and screw with the exception of an aftermarket heatsink then you gotta spread some paste. Cable wise its all pretty self explanatory, if the plug fits then it is the correct plug But aslong as your somewhat carefull you could have it built in one afternoon. and the money you would spend getting them to build it could buy you some more memory or something. If you are overclocking it then maybe that is something you could take it in for. but just building it is easy enough.
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post #18 of 29
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You mean tag the Boxs with a Sticker label and sign the labels?
However not sure if they going to sign up the declaration if i bring it
now they didnt say they Dont want to do it just like "Is not nessesary dont you trust us"

Anyway it dont seem they have the motherboards i want
so i might end up buying the mobo in a online store
which bring me to the poing that it might not be worth to assemble it in the first store and maybe i should try the second.

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I would answer "i don't really know you...would you trust me if you were on my shoes?"

Once again, i don't believe you will haver any problem with them loosing your hardware. if you like, tag them with a sticker with your signature or something alike that you can make sure that can't be replicated easily, and convince them to agree to sign up some declaration that they received all your hardware in a total value of X amount of euros to the purpose of assemble it.

EDIT: yeah, but here at OCN we would like to help you build it like the above poster said
post #19 of 29
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Originally Posted by Gilgamesh9 View Post
You mean tag the Boxs with a Sticker label and sign the labels?
However not sure if they going to sign up the declaration if i bring it
now they didnt say they Dont want to do it just like "Is not nessesary dont you trust us"

Anyway it dont seem they have the motherboards i want
so i might end up buying the mobo in a online store
which bring me to the poing that it might not be worth to assemble it in the first store and maybe i should try the second.
I know it was said before in this thread, but seriously now you really have spent more time making and responding to this thread than what it would take to build it yourself. There is a lot to be had from building your own PC. You will gain confidence just from gaining the knowledge of how things go together and how they work together.

I also agree with a previous post, that you could save the money your going t pay one of these stores and buy something else for your PC. But each to their own. Just I see your concern and feel your frustration, and cant help but think you have the ability to build it yourself, as shown how determined you are to fixing the problem in this thread. Too bad I dont live close, or would offer to come over and help you out, and do it for free. As I would walk you through it, rather than build it for you.
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post #20 of 29
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One question about the Motherboards I just take it in this thread so maybe someone can be kind of help

Whats the difference between Asrocks Fatal1ty p67 vs Foxconn quantum force:
http://forums.aria.co.uk/showthread.php?t=41915

it look so similar......i read the foxconn quantum have few sata ports but fewer compared to asrocks fatal1ty i dont know?

My contenders for a motherboard now (need to be black or black/red scheme):

EVGA P67 SLI (how is Evga making Motherboards?)
Asrocks Fatal1ty P67 (i heard is quite good and look good)
Foxconn quantum force (look so similar to Asrocks?)
Asus Maximus IV Extreme (only downside i can see is the price)


if i go for the maximus IV i cant aford to buy a extra keyboard
i have the saitek Cyborg V7, but though buying Logitech G510 would be good.
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