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i ment pre built, as im not good at building pc's
if i knew more about them i would, but i dont know enough about them to do it

Dont really know where to get decent gaming pre-builts, but I do know that you should avoid Alienware. Wayy too overpriced here in the UK.
 

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Newegg is a good place to buy a PC.
Newegg is not in the UK.

If you really have to get a prebuilt, PC Specialist is by far the best one in the UK in my opinion, friends have used them and they are top notch with fair prices.

If you want to save money and get the most of it, build you own, ask how here, it's very simple really with a bit of intuition, it's just pretty much point and click stuff really, it's simple, and you save a lot of money doing it, plus you get the knowledge and pride of learning it yourself.
 

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Originally Posted by SmokinWaffle View Post
Newegg is not in the UK.

If you really have to get a prebuilt, PC Specialist is by far the best one in the UK in my opinion, friends have used them and they are top notch with fair prices.

If you want to save money and get the most of it, build you own, ask how here, it's very simple really with a bit of intuition, it's just pretty much point and click stuff really, it's simple, and you save a lot of money doing it, plus you get the knowledge and pride of learning it yourself.

if i did build my own pc, what spec would i be looking at for around £750-£850
 

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Originally Posted by hubaballoo View Post
i ment pre built, as im not good at building pc's
if i knew more about them i would, but i dont know enough about them to do it

if you can put together a walmat book shelf ( i know they dont have walmart there but what ever walmart is in the UK, read... what ever that is... you get the point ) and know how to install a video game on a computer, you know all you need to put together a computer...

things only go together one way...

take the time, spend time of forums, in 2 months you will know everything you could possibly need to know about computers and could put one together with your eyes closed.
 

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Originally Posted by Sean W. View Post
if you can put together a walmat book shelf ( i know they dont have walmart there but what ever walmart is in the UK, read... what ever that is... you get the point ) and know how to install a video game on a computer, you know all you need to put together a computer...

things only go together one way...

take the time, spend time of forums, in 2 months you will know everything you could possibly need to know about computers and could put one together with your eyes closed.
they actually do have walmart here lol

they bought asda so now all they new stores are call asda walmart or just walmart

You should have a look at Aria or microdirect for pc parts
 

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Originally Posted by blocparty12 View Post
Make one!! Much cheaper and easier than most people think.
Unless you meant the best place to purchase parts?
I had difficulty building my first computer. But I am pretty sure I could do another with the right mobo manual.
 
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