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amazon customer, building computer, need hardware suggestions

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by skorbin, Jan 4, 2012.

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  1. skorbin

    skorbin Thread Starter

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    Hey guys, I know how to assemble a computer and everything. I've just been out of the game when it comes to hardware and everything. I already have a 1TB harddrive from the current system, but I was hoping someone could link me to some quality parts. My budget is at 800 USD (remember, no harddrive), and it will be used for gaming/media.

    The main things I need are a GPU and motherboard...

    Amazon links please, im a premier customer there.

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    I am just wondering why amazon? Newegg almost always beats the amazon price and they have a much larger selection of parts.
     
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    This is a bit off topic but...
    I'm just wondering if there is any service which can post things from the US to the UK? Every time I visit the NewEgg site I always wonder why there's no UK version.
    I live in the Channel Islands which are closer to France than the UK. We have a service called ShipToMe where when you order something, you can set the address as one of their warehouses and they post the item on to you. Are there any simular services in the US?
     
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