Making a computer

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alright im going to make a new comp along with upgrade another one i have.

what is the best webpage from computer parts? and whats the best manufacures... motherboards, vid vard, proc....
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Truthfully, SpooF, I doubt that you'll get much in terms of an answer other than people's opinions based on their own limited experiences. My recomendation would be to take a "part" you are interested in and search Google. Take the opinions with a grain of salt, and try to find white papers that give you actual specs and test results. Then choose the product that you feel will best work for you.

For example, all you have to do here is ask one simple question, like "which is better, AMD or Intel?" and you get this:

http://www.ozzu.com/hardware/amd-intel-mother-board-t22141.html&hi ... =amd+intel

or

"Graphics card debate ATI/Nvidia" and you get this:

http://www.ozzu.com/hardware/graphics-card-debate-ati-nvidia-t21086.html&hi ... =amd+intel
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Personally I get everything off of newegg. They have everything I can think of and have free shipping that usually gets here in 3 days.
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new egg isnt bad, but for me i shop around at, at least 5 stores before buying one item to get the lowest price and highest warranty. i usualy buy off NCIX or new egg if i do buy off the net. i usualy just drive out to a closer store which has similar prices to the ones online because i like to make friends with the dealers ... and as we all know you cant make friends with a dealers website. I get to know them and they usual give me a deal or let me sell something to them.
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alright thanks guys
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http://www.pricewatch.com

They list prices/deals for just about reseller there is :wink:
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http://www.newegg.com - US
http://www.overclockers.co.uk - UK

but thats my opinion
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Well ive currently made a computer wiv these specs wiv £345 quid so this is the best site considerin wot i got!!
AMD Athlon 2700+ Procesor
512MB DDR
80Gig HDD
K7N2 Delta Motherboard N-Vidia Chipset 2
Optacle Mouse and Keyboard
A Zorro-X Black Case
Radeon 9800 Xt graphics card
CD Drive and all the rest
Flatron Monitor 17" (£90 QUID!!)
and finally a watercooling system.

all i need is a sound card and sum speakers!! then ive got a perfectly gd computer tht wil slaughter every singal game on the market.

this site is
http://www.microdirect.com
(this is not a hyperlink so dont click)

Hope you get sum gd deals

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i would advise you not to buy anythin from tht egg site. it prices r very very high!! compard to microdirect

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microdirect = EURO DOLLARS
newegg = USD

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