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10-01-2002, 22:12   #1
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Cheap computer components

It has been suggested that it might be a good idea to have a sticky detailing where to buy cheap computer components. Should have done so a while ago I guess, would have stopped half the repetitive threads...

Anyway, please post links to companies that have good prices, anything off topic will be deleted. I'll start the ball rolling I guess

I would put up links to trade places, but since most people are not in the trade, and cannot buy from them, it would be irrelevant.

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10-01-2002, 22:42   #2
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UK Suppliers:

Cheap but be weary as they can be unreliable and people got burned before:

Memory Only:

<edit> just fixed the bite-ltd url </edit>

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another good irish one, biggest selection of components i've seen on any irish site:

(its back up again, they just redesigned it. )

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Memory only, but they charge no delivery for Ireland.
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how did you miss that one?
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--------------------------------------------------------------- (recommended - ordered on thursday and recieved the folloring monday )

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Dawn Computers

They are based in Dublin, and will deliver anywhere in IRL.

The site is not fully functional yet, but I have seen a preview, and it looks good
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They post to Ireland. Only have bought from them once. It took ages to get here, but this was apparently due to losing a HD full of emails and customer info etc.When I mailed again they were very apologetic, sent me an Athlon XP 1800+ instead of XP 1600 for the same price to avoid further delay (they ran out of 1600's), and sent it express mail, took basically 5/6 days to get here from LA. I have yet to return home and try it out, but I'm happy

Total cost - €171. (!!)
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German supplier

the url might be useful

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Click on the offers link, its a scanned in newspaper ad, but the prices on it are good.
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Apparently their prices are slightly higher than ocuk, but delivery is very reasonable. Worth a look, they seem to have all the latest gear. (Yes, I know they are based in Norway)

Update: I recieved a celeron 1.2ghz chip in 2 days, delivery was under 5 euro. Highly recommended

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25-03-2002, 12:27   #13
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The CCL url is:

I have used them too and they are better than Scan, although slightly worse range.

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Although you cant order online yet I have found these to be very very reasonable, cant do you any harm to call:

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both cork based.

they dont have credit card transaction and need accounts set up first but worth a shot..
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