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Hey Guys,Where do you shop (online) for hardware?I regularly visit Newegg, but I was wondering if there is another reliable online store with good prices?Thanks,Don

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Newegg is reliable. I spend over $2k+ on my hardware's on Newegg and never had to RMA.Second site I recommended and is reliable is Tigerdirect. BTW Newegg price isn't expensive, if you sign up for email letters. There can be lots of coupon!-Vincent

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Newegg is reliable. I spend over $2k+ on my hardware's on Newegg and never had to RMA.Second site I recommended and is reliable is Tigerdirect. BTW Newegg price isn't expensive, if you sign up for email letters. There can be lots of coupon!-Vincent
2nd this. I only buy parts from either newegg.com or tigerdirect.com

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2nd this. I only buy parts from either newegg.com or tigerdirect.com
Try www.microcenter.com

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Newegg. Everytime I visit the site my wallet hurts. I have stuff enroute right now from them.Bought two computers, assorted accesories, three monitors, a camera, etc, etc, all from Newegg over the last several years. Most stuff over a certain amount has free (or built-in) shipping and it's fast and no-hassle.

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NewEgg has a MUCH better search feature than TigerDirect.I'll take a look at microcenter.I've purchased from NewEgg before, and I do like them.Thanks,Don.

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Hey Guys,Where do you shop (online) for hardware?I regularly visit Newegg, but I was wondering if there is another reliable online store with good prices?Thanks,Don
Newegg period. Their customer support is second to none as are their prices.

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Always, Newegg.Unless there is something I need right away, I just go to the local CompUSA.

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If you have a microcenter nearby, I suggest you stop in some time. I recently purchased 3x WD Caviar Blue 640G hard drives for less than I could get them at Newegg at the time, as well as a Core i7 920 for only $229 - far less than any etailer is selling this chip for. Their CPU prices are the best in the business but you have to stop in to the store to get their best price.

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