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Old 14th September 2005, 20:09   #1
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Where could I get the following system the cheapest?

Gigabyte K8N PRO SLI

AMD DC 4400+

AC A64 Freezer

2x1 GB brand value ram (Patriot, Geil, Kingston, whatever is cheap)

7800GTX or GT

Tagan 480W U15 (U20 works too) or Hyper Type R

Samsung Spinpoint 160 GB SATA 2 HD

Some good cheap DVD burner
 
Old 14th September 2005, 20:32   #2
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they seem a bit expensive, I put a puter together and it costed more than it did here and we don't have cheap prices
 
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www.tones.be & www.forcom.be have very low prices
www.comtechnology.be & www.loveno.be also

if you want a very good service and a very large parts list: www.mpl.be
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www.codima.be can be cheap for some parts.
 
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they seem a bit expensive, I put a puter together and it costed more than it did here and we don't have cheap prices

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Switzerland

I'm looking stuff up for a buddy in Belgium.
 
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MPL has a great selection indeed, Forcom has much better prices


I wish Forcom would ditch the MSI and Gainward crap in favor of a Gigabyte and Asus only selection and get some decent cases and PSUs, that would be tight.
 
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Why the statement tha tMSI and gaiward are crap ? Both brand have a very respectable reputation...
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I rather pick a msi board and a gainward(extreme good oc'er in graphics) card over a gigabyte and asus.
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