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Where To Buy Computer Parts When Building Pc ?

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Do any of you, european guys know where can I get computer parts (building a desktop pc) ? I'm looking for cheapest parts/shipping there is available in european union.

Also does the price differ a lot in USA ?

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you go on the internet and go to google and type in computer components.

you then compare prices and buy the cheapest price for the component you want.

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Yeah, ill do that when i get back home and figure out what i want exactly. Was hoping maybe there's one big website where i could just build a computer and compare prices or something like that.

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For Lithuanian retailers, I've found Kilobaitas.lt, 1a.lt and Skytech.lt to be the cheapest. I've bought stuff from the first two and was satisfied with both quality and service, not sure about the third, but I've heard good opinions from other people. All of them have an online store, and only Kilobaitas has a bigger store where you can check some stuff out. Although for computer parts that's not really of much use.

Can't say anything about retailers from other countries. Maybe amazon, it has a bunch of retailers using it, so more items are available in one place. Try .de or .co.uk or .fr for cheaper shipping.

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did u pick up from store or did you get it delivered? ^

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Thank you very much everyone.

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If your in the UK www.scan.co.uk or www.novatech.co.uk, hope this helps

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did u pick up from store or did you get it delivered? ^

1a delivered to me, picked up from kilobaitas.

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amazon.de and alternate.de might be worth checking out.

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I used pcpartpicker but it wasn't all that after I calculated the nitty gritty.

I bought a 1440p amazing Korean monitor with no tax on eBay. Used amazon cuz other websites seemed cheaper but their shipping killed it and amazon had free shipping. Got a few parts on newegg.

Pcpartpicker is a great tool nonetheless.

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I used pcpartpicker but it wasn't all that after I calculated the nitty gritty.

I bought a 1440p amazing Korean monitor with no tax on eBay. Used amazon cuz other websites seemed cheaper but their shipping killed it and amazon had free shipping. Got a few parts on newegg.

Pcpartpicker is a great tool nonetheless.

Maybe you can link me to that monitor you ordered? Always wanted a 1440p resolution I might get it if its cheap enough
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