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What a good website to buy video cards from?

#1Final_TranPosted 6/1/2012 7:55:53 PM
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#2davidaaronkPosted 6/1/2012 7:56:18 PM
newegg
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#3little_spedvePosted 6/1/2012 7:56:26 PM
newegg
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#4little_spedvePosted 6/1/2012 7:56:53 PM
From: davidaaronk | #002
newegg

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#5ajxhPosted 6/1/2012 8:06:33 PM
Newegg doesn't ship internationally - at least they didn't last I checked. Could very well have changed. Not sure if that affects the TC, though.

Tiger Direct and NCIX are also respectable vendors. Their prices often compete with Newegg's, sometimes lower, sometimes not. I'm pretty sure both ship internationally, too.

Best thing to do is Google search whatever video card you're interested in and look at the shopping results. Buy from the cheapest vendor that has respectable reviews/reputation. That's usually how I do my online shopping, hasn't failed me yet. If there isn't a huge price difference, though, I'll opt for a place like Newegg for the ease of returns and customer service in case I need to use either.
#6SnipeStarPosted 6/1/2012 8:38:02 PM
newegg
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#7GTRagnarokPosted 6/1/2012 8:44:22 PM
www.goodsitetobuyvideocards.gov
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#8Final_Tran(Topic Creator)Posted 6/2/2012 6:01:39 AM
ajxh posted...
Newegg doesn't ship internationally - at least they didn't last I checked. Could very well have changed. Not sure if that affects the TC, though.

Tiger Direct and NCIX are also respectable vendors. Their prices often compete with Newegg's, sometimes lower, sometimes not. I'm pretty sure both ship internationally, too.

Best thing to do is Google search whatever video card you're interested in and look at the shopping results. Buy from the cheapest vendor that has respectable reviews/reputation. That's usually how I do my online shopping, hasn't failed me yet. If there isn't a huge price difference, though, I'll opt for a place like Newegg for the ease of returns and customer service in case I need to use either.


It's nice those are Canadian websites ^^ since i am canadian :D
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#9DARQ MXPosted 6/2/2012 6:36:59 AM
ummm... try newegg. Since no one posted that already.........
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#10SomeMacGuyPosted 6/2/2012 6:54:17 AM(edited)
canadian? ncix by far

you can pricematch using shopbot.ca

the canadian version of newegg.com is pretty expensive, compared to ncix. plus, shipping is outrageous (~$70)
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