If you just want it shipped to your door might as well order from iBuyPower or one of those other scam businesses. You'll be losing out on newegg deals and rebates sure, but hey, better than spending 4 hours plugging in cords and screwing together pieces of metal right?
don't know what country your from. In most cases you can go to ur local computer store and they should do just fine.
Bro... I don't ever leave my basement. I need this done through the safety of an online screen.
I'm in the states if that's important. <_<
Sure, give me your address and Ill come do it. No charge...
And just so youre not weirded out when we meet, Im a bit obsessive compulsive and when I first meet people I have them smell a rag I carry around with me. Odd I know, but I cant help it. Just a good whiff works. --- I hate pineapple pizza but I don't boycott pizza shops that offer that abomination.--The Liberator
I recommend putting it together yourself not to save money but to gain knowledge. That way you'll know your computer inside and out. You'll also be able to upgrade with confidence and have a better idea of what is happening if errors occur.
It's generally a good idea to be able to know what each thing is and what it does when you look inside your computer. --- well I am not like your dad. I worked as a chef at TGIF-Mattson