View Poll Results: What option should I take?
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Go with Nutrend!
Go with NewEgg!
Go with Pricewatch!
Question on Pricewatch
Ok so as alot of you know I'm putting together a computer... well i've got everything finalized but I've got 3 options now
1. Everything from Nutrend for - 656.00
2. Everything from NewEgg for - 668.00
3. Everything from different sites on Pricewatch - 623.04
I'm almost willing to pay a bit more so i only have to order from one company.....
so I guess my question about pricewatch is, how can i check the certain business' feedback??? Here are the companies where i got the best prices on what i wanted
memory(ram) - nutrend (ok guess i dont' need anything on them)
Powersupply - accessmicro.com
Motherboard - ussa.com
processor - econopc inc.
Case - openlinx
can you guys/gals give me some help?
oh and if ya could vote on what would be your choice! thanks!!!
I wouldn't think twice, buy from one co. and from the most reputable, the prices are just too close to consider anything else.
Between newegg and nutred I have no experience.
You might take a look at http://www.resellerratings.com as they do provide some info on various resellers. Newegg is rated quite a bit higher than Nutrend.
There is various websites that compare online merchant prices pricewatch,pricegrabber and ibuyer.net As for choosing a retailer go to resellerratings.com as already suggested .
Question on Pricewatch
I have yet to have a bad experience with any company off pricewatch. But Ive heard a lot of stories...I love Newegg. They have pretty good prices and they ship pretty quick. Also once big thing is what Newegg shows on their site as "in stock"...is in stock. Many sites dont update their inventory very often on their sites and you could easily order something that they no longer have and then you end up waiting for weeks for it to be restocked. I am willing to pay a few extra bucks for piece of mind and knowledge that I'll get all the stuff I ordered!
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Another vote for newegg, bought alot of stuff from them a very reputable place to deal with. If you buy from a bunch of places a couple may not come out rite then you have to start chasing parts down plus increasing the odds that something might not go rite with one of them. With one place besides combining ship you only have to deal with one place
Question on Pricewatch
Oh yeah...and most items I've purchased off Newegg had free shipping. Thats a plus.
I just bought from Newegg.com an Asus a7N266-VM mobo and an Athlon XP 1600 CPU,, both had free 2nd day shipping,, and Newegg is fast and reputable,, Memory I buy direct from Crucial,, you cant beat their deals and free 2nd day Fed Ex,, you get a 15% discount for ordering on line as well,, example,, I ordered 256MB 2100 DDR ram on Mon for $61.39,, free ship and it was here Tues afternoon,, service and shipping costs should be the most important to consider,, it doesnt get any better than free,,Hope this helps,,,
I was in the same boat as you a couple months ago and decided to go with everything from newegg. I defineatly give cudoos (sp?) to their constumer service dept. because they were able to change something even though it was all packed. Not to say they always do it, but atleast the chance exists.
I find price way cheaper in pricewatch
Newegg has excellent service, but their prices are 5-8% higher than the lowerst price. Is the premium worth the peace of mind? I think so. Slitelyused has a good system getting memory from Crucial. Mwave is another excellent vendor that sells mainboards for much less than newegg.
I usually get the majority of my parts from newegg, then use one or two other trusted vendors for selected stuff.
its not that much of a difference so you should save the hassle, I would go with newegg.
go with newegg....that way you are dealing with only 1 company.
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Well www.resellerratings.com will give you a lot of information about any reseller on pricewatch. However, if you are ordering a lot of parts you should probably go with one place even though it may be a little more expensive. It seems as though this is everyone's advice I'd I'll give my vote on it too. I recently ordered some parts but not as many as you may be ordering. I used two resellers this time: MWAVE and MixPc. They had the best prices on my parts. But if you order a lot who cares about a few extra bucks, its easier to do it all in one shot and deal with the same shipment, the same customer support, etc. I would put my vote in for using NewEgg.
Go with Newegg as it is only one company where as Pricewatch has different sites which could cause some problems, eg postage costs will be alot more that from one company and they may be out of a certain product that you need.
GO WITH NEWEGG!!!
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