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    i am looking to replace the motherboard, graphics card, processor and ram. i have scoured the net to see how cheaply i can buy these components. i have looked at scan, dabs, ebuyer, crucial etc. does anyone have any cheap, reliable sites that they use, and could recommend?

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    many thanks

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    Just so you know, that thread is 3 years old.

    4 years actually cuz it's already 2007
    Biostar XE T5
    i5-750 @ 4.0 GHZ stable (CM Hyper 212)
    2 x 2GB Cosair XMS3 DDR3 1600MHZ
    Radeon 5850 @ 866/1254MHZ
    Intel X25-M in RAID 0
    WD Caviar Black 2TB in RAID 0
    3 x Asus 25.5" VW266H LCD [Eyefinity]

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    Quote Originally Posted by Seedler View Post
    Just so you know, that thread is 3 years old.

    4 years actually cuz it's already 2007
    thanks man!

    its actually cheap reliable sites in the uk, that i can purchase these components, that i was after, i already know what i am getting.

    thanks for the replies anyway

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    Here's a few:

    http://www.cclonline.com/
    http://www.microdirect.co.uk/
    http://www.dabs.com/
    http://www.ebuyer.com/You may not get the UK site if you don't have a UK IP address.

    I use ccl mainly, but that's because they are only a few miles up the road.

    You could also check the sticky.
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