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26 Apr 2011   #1

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hi guys Im looking to purchase a system like the ones advertised on newegg only trouble is I live in brisbane aust. has anyone purchased one of these systems in australia or is there a local company that provides prebuilt systems like these any ideas would be great otherwise I was wondering if anyone has dealt with Umart brisbane
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26 Apr 2011   #2

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by novice13 View Post
hi guys Im looking to purchase a system like the ones advertised on newegg only trouble is I live in brisbane aust. has anyone purchased one of these systems in australia or is there a local company that provides prebuilt systems like these any ideas would be great otherwise I was wondering if anyone has dealt with Umart brisbane
As this a global forum, I don't think you will get the best response. Check out Whirpool (the desktop section) as it is in asutralian forum that has lot of threads relating to your question.

As to the actual question, neweg doesn't ship to australia, so you can't directly purchase from them. You can use an american service like shipit (or whatever they're called), but ive hear it's a lot of hassle. Plus you will have a lot of warranty issues, as not every product has a worldwide warranty. If use a service like shipit, they buy it under there name, which means the warranty becomes void as you yourself didn't purchase it.

My suggestion, is buy local, the high aussie dollar means the prices aren't that different. As for umart, i can't say from personal experience but it has a decent rep on whirlpool.
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26 Apr 2011   #3

 
 

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As for umart, i can't say from personal experience but it has a decent rep on whirlpool.
Ditto. ^^

MSY will also build your system for a fee, but you have to make sure you know what parts you want and that they have those parts in stock.

The 'local' PC shops also sell pre-built systems, but you really don't get your moneys worth.

It's cheaper to do a little legwork, and select the parts yourself.
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Ditto ^^^

Whirlpool dot net is the way to go.
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27 Apr 2011   #5

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27 Apr 2011   #6

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I buy an average of $ 100 to $800 per week from NewEgg in computer parts, for Custom Build systems. TigerDirect is also my other source for quality computer equipment.


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