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    Old 06-03-2013, 10:01 AM
    daniellegrace daniellegrace is offline
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    I don't feel overly comfortable building a PC on my own. I've currently got a pre-built Medion and I'm looking to essentially get rid of as it's terribly out-dated, and the most I've done with my current PC is installing a new harddrive for my Steam games. I roughly know what components I'm going for, however, the problems lies in that I am straight up paranoid that I'll damage something if I attempt to build a PC on my own, or forget something crucial, etc. So, I'm basically attempting to find out what my options are in terms of ordering all of my components and having someone else build them to save me a mountain of stress. I'm in the UK so obviously I'm looking for a UK-based service. I'm not too bothered about delivery times. Thank you!
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    Old 06-03-2013, 10:20 AM
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    [URL="pcspecialist.co.uk"]pcspecialist.co.uk[/URL]
    [URL="dinopc.com/default.asp"]dinopc.com/default.asp[/URL]
    [URL="overclockers.co.uk"]overclockers.co.uk[/URL]


    I recommend Dino PC, by far the cheapest.
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    Old 06-03-2013, 12:40 PM
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    Iv'e used PCS twice myself, they are good, about £50 more expensive than DinoPC. Scan.co.uk would be the alternative to OCuk.
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    Old 06-03-2013, 12:50 PM
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    Although most of my parts are from OCuk, and bought during sale/ deals also, i find them to be sometimes too expensive compared to others but your paying for good customer service and a very big and helpful forum community.
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    Old 06-03-2013, 02:47 PM
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    Although most of my parts are from OCuk, and bought during sale/ deals also, i find them to be sometimes too expensive compared to others but your paying for good customer service and a very big and helpful forum community.
    OCUK are only helpful when you don't have any real problems, when the send you several broken items in a row they just try to fob you off with a load of bollocks and try to refuse even giving a refund.
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