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Cheapest place to buy PC parts in the uk?

Your best bet is to use Partpicker, I often find deals in many different places including Overclockers, AriaPC, eBuyer, CCL, Scan and Amazon.

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amazon.co.uk

dabs

overclockers uk

 

:P The ones I can name off the top of my head, make sure it's UK otherwise it may ship from America and import charges suck... >:(

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I tend to use Scan, CCL can be good as well. Overclockers is slightly more, but does have great customer services. If you have a good post count at Bit-tech.net you can link your account to Scan and get free delivery on orders over £20

 

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Checkout http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/ for a comparison between prices.

 

That seems to have essentially every retailer I've bought from, cept Scan for some reason.

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Scan has some pretty top notch prices. Also recently bought my GPU from Novatech which was the cheapest I could find of said model.

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Title says it all really :)

Alza is very good, slow delivery but very cheap, I got the majority of my components off there, including a £10 ROG front base!

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When I built my new PC earlier this year I generally found Amazon and Scan to be the cheapest, and consequently bought half of it off each.

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I'm in the UK and I've always used scan.co.uk as my first choice. If you happen to live close to Bolton (part of Greater Manchester) then they have a store attached to their werehouse which is great for getting stuff the same day and customer service is always amazing. The store has changed a lot over the last few years and now you can go and actually get hands on with a lot of cool stuff in the showrooms. 

Also also dabs.com is good I'm my opinion.

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Newegg is in the Uk http://www.newegg.com/global/uk

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Tried buying something from it? Overcharge on tax and shipping

I'm sorry, I don't live in the UK. But Newegg has low prices.

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