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Which website to shop for PC parts in the US?

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I'm visiting the US for 3 weeks soon, and I want to take advantage of this trip to buy PC parts(looking for ram and an ssd). I looked at amazon and newegg and the prices are about the same. What other websites are there? Is newegg a good website to use?

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4 minutes ago, mail929 said:

Use PCPartPicker to find the best prices

 

3 minutes ago, Edop69 said:

Go for PCPartPicker, they show the cheapest prices.

I want to buy from a single website so the delivery timings for all items are the same and if something were to go wrong, I wouldn't have to call up multiple companies.

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Just now, _d0nut said:

I want to buy from a single website so the delivery timings for all items are the same and if something were to go wrong, I wouldn't have to call up multiple companies.

PCPP can filter from various merchants. 

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4 minutes ago, WoodenMarker said:

PCPP can filter from various merchants. 

Hm, ok thanks for the help. Any website I should avoid or anything? Looking to deliver to california

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If something goes wrong you should NOT contact the place you bought it from, you need to contact the manufacturer of the specific part.

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Newegg and Amazon are the best afaik, but also try bhphotovideo they have stores you can visit.

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30 minutes ago, Enderman said:

If something goes wrong you should NOT contact the place you bought it from, you need to contact the manufacturer of the specific part.

I meant like for example the part didn't arrive etc.

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