Is it better to build your own or buy a gaming comp?
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03-20-2013, 07:05 PM
Join Date: Jul 2003
building your own is the best ...but, on NCIX, you can pick out all your parts and then choose the option to have them build/test if for you for another $50.
example ...add this to your cart along with all your chosen hardware parts, and they'll assemble/test it for you.
PC Assembly & Testing does not include servers and requires an additional 4-5* business days to ship once all parts are in stock. NCIX will install aftermarket heatsinks or pre-filled CPU liquid coolers. Current lead time 5-10 business days.
they also have this option for $75 ...
Includes extra attention to cabling, lighting installation and extra burn-in period. Recommended for windowed cases. Assembly requires an additional 4-5* business days to ship once all parts are in stock. *typical lead time (currently 5-10 business days)
they also price match on NCIX, so if you find an item elsewhere on the web cheaper, you can include the link to it and they will usually price match the same item.
so this is really the best option for people who either don't want the hassle of building from scratch, or just aren't comfortable doing it ...but you also get to fully customize it to the exact parts you want. its like the best of both worlds.
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