Are there any other sites besides Newegg.com?

I have nothing against Newegg. I was just curious if there are other equal alternatives? Where else do people purchase there hardware/ software?
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  1. Tigerdirect.com and Frys.com are both good one for general hardware needs. FrozenCPU.com is good for specialized cooling and modding needs.
  2. www.tigerdirect.com
    www.zipzoomfly.com
    www.buy.com
    www.mwave.com
    Newegg usually has decent prices and it's easier to navigate than any of the others. Whoever designed their site did a freaking great job
  3. I found an interesting site. I don't know anything about them and I never shopped here. It just looks interesting.

    http://www.compudirect.com/


    zip is alright but I seem to always run into problems trying to buy anything from their site. Like right now when i try to check out, click next, it takes me to the homepage. really messed up.

    buy.com is alright but it works like amazon - watch out who you're buying from.

    Like this item here:
    http://www.buy.com/prod/seinfeld-complete-series-box-set/q/loc/322/205562734.html
    "Ships from and sold by DeepDiscount"

    It's not a bad thing but you may want to check out their reputation.

    mwave.com i use to shop their a lot but they nail you on shipping cost.

    I don't trust tigerdirect so i never go there.

    dirtmountain said:
    www.tigerdirect.com
    www.zipzoomfly.com
    www.buy.com
    www.mwave.com
    Newegg usually has decent prices and it's easier to navigate than any of the others. Whoever designed their site did a freaking great job
  4. oh frys is good also but it's a general all around store. You may not find what you're looking for here.
  5. dirtmountain said:
    Newegg usually has decent prices and it's easier to navigate than any of the others. Whoever designed their site did a freaking great job


    That's the main reason I always use Newegg. I hate Tigerdirect and Zipzoomfly because their sites make it impossible to find anything you need to find.
  6. even if it's slightly more expensive at newegg... I still use it because of the ease of use
  7. Thanks for all the replies.
  8. You can google the item you want to purchase and you'll find lot of sites
  9. if you wanna look around for the lowest prices, i came across a website called www.shopbot.com . if you type in what you're looking for it'll search all the major online stores and will list you the cheapest ones.
  10. Sounds weird but Amazon.com is not to bad. They have a decent number of components, their prices are normally close to or equal to newegg.com, and if you buy from Amazon you can get super saver shipping. The free shipping really helps or big items like cases, and Amazon has good RMA support. They might not have every item you want but for the ones they do have the free shipping rocks, especially if you live in Hawai'i like myself or some other pricey shipping location.
  11. www.pricewatch.com used to be a good place to start, now it's crappier to navigate. I havent found a place that matchess Newegg's shipping speed, ever. Worth it just for that.
  12. www.Axiontech.com is good too
  13. Sometimes, the big box stores (Bestbuy, CompUSA, etc) are cheaper to get cases from mainly due to free shipping. I notice Newegg generally charges $20 to ship cases.
  14. Newegg has the best online interface, doesn't charge tax in my state, and most items on sale have rebates or free shipping.
  15. One of Canadas best suppliers has recently opened a store in the U.S. Although these guys are based on the west coast of Canada, they have been supplying Canada wide for years. Good service, great prices. Try the U.S. site at:
    http://www.ncixus.com/
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