Alright guys, basically what I am asking is if I should buy from Cyberpower even when they offer almost the same computer for the same price or cheaper!
Corsair Obsidian 800D
Thermaltake TR2 RX-850 PSU (Don't know much about this PSU, 850 watt)
Asus p6t Deluxe
6 gig DDR3 1600mhz Corsair Dominator
1.5 TB 7200 rpm 32mb cache
LG 22x DVDrw
Asetek Liquid CPU cooler (don't know anything about this)
$1,796 + $354 for 2 SSD OCZ Vertex Turbo
Price off newegg (will note if I had to change something because they didn't sell it)
What is different:
Powersupply: Same PSU but Thermaltake tr2 1000w instead of 850 (don't sell that particular one)
CPU Cooler: Don't sell this Asetek one, so I added the Corsair h50 instead ($80)
Storage Hard drive: Used Seagate Barracuda 1.5tb (same size,rpm,cache,etc but I don't know the brand they use in cyberpowerPC)
As you can see, not much is different between what I priced out on Newegg and what cyberpower offers. Newegg probably has a couple Combo deals going on with these, so it would be fair to take an extra $50 off. Cyberpower has free shipping and newegg is prob around $10-15 so not a big deal.
Anyways, what do you guys think? Is it worth it to take the risk of buying from cyberpower? Will they give me the parts I order? Or do they try to scam and don't ACTUALLY give you the p6t deluxe, etc. If something comes broken, can I trust them to fix it for me?
Thanks a lot.
If anybody thinks I could build a better gaming computer for ~$2,000 budget I would appreciate the input.
Here is what I don't need:
Operating System, Mouse, Monitor, Keyboard, Speakers, basically just need the case and what goes in it
Here is what I prefer/probably cant be convinced not to get:
A 5870 vid card, i7 CPU
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