UberMonkey: is this a joke?

By Cpt_Subtext
Nov 25, 2006
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  1. TimeParadoX

    TimeParadoX Newcomer, in training Posts: 2,438

    lol yeah PriceGrabber.co.uk and Ebuyer.com/uk have really expensive stuff :haha:
  2. Cpt_Subtext

    Cpt_Subtext Newcomer, in training Topic Starter Posts: 273

    Indeed my young friend... :)
  3. Malcx

    Malcx Newcomer, in training

    Thanks guys - there really is some helpful support on here!

    TPX etc - thanks for the suggestion but I managed to f#ck up a motherboard in an old pc once, just by trying to add another HD (don't ask how!) so after that I resigned myself to getting profesionals to do it and paying a few quid for the pleasure - much as I do with my car, heating etc.

    I'm a little confused though, the original post seems to think it's a scam cause it's too cheap, but you're all telling me I'd save money buy building myself???

    Subtext - my, you are being paranoid ;-) I'm going to try calling "Rich" in the next day or two so if I am him that'll be an inetersting or very quiet conversation... :) (And yeah malcx is short for malcolm x - but thats an old Rugby nickname)

    And yes I'm English too so pay crappy VAT on everything...

    Cheers again
  4. TimeParadoX

    TimeParadoX Newcomer, in training Posts: 2,438

    Actualy, You will save money on building your own... I dont know what these guys were saying how it was too cheap :D

    Go to a website like Pricegrabber.co.uk and search each part of the computer to see how much it would cost to build that and subtract that from how much the computer cost... It's about £1000 ;)
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