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Ultimate Geek
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#224158 5-Nov-2017 22:27
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As per title 


This is around 30% cheaper than in NZ at the moment



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  #1895783 6-Nov-2017 09:04
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So if I click the link I get the US site which looks like a bad deal once you convert to NZD, and ship its about $315 .. if NZ customs get you for GST then its more like $360 .. and locally they are about $340


But if I manually search its only ~$260 which is crazy impressive .. but only for Prime members 

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  #1895790 6-Nov-2017 09:13
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When I click on the link OP posted, it takes me to, not uk and the price is US $220.00 inc shipping.


Almost worth it. If I actually need a new computer.


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  #1895792 6-Nov-2017 09:18
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If you copy and paste then it'll take you to the UK site; £136. I think it'll drop to £113 when you buy it since you don't need to pay UK VAT. I don't have Prime so I can't check!

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  #1895812 6-Nov-2017 10:01
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127.42 pounds / 250.65 NZ dollars incl cheap postage excl VAT with Prime apparently. You can always (I think) join Prime and cancel again within 30 days. I have zero need for one.


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  #1896056 6-Nov-2017 14:32
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Sorry someone must have changed the link its meant to go to was not a prime deal when I posted it :(

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  #1896311 6-Nov-2017 19:11
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Damm this is tempting. Especially when you take into account the motherboard costs.

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