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Topic # 182420 15-Oct-2015 07:35
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Hi guys/ladies,

I'm looking to get a custom build PC, companies I'm looking at using: Paradigm PC's and/or Computer Lounge. Just want to make sure these guys are reputable to buy from? Also want to use them to assemble it for me

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  Reply # 1407046 15-Oct-2015 07:46
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yes, if you had have had a quick look round you would have found that too.

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  Reply # 1407049 15-Oct-2015 07:58
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Computer Lounge is very reputable and a favourite among many geekzoners.   I like them, but find their price matching not that great at times, MightyApe is my preferred retailer, but you wont go wrong with computerlounge.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1407055 15-Oct-2015 08:25
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Computer Lounge uber alles!




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  Reply # 1407127 15-Oct-2015 11:19
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Easy choice smile

I've placed more than 100 orders with Computer Lounge and have never had a problem with them.
Not the cheapest, but not the most expensive either.

EDIT:  My orders were for components, not built PCs.  Lounge have an excellent reputation for build quality.




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