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# 165912 24-Feb-2015 15:11
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Hi There!

It seems like these are pretty thin on the ground now. Does anyone have a recommendations?  We need some fairly high end machines built for a few customers in the coming months.


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  # 1245673 24-Feb-2015 15:47
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Computer Lounge.

Nobody does custom PC's better.




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  # 1245677 24-Feb-2015 15:50
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Lias: Computer Lounge.

Nobody does custom PC's better.


They don't wholesale. My experience with their support recently left me cold, though after a fairly long delay I did get an ok result. 

 
 
 
 


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  # 1245697 24-Feb-2015 16:10
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check out Silicon Systems in Wellington

http://www.silicon.co.nz/desktop.html

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  # 1245735 24-Feb-2015 17:27
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Ascent might be able to offer that for you

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  # 1251338 4-Mar-2015 20:55
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PB Tech don't charge much for a base PC assembly particularly if you don't need the OS installed (and who does with Microsoft WDS or PXE boot installation ) you can negotiate the price for the build if your getting quite a few done over time ask them to save it as a template then email your account manager so you get consistent hardware specs each time.

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  # 1264373 20-Mar-2015 23:42
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Is there still enough margin in computers to offer "wholesale" prices now?

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  # 1264690 21-Mar-2015 19:45
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Try out 2MORO & IT

 
 
 
 


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  # 1264775 21-Mar-2015 23:33
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Another option would be digicor. Sure they could provide some high end supermicro workstations with useful options such as ikvm if you choose the right workstation motherboard.

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