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Best Places to Buy Computer Components // Guest Post

Posted on the 22 September 2014 by Cheekymeeky

In this day and age you would be hard pressed to find someone who doesn’t own a computer. This is due to the fact that virtually everything can be done online be it banking, shopping, interacting with friends, watching videos and playing games.


While the prices of computers have dropped dramatically over the years, they are still quite expensive. Sure, you can get a low-end computer for a couple hundred dollars, but there’s not much you can do with it other than browse the web. If you’re looking for something that can handle high-definition video, the latest games and any professional application you can throw at it, you’re going to need something better.

This is where the problem starts as buying a high-end computer is still quite expensive. Luckily, there is a way around this by building your own computer. Those with any DIY sense can build their own computer by following a simple online guide. Building your own computer is a great alternative to buying a premade computer as you can buy only the parts you need and none of the ones you don’t.

But, you may be asking yourself, “Which is the best place to buy computer parts?” Let’s take a look.


No matter the category, it seems that Amazon is always the leader of the pack when it comes to price. Virtually everything can be found on Amazon for lower than you would find it elsewhere thanks to Amazon’s frequent discounts. Additionally, there are many sellers looking to sell their preowned, tested and fully working computer parts on Amazon.

This is a great way to get high-end gear for a lower price than buying new. Even better, many sites offer free amazon gift card codes that can sometimes net you a computer part completely free of charge if not at least a significant discount.Online vouchers are available not just for shopping, but also other experiences such as restaurant and spas.


Ask anyone who builds computers and they will be quick to tell you that Newegg is the place to go. The reason for this is that Newegg makes sure to always keep the best computer components in stock. Everything from hard drives and processors to monitors and mouses can be bought at this website. One of the biggest selling points of Newegg is their superb customer support. If you have a defective computer part, simply send Newegg an email – they’ll send you a prepaid shipping label to return the part and send you a new one. It’s that simple.


Finally, when it comes to buying computer parts, there is eBay. Here you will find new or preowned computer parts up for auction that you can many times win for a very low price. However, it’s important to make note of a sellers feedback when using eBay to buy computer parts. Many over seas sellers will sometimes sell knock off products to make a quick buck. Taking a glance at their feedback to make sure they’re a legit seller is an easy way to make sure you won’t fall into these traps.

As you can see there is a wealth of online destinations that offer computer parts for fair prices. Searching around for discounts or something like free amazon gift card codes can make the deal even sweeter. Just make sure to do your homework to make sure you’re buying the right parts from a legit seller and you’ll be well on your way to building your very own computer.

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