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The Proof About Computer Parts Online
Cheap Computer Parts with Good Value
Finding computer parts online is an easy way to buy components. Parts such as a computer monitor stand, computer cases, Lexmark or HP computer printers, a wired or wireless router, cpu (what is CPU?), motherboard, power supply, and more.
Throughout this website we talk about purchasing computer parts online. It will save you a lot of money; even more so if you build two or more (for family, friends or as replacements).
You can buy motherboards, CPUs (what is CPU? - central processing unit), routers, modems, power supply, memory, disk drive, computer cases, computer keyboards, computer printers, and much more online.
Let's take a moment here to prove that to you, and to show you how much money you can actually save.
The first build comes from Cyber Power. Cyber Power is a respected computer builder that does quality work, and uses quality parts. Their build for Cyber Power's computer is priced below. In the table is the same exact build, using the same exact products priced out separately from Newegg. Keep in mind that all we did was look the parts up on Newegg, we didn't even shop around for cheaper prices. You could probably shave off at least another $50.00 on the total price if you shopped carefully.
Our goal here is to simply show you how easy it is to save money using computer parts online, and to be honest, we didn't even have to resort to searching out very cheap computer parts. Most of the listed parts are quality name brand components. So, here are the builds.
Note that we do not have a price breakdown for the Cyber Power computer, as it is not provided on their website.
Cyber Power Total Price: $799.00
Here is our build:
(completed in the same time frame as the Cyber Power computer; note prices change frequently and price comparisons need to be viewed as a point-in-time comparison only):
Looks like about $100.00 savings, and remember, that's without even trying to find good deals. That is also the Newegg prices without any rebates or instant rebates included. At the time this build was priced out, you could have saved $37.00 more on rebates, which would have made the total price $674.14.
That's a total savings of about $190.
Note that neither build includes a monitor, computer monitor stand, lexmark or hp computer printers, or an operating system such as Windows or other computer components.
This is just one example of how you can save a lot of money by building your own computer. As you get into higher end systems, you can save even more.
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