Computer Hardware???

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mavrik5150
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12 Jun 07 12:06:06 am
Hey Everyone,

I've been building custom PC's for friends and family for about a year now and my biggest probelm is that I can never really make a profit from what I'm doing outside of charging for time and effort. Usually I get the parts off Ebay and other sites and then give the final price to the customer, but I wanted to know if anyone knew of a few good suppliers for computer hardware, such as CPU's, Video Cards, Sound Cards, and so on. If I can save some money on the parts I can charge less and still make a decent profit. Any help would be great and I know it's hard to get this stuff without a business, but I do plan on getting a business licenese in the next few months if that would help. I would need some of the newer type of hardware, such as Nvidie GeoForce Cards, and so on, but some of the older stuff would work too. Thanks.

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jimmy_huber
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12 Jun 07 02:18:24 am
I have actually found some really good deals from Link hidden: Login to view

If you want to be able to get multiple items for a very low price then they are the first choice. I used to build custom Pc's Loacally many years ago. Just wish I knew about them then.


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mavrik5150
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12 Jun 07 04:50:52 am
Thanks alot Jimmy, I'll check out that site tomorrow when I have some free time. I was thinking about actually building up some stock on most items since I've been getting more and more requests. I might even open up a little shop here where I'm at since it's a small town and most of the people would rather shop at a store instead of online. Thanks again

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sonic91
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13 Jun 07 07:38:20 am
Interesting array of products at evertek, I might go back there for my own use. The clearance items are incredibly cheap!

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nickuk23
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13 Jun 07 05:32:21 pm
[quote='jimmy_salehoo']I have actually found some really good deals from Link hidden: Login to view

evertek is a good site but you carnt buy untill you sighnup and then it askes for a copy of your state resale certificate whats that?

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Link hidden: Login to view is a good uk computer site.

any1 know of anymore?

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jimmy_huber
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13 Jun 07 10:07:08 pm
Evertek is a professional wholesaler. They cater only to other companies not your typical ebayer. Im not sure if they deal with people outside the USA. A valid resale certificate is required to do business with this company to get the best deals.


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11 Aug 08 03:43:41 am
Have a look at these suppliers. They may have the products you are after and they don't require a business license to order.

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Have you got your own online store yet? Link hidden: Login to view

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