[Charlug] Local System Components

Ernest Cornell ecornell at carolina.rr.com
Thu Jul 30 08:50:25 EDT 2009


try this guy... i have purchased a number of used parts in the past.   
it is in rock hill but that contributes to him keeping his overhead low.

http://www.metrolinacomputer.com/




On Jul 29, 2009, at 12:05 PM, Brian J. Miller wrote:

> Relatively new to Charlotte (read: I haven't built a system since  
> moving here) and I am looking to do so. Where in town do people go  
> for parts that they don't want to order online (aka where shipping  
> makes it worth buying local)?
>
> Cases (and or monitors) is probably the one thing I'm after since  
> I've found in other cities (Indianapolis, IN; Denver, CO) that I can  
> get them nearly as cheap and much easier locally. But I'd be willing  
> to support the local little guy if it was going to mean only a  
> couple dollars.
>
> So what local non-big box (aka I'm aware that Best Buy and Office  
> Depot sell components) stores are around? Which ones would you  
> recommend to an enthusiast who has done their research?
>
> If you are curious I'm looking at...
>
> Case:    Antec P183
> Power:   Nexus RX-8500 (though might go Antec instead)
> CPU:     Intel Core i7 920
> MB:      Asus P6T Deluxe
> RAM:     6 GB - Crucial or Corsair more than likely
> Video:   Nvidia GTX 275 - eVGA or Gigabyte more than likely
> Storage: WD 300GB Velociraptor
> Display: couple of 24+" displays, haven't settled on them,
>         minimum requirement of 1920x1200
> (the rest)
>
> Thanks,
> -- 
> Brian J. Miller
> End Point Corp.
> http://www.endpoint.com/
> brian at endpoint.com
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