motherboard bundles

  ricvic 16:51 02 Feb 2003
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what do people think of the motherboard bundles such as click here

I'm lookng for a bare bones in a case plus HD, everything else I have.

  rickf 17:22 02 Feb 2003

All I can say is that novatech is a very responsible co based on my experience of having dealt with them. As for the budle it very much depends on what you are looking for.

  dougiez 17:36 02 Feb 2003

more at mother board bundles
click here

  ricvic 18:14 02 Feb 2003

Thanks.
I've dealt with both novatech & savastore in the past.

  Irishman 20:27 02 Feb 2003

I have just ordered -

Order Item 1
Description : AMD Athlon XP 2000+
PartNo : CP1787
Quantity : 1
Unit Cost : £52.25
Tax Rate : 17.5%
Usually ships: From Stock

Order Item 2
Description : AK 785 CU Socket A Cooler
PartNo : HS7851
Quantity : 1
Unit Cost : £8.08
Tax Rate : 17.5%
Usually ships: From Stock

Order Item 3
Description : Asus A7V 333 Skt A DDR
PartNo : MB0333
Quantity : 1
Unit Cost : £54.98
Tax Rate : 17.5%
Usually ships: From Stock

Qty: 1 CT6464Z335
Part number: CT6464Z335
Price: £81.99
Description: 512MB, 184-pin DIMM Upgrade for a ASUS A7V333 System
Line total: £81.99

Ordered from click here and click here

All ordered separately as it seemed to work out around the same price as any of the bundles I had looked at. It also meant that I got a "good name" mobo and the memory was 2700ddr instead of the 2100ddr that seemed to be the norm in the bundles.

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