Motherboard Bundles,where from?

  iqs 16:08 31 Dec 2007

Hello.Can anyone recommend a company which supplies assembled/tested Motherboard bundles please.This is my first self built Pc,so I'm looking to spend upto £120 for the bundle.Spec wise,no particular make or requirement.


  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 16:11 31 Dec 2007

click here

  Fingees 16:23 31 Dec 2007

I aggree. Novatech.

Used them for years. Service and after sales, second to none.

  Sheik Yerbouti 16:33 31 Dec 2007

click here

CCL, used them a few complaints.

  ton 17:33 31 Dec 2007


  Stuartli 18:12 31 Dec 2007

See item four at:

click here

  Michael_R 22:05 31 Dec 2007

Also worth a look click here


  kjrider 23:02 31 Dec 2007

Beware of buying grade 'B' MBs. I did once from a certain company begining with M and it was faulty.

Took it back, and after a long chat, got a refund. Next day the same one was back in stock, and still faulty no doubt.


  iqs 20:46 01 Jan 2008

all for your comments.I will probably try Novatech,I'm only a few miles away from them.Once again many thanks,and Happy New Year

  Strawballs 20:49 01 Jan 2008

Don't blame you they re very good and like you I live close but I have only once had to take anything back (Stick of ram) and changed there and then.

  User-1159515 21:01 14 Feb 2009

I'm a little late into the thread, but I got my first mobo bundle for a self-build from click here something like 2 years ago now - great price, and it has not given me a single problem. The domain name sounds a little tacky, but don't be fooled (their other products are a little over-priced, but their mobos are better specs than anywhere else I can find, and at lower prices - look for 'Upgrade Bundles').

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