Is Puget Systems a reliable retailer to buy a gaming PC?

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  1. razor0018

    razor0018 Registered Member

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    I am not tech savvy enough to build my own PC. I am looking to buy a Gaming PC from a company that is well known and generally has many positive reviews (few negative) from the masses.

    Price Range: $1500-$2500
     
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    You need to realize that all computer makers do is assemble parts - and they all buy from the same sources. So find out the brand and model of the motherboard, brand of drives, CPU and graphic and you can tell a great deal about the quality of the computer. And pay attention to the PSU.

    IMO - if you are buying from an "assembler" - the warranty and tech support make the difference.
     
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    are you looking for a gaming laptop or gaming desktop?
     
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    Velocity Micro :thumb:
     
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    Desktop
     
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    well a friend of mine has bought all his PC's off of CyberPower, both a desktop and a laptop and is quite satisfied with their customer support and the systems.

    Falcon NorthWest and Velocity Micro make pretty good ones as well altho on the more expensive side for ur moneys worth. even Alienware is a pretty good choice, very good desktops even if they are owned by Dell dont let that deter you, they do have some Desktops that are relatively affordable.
     
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