[clug] building computer

freegazer freegazer at gmail.com
Tue May 16 22:54:18 GMT 2006

have to add a recommendation for Qld based below-zero if you are looking
into performance/cooling (to go with chunky graphics and / or high end mobo)
www.below-0.net <http://www.below-0.net/belowzero.asp>
they have an excellent delivery turn-around time and are the Thermalright
resellers for Australia.

On 5/17/06, Luke Fletcher <luke.fletcher at anu.edu.au> wrote:
> I've had some recent good experiences with:
> http://www.secret.com.au
> based in Sydney and use Allied Express by default.
> They permitted me to modify my order after I had paid and have a free
> delivery lottery to certain postcodes (this week includes Kambah!).
> Luke F.
> freds73 at aapt.net.au wrote:
> > I want to build a new computer  and am wondering where to buy the
> > parts.  Are there any companies in Canberra which have a good
> > reputation, or
> > would you get the lot from a computer fair.
> >  Does a computer fair still happen at the exhibition centre or has it
> > changed to be only at the university amenities hall?
> >  As I am not into graphics cards, what is the difference between a
> > nvidia  6200 and a nvidia 6600 card, the specs on the cards list the
> > 6200 as  having a faster gpu than the 6600, but lesser performance.
> >
> > TIA
> > Fred
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by ipxodi (156633) on Tuesday August 23, @07:47AM (#13378220) (
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3) If it should sometimes move -- use Velcro.

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