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Computer Parts, retail/wholesale - Newegg, TigerDirect, ASI, MALABS, B&H, Amazon, Ebay, MonoPrice, BattDepot, SuppliesOutlet

Published: Thursday, February 7, 2019 written by Drew Jackson



Where do you get the parts that make the most sense? here are a few that we use.
 
 
Newegg
always a great go to source. they just implemented sales tax collection in January 2019, so if you are a reseller, who need to fill out that form. Since we are in Nevada, I am just letting them NewEgg collect the tax and report it, rather than me, do it. Saves me the hassle of collecting and paying it, yet I still have to report it. If not, get the sales tax form filled out and use it.
 
We use Newegg for a lot of items. computer cases, motherboards, RAM, hard drives, optical drives. GSkill, Crucial, Rosewill, Western Digital, Seagate, Samsung, AsRock, MSI, etc..
 
MonoPrice
great for cables.
 
BattDepot
great for batteries.
 
Tiger Direct
always a good 2nd source for older boards.
 
MALABS
we use to use them. good for those spending $1million > a year
 
ASI
a previous IT computer company I co-owned, we used to use them. good for those spending $1million > a year, which we did.
 
EBAY & AMAZON
good place to go for used hard to find parts for pcs and peripherals.
 
 

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