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    Lightbulb Thinking About Bringing In Some SSD From Australia.

    Hi,
    My Brother Lives In AU. So I Am Thinking About Bringing In Some SSD From AU.Not Sure About The Demand Of SSD In BD.Also Might Bring In Only AMD GPUs (If I Get At Least 10 Orders) Because Nvidia Cards Are Quite Expensive There. Please Please Please Give Me Some Advises.
    TIA.

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    Australia is probably not the best of places to bring computer peripherals when price is concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Australia is probably not the best of places to bring computer peripherals when price is concerned.
    I Don't Have Close Relatives In Other Countries. AMD Cards Seemed Cheap In There. SSD Not So Cheap But I Can Beat The Current Price Of BD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fox Mulder View Post
    Australia is probably not the best of places to bring computer peripherals when price is concerned.
    Hehe, I'd like to disagree.

    I spent the last two weeks or so searching for sites and what not in Australia for some stuff(kb/mice/pad). And I found some stuff which is worth less than in the US. For e.g a Sennheiser HD598 which would've cost me around ~12000tk, but way more in US like ~16000tk. My friend is coming from Australia recently, and is bringing some stuff for me.

    Yes it's generally more expensive for things like GPUs/CPUs, but for other stuff it's actually quite similar and sometimes even cheaper than in the US.

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