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    Post Where to buy and build PC parts

    Skipping all the introductions, I am supposed to buy a gaming PC this coming month and for the past few days, I have scrounged the internet to build the very best PC with the given budget. I finally have all the components jotted down ( except for the PSU ) but as i never built a PC, I need someone to build it for me. My friend suggested me to build my PC in Global Brands or Star tech. Are they any good?Secondly, a lot of the components are from different retailers, so would I face trouble if I build my PC in GB or ST as they have to then get a lot of my requested components from other re-sellers.

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    mention your min/max budget for recommendation that would adhere better to your needs. global and star tech both are pretty good. Alternatively you can use this site to have an idea as to how much your total PC will cost . https://pcpartpicker.com/

    if you need something that is not available in BD or looking for high end stuff at better price than local stores let me know.

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    Do they also build PC? If so, which one has the better staff for such job. Cuz I'm buying an expensive PC, I do not want to get a misplaced hardware or a broken pin. Also, do they consider buying from other retailers cuz I found a computer case in Ryans Computer website?

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    check out https://www.facebook.com/OSGS.BD/ they are basically a gaming branch of Global. pretty much all upper class computer stores in IDB like Global, Star tech , ucc carries high end parts and they know what they are doing and all the parts comes with warranty. All you have to do is go there with a big fat wallet/cc.

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    BinaryLogic BD & OSGS BD are pretty good at helping you choose the right parts for gaming within your Budget

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