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    Siris Le Osiris wrote:
    https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07B428M7F 2700x $210 USD shipped again
    damn that's a steal.. like $120NZ cheaper than most places in NZ.

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    This is the best CPU deal out there atm.

    https://www.aliexpress.com/item/32916415126.html R5 1600 @ $130 shipped

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    Did anyone get one (or eight)

    iPhone 11 Pro Max bargain world beating price only in NZ for $140

    https://www.stuff.co.nz/business/116...id=app-android

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    It's unlikely to be a deal - stores don't have an obligation to honor major pricing errors

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    Some seriously deluded folk out there.

    https://www.change.org/p/commerce-co...tion_dashboard

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    Lol, ****ing idiots.

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    Even members on this board holding out for compensation from the deal... dafaq

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    Lol, retailer's are protected from their ****ups. You aren't getting your cheap iPhone. Move on

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    Thoughts on the Ryzen 2700x for $299 @ PBTech? Was eyeing up a 3600 but this seems like a sharp price and includes a copy of Borderlands 3.

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    the 3600 will outperform it from a gaming perspective but the 2700x will win out in productivity. WIth a free new release though, thats pretty compelling.

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    PANiC_nz wrote:
    Thoughts on the Ryzen 2700x for $299 @ PBTech? Was eyeing up a 3600 but this seems like a sharp price and includes a copy of Borderlands 3.
    Got the 3600. Can't be more happy with the performance.

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    Yeah I went with the 3600 over the 2700. You can get the 3600 landed from Amazon for $333.44nzd. Borderlands will fall in price faster than a 3600 will.

    I would rather order from Amazon than from one of the cheaper places in NZ. Amazon has awesome return/replacement policies.

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    Sounds like the smart money is on the 3600. $345 from PBTech isn't a ridiculous price, not sure I can be bothered with Amazon.

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    Yeah Amazon is great if the saving is worth it. Otherwise buying local is easier for returns. Can't go wrong with a 3600 for that price.

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    PANiC_nz wrote:
    Sounds like the smart money is on the 3600. $345 from PBTech isn't a ridiculous price, not sure I can be bothered with Amazon.
    After shipping and the credit card fee I found Playtech to be marginally cheaper than PBTech for the 3600

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    PANiC_nz wrote:
    not sure I can be bothered with Amazon.
    Are you in your 60s?
    Fragluton wrote:
    Otherwise buying local is easier for returns.
    I've found the opposite in most cases. Amazon doesn't f around, retailers do.

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    Support local retailers guys. For the extra $20, you are putting food on the table for some kiwi family.

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    Speaking of which I went to pick up a package yesterday and it turns out there's now a PBTech in Albany, a few shops down from the Albany Box Lobby. Heads up for anyone in the area. It was easier for me to order online than drive out to Glenfield.

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    nzbleach wrote:
    Support local retailers guys. For the extra $20, you are putting food on the table for some kiwi family.
    Im pretty sure there isn't a store in Dunedin now that sells PC parts, PBtech left, Cello became more generic laptops and printers and what not.

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    nzbleach wrote:
    Support local retailers guys. For the extra $20, you are putting food on the table for some kiwi family.
    If it was only $20 then yes but often it is hundreds of dollars -someone's family must be eating well...

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    brand wrote:
    If it was only $20 then yes but often it is hundreds of dollars -someone's family must be eating well...
    Its the GST component also.

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    I figure i'm paying a starving child in a third world country by buying overseas.

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    one_red_god wrote:
    I figure i'm paying a starving child in a third world country by buying overseas.
    Not if it's from Amazon

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    Ballistica wrote:
    Im pretty sure there isn't a store in Dunedin now that sells PC parts, PBtech left, Cello became more generic laptops and printers and what not.
    GLI/GoldenLeaf is in Dunedin.

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    Chunky wrote:
    GLI/GoldenLeaf is in Dunedin.
    Thanks, had no idea they existed.

    EDit: website is pretty scare, only one GPU in stock?