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Best Answer mark84, 06 December 2017 - 11:13 AM

As the chap that's doing those reviews, and having previously recieved a couple of systems from them for full reviews in the past, they seem like an outfit that builds solid systems.

 

They're usually one of if not the first places to offer new parts out in the market in their prebuilt systems.

 

They're well put together and often come pre-overclocked for you. How many other places do that?

Good prices, and shipping was pretty quick too.

I think they're a smaller operation than other places, but that might work to their advantage, their turn around times for a system build is very quick. The bigger places you'll go into a queue. But that could simply be because they prioritised the build for magazine review. Who knows.

 

So while I haven't spent any of my own money with them, if I didn't build my own systems I would be considering their systems when buying.

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#1 stuub27

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Posted 06 November 2017 - 07:39 PM

Has anyone had dealings with these guys? I'm not willing to attempt building myself (the shame!).

 

http://www.ticomputers.com.au/

 

I know these guys have been around for years, which is a good sign. Also, PC & Tech Authority magazine feature one of their systems each month in their System News and Market Watch.

But personal feedback from an atomican would be most appreciated if there is any to be had.

 

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Posted 06 December 2017 - 11:13 AM   Best Answer

As the chap that's doing those reviews, and having previously recieved a couple of systems from them for full reviews in the past, they seem like an outfit that builds solid systems.

 

They're usually one of if not the first places to offer new parts out in the market in their prebuilt systems.

 

They're well put together and often come pre-overclocked for you. How many other places do that?

Good prices, and shipping was pretty quick too.

I think they're a smaller operation than other places, but that might work to their advantage, their turn around times for a system build is very quick. The bigger places you'll go into a queue. But that could simply be because they prioritised the build for magazine review. Who knows.

 

So while I haven't spent any of my own money with them, if I didn't build my own systems I would be considering their systems when buying.


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Posted 06 December 2017 - 01:29 PM

often come pre-overclocked for you. .

 

ASK FOR THIS!

 

all modern systems have at least a mild overclock in them with no harm.


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Posted 06 December 2017 - 03:33 PM

As the chap that's doing those reviews, and having previously recieved a couple of systems from them for full reviews in the past, they seem like an outfit that builds solid systems.

 

They're usually one of if not the first places to offer new parts out in the market in their prebuilt systems.

 

They're well put together and often come pre-overclocked for you. How many other places do that?

Good prices, and shipping was pretty quick too.

I think they're a smaller operation than other places, but that might work to their advantage, their turn around times for a system build is very quick. The bigger places you'll go into a queue. But that could simply be because they prioritised the build for magazine review. Who knows.

 

So while I haven't spent any of my own money with them, if I didn't build my own systems I would be considering their systems when buying.

Thanks very much for that reply mark84! As comprehensive as I could have hoped for.
When I finalise my bucks, it looks like they'll be heading their way :)



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Posted 06 December 2017 - 10:45 PM

As the chap that's doing those reviews, and having previously recieved a couple of systems from them for full reviews in the past, they seem like an outfit that builds solid systems.

 

They're usually one of if not the first places to offer new parts out in the market in their prebuilt systems.

 

They're well put together and often come pre-overclocked for you. How many other places do that?

Good prices, and shipping was pretty quick too.

I think they're a smaller operation than other places, but that might work to their advantage, their turn around times for a system build is very quick. The bigger places you'll go into a queue. But that could simply be because they prioritised the build for magazine review. Who knows.

 

So while I haven't spent any of my own money with them, if I didn't build my own systems I would be considering their systems when buying.

Do you write for Atomic PC Authority?


Edited by SceptreCore, 06 December 2017 - 10:46 PM.

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Posted 16 January 2018 - 05:20 AM

Do you write for Atomic PC Authority?

Sorry for late reply. Don't come here as often as I used to.

 

Yes. Have been freelancing for PCTA for a bit over a year now. :)


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Posted 16 January 2018 - 11:27 AM

 

Do you write for Atomic PC Authority?

Sorry for late reply. Don't come here as often as I used to.

 

Yes. Have been freelancing for PCTA for a bit over a year now. :)

 

Good for you mate.. that's awesome


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