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    The modding scene is getting bigger every day with new products popping up all over the web. It’s increasingly difficult to find a good reliable source for your modding habit. So, if your jonesin’ for a fix, and need the good stuff, then stop buy this thread.

    As always, this will be an ever-expanding list. If you guys have other sites you like and have done business with, let me know and I’ll add them to the list.



    2cooltek
    Because you can never be to Cool! This site is geared towards Cooling and Mods. Hit the main page and check out some modding news, then press on to the online store.

    3D Cool

    Case Etc at Directron
    I watched in awe, as this kid developed his business over on the {H}ardforums throughout 1999-2000. Hats of to Cole, for kickin’ it up a notch!

    Cool Cases
    High performance cases and accessories for the pc enthusiast.

    Cooler Guys

    CrazyPC
    These guys are crazy, well maybe not, but they do have a good selection of mod supplies and other upgrades.

    Crystal Fontz
    LCD Modules

    FrozenCPU What can I say, one of the premier modding suppliers. A-Z they got pretty much everything the case modder will need.

    JAB TECH

    PC Case Gear (Australia)
    Has some good stuff & prices are good by Aus standards

    Performance PCs
    Have a look, good stuff with some custom options.

    Petras Tech Shop

    SVC
    You want it? They got it! From Arctic Silver to Zalman.

    Xoxide
    All that, and caffeine too! For you late night lan party folks. Hey gota stay awake when you’re pimpin’!
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    http://www.coolcases.com/storefront.html
    this place stocks every panaflo fan made for a good price.

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    Added, thanks Thugs

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    Excellent thread RotorHead.... THis one is going to grow like a weed....

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    There a big list on AT that I posted....Link

    Also you may want to add SVC
    very nice prices, I have orded may thing from them

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    Thanks Phoenixofwater, added.

    Thats a nice list you got over there, thanks for the linky

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    Originally posted by RotorHead
    Thanks Phoenixofwater, added.

    Thats a nice list you got over there, thanks for the linky

    RH
    No problem, always happy to help with the quest for good mod suppliers

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    Thanks for that one caboob !!

    Added it to the main post.


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    Voyeurmods has just about anything you could want for modding a case, I got my case from them they added a 120mm blowhole and a 120mm sidepanel hole reasonable prices....
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    Quote Originally Posted by fvbounty
    Voyeurmods has just about anything you could want for modding a case, I got my case from them they added a 120mm blowhole and a 120mm sidepanel hole reasonable prices....
    Thanks for the link, I added it to the links pages under Overclocking/Modding > Modding gear.


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    crystalfontz lcd screens , custom lcd screens
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    soo....can u tell me if any of these are canadian lol
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    Can't tell you off hand but most should ship to Canada, I'm sure if you talk with them they can make arangements.


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    I know that ADPMods is a Canadian site. I ordered stuff from them during the week and had it in my hands within 24 hours. Limited hardware supply but a good company to deal with.

    I know frozen*cpu-com delivers up here but the $25 part had a $25 brokerage fee This company also has questionable pricing practices and you can be taken if you are not aware of the market price.

    Bigfoot.com is another site to take a look at. They too have some iffy prices. Canada Computers sell stuff on line and through stores. You can search their site and pop into a store to see the hardware first hand.

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