On Thu, Jul 19, 2001 at 08:19:44AM +0100, Phil Trickett mentioned:
> If you don't mind reding a bit of French, the following site:
>http://www.surcouf.com/>> Has alot of reasonably priced components, with alot of choice (I have never
> seen so many MB's), and they cater for almost anything.
>> Right, I am saying this because I went there and bought stuff. I am not
> sure if they ship to Ireland, but have a look on their web site (google it!)
> and you will probably be able to see.
>> Hey if I'm off to France in the future.....
Do you know if their prices include VAT ? It's 1249/8.3=£150 for an Abit
KT7A, which is £STG90 from Dabs. Not that different, really. And £144 for
a 1.2Ghz Athlon for it, but Dabs is £STG89 ex VAT - £133 Irish, after VAT.
Gaia, but I never thought I'd see the day when the rate between STG, ex
VAT and Irish, including VAT was 1:1.5 !
So, from dabs you get a KT7A plus a 1.2Ghz Athlon with 265MB of CAS2 DDR
SDRAM for £313. Not bad, really. And you won't get that from that french
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