With the end of the year approaching and most of the popular holidays are just around the corner, it’s always good to be thankful for the most important things in life; such as Family and friends to name a few. There’s no better way to thank them than to buy them a gift on the day after thanksgiving, the day known as “BLACK FRIDAY!”

Now, there are several places to look at for all your computer needs; the one that I would recommend above all is They have really good customer service and are less likely to rip you off like some other companies are planning to do. Also, they are already having some pre-Black Friday sells that are pretty good. More info here The next location that I would recommend is Frys(if you’re lucky enough to have one in your city). They have good deals almost all year long so the sales that they’re having on black Friday will probably be to die for.

So, there are a couple things to remember and do if you’re looking for the best deals for computer parts. Always keep in mind: if it’s too good to be true it most likely is. So carefully look over the specs to make sure you’re not buying a product that’s gimped. A lot of stores are selling LCDs for very low prices, but sometimes it’s not all that great of a LCD TV compared to other more expensive versions. Like they say, “you pay for what you get”. Also, look at the warranty information of the product to see if it’s worth purchasing. The last thing I would say to do is to be careful from who you are buying from online, because a lot of people are getting scammed around this time of year.

The places I listed above are pretty safe, but there’s also With that in mind GO CRAZY!!! Good luck and have a happy Thanksgiving. (I wouldn’t mind a New GTX260 for Xmass)


Hello everyone! Sorry for not posting anything for awhile. I've been really busy with stuff and Ive had some personal problems, But don't worry I'm back in action and ready to work. What I have for you guys today is something I use quite often. Its a Wiki called WSGF or Wide-screen Gaming Forum. Its a site dedicated to providing fixes and work arounds for any wide-screen problems you may be having with you video games. Its an open community that works together to solve any problems its faced with. Its made me happy on may occasions. It gives detailed wide-screen review of recent release games or fixes for your current games. So check it out when you get a chance.