Hardware authenticity - sp road


Broken In
I am going to sp road(bangalore) tomorrow to get a new pc assembled.
How trust worthy are the vendors there.
Now,should i be aware of any bogus shops there?
I need to be absolutely sure that he gives me what i had asked.how do
i know that what he gives is the real deal.
Is there any software that checks & shows me the hardware components &
model names installed on the system?..something like pcaudit?


Uhu, Not Gonna Happen!
I have purchased my PC from there. No hardware issues (and it has been 3 years) although Frontech UPS died after two years but that is not something to worry about as this is very common.

Do not worry about authenticity of a piece of hardware. I am sure no one in world (even those Chinese who make fakes) can make an AMD/Intel processor at home. Same goes for HDD and MOBO. :)

For pricing, you can collect quotation of the assembly of your choice from different shops and then decide where do you want to go. You can always bargain 2000-3000 on the price they quote.


Only go for reputed brands, and look at the box carefully not miss anything that should be there or not to be there.


Broken In
Well, thanks
Also i have decided for 2 500gb hard disks - i want a RAID connection
I have never done that before.
can you tell me how?


Broken In
hey im going there tomo. too ..dont go with guys who will approach u on roads ...the are doing that for commission purposes ...go to ankit infotech or aashirvaad computers ....they are the better ones on sp road ......but which ever shop u go u have to bargain HARD ..its the only rule
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