Do Overclockers build PC's?

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I know that Overclockers do the system configurator, but this isn't what I want. I want to purchase nearly a whole PC out of components from Overclockers and I'm not very good at the whole building my own PC so I was hoping they would be able to put all the components together that I order from them (this includes the case). Or would I have to purchase to parts here and look elsewhere for someone to insert the components for me?

I'm using this because it will cost me a decent amount of money to contact Overclockers via phonecall and I thought I could get this information off this forum from you guys :)

Apologese if this is in the incorrect thread but this is my first post and I was sure where to post it, thanks for reading.
 
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I would buy a whole new PC but I already have a graphics card and memory and flash drive and PSU cooler that could support a far better PSU, I just want a new case, motherboard, processor, PSU, sound card so buying a whole new PC isn't cost effective for me at the moment, If they can fix motherboard, processor and PSU I think I could manage the rest :) so thanks for the advice :D
 
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I'm not too sure how it is I can ask them to fit the parts because the only options I can find when I go to my basket are to purchase and either to deliver the parts or to pick up from the shop, there doesn't seem to be an option to fit the parts then deliver.
 
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You might give thought to doing it yourself. There's an excellent sticky showing you how and Newegg on youtube has a 4 part series dealing with building from parts. It's actually harder to get it wrong than right and you might save yourself a few quid.

If you really don't think you can do it then give them a call. I dare say they'll work somethnig out for you.
 
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