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Creative Computers offers a variety of services from basic Website Design to complete e-commerce website development. We have created & launched many successful websites since our inception, for many different types of businesses. Our web designers have the creative talent to appeal to your sense of style, the training and knowledge of current web standards and practices, & the ability to turn your ideas into reality!

Creative Computers specialise in providing a personal, high quality & value service to businesses. We have various support packages available tailored to your specific needs, with the same support technician guaranteed every time. Using us for your IT Support is like having your own personal IT support department ready to help at any time, at a fraction of the cost.

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Should I buy the extended warranty?

Comments Off Written on January 6th, 2013 by Admin
Categories: Computers and Electronics

As soon as stores started selling those “extended warranties” with electronics you could tell that something fishy was going on by how emphatically the store representatives would push them.  Before you let the next sales rep squeeze you for extra cash on services they bet you aren’t going to use.



 Antec Dark Fleet DF-85
 Seriously Attractive Hardware

We absolutely love the looks of the latest case from Antec. It spells old-school sci-fi tech in a way that no case has managed to do for quite some time, and the external design is one we quickly fell in total love with.


In fact, it almost looks like it's intended for a battlefield. Quite frankly, the bulging drive doors and three external 5.25in bay covers are nothing short of awesomeness, and pulling out those fans really works.


Another oddity we should mention is the top-mounted 2.5in drive bay. It's essentially a hot-swappable drive caddy, and you can throw in any drive with it protected under a perspex window.




Corsair AX850
Not your average power supply.

At the heart of any performance PC is a critical component, without which the rest of the machine can't function. Can you guess what it is? Those who said motherboard... got it entirely wrong






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The Secret Weapon Revealed - XFX ATI Radeon™ HD 5970 4GB Black Edition Limited Graphics Card

When it comes to gaming, being “Top Gun” is essential, but it requires great reflexes and a graphics card with firepower to match. Luckily, the XFX Radeon™ HD 5970 4GB Black Edition Limited graphics card has the firepower, the memory (4 GB GDDR5), the most in-demand features, and much, much more.







ASUS VH242H LCD / LED Monitor

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Eyes Full HD 1080p Display


• 23.6” 16:9 widescreen with 1920×1080 resolution enables borderless Full HD 1080p full-screen video display.


• Embedded HDMI simplifies cabling and provides pristine and stunning clarity multimedia experience together with PC, game consoles, Blu-ray Disc players, etc.


• Built-in hidden stereo speakers and SPDIF audio output enable audio enjoyment together with true-to-life Full HD visual.









How much should you spend on a new computer?

Comments Off Written on January 30th, 2013 by Admin
Categories: Computers and Electronics



People frequently ask us for advice when purchasing a new computer. Without getting into all the technical details of technical issues, such as is Intel better than AMD, the best place to start is price. When shopping for a computer many people start by trying to find out how little they can spend.

What you should look for when purchasing a computer is value. You want to get the most bang for your buck. The cheapest computer, however, is not the best value.


Finding value in a computer is analogous to finding value in any other product. The best value is usually not the cheapest product, nor is it the most expensive. We want to shoot for the mid-rangle. For example, if you look at cars, between a Kia, a Honda, and a BMW, the best value is the Honda. It costs about 15% more than the Kia, but it requires less maintenance, lasts longer, and runs better than the Kia. The BMW costs twice as much as the Honda, but could it possibly be twice the car? This generally holds true for everything from chocolate to jewlery.


Prices for a normal use computer generally range between $425 and $1500, before purchasing software such as Microsoft Office. At the low end of this scale you are going to get a computer with unimpressive performance and as new software places increasing demands on your computer, you’ll find this computer quickly degrading in performance and with it your satisfaction will go too. Within just a couple years you’ll be thinking of replacing it. If you move up the scale towards a more mid-range computer, such as one for $650 to $700, you’ll be purchasing a machine that will be zippier, crisper, last twice as long, and keep you happier and more productive the whole way through.


The longevity of a computer is very important. There are more costs involved in getting a new computer than just the price of the computer. New computers require setup, your documents, photos and music all have to be moved from your old computer, and all adjusting the computer to get it to the point that it works efficiently and easily for you takes time. Whether at home or in the office, a new computer is a distraction. This is one of the major reasons that when buying a new computer you want to plan for value over the long term.

A computer that lasts longer saves you time and energy, and keeps you happier and more productive along the way.








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