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@sud Try checking out [http://www.canadacomputers.com/|Canada computers] or [https://www.newegg.ca/|new egg] both sites have refurbs for cheap and may sometimes come with free shipping anythingshipping. Anything you look at on ebay and amazon are subject to US dollar exchange and end up costing up to 30% more for it . Check out local computer stores and mom and pop shops for a freebee. I know when I swap out hard drives I'm left with older ones whatthat I have no use for . You should also realize that you can use a 2.5 drive if you can come across one on the cheap you,you just need to get it fasten down as it will tend to move around as it spins . Also you You can also sometimes get great used parts from studios that do high end gaming or rendering (special effect studios)as there always upgrading there hardware and often just trash there old inventory . I have got render blades from a studio in Toronto that had third gen i7 processors and 24gb of ram that I used to made up a bunch of gaming computers for a local kids club that kick butt and cost next to nothing. You can also use [http://www.kijiji.ca/|Kijiji]to advertise your need for a part . put a want add in the computer section asking for a handout . You would be surprised at what people are willing to give away . You may have to take a whole computer to get the hard drive. You may also find your hard drive on Kijiji . Hope some of these ideas help
@sud Try checking out [http://www.canadacomputers.com/|Canada computers] or [https://www.newegg.ca/|new egg] both sites have refurbs for cheap and may sometimes come with free shipping anythingshipping. Anything you look at on ebay and amazon are subject to US dollar exchange and end up costing up to 30% more for it . Check out local computer stores and mom and pop shops for a freebee. I know when I swap out hard drives I'm left with older ones whatthat I have no use for . You should also realize that you can use a 2.5 drive if you can come across one on the cheap you,you just need to get it fasten down as it will tend to move around as it spins . Also you You can also sometimes get great used parts from studios that do high end gaming or rendering (special effect studios)as there always upgrading there hardware and often just trash there old inventory . I have got render blades from a studio in Toronto that had third gen i7 processors and 24gb of ram that I used to made up a bunch of gaming computers for a local kids club that kick butt and cost next to nothing. You can also use [http://www.kijiji.ca/|Kijiji]to advertise your need for a part . put a want add in the computer section asking for a handout . You would be surprised at what people are willing to give away . You may have to take a whole computer to get the hard drive. You may also find your hard drive on Kijiji . Hope some of these ideas help

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@sud Try checking out [http://www.canadacomputers.com/|Canada computers]orcomputers] or [https://www.newegg.ca/|new egg] both sites have refurbs for cheap and may sometimes come with free shipping anything you look at on ebay and amazon are subject to US dollar exchange and end up costing up to 30% more for it . Check out local computer stores and mom and pop shops for a freebee. I know when I swap out hard drives I'm left with older ones what I have no use for . You should also realize that you can use a 2.5 drive if you can come across one on the cheap you just need to get it fasten down as it will tend to move around as it spins . Also you can sometimes get great used parts from studios that do high end gaming or rendering (special effect studios)as there always upgrading there hardware and often just trash there old inventory . I have got render blades from a studio in Toronto that had third gen i7 processors and 24gb of ram that I used to made up a bunch of gaming computers for a local kids club that kick butt and cost next to nothing. You can also use [http://www.kijiji.ca/|Kijiji]to advertise your need for a part . put a want add in the computer section asking for a handout . You would be surprised at what people are willing to give away . You may have to take a whole computer to get the hard drive. You may also find your hard drive on Kijiji . Hope some of these ideas help
@sud Try checking out [http://www.canadacomputers.com/|Canada computers]orcomputers] or [https://www.newegg.ca/|new egg] both sites have refurbs for cheap and may sometimes come with free shipping anything you look at on ebay and amazon are subject to US dollar exchange and end up costing up to 30% more for it . Check out local computer stores and mom and pop shops for a freebee. I know when I swap out hard drives I'm left with older ones what I have no use for . You should also realize that you can use a 2.5 drive if you can come across one on the cheap you just need to get it fasten down as it will tend to move around as it spins . Also you can sometimes get great used parts from studios that do high end gaming or rendering (special effect studios)as there always upgrading there hardware and often just trash there old inventory . I have got render blades from a studio in Toronto that had third gen i7 processors and 24gb of ram that I used to made up a bunch of gaming computers for a local kids club that kick butt and cost next to nothing. You can also use [http://www.kijiji.ca/|Kijiji]to advertise your need for a part . put a want add in the computer section asking for a handout . You would be surprised at what people are willing to give away . You may have to take a whole computer to get the hard drive. You may also find your hard drive on Kijiji . Hope some of these ideas help

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@sud Try checking out [http://www.canadacomputers.com/|Canada computers]or [https://www.newegg.ca/|new egg] both sites have refurbs for cheap and may sometimes come with free shipping anything you look at on ebay and amazon are subject to US dollar exchange and end up costing up to 30% more for it . Check out local computer stores and mom and pop shops for a freebee. I know when I swap out hard drives I'm left with older ones what I have no use for . You should also realize that you can use a 2.5 drive if you can come across one on the cheap you just need to get it fasten down as it will tend to move around as it spins . Also you can sometimes get great used parts from studios that do high end gaming or rendering (special effect studios)as there always upgrading there hardware and often just trash there old inventory . I have got render blades from a studio in Toronto that had third gen i7 processors and 24gb of ram that I used to made up a bunch of gaming computers for a local kids club that kick butt and cost next to nothing. You can also use [http://www.kijiji.ca/|Kijiji]to advertise your need for a part . put a want add in the computer section asking for a handout . You would be surprised at what people are willing to give away . You may have to take a whole computer to get the hard drive. You may also find your hard drive on Kijiji . Hope some of these ideas help

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