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Gaming PC - Budget - £600

joncfc Avatar
6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
As the title says really, I'm looking for a off the shelf pc which will run everything on high settings for the next year.

Are there any good offers around?

Also please don't waste my time by suggesting I build my own.

Cheers
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6y, 3w agoPosted 6 years, 3 weeks ago
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#1
Try ebay item 330508275974

Edited By: mittu1 on Dec 23, 2010 14:28
#2
Dont waste your time thinking you can buy a PC that can run all games and software apps on High settings for a year lol
#4
are they supposed to be a bad company though?
#5
The PSU will be a dodgy Cit 500 or worse & will do Jack for a good graphics card.

http://www.overclock.co.uk/product/CIT-500Watt-Gold-Silent-120mm-PSU---Retail_157.html
#6
WheresMeNuts
The PSU will be a dodgy Cit 500 or worse & will do Jack for a good graphics card.

http://www.overclock.co.uk/product/CIT-500Watt-Gold-Silent-120mm-PSU---Retail_157.html


Unless something better comes along i am looking at getting this pc

would the Coolermaster Hyper TX3 or the Thermaltake Frio be better? I assume the other two are overkill...
#7
Definitely change the standard PSU.
DinoPC even recommends it if you look at their customisation page
Click on the 'Help me choose' button if you need some general guidance,

With regards to the upgraded CPU cooler - You don't really need it (unless you're planning on OCing). Sure you could have it, but why not save the money or put it towards the better PSU or a better graphics card.

As to whether the company is any good. I have heard good and bad. Having said that I heard good and bad about Dell, Acer etc etc. You pays your money... What I would say is pay with a credit card to protect yourself. In these economic times you never know. I heard that even banks can get the runs.. ;)



Edited By: Chocka on Dec 24, 2010 16:50: Typo

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