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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
right i am after a good pc and it must have

.quad core q6600 processor/or better:whistling:
.320 hd
.2gb ram
.minimum 256 8600gt

i saw a deal that mike t posted a few months ago that was a 9200 with all the above and more for £611 ! but now dell have stopped the 9200 and i cant get a vostro with a quad core processor:-( so can anyone help me?:thumbsup: no tft is required but if there is a great deal with 1 included then thats ok:oops:
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9y, 1m agoPosted 9 years, 1 month ago
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#1
anyone ??
#2
better looking here for quad core deals

think this meets your spec

http://www.meshcomputers.com/Default.aspx?PAGE=PRODUCTVIEWPAGE&USG=PRODUCT&ENT=PRODUCT&KEY=228125

Full Specification


Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Q6600 Quad Core Processor(2.4GHz,8MB Cache,1066MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium Edition
New MESH Midi-TowerATX Case + 550W PSU
PCI-Express Mainboard - SLI nForce 650i SLI(C55) - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad-Core - ATX
2GB DDR2 667MHz ( 2 x 1GB Samsung )
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
LightScribe Super Format 18x Dual Layer DVD Writer +R/-R/RW/RAM
256MB nVIDIA GeForce 8600 GT - Dual DVI, HDTV, TV-Out
19" Widescreen LCD TFT Display with internal speakers
5.1 High Definition onboard sound card - 6 Channel Cinema sound
Logitech S500 - 5.1 Speakers with Subwoofer
Logitech Cordless Keyboard & Cordless Optical Mouse
Free Microsoft® Works® 8.5 + 60 Days Microsoft Office Trial
BullGuard Internet Security 7.0 -AntiVirus/Firewall/Backup/Spamfilter - 90 day trial
Multi-format Memory Card Reader
Gold - 2 Years On Site Service - UK Mainland Only (Repairline ltd Warranty)


If you call them they will remove monitor and reduce the price if you prefer bringing it down to around £600
#3
Why don't you build 1 yourself miles cheaper that way plus even i could do it and i didn't have a clue when i 1st started building mine.
#4
ginge51
Why don't you build 1 yourself miles cheaper that way plus even i could do it and i didn't have a clue when i 1st started building mine.


How much you think you could build the above for? then take into account 2 year on site warranty and time and hassle for those unable to do this.
#5
Heres a nice rig bit pricey though.
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-041-OK&groupid=43&catid=963&subcat=
Intel Core 2 DUO E6600 2.40GHz Dual Core CPU Overclocked too a minimum of 2.93GHz and beyond. (9 x 333MHz - 1333MHz FSB)
- Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro Intel approved cooler
- Arctic Silver 5 Heatsink compound professionally hand installed by our technicians
- Abit IP35 Intel P35 (Socket LGA775) PCI-Express DDR2 Motherboard
- Award winning Corsair 6400C4 2GB PC2-6400 CAS4 (2x1GB) Dual Channel Kit (Overclocked at 900MHz+)
- 500GB Western Digital Enterprise 16MB Cache SATA-2 Hard Drive
- NVIDIA 8800 GTS 640MB GDDR3 VIVO HDTV/Dual DVI (PCI-Express) DirectX 10 Graphics Card
- NEC 7173 18x DVD±RW Dual Layer LabelFlash ReWriter (Black)
- Black Sony Floppy Drive
- Antec NINE HUNDRED Gamers ATX Case
- OCZ 600W Next Generation Power Supply

Note - All Ultima systems are built and installed on demand, during busy periods this may cause a delay of between 24 and 48 hours in despatching your order. The Ultima can be supplied assembled with or without your choice of installed operating system but is supplied without keyboard, mouse, speakers or monitor (all of which are available elsewhere in this on-line store
£851.88 inc VAT
banned#6
As a base unit only (no monitor etc) I could build that for around £450-£500
#7
col
How much you think you could build the above for? then take into account 2 year on site warranty and time and hassle for those unable to do this.

You get warranty for every piece of equipment you put in you're case ie if you buy a powersupply if It's agood one your'll get a 3 years warrenty.
If you buy a gfx card from bfg your'll get a LIFETIME warrenty.
Building the system like the one i listed above this post yourself i reckon you could get it for under 500 pounds ,some of the stuff won't as expensive as the stuff in the bundle but it will be as good as.
banned#8
Maybe even a little lower...
you should defo build yourself. I ordered a q6600 today to fit in my comp, much cheaper than buying a built system
#9
codename8778
As a base unit only (no monitor etc) I could build that for around £450-£500

Exacly mate that's why i never buy fully built comps from pc computer sellars there after profit afterall.
#10
ginge51
Exacly mate that's why i never buy fully built comps from pc computer sellars there after profit afterall.


And the people selling you the components are giving them away :roll:

You couldn't build the above spec for less than £500. And you may get warranty with components but that isn't on-site support unless Im mistaken.
banned#11
tru tru.
q6600 £160
Arctic Cooler 7 £12
decent 2gb kit £40
8600gt £50
320GB £50
PSU £30
Case £30
DVD RW £15
Decent 775 Mobo £60

less than £450

check ebuyer.com
#12
Ok where is wireless keyboard / mouse £20
Speakers £35

Memory Card Reader, Vista premium, 2 firewire ports?

Does this not take you nearer £600 ?
banned#13
tomvilla
right i am after a good pc and it must have

.quad core q6600 processor/or better:whistling:
.320 hd
.2gb ram
.minimum 256 8600gt

i saw a deal that mike t posted a few months ago that was a 9200 with all the above and more for £611 ! but now dell have stopped the 9200 and i cant get a vostro with a quad core processor:-( so can anyone help me?:thumbsup: no tft is required but if there is a great deal with 1 included then thats ok:oops:


I was answering his initial post
#14
codename8778
I was answering his initial post


OP didn't request individual parts to build a pc though.
banned#15
he said he was after a good pc thats all, im just advising him of other options
#16
codename8778
he said he was after a good pc thats all, im just advising him of other options


Fair enough, I just don't see the huge savings thats all :)

Maybe OP wants to build one who knows?
#17
many thanks for your comments and sugestions will look into all the above:thumbsup:
#18
never thought of building one ! i have a case and all that and i know that i would have to uprade the motherboard processor and ram but would it be a case of just swapping over all the old stuff and replacing it with the new?
banned#19
Yes you should. I find that if you have the confidence to build a comp for the first time, you will always save though. I have dual 19 inch monitors, with a great keyboard, mouse, speakers, a modded case with silent akasa fans etc. I also have 1.2tb of storage and e sony dvd-rw. I find when i want to upgrade to the latest technology its peanuts because at most i have to upgrade the cpu, mobo, memory and graphics. I upgraded from an older athlon setup to a core 2 quad, asus mobo, 4gb ocz 800mhz mem and 8800gts graphics for £400 minus £80 i sold my old stuff for.
#20
col
And the people selling you the components are giving them away :roll:

You couldn't build the above spec for less than £500. And you may get warranty with components but that isn't on-site support unless Im mistaken.

No there not giving them away where did i say that?
I could build myself nice rig here.

Intel Core 2 Duo E6600 (2.4ghz) Socket 775 FSB1066 4MB Cache Retail Boxed Processor 112706 121 in stock £116.59

BFG 8800GTS OC2 320MB GDDR3 Dual DVI TVO PCI-E Graphics Card 131673 50 in stock £165.94

Asus P5L Socket 775 I945p onboard audio Fsb1066 SATA ATX 117636 12 in stock £37.69

Crucial 2GB DDR2 533MHz/PC2-4200 Memory Unbuffered Non ECC CL4 1.8V 119263 14 in stock £59.42

Casecom Black/Silver Mid Tower Case - No PSU - Front Blue LED 120mm Fan - With Side Window 115480 411 in stock £15.31

Arctic Power 600W PSU - With PCI-E, SATA, 20+4, ATX12V, 8pin +12V Connectors - Retail Boxed 124926 40 in stock £26.92

Western Digital WD1600AAJS 160GB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 8MB Cache - OEM 128708 146 in stock £27.36

LG GSA-H55NBAL 20x DVD±RW/DL/RAM IDE Black Bare Drive - OEM 132560 159 in stock £13.99

Shipping Charge:£0.00
Subtotal:£463.22
VAT:£81.09
Total: £544.31

A little over 500 pounds but not by much i could get it under 500 with a diffrent mem stick etc.
But much cheaper them overclockers 850+ price.

Link:http://orders.ebuyer.com/customer/shopping/index.html?action=c2hvd2NhcnQ%3D

If you want a decent moniter that does 1440x900 resolution for 111.62 inc VAT then the total comes to £655.93 :)
#21
ginge51
Exacly mate that's why i never buy fully built comps from pc computer sellars there after profit afterall.


Does every business not try and make a profit?

Do companies like ebuyer not make money selling you components and the people making the components not also make money?

All businesses aim to make a profit not just Fully built PC sellers! Thats my point.
#22
If you guys can build pcs, why don't you build some and put them on the for sale forum...just an idea :)
banned#23
As soon as you try to make a reasonable profit then nobody is really saving anything then, better buying from a manufacturer. The price of components drop so fast that its also a danger to buy stuff in incase you cant sell it. Building is perfect if you want to build yourself or for someone close to you (I've built around 6 systems now)

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