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Where to buy custom built PC's with the spec listed below?

kemo Avatar
7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
I have a project that I am doing at present that involves building 16 PC's for an office.

Spec Required is:

Case
PSU
System board
160g/b HDD
2ghz CPU
1GB Ram
DVD Rom or R/W Drive
No O/S required as company will be using their own

Budget £150 per machine


Can anyone point me in the direction where I can buy the above within budget.

Thank you for your help. Rep will be added.
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7y, 7m agoPosted 7 years, 7 months ago
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banned#1
For a case Novatech have some great cases for £29.99 with a PSU....
#2
flibberdyjiibbet
For a case Novatech have some great cases for £29.99 with a PSU....



Great start, thanks m8. Rep added :thumbsup:
#3
Hmm, always be sure to check ebuyer. I built a budget PC for...£120. Their prices fluctuate on a daily basis. Let me see what I can find.
PSU/Case £23: http://ebuyer.com/search?sort=pricelow&ca321=With+PSU&store=2&cat=23&limit=10&page=1
Mobo £32: http://ebuyer.com/search?sort=pricelow&store=2&cat=14&limit=10&page=1
DVD: £7.50: http://ebuyer.com/search?sort=pricelow&store=2&cat=27&limit=10&page=1
HD: £28.41: http://ebuyer.com/search?page=1&store=2&cat=4&subcat=1090
RAM: £8: http://ebuyer.com/search?sort=pricelow&store=2&cat=3&limit=10&page=1
Pro: £30 http://ebuyer.com/search?sort=pricelow&store=2&cat=22&limit=10&page=1

That's under £130.

So you can afford to get a dual core processor with that and a nicer case, or the non-value RAM. Although value works just fine. It's in several machines I've made.
Up to you really.
#4
Huh..? My post is missing. I just found a load of components for you..and posted it..

Any way, a short version of what I posted:
Use Ebuyer.com You can make a system for less than £130 with basic components, however if you got a £150 you can get the non-value stuff or a dual core processor. =)

If you want I'll help you find the components if you need them posted.
#5
Here you go as it's for a company i have put 2 prices in without VAT £131.35 & With VAT £151.09

It has a Dual Core CPU and a lot faster then 2ghz, you could get this for £20 if you get really cheap bits and slower CPU but I have made it £20 cheaper then what you have (If you dont pay VAT) and £1 more if you do, gve me a shout if you want a hand :) Ths was at ebuyer BTW

Casecom 6630 Black Midi Tower Case With Front Panel USB2.0/Audio - No PSU 119589 £12.99

Sumvision 350W PSU 20+4pin SATA - Retail Boxed 120673 £11.99

AMD Athlon 64 X2 5200+ Socket AM2 2.7GHz Energy Efficient L2 1MB (2x512KB) Retail Boxed Processor £43.77

Sapphire PE-AM2RS740G Pure 740G Socket AM2+ onboard VGA DVI 6 channel audio mATX Motherboard £36.95

Extra Value 1GB DDR2 667MHz PC5300 240pin Extra Value Ram £7.99

Maxtor STM3160318AS 160GB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 8MB Cache – OEM £28.41

LiteOn 52x32x52x16x CDRW & DVD-Rom Combo Drive IDE Bare Black - OEM £8.99

£131.35

With VAT £151.09
#6
Thanks guys. Rep added!!
#7
Here you go as requested :) I have changed the case and PSU which save a couple of £ and changed the Dual Core CPU to a single core 2.7ghz Athlon, I would not have a semporan at all. So now I have saved you £537.12 to make the price £116.43 without VAT & £133.92 with VAT, Feel free to send me a xbox 360 game you dont want lol


Sapphire PE-AM2RS740G Pure 740G Socket AM2+ onboard VGA DVI 6 channel audio mATX Motherboard 160824 £36.95

Extra Value 1GB DDR2 667MHz PC5300 240pin Extra Value Ram £7.99

Maxtor STM3160318AS 160GB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 8MB Cache - OEM £28.41

LiteOn 52x32x52x16x CDRW & DVD-Rom Combo Drive IDE Bare Black - OEM £8.99

Casecom Beige Mid Tower Case - With 400W 20+4pin 1x SATA PSU £22.99

AMD Athlon 64 LE-1640 2.7GHz Energy Efficient Socket AM2 512KB L2 Cache Retail Boxed Processor £28.59

£116.43

£133.92
banned#8
For your budget I deffinately go with the Athlon 64, decent power for a budget price, with 2gb memory and this board it'll kick ass for only £70, you coule always upgrade certain areas....I would deffinately go with 2gb min of ram as in an office PC you'll see the difference

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/CPUs+%2F+Processors/AMD/Socket+AM2/AMD+Athlon%E2%84%A2+LE-1620+2.4GHz+[oem%2C+AM2]+?productId=35806

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Motherboards/Socket+AM2%2B+%28AMD%29/Gigabyte+GA-M61PME-S2P+AM2%2B+Motherboard+AM3+ready.+?productId=36615

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/Arianet+1GB+PC2-5300+DDR2+SDRAM+?productId=28542
#9
flibberdyjiibbet
For your budget I deffinately go with the Athlon 64, decent power for a budget price, with 2gb memory and this board it'll kick ass for only £70, you coule always upgrade certain areas....I would deffinately go with 2gb min of ram as in an office PC you'll see the difference

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/CPUs+%2F+Processors/AMD/Socket+AM2/AMD+Athlon%E2%84%A2+LE-1620+2.4GHz+[oem%2C+AM2]+?productId=35806

http://www.aria.co.uk/Products/Components/Motherboards/Socket+AM2%2B+%28AMD%29/Gigabyte+GA-M61PME-S2P+AM2%2B+Motherboard+AM3+ready.+?productId=36615

http://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/Arianet+1GB+PC2-5300+DDR2+SDRAM+?productId=28542


Good post :)

OP I would go for the CPU I put in, as you will tell the difference, the memory is cheap and would save you £20 after buying the amount you are but go for my M/B to save you the pennies
banned#10
Chuckles1001
Good post :)

OP I would go for the CPU I put in, as you will tell the difference, the memory is cheap and would save you £20 after buying the amount you are but go for my M/B to save you the pennies


I agree, the CPU you posted is better but £3 more, there'll probably be enough bucks left for that upgrade, i'd go with the motherboard and ram I chose though, better on board graphics and lets face it budget ram is budget ram so may aswell go for the cheapest
banned#11
You mnight wanna find out about networking, they'll likely only have 10/100 but if on the off chance (like my office) they have gigabit then you'll need a motherboard with gigabit support
#12
Thank you all guys for the info. Rep left for all the information that you've suggested.
#13
flibberdyjiibbet
I agree, the CPU you posted is better but £3 more, there'll probably be enough bucks left for that upgrade, i'd go with the motherboard and ram I chose though, better on board graphics and lets face it budget ram is budget ram so may aswell go for the cheapest


so for the £3 extra for the CPU you would get yours, but the nearly £4 for your M/B is ok??? lol
I would rather get the cheaper M/B and better CPU then better M/B and cheaper CPU as the faster CPU will be just as fast in both, and the same price for either combination, but the faster CPU and cheaper M/B will b e faster then the other way round.

For what the OP wants I would go for my M/B still and my CPU, but your cheap RAM as cheap RAM is cheap RAM, I totally agree lol

Also I agree with you about the Gigalan but i dont think its that important if the company did not mention they wanted it.
#14
£2 extra for a black case instead of normal PC box colour ;) lol
#15
Cheers Chuckles you have been most helpful
#16
kemo
Cheers Chuckles you have been most helpful


your very much welcome, jsut dont forget my 360 game when your earning the bucks lol

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