Acer Aspire M3802 Desktop, Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.5GHz, 6GB RAM, 2TB HDD, DVDRW, Windows 7 Home Premium - £439.57 delivered at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 2.5GHz
6GB RAM
2TB HDD
DVD Writer
Intel GMA X4500
Windows 7 Home Premium

The Aspire M3802 Desktop sports a striking glossy black exterior that will add a touch of class to any room of your house. What's more, this desktop packs a powerful processor, top-level graphics and a host of practical features to fulfill all of your entertainment and everyday computing needs.

The Aspire M3802 offers the latest quad-core processor, expandable up to 8GB of DDR2 memory, and second-generation PCI Express® deliver beautiful entertainment and efficient multitasking. A multi-in-1 card reader and 10 USB ports make it easy to manipulate and share your files. And with a massive 2TB of hard drive space, you have ample room to keep all you want.

The handsome Aspire M3802 showcases a blue L-strip hard disk drive LED and easy-to-access USB and audio ports on top. Also on top is a covered storage deck for conveniently stowing cables and other items.
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#1
Nice spec, shame about the graphics but at that price you can easily buy one to put in yourself.
#2
A lot of PC there, hot.
#3
Cold from me i'm afraid.

You can buy the same components (but better quality) for the same price.

(better) Case with (much better) PSU, £50,
CPU £110,
Motherboard £35,
HDD £75,
RAM £95,
Win7 £65,

Total: £430
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TehJumpingJawa
Cold from me i'm afraid.You can buy the same components (but better quality) for the same price.(better) Case with (much better) PSU, £50,CPU £110,Motherboard £35,HDD £75,RAM £95,Win7 £65,Total: £430

How are the same components be of better quality? To me, an Intel 8300 is of equivalent quality whether it is in an Acer PC or bought elsewhere. By the same token, Windows 7 is Windows 7. I'm not sure why the board, PSU, HDD and RAM is better quality as you havn't listed the models you specified nor the model numbers within this PC. Or are the components the same with one set being of higher quality than the other?


Edited By: ElliottC on Aug 25, 2010 13:57: .
#5
TehJumpingJawa
Cold from me i'm afraid.You can buy the same components (but better quality) for the same price.(better) Case with (much better) PSU, £50,CPU £110,Motherboard £35,HDD £75,RAM £95,Win7 £65,Total: £430

Even at that, you'd be paying £9.57 for someone to build it, deliver it and a warranty. Just makes this deal hotter imo.
#6
ollieh1
Nice spec, shame about the graphics but at that price you can easily buy one to put in yourself.


You'd really need to upgrade the PSU too, it's only got a 250w one, and it's probably some cheapo generic one too.
#8
Old technology
Old processor
DDR2 Ram
Etc
#9
Not sure where your link goes Davidben83
#10
It is eBay. Before i get shot, I am not saying that I would get this specific PC but I am saying that this is what is out there, with a one year warranty for this price. If you put ebay where the asteriks are, it shoudl work
#11
BillyShocker
TehJumpingJawa
Cold from me i'm afraid.You can buy the same components (but better quality) for the same price.(better) Case with (much better) PSU, £50,CPU £110,Motherboard £35,HDD £75,RAM £95,Win7 £65,Total: £430


Even at that, you'd be paying £9.57 for someone to build it, deliver it and a warranty. Just makes this deal hotter imo.


Offset that by the shoddy components you'll get, and a hardware configuration that nobody in their right mind would choose for a self-build with what is available today.

In my opnion a full system needs to be significantly cheaper than the individual components for it to be a hot deal. (e.g. this, this, this, or this)



Edited By: TehJumpingJawa on Aug 25, 2010 16:20: ...
#12
I'd rather pay the extra & have the Acer brand name on it, as the name will make it worth more when selling on.

I also prefer the brand names that come with their recovery/restore discs as well, just makes it so much easier when re-installing the software after a crash.

Hot from me.
#13
Yeah have to agree with TehJumpingJawa old and Davidben83 its an old spec for what you can buy and build yourself you could buy an i3 comp for about the same money and have faster Ram, better PSU, better processor and better motherboard.

intel Core i3 530 2.93GHz
ASUS P7H55-M H55
Samsung SH-S223L 22x DVD±RW DL & RAM
Casecom 6630 Black/Silver Mid Tower Case with 450W 24pin SATA PSU
Corsair 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 1600MHz XMS3 Memory Kit
Hitachi Deskstar 2TB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 32MB Cache - OEM

That above components wise would cost you 397 in total.. and 465... with windows 7. so cold for me.
#14
Whats a good site for a non techy person to read that kind of puts things (memory, HDD, CPU's ) into a nutshell for buyers to be aware of?
banned#15
This is fine for someone who doesn't want to build their own.

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