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I`ve been looking to build myself a new desktop pc something that would be a good base to build on for gaming in the future,
I've run this system through pc parts picker and it come's in at
£596.74 plus over £30 in delivery charges,
being as myself and my partner work normal hours delivery's can be a pain as well so only having to get 1 parcel delivered is far easier than several.
the case gets good reviews and is fairly easy on the eye, pcu can be clocked at some point if you wanted,
if you wanted to use for gaming put in dedicated GPU and this thing should fly,
I have just e-mailed to find out if these come with all retail packaging or not (this seems to be the only possible negative to this deal as pointed out to me before some components come with 2,3,5 year warranties this unit comes with a 1 year collect and return warranty
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#1
ICE, ICE BABY ....
#2
Can I ask why? this is cheaper than building it yourself!
#3
This is a bad deal.
#4
I've just done a quick search on all components, price came up to £557.
#5
was that all including delivery or plus?
I only checked prices on parts picker.
#6
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold
1 Like #7
May want to change the title. I think most cold votes will be people seeing £580 for a barebones system when this isnt really a barebones system.
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rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold


Wrong way round mate with the SSD setup.

You want an SSD as the primary drive for OS and apps. Some fav games if poss.

Then use a secondary HDD for data storage and any other big games.
#9
Thousands like this on e-bay.Cold.
#10
eltigro
rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold

Wrong way round mate with the SSD setup.

You want an SSD as the primary drive for OS and apps. Some fav games if poss.

Then use a secondary HDD for data storage and any other big games.

This is the way to do it if you want to see the true benefits of low boot times.
1 Like #11
rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold


Also are you crazy or exaggerating, that you chucked a better PC out last week?

8GB ram no good for COD?

TROLLERS GUNNA TROLL
#12
rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold

Most of what you said isn't really true. I ran COD on 8GB of RAM and it ran fine so I don't know where you got that from. Secondly, and as others have said, you want an SSD as your primary drive for OS, Apps and maybe a few games, why on earth would you believe they wouldn't be good as a primary drive?

Additionally, CPU should be fine. I run a 4670k stock clock and everything runs fine and smooth with most modern games. I'll give you the graphics statement though, you will need a dedicated GPU and possibly another internal HDD.
#13
rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold


Yes the PC deal is cold.
But what are you talking about?!
#14
rachael125
I'm sorry but that PC is naff. I chucked a better spec one then that out last week. Ssd in my opinion are no good as a main hdd. As a secondary it's great for booting games faster etc or rendering etc. 600 quid and no graphics card low end CPU. And with 8gb memory you'll be lucky to run cod as it's ram dependant. Cold


COD runs great on 8gb and your opinion on SSD cards is nonsense. Sounds like you have no idea what you are talking about, so throwing away a PC with that specification is either a lie or you have more money that sense.

Just spotted why she is so negative. Of the 3 purchasable deals she has posted 2 were voted freezing and the other 1 only managed 22. Bitter or what.


Edited By: jdbigguy on Jul 19, 2014 17:45: Update
#15
In order to play cod smoothly its recommended you have 8gb of ram, or else you may get an error, had it myself so i know. I gave away a old i7 pc (about 4 yr old) fully working too.

When you play a game you don't want to play it on the lowest crappiest settings you want medium to high graphics, and as for the SSD i said in my opinion obviously everyone has different.
#16
rachael125
In order to play cod smoothly its recommended you have 8gb of ram, or else you may get an error, had it myself so i know. I gave away a old i7 pc (about 4 yr old) fully working too.

When you play a game you don't want to play it on the lowest crappiest settings you want medium to high graphics, and as for the SSD i said in my opinion obviously everyone has different.


Doesn't make you right though. You said 8GB wasn't enough now it is.

You said the CPU is slow, you do realise this 4690K is one of Intel's tip consumer desktop CPU's and your 'better' 4 year old i7 (most likely 1st gen) would not touch this.

But hey don't let facts get in a way of a silly story.
#17
rachael125
In order to play cod smoothly its recommended you have 8gb of ram, or else you may get an error, had it myself so i know. I gave away a old i7 pc (about 4 yr old) fully working too.

When you play a game you don't want to play it on the lowest crappiest settings you want medium to high graphics, and as for the SSD i said in my opinion obviously everyone has different.
arrrrrrrggggghhhh Hahahaha you are clueless you've been talking nonsense for the majority of your posts. COD isn't even the most graphically intensive game and it runs completely fine the recommended 8gb is at ultra settings. Sounds like you have issues with other parts of your system or rubbish ram.
#18
Cold because of v300 lol

:p
1 Like #19
Just got to agree with the majority here as they beat me to what i was going to say.

Not a good deal in many ways but Rachael is talking complete nonsense. She's clearly clueless about PC gaming.
#20
rachael125
In order to play cod smoothly its recommended you have 8gb of ram, or else you may get an error, had it myself so i know. I gave away a old i7 pc (about 4 yr old) fully working too.

When you play a game you don't want to play it on the lowest crappiest settings you want medium to high graphics, and as for the SSD i said in my opinion obviously everyone has different.

But why on earth would you think of having an SSD the other way round, please enlighten us as your opinion doesn't involve logic at the slightest. In addition, only ONE Call of Duty game recommends 8GB, even so, you could play it on 6GB or even 4GB. The whole of the series, bar Ghosts, recommends anywhere from 512mb RAM to 4GB depending on the game at hand.

I'm sorry but I really don't think you know what you're talking about frankly.

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