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Description Intel Core Duo E6700
Cache 2MB
Clockspeed 3.20Ghz
Manufacturer Intel
No. of Cores 2

Memory
Speed 1333Mhz
Description 2 x 2GB DDR3 1333Mhz Memory

Case
Dimensions 402*180*410
Drive Bays 5 1/4" 4
Drive Bays 3 1/2" 2
Description ATX Tower Case With 400w PSU
Colour Black

Motherboard
Form Factor Micro ATX (9.6"x 7.7")
CPU Support Supports LGA 775 for Intel Core 2 Quad, Core 2 Duo, Pentium Dual-Core processors,Supports Intel 45nm multi-core CPU
Chipset Intel G41 & ICH7 Chipset Motherboard
Audio 5.1 channel by Realtek ALC662
IO 1 x PS/2 keyboard port
1 x PS/2 mouse port
1 x VGA port
1 x Audio jack supports 3 jacks
4 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x RJ45 LAN port
1 x Serial port
LAN Gigabit LAN by Realtek 8111DL
Socket Type 775
USB 4
SATA Ports 4
IDE Ports 1
PCI 2
PCI-EX 1* PCIe x16 slot
# 1* PCIe x1 slot
Memory Slots 2
Max Memory Capacity 8GB
Description Intel GMA 4500 Graphics
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shuttsies#1
great deal!!
aamir007#2
Hot! pretty ace deal.
Picard123#3
400W PSU?
Faythur 1 Like #4
For once, a company which does not stick it's arm in for delivery. Just £1.99 plus VAT is impressive to N Ireland for such a size [and weight] of package.

Looks like a great deal to me if you just wanted a 'standard' PC. Only needs a hard drive and DVD writer to complete.
Samueltastic#5
^ and Windows
Faythur#6
Picard123
400W PSU?

Not a problem for the sort of market it's aimed at. oh, and wattage is not the be all and end all of a PSU.

If you want something a bit 'better' then they have this i3 deal as well for £255.31 plus delivery.

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/barebones/Novatech/BB-I3544GA.html
Faythur#7
Samueltastic
^ and Windows

Aye :)

Not a problem for anyone 'into' computers I would have thought.........

Or of course you could go down the [open source] Ubuntu route...

Edited By: Faythur on Jan 16, 2011 16:58
welshblob#8
Samueltastic
^ and Windows


oooo contentious ;-)
jtx#9
Thought it worth mentioning as posted above there are other cheaper or more expensive options if this system isn't quite what you want.

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/barebones.html
Yomanda#10
Wonder what price they could do it with a quad core?

Edited By: Yomanda on Jan 16, 2011 18:40
Samueltastic#11
Faythur


Not a problem for anyone 'into' computers I would have thought.........

Or of course you could go down the [open source] Ubuntu route...


Agreed ,

Ubuntu is very impressive. Put it on my old single core celleron laptop which was so slow with Vista on it, it was painful.

Now it loads faster than my I5 Windows 7 Desktop.
custardy#12
Yomanda
Wonder what price they could do it with a quad core?

http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/prods/barebones/Novatech/t.html

not that much different in spec?
Shonk#13
Aslong as its a true 400w it will be fine

Im running

Q6600 @ 3.6ghz
8 Gig DDR2
8800GT Overclocked
3 Samsung F3
1 DVD Recorder
1 Blu-Ray Drive
Akasa Internal Card Reader
3 140mm fans
2 120mm fans

All on an Akasa PaxPower 460
royals#14
jtx
Thought it worth mentioning as posted above there are other cheaper or more expensive options if this system isn't quite what you want.http://www.novatech.co.uk/novatech/barebones.html

yep i bought their i5 version a while ago, though it came with an antec 900-2 case....really good buy and they are a pretty good company
iKayZee#15
Looks good to me but i'm a PC noob unfortunately. I'm planning to get into PC gaming so can anyone recommend me a good PC? Would this be good enough to run Black Ops? I run SC2 on my MacBook Pro but the game sometimes lag so would prefer getting a good PC to run the game properly.

Any suggestions guys?

Heat added BTW:)
dantoe12#16
could i just take the HD out of my dell and put it straight in this with windows on there?
BritBrat#17
dantoe12
could i just take the HD out of my dell and put it straight in this with windows on there?

NO


You could get you key from Windows and install a fresh copy of windows on a new hard drive and try your key, but it may still not work as the key may be OEM.

Edited By: BritBrat on Jan 16, 2011 20:31
Abvance#18
Anyone bought stuff from Novatech, how are they as a company?
zombie 1 Like #19
dantoe12
could i just take the HD out of my dell and put it straight in this with windows on there?

It'll work, done it before.
richie999#20
dantoe12
could i just take the HD out of my dell and put it straight in this with windows on there?


I'd say yes mate, might need to update some drivers though.

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