Base Unit 8800GT 512mb, 4GB Ram, Vista Prem. 64, E6550 Processor 558.12 Delivered!!! - HotUKDeals
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I have been wanting to build a base unit for ages but i just cant do it cheaper than this deal from cyber power it requires some alteration to the standard spec but wow its a hell of a pc!!

1. Change processor to the core2duo E6550
2. Spec up to Asus P5N-E Motherboard
3. Change Monitor to None
4. Spec down to 320gb 7200rpm 16mb HDD
5. Change Speakers to none
6. Chane Keyboard and Mouse to None
7. Add to cart and choose Standard Next Day UK Mainland Delivery (Free one)

Price should be (including delivery & VAT) £558.12
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#1
Update Free Delivery Ends on 14/03/2008 @ 11:59pm but still only a tenner for delivery after then, and if you can build with these specs and include Vista premium 64bit for less let me know please otherwise im placing an order for this!!
#2
does anyone know if this will be powerful enough to browse the internet?
#3
not u again this pc will be able to play Crysis maybe not on full but not still at a good level no doubt!
#4
Seems a low spec for the price to be honest. Mine cost less then this and I have a higher spec processor.

Yes its ample for internet surfing.
#5
like i said where from?????? dont forget this has a 3 year warranty too
#6
This case is also super quiet and has noise prevention foam it costs 70 quid on its own from internet shops!!
#7
#8
not bad but it does cost a fair bit more and most games are not that cpu intensive core2duo is more than capable matched with a real good graphics card
#9
Have to agree for the stated spec the price is really expensive.
#10
expensive how so? try and build with these parts and see how much it costs!
#11
not sure but i followed your instructions and ended up with a price a tenner more
At that price its about 20 more than the parts from ebuyer but a good price for a prebuilt system with a decent warrenty but that all depends on the company which are a bit of an unknown factor preventing me from goin hot on this on but no cold either
personally i think its a system built round sales point numbers and lacks in the features i would expect at that price range such as a named brand graphics card and a raid kit on the hdd setup
#12
yeah it took me a while to get that price its easy to miss something but i promise you it does cost this, if there is a better deal on the internet for this price or less i havent seen it, I WISH SOMEONE WOULD POINT ONE OUT!!

Cyber power are good if u go on computer shoppers website u can find reviews of their products.
#13
I'm voting cold because it's not a dell......;-)



It's not bad for the price, but not that special either, so I'll just null my vote.
#14
oh and the only way you can build cheaper is by dropping the case to a cheaper one i have been on ebuyer!
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jukkie
I'm voting cold because it's not a dell......;-)



It's not bad for the price, but not that special either, so I'll just null my vote.


ha id like to compare this motherboard to a dell's any day!
#16
I think this is a decent spec for the price. Although you could probably build the same spec pc for 20 quid max less, you firstly dont have the hassle of building it in the first place and you won't have a 3 year warranty on the whole system. Voted hot, just cos it's not a Dell

BTW - what is the obsession with DELL? I don't understand it or is it meant to be a HUKD joke I've not picked up on? Everyone knows Dell is pants that's why they are cheap.
#17
kknb0800
I think this is a decent spec for the price. Although you could probably build the same spec pc for 20 quid max less, you firstly dont have the hassle of building it in the first place and you won't have a 3 year warranty on the whole system. Voted hot, just cos it's not a Dell

BTW - what is the obsession with DELL? I don't understand it or is it meant to be a HUKD joke I've not picked up on? Everyone knows Dell is pants that's why they are cheap.


its because they have a deal like every other day!!! lol

I think its a hot deal not major hot but its certainly the best pc offer i can find or that anyone else can for this or less money as no-one has shown me a better deal!
#18
haha ok, now I see.

Totally agree, not majorly hot but good for the price especially for people that wouldn't even know how to build a pc in the first place.
#19
You can get an XPS 420 with a Q6600, 8800GT 512, 500GB, 2GB for £524 delivered from the Dell Outlet store but free delivery ends today. It has a 1 year on-site warranty I believe.

Note: For £555 you get an upgrade to 640GB and 3GB.
#20
Agharta
You can get an XPS 420 with a Q6600, 8800GT 512, 500GB, 2GB for £524 delivered from the Dell Outlet store but free delivery ends today. It has a 1 year on-site warranty I believe.

Note: For £555 you get an upgrade to 640GB and 3GB.


ok, thanks thats not bad!
#21
Voted cold. The Dell XPS and DinoPC models posted in this thread both represent better bargains in my opinion.

It's still a good find mind you. Just a bit unlucky that other companies happen to be offering more on the same day.
#22
Agharta
You can get an XPS 420 with a Q6600, 8800GT 512, 500GB, 2GB for £524 delivered from the Dell Outlet store but free delivery ends today. It has a 1 year on-site warranty I believe.

Note: For £555 you get an upgrade to 640GB and 3GB.


Aren't we meant to compare like for like?
#23
Standard PSU - wouldnt trust it given the options you have in the list - Build your own is a cheaper/specialist way to do it to give you the best overall performance...
#24
hi guys.....

i have a dell XPS 420...and my spec is to die for...and i got it for a very great price....this is my spec and price...

Q6600 2.4ghz
3gb ram (only 667mhz) wasnt prepard 2 pay an extra £170 for 4gb 800mhz
2x 500gb hdd (1TB) in raid 0
8800GTX 768mb
BLU-RAY recorder 4x
Bluetooth +19-1 media card reader
Media excelerator
Tv Tuner with remote.
X-Fi extreme gamer
Wi-fi
Mx 3200 mouse & keyboard
speakers and subwoofer ..(only cheap but was free)
Adobe premier elements 4
Adobe soundbooth
Adobe photoshop elements 6

+ 3 year accidental damage warranty..
+ 1 XPS onsite warranty..

and i paid £1,030.19p

and i have also got £41 to come from quidco

if you take off the 3 yr accidental dame it waould of about £910..

i got this in the new year sale and just made it by 1 day ...otherwise this baby would of cost me £1300
and i had the 10% discount..

i think i had a very good deal on this dell and i have had it now for 5 weeks and to be honest im soooooooooo glad i got it now....

i just priced up the exact same pc as mine and i got it to £1,243.00

so i saved over £200 + quidco to come back aswell so i paid under a grand for mine...

i have played crysis and completed it 3 times....and i have to say i was blown away on a 22in hd i had it on 1280x1024 everything on max..and i had it on 4x AA

only lag i had was when there was a major fire fight ..and that would last about 4 seconds ...and i was easly getting over 30fps.

to get the no lag at all i just droped the res down 1 or 2...graphics i have to say was mind blowing..speacialy when you get in the tank and blow the other tanks up ..when they blew up ..and you see the smoke trails bellowing off the burning reck (you see it better at the end of game on the battleship when you fight main boss)...the light beams .,..was ok aswell but to get better light beams i think you may need to go SLI...the shadowing ...well i was gobsmacked...it took me of 40 hours to comple the game first time ...cus i just stood there looking at the visuals...lol..


but anyway ...dont knock the dell xps.....but ay ...i would now instead by the XPS 630 as that overclockable and come with a sli motherboard....

all the best with your pc
#25
oh and i VOTED COLD>>>>

and the warranty for this is only standard....you have to pay all postage costs...you can get an XPS 420 for the same price with better spec...apart from 64 bit...but who needs that yet anyway ...hardly any drivers out for 64bit vista..
#26
lewis1232
expensive how so? try and build with these parts and see how much it costs!


I have built with better parts and it cost me LESS! :p
#27
If anyone is thinking of buying from cyberpower you'd be much better off basing your system around the Gamer infinity 850.

http://www.cyberpowersystem.co.uk/system/gamer_infinity_850/

Upgrade the CPU to a Core 2 Duo E8400 (which is free). Remove the monitor, keyboard, mouse and speakers and you'll end up with a system like this for £433.58 delivered.

# CAS: Coolermaster Elite 330 Midi Tower 420W Black
# CPU: (Sckt775)Intel® Core™ 2 Duo E8400 @ 3.0GHz 1333FSB 6MB L2 Cache 64-bit
# CD: SONY DUAL FORMAT 18X DVD±R/±RW + CD-R/RW DRIVE DUAL LAYER (BLACK COLOR)
# HDD: Single Hard Drive (160GB SATA-II 3.0Gb/s 8MB Cache 7200RPM HDD)
# MOTHERBOARD: (QX9650 support) Asus P5K SE Intel P35 Chipset LGA775 FSB1333 DDR2/800 Mainboard w/GbLAN,USB2.0,&7.1Audio
# MEMORY: (Req.DDR2 MainBoard)2GB (2x1GB) PC6400 DDR2/800 Dual Channel Memory (OCZ Value Select or Major Brand)
# OS: Microsoft® Windows Vista™ Home Premium w/ Service Pack 1 (32-bit Edition)
# POWERSUPPLY: STANDARD CASE POWER SUPPLY
# SOUND: HIGH DEFINITION ON-BOARD 5.1 AUDIO
# VIDEO: NVIDIA GeForce 9600GT 512MB 16X PCI Express Video Card (Major Brand Power by NVIDIA)
# WARRANTY: STANDARD WARRANTY: 3-YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY PLUS LIFE-TIME TECHNICAL SUPPORT

Bit of a small hard drive I know but that's easily upgraded for a few extra quid if needed, an absolute bargin of a system.

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