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Built-up Desktop Intel Dual-Core 2.5 GHz, 2GB RAM, 640 GB WD, 256MB GFX card AND 19" Monitor only £327 delivered from eBuyer!! £327.04

£327.04 @ Ebuyer
This might look a bit different as it's a combination of parts I recently bought from eBuyer to build a computer for myself. The cheapest price (even from Dell Outlet) could not match the parts itself…
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8y, 4m agoFound 8 years, 4 months ago
This might look a bit different as it's a combination of parts I recently bought from eBuyer to build a computer for myself. The cheapest price (even from Dell Outlet) could not match the parts itself, so I call it a bargain! I can confirm building a computer will definitely save you at least £100. The display is extra Value but the reviews were so good I ventured to order it!

Ordered Sunday night got it on Tuesday with super saver delivery! Very pleased with my order. The suggested parts are as follow:

Item: Extra Value 19" TFT Monitor 1440x900 300cd/m2 500:1 16:9 multimedia VGA/DVI 3 Years Warranty
Qty: 1Cost: 66.37

Item: MSI P6NGM-FD GeForce 7100 Socket 775 Onboard VGA 8 channel mATX Motherboard
Qty: 1Cost: 33.18

Item: Sony DRU-190S 20X DVD±RW DL & DVD-RAM Serial ATA - Retail Multi Bezel & Nero
Qty: 1Cost: 13.51

Item: EV Shiny Piano Black/Silver Slim MicroATX Mini Tower Case - With 400W PSU 20+4pin, 1x SATA, 1x PCI-E
Qty: 1Cost: 25.52

Item: Intel Pentium Dual Core E5200 2.5GHz Socket 775 800FSB 2MB Cache Retail Boxed Processor
Qty: 1Cost: 48.39

Item: Western Digital WD6400AAKS 640GB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 16MB Cache - OEM
Qty: 1Cost: 41.39

Item: Sapphire HD 3450 256MB DDR2 VGA DVI TV Out PCI-E Graphics Card
Qty: 1Cost: 22.71

Item: Kingston 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 Memory Non-ecc CL5 Unbuffered 1.8V
Qty: 1Cost: 22.12


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Shipping method: Super Saverat:£5.10

Subtotal: 278.29
VAT total: 48.75
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Total: 327.04
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#1
You would need to add an o/s to compare with Dell etc. So another £75 on top of this price
#2
ubuntu would work a breeze though
suspended#3
a great media pc and only £50 for vista(£20 for 2gb more ram if needed) and it can be a very good gaming pc if you upgrade the gfx card to something like an ati 4670(£55) or better. Is a psu+case supplied? Why is this cold?
#4
Have some heat ;-)
#5
Cheap build with cheap parts. You're better off spending a little more and getting a better psu, ram, graphics card. Good deal for what you're getting, but not really future proofing...
#6
Built MANY PCs in the past, but life is just too short now pre-built machines are so cheap and easy to come by.

You can have weeks of fun getting any duff parts replaced, & hours to get it working. I really couldn't be bothered for such a low spec machine, when it can be all done for you, but each to his own. Definitely agree that spending a bit more in most categories will produce a much better value end result, and if you are making all that effort, it seems daft not to.

Still, it makes a change from all the second hand dross that usually gets posted :-)
#7
you will always have opinions with people trying to diss the spec - but for whats there and for the price and for the effort put into the post - heat added
#8
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you will always have opinions with people trying to diss the spec - but for whats there and for the price and for the effort put into the post - heat added


Quite agree - heat added.
I used to build PC's and can see Nicaj's point.
(Last build I did took 4 weeks to get working through faulty parts. motherboards can be fussy over the brand of memory, leading to returns etc. Still the above spec is now tested !
Cheap power supplies a big problem. Bought a Dell laptop and the hard drive failed. Engineer came and fixed it within a week. Bought Fujitsu siemens and Dell desktops, nice and quiet and totally reliable - so I don't build anymore).
#9
Like it! Good way of getting a new pc. Heat added. My only input is this, why not a quad core 6600 cpu?

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