CiT 4-In-1 Kit With 2036 ATX Case / 450W PSU / 2.0 Speaker System / Keyboard / Mouse - £34.99 delivered @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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CiT 4-In-1 Kit With 2036 ATX Case / 450W PSU / 2.0 Speaker System / Keyboard / Mouse - £34.99 delivered @ Play.com

£34.99 @ Play.Com
* Case Type: Midi ATX Chassis * Drive Bay-5.25": 3 External * Drive Bay-3.5": 1 External, 4 Internal * PSU: 450W PSU with 24 Pin & SATA * Cooling Fans: 80mm Black Cooling Fan … Read More
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* Case Type: Midi ATX Chassis
* Drive Bay-5.25": 3 External
* Drive Bay-3.5": 1 External, 4 Internal
* PSU: 450W PSU with 24 Pin & SATA
* Cooling Fans: 80mm Black Cooling Fan
* External Ports (On front of case): 2 x USB, Audio ports (Headphones and Mic)
* Case Material: SECC metal, one side painting, CE/CB/FCC standard
* Dimensions (L x W x H): 380mm x 180mm x 420mm
* Expansion Slots: 7 full slots
* Motherboards: All types of Mainboard up to 244mm
* Other Features:
* Hand Screw Panels, easy to open
* Folded edges, safer for assembley
* Clips on front panel, screwless design

Key Features:
* Complete 4-in-1 Kit with Case & PSU, Keyboard, Mouse and Speakers
* Comes with 450W PSU with 24 Pin and SATA
* 80mm Black Cooling Fan Included
* Standard padlock loop - supports Kensington lock


Thermally Advantaged Design:
* Meets Intel 3.4+GHz CPU Thermal Requirements
* Large, round venting holes for good air flow
* Side venting air duct


Easy Maintenance & Installation:
* Patented screw design for 5.25" and 3.5" devices
* Removable external 3.5" x 1 device
* Screw design for add-on cards, CD-ROM, and FDD
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#1
At [url]www.scan.co.uk[/url] only £32.14 (plus potentially P&P if you aren't eligible for free delivery) - code LN29119 and occasionally scan put CiT cases in their daily/weekend specials at bit cheaper.
#2
mk-donald
At [url]www.scan.co.uk[/url] only £32.14 (plus potentially P&P if you aren't eligible for free delivery) - code LN29119 and occasionally scan put CiT cases in their daily/weekend specials at bit cheaper.


http://www.scan.co.uk/Images/Products/1085777-a.jpg
http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/CiT-2036-4-in-1-Kit-Black-Mid-Tower-Case-with-450W-PSU-Keyboard-Mouse-and-Speakers
#3
I brought a cit keyboard from play last week.its extremely cheap and wobbles quite a lot and some of the keys require a harder keypress than others,looks the same as the one in the pic.
#4
Cheap and nasty, it cut me

:thumbsup:

But still hot for what it is!
#5
I am looking to either build a pc or buy one, but only the unit, as I already have a monitor. keyboard and mouse. I use it for photoshop etc. What should I look at getting as in the a good price and decent components.

Any suggestions?

Thanks
#6
For Photoshop, Quad core and lots of memory.
Budget machine would be AMD Athlon II X4.
Higher-end would be Core i5 750.
Top-end would be Core i7.
#7
amdavies
For Photoshop, Quad core and lots of memory.
Budget machine would be AMD Athlon II X4.
Higher-end would be Core i5 750.
Top-end would be Core i7.


blimey ..bit different to Adobe recommendations for CS4

1.8GHz or faster processor
512MB of RAM (1GB recommended)
1GB of available hard-disk space for installation; additional free space required during installation (cannot install on flash-based storage devices)
1,024x768 display (1,280x800 recommended) with 16-bit video card

CS2 runs fine on my XP, P4 2.4 , 2gig mem
#8
Thanks guys,

Any links to good deals for units?

Thanks
#9
My experience is that these cheapo no-name PSUs are a load of trouble. A decent PSU will also last longer, be more efficient and save your electicity bill a bit. If you throw out the PSU from this package, it's not particularly cheap at all.
#10
http://www.adobe.com/products/photoshop/photoshop/systemreqs/
"Requirements", not recommendations, there's often a huge difference.

http://www.layersmagazine.com/your-system-specs-for-a-cs4-upgrade.html

I found plenty of results through googling "cs4 recommended specs"
#11
Must be psychic...
Scan have TODAY as a Today Only offer (ie until about midday Tue 17th) this set for £27.03 (plus P&P if you don't quality for free).

You have to get there via the link on the Today Only page...
http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/

Loads of other CiT cases with/without PSU/extras on special today there too.

MKD

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