Custom configured gaming/powerful general purpose PC no OS £484.92 from Cube247 - HotUKDeals
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Using PC Configurator from the main menu (or click on The Geek - you'll see what I mean!):

Case - Thermaltake Wing RS301
Processor - AMD Phenom II X4 955 - 4 x 3.2GHz 6MB L3 cache
Memory - 4GB (2 x 2GB) Corsair DDR3 1600MHz
HDD - 1 TB Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.C - 7200rpm SATA II 32MB buffer
Optical drive - 22x Samsung DVDRW
Graphics - 1GB Sapphire Radeon HD5770 Vapor-X
PSU - 650W Antec Earthwatts - 80 plus certified
Motherboard - Gigabyte GA-880GM-UD2H - inc gigabit ethernet and 7.1 audio

Don't game? Then leave out the graphics card as the motherboard has built in Radeon HD4200. This would make the price £363.41.

No OS? Then add Windows 7 HP for £76.10.

Delivery is free.

Warranty: 1st 30 days collect and return then 11 months RTB parts & labour followed by a further 2 years labour only. Also including 1st year telephone and email tech support.


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id purchase it without the GFX Card then buy a 5850 making the price around £490

Hot either way

Edited By: HybridTheory on Dec 09, 2010 23:25
Nice price.
so you *really* wouldn't get the x6 for £23 more??
so you *really* wouldn't get the x6 for £23 more??

I tried to leave upgrade opportunities in the more easily swappable areas for those that like that sort of thing while still leaving a very well specced machine.

The motherboard should be just fine for quite a while but there are opportunities to introduce a faster processor, more RAM, additional HDD, BluRay drive and graphics card plus all the various aftermarket cooling options.

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