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configured to have you gaming straight out of the box. The AMD FX 4350 (4.2GHZ) processor unlocks maximum, unrestrained processing performance for extreme responsiveness you can see and feel.

You can enjoy your gaming with a dedicated AMD HD7770 1GB VGA card.  Based on the award-winning GCN Architecture, AMD Radeon HD 7700 Series GPUs are built to destroy with the industry's very first 28nm GPU design. Packed with incredible features, such as PCI Express 3.0, the ultra-efficient AMD ZeroCore Power technology or gaming at resolutions beyond 5760x1080 with AMD Eyefinity technology, these are the worlds most advanced graphics for everyone.

The Gaming Battalion 502 has been tested on MEDIUM settings and can achieve the following performance results at factory settings: 

Dirt Showdown - 95.43 Average Frames per Seconds (FPS)*
Battlefield 3 - 57.73 Average Frames per Seconds (FPS)*
3D Mark - 2600*

The Gaming Battalion 502 comes with Windows 8 pre-installed and comes with a 1 year return to base warranty. With years of experience building high end gaming PC’s quality is assured with Cyberpower. As always with Cyberpower you get all the latest technology included as standard.

Dirt average FPS at 1920 x 1080 on MEDIUM settings on the built in Benchmark.
Battlefield 3 FPS at 1920 x 1080 on MEDIUM settings on “Going Hunting” level.
3D Mark score based on The Firestrike benchmark

The Gaming Battalion 502 comes with a FREE download voucher for 1 FREE game. Choose from:
Just Cause 2: Rated 18
Dungeon Siege 3:  Rated 16
Darksiders 2: Rated 18
Total War : Shogun 2 ; Rated 16
Alan Wake: Rated 18

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#1
HD 7700 and a AMD FX 4350 and no info about the mobo or PSU sorry but for that price you could get a 6300 system with a 750Ti or even a 270X and more importantly a known mobo and PSU
#2
Fairly old tech in this. There also doesn't appear to be USB3.0 support.
#3
lol it's okay for me. and the psu is at the bottom of the description
#4
Mememo
HD 7700 and a AMD FX 4350 and no info about the mobo or PSU sorry but for that price you could get a 6300 system with a 750Ti or even a 270X and more importantly a known mobo and PSU


Thats cool, fair enough? .. Link please ..... thanx. :-)
#6
can I have some advice about overclocking. I've read that this is over clockable so I'll be looking to-do this if possible
#7
also I okmg need this for dayz guys so I know this Will run it fine
1 Like #8
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money
#9
bradkaloncox
lol it's okay for me. and the psu is at the bottom of the description

Where is the PSU info all i can find is Power Supply 550W ATX PSU no name no safety rating nothing important given that the HD7770 1GB needs a direct 6pin connection to the PSU if this is a cheapo unit that's very bad . Again with the graphics card there is a lack of real information yes its a 7770 but is it DDR3 or DDR5 its a big deference . Over all there is a real lack of any meaningful information about almost every aspect of this computer which rings some real alarm bells for me



Edited By: Mememo on Jul 01, 2014 00:25
#10
Poor deal. Old components now...

This Novatech barebones @ £279.98 is better IMO:

http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/barebones/bb-44608.html

INTEL I5 4460 CPU
2 x 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz Memory
Novatech Micro Tower Case - Black
Novatech ATX PSU 300W
Intel H81 Chipset

Just need to buy a GPU seperately (Radeon 270X is around £140) and install it.
Although you may need to put a better PSU in as well....


Edited By: mamboboy on Jul 01, 2014 00:24
#11
lol I will. gonna build one when I have more money to make it worth while
#12
I feel the love guys :)
#13
mamboboy
Poor deal. Old components now...

This Novatech barebones @ £279.98 is better IMO:

http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/barebones/bb-44608.html

INTEL I5 4460 CPU
2 x 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz Memory
Novatech Micro Tower Case - Black
Novatech ATX PSU 300W
Intel H81 Chipset

Just need to buy a GPU seperately (Radeon 270X is around £140) and install it.
Although you may need to put a better PSU in as well....



this also doesn't include any OS
#14
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO
#15
mamboboy
Poor deal. Old components now...

This Novatech barebones @ £279.98 is better IMO:

http://www.novatech.co.uk/products/barebones/bb-44608.html

INTEL I5 4460 CPU
2 x 4GB DDR3 1600Mhz Memory
Novatech Micro Tower Case - Black
Novatech ATX PSU 300W
Intel H81 Chipset

Just need to buy a GPU seperately (Radeon 270X is around £140) and install it.
Although you may need to put a better PSU in as well....



I would totally buy this otherwise
#16
bradkaloncox
lol I will. gonna build one when I have more money to make it worth while

why?

don't spend £470 on this POS

Edited By: ando on Jul 01, 2014 00:29
#17
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO


that's great news :)
#18
ando
bradkaloncox
lol I will. gonna build one when I have more money to make it worth while

why?

don't spend £450 on this POS


wow your friendly dude
#19
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25
#20
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)
#21
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25


hmm that's cool witch sites
#22
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25

if you can do that it will always be better than prebuilt, they usually skimp on the case and power supplies giving you no branded crap
#23
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)


I Will do oneday mate, I don't have the knowledge right now. thanks :)
#24
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Agreed, if you have patience you can make a monster of a computer and save yourself a bomb if you keep your eye out for decent components. Everybody should build a computer at some point in there life. its a great experience!
#25
TomStockport
Fairly old tech in this. There also doesn't appear to be USB3.0 support.

Case is USB 2.0 only - http://www.coolermaster.com/case/mid-tower/elite-310/ - unsure of mobo
#26
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)

I Will do oneday mate, I don't have the knowledge right now. thanks :)

So will be your first build.

Really simple to do.

Can you boil a kettle?
#27
ando
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25

if you can do that it will always be better than prebuilt, they usually skimp on the case and power supplies giving you no branded crap


that's what scares me about them, well there's allways something wrong with PCs I'll never please everyone as all you guys have different ideas.
#28
AStonedRaichu
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Agreed, if you have patience you can make a monster of a computer and save yourself a bomb if you keep your eye out for decent components. Everybody should build a computer at some point in there life. its a great experience!

nothing wrong with used parts too, even better for a stop gap if your waiting on xxxx
#29
bradkaloncox
ando
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25

if you can do that it will always be better than prebuilt, they usually skimp on the case and power supplies giving you no branded crap

that's what scares me about them, well there's allways something wrong with PCs I'll never please everyone as all you guys have different ideas.

generally on here anything pre-built with gaming in the title will be stone cold
#30
AStonedRaichu
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Agreed, if you have patience you can make a monster of a computer and save yourself a bomb if you keep your eye out for decent components. Everybody should build a computer at some point in there life. its a great experience!


I will :) it is something I wish to-do, I will go for i7's on the build I.make. make it worth while
#31
ando
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25

if you can do that it will always be better than prebuilt, they usually skimp on the case and power supplies giving you no branded crap

Don't have to tell me did some testing on cheap some cheap PSU's a few years ago and the results were terrifying i would NEVER use that crap in any PC i build for myself or others
#32
ando
bradkaloncox
ando
Mememo
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Not all of them i have seen a few good deals but yeah always self build if you can but if thats not an option for my money there are some sites like hardwareeversand that let you pick out the parts yourself then they will build the PC for you for £25

if you can do that it will always be better than prebuilt, they usually skimp on the case and power supplies giving you no branded crap

that's what scares me about them, well there's allways something wrong with PCs I'll never please everyone as all you guys have different ideas.

generally on here anything pre-built with gaming in the title will be stone cold


haha I've noticed lol
#33
if you can use a screwdriver you can build a computer, with the internet being the internet it really is as simple as boiling a kettle

if at any point you get stuck "where does this go" google it or youtube it
#34
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)

I Will do oneday mate, I don't have the knowledge right now. thanks :)

So will be your first build.

Really simple to do.

Can you boil a kettle?


talk about sarcasm...

I can't thank you my mum is so proud
#35
Build your own system, much better value and choice for your money.
#36
The scary part of self build is case and power supply.

Not enough air flow threw case.

Not enough power for components.

What games would you like to play?

Would you like dual/triple/quad boot OS system?

Would you like to run in Virtual OS?

It is a mine field to choose but, my daughter can build systems and has done for few years.:D
#37
bradkaloncox
AStonedRaichu
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Agreed, if you have patience you can make a monster of a computer and save yourself a bomb if you keep your eye out for decent components. Everybody should build a computer at some point in there life. its a great experience!

I will :) it is something I wish to-do, I will go for i7's on the build I.make. make it worth while

You dont really need an i7 for anything accept major rendering workloads i have built hundreds of PCs over the years and a decent high end machine now will only cost around £800 sorry if i was a bit of an ass earlier =)
#38
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)

I Will do oneday mate, I don't have the knowledge right now. thanks :)

So will be your first build.

Really simple to do.

Can you boil a kettle?

talk about sarcasm...

I can't thank you my mum is so proud

ROFL

Was not meant that way, just anyone can/fix tech....... they just scared to try.
#39
Mememo
bradkaloncox
AStonedRaichu
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Agreed, if you have patience you can make a monster of a computer and save yourself a bomb if you keep your eye out for decent components. Everybody should build a computer at some point in there life. its a great experience!

I will :) it is something I wish to-do, I will go for i7's on the build I.make. make it worth while

You dont really need an i7 for anything accept major rendering workloads i have built hundreds of PCs over the years and a decent high end machine now will only cost around £800 sorry if i was a bit of an ass earlier =)


lol it's fine dude, I will go for a build soon when cash is a bit more available. any tips on a good starting point for a machine for dayz?
#40
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
bradkaloncox
Techdel
ando
prebuilt "gaming" pc's are always a laugh IMO

spend the time to build it yourself even if it takes you days it's worth knowing you can do it and exactly what you're getting for your money

Off the shelf computers, powers supplies; have enough power "just" to power system.

It might cost more but, you have gaming system with expansion.

Avoid CORSAIR power supplies, they are good but, fail within warranty and then shipping secure to Holland.......... oO

that's great news :)

Hope you build you own Brad. 8)

I Will do oneday mate, I don't have the knowledge right now. thanks :)

So will be your first build.

Really simple to do.

Can you boil a kettle?

talk about sarcasm...

I can't thank you my mum is so proud

ROFL

Was not meant that way, just anyone can/fix tech....... they just scared to try.


I get what you mean, this is my first pc and I've only had consoles before so this is completely new ground for me

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