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Gaming computer for £535.00 with monitor @ CPS! Can also change components that you don't like!

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This seems like a very good deal and worth having a look at. Also has a keyboard and mouse free as well.
chagzy1 Avatar5y, 2d agoFound 5 years, 2 days ago8 Comments
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this is what i noticed

"CPU: AMD FX-4100 3.60 GHz Quad-Core AM3+ CPU 4MB L2 Cache & Turbo Core Technology"

for £500+ that CPU is seriously lacking, if your going to go AMD at least go with the FX 8120 or 8150

because of the price, CPU, RAM, plus no mouse/keyboard or monitor i have to vote cold
PM me, ill build you one lol
Could anyone help me find a good gaming pc for that sort of price. Thanks.
Build your own for half the price :)
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Gamer Infinity i7 DDR3 £606.00 @ cyberpower

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wow.... i7 machine for £606. + loads free stuffs + cash back if England win. Come on England !!!!! World Cup Special Promotion - To support team England, you will get up to 20% Cash Back on your pu…
panasonic Avatar6y, 5m agoFound 6 years, 5 months ago11 Comments
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The Code has expired :(
ordered :) thanks OP

p.s i think this expires tomorrow!

Edited By: MR.G.MAN on Oct 19, 2010 12:00: aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa
can we instead of talking about the shower in SA can we discuss the positives of this deal?

is this the best pc for the money out there at the mo?

cheers
lol they won't
these guys really think that England won't win...
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Intel Duo Core Next Day Intel® Core2 Duo E7500 £419.00 @ cyberpower

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Been looking for a new PC and I believe this is a great deal. Much better, I believe than the Fujitsu that was posted. Case: CoolerMaster Elite 310 Mid Tower Gaming Case with see-thru side panel L…
Barnesg Avatar6y, 10m agoFound 6 years, 10 months ago8 Comments
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ehykwan;7693666
I have a feeling the original poster is connected to the seller of this PC. Anyone would have known this is an overpriced and rubbish deal.

That crossed my mind also as it's a terrible deal.
It does have a 3 year warranty which is hardly a big selling point for a desktop, handy for a laptop though.
When looking on the web for these Build to your spec machines Cyberpower were always at the top end of price. 450W PSU. Will have to be upgraded immediatly. No keybpard, mouse or monitor....Pretty Poor deal in my book.
I have a feeling the original poster is connected to the seller of this PC. Anyone would have known this is an overpriced and rubbish deal.
You could probably build this yourself for £100 less.
cold deal
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Gamer Infinity 600 Desktop PC - £499.00 Delivered @ Cyber Power System

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Gamer Inifinity 600 PC package Case: Bosse Galaxy III Mid Tower 420w Black/ Side-panel Window Lights & Illumination: NONE Extra Case Fan Upgrade: Default Case Fan Power Supply Upgrade: STANDARD
jlh167 Avatar7y, 8m agoFound 7 years, 8 months ago6 Comments
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Don't know much about the computer but I got one from there a year or so ago and I can honestly say that they are the best computer company I have ever dealt with and continue to deal with.
Warranty and support is top notch - have a look at their forums and you'll see what i mean.
Each component can easily be changed or upgraded so change the case.
Cracking company, not sure about the computer.
http://www.cyberpowersystem.co.uk/images/cs/bosse/01_400.jpg

LOL look at the state of that, looks like pimp my computer.

I prefer a gaming machine that looks like a PowerMac, those blue LED lights would just give me a headache.
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Meh.
NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT 1GB -> Pretty underpowered for a gaming rig
19" TFT Active Matrix LCD Display -> a bit poor
Keyboard: Logitech PS/2 Keyboard (Black) -> PS/2 !
Mouse: Logitech Optical PS2 Mouse (Black) -> PS/2 !

Whole system a bit dated, apart from the CPU.


and you expect what exactly for £499.00? 26" iiyama monitor, Razer kb+mouse and a GTX295? LOL :giggle:

That said I do wish companies would stop sticking the word gamer on low and mid range rigs.
Wouldn't really consider this a gaming machine..
CPU is quite nice but everything else is quite naff..
Meh.
NVIDIA GeForce 9500 GT 1GB -> Pretty underpowered for a gaming rig
19" TFT Active Matrix LCD Display -> a bit poor
Keyboard: Logitech PS/2 Keyboard (Black) -> PS/2 !
Mouse: Logitech Optical PS2 Mouse (Black) -> PS/2 !

Whole system a bit dated, apart from the CPU.
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Base Unit 8800GT 512mb, 4GB Ram, Vista Prem. 64, E6550 Processor 558.12 Delivered!!!

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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. Chan…
lewis1232 Avatar8y, 8m agoFound 8 years, 8 months ago27 Comments
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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.
lewis1232;1712951
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
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..
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
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...