Dell Dimension 9200 desktop system with 22"TFT, 1.86Ghz core2duo, 2gig, 500Gb, Pro graphics £698.98 - HotUKDeals
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305-D04925a - £698.98 or less delivered
Intel® Viiv Core 2 Duo E6300 Processor (1.86GHz, 1066MHz, 2MB)
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium - English
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell 22" Black Wide Flat Panel (E228WFP)
2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 667MHz [2x1024] Memory
500GB Serial ATA RAID 0 Stripe [2x250GB 7200rpm drives with DataBurst cache]
256MB ATI® Radeon® X1300 Pro PCI Express graphics card
16x DVD+/-RW & 16x DVD Drives
Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
IEEE 1394 PCI Adapter card
Integrated Audio with Dolby Digital 7.1 capability
Dell A525 Speakers with Subwoofer
Internal 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
Microsoft® Works 8.0 - English
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#1
640GB Serial ATA RAID 0 Stripe [2x320GB 7200rpm drives with DataBurst™ cache] [add £29.38]

£30 for 140gb extra internal storage worth considering.
#2
Nice spec Mike..well worth £700
#3
This is a good buy. But there's one every week now.
#4
ThwartedEfforts
This is a good buy. But there's one every week now.


sure but this has a 22 inch monitor so even better value...take off 4.5% quidco and it's a bargain.
#5
You can surprisingly (for Dell) drop the mouse and save a further £18 on this offer:thumbsup:
#6
I'm really interested in this because of my thread here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=56990

My main question is:

Should I consider upgrading to either the 20" Ultrasharp Monitor (+£58.75) or the 20" Ultrasharp Wide Aspect Monitor (+£64.62)?

I mean, would it make much difference - I'm not too worried about having a big monitor.
#7
JonG
You can surprisingly (for Dell) drop the mouse and save a further £18 on this offer:thumbsup:


No you cant. Will just give
"[URL="javascript:valmodlink(12, 1);"]There is a compatibility issue with the Mouse you chose.[/URL]
http://i.dell.com/images/global/config/bullet-l-blk.gifNot compatible with your current [URL="javascript:valmodlink(4, 1);"]Keyboard[/URL] selection"
#8
I can get it in my basket for £680.18 without the mouse....what stage would it give the above message ?
#9
Review and add it comes up with a "Fix now" problem. Wont go into basket for me.
#10
I just pressed Continue at the bottom of each page and it goes in for me :-)

Just tried again and it worked OK :

Sub-total £527.82 17.50 % £620.19

Total Delivery Charge £51.06 17.50 % £60.00

Total Price £578.88 17.50 % £680.18
#11
Interesting.. doesnt work for me. What browser are you using? and are you signed into a dell account at all?
#12
IE7

First time I was'nt logged into my account until the checkout stage

the second time I was logged in the whole time

went to the deal through the link on this thread, viewed through the list option rather than icon view, ticked the no mouse button (subtract £18), and then just clicked the green continue buttons at the bottom on each screen. It checked the status and came up with a green tick. Jobs a good 'un !!
#13
Ah it does work in IE7 - not firefox it seems though.
Comes up as
[FONT=arial][SIZE=1]Not included [subtract £18.80] in IE rather than Inlcuded in Wireless blah blah. Thanks Jon.
[/SIZE][/FONT]
#14
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[mod]#15
Yes, in list view you can indeed delete the mouse and save £18 off the price. In firefox too ;-)
#16
Any advice regarding the monitors? (see previous message)

My credit card is poised - and I trust you guys.
#17
Eyestein
I'm really interested in this because of my thread here:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=56990

My main question is:

Should I consider upgrading to either the 20" Ultrasharp Monitor (+£58.75) or the 20" Ultrasharp Wide Aspect Monitor (+£64.62)?

I mean, would it make much difference - I'm not too worried about having a big monitor.


Differance isnt huge - the 22" has had rave reviews in most enthusiast mags.
Best 22" on market short of spending hundreds more (although the samsung syncmaster is popular too).
#18
Thanks for that, I think I'm going in.

:giggle:
banned#19
Personally, I wouldn't touch a Dell due to the difficulty in any future upgrade.
#20
What would you touch instead?
#21
csiman
Personally, I wouldn't touch a Dell due to the difficulty in any future upgrade.


Difficulty as in? :thinking:

I've upgraded several Dells, they're no different inside to any other pc.
#22
wont dell void the warranty if you open the case?
[mod]#23
Dell expect you to upgrade and even show you how in the manual for the pc. You wont invalidate the warranty.
#24
Theres just too many dell deals, I'm getting confused! I was considering the E520 with 22" monitor today. Assuming similar RAM and processor, what advantages does the 9200 have over the E520? Is it worth the extra spend? I use my PC for internet, photoshop, Acid Pro, but not games.
#25
I've got an E520 and I am very impressed with the build quality. All you need to do to get into the case is pull back a lever and the side panel lifts off. Inside you don't need any screws to fit anything, either PCI cards or hard drives. Everything is a quick lock type system so dead easy to upgrade.

All cables are neatly tucked into cable clips. I am very impressed with the quality of the case and the fan and hard drive is totally quite.
#26
skdotcom
Theres just too many dell deals, I'm getting confused! I was considering the E520 with 22" monitor today. Assuming similar RAM and processor, what advantages does the 9200 have over the E520? Is it worth the extra spend? I use my PC for internet, photoshop, Acid Pro, but not games.


I think the E520 would suit you fine. I read reviews of both processors and the 6300 was only a few percent faster. Apparently the 4300 is favoured because it is very easy to overclock if you are into that (don't know if you can clock dells though?).

Don't forget what you are getting today would probably be much more powerful then what you would have paid over £1000 for only a couple of years ago. And if you have one of those PCs from a couple of years ago its still more than capable of doing everything you need. So today's budget/mid-price PC is just going to blast.

With the money you save from getting the E520, if you did want to upgrade the parts within a few months you would still get better value buying extras later than now. Its amazing how quick hard drives etc drop in price.
#27
^ you can OC dells - memory wont go far, and you will need need PSU/ Aftermarket cooler in all likelyhood though, but those liable to to be adjusting voltages and playing with the BIOS aren't those likely to be buying dell at all.
Perfectly able to be soft OC'd though.
#28
seancampbell
^ you can OC dells - memory wont go far, and you will need need PSU/ Aftermarket cooler in all likelyhood though, but those liable to to be adjusting voltages and playing with the BIOS aren't those likely to be buying dell at all.
Perfectly able to be soft OC'd though.


Dell BIOSes are deliberately crippled to prevent the uninitiated from ******ing their system up by tinkering.

They can't be overclocked.
#29
is it possible to change the graphics card in this machine to go with the 24" on offer?
[mod]#30
Neal the x1300 already does support the res needed for the 24" monitor.
#31
cheers for that.. suppose i should bite the bullet then unless you know of any more :)

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