Dell Dimension E520 with 22" TFT is back! 1.8Ghz core2duo, 1gig, 250Gb, GeForce Graphics £479 delive - HotUKDeals
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Remember to buy via Quidco, this offer is already reduced to 1yr collect return warranty.

305-D04E06a - £478.98 or less delivered
Intel®Viivtechnology-Intel®Core2Duo E4300 processor(1.80GHz,800MHz,2MB cache)
Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium - English
Collect & Return, 1 Year Service only
Dell 22" Black Wide Flat Panel (E228WFP)
1024MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [2x512] Memory
250GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive with 8MB DataBurst cache
256MB nVidia® GeForce® 7300 Turbocache graphics card
16X DVD+/-RW Drive
Dell 2 Button USB Scroll Optical Mouse - Black
Integrated Audio with Dolby Digital 7.1 capability
Internal 13-in-1 Media Card Reader
Microsoft® Works 8.0 - English
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[mod]#1
Upgrades:

2048MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [2x1024] Memory add £70.50

256MB ATI® Radeon® X1300 Pro graphics card add £17.63
#2
"320GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA Hard Drive with 8MB DataBurst™ cache [add £17.62]"

70 gig extra for £17.62 is worth considering.
#3
Just noticed the 22" is default on the 9200 also.
#4
Comes with the 13-in-1 card reader and a 250G HDD rather than 160G of the last deal. Also a dedicated graphics card.

£60 for delivery so less Quidco dosh than the last time and the £25 bonus is now longer, so glad I purchased this on 1st March.

For anyone that missed out the last time, I'd highly recommend this, its super quiet, even when working hard and the screen has so much real estate.
#5
Does anyone know if this comes with a spdif output?
#6
I changed the psu on my dell computer to take an Antec one, I did need to spend five minutes with a file modding the case so the connection fit but it was not that difficult and it works fine now. I also believe the new dells all come with much more standard parts that are easier to upgrade/replace.
#7
whats the grpahics card like on this, can you swop it out if neccessary?
#8
Berbatov
whats the grpahics card like on this, can you swop it out if neccessary?


The card is basic...yes you can certainly swop it...you could choose X1300 upgrade which is a lot better or buy something like the X1950 which is excellent value

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119203/rb/26500739399
#9
currychops
The card is basic...yes you can certainly swop it...you could choose X1300 upgrade which is a lot better or buy something like the X1950 which is excellent value

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/119203/rb/26500739399


hi, but would this pc be able to cope with a 1950 power wise??
#10
I dont really plan to play games on it, ive got a 360 to do that,its really to store music and photos and thats about it
#11
If your not gaming the default graphics isnt going to hurt (though if you do pla y any reasonably new games go for the x1300 to make sure).
#12
I purchased this on 1st Mar, now I wish I could buy this one. Called the customer service, the Indian lady said no as it's beyond 7-day cooling off period ... Any other way to swap it with this offer?
#13
If I change the warranty to 1 yr basic, does the monitor still come with 3 yrs warranty?
#14
All monitors bought as part of a system have only 1 years warranty I'm afraid.
#15
babe
I purchased this on 1st Mar, now I wish I could buy this one. Called the customer service, the Indian lady said no as it's beyond 7-day cooling off period ... Any other way to swap it with this offer?


You can only try and sell it and get some cash back. Whatever system you get, whatever great deal you get is only ever the best deal on the day that you buy it. There is always a better deal around the corner, Unless it is a mis-price but they are increasingly rare. Just enjoy the system you've got already, it was a good deal when you bought it after all!:)
#16
arnold.rimmer
hi, but would this pc be able to cope with a 1950 power wise??


I'm not sure...would have thought so but I'm sure someone has upgraded this model to a similar card so lets see if they can add to the thread.
#17
How often do these Dell deals change? Is it likely they will come down in price in a couple of weeks?
#18
Well the resident dell expert MikeT posts all the really good deals from dell every thursday so they change then, but best to talk to mike.
#19
Agree with homer_213, MikeT is the Dell man. The deals do change every Thursday, they also change during the course of the day. There are often special deals over the weekend too. Best to keep looking at Hotdeals.com.
#20
Most chnages are on Thursday - though they sometimes change at other times. A few useful dell deal specific websites around to keep an eye on, but best deals are from calling and haggling - mention quidco and get discount/freebies rather than cashback later.. then once you have it call to return for another 10% back usually (or freebies worth 10-25%).
Best time to call is end of month - they get monthly targets each so are desperate to make them for their bonuses thus give silly deals at times.
#21
Oooo look near the end of the month now hehe, may just have to give them a call on the lunch break could get a really good deal, what you think i could push for, money off? Or extras?
#22
It's the end of the month now :w00t: , I'll give them a ring later this afternoon.
#23
homer_213
Oooo look near the end of the month now hehe, may just have to give them a call on the lunch break could get a really good deal, what you think i could push for, money off? Or extras?


What are the extras they usually give ? Different mouse etc?
#24
If you call them, go for the extras you will definitely get more joy that way. After all they want your cash the more of it the better. Printers are cheap giveaways for them but be careful a £80 printer for free may sound like a good deal but consider the cost of the inks. Extra memory and/or larger hard drive are usually the best options to try and get.
#25
Unsure give them a ring and then you can haggle and see how much you can get out of them, just dont take no for an answer, and you could end up with a good deal.
#26
does anyone have any ball park vista ratings for this with the x1300 and 2gb ram?
#27
Intel®Viivtechnology-Intel®Core2Duo E4300 processor(1.80GHz,800MHz,2MB cache) .....

...how does ths processor compare to the E6300..and some of AMD's offerings??..

btw...

Hi new here!!!:thumbsup: :)
#28
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/2007/03/26/the_gigahertz_battle_uk/

Try there it gives you a bit of info, credit to MikeT link off his blog site thing which is very useful, you can even try that as well just view his profile and the link is there!!!
#29
I bought the E520 as featured here on 1st March:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52310

I opted to pay extra for a 250GB HD, the 22" monitor and the card reader (160GB, 20" monitor and no card reader as standard on the offer) and it came to £513 inc VAT delivered.

That deal was rated at over 1000% HOT!

Now this machine is coming in at £35 less and with a better graphics card.

Superb deal, dammit!
#30
Fantastic deal, but will the power supply be able to handle more high end gfx cards?
#31
Does anyone know if they will let me take the monitor off & discount the price.

And also downgrade the hard drive to 160gig?

If so any ideas of the price drop?
#32
Yep bit annoyed as i went for http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52310

And so have a 160GB hard drive and a rubbish graphics card and i apid more :(

Had to pay £60 for new graphics card too grrr
#33
so this is a good deal then!! tried to bargain them down on the phone but they were having none of it!!
#34
Is the only difference between this and this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58096 the size of the monitor and Vista basic? I'm not too bothered about the monitor size and its only £15 to upgrade vista anyway.

Cause ill go with the cheap one if thats the only difference.
#35
Do Dell (or did they used to) offer some knid of buy now pay in 12 months option, whereby so long as you paid off in the first 12 months it was interest free. I think there might be some redemption fee.

Does anyone know if this is still the case?
#36
Is the only difference between this and this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58096 the size of the monitor and Vista basic? I'm not too bothered about the monitor size and its only £15 to upgrade vista anyway.

Cause ill go with the cheap one if thats the only difference.
#37
Is the only difference between this and this one http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?t=58096 the size of the monitor and Vista basic? I'm not too bothered about the monitor size and its only £15 to upgrade vista anyway.

Cause ill go with the cheap one if thats the only difference.
#38
Mm... am tempted again as my PC at home is crawling. Was going to build my own and overclock it a little. But is it worth the hassle.

I could buy this, sell the monitor and use my new widescreen HP monitor. So should have the system for £220 I think. Mmm...

What is the graphics card like? Will I be able to play the latest games, edit video, tinker on big photos in Photoshop?

Thanks OP!
#39
just ordered this as just missed out on it last time.was about to purchase then the 22" monitor went back up in price:-( .so im well chuffed now,thanks mike you are a true star:thumbsup:
#40
so tempted by this, and just checked and the 22" LCDs sell at £220 on ebay so could sell it and buy a smaller 19inch screen for £120 and save £100 on the price

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