Dell Studio 8000 desktop base. 2.8Ghz Core i7-860, 4gig, 640GB, 1GB GT220 graphics, dvdrw, Win7 premium. £616 or less delivered - HotUKDeals
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Dell Studio 8000 desktop base. 2.8Ghz Core i7-860, 4gig, 640GB, 1GB GT220 graphics, dvdrw, Win7 premium. £616 or less delivered £616.55

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Studio XPS 8000 (D00SX802)

Intel Core i7-860 (2.80GHz, 8MB, L3 Cache)
Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64bit- English
4096MB 1067 MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM [4x1024]
640GB (7200rpm) SATA Hard Drive
1GB NVIDIA® GeForce(TM) GT220 graphics card
Display Not Included
Integrated HDA 7.1 Dolby Digital Audio
Dell(TM) USB Entry Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Dell 2 Button USB Optical Mouse
DataSafe Online Backup 2GB 1 year
English - Documentation with UK/Ire Power cord
Free Napster® with 60 Free Songs and 1 year Free Music Streaming
16X DVD+/- RW Optical Drive (DVD & CD read and write) (Win 7 Only)
McAfee Security Centre 15 Month Protection
1 year of coverage included with your PC
Microsoft Works 9 - English
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#1
will this be future proof and good for all the latest pc games.....well for a while anyway :)
#2
You would need a better Graphics Card to run the latest games with any sort of higher resolutions. Games like COD:MW2 will run ok on low-medium. You could get a much better system with a higher spec if you built it yourself (normally the case) however if your looking one pre-built you should look towards Novatech, CyberPower, etc.
#3
looks good and i am lookingfor something similar but didntthis have 6 gig the other day? sorry to be picky ! sorry!

just asking this looks excellent, but i'm no expert !
#4
There is no such thing as a future-proof PC. Having said that, the Core I7 is the top-end single-socket chip from Intel and is likely to last a few years.

The GT220 card isn't bad and can always be upgraded later.
The 4GB RAM is a bit strange - the Core I7 is Nehalem Core and it runs best on multiples of 3 DIMMs. 3x2GB would be better than 4x1GB.
(Some info here for the technically minded: http://blogs.sun.com/melvinkoh/entry/nehalem_memory_configuration - it is based on Xeon 5500 series but that uses the same cores as the I7 series).
#5
Spod
The GT220 card isn't bad and can always be upgraded later.


Not bad? It's virtually bottom of the range and terrible value for money compared with a mid-range card.

It's an excellent CPU, but if you want it for gaming you'd either need to replace the graphics card which would cost you an extra £70+ or buy a system with a slightly slower CPU and a decent graphics card.
#6
EndlessWaves
Not bad? It's virtually bottom of the range and terrible value for money compared with a mid-range card.

It's an excellent CPU, but if you want it for gaming you'd either need to replace the graphics card which would cost you an extra £70+ or buy a system with a slightly slower CPU and a decent graphics card.


also, at least £50 to replace the power supply to power said gfx card.
#7
The supplied PSU runs an 8800GT no problem - Batman Arkham Asylum in 1900 x 1200 is no issue.

Saying that, I am looking at the possibiltiy of putting in a Radeon 5870 with new PSU in the future.

Geeza
#8
Spod
There is no such thing as a future-proof PC. Having said that, the Core I7 is the top-end single-socket chip from Intel and is likely to last a few years.

The GT220 card isn't bad and can always be upgraded later.
The 4GB RAM is a bit strange - the Core I7 is Nehalem Core and it runs best on multiples of 3 DIMMs. 3x2GB would be better than 4x1GB.
(Some info here for the technically minded: http://blogs.sun.com/melvinkoh/entry/nehalem_memory_configuration - it is based on Xeon 5500 series but that uses the same cores as the I7 series).


This is socket 1156 core I7 lynnfield which runs dual channel ddr3 which is why 4 x1gb (should have went 2x2Gb)

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