Dell Studio XPS Core i7 920, 4GB RAM, hd 4850, 750GB HDD. Only £676.10 delivered @ DELL - HotUKDeals
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Even if you tried to put together a computer of this standard, the parts alone would cost around £900.

To get this price, add the this promo code at the checkout - LM0VPL6NH?6J0N

review here - http://www.desktopreview.com/default.asp?newsID=537

Components
Intel® Core i7 Processor 920 (2.66GHz, 8MB cache, 4.8GT/sec)

Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1 64Bit - English

4096MB (4x1024) 1067MHz DDR3 Tri Channel

750GB Serial ATA (7200RPM) Hard Drive

512MB ATI® Radeon® 4850 Graphics card

16X DVD+/- RW Optical Drive (DVD & CD read and write)

Integrated HDA 7.1 Dolby Digital Audio


(I personally got 6gb of RAM too to make it £712.09)
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#1
This is actually very good, for the price
#2
As fast a a 3.2GHZ core 2 duo, if not faster. Just sucks you cant overlock.
#3
who needs to overclock when its so fast in the first place?
#4
review here
#5
can you post the direct link...not seeming to work for me
#6
stephenc
can you post the direct link...not seeming to work for me


trying... help anyone?
#7
got it now
#8
i cant get it to config at that price albeit it is close.

PROCESSOR Intel® Core™ i7 Processor 920 (2.66GHz, 8MB cache, 4.8GT/sec) edit
OPERATING SYSTEM Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium SP1 64Bit - English edit
HARDWARE SUPPORT 1Yr XPS Premium Warranty Support - Priority Call In and Onsite Support edit
MICROSOFT APPLICATION SOFTWARE Microsoft® Works 9 - English edit
MONITOR Display Not Included edit
MEMORY 6144MB (6x1024) 1067MHz DDR3 Tri Channel edit
HARD DRIVE 750GB Serial ATA (7200RPM) Hard Drive edit
GRAPHICS CARD 512MB ATI® Radeon® 4850 Graphics card edit
OPTICAL DRIVE 16X DVD+/- RW Optical Drive (DVD & CD read and write) edit
KEYBOARD Dell Multimedia USB Keyboard Black - UK edit
MOUSE Dell Laser Mouse USB (6 buttons scroll) Black edit
SOUND SOFTWARE Integrated HDA 7.1 Dolby Digital Audio edit
SPEAKERS No Speakers (Speakers are required to hear audio from your system) edit
FLOPPY/MEDIA DRIVES 19-in-1 Media Card Reader edit
Shipping Documents English Documentation with UK/IRL Power Cord
Gedis Bundle Reference D01SX04
Order Information XPS Desktop 430 Order - UK
Standard Warranty 1Yr XPS Premium Warranty Support - Priority Call In and Onsite Support
DELL SYSTEM MEDIA KIT Resource DVD - (Diagnostics & Drivers)

with teh code this is £710 (which is still a good deal tbh)
#9
with 4gb ram u get for £676.10
#10
cool - you've changed your original post to match....thought i was going mad :)
#11
nope, just me :-D
#12
Here are the rest of teh discount codes for the new Core 7 XPS (bottom of page)

http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/topics/promo.aspx/uk/en/p2_jan_promo_save_upto_200?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&s=dhs&~lt=popup

Just copy and paste this link here http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?cs=ukdhs1&kc=DMUK5&oc=D01SX02&x=6&y=15 and change the number at the end of the corresponfing code part to match the deal you want
#13
£900 for that?

Are you serious?

A Core i7 920 costs £230.

4850 costs £120.

4gb 1067mhz ram costs £40.

With all the other stuff (motherboard, hdd, case). About £550 at the most. Cold.
#14
sharp910sh
As fast a a 3.2GHZ core 2 duo, if not faster. Just sucks you cant overlock.


Rofl. You can overclock it. :whistling:

I've overclocked mine to 4.2ghz..
#15
ProStreet
£900 for that?

Are you serious?

A Core i7 920 costs £230.

4850 costs £120.

4gb 1067mhz ram costs £40.

With all the other stuff (motherboard, hdd, case). About £550 at the most. Cold.


there is always one...i don't think you've read the post right

Where are you getting 4gb of DDR 2 Triple Channel memory for £40 from my good man coz i want to remortage my house to buy every last bit of it
#16
ProStreet
£900 for that?

Are you serious?

A Core i7 920 costs £230.

4850 costs £120.

4gb 1067mhz ram costs £40.

With all the other stuff, about £450 at the most. Cold.


You shouldnt have an opinion on things you dont know
cpu £230
mobo £180
gfx £130
hdd £50
mem £80 for (3x1gb) its tri channel...
case+psu £80
#17
ProStreet
Rofl. You can overclock it. :whistling:

I've overclocked mine to 4.2ghz..


Not inside a Dell with Dell BIOS you can't
#18
ProStreet
Rofl. You can overclock it. :whistling:

I've overclocked mine to 4.2ghz..


cant because of the custom dell mobo...
#19
kevinmc666
You shouldnt have an opinion on things you dont know
cpu £230
mobo £180
gfx £130
hdd £50
mem £80 for (3x1gb) its tri channel...
case+psu £80


Yes. I know its tri-channel.

Cpu- £230. Yes.
Mobo- £180. Yes.
GFX- £119.
HDD - £50. Yes.
Mem- £80. No. Can get that for about £50.
Psu- Probably will be a cheap one, Dell only give like 500w Psu's.
#20
ProStreet
Yes. I know its tri-channel.

Cpu- £230. Yes.
Mobo- £180. Yes.
GFX- £119.
HDD - £50. Yes.
Mem- £80. No. Can get that for about £50.
Psu- Probably will be a cheap one, Dell only give like 500w Psu's.


About turn Captain :)

Like I said where is 4 gb of tri chan for £40...oh sorry it's £80 that you can get for about £50
#21
stephenc
About turn Captain :)

Like I said where is 4 gb of tri chan for £40...oh sorry it's £80 that you can get for about £50


http://*********.co.uk/OCZ-Gold-Tri-Channel-3GB-PC10666-DDR3-Memory_W0QQitemZ220341277499QQcmdZViewItemQQptZLH_DefaultDomain_0?hash=item220341277499&_trksid=p3286.m63.l1177

Cough, cough, cough.
#22
stephenc
there is always one...i don't think you've read the post right

Where are you getting 4gb of DDR 2 Triple Channel memory for £40 from my good man coz i want to remortage my house to buy every last bit of it


Erm. Its not DDR2, its DDR3.

Core i7's only support DDR3. :whistling:
#23


Erm that's 3gb and not 4gb and $72 puts you at yer £50. Anyhoo.....why don't you take the pepsi challenge and configure the whole spec for under the price and remember not to leave anything out including your time to do it
#24
I'd like to see the link to 3gb of triple channel 1066 DDR3 memory for £50 ????????????????

As for the PSU, yes you can buy a cheap unbranded PSU for £15 but then I don't know many people that would risk all the rest of the kit on a PSU that poo!

Factor in a decent case, and a LEGITIMATE copy of Vista Premium, together with a years warrenty, then it's still a good deal
#25
Waterboy8535
I'd like to see the link to 3gb of triple channel 1066 DDR3 memory for £50 ????????????????

As for the PSU, yes you can buy a cheap unbranded PSU for £15 but then I don't know many people that would risk all the rest of the kit on a PSU that poo!

Factor in a decent case, and a LEGITIMATE copy of Vista Premium, together with a years warrenty, then it's still a good deal


Yes. It is a good deal, for Dell anyway.

Type it in ebay, you'll see.
#26
ProStreet
Yes. It is a good deal, for Dell anyway.

Type it in ebay, you'll see.


haha, omg, its staring off at that price, people will bid higher.
#27
stephenc
Erm that's 3gb and not 4gb and $72 puts you at yer £50. Anyhoo.....why don't you take the pepsi challenge and configure the whole spec for under the price and remember not to leave anything out including your time to do it


Core i7 - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/151477
Motherboard - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/152908
4850 - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/146705
HDD - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/146079 (32mb cache)
Drive - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/141995
Ram - Ebay
Case+Psu - http://www.ebuyer.com/product/135101 (Psu is fine)

Ok. It comes to £735. But nothing is restricted (like overclocking, as you said).

- Took me three minutes.
#28
Hang on a minute, you just implied Dell were poor for using a 500w PSU and you are using a 460W one lol

and no OS and not the correct RAM.....tut tut
and no card reader
and no keyboard
and no mouse

come along .....this is the pespi challenge, take it seriously at least
#29
they actually use a 360w psu... the computer runs at 320w tho... very close to limits
#30
In fairness, i found the memory he stated and it IS the right stuff.

However, Thats Ebay

The memory is in America and although the seller has a 100% rating, should it fail you'd have to ship it back there and wait while he tested it and sent some more out.

For virtually the same money, you can instead have a fully built and warrented system
#31
stephenc
Hang on a minute, you just implied Dell were poor for using a 500w PSU and you are using a 460W one lol

and no OS and not the correct RAM.....tut tut
and no card reader
and no keyboard
and no mouse

come along .....this is the pespi challenge, take it seriously at least


Lol. You think its about the wattage? Rofl. Its about the rated amps, n00b.

Card reader? Lol.. costs £7.

Ram - 4gb = 64bit. 64bit = :roll:
#32
kevinmc666
they actually use a 360w psu... the computer runs at 320w tho... very close to limits

inded, but it was the about-face contradiction, rather than the suitability, that i'm commenting on :thumbsup:

Anyhow, no getting away from the fact this is a pretty reasonable deal
#33
ProStreet
Lol. You think its about the wattage? Rofl. Its about the rated amps, n00b.

Card reader? Lol.. costs £7.

Ram - 4gb = 64bit. 64bit = :roll:


And a LEGITIMATE Operating System?
#34
stephenc
inded, but it was the about-face contradiction, rather than the suitability, that i'm commenting on :thumbsup:

Anyhow, no getting away from the fact this is a pretty reasonable deal


Yes. It is reasonable. For Dell anyway.
#35
Waterboy8535
And a LEGITIMATE Operating System?


Get Windows XP 64bit. Best 64bit operating system out and doesn't cost much at all.
#36
ProStreet
Lol. You think its about the wattage? Rofl. Its about the rated amps, n00b.

Card reader? Lol.. costs £7.

Ram - 4gb = 64bit. 64bit = :roll:


Deary me, i might need an interpreter
#37
ProStreet
Lol. You think its about the wattage? Rofl. Its about the rated amps, n00b.


wow, Watts = Amps x Volts

does that mean that is is about the watts?
#38
ProStreet
£900 for that?

Are you serious?

A Core i7 920 costs £230.

4850 costs £120.

4gb 1067mhz ram costs £40.

With all the other stuff (motherboard, hdd, case). About £550 at the most. Cold.


4GB DDR3 ram for £40 where ??????
#39
kevinmc666
wow, Watts = Amps x Volts

does that mean that is is about the watts?


:whistling::whistling::whistling:

>.<.

I meant, if you wanted to add another graphics card in crossfire.

Then it would be about the rated amps.

I mean, Dell Psu's are not very good at all if you want to upgrade.

If you did upgrade the PSU, you'd probably void the warranty.
#40
F4RR3LL
4GB DDR3 ram for £40 where ??????


Its about £45-£50. Look on ebay or any other auction site.

Gtg anyway, cya.

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