Dell Studio XPS Core i7 920, 4GB Ram, 750GB HD, 512MB ATi Graphics, £620.11 Delivered or LESS.... - HotUKDeals
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I'm glad i waited, similar item was posted on here about a week or two ago, that was with 10% discount, now there is a 15% discount out making the whole deal £620.11 delivered. For that little bit extra (potentially) go via Topcashback for a potential extra 5% or Quidco 5% cashback via "Dell Small/Medium Business" ;-)

Spec is:

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 4096MB (4x1024) 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
Accessories
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
Services & Software
ACCIDENTAL DAMAGE SUPPORT No Accidental Damage Support edit
PROTECT YOUR NEW PC No Security/Anti-Virus Protection - English edit
Also included with your system
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)


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#1
Could you give me a bit more info on this deal. I've gone to the Dell website and added a Studio XPS (£729) to my basket. When I enter the code, I got the message:
The following coupons have been entered but require additional information or do not meet eligibility requirements. Click "View Details" link(s) for more information.

Unfortuantely the link doesn't help ... is the base Studio XPS the correct system ... and from the 'home' user section?
#2
you could make this system for like 400 cash all in which would INCLUDE a monitor.
making a computer is not rocket science. Easier than it looks.
#3
breeville
you could make this system for like 400 cash all in which would INCLUDE a monitor.
making a computer is not rocket science. Easier than it looks.



if that is true i have 400 in cash now where can i get this pc spec for that price

I and many others would love to know....
#4
marble
Could you give me a bit more info on this deal. I've gone to the Dell website and added a Studio XPS (£729) to my basket. When I enter the code, I got the message:

Unfortuantely the link doesn't help ... is the base Studio XPS the correct system ... and from the 'home' user section?


You have to use small business site to use coupon.

breeville
you could make this system for like 400 cash all in which would INCLUDE a monitor.
making a computer is not rocket science. Easier than it looks.


Go for it. If you can will you build 11 and I'll take 10 off you and you can keep one for yourself. So that will be £4400 for 10.
#5
- PROCESSOR Intel® Core i7 Processor 920 = £211.00
- MEMORY 4096MB (4x1024) 1067MHz DDR3 Tri Channel = £200
- HARD DRIVE 750GB Serial ATA (7200RPM) = £45.83
- ATI® Radeon® 4850 = £86.80

Total so far = £543.63 (prices taken from lowest prices on froogle)

That's not inluding loads more components to make this PC (incl. MOBO). So there's no way you can get this for £400. Show me a price break-down if you think otherwise!
#6
GAVINLEWISHUKD

Go for it. If you can will you build 11 and I'll take 10 off you and you can keep one for yourself. So that will be £4400 for 10.


Actually please add another 10 to that order and i'll give you the £4000.00 for them! LOL
#7
Voted hot as i did on the last deal as it was a great deal then, even better now.:thumbsup:

And yet again we get the usual " I can build one cheaper" comments. Why do people insist on posting such guff when they should know how many "geeks" view this site that will shoot them down in flames for talking complete ****.:-D

£400 including a monitor!!!! You need to stop smoking that herb as it's destroying yer brain cells:whistling:
#8
LOL - £400 for a core-i7 PC. As above said there's no way in hell you could build one for less.

Voted hot!
banned#9
If its through the business site then surely that price is + VAT? The system your on about looks to be £634 before discounts + VAT. Anyone got a direct link if otherwise?
banned#10
Never mind I found it - brilliant deal!
#11
Agree its a great deal. People who claim to be able to build it under 400 pounds don't know what they're talking about. Voted hot.
#12
Quidco is actually 5% for Dell Small Business not 3% as put in title.

It is only 3% if you go through the home site

http://www.quidco.com/?search=dell
#13
This is a good price for the latest super-fast Intel Core i7 processors!

The processor ALONE is worth £240

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/151477

Thanks Sharpharp - good find.
#14
What's the evalue code on this please?
#15
breeville;4096555
you could make this system for like 400 cash all in which would INCLUDE a monitor.
making a computer is not rocket science. Easier than it looks.


I can see you are new here... but excuse me, as we have all heard junk statements like this SO many times before, and still they come back :-(

Not once has one of these stacked up and actually worked out cheaper

In the past cheap PCs could only be got by doing it yourself. Those days are long gone, and I have not built a PC for years for this reason as the big manufacturers just can do it so much cheaper. Yes it is probably still the best way to do it of you want something more specialist or even for games, but at the more everyday end of the market, it does not pan out, let alone when the drawbacks of fault finding, returning non-functioning components, time, and extra delivery costs of individual parts are taken into account.

Now if you talk sense, we are all ears :thumbsup:

Good deal it seems.
#16
breeville
you could make this system for like 400 cash all in which would INCLUDE a monitor.
making a computer is not rocket science. Easier than it looks.


Come on we're still waiting, we all want to build a new pc based on the i7 cpu for £400, we just need to know where :whistling:
#17
Faythur
What's the evalue code on this please?


E-Value code is D01SX04

To anyone else asking, you need to go via the Small Business Section, Desktops, Studio XPS, and its the third one along (Priced at £634 initially)
#18
yorkie
Come on we're still waiting, we all want to build a new pc based on the i7 cpu for £400, we just need to know where :whistling:

He quite clearly cannot amd I would like to challenge anyone who can even build this pc diy for the price dell are charging!
With this guys clear lack of knowledge on specs / prices it is more than likely he has never even built a computer before either as he seems far too dumb.
It just suprises me how some people can be so clueless when posting replies ... where do these people come from ?? and how do you make them go ??


P.S Perhaps he meant £1400 as he did state 'INCLUDING' monitor !!
#19
I still build my own systems unless I know exactly what components and motherboard has been used and plus most components have a 3 year warranty on them anyway, whereas a shop bought system only give you one year for free.... but at the price this is quoted at I would most likely buy it and upgrade stuff as and when needed, the only downside is that some PC builders like dell have a tendency to restrict the motherboard settings in some way. But if you're not planning to overclock or anything and just want a fast decent PC then this is a great buy :D
#20
yorkie;4098527
Come on we're still waiting, we all want to build a new pc based on the i7 cpu for £400, we just need to know where :whistling:


I would advise you not to hold your breath ;-)
#21
paddy.stone;4099241
I still build my own systems unless I know exactly what components and motherboard has been used and plus most components have a 3 year warranty on them anyway, whereas a shop bought system only give you one year for free.... but at the price this is quoted at I would most likely buy it and upgrade stuff as and when needed, the only downside is that some PC builders like dell have a tendency to restrict the motherboard settings in some way. But if you're not planning to overclock or anything and just want a fast decent PC then this is a great buy :D


Exactly, there are a few pro and cons, but that's what most if us worked out a good while back.

I never have bothered overclocking machines (well not for a long time anyway) so not a problem for me - and to be honest it nearly always is easier to upgrade them yourself, as the "extras" seem to be where the companies make their money from!
#22
TopCashback tracks at £26.96, Making this deal all-in at £593.15, sorted :thumbsup:
1 Like #23
For anyone who wants to tweak the spec, still get the money off offer discount and then still get the 15% off as well you should

1 - copy this link with the e-value code in it at the very end http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?b=&c=uk&cs=ukbsdt1&kc=D4XSX003&l=en&oc=D01SX04

2 - paste it into your browser

3 - in your browser change the final number at the end of the link to anything from 1 to 9

4 - go through the shop process until you add to basket

5 - apply the coupon code QHM3VV8CZTDCBD

6 - hey presto, finished

Offers THEN become as follows. Number denotes the final number in the value code

1 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 2GB, 500GB, DVDRW, 1yr support, £450.13
2 - Corei7 920 2.66 Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 3GB, 640GB, DVDRW, 1yr support, £551.74
3 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 4GB, 500GB, DVDRW , 20in TFT, 1yr support, £646
4 - This is the deal posted by the OP
5 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 6GB, 640GB, DVDRW, 23in TFT, 1yr support, £749.05
6 - Corei7 940 2.93, Vista Home Premium, 512mb HD4850, 8GB, 1.2TB, DVDRW, TV Tuner, 1yr support, £944
7 - Corei7 940 2.93, Vista Home Premium, 512mb HD4850, 8GB, 2x500GB, DVDRW, 24in TFT, 1yr support, £988.98
8 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 4GB, 640GB, BluRay, 1yr support, £560.99
9 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 3GB, 500GB, DVDRW, 23in TFT, 2yr support, £664.07

Number 9, and the OP's number 4, seem good deals to me.

This post took me flipping ages ffs...should never have started lol
#24
Evalue Code:

UKBSDONL-D01SX04
#25
Might be a stupid question but anyone know if you run dual monitors from the graphics card [[FONT=arial][SIZE=1]256MB ATI® Radeon™ HD 3450 graphics card[/SIZE][/FONT]] ??

Also the website is super slow i can't add to basket :(
#26
I can't get seem to get
1 - Corei7 920 2.66, Vista Home Premium, 256mb HD3650, 2GB, 500GB, DVDRW, 1yr support, £450.13
even with the voucher it comes out at £517.66 (with the VAT)
#27
scottyb
I can't get seem to get even with the voucher it comes out at £517.66 (with the VAT)


Same here. that one is ex. Vat not sure about the others...
#28
scottyb
Might be a stupid question but anyone know if you run dual monitors from the graphics card [[FONT=arial][SIZE=1]256MB ATI® Radeon™ HD 3450 graphics card[/SIZE][/FONT]] ??

Also the website is super slow i can't add to basket :(


Yep, you should have no problems running dual monitors with it, although one will have to be VGA connection with this card... I run 2 monitors with my HD2400XT and it's brilliant, I use my 2nd monitor on extended desktop to watch movies etc on... but I used to have it hooked up to my HDTV through HDMI.
Just remember that if you're gonna use ATI catalyst/drivers that when updating the drivers you need to do it in these steps:-

1) download the new drivers etc.
2) uninstall curent drivers or whatever it is you're updating.
3) install new drivers etc.

If you don't uninstall and try to install over the top you get problems.
#29
Great price.........rep to the op:thumbsup:
#30
Ordered one, but gone for the model with the blu-ray and configured 6gig ram and the 4850, comes to £655, which is fantastic value with a blu-ray burner! :thumbsup:
#31
Beefnoodlez
Ordered one, but gone for the model with the blu-ray and configured 6gig ram and the 4850, comes to £655, which is fantastic value with a blu-ray burner! :thumbsup:


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#32
fox2020
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:?
#33
Beefnoodlez
:?


How did you manage to get it for that price;-)
#34
http://configure.euro.dell.com/dells...=en&oc=D01SX08

Add the extra 2gb ram and the 4850 gcard, go through to checkout and add the 15% off code, gives you a price of £680, with quidco comes to £646..
#35
Beefnoodlez
http://configure.euro.dell.com/dells...=en&oc=D01SX08

Add the extra 2gb ram and the 4850 gcard, go through to checkout and add the 15% off code, gives you a price of £680, with quidco comes to £646..


Bloody hell, missed that one:-(

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