Dell XPS 420 Base unit. Quad core 2.4Ghz, 2gig, 320Gb, 256meg HD2600XT £671 delivered - HotUKDeals
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Remember to reduce the warranty to minimum where applicable and buy via *Quidco for further cashback savings.

Remove this Dell 19" Silver Wide Flat Panel (SE198WFP) to get the above price.

The attached voucher expires midnight 31st Oct so be quick to get the above price.

305-D11X407 Home site - Best price £671.96 Delivered or *less.
DimensionTM XPS 420 (D11X407)

Intel Core 2 Quad-Core Q6600 Processor (2.40GHz, 1066MHz, 8MB)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium - English
2048MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x1024]
320GB (7200rpm) Serial ATA/100 Hard Drive with 16MB DataBurst cache
256MB ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT graphics card
16x DVD +/- RW Drive
Dell Enhanced USB Multimedia Keyboard - UK/Irish (QWERTY)
Dell Optical Scroll Premium Mouse
Integrated HDA 7.1 Dolby Digital Audio
Microsoft Works 8.0 - English
Base Warranty - 1 Year XPS Premium Hardware Support (incl. Gaming and On-Site Support)
19-in-1 Media Card Reader
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[mod]#1
This is one of tomorrows ecodes that has gone up on the site a bit early.

Upgrades:Premium Chassis - Intel® Core™ 2 Quad-Core Q6600 Processor (2.40GHz, 1066MHz, 8MB) [add £17.62]
#2
You appear to be able to use the following option to get it even cheaper (£660.71 delivered):

"I have already selected the Kensington Wireless Mouse from the services promotion.

Maybe this can be use for other Dell PCs as well?
#3
http://img64.imageshack.us/img64/4914/dellta1.jpg
[mod]#4
Your welcome to try it, but dell are well used to the "remove mouse" trick now and usually reject the order and contact the customer insisting that you choose a mouse.
#5
There is an offer on the Mesh homepage for the Elite Q4 FX £699.00 delivered as follows:

Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Q6600 Quad Core Processor(2.4GHz,8MB Cache,1066MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium Edition
Digital / Analogue TV Tuner PCI Card
New MESH Midi-TowerATX Case + 550W PSU
PCI-Express Mainboard - SLI nForce 650i SLI(C55) - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad-Core - ATX
4GB DDR2 667MHz Memory -( 4x 1GB )
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
LightScribe Super Format 18x Dual Layer DVD Writer +R/-R/RW/RAM
256MB nVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS - DVI, HDTV, TV-Out
19" Widescreen LCD TFT Display with internal speakers
5.1 High Definition onboard sound card - 6 Channel Cinema sound
Logitech S220 - 2.1 Speakers with Subwoofer
Logitech Cordless Keyboard & Cordless Optical Mouse
Free Microsoft® Works® 8.5 + 60 Days Microsoft Office Trial
Free Cyberlink Video Editing Suite - 7 titles (oem)
2x IEEE1394 Firewire (onboard)
1x Gigabit LAN (onboard)
Multi-format Memory Card Reader
Free Upgrade to 1 Year On Site* - UK Mainland Only (Repairline Ltd Warranty)

Comes with PC Pro magazine recommendation, I'm no expert but I need a new PC and I'm very tempted.

What do you think MikeT?
#6
QuidProQuo
There is an offer on the Mesh homepage for the Elite Q4 FX £699.00 delivered as follows:

Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Q6600 Quad Core Processor(2.4GHz,8MB Cache,1066MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium Edition
Digital / Analogue TV Tuner PCI Card
New MESH Midi-TowerATX Case + 550W PSU
PCI-Express Mainboard - SLI nForce 650i SLI(C55) - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad-Core - ATX
4GB DDR2 667MHz Memory -( 4x 1GB )
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
LightScribe Super Format 18x Dual Layer DVD Writer +R/-R/RW/RAM
256MB nVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS - DVI, HDTV, TV-Out
19" Widescreen LCD TFT Display with internal speakers
5.1 High Definition onboard sound card - 6 Channel Cinema sound
Logitech S220 - 2.1 Speakers with Subwoofer
Logitech Cordless Keyboard & Cordless Optical Mouse
Free Microsoft® Works® 8.5 + 60 Days Microsoft Office Trial
Free Cyberlink Video Editing Suite - 7 titles (oem)
2x IEEE1394 Firewire (onboard)
1x Gigabit LAN (onboard)
Multi-format Memory Card Reader
Free Upgrade to 1 Year On Site* - UK Mainland Only (Repairline Ltd Warranty)

Comes with PC Pro magazine recommendation, I'm no expert but I need a new PC and I'm very tempted.

What do you think MikeT?




everything seems ok, especially if you get a 19" LCD with it.....except the graphics card is very weak if you intend to play the latest games e.g. Crysis.... however the 650i MotherBrd on that mesh system is SLI...so you couldhave potentiasl for a good upgrade in future
#7
Yeah I looked at that Mesh one but the graphics card is so ****.
#8
MikeT
This is one of tomorrows ecodes that has gone up on the site a bit early.

Upgrades:Premium Chassis - Intel® Core™ 2 Quad-Core Q6600 Processor (2.40GHz, 1066MHz, 8MB) [add £17.62]



nice price for a quad.... but for the latest gaming the graphics card would have to change.....


btw, i hope these new machines start appearing on the outlet site
[mod]#9
QuidProQuo
There is an offer on the Mesh homepage for the Elite Q4 FX £699.00 delivered as follows:
Comes with PC Pro magazine recommendation, I'm no expert but I need a new PC and I'm very tempted.

What do you think MikeT?


Looks fine for the money, though its never going to use the 4gig of ram with a 32bit OS only seeing 3 and a bit gigs.
As already said crysis isnt going to run flat out on the graphics but not many cards will that get bundled.
See what dell offers tomorrow.
suspended#10
Still cheaper to Build Your Own! :p ( [url]www.buildyourown.org.uk[/url] is a good site to learn how)

eg (For Crysis)
Q6600 G0 + Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro £185
Antec Sonata 3 with 500W Earthwatts PSU £75
2Gb Geil Ultra £45
8800GT £145
Samsung Spinpoint 320GB + DVD £70
ASUS P5K £75
Vista Home Premium £70

Total £665 (No MS works, KB or Mouse)

Now that system probably could just about max out Crysis!
#11
QuidProQuo
There is an offer on the Mesh homepage for the Elite Q4 FX £699.00 delivered as follows:

Intel® Core™ 2 Quad Q6600 Quad Core Processor(2.4GHz,8MB Cache,1066MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista™ Home Premium Edition
Digital / Analogue TV Tuner PCI Card
New MESH Midi-TowerATX Case + 550W PSU
PCI-Express Mainboard - SLI nForce 650i SLI(C55) - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad-Core - ATX
4GB DDR2 667MHz Memory -( 4x 1GB )
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
LightScribe Super Format 18x Dual Layer DVD Writer +R/-R/RW/RAM
256MB nVIDIA GeForce 8400 GS - DVI, HDTV, TV-Out
19" Widescreen LCD TFT Display with internal speakers
5.1 High Definition onboard sound card - 6 Channel Cinema sound
Logitech S220 - 2.1 Speakers with Subwoofer
Logitech Cordless Keyboard & Cordless Optical Mouse
Free Microsoft® Works® 8.5 + 60 Days Microsoft Office Trial
Free Cyberlink Video Editing Suite - 7 titles (oem)
2x IEEE1394 Firewire (onboard)
1x Gigabit LAN (onboard)
Multi-format Memory Card Reader
Free Upgrade to 1 Year On Site* - UK Mainland Only (Repairline Ltd Warranty)

Comes with PC Pro magazine recommendation, I'm no expert but I need a new PC and I'm very tempted.

What do you think MikeT?


I was looking at this as well, there is a version with a 22" TFT for £799 as well. Looks like a great spec (dont need it for games).

Don't forget that Comet sell Mesh PCs now as well, I was waiting for a decent voucher code to use on their website :thumbsup:
#12
benwoodcock
Still cheaper to Build Your Own! :p ( [url]www.buildyourown.org.uk[/url] is a good site to learn how)

eg (For Crysis)
Q6600 G0 + Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro £185
Antec Sonata 3 with 500W Earthwatts PSU £75
2Gb Geil Ultra £45
8800GT £145
Samsung Spinpoint 320GB + DVD £70
ASUS P5K £75
Vista Home Premium £70

Total £665 (No MS works, KB or Mouse)

Now that system probably could just about max out Crysis!


Would you happen to have links to the prices/items you quoted

Not bad...Is the motherboard SLI....I think it's wise to get an SLI motherboard if your into your gaming.....for example....the above system you could by an 8800GT now for about £150....then 9-12 months down the line....you could pick up another 8800GT for a lot cheaper (maybe/hopefully £60-80) and SLI it.....making it even more suitable for upcoming game titles.
#13
Thanks for the comments, as long as it can cope with the demands of solitaire, freecell and manic miner the graphics card should be OK for me.

Don't fancy Vista, can't afford to have any downtime due to software issues. They are offering Windows XP Media Center Edition 2005 as an alternative.
#14
benwoodcock
Still cheaper to Build Your Own! :p ( [url]www.buildyourown.org.uk[/url] is a good site to learn how)

eg (For Crysis)
Q6600 G0 + Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro £185
Antec Sonata 3 with 500W Earthwatts PSU £75
2Gb Geil Ultra £45
8800GT £145
Samsung Spinpoint 320GB + DVD £70
ASUS P5K £75
Vista Home Premium £70

Total £665 (No MS works, KB or Mouse)

Now that system probably could just about max out Crysis!


thats a nice build, the p5k is £69.42 at ebuyer (also with google extra 10 off)

where can you get a 8800gt for £145?

you could always just :pirate: windows and save another £70 too (microsoft are capitalist scum so who cares)
suspended#15
Without sounding like a religious flake, One of the ten commandments is something like do not steal. :p

Ubuntu FTW! Free, legal, only problem is that some stuff doesn't work. But all mine does.

The prices are just estimates, everything should be slightly cheaper.
suspended#16
redondo5
Would you happen to have links to the prices/items you quoted

Not bad...Is the motherboard SLI....I think it's wise to get an SLI motherboard if your into your gaming.....for example....the above system you could by an 8800GT now for about £150....then 9-12 months down the line....you could pick up another 8800GT for a lot cheaper (maybe/hopefully £60-80) and SLI it.....making it even more suitable for upcoming game titles.


It is pretty much all off ebuyer, but the RAM is off microdirect/overclockersUK and you could probably save a few quid if you look around, although you might have to pay delivery.

Motherboard isn't SLi, generally I would advise selling your other card and then buying one better card, although in this case the 8800GT is new, and the only new cards out in a year will be the top of the range cards w/ rumoured arrival in January(unless ATI does something)
The P5N-E SLi is apparently a good SLi motherboard, and the P5K series (apart form the budget SE) do crossfire, ATi's version.

But unless you're using at least a 22" screen, avoid crossfire/SLi.
#17
Why is this hot, am I missing something?
Remove the £160 CPU and the £60 GPU and you are left paying ~£450 for the rest with no monitor; seems cold to me. :thinking:
#18
the cheapest 8800gt on ebuyer is £159.75
suspended#19
Whoops sorry didn't realise, out of stock as well :(

Pretty sure they used to be a bit cheaper, they appeared on this site as well!
#20
I put together a system from Ebuyer with a better spec than this and it came to £540 so WTF people that’s £130 less! :w00t:
The differences are these:

Logitech Cordless desktop EX 110
Antec NSK4480 case with 380W Earthwatts PSU
OCZ 2x1GB DDR-800 CL4
WD 500GB SATAII
NEC SATA DVD-RW
Gigabyte P35-S3
XP Home OEM

I could have made it much cheaper but I wanted to show that you can get better than this for less money.
#21
MikeT
This is one of tomorrows ecodes that has gone up on the site a bit early.

Upgrades:Premium Chassis - Intel® Core™ 2 Quad-Core Q6600 Processor (2.40GHz, 1066MHz, 8MB) [add £17.62]



whats a "premium chassis" i..e whats the difference here?

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