Dell XPS 420 Desktop base unit. Quadcore 2.4Ghz, 2gig, 500Gb, 8800GT graphics £571 delivered - HotUKDeals
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305-D01X403 Home site - Best price £571.87 Delivered or *less.
DimensionTM XPS 420 (D01X403)

Add the logitech EX110 wireless key/mouse for this price.
Use the 10% voucher for £56 off

Intel Core 2 Quad-Core Processor Q6600 (2.40GHz, 8MB, 1066MHz)
Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium - English
Monitor Not included
2048MB 667MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x1024]
500GB Dual Hard Drive Raid 0 Stripe (2x250GB - 7200rpm)
SINGLE 512MB NVIDIA GeForce 8800GT 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
Base Warranty - 1 Year XPS Premium Hardware Support (incl. Gaming and On-Site Support)
19-in-1 Media Card Reader
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#1
Not quite as good as the last deal unfortunately.
#2
Still a good buy though, although the Tesco deal comes closer now.
#3
comes in as £629 with delivery
[mod]#4
syanide;1465644
comes in as £629 with delivery


IF you follow the instructions in the first post you will find its £571.87!
#5
MikeT
IF you follow the instructions in the first post you will find its £571.87!


I get £596 total price with the logitech cordless mouse & Keyboard selected and discount code applied

Mike in your spec you have listed the Enhance Multimedia Keyboard which comes to £572 with discount code applied
#6
Agent_Silver
Still a good buy though, although the Tesco deal comes closer now.


What is this Tesco deal? Had a quick look about but couldnt see anything on it....?
#7
Hi , i cant see Tesco offering a computer with this sort of spec? The cache and bus speeds would be slower and i wouldn't expect a GFX card of anywhere near that standard.
[mod] 1 Like #8
Brains;1465880
I get £596 total price with the logitech cordless mouse & Keyboard selected and discount code applied

Mike in your spec you have listed the Enhance Multimedia Keyboard which comes to £572 with discount code applied


Its £571.87 brains, swop the listed keyboard for the Logitch ex110 for the discount of around £1
#9
only teso quad deal I can see is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/131782/medion-quad-core-pc-base-unit-579-9/

but nowt like the dell spec - the graphics card alone warrants a 100 difference
#10
looks a great post to me

keep em coming Mike

I am monitoring your posts while iam saving for a new desktop

I am sure ir will be a Dell one from one of our posts

mucho appreciado

rep added
#11
MikeT
Its £571.87 brains, swop the listed keyboard for the Logitch ex110 for the discount of around £1


Ahh right I can see you have updated your op to reflect which Logitech Bundle to choose. Many thx

:thumbsup:
#12
bigdannyb
only teso quad deal I can see is http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/131782/medion-quad-core-pc-base-unit-579-9/

but nowt like the dell spec - the graphics card alone warrants a 100 difference


This pc was cheaper earlier in the year, and the tesco deal was another £100 more expensive, this pc has become dearer and the tesco one cheaper, the tesco one comes with a lot of bundled software including antivirus and office suite (Tesco branded) and twice as much hard disc....I still think the Dell deal is better, however, the gap has closed a little.
Computeractive seem to quite like the tesco deal, although it is noisy.
To make it clear I gave this a Hot Vote..sorry for any confusion
#13
from the specs this is an incredible machine?

the 8800gt graphics card is much better than the tesco one no?
#14
oh yes the 8800GT in this system can run most games out there at high res on max settings and even have a crack at crysis on very high. The 8600gts isnt really in the same league - it can be had for less than a hundred where as you looking at 170 + for the 8800gt.

dont think this PC has been cheaper but there were some upgrades on this until the 9th for very little extra cash - still great price for what you get.
#15
ok im in need of a new gaming machine 2 and i thought id wait until after xmas to get the best deal. Do you think they will come down anymore or should i buy buy buy? :w00t:
#16
what motherboards do these use? are they quite future proof?
#17
RITE!!!! i got it down to 512 quid!

its 120 quid of selected models and with the 10% makes it that price. no extras.
#18
cornish
RITE!!!! i got it down to 512 quid!

its 120 quid of selected models and with the 10% makes it that price. no extras.


err how you get that ? are you going all the way to checkout including delivery ?
#19
thats excluding delivery, sorry! any ideas how long this deal would take 2 get 2 me?
#20
my budget is 500 ish so you got me excited then !! cant quite stretch to 570 :x
#21
yeh sorry bigman
banned#22
This is much better that the Tesco machine - the graphics card is worth £100 more

/edit I've ordered one £572.10
#23
just realised you can buy now and pay Jan 2008 for a fixed fee of 49 quid - that may just have clinched it for me ! Got no money now so wait to pay it a year when I'll still have no free cash - SOLD !
#24
Anyone know if you can get digital out from these things, I have a surround sound system with spare inputs I'd like to hook up to it for a games machine.

Any of the sounds options allow that?
#25
Caved in and got one of these with 2Gb Ram. Where is my best bet to get another 2Gb from?
#26
There are a couple of really good XPS 420s on the Dell Outlet site for £453 inclusive. They’re in my basket and will be released in about 5 minutes or so if you’re interested.
#27
Hot!

Is the ram in 2 x 1gb sticks?
#29
cornish
ok im in need of a new gaming machine 2 and i thought id wait until after xmas to get the best deal. Do you think they will come down anymore or should i buy buy buy? :w00t:


Yes, I am willing to bet my house that this spec PC will be cheaper in the future, but that's like saying I bet you tomorrow you will be 1 day older.
#30
bigdannyb;1470610
just realised you can buy now and pay Jan 2008 for a fixed fee of 49 quid - that may just have clinched it for me ! Got no money now so wait to pay it a year when I'll still have no free cash - SOLD !


Lol - so they're giving you 13 days to pay?? (8 now!)
#31
Good deal, voted HOT
#32
voted hot

got one with 4 gb ram for £680
#33
Would have been cheaper to buy this one and stick your own ram in - [url]www.hotukdeals.com/item/138049/ocz-4gb-ddr2-pc2-6400-800mhz-enhanc/[/url]
#34
got this one yesterday but had a nightmare ordering it, still not sure if its all gone thru. Not recieved conformatoion of payment yet, anyone no how long that takes? My visa debit card works on all other transactions online but dell said abbey would release the funds. i phoned abbey in INIDA!!! and they said they had and even hung up on me twice. Almost left my bank ive been with for 20 years and if my dad hadnt paid on his card id still be none the wiser.
#35
is 2 gig of ram gunna be just fine on this system or would you advise me to get 4 gig? also how many slots are there to put ram in? and is it 2 1 gigs in this sysem? tavmuch!!:w00t:
#36



You appear to be saving a mere £30 by opting for a video card worth ~£50-£70 less i.e. 8600GTS instead of 8800GT - that's quite a dramatic performance difference too...

If you are happy with slower graphics, may as well buy this
#37
cornish
is 2 gig of ram gunna be just fine on this system or would you advise me to get 4 gig? also how many slots are there to put ram in? and is it 2 1 gigs in this sysem? tavmuch!!:w00t:


I would suggest that you buy 2GB now and then upgrade cheaper later on. You can use ReadyBoost under Vista with a USB flash stick (which you will have but it needs to write at least 2.5 MB/s. Then the system will let you know how useful ReadyBoost is , if ReadyBoost is active in using the memory in your flash stick then it is time to replace it with DDR2 memory which is closer and faster for the CPU. If you don't have a fast enough 4GB usb flash stick to use then fork out £15 or so to get one.
#38
How easy is it to get compatible RAM? I may buy one of these but although I fancy 4gb RAM the price to upgrade 2-4gb is way too high. So I'd need another 2gb from elsewhere or possibly 4gb and swapout the whole lot.

:)
#39
Is this deal finished now, was interested but does not seem to open on offer like normal?
#40
The link no longer works and you can't navigate to the PC via the Dell website.....but I did save Dell's URL which still works, I ordered mine yesterday.

http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?b&c=uk&l=en&oc=D01X403&s=dhs&fb=1&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756

You'll have to double check the offers still apply once added to your basket.

Maybe someone can edit the 'got to deal' link to use the one I've listed above?

:)

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