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Extra Value Desktop - £343.13 @ Ebuyer

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5y, 9m agoFound 5 years, 9 months ago
seems decent spec for price
may advice to add a graphics card if a gamer

Core i3-2100
8GB RAM
1TB HDD
DVD Writer
mATX Gloss Black Case
No Operating System
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#1
Good find. voting hot ! !
#2
Hot, but 8GB of RAM is worrying, trying to hide something with a big number. Either way this computer is not much cheaper ( if at all ) buying in parts.

Also, please note the motherboard has the H61 chipset, which is the revised chipset so the SATA connection shouldn't be a problem anymore.
#3
H67 and P67 with B3 stepping are the replacement motherboards to avoid the SATA problem.

The H61 chipset was announced at the same time as H67 and P67 - just hasn't been released until now. H61 has no SATA3.

http://ark.intel.com/Compare.aspx?ids=52807,52806
#4
Parts price comes in at £280, cold imo
#5
Annodomini where can you get the parts from cheaper? Or find a better offer looking for a new desktop but not sure what to Get :(
#6
emmarmmatthews
Annodomini where can you get the parts from cheaper? Or find a better offer looking for a new desktop but not sure what to Get :(


CHECK THIS OUT

Very good choice for basic use.


Edited By: Rimi on Mar 29, 2011 08:04
#7
Thanks Rimi Would that last long though or would I be better off getting a i3?
#8
hi, where can youet these parts for 280?
#9
Ebuyer

Case
PSU
Motherboard
Processor
HDD
DVD-RW
RAM (2 of required to match specification)

ETA: Revised RAM which adds £15 as motherboard is 2 slot:

Revised RAM

Revised price is 295 not 280 as previously posted

Edited By: annodomini2 on Mar 29, 2011 14:17
#10
Or £265 with 4GB
#11
emmarmmatthews
Thanks Rimi Would that last long though or would I be better off getting a i3?

It will last years and years.. For basic tasks there is no need for i3 processor.But if you plan to work with video editing,riping or other graphic task or music creation then i5 or i7 would suit best. But all this with the price to pay.

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