Extra Value Desktop PC, Intel Dual Core E5300, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, NO OS - £219.80 Delivered @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Extra Value Desktop PC, Intel Dual Core E5300, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, DVDRW, NO OS - £219.80 Delivered @ Ebuyer

£219.80 @ Ebuyer
This superb performance Intel based mATX PC is ideal for use at home or in the office. Optimised for high performance computing requirements, this system utilises high performance components suitable … Read More
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banned7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
This superb performance Intel based mATX PC is ideal for use at home or in the office. Optimised for high performance computing requirements, this system utilises high performance components suitable for this size of chassis.
The motherboard at the heart of this Intel Pentium Dual Core E5300 Socket 775 system provides onboard LAN, 5.1 channel surround sound and integrated Vista Premium ready 2D/3D graphics. A 500GB SATA hard drive provides ample storage, whilst the 4GB of DDR2 800MHz RAM will be plenty to handle most software applications.
Please note that this desktop PC does not come with an operating system. Ebuyer recommends using genuine Microsoft Software and is Windows Vista compatible.
This desktop PC is perfect for anyone looking for a small, durable system for use in at home or as an office system. A durable keyboard and mouse are also provided with the package.

Processor
Intel E5300 Dual Core Processor 2.6Ghz,
2MB Cache
Memory
4GB DDR2 800Mhz
Memory Slot: 2 x DIMM
Hard Drive
500GB (1x500GB) SATA II
Optical Drive
Super multi DVDRW
Software
Operating System: No Operating System
Display
Monitor Not Included
Graphics
Intel GMA 3100
Input Devices
Keyboard and Mouse
Networking
Network Interface: 10/100/1000M LAN, Realtek® RTL8101E
Dimensions
Width 180mm
Depth 450mm
Height 360mm
Interfaces
1 set 5.1 channel Audio jacks (3 jacks)
1 x PS/2 keyboard port
1 x PS/2 mouse port
1 x Parallel port
1 x Serial port
6 x USB 2.0 ports
1 x RJ45 LAN port
1 x VGA port
Warranty
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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#1
Crazy price for that spec!
#2
BeginHunter
Crazy price for that spec!


Lots of people say that, but if you add up the price of the individual components (from ebuyer) you can buy them all for about the same price.

Yes, ebuyer are putting them together, but this would take ebuyer no more than about 15 minutes.

It does not come with an operating system, so basically you are just buying about 7 components that ebuyer have put together for you.
#3
Absolute genius,Who would have thought that a PC was made up of some components fitted together :thumbsup:
#4
tonyg1962
Absolute genius,Who would have thought that a PC was made up of some components fitted together :thumbsup:


LOL :thumbsup:

And of course, EVERYONE knows how to put all those components together so why are they even bothering to sell it pre-built!!?? :?

HOT from me (and I work in IT!)
#5
guilbert53
Lots of people say that, but if you add up the price of the individual components (from ebuyer) you can buy them all for about the same price.

Yes, ebuyer are putting them together, but this would take ebuyer no more than about 15 minutes.

It does not come with an operating system, so basically you are just buying about 7 components that ebuyer have put together for you.


Damn, I wish I'd have thought have doing that. I bought this last week and its a great bit of kit for the price, but I so wish I'd realised that i could buy all the bits myself and put it together myself to save the people at ebuyer the trouble of putting it together for me.

I'm well pleased with my purchase. Recommend this to anyone wanting a decent pc at a decent price, but remember, you need an operating system.......

AND NO, IT WONT PLAY CALL OF DUTY WELL ON IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!:p
#6
Im typing this message right now on the PC specified in the deal -
Its good value, dont expect much from the graphics card however it can run not-so demanding games like Guild Wars, World of Warcraft and Battlefield heroes (all games i tried)
ive added a HD4850 to mine and a corsair 450W power supply - all in all i ended up getting a decent gaming rig for 320 quid, smashing.
#7
Bought one of these at eBuyer when it was posted at about £230, just over a month ago. As Jack-L92 said, it's a really capable PC, especially for gaming, if you add a decent graphics card (and probably a new PSU), but it's also a great price for just an everyday-use machine which will be futureproof for at least a few years.
A worthy investment if you're looking for a new computer.
#8
It looks like this is a Pentium dual core processor in the system and not a core 2 duo, that along with the onboard graphics are my only two cons on this system.
Just getting the components alone would cost around the same price so hot deal imo
#9
this seems better than the acer u submitted earlier. oops just realised no OS
#10
meh dumb question...voted hot!
#11
rashrules
It looks like this is a Pentium dual core processor in the system and not a core 2 duo, that along with the onboard graphics are my only two cons on this system.
Just getting the components alone would cost around the same price so hot deal imo


If I remember my benches right this e5300 beats out alot of the older conroe core 2 duo's whilst running cooler and for the price the e5300 is a great cpu.:thumbsup:
#12
it seems a powerful and still very cheap PC. good find!
#13
quality! you can prolly install the win 7 free download anyway.
#14
Or Ubuntu! (assuming you don't want to play games)
#15
Seen this on ebuyer and bought one at this price and really happy with the performance :thumbsup:
#16
rashrules
It looks like this is a Pentium dual core processor in the system and not a core 2 duo, that along with the onboard graphics are my only two cons on this system.
Just getting the components alone would cost around the same price so hot deal imo


Found this website really good for comparing cpu performence http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_list.php

This processor is as good as a lot of the core2duo's in laptops :thumbsup:
#17
We bought 3 of these as development machines in our office for same price about 2 months ago from Ebuyer. Dreamweaver, photoshop, sql server and SVN all running simulataneously really flies along. Superb value for money.
#18
tonyg1962
Absolute genius,Who would have thought that a PC was made up of some components fitted together :thumbsup:


I am not saying it is a BAD buy, in fact I have considered buying one myself. This is a fair set of components for a "office" computer.

The point I am making is that the poster said "brilliant spec for the money".

But anyone can buy the same individual components for the same cost from ebuyer, so it does not make it a "brilliant spec for the money" as this is what the individual components cost anyway.
#20
Worth a punt but last one I bought from these guys with similar spec turned up DOA. Had to send it back then go elsewhere as they had sold out.
#21
Rather than having the same deal posted over and over gain why don't the mods just unexpire the original post for this PC? :whistling:
#22
montyburns56
Rather than having the same deal posted over and over gain why don't the mods just unexpire the original post for this PC? :whistling:


Agree.

Mod?
#23
Anyone recommend a cheap graphics card for this to run 2 monitors, using HDMI or DVI and a Dsub?
#24
would vista x86 see the 4gb ram? or would you have to install x64?
#25
mannyj
would vista x86 see the 4gb ram? or would you have to install x64?


Vista x86 will only see 3.5gb including your graphics ram ,So if you have a 512mb Gc then vista will see 3gb, However vista rarely uses more than 2gb anyway ,
#26
if i bought this pc and put in this graphics card:

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/154994

would i be able to run some half decent games? just curious and would i need anything else?

i'm clueless when it comes to pcs
#27
Great deal, Heat added.
1 Like #28
soled73;6143662
Anyone recommend a cheap graphics card for this to run 2 monitors, using HDMI or DVI and a Dsub?
Consider this Asus HD 4350 for £23 - it has all 3 connectors.

jat_r;6145507
if i bought this pc and put in this graphics card: http://www.ebuyer.com/product/154994
would i be able to run some half decent games? just curious and would i need anything else?
i'm clueless when it comes to pcs
A HD 4670 would've ideally been the one to go for: e.g. this PowerColor one.
#29
Crossbow
Consider this Asus HD 4350 for £23 - it has all 3 connectors.

A HD 4670 would've ideally been the one to go for: e.g. this PowerColor one.


thank you for your help, i will rep u, i read in the other threads about this that i may need to change the psu if i change the graphics card? i think its psu, a 3 digit number followed by w!
#30
jat_r;6148505
thank you for your help, i will rep u, i read in the other threads about this that i may need to change the psu if i change the graphics card? i think its psu, a 3 digit number followed by w!
A 4670 is arguably the best graphics card you could go for without having to change the PSU :thumbsup:
#31
Crossbow
A 4670 is arguably the best graphics card you could go for without having to change the PSU :thumbsup:


thank u, u have been sucha great help :-D

one last query before i make the jump, is the processor on this any good? i showed my cousin and he was insisting i get a quad core to last me for the next few years.
all i will do on this is word, excel, msn, browse internet, listen to music and possibly play 1080p mkvs... and football manager :)
#32
Just ordered this, can someone means what it means by pre-order? I know generally a pre-order means that something isn't out, is the pre-order on here that they have to build it first?
banned#33
This is the motherboard... Foxconn G31MX-K Motherboard..

Cheapest I could find it was £40 delivered...
#34
jat_r;6151068
....is the processor on this any good? i showed my cousin and he was insisting i get a quad core to last me for the next few years.
all i will do on this is word, excel, msn, browse internet, listen to music and possibly play 1080p mkvs... and football manager :)
In that case, this will be more than enough :thumbsup:

If you ever find the CPU inadequate in the future you could fit a secondhand quad-core.
#35
HI

Can you burn and copy DVDs with this?
banned#36
Could someone who has one of these pc do me a huge favour(s). Could they look inside the case and tell me if the cpu fan is always spining from startup? cause theres a four pins that the cpu fan plugs into and one way the fan doesn't start on boot and one way it does, i assume the fan should always run? also if you wouldn't mine perharps run speedfan: http://www.almico.com/speedfan439.exe and see what speed the fan spins. The only reason i ask is i put a new psu in mine and took this cable of by mistake and now i'm sure if it's on right. Thanks
1 Like #37
georgeman2k9, the CPU fan's power wire will only really plug in one way - match the notch with the plastic bit on the motherboard's header. In any event, plug it in so that the fan spins up straightaway whenever you boot the system. If it doesn't, you obviously have it the wrong way! Yes, it should always run.

cheekyred;6160134
Can you burn and copy DVDs with this?
Specs say: "Optical Drive Super multi DVDRW" - so yes, it can burn & copy (but copying copyright-protected DVDs is against the law).
banned#38
Crossbow
georgeman2k9, the CPU fan's power wire will only really plug in one way - match the notch with the plastic bit on the motherboard's header. In any event, plug it in so that the fan spins up straightaway whenever you boot the system. If it doesn't, you obviously have it the wrong way! Yes, it should always run.

Specs say: "Optical Drive Super multi DVDRW" - so yes, it can burn & copy (but copying copyright-protected DVDs is against the law).


Great thanks for clarifying Crossbow :)
#39
im going to order this now but i was wondering if somebody could clear something up, where would the drivers be? because there is no os what would i need to do? load up the windows xp cd and then boot from there? what about the drivers? im a noob lol
#40
jat_r;6172720
im going to order this now but i was wondering if somebody could clear something up, where would the drivers be? because there is no os what would i need to do? load up the windows xp cd and then boot from there? what about the drivers? im a noob lol
The motherboard drivers will be provided on disk.

You can get the latest (assuming it's the same motherboard as used before) from the manufacturer's website - related links in this post (when the deal was posted before).

Any more questions, or problems you have when you receive it, just post & someone will be glad to help :thumbsup:

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