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Thought I would see if people thought this was a good deal.

Specifications:

• AMD (Trinity) A8-5600K Black Edition Quad-Core 3.90GHz Accelerated Processor
• Graphics: Radeon HD 7560D 1024MB GDDR3 DirectX 11 Graphics
• 16GB (2x8192) 1333MHz DDR3 Dual-Channel Memory (32GB Max)
• 1TB (7200rpm) SATA 3GB/s (SATA II) Hard Drive
• GIGABYTE AMD A55 (Socket FM2) Motherboard
• 550W ARIAnet ACE Xtreme Series Power Supply
• ARIAnet StealthX Black Midi Tower Gaming Case
• DVD +/- RW Drive w/ m-Disk Support

Technical Details:

Dimensions:
• Height: 437mm
• Width: 185mm
• Depth: 466.5mm

Interfaces:
• 4x SATA 3G Ports
• 1x PS/2 Keyboard Port
• 1x PS/2 Mouse Port
• 1x D-Sub / VGA Port
• 1x DVI-D Port
• 1x HDMI Port
• 4x USB 2.0 Ports
• 1x RJ-45 LAN Port (10/100/1000)
• 3x Audio Jacks

Expansion:
• 1x PCI-e x16 GEN 2.0 Slot
• 1x PCI-e x1 Slot
• 1x PCI Slot

Also included with your system:

• Resource DVD(s) (Diagnostic & Drivers)
• 2 Meter Power Cord - UK
• Standard Warranty 1 year Collect & Return Hardware Support included with your PC

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defconluke#41
Parts list from Ebuyer
For about the same price, if you're able to build it yourself because lets face it most of the markup on these is the labor cost to build them, you can get a reliable name brand PSU, a better CPU with better integrated graphics and much faster RAM to get the most from the integrated graphics.

Edited By: defconluke on Feb 05, 2013 01:56
rcc25#42
hi i am building gaming computers since years i can say about this one this is is very good hi spec super fast OFFICE PC for NOT
GAMING RIG Average price for gaming pc is 1000 pounds don`t be silly you will not be able to play BF3 on full settings ;)
gaming pc needs big stable proper quality power supply 750-1000w then proper graphic card usually it costs half of pc.
stable mainboard ready for overlocking, proper cpu with unlocked multiplier that can handle with gpu wchich is muuuuch faster than main cpu. Memory no need for more than 16gb even 8 gb is ok but about 2600mhz hard drive simple RAID 0 with two 120 gb ssd
case with good cooling and cooling system it self but i think you all know about it
so
office pc - hot very hot
gaming pc - for tetris yes
100tom#43
Arcana
I think the term 'gaming machine' generally just means 'half of the money goes towards the graphics card'.
you no that the porcessor will give you out a 4gb graphics card' ability and have 11 gb ram check it out and see
BadBunny#44
HD 7560 tragic performance

Not a good gaming PC. I would advise you to save your money and buy an upcoming PS4 if you want to game, and use whatever you're using now for work. If WoW is your thing, even Intel 4000 can play it decently. My antiquated laptop with GT 420M runs it on high setting when I used to play. Unless you're doing intensive number-crunching/sound/graphics/architecture/engineering/modding/movie/rendering work, I don't seen any point in getting this. Even then, trade off the excess RAM for lesser but faster models.
redondo5#45
Can this do skyrim at 1080p with all the cool enb mods with ultra settings?
monti#46
Well that it's not gaming PC.... I don't know maybe for old games.... Processor may Ok but gpu, psu, ram not really powerful... Also you need ssd drive, best if is sata 3 ( check if that motherboard support sata3).. Price well Ok but if you pay bit more you can build better PC...
07sanchez#47
I originally posted he deal and I can't decide. Not sure to get this or get the CPA i7 when there is a voucher.

This is £320 plus £80 for an OS. The CPA when on offer is £549. So I may spend the extra £150 to get the dell. Better parts and processor.
stringsonfire#48
Wouldn't call this a gaming machine just because it's in a case that lights up, but it's a good computer for the money
davross23#50
this machine doesnt have a graphics card, it i has an A8 AMD chip with built int GFX, its EQUIV to that gfx card, it uses system ram and its budget as hell, the PSU is budget too, you buy this you will get 2 years out of it at meh settings, you get what you pay for.
rev6#51
It's a beast.
davross23#52
its not even an A10 5800k black edition, its an A8 meh edition, its only 3.90 OC'd, not stock.

When it comes to application benchmarks, the A8-3870K is less impressive. A score of 0.7 is fast enough to handle everyday applications, but it doesn’t compare favourably with rivals: it’s slower than every Intel Core i3 chip bar the low-power versions, and it's slower than all the AMD FX CPUs.
At £79, however, we're willing to overlook that, since it's cheaper than every current-generation Core i3 processor and, makes up for its slightly disappointing application benchmarks with best-in-class gaming performance. The A8-3870K strikes a fine balance, and it's the chip we recommend for building a budget PC – at least until the next wave of APUs arrive.

BUTTget PC.
xela333#53
redondo5
Can this do skyrim at 1080p with all the cool enb mods with ultra settings?

Afraid not, you would need to look at something with an Nvidia 660 or AMD 7850 graphics card or up for that.
barga5n h4nter 1 Like #54
Will this play Doom 2? :p
thepinkninja#55
deanos
cold no usb3

It's £320...
crazypearce#56
personally I'd say it isn't worth it. I built my gaming machine for £500 a year and half ago and it can still max most games today. just because it is cheap, it doesn't mean it is good. it will use the lowest quality products which makes it nearly impossible to upgrade in the future.
stringsonfire#58
crazypearce
personally I'd say it isn't worth it. I built my gaming machine for £500 a year and half ago and it can still max most games today. just because it is cheap, it doesn't mean it is good. it will use the lowest quality products which makes it nearly impossible to upgrade in the future.

Agreed. There are so many guides available for free online, even on youtube, that there's no reason to buy something like this. Anyone can build a computer once they know what they're doing, I've taught a few people, and now they have good spec PCs and can maintain them themselves
crazypearce#59

not really. it has no graphics card. if you want to play anything half decent it won't run great at all. you can build one with a gpu that will max most games for about £500. it's worth the extra to do that.
dylanridley#60
rcc25
hi i am building gaming computers since years i can say about this one this is is very good hi spec super fast OFFICE PC for NOT
GAMING RIG Average price for gaming pc is 1000 pounds don`t be silly you will not be able to play BF3 on full settings ;)
gaming pc needs big stable proper quality power supply 750-1000w then proper graphic card usually it costs half of pc.
stable mainboard ready for overlocking, proper cpu with unlocked multiplier that can handle with gpu wchich is muuuuch faster than main cpu. Memory no need for more than 16gb even 8 gb is ok but about 2600mhz hard drive simple RAID 0 with two 120 gb ssd
case with good cooling and cooling system it self but i think you all know about it
so
office pc - hot very hot
gaming pc - for tetris yes

You're an idiot if you spend £1000 on a computer. Unless its Alienware, but then you just got your **** ripped out.
I wouldn't spend more than ~£650

This actually seems decent as well, considering the fact that I just bought a new PSU for my old desktop.

This thing with a new PSU and GPU wouldn't be half bad, and would still be a reasonable price after laying down the cash for that

Maybe some faster RAM, too.

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