Gaming PC - AMD A4 7300 3.8GHz, R7 360 2gb, 4gb Ram 1600Hz, 500gb - £270.99 @ CCL/Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Gaming PC - AMD A4 7300 3.8GHz, R7 360 2gb, 4gb Ram 1600Hz, 500gb - £270.99 @ CCL/Ebay

£270.99 @ eBay
Very Fast Gaming PC AMD A4 7300 3.8GHz Graphics R7 360 2gb 4gb Ram 1600Hz 500gb (+£3 for 1TB) Optical drive 500W power supply USB 3.0 ports 3year warranty £270.99 Graphic… Read More
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
Very Fast Gaming PC

AMD A4 7300 3.8GHz

Graphics R7 360 2gb

4gb Ram 1600Hz

500gb (+£3 for 1TB)

Optical drive

500W power supply

USB 3.0 ports

3year warranty

£270.99

Graphics benchmark:

http://www.videocardbenchmark.net/gpu.php?gpu=Radeon+R7+360

Processor Benchmark:

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu.php?cpu=AMD+A4-7300+APU

For those who insist building your own PC is cheaper - I bet you cannot buy only new parts with a benchmark comparable to this. And on this you get a 3 year warranty.

For n00bs - watch out - this comes without wifi, OS, keyboard, mouse and monitor.
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8m, 2w agoFound 8 months, 2 weeks ago
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3 Likes #1
Advertising this as a "Gaming PC" is a complete scam

Yes it may have a R7 360 but the A4 is so weak, it wont keep up well at all

Edited By: JimBobJr on Oct 08, 2016 18:25
#2
Slip it a few dodgy AMD pills... and make sure you switch the USB ports sample before any testing ;)
1 Like #3
My 6 year old laptop has a faster processor.
1 Like #4
JimBobJr
Advertising this as a "Gaming PC" is a complete scam
Yes it may have a R7 360 but the A4 is so weak, it wont keep up well at all
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwYTYxBdaMQ
Here is that processor playing Battlefield 4
1 Like #5
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.

That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...
1 Like #6
myotherusernameisclean
JimBobJr
Advertising this as a "Gaming PC" is a complete scam
Yes it may have a R7 360 but the A4 is so weak, it wont keep up well at all
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwYTYxBdaMQ
Here is that processor playing Battlefield 4


That video shows you changing settings to 'low' and then clicking 'no' when asked to save before exiting...?
1 Like #7
As an absolute Noob, if I were to use the SSD and HDD & i5 (4) from my current PC in this would that be feasible?

Edited By: Traindriver2000 on Oct 08, 2016 20:08: correction
1 Like #8
Walgeon
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.

That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...


Yes, should do fine and there is some room to upgrade the processor or GPU.
#9
greentrident
Walgeon
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.

That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...


Yes, should do fine and there is some room to upgrade the processor or GPU.


Thanks. I might give it a shot. Do you think it's worth it?
#10
Traindriver2000
As an absolute Noob, if I were to use the SSD and HDD & i5 (4) from my current PC in this would that be feasible?


No. The i5 would need a different mobo.
#11
Walgeon
greentrident
Walgeon
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.
That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...
Yes, should do fine and there is some room to upgrade the processor or GPU.
Thanks. I might give it a shot. Do you think it's worth it?
No, it is not.
#12
andynicol
myotherusernameisclean
JimBobJr
Advertising this as a "Gaming PC" is a complete scam
Yes it may have a R7 360 but the A4 is so weak, it wont keep up well at all
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwYTYxBdaMQ
Here is that processor playing Battlefield 4
That video shows you changing settings to 'low' and then clicking 'no' when asked to save before exiting...?

i think thats because he didnt change anything - it was already low, he went through the settings but clicked no to retain his set up.
And at about 17 mins he does put it in ultra mode, its only single player campaign, i would be interested to see the multiplayer on this. I am no PC gamer, but since consoles cost as much nowadays as a PC could be an option..
#13
Walgeon
greentrident
Walgeon
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.

That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...


Yes, should do fine and there is some room to upgrade the processor or GPU.


Thanks. I might give it a shot. Do you think it's worth it?


I think the problem would be that your son only plays lower end games now but quite quickly something would come out that requires a bit more power. If you're happy to stick with what's currently played it should perform well enough and I think the price is OK for a prebuilt PC. If anyone else can ID a better option that would be useful.
#14
For £270, this is perfectly reasonable, for the price.

Though not very powerful.
2 Likes #15
Op are you joking about the not being able to build better with new parts for the money jibe? Totally delusional. I recently built a pc for a friend for 285 which had an i3 4170, h81m plus mobo, 8gb hyper x fury 1866 ram, gtx 750ti, 120gb ssd, fractal core 1300 case, xfx ts 430w (tier 2) psu, Windows 10, and a dual band WiFi card. All parts were new and sourced either from deals on hot UK deals and / or through flubit. This deal is awful, try building a pc before making ridiculous statements. Building a pc isn't about putting the exact same crappy components into part picker and then saying omg it's an amazing deal, it's about choosing decent balanced components and finding good deals on them. This pc sucks and although I'm not trying to say everyone should build their own pc, it is not at all diffcicult to put together a vastly superior system to this if you are willing to try
#16
I don't disagree with you, but adding Windows to a new build these days is not as cheap as it was earlier in the year.
#17
dan_lesser
I don't disagree with you, but adding Windows to a new build these days is not as cheap as it was earlier in the year.


I don't know if I was just lucky but I saved a copy of Windows 10 on Google drive and can create a Windows 10 USB and using a Windows 7 key(most people will have one of these considering it's been around for years, from any laptops or PC's they've had) been able to successfully install a genuine copy.

Edited By: tommy6000009 on Oct 09, 2016 10:34: Correction
#19
Traindriver2000
As an absolute Noob, if I were to use the SSD and HDD & i5 (4) from my current PC in this would that be feasible?

The motherboard will only support FM2 socket CPUs, so the i5 wouldn't work. The SSD and HDD will be fine though.
#20
Walgeon
Be honest, is this going to be good enough for games like minecraft, modded minecraft, portal and World of warcraft? On high settings for all.

That's what my son plays and if this can I'd save money...

It should be fine.

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