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AMD Athlon II X4 635 Processor
(64-bit, 2.9GHz clock, 2MB cache)
3GB DDR3 RAM memory size
500GB Hard drive
DVD-Rewriter drive
NVIDIA GeForce 6150 SE Graphics card
6 USB ports
Built in wireless
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#1
Decent price for a quad core Athlon.

Processor speed - very respectable:

http://www.cpubenchmark.net/cpu_lookup.php?cpu=AMD+Athlon+II+X4+635
#2
Showing £262.94 via link.
#3
Showing £262.94 via link.

Mistake on the page - buy it now price is £210! I just bought one ;-)
#4
Looks quite good .thanks for posting.Voted hot.
#5
Price is great. Voted hot
banned#6
Cube 247 the following PC for £219.00 with no operating system.

http://www.cube247.co.uk/products.asp?partno=Sigma+GT5

AMD 645 Quad Core Processor
8GB Premium Branded DDR3 Memory
Premium Branded 1000GB SATAII Ultra Fast Hard Disk
NVIDIA GeForce 7025 256MB SMA Graphics
Ultra Fast Samsung DVDRW
Biostar N68S3 Motherboard
Black Deluxe Tower Case
Quality True Power PSU
5.1 High Definition Surround Sound
10/100 Ethernet LAN
8x USB2 Ports
3 Year Classic Bronze Warranty
#7
Cube 247 the following PC for £219.00 with no operating system.

http://www.cube247.co.uk/products.asp?partno=Sigma+GT5

AMD 645 Quad Core Processor
8GB Premium Branded DDR3 Memory
Premium Branded 1000GB SATAII Ultra Fast Hard Disk
NVIDIA GeForce 7025 256MB SMA Graphics
Ultra Fast Samsung DVDRW
Biostar N68S3 Motherboard
Black Deluxe Tower Case
Quality True Power PSU
5.1 High Definition Surround Sound
10/100 Ethernet LAN
8x USB2 Ports
3 Year Classic Bronze Warranty


& £89 for windows 7 making it £308
banned#8
nigelpm

& £89 for windows 7 making it £308

Boils down to whether you want to pay an extra £8.65 for a new system with a bigger hard disk, more ram, better warranty or pay slightly less and get an operating system.

But be warned PCWorld/Ebay can arrive in an awful condition.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/packard-bell-imedia-i4523-pc-i3-3gb-500gb-refurbished-with-win-7-premium-gigabit/888537/?page=2#post10788013
#9
Boils down to whether you want to pay an extra £8.65 for a new system with a bigger hard disk, more ram, better warranty or pay slightly less and get an operating system.

Agreed. Reviews of Cube 247 pretty poor as well.
#10
Good deal, thanks for posting .... tempted ;-)
#11
Looks like a pretty good deal for anybody wanting a basic desktop. As mentioned above it states original packaging missing so how it turns up is anyone's guess.

Also only a 3 month warranty which is a bit off putting if your not very tech savy.
3 Likes #12
Come on people... Never buy refurbs from Dixons Store Group. When it comes to returning stuff they are one of the most difficult chains to deal with. So, the only way these refurbs get back into the system is when someone has persistently complained.

Most computers most of the time are fairly reliable, the vast bulk of problems involve someone messing up their system. A Factory restore fixes 95 to 98% of these. However, like all goods, some machines just get a bad case of gremlins. It could be a dodgy hard drive or motherboard or PSU that has developed an *intermittent* fault.

You know, like the tooth ache that goes ten minutes before your dental appointment and comes back a day later.

These are the kind of machines that get put in the refurb chain of DSG. Machines that have developed a difficult to see fault, but at first glance look fine following a factory restore.

I have witnessed this about three to four times now. It really isnt worth the hassle..
#13
if you have a look around there are some good prebuilt deals, there was another thread which got removed? i was looking at a £350 system you could take away the monitor for £100 cheaper so for £250 ( plus £30 p&p) so £280.

http://www.palicomp.co.uk , just like most independant pc places which sell lots, some people are happy some not as much.
they messed my pc order up at first but were polite and fixed the problem next day so i was ok.

Processor (CPU):

AMD AM3 AthlonII Quad Core 640
STANDARD 3Ghz Per Core
OVERCLOCKED TO 3.15Ghz Per Core

Motherboard:

ASROCK N68C-S UCC With nVidia GeForce 7025 Chipset
Supporting Quad & SIX Core CPUs & DDR3 Memory

Memory:

PRO 2GB DDR3 1333Mhz PC10666

Hard Drive:

SEAGATE 500GB SATA2, 7200 RPM & 16MB Cache

Optical Drive:

SONY 24XDVD+/-RW Lightscribe With Dual Layer & Dual Format

Graphics Card:

nVidia GeForce 7025TC 1GB Direct X9.0, Pixel Shader 3.0 & VGA Out

Case:

CCIVO Case 450W Power Supply

Connections:

6 x USB2.0, LAN 10/100, 5.1 HD Audio, 2 x PS/2 Ports & 1 x Serial Port


MICROSOFT WINDOWS 7 PREMIUM 64BIT
GOT YOUR OWN OS? - SELECT REMOVE ALL SOFTARE FOR £50 DISCOUNT
AVG Anti-Virus Package
Open Office Suite Inc Word Processing/Spreadsheets
Nero Burning Version 7.0

LG E2240T 22'' Widescreen TFT NEW DVI BackLit LED Technology
PRICE WITHOUT TFT = £249.49 PLEASE CALL US

Keyboard & Mouse Set


Edited By: brum on May 07, 2011 14:07
#14
it depends how much you want to spend, i spent £500 in the end on an i5 2500k package at palicomp on their Phoenix i5 Sonar and upgraded some parts ( from scan.co.uk) to make it better, i couldnt have got the components in the original pc package cheaper and thats without the O/S, than i paid for my pc.
i guess it depends what you want it for. i thought the £350 deal was for me but when i looked at the performance difference and wont upgrade for another 3 years i chose to spend more now than in 12 months try and upgrade bit by bit which is what i used to do.

Edited By: brum on May 07, 2011 14:08
#15

You know, like the tooth ache that goes ten minutes before your dental appointment and comes back a day later.

These are the kind of machines that get put in the refurb chain of DSG. Machines that have developed a difficult to see fault, but at first glance look fine following a factory restore.

I have witnessed this about three to four times now. It really isnt worth the hassle..


All valid points .....BUT

There's a three month warranty which will take care of this scenario.
#16
"There's a three month warranty which will take care of this scenario."

Which will require at least three to four phonecalls, with a couple lasting an hour or more to deal with.

Its only a deal if you consider your time to have no value

Edited By: gazter on May 07, 2011 19:31
#17
As long as nothing 'big' burned out after the first few months you'd be quids in I reckon!

Even then - if you're reasonably handy inside a PC you should be able to fix it yourself.

Don't forget to create your install media & backup regularily - at least until youare confident you don't have a lemon!

Ordered one
#18
Which will require at least three to four phonecalls, with a couple lasting an hour or more to deal with.

Its only a deal if you consider your time to have no value


I think you're being a touch pessimistic. Plenty of folk haven't had the experience you describe.
banned#19
gazter
"There's a three month warranty which will take care of this scenario."

Which will require at least three to four phonecalls, with a couple lasting an hour or more to deal with.

Its only a deal if you consider your time to have no value


What a load of rubbish....

I've LOADS of the ebay outlet and of the items I've had to return they arranged couirer at their cost and refunded upon recepit. All it takes is ONE email. The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.

Maybe they're bad direct but the ebay side are amazing....

If there's any of these left in the morning I'm buying two
#20
no more left on this listing :-(
may have some later - keep your eyes peeled
banned#21
hmmmnice111
The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.

Not the most glowing review that they keep messing up your order.

However they do seem more than happy to chuck money away to compensate for the problems.

Surely anyone who orders this PC could kick up a fuss and get a partial refund.
banned#22
Lechuck
hmmmnice111
The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.

Not the most glowing review that they keep messing up your order.

However they do seem more than happy to chuck money away to compensate for the problems.

Surely anyone who orders this PC could kick up a fuss and get a partial refund.

Bare in mind most of this stuff is customer returns, refurbs etc so missing items can be expected and I have also bought from them atleast twice a week for the past year so the odd one can be expected. Everytime I've had a problem I've always been more than happy with the resolution
banned#23
hmmmnice111

Bare in mind most of this stuff is customer returns, refurbs etc so missing items can be expected and I have also bought from them atleast twice a week for the past year so the odd one can be expected. Everytime I've had a problem I've always been more than happy with the resolution

There really is no excuse for not checking their stock before they send them off.

Lots of companies sell refurbished items on ebay but few make such a mess of it in terms of poor packaging and missing out items.
#24
I dealt a lot with DSG, buying their new and refurbished stuff at PCWorld/PCWBusiness/Microwarehouse/Currys/Dixons but I no longer do so as the number of mistakes they made is just ridiculous and the customer service is shocking, truly awful!

- I faced numerous problems with faulty, unchecked goods (7 out of 13 refurbished laptops turned out to be faulty on arrival);
- My account with Microwarehouse was once deleted for no reason and I lost access to my older orders, even though my items were still under warranty.
- Techguys kept refusing to take items with apparent fault to service or even asked to pay for their 'expertise'( later completely undermined by manufacturer).
- My CONFIRMED and charged orders with DSG were cancelled at least 10 times
- My dslr that went to service was returned to me with fixed lens but broken hood (it was not done by courier),in order to get a CHANCE of replacement, I was suppose to sent the the entire camera to service again, not just a plastic hood - I did not risk it..
- While my faulty Vaio was returned from service unfixed ('no fault found' but... Sony fixed it for me later... free of charge), it had new huge scratch on the top cover - DSG has never accepted responsibility for it .
- Confirmed by phone and email collection service : courier that was supposed to pick up faulty laptop on Monday, did not arrive until Friday (according to DSG's t&c they can keep you awaiting scheduled collection up to 3 working days (!!!) ).They blamed DHL but it wasn't their fault, the girl from Equanet forgot to order the courier..

etc,etc

I will never buy anything from them and I will try to discourage from using them as many people I can .That's not my personal war or vengeance,I am a friendly guy who do not want others repeating my mistakes.

DSG = DIXONS, CURRYS, PCWorld, Microwarehouse,Macrowarehouse,Pixmania,Equanet - AVOID at any cost, unless you are sure that your buy will never get broken or you can afford throwing faulty products straight into the bin.


hmmmnice111
Lechuck
hmmmnice111
The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.


Not the most glowing review that they keep messing up your order.

However they do seem more than happy to chuck money away to compensate for the problems.

Surely anyone who orders this PC could kick up a fuss and get a partial refund.


Bare in mind most of this stuff is customer returns, refurbs etc so missing items can be expected and I have also bought from them atleast twice a week for the past year so the odd one can be expected. Everytime I've had a problem I've always been more than happy with the resolution



Edited By: 7777777 on May 08, 2011 21:51: add
banned#25
7777777
I dealt a lot with DSG, buying their new and refurbished stuff at PCWorld/PCWBusiness/Microwarehouse/Currys/Dixons but I no longer do so as the number of mistakes they made is just ridiculous and the customer service is shocking, truly awful!

- I faced numerous problems with faulty, unchecked goods (7 out of 13 refurbished laptops turned out to be faulty on arrival);
- My account with Microwarehouse was once deleted for no reason and I lost access to my older orders, even though my items were still under warranty.
- Techguys kept refusing to take items with apparent fault to service or even asked to pay for their 'expertise'( later completely undermined by manufacturer).
- My CONFIRMED and charged orders with DSG were cancelled at least 10 times
- My dslr that went to service was returned to me with fixed lens but broken hood (it was not done by courier),in order to get a CHANCE of replacement, I was suppose to sent the the entire camera to service again, not just a plastic hood - I did not risk it..
- While my faulty Vaio was returned from service unfixed ('no fault found' but... Sony fixed it for me later... free of charge), it had new huge scratch on the top cover - DSG has never accepted responsibility for it .
- Confirmed by phone and email collection service : courier that was supposed to pick up faulty laptop on Monday, did not arrive until Friday (according to DSG's t&c they can keep you awaiting scheduled collection up to 3 working days (!!!) ).They blamed DHL but it wasn't their fault, the girl from Equanet forgot to order the courier..

etc,etc

I will never buy anything from them and I will try to discourage from using them as many people I can .That's not my personal war or vengeance,I am a friendly guy who do not want others repeating my mistakes.

DSG = DIXONS, CURRYS, PCWorld, Microwarehouse,Macrowarehouse,Pixmania,Equanet - AVOID at any cost, unless you are sure that your buy will never get broken or you can afford throwing faulty products straight into the bin.


hmmmnice111
Lechuck
hmmmnice111
The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.

Not the most glowing review that they keep messing up your order.

However they do seem more than happy to chuck money away to compensate for the problems.

Surely anyone who orders this PC could kick up a fuss and get a partial refund.

Bare in mind most of this stuff is customer returns, refurbs etc so missing items can be expected and I have also bought from them atleast twice a week for the past year so the odd one can be expected. Everytime I've had a problem I've always been more than happy with the resolution


Tha'sll fard well BUT find another supplier that can supply goods at these low prices.... We've all heard the stories.....

I've bought a harddrive from ebuyer that said 3 years warranty, 18 months later it broke, I tried to get repaired but seagate said it was supplier warranty only so contacted ebuyer who said it was a 12 month warranty only EVEN though the receipt clearly shows 3 years, they refused to repair or replace.

I bought a garden furniture set from B&Q but never realised there was 2 parts to it, bought it etc got home found I needed another box so went back but they REFUSED to give the second box (eventually through threats to the head office they did supply after 4 visits to the store and 3 LONG phone calls).

I bought a bosch washing machine from Best Buy 14 weeks ago and STILL WAITING FOR IT

I bought a kitchen wall cabinet from CDiscount about 2 years ago that never arrive (although it cost £179 and I had also bought a TV for £999 on their 3 payment scheme and they went under with only ever having taken 1 payment so got away with not paying £600 odd quid, AND I got my quidco of £160).

There are stories of every company.....

This would be double the price and more new so I am happy to take the gamble
#26
Nope, I do not think I was paying THAT cheap to accept THAT poor service I was receiving. Yes, some refurbs were relatively inexpensive,but I was also buying a lot of brand new stock at normal market prices that simply broke and I had nobody reasonable to turn to.I do understand some slips,delays and accidents, I am a really patient guy, have business myself so I know, that sometimes you simply cannot immediately deliver what you would love to offer your customer...but you should always try to fix it, even though it sometimes costs.However, in case of DSG, I felt absolutely powerless - I dealt with utter idiots / monkeys who simply did not understand the principals of CS.They just did not want to accept the blame and attempt to make you believing the problem is non-existing because they have not got it in their scripts i.e.laptop''s fan that delivers constant rattling noise and run at 100% speed all the time, is not enough serious issue that would qualify the product to service.

You cannot compare some problems or omissions you faced with various retailers - I met the all that $hit while dealing with only one company.Let me also tell you, that I also use ebuyer,scan and I spent there a good few grands over the last 4-5 years with some (rather minor) problems.However, the way these companies dealt with the problems is just incomparable to how DSG resolves theirs.

***** :D This pc is not sold at half price, the people who bought it paid maybe £40-50 less than market price and went for obsolete, un-upgradeable components, rather slow machine that has only 3 months warranty ( in addition with DSG which is more or less like gumtree warranty ;)).

Forgive me my imperfect English as it's my 2nd language but I believe the text is still easily understandable.


hmmmnice111
7777777
I dealt a lot with DSG, buying their new and refurbished stuff at PCWorld/PCWBusiness/Microwarehouse/Currys/Dixons but I no longer do so as the number of mistakes they made is just ridiculous and the customer service is shocking, truly awful!

- I faced numerous problems with faulty, unchecked goods (7 out of 13 refurbished laptops turned out to be faulty on arrival);
- My account with Microwarehouse was once deleted for no reason and I lost access to my older orders, even though my items were still under warranty.
- Techguys kept refusing to take items with apparent fault to service or even asked to pay for their 'expertise'( later completely undermined by manufacturer).
- My CONFIRMED and charged orders with DSG were cancelled at least 10 times
- My dslr that went to service was returned to me with fixed lens but broken hood (it was not done by courier),in order to get a CHANCE of replacement, I was suppose to sent the the entire camera to service again, not just a plastic hood - I did not risk it..
- While my faulty Vaio was returned from service unfixed ('no fault found' but... Sony fixed it for me later... free of charge), it had new huge scratch on the top cover - DSG has never accepted responsibility for it .
- Confirmed by phone and email collection service : courier that was supposed to pick up faulty laptop on Monday, did not arrive until Friday (according to DSG's t&c they can keep you awaiting scheduled collection up to 3 working days (!!!) ).They blamed DHL but it wasn't their fault, the girl from Equanet forgot to order the courier..

etc,etc

I will never buy anything from them and I will try to discourage from using them as many people I can .That's not my personal war or vengeance,I am a friendly guy who do not want others repeating my mistakes.

DSG = DIXONS, CURRYS, PCWorld, Microwarehouse,Macrowarehouse,Pixmania,Equanet - AVOID at any cost, unless you are sure that your buy will never get broken or you can afford throwing faulty products straight into the bin.


hmmmnice111
Lechuck
hmmmnice111
The last time I bought the packaging was terrible but it was still ok but I complained none the less and they gave me £35 back... only cost £185 so was chuffed to bits.

I've also bought a mac mini and the adapter for DVI was missing so i complained, they refunded £65 and I bought one from ebay for £3.

I've also bought a Pentax K-X Camera and it came with no batteries (I've since learnt they actually don't come with batteries) but they gave me £40 AND sent me eneloop batteries and charger.


Not the most glowing review that they keep messing up your order.

However they do seem more than happy to chuck money away to compensate for the problems.

Surely anyone who orders this PC could kick up a fuss and get a partial refund.


Bare in mind most of this stuff is customer returns, refurbs etc so missing items can be expected and I have also bought from them atleast twice a week for the past year so the odd one can be expected. Everytime I've had a problem I've always been more than happy with the resolution




Tha'sll fard well BUT find another supplier that can supply goods at these low prices.... We've all heard the stories.....

I've bought a harddrive from ebuyer that said 3 years warranty, 18 months later it broke, I tried to get repaired but seagate said it was supplier warranty only so contacted ebuyer who said it was a 12 month warranty only EVEN though the receipt clearly shows 3 years, they refused to repair or replace.

I bought a garden furniture set from B&Q but never realised there was 2 parts to it, bought it etc got home found I needed another box so went back but they REFUSED to give the second box (eventually through threats to the head office they did supply after 4 visits to the store and 3 LONG phone calls).

I bought a bosch washing machine from Best Buy 14 weeks ago and STILL WAITING FOR IT

I bought a kitchen wall cabinet from CDiscount about 2 years ago that never arrive (although it cost £179 and I had also bought a TV for £999 on their 3 payment scheme and they went under with only ever having taken 1 payment so got away with not paying £600 odd quid, AND I got my quidco of £160).

There are stories of every company.....

This would be double the price and more new so I am happy to take the gamble







Edited By: 7777777 on May 09, 2011 00:43: add
banned#27
hmmmnice111
This would be double the price and more new so I am happy to take the gamble

There lies the problem, it shouldn't be a gamble, you should get what you paid for.

Item as described that has been well packaged for shipping.
#28
Not sure what all the fuss is about here. You pays your money and takes your choice.

Ultimately, if you've got a problem and paid by credit card/paypal you'll get a refund.
#29
Yep, ulimately you may claw some of your money back (I would not count on PayPal, though) but before, you would be calling their premium numbers for hours, proving that the stuff is faulty, paying postage expenses ,sometimes even for techguys' 'expertise' telling you that everything is just fine...and you may still end up with your garbage PC in your doorstep with another invoice to pay :)
nigelpm
Not sure what all the fuss is about here. You pays your money and takes your choice.

Ultimately, if you've got a problem and paid by credit card/paypal you'll get a refund.



Edited By: 7777777 on May 09, 2011 13:00
#30
Thank you 777777,

I didnt really intend to provoke such discussion but he has hit the nail on the head. DSG refurbs usually contain some difficult to diagnose fault, and thats the only reason they are in the Refurb channel.

For DSG Refrub = faulty but we cant work out why and if we palm it off enough times some one will give up returning it.

PS. I used to do a lot of sub contracting for the tech guys, i do know what i am talking about...

Edited By: gazter on May 09, 2011 13:58
#31
gazter
Thank you 777777,

I didnt really intend to provoke such discussion but he has hit the nail on the head. DSG refurbs usually contain some difficult to diagnose fault, and thats the only reason they are in the Refurb channel.

For DSG Refrub = faulty but we cant work out why and if we palm it off enough times some one will give up returning it.

PS. I used to do a lot of sub contracting for the tech guys, i do know what i am talking about...



What you guys are commenting on here is potentially extremely libellous so I hope you have got your facts right. I will wait with baited breath but I can't believe their entire business model is based on an incredibly unethical practice.
#32
It is and I 'have my facts right' - I have not made up these stories, I would actually add some points to the list and unfortunately had to go through all these problems and pay for it.

I was close to write to their CEO who is probably unaware what those monkeys are doing but later decided I was not going to help this company anymore, I was patient for far too long anyway so I just treat them the way as I was treated.

nigelpm
gazter
Thank you 777777,

I didnt really intend to provoke such discussion but he has hit the nail on the head. DSG refurbs usually contain some difficult to diagnose fault, and thats the only reason they are in the Refurb channel.

For DSG Refrub = faulty but we cant work out why and if we palm it off enough times some one will give up returning it.

PS. I used to do a lot of sub contracting for the tech guys, i do know what i am talking about...



What you guys are commenting on here is potentially extremely libellous so I hope you have got your facts right. I will wait with baited breath but I can't believe their entire business model is based on an incredibly unethical practice.
#33
It is and I 'have my facts right' - I have not made up these stories, I would actually add some points to the list and unfortunately had to go through all these problems and pay for it.

I was close to write to their CEO who is probably unaware what those monkeys are doing but later decided I was not going to help this company anymore, I was patient for far too long anyway so I just treat them the way as I was treated.


Fair enough.

If the same happens to me I will certainly write the CEO and kick up more than a stink I can tell you.

IF the share price is anything to go by the company have much bigger issues on the horizon though :

http://uk.finance.yahoo.com/echarts?s=DXNS.L#symbol=dxns.l;range=5y;compare=;indicator=volume;charttype=area;crosshair=on;ohlcvalues=0;logscale=off;source=;
#34
nigelpm


It does not surprise me, that's very tough market and the customer service certainly won't help them to recover from troubles. It was so easy to sort it out, I just wanted to get my money back, nothing more and I ended up loosing few hundreds quids and writing stinking posts about DSG for the next 30-40 years :D (if we survive that long, I should,I am not sure about them).
#35
Recieved the PC today and using it now.

So far so good. Top notch bit of kit for £210 - dead happy with it.
#36
I hope you will be the happy customer but check the pc thoroughly under stress - i.e. few hours with OCCT linpack or Prime test + some graphic benchmarks + memtest ,otherwise you should not say that everything is fine yet - you do not know it.
nigelpm
Recieved the PC today and using it now.

So far so good. Top notch bit of kit for £210 - dead happy with it.
#37
nigelpm
Recieved the PC today and using it now.

So far so good. Top notch bit of kit for £210 - dead happy with it.


I'd be interested in what state the hard drive is in. Whether there is a restore partition and if they have bothered to refresh it.
#38
7777777
I hope you will be the happy customer but check the pc thoroughly under stress - i.e. few hours with OCCT linpack or Prime test + some graphic benchmarks + memtest ,otherwise you should not say that everything is fine yet - you do not know it.
nigelpm
Recieved the PC today and using it now.

So far so good. Top notch bit of kit for £210 - dead happy with it.


Yip, already done.
#39
welshblob
nigelpm
Recieved the PC today and using it now.

So far so good. Top notch bit of kit for £210 - dead happy with it.


I'd be interested in what state the hard drive is in. Whether there is a restore partition and if they have bothered to refresh it.


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