HP Pavilion p6315uk Desktop PC (Windows 7 Home Premium, AMD Athlon II X4 630 Processor, 4 GB DDR3 RAM, 500 GB SATA HDD £399.99 @ Amazon - HotUKDeals
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RRP Is £499

Best selling Desktop PC on Amazon

Operating system: Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium (64-bit)
Processor: AMD Athlon II X4 processor 630, nVIDIA MCP61P
Memory: 4 GB DDR3, 2 DIMM sockets
Storage: 500 GB SATA 3G Hard Disk Drive (7200 rpm), up to 13 GB partition for system recovery
DVD writer SATA DVD RAM and Double Layer with LightScribe technology (Create silkscreen-quality disc labels direct from your PC with LightScribe: just burn, flip, burn)
15-in-1 memory card reader
Communication: Ethernet 10/100BT integrated network interface, Wireless LAN 802.11 b/g/n PCI-Ex1
Video: NVIDIA GeForce G210 with PureVideo HD technology, with 1 GB dedicated graphics memory
Sound: High Definition Audio 5.1
Ports: 2 external optical drive bays, 2 internal HDD bays, 1 Pocket Media Drive bay (drive sold separately), 1 PCI (1 free), 2 PCI-Express 1x (1 free), 1 PCI-Express 16x, 6 USB 2.0 ports (2 in front), 2 front audio ports, 3 rear analog audio ports, DVI port, VGA port, HDMI port
Recovery partition (including possibility to recover system, applications and drivers separately), optional re-allocation of recovery partition, recovery CD/DVD creation tool
Software: HP MediaSmart Suite ( Music, Video, DVD, Photo), Windows Photo Gallery, Windows Media Player, Windows Movie Maker, Windows DVD Maker, Cyberlink DVDSuite, EasyBits Magic Desktop, HP Games Console (with hours of free game play), Microsoft Works and Microsoft Office Home and Student 2007 (60-Day Trial Version), Microsoft Internet Explorer, Windows Mail, Windows Media Center, Symantec Norton Internet Security 2009 (60 days live update)
Included accessories: Wireless keyboard, wireless optical mouse
Recommended LCD Monitors (buy separately): HP 2010i 50.8 cm (20") Wide Flat Panel Monitor, HP 2210i 54.6 cm (21.5") Wide Flat Panel Monitor, HP 2229h 55.8 cm (22") Wide Flat Panel Monitor, HP 2310i 58.4 cm (23") Wide Flat Panel Monitor, HP 2510i 63.5 cm (25") Wide Flat Panel Monitor, HP 2710m 68.5 cm (27") Wide Flat Panel Monitor
Weight: Out of package: 9.6 kg, Packed: 14 kg
Dimensions: Out of package: 175 x 414 x 387 mm, Packed: 245 x 599 x 255 x mm
Warranty: 1 year, pick-up and return, parts and labour (You can expand the warranty coverage of your product up to 3 years)
Additional information: P/N: WE162AA #ABU, UPC/EAN code: 884962761564
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#1
http://img42.imageshack.us/img42/8733/31twgluxtelsl500aa300.jpg
#2
Not a bad processor. Would be good if the Ram was 1 x 4GB, but it'll probably be 2x2. Graphics card is the only weak part of the system and the psu is unspecified and therefore not sure what I could upgrade the graphics card to. However, for £400 this is largely an entry-level PC and looks pretty decent for what it is. I'd vote hot on it.
#3
Specs are pretty much same as this one from ebuyer (apart from hard drive being bigger)

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/186619

But £50 cheaper, so HOT from me 2!

:thumbsup:
#4
I like this its a decent spec. Whats happened to dell specials Mike t used to post.Computers seem to be getting a lot more expensive recently. Voted Hot. Had a HP PC for two and a half years without any problems.
#5
peterwain
I like this its a decent spec. Whats happened to dell specials Mike t used to post.Computers seem to be getting a lot more expensive recently. Voted Hot. Had a HP PC for two and a half years without any problems.


I bought very similar spec apart from a 1TB HD for £499 earlier this year, the first "died" after only 6 weeks but the replacement is fine, very happy.
#6
peterwain
I like this its a decent spec. Whats happened to dell specials Mike t used to post.Computers seem to be getting a lot more expensive recently. Voted Hot. Had a HP PC for two and a half years without any problems.


Yeah bring back MikeT and the dell specials!
#7
centaurandrew
Yeah bring back MikeT and the dell specials!


Yeah, I want a good I7 deal!
#8
heat! hopefully something like this will prop up in a few months time. looking to buy a present for my bro/prior to starting uni
#9
so how does a AMD Athlon II X4 630 Processor compare to Intels stuff (dual cores, iQ3/5/7s etc)?
What power are we comparing it to with an Intel machine? sorry, honestly have no clue how AMDs work...
#10
redpin
heat! hopefully something like this will prop up in a few months time. looking to buy a present for my bro/prior to starting uni


Get a laptop. You can't bring a desktop to the library to do the last minute essays.
#11
davestavros
Get a laptop. You can't bring a desktop to the library to do the last minute essays.


dumbass award of the day voted to you my friend your comments offer nothing to no one go back to your hole and vegitate. :prop:

computers are getting more expensive because everything today has gone up big time thats why there is so little in regards to deals out there, im also looking for new bargain pc`s to sell on to my customers but i havent found anything to offer them worthwhile and i dont want send them to tesco crap.....
best we get used to the lack of offers around...:(
#12
wewontgetfooleda
dumbass award of the day voted to you my friend your comments offer nothing to no one go back to your hole and vegitate. :prop:

computers are getting more expensive because everything today has gone up big time thats why there is so little in regards to deals out there, im also looking for new bargain pc`s to sell on to my customers but i havent found anything to offer them worthwhile and i dont want send them to tesco crap.....
best we get used to the lack of offers around...:(


how is his comment useless i thought it was rather usefull being in uni (which judging by your comment you clearly have not been to) the rooms are small so a laptop is more useful.

how about you heed your own advice and go crawl back into a cave, Mabye it's just constipation?, probably why your so....for lack of a better word....peed off? , you should try to take a good crap then come back , I bet you'll feel better.:thumbsup:
#13
I ordered one of these btw, delivered Tomorrow by Amazon for £8 (Next day delivery), or you can get free super saver delivery
#15
Guys, is this a good PC that is upgradeable if need be?

i.e. the motherboard can have more RAM added and the GFX card can be updated? Sorry, am looking for a decent PC in this range..... would build my own but don't know any good specs!
#16
Theres no point budiling your own if you're spending around £400.

I checked for ages for componants to build my own and the machine would be pretty much the same as this, or not even any better, plus theres the hassle of putting it together. Look at Overclockers for these sort of specs and it will cost you more than £399
#17
wewontgetfooleda
dumbass award of the day voted to you my friend your comments offer nothing to no one go back to your hole and vegitate. :prop:

computers are getting more expensive because everything today has gone up big time thats why there is so little in regards to deals out there, im also looking for new bargain pc`s to sell on to my customers but i havent found anything to offer them worthwhile and i dont want send them to tesco crap.....
best we get used to the lack of offers around...:(


You aren't very smart. I was replying to a guy who said he would get it for his, university bound, brother. There are some books in the library that you cannot take home. Taking paper notes take forever and it is easier just to copy the quotes straight from the text and not write them down and then type them up when you get home. If you stay in halls in first year there is often no internet access. You have to go to public areas (such as the library) with your laptop to go online. I hope :santa: gets you a brain for christmas. I'm just sorry that you had ruin a perfectly good thread with the crap that festers in your head.

I understand that it is a good deal. I added heat because now that I am not at uni and live in more than just one room, I can buy a desktop.
#18
wewontgetfooleda
dumbass award of the day voted to you my friend your comments offer nothing to no one go back to your hole and vegitate. :prop:


erm.. his comment wasn't useless, yours was. My friend had a desktop at Uni and couldn't get internet for the whole year because the wireless only worked in the corridors. Everyone got their net sitting in the great fluffy corridors and not their rooms. Also is more social. Obviously this is quite specific to the crappy net at my halls but still. Some halls may have no net at all and require you to venture even further afield, only with a laptop. Macbooks worked much better in my halls specifically but in most places it probably wouldn't make a difference.

Some people wanna take computers to the library. Its def easier to have a laptop when you're likely moving house every year for 3 years and possibly even moving all your stuff back home and to Uni again every term. I know all my stuff wouldn't have fitted had it included a desktop and not a laptop.

Desktops are good for home where your life is less variable.
#19
Does this include Microsoft works or is it just a 60 day trial

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