Intel Core 2 DUO PC (200GB HD, 1GB RAM) + 19" Samsung TFT - £599 or less - HotUKDeals
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Packard Bell iMedia 1569 Desktop PC & 19” Samsung TFT Monitor is £599 @ PCWorld

Quidco gives 3% for in-store collection or 6% for home delivery.

Features : Intel Core 2 Duo E6300 Processor | 1.86GHz, 1GHz FSB, 2MB Cache | Genuine MS Windows XP Home Edition | Multi-Format Dual Layer DVD RW Drive | 512MB nVidia Geforce 7300se Graphics | 1GB DDR RAM | 200GB Hard Disk Drive | 8-in-1 Media Card Reader | 6 USB Connections | 19" Samsung TFT Monitor

Core 2 Duo’s breakthrough technology is vastly superior to that of all current processors giving you market leading performance and capability. PCs powered by this amazingly fast processor provide you with an unsurpassed experience when enjoying your digital music, films and TV, editing your digital photos/videos and when playing graphic intense games.
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banned#1
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SHOWMAN36
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#3
Looks a good buy to me :) Thanks edi!
[mod]#4
It does look good, thanks :)
#5
Looks a good deal and I'm tempted however it's not clear if the graphics are on-board or a pci-e card and whether it cna be upgraded easily. Does anyone know ?

Thanks, Neil
#6
Thanks Ray, Cat & neh0 :thumbsup:

Not sure about the on-board graphics neh0, may be someone else can help ;-)
#7
The graphics are a seperate card rather than integrated. it is a pretty low end card tho. It only has 64MB of video memory onboard but has the "turbo-cache" feature to use system memory to make it up to 256MB when it needs it.

With respect to upgrades it would be straightforward to buy a better card and just swap it out.

Just realised that the figures on memory are at odds with the 512 stated in the OP. My info was taken from the Packard-bell page for this model
#8
im almost postive that its not onboard graphics, and its a PCI-E card. And as you prob know, that graphs card is absolute pants and would need upgrading if this machine is going to used for gaming. Ive got a Packard Bell machine similar to this and recently just upgraded my graphs card with no problem at all.

EDIT: destro404: you just beat me to it... useful info for others about the 'turbocache' system as well :thumbsup:
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#11
Not sure this is such a good deal Edi - DELL will sell you a slightly higher spec machine (2GB, 2.4GHz, 320GB, Vista Home Premium, 19" Widescreen) for a mere £379 http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=D065017&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756 (including the 2.40GHz Core2Duo upgrade) :)
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Nom
Not sure this is such a good deal Edi - DELL will sell you a slightly higher spec machine (2GB, 2.0GHz, 320GB, Vista Home Premium, 19" Widescreen) for a mere £349 http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l=en&oc=D065017&dgc=AF&cid=5212&lid=122756:)


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