Intel Core i7 920 D0 2.66GHz @ 3.80GHz Quad Core DDR3 System, 6gb ram & Ati Radeon 4890 - £962.48 @ OcUK - HotUKDeals
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The brand new Ultima Vanquish system is at the pinnacle of performance. With the powerful Intel Core i7 920 D0 Stepping (SLBEJ) 2.66Ghz Overclocked to 3.80GHz is a real power house, you will never be left wanting for more power. The Nvidia and ATI graphics cards push the very latest games to new heights, with DirectX compatibility right up to the newest version you will be able to see every blade of grass or reflection in the water as you travel on your gaming adventures. The 6GB of Triple Channel memory of the very highest performance means there will never have to be a break in the action! The cooling and power supply components on this system ensure the up most reliability while keeping the noise levels to a minimum. Be it gaming, watching high definition content or just browsing the Internet the Ultima Vanquish full system has the power to bring your PC experience to life.

- Intel Core i7 920 D0 Stepping (SLBEJ) 2.66Ghz Overclocked to 3.80GHz!
- Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5 Intel X58 (Socket 1366) PCI-Express DDR3 Motherboard
- Patriot Viper 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800 (1600MHz) Low Latency Tri-Channel
- Titan TTC-NK85TZ Fenrir CPU Cooler
- Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 1TB SATA-II 16MB Cache - OEM
- LG GH22NS40 22x DVD±RW SATA Dual Layer ReWriter (Black)
- Corsair TX 650W ATX SLi Compliant Power Supply
- Arctic Silver 5 Thermal Compound professionally hand installed by our technicians
- 1yr Onsite Collect & Return Warranty

Note - I added in the Ati Radeon 4890 graphics card for an extra £51.

I know it's a lot of money but it should have enough oomph to last a fair while
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#1
Here are some benchmarks of the same processor overclocked

http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/cpus/2008/11/06/overclocking-intel-core-i7-920/9


Edit: the above benchmarks show the processor running at 3.6ghz, this system runs at 3.8ghz so is a little faster.
#2
Sounds amazing but can they really get it stable at 3.8ghz? I'm a bit paranoid about how long the processor will last at that speed. I ordered a dell xps studio intel i7 core 920 2.66ghz with a 512mb ati radeon 4870- it was about £830. This one doesn't include OS, media card/bluetooth or wireless n card. The only thing is I'm not sure about the quality/brand of the components and the power supply is on the rubbish side on the dell one.
Sounds like a great system if it turns out to be stable.
#3
was cheaper a month ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/406668/ultima-vanquish-intel-core-i7-920-d/ and got very cold

personally i think it is a great price
#4
This one comes with a 1TB drive instead of last month's 500gb and I upgraded the graphics too.
#5
yasseral1
Sounds amazing but can they really get it stable at 3.8ghz? I'm a bit paranoid about how long the processor will last at that speed. I ordered a dell xps studio intel i7 core 920 2.66ghz with a 512mb ati radeon 4870- it was about £830. This one doesn't include OS, media card/bluetooth or wireless n card. The only thing is I'm not sure about the quality/brand of the components and the power supply is on the rubbish side on the dell one.
Sounds like a great system if it turns out to be stable.


Ive basically got the same machine and mine is stable at that, the new i7 chips are pretty easy to get to 4ghz, so 3.8 isnt stressing it all all.
#6
yasseral1;5552020
I ordered a dell xps studio intel i7 core 920 2.66ghz with a 512mb ati radeon 4870- it was about £830. This one doesn't include OS, media card/bluetooth or wireless n card. The only thing is I'm not sure about the quality/brand of the components and the power supply is on the rubbish side on the dell one.
What makes you say that?

Dell use amongst the best non-branded PSUs one can find in a pre-built system. They may not look 'flash', or have the best quoted power rating, but its because they are under-rated & can do much more than their quoted rating.

sjaddy;5552556
was cheaper a month ago http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/406668/ultima-vanquish-intel-core-i7-920-d/ and got very cold
personally i think it is a great price
I think these are an acquired taste. Most system builders would prefer to buy their own components, & quite possibly for less overall.

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