Intel i7 920, Socket 1366 Combo - Barebones PC - £758.99 Delivered @ Scan - HotUKDeals
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Intel i7 920, Socket 1366 Combo

* Silverstone PS-01B-W "Precision" Mid Tower Case Black with Window Side Panel w/o PSU
* 560W Silverstone Zeus ST56ZF Quiet SLi 2xPCI-E 2xSATA EPS12v ATX Dual 12v v2.01 80mm Fan PSU
* Gigabyte GA-EX58-UD5, Intel X58, Sok 1366, PCI-E 2.0, DDR3 1066/1600/2000, SATA II, ATX
* 1.44Mb Sony Black Floppy Disk Drive OEM
* 1TB Hitachi Deskstar 7K1000.B, 3.5", SATA 3Gb/s, 7200 rpm, 16MB Cache, HDD
* 6GB (3x2GB) CorsairXMS3, DDR3 PC3-10666 (1333) 240 Pin, Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 9-9-9-24
* Intel i7 920, Socket 1366 (B), Nehalem, 2.66GHz, Cache 8MB, Retail
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What is this * 1.44Mb Sony Black Floppy Disk Drive? This new? never heard of this before :)

Do people still have Floppy drives in their pcs? :)
I know I have not had one for about three years
u still need 1 if you get need to fix: NTLDR is missing blue screen error
Or use a pendrive and the likes of WindowsPE ... I have not used a floppy to fix anything in atleast two years and I am a computer technician
u still need 1 if you get need to fix: NTLDR is missing blue screen error

Not true, you can fix that booting from USB or CD (if the bios allows)
Think we were living in the dark ages ... floppy drives :)
floppy drives for updating the bios..
floppy drives for updating the bios..

Again I updated my MSI Wind BIOS with a USB stick and my nForce mobo with a CD :) Floppys are dead :)

Anyway good price for the spec :thumbsup:
Indeed it is ... anyone giving a negative want to give feedback?

Good price in my opinion ... this kit is cutting edge ... build yourself a very high end Gaming system for under £1000
By my reckoning - about 50 quid off ... not at all bad :)

BTW: Floppy's do have their use as has been said - for drivers at least :)
Drivers? Never had drivers supplied on a floppy for some time now :) lol

Unless it was a floppy CD-R :)

Oh well cold voters and not giving any reason or were they have found it cheaper..

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