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My first post so be kind ;0) Seems a very good deal. If you want it for gaming whack in a decent graphics card and you have yourself a very cheap gaming machine.

# Intel D925 Dual Core 3.0GHz + 2x 2M Cache
# 2048M RAM
# 250G 7200RPM HDD
# Intel GMA 950 Graphics
# USB 6x, PCI Express, Serial, Parallel.
# Modem & LAN
# Card Reader
# Philips Keyboard, Optical Mouse & Powered Speakers

Vista Home Premium pre-installed
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And it's a Intel D925, as far as dual core CPU's go it's about the worst around (it was one of Intels first attempt's at dual core, and it's based on P4 technology).
Seems like a reasonable deal to me, even for a refurb. Add 30 quid for a year's warranty. Thanks for posting ashbbly!
Its not a bad deal, the 9 series pentium d chips did have extra features added and a shrunk die making them more energy efficient, that is a decent spec for the price.
it is pre order and 10 pounds more than last post.
Added heat. Looks good to me
I got one when it was £169.99 for my niece and even at £10 extra ya cant grumble. Excellent machine one I got was brand new sealed never been used.

The only issue was doing the initial Windows Vista backing up, it wont let you do it the way the quick start quide shows you.

You have to burn the backup disc to an ISO then burn the ISO to a DVD. Other than that its fine.

This is the Window Experience scores from it

Processor: 4.8
Memory (Ram) :5.4
Graphics :3.4
Gaming Graphics :3.3
Primary Hard Disk : 5.5

Works great fully updates to Vista Service Pack 1 no problems at all. Ive run it through some pretty tough tests to see if I could get it to crash after the update and nothing.

Only games does it struggle on but I put a nvida 7500LE 256mb in and its sweet now. and ive got team fortress 2 running at 60fps medium detail and 1024x768

Would whole recommend this one HOT HOT HOT!

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