MEDION AMD A10, 8 GB, 240 GB SSD, 2 TB HDD, Radeon R7 Graphics - £549 @ Medion Shop UK - HotUKDeals
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MEDION AMD A10, 8 GB, 240 GB SSD, 2 TB HDD, Radeon R7 Graphics - £549.00 @ Medion Shop UK

£549.00 @ Medion Shop UK
Hi All, Was crawling the web for a decent spec AMD PC and found this. Not that well known brand in the UK, but after some research found that it was part of Lenovo! Seems a decent spec for the p… Read More
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2m, 4d agoFound 2 months, 4 days ago
Hi All,

Was crawling the web for a decent spec AMD PC and found this. Not that well known brand in the UK, but after some research found that it was part of Lenovo!

Seems a decent spec for the price, what are people's thoughts?

MEDION® AKOYA® P4130 D Multitasking Desktop PC
CPU: AMD A10-8750 processor
OS: Windows 10 Home
Graphic: AMD Radeon™ R7
Memory size: 8 GB
SSD Capacity: 240 GB
2 TB HDD

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#1
Don't bother buying this old junk. Build your own PC and it will be much cheaper. Or wait for Rysen release and build more powerful PC for the same money.
#2
Thanks for the reply. I was looking for a pre-built solution really as I'm too lazy to build my own. Do you know when Rysen is out?
#3
I think the quality of the processor isn't great. For the price you're looking at you can easily get a prebuilt PC with either a fx processor or an i3 with a moderate gpu, both will easily outshine the individual graphics and CPU aspects of the a10.
#4
#5
samfa

Was crawling the web for a decent spec AMD PC

There are none, well not CPU wise. AMD have fallen very far behind Intel, you will get a lot more for your money with Intel. However with AMD's new Ryzen range launching next month hopefully they will catch up and give Intel some competition.

This PC is a terrible buy.
#6
You save money by building it instead. The "2 hours" you so preciously need save over 100 quid
#7
I'd expect something better for this price, literally just went to the first site that came to the top of my head and found a PC much cheaper with more ram, same performance CPU, and only very slightly slower GPU. for £170 less, just stick a SSD inside and you've saved yourself over a £100. That's just a quick search, you spend a bit longer you can find much better deals.

http://www.ebuyer.com/747127-zoostorm-evolve-desktop-pc-7260-3060
#8
didn't even look at the spec because that is one terrible looking case, case is about £5 retail but looks like something from the 90s
#9
samfa
Thanks for the reply. I was looking for a pre-built solution really as I'm too lazy to build my own. Do you know when Rysen is out?


it's not difficult to build your own
#11
gowf
I think the quality of the processor isn't great. For the price you're looking at you can easily get a prebuilt PC with either a fx processor or an i3 with a moderate gpu, both will easily outshine the individual graphics and CPU aspects of the a10.
Agree completely, i built an all new ground up PC using an A10-7850K.... it replaced a 1st Gen i7 and even with double the ram ( 16gb ) and an RX390 with 4Gb DDR5 it runs crap - its slow to encode video, it trips over stuff if im running more than 3 things at once, its HOT as hell even though ive got a wraith on it for cooling - the problem is the FX chips run hotter than the A10 - wait for the Rysen and hope its better or do the Intel route and play safe, expensive, but SAFE!

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