Medion Everyday PC - i3-6100, 128GB SSD, 2TB HDD, 8GB RAM, Windows 10 Home (B-Grade) £289 Medion Shop - HotUKDeals
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Medion Everyday PC - i3-6100, 128GB SSD, 2TB HDD, 8GB RAM, Windows 10 Home (B-Grade) £289.00 Medion Shop

£289.00 @ Medion Shop UK
* IN ORDER TO PURCHASE FOR £289.00 INSTEAD OF £299.00 YOU WOULD NEED TO SIGN UP TO THE NEWSLETTER WHICH ALLOWS YOU A £10 DISCOUNT * Manufacturer refurbished: An item that has been professionally re… Read More
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11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week ago
* IN ORDER TO PURCHASE FOR £289.00 INSTEAD OF £299.00 YOU WOULD NEED TO SIGN UP TO THE NEWSLETTER WHICH ALLOWS YOU A £10 DISCOUNT *

Manufacturer refurbished: An item that has been professionally restored to working order by a manufacturer-approved vendor. This means the product has been inspected, cleaned and repaired to meet manufacturer specifications and is in excellent condition. This item may or may not be in its original packaging. See the seller’s listing for full details.

Processing Power

Intel Core i3-6100 processor (Dual Core 3.70 GHz with 3M Cache)

The latest 6th generation Intel Core i3 processor – an excellent processor that delivers high performance when you need it most. The performance enables a great user experience with a more natural user interface, when paired with Intel RealSense Technology and Windows 10 Home.

Windows 10 Home

This great PC comes with Windows 10 Home preinstalled – making it the ideal system for office, multimedia applications and games of all kinds.

Graphics

Intel HD Graphics 530 supports 1080P high resolution and 4K support.

Storage & Memory

2TB Hard Drive – plenty of storage for applications, games, documents, music, video, downloads and more.

8GB DDR4 RAM – the latest, super-fast RAM thanks to increased transfer speeds that lets you multi-task effortlessly and even play some of the newest resource-demanding games available.

128GB SSD – superfast boot speeds enables your PC and Windows 10 to start-up really quickly. This great SSD drive also supplies even more storage space should you need it.

Hot-swap mobile rack - Swap hard drives quickly and easily – even while the PC is running. Perfect for data backups, data exchange and alternative operating systems.

Multi-standard DVD/CD burner with DVD-RAM and dual-layer support.

Extras

4 USB 3.0 ports - 2 on the front, 2 on the back / 2 USB 2.0 ports

HDMI & VGA Display Ports

Multi-card reader – MS/SD/MMC

LAN & WLAN connectivity
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#1
Two year guarantee too! IMO, a great price for a great and versatile home PC.
#2
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?
banned#3
Not seeing the 24 month warranty, only notice 12 month warranty.
#4
Apologies, that's my fault... Medion do usually offer 24 month warranty but it is actually 12 months on this product.
banned#5
Funghi
Apologies, that's my fault... Medion do usually offer 24 month warranty but it is actually 12 months on this product.
No problem, just thought I had missed it somewhere.
#6
If you add a decent graphics card to this, would it make for a good gaming machine?
#7
broie
If you add a decent graphics card to this, would it make for a good gaming machine?

I was going to criticise the CPU for being Dual Core (+ two virtual cores) rather than a true Quad core, however the benchmarks are quite surprising: http://www.anandtech.com/show/10543/the-skylake-core-i3-51w-cpu-review-i3-6320-6300-6100-tested/8

If you're adding a GPU it would be wise to replace the power supply with a budget EVGA model (approx £35).
banned 1 Like #8
broie
If you add a decent graphics card to this, would it make for a good gaming machine?



Yes but the included power supply is going to limit your options unless you replace it too
banned#9
zx636r
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?



Yes, how cheap?
#10
whip out the cpu ( get 90 for it on fleabay ) slam in an i5 skylake for £135 - same socket i believe ( a few on for that ) and a 100 quid gfx card and this will fly like a bod)

heaty!
#11
philjstephenson
whip out the cpu ( get 90 for it on fleabay ) slam in an i5 skylake for £135 - same socket i believe ( a few on for that ) and a 100 quid gfx card and this will fly like a bod)

heaty!


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Though you would likely lose warranty cover
#12
xela333
zx636r
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?

Yes, how cheap?

Don't really know......up to 50 quid.
#13
zx636r
xela333
zx636r
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?

Yes, how cheap?
Don't really know......up to 50 quid.

Crikey, that is cheap. Might as well stick with onboard or find a cheap pre-owned card.
1 Like #14
medion only started selling this pc about 3 weeks ago and they already have aload that are refurbished?

Seems a bit odd?
#15
MBeeching
zx636r
xela333
zx636r
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?

Yes, how cheap?
Don't really know......up to 50 quid.

Crikey, that is cheap. Might as well stick with onboard or find a cheap pre-owned card.


I have heard that gt610s are better than integrated lol
#16
abzycar
MBeeching
zx636r
xela333
zx636r
Can you whack a cheap graphics card in this?

Yes, how cheap?
Don't really know......up to 50 quid.

Crikey, that is cheap. Might as well stick with onboard or find a cheap pre-owned card.


I have heard that gt610s are better than integrated lol


(Not GTX, GT610)
#17
adr0ck
medion only started selling this pc about 3 weeks ago and they already have aload that are refurbished?
Seems a bit odd?

I believe that a lot of 'refurbished' PCs are actually cancelled/returned orders that cannot technically be sold as new even though they may never have been used.
#18
anyone recommend a graphics card to go into this around £100 budget? thanks
#19
hey i think the price has increased to £349 now?

anyone got any alternatives?

i would definitely have bought this if i saw it in time!

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