Mesh PC, Intel E5400 2.7GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, No OS £219.99 at Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Mesh PC, Intel E5400 2.7GHz, 4GB RAM, 500GB HDD, No OS £219.99 at Ebuyer

£219.99 @ Ebuyer
Intel Pentium E5400 2.70GHz Mini-Tower Micro ATX Chassis ASUS Mainboard - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad Core MATX 4GB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM 500GB Serial ATA HD Samsung 22x Dual Laye… Read More
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7y, 10m agoFound 7 years, 10 months ago
Intel Pentium E5400 2.70GHz
Mini-Tower Micro ATX Chassis
ASUS Mainboard - Intel Core 2 Duo/Quad Core MATX
4GB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM
500GB Serial ATA HD
Samsung 22x Dual Layer DVD Writer Super Format +R/-R/RW/RAM
Operating System: No Operating System
Monitor Not Included
256MB NVIDIA GeForce 7050i GPU
1 Year Manufacturer Warranty
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#1
this pc is comparable to this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/475003/220-extra-value-desktop-pc-intel-du/ but it has a slightly better processor.
#2
Any idea how noisey this is? i.e the fan
#3
ITRUK
Any idea how noisey this is? i.e the fan


since this has not been released for sale yet i dont think anyone would know.
#4
Computerman
since this has not been released for sale yet i dont think anyone would know.


Crap! lol

Couldn't see the 'September 17th' for looking :oops:
#5
Computerman
this pc is comparable to this deal http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/475003/220-extra-value-desktop-pc-intel-du/ but it has a slightly better processor.

This one also has a better M/B.

OC this to 3Ghz+ easy, stick in a HD 4730/4770 and you have a fair gaming PC for not a lot of money.
I have a E5200 which I have running stable and cool on stock HS+fan at 3.5Ghz with very little effort (and on a cheap asrock MB with poor OC'ing features). Although the E5400 might be as good an overclocker (or may be better, haven't looked it up yet), you'll definitely get a fair increase out of it with that M/B.
#6
I have to vote cold., Mesh are a dreadfull company to deal with. You can risk it and you may be OK, but from my experiance their PCs are poorly built and customer services are beyond a joke.

Im one of the vocal people who has had the misfortune of having a faulty PC from them.
#7
Fatal Exception
I have to vote cold., Mesh are a dreadfull company to deal with. You can risk it and you may be OK, but from my experiance their PCs are poorly built and customer services are beyond a joke.

Im one of the vocal people who has had the misfortune of having a faulty PC from them.


Yes but its from eBuyer so if it breaks you can deal with them rather than Mesh (who I agree are awful).
#8
i'm currently waiting for a PC direct from MESH, waiting being the operative word. From my limited experience of dealing with them so far they are simply awful CS wise - i'm dreading it if anything goes wrong. I simply cant recommend them, which is a shame as they seem to have some decent spec PCs.

However, this is from Ebuyer whom I believe have sharpened up their act CS wise so seems like a good deal to me.
#9
Apology cus I'm not very good with pc's. Noted it needs an operating system. On ebay they have "MS Windows XP Professional SP2 full UK Edition Win Pro" (from Germany) at about £35. Could anyone advise please if this would load and run as a suitable Op System for this well priced pc. Thankyou.
#10
Never Buy Mesh Computers Break Down And Their Customer Service Is The Worse I Have Ever Seen
#11
Would have thought XP would be fine on this machine. Sounds very cheap, just hope it is not restricted to running on a certain PC in any way. Can you find a UK source at a similar price from a well rated seller?

If you are in education you might qualify for a very cheap and legit educational copy.

Could use UBUNTU - which is free. Can even get a CD sent to you for free if no access to download. File is about 650 megs. UBUNTU is very smooth and quick, would fly on this box.
#12
I appreciate a lot of people have had trouble with Mesh but I can say for one that I found them to be pretty good. Had a few teething troubles when I bought mine but all sorted by phone and email... That said I've never had to send anything back!

Ebuyer I did have loads of trouble with though... At the end of the day it's luck of the draw if you get a CS agent that knows their onoins and can speak english or some nutter who... Can't!

Good price, good PC, good manufacturer (in my opinion), and a bit of an iffy vendor!
#13
Can I stick the Win XP from my other pc into this one?

Is that legal? Possible?
#14
Quids
Can I stick the Win XP from my other pc into this one?

Is that legal? Possible?


yes if its a retail version
no if its oem (this is the kind preinstalled on/supplied with the machine)
#15
If it's possible than its legal too.You need to try it or read the scripts on the disk(s).
Does anyone know what is the asus motherboard exactly?
#16
not worth it, mesh computers are rubbish
#17
not too keen on mesh
#18
Hi, i bought this computer two weeks ago and installed XP prof. the drivers of the ethernet and soundcard weren't installed. I went on the manufacturer's website (realtek) to download the drivers but when it came to installing them the comp didn't dectect the correct drivers in the folder I downloaded.

I've downloaded several versions of the drivers but keep facing the same problem.

Can anyone help. I'm not sure what to do next! Thanks.
#19
deep
not worth it, mesh computers are rubbish


Any other recommendations then? Is it not just the same bits would be used by many a company and plugged together the same way?
#20
unidork
Hi, i bought this computer two weeks ago and installed XP prof. the drivers of the ethernet and soundcard weren't installed. I went on the manufacturer's website (realtek) to download the drivers but when it came to installing them the comp didn't dectect the correct drivers in the folder I downloaded.

I've downloaded several versions of the drivers but keep facing the same problem.

Can anyone help. I'm not sure what to do next! Thanks.


Well what I would recommend is to use CPU-Z to find out what motherboard model you have then get the corresponding missing drivers from the website. If it an ASUS as is listed here is the download section.
#21
GAVINLEWISHUKD;6275745
Well what I would recommend is to use CPU-Z to find out what motherboard model you have

Top tip... Everest is another good one but have yet to try cpu-z so can't say which is best.

Good luck sorting it UD :thumbsup:
#22
unidork
Hi, i bought this computer two weeks ago and installed XP prof. the drivers of the ethernet and soundcard weren't installed. I went on the manufacturer's website (realtek) to download the drivers but when it came to installing them the comp didn't dectect the correct drivers in the folder I downloaded.

I've downloaded several versions of the drivers but keep facing the same problem.

Can anyone help. I'm not sure what to do next! Thanks.


i assume u bought it direct from mesh, since it isnt available to the 17th on Ebuyer. i would use everest, am i correct in assuing u tried to use the xp feature where windows searches the internet for drivers, via device manager or add new hardware.
#23
http://www.lavalys.com/products.php?lang=en&page=11

Link for Everest download. Only trials but should fix you up OK!
#24
Can anyone tell me the size of the PSU on this one - so as to support a half decent graphics card...
#25
Sinbad
Can anyone tell me the size of the PSU on this one - so as to support a half decent graphics card...


Would expect it to be around the 350w mark with no dedicated pci-e power line. So a 4670 is about the best you will get. So crysis on high is a no, but it plays most games fine a 1280x800.
#26
anyone know if the graphics are built on board, and is the 256mb dedicated, or come out of system ram?
#27
bassman_uk
anyone know if the graphics are built on board, and is the 256mb dedicated, or come out of system ram?


Its an integrated using system ram. As it states it an Asus I would guess it a P5N73-AM. This is about as basic board as it gets and is no longer made. Would guess Mesh bought up the last as a job lot.
suspended#28
hope someone can write down the motherboard model number and board revision number and let me know my friend wants 1 of these but i want to know which motherboard it has first.

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