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Product Code
141179
Model iPower 9810
Operating System MS Windows Vista Home Premium 64bit
Processor Type Intel Core 2 Quad Q8200
Processor Speed 2.33 GHz
RAM Size 4 GB
RAM Technology DDR II SDRAM
Hard Drive Capacity 750 GB
Hard Drive Interface SATA
Optical Drive DVDRW
Graphics Geforce 9800GT
Networking 1xEthernet 1xIEEE 1394 (FireWire)
USB Ports 8
Case Design Tower
Colour Black
Keyboard UK
GTIN 5051710225998
Grade Cancelled/As New Stock
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#1
I get £399.48 after delivery and VAT.
banned#2
Might want to add total price and retailer to Title!
#3
The mathematicians are here! I guess i should be more accurate.......
#4
Whys this cold? Pretty cheap for the specs and has a relatively good graphics card for £400
#5
I really dont know why? i think people try to go on rep on here rep their pals rather than whats a decent pc for under £400
#6
mamboboy
We appreciate your efforts Mag, but computer deals really are one of the hardest things to get any heat here. You get the tech savvy people voting cold because they can build it cheaper, and the non-tech savvy people usually not voting at all because they can't really tell the difference between a £200 PC and a £600 one...


That is just an insult to the everyday user!

Tech savvy or not its got a expensive graphics card the only downside is vista that can be replaced,

Build me this spec pc for £400 minus labour? please do cos you cant!
#7
voted hot, good price for the spec.
#8
mamboboy
We appreciate your efforts Mag, but computer deals really are one of the hardest things to get any heat here. You get the tech savvy people voting cold because they can build it cheaper, and the non-tech savvy people usually not voting at all because they can't really tell the difference between a £200 PC and a £600 one...



The 8800GT is fairly old now and a big noisy card which needs a lot of power. Not a bad price really, but not great either. The £350 PC in Aldi/Lidl recently was quite a fair bit better...


Not to get into arguments here as im the new guy here but its a 9800GT that is a very good card around £95 worth!

also you point out the ALDI pc yes that was great but it was like 3 pc per store, also it was a cheap ploy to make people rush their to do their shopping! besides the spec was very close, this has a better graphics card, that had the 1tb hard drive,

Your point to me is pointless!
#9
I'm not voting - the spec is outdated now, but when it was new it was high spec stuff. You do get a dedicated card which is good but due to the mobo constraints you wont be able to upgrade this machine much in the future if you are so inclined.
#10
Blah Blah Blah who cares about upgrades thats all i ever hear about on desktop posts. I've had my pc 7 years now and not once upgraded it. just the odd system restore and it still works fine, i would guess that the majority of people who are looking at this deal have NEVER upgraded a PC. H&R
#11
Mighty__Mag
That is just an insult to the everyday user!

Tech savvy or not its got a expensive graphics card the only downside is vista that can be replaced,

Build me this spec pc for £400 minus labour? please do cos you cant!


That graphics card is £65 from the likes of overclockers, so I wouldn't call that expensive. And you couldn't self build that PC anymore as that processor is no longer available as it's too old, unless the odd shop has one hiding gathering dust. You can just still get the 8300 and 8400.

also, it's now SATA II, not old SATA 1.

Ive just priced up a self build from ebuyer quickly using an 8400 and a 750gb WD SATA 2,and got it to £388 inc VAT. Now admittedly this isn't including Vista 64 bit but I could make a quick call to MS and say i've rebuilt my old PC after it died and want a new licence key to rebuild, which ive done several times and is legal, or a great deal of people will know or have ways of getting it anyway.

If your just after a PC that will currently play near enough all games (with reduced graphics settings on some) and for internet and video encoding, without having to build one, then this is fine.

Because of this i have voted this HOT!

However, this is not current technology or current software, and so don't get all defensive when people show you alternatives:whistling:
#12
ILL just say i have this and it the best pc ive ever had so much room inside to add stuff and upgrade which is what ive done , Does this come with the 22 inch samsung monitor , logitech G11 keyboard and G5 gaming mouse as when i got mine for a slightly lower price everything was included but in mind still a good buy for that money for someone who does not know how to build a pc . Hot
#13
Waterboy8535
That graphics card is £65 from the likes of overclockers, so I wouldn't call that expensive. And you couldn't self build that PC anymore as that processor is no longer available as it's too old, unless the odd shop has one hiding gathering dust. You can just still get the 8300 and 8400.

also, it's now SATA II, not old SATA 1.

Ive just priced up a self build from ebuyer quickly using an 8400 and a 750gb WD SATA 2,and got it to £388 inc VAT. Now admittedly this isn't including Vista 64 bit but I could make a quick call to MS and say i've rebuilt my old PC after it died and want a new licence key to rebuild, which ive done several times and is legal, or a great deal of people will know or have ways of getting it anyway.

If your just after a PC that will currently play near enough all games (with reduced graphics settings on some) and for internet and video encoding, without having to build one, then this is fine.

Because of this i have voted this HOT!

However, this is not current technology or current software, and so don't get all defensive when people show you alternatives:whistling:


No one is getting defensive and of course there are alternative choices to be made by anyone who wants to upgrade a PC, this is just a website for offers that are reasonable to date, desktop PC's are going to get better every day, this site is not called find the cheapest PC that is future proof and can be upgraded forever, you just need something that will last a couple of years, i mean there are people posting laptops on here getting plenty of heat, they cant be upgraded yet people on here think they are good deals, that have less ram storage graphics processor,

Im currently searching for a desktop that has decent graphics enough ram and a reasonably fast processor, not to bothered about storage, all for around £400 mark, so far i have found a fair few, when posted on here everyone seems to find some kind of fault, very picky,

The graphics card here gathering heat http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/449228/xfx-9800gt-512mb-ddr3-dual-dvi-grap uses ddr3,
ddr3 for gaming, meaning its hardly gonna use the 4gb ram that vista 64 is using 1gb of, therfore 3gb left to process everything else!
#14
Point taken, and as you will see me say previously, if you're after a generally all-round good PC then this is a good way to go.

That's why i voted hot:thumbsup:

Desktops, as you have noticed, generally don't get high heat, with plenty of people just wading in with vague "It's crap" and "I could build one better for half the money".

In my opinion, which is no more or less important than anyone elses is that for the spec, and less hassle than building near the same spec yourself, this IS a good deal.

I'd buy one, if I didn't have the geeky urge to build my own all the time :oops:
#15
Mighty__Mag
No one is getting defensive and of course there are alternative choices to be made by anyone who wants to upgrade a PC, this is just a website for offers that are reasonable to date, desktop PC's are going to get better every day, this site is not called find the cheapest PC that is future proof and can be upgraded forever, you just need something that will last a couple of years, i mean there are people posting laptops on here getting plenty of heat, they cant be upgraded yet people on here think they are good deals, that have less ram storage graphics processor,

Im currently searching for a desktop that has decent graphics enough ram and a reasonably fast processor, not to bothered about storage, all for around £400 mark, so far i have found a fair few, when posted on here everyone seems to find some kind of fault, very picky,

The graphics card here gathering heat http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/449228/xfx-9800gt-512mb-ddr3-dual-dvi-grap uses ddr3,
ddr3 for gaming, meaning its hardly gonna use the 4gb ram that vista 64 is using 1gb of, therfore 3gb left to process everything else!


Mighty-You might like to have a look at these i3's from ebuyer-well within £500-although not sure of the brand reliability.
http://www.ebuyer.com/search?page=1&store=5&cat=191&ca35=Intel+Core+i3

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