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Packard Bell iPower I9820 Desktop (factory refurb) £449.00 delivered + 6% Quidco - Telephones Online

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Came across this last night after looking at the Compaq deal that was posted... It's a factory refurb. but comes with 12 mth guarantee from Tele.On. I couldn't find much info, but I think it was sol… Read More
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7y, 9m agoFound 7 years, 9 months ago
Came across this last night after looking at the Compaq deal that was posted...
It's a factory refurb. but comes with 12 mth guarantee from Tele.On.
I couldn't find much info, but I think it was sold by DSG group back in March for about £980.
Spec:
Operating System Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
Processor
Model Intel® Core I7-920 Processor 2.66GHz
Cache 8MB
Motherboard
Socket LGA 1366
Chipset Intel X58
Number of PCI slots (total/free) 2 x PCI Express 16X / 1 x PCI Express 4X / 1 x PCI Express 1X
Memory
Installed memory 4096MB DDR3 1066MHz
Hard Disk Drive
HDD size 640GB SATA
HDD rotation speed 7200rpm SATA
Card reader - Floppy drive
Multimedia Card reader 18 in 1 media card reader
CD-RW/DVD-RW
Optical drive DVD+/-R9
Graphics
Chipset NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS150 DVIx2 / HDCP+HDMI+VGA
Integrated on motherboard or on AGP Slot PCI
Dedicated video memory 1024MB dedicated
Screen
Monitor size For Monitor size see PCWorld stores for details
Sound
Chipset Realtek ALC 888S
Integrated on motherboard or on PCI Slot Integrated
Speakers No
Communication
Modem No
Ethernet Yes
Connectors
USB Port 8 x USB 2.0
Number of IEEE 1394 ports 2
Audio line out Yes
Audio line in Yes
S/PDIF out Yes
Microphone in Yes
Headset connector Yes
Keyboard and Pointing device
Pointing device PS2 Mouse
Keyboard type PS2 Keyboard
Warranty
Standard warranty One Year Standard
---------------------------------
KEY FEATURES
* Operating System: Genuine Windows Vista® Home Premium
* Processor: Intel® Core I7-920 Processor 2.66GHz, 8MB cache
* Number of PCI slots (total/free):2 x PCI Express 16X / 1 x PCI Express 4X / 1 x PCI Express 1X
* Memory: 4096MB DDR3 1066MHz
* Hard Disk Drive:640GB SATA HDD, 7200rpm
* Card reader:Floppy drive
* Multimedia Card reader:18 in 1 media card reader
* CD-RW/DVD-RW: DVD+/-R9
* Graphics:NVIDIA® GeForce® GTS150 DVIx2 / HDCP+HDMI+VGA
* USB Port: 8
* Number of IEEE 1394 ports: 2
* Audio line out: Yes
* Audio line in: Yes
* S/PDIF out: Yes
* Microphone in: Yes
* Headset connector: Yes


* I put it in my basket to check out, but thought I would check with the tec heads first, as I am waaaay out of touch with puter spec these days...Thanks.
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#2
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#3
* It doesn't come with a screen as mentioned
#4
Can't you do your own research?
banned#5
Personally I think Packard Bell have yet to make a good PC.
#6
in the key feature at the bottom it says Q6600?!?!

Anyway that graphics card is absolute pants so you won't be doing any gaming on that, regardless of how good the cpu is. The RAM is also the slowest DDR3 you can get
#7
Lonely_Warrior
in the key feature at the bottom it says Q6600?!?!

Anyway that graphics card is absolute pants so you won't be doing any gaming on that, regardless of how good the cpu is. The RAM is also the slowest DDR3 you can get


Good spot. The specification lists the above, but yes, the key features did mention the Q6600.
I think it is the I7
#8
Why did a PC that was new 5 months ago need a refurb.It seems it was junk new so it can,t be much good now
#9
whelpin
Why did a PC that was new 5 months ago need a refurb.It seems it was junk new so it can,t be much good now


I think there are different reasons why items get sold as "refurbs", but good point.
Here's what they say -

Factory Refurbished: These are products that have been returned to the manufacturer and after stringent diagnostic testing there has been 'No Fault Found' with the product. These products are then resold as a factory refurbished item with a 12 month warranty (provided by Telephones Online) at massive discount prices. This also includes laptops, desktop pc's, phones & faxes which fail high quality standards due to damaged packaging or slight cosmetic imperfections. The box seal (if originally present) may have been removed or opened to allow the product to be fully inspected.

I have never bought a refurb. Some people on here have, and there is mixed reviews. I think it is just your luck, but at £450, I think it might be a bit much to risk on the quality, as they could have dropped the model because of problems, hence the refurbs...
#10
out of stock
#11
Looks a very good spec for the money, even if its a packard bell. Wont find another spec like that for that price.
#12
zurich
out of stock


Yes, it is now...Someone must have thought it was a good price for the spec!
#13
Bryan839
Looks a very good spec for the money, even if its a packard bell. Wont find another spec like that for that price.


That's what I thought, hence why I posted it
#14
rehydrated;5913214
That's what I thought, hence why I posted it

You buy one?
#15
No Bryan :roll: I thought it looked good, good spec, good price, but I am still using a Pentium 4, shows you how up to date I am on puter spec, so I thought I would post and maybe get some positive, constructive feedback...One of the comments posted (that the poster later removed) was something like, "computer is pish, find a better one you lazy ****"
Lol, usual helpful HUKD crowd! :w00t:

Note to self, always go with your gut :thumbsup:
#16
Bryan839
Looks a very good spec for the money, even if its a packard bell. Wont find another spec like that for that price.

Agree its Very Good Spec.
But Very Good Spec does not it this case necessarily mean Very Good quality
#17
whelpin
Agree its Very Good Spec.
But Very Good Spec does not it this case necessarily mean Very Good quality


I agree. I had hoped that someone who knew a bit about the latest tech, or building puters might have done a comparison with what it would cost to build, or similar spec'd machines that they might have came across, too late now :whistling:
#18
whelpin;5913383
Agree its Very Good Spec.
But Very Good Spec does not it this case necessarily mean Very Good quality

My last Packard Bell (Ixtreme, late 03 model) with celeron processor is still going strong in my brothers house. I have always found PB to be reliable myself.

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