Packard Bell iXtreme X5620uk Desktop PC (new and not a refurb) - Intel Core 2 Quad Q8300 processor 2.5ghz,4gb/640gb/hdmi geoforce 7100/wifi/W7 home premium - £237.68 delivered @ TechFurb ebay - HotUKDeals
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Was looking around after checking out the Dell post earlier.

Thought this looked like great value for a decent desktop unit.

Key FeaturesIntel Core 2 Quad Q8300 processor
(2.5GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB Cache)
Genuine Windows(R) 7 Home Premium 64-bit
4GB DDR2 memory
640GB hard drive
NVIDIA GeForce 7100 integrated graphics
DVD Rewriter
Built-in wireless (802.11b/g)
SpecificationsPC operating system: Genuine Windows (R) 7 Home Premium
Operating System Mode: 64-bit
Processor Brand: Intel
Processor Model: Core 2 Quad
Processor Number: Q8300
Processor Clock Speed: 2.5GHz
Processor Cache: 4MB
Motherboard Model: Denver11
Motherboard Chipset: NVIDIA nForce 610i (MCP73PV)
RAM Memory Size: 4GB
RAM Memory Type: DDR2
RAM Memory Clock Speed: 800MHz
No of Installed RAM Modules: 2
Maximum Expandable Memory: 4GB
First Hard Drive Capacity: 640GB
Hard Drive Spin Speed: 7200rpm
First Hard Drive Interface: SATA
Optical Drive Type: DVD-Rewriter
Graphics Card Brand: NVIDIA
Graphics Card Model: GeForce 7100
Graphics Card Outputs: 1x VGA and 1x HDMI
Soundcard Type: Onboard
Number of audio channels: 7.1
Outputs: 3.5mm and SPDIF
DC No of PCI-E Slots: 1
DC Media Card Reader: Yes
Number of USB Ports: 8
Built-in WiFi and Type: Yes - 802.11b/g
Network LAN and Type: Yes - 10/100/1000 Ethernet
Keyboard and Type: Yes - Wired
Mouse and Type: Yes - Wired
PC Weight: 12 kg
PC Height: 410 mm
PC Width: 190 mm
PC Depth: 390 mm
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Yes there are quite a few good desktop deals from this seller.
Good spec for the price, only poorish item is the onboard graphics but even then its not a bad onboard
Thanks bought one
How would this be for editing video? 720p MP4 video to be precise. Maybe upgrade the graphics card?
ohh temptin if hard drive was bigger
Bought one, thanks. The in-laws asked me to find them a new pc, this is perfect.
Sulphur Man
How would this be for editing video? 720p MP4 video to be precise. Maybe upgrade the graphics card?

Editing video is not that demanding it's transcoding (Changing format and quality) that sucks the life out of your processor.
Just bought the last one, thank you. Been looking for a new desktop for work, should be a little faster than my 7 year old Compaq:)
Sold out :(
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Reciept has come thru from Techfurb if anyone doesn't know who they are(I didn't) "our VAT Number
is : GB 226659933 (DSG Retail Ltd)"
They have it on their site here at £350 refurbed so £237 (less Quidco I hope) new looks as though we got a good deal.
I bought this one http://**** and it came today...With a sticker on the side saying

Pre Owned Product - Ex repair Returned from Service centre.

Box looks like new with security seal attached.

Anyone else found the same? I am scared to open it...
Mine arrived on Friday, very fast delivery. I opened the seal and thats as far as I got, from the moment I opened it I have been too busy at work to look inside. Hopefully tomorrow, I have about 30 mins work to do and then I should get some time to have a good look. Didn't see any sticker but didn't look.
Your goods should be okay, however after Watchdog's report on TechGuys your refurb may not be all it's cracked up to be!

Dixons Retail opened TechFurb a few months ago as a 'disposal' site. Ebay sellers have been monitoring it for some months to asses the impact on their product offerings. The basic idea is that consumers get a fabulous deal on overstocked items and refurbished products. They've recently branched out into 'open box' goods - 'customer returns'. That they're offering 12 month guarantees on most new goods, and 3 months on open and used items, shows they're more businesslike than most Ebay sellers - "Guarantee! No chance mate!"

It's a shame they 'hide' their identity but it's not too surprising. How many in-store buyers, and on-line buyers (from their Internet sales channels), want to know that they could have bought at a considerably lower price through a 'hidden sales channel' from the same group? Roll on the blogs, social networking, etc that will come from pretty peeved buyers!

Dixons Retail deserve a break, but they should really reveal their true trading identity. After all the statement at the end of their Ebay listings beggars belief - "I provide invoices with VAT separately displayed." The statement that "There isn't an 'I' in 'Team'" must be false!

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