Packard Bell iXtreme X6620uk Desktop PC @ £350.53 @ ebay (currys_pcworld) - HotUKDeals
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# Intel® Core 2 Quad Q8300 processor
# (2.5GHz, 1333MHz FSB, 4MB Cache)
# Genuine Windows® 7 Home Premium 64-bit
# 6GB DDR2 memory
# 1TB hard drive
# 1GB NVIDIA GeForce GT220 graphics
# DVD Rewriter
# Built-in wireless (802.11b/g)
# This Item is missing its original Packaging.
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Feels cheap to me - three month warranty good enough for a PC I'd argue
Image added and heat :)
Quite old spec now to be honest.
If you, or you know anyone that can assemble a PC, Scan have very good deals on DIY Core i3 builds today for around £70 less...

Windows 7 is £80!

For those without an OS I challenge anyone to find cheaper!

Edited By: nigelpm on Apr 04, 2011 19:28
....and of course no one mentions that it is secondhand! :-(
....and of course no one mentions that it is secondhand! :-(

OOOOOooooo, wonder what you can find on the harddrive!
Quite old spec now to be honest.
If you, or you know anyone that can assemble a PC, Scan have very good deals on DIY Core i3 builds today for around £70 less...

Or there's this one at Novatech for slightly less:

iFlame Intel Core i3 2100 Processor - 4GB DDR3 1333Mhz Memory - 500GB 6GB/s SATA Hard Drive - Intel H67 Chipset Motherboard - DVD Writer (No OS) - £334.99 Inc VAT

£424 once you add an operating system though, not to mention less ram and smaller hard drive and couldn't see a mention of a graphics card. Really good comparison....

Edited By: poing on Apr 04, 2011 19:39
hot provided pcworld have improved their packaging dept since the last round of refurbs were posted out... shockingly poor protection for a pc unit
my dad has this machine, pretty good for the price, the packard bell 23" 1080p monitor is also good so look out for those
I have this PC. Brought about 6 months ago from PC World as a refurb (12 monh warranty).

So far so good, but did have to send first one sent me back as had been smashed about something chronic. Agree with above re packaging - they just throw in a large box with a few bits of smashed up polystyrene & hope for the best.

Edited By: mckayc on Apr 04, 2011 21:13
I agree with the others regarding the old tech. Scan sell the same OS for £73 for the oem version - which since you are buying hardware means you can buy. While there is less memory in the scan kit, what it does have is much faster. It's also more upgradable in terms of changing the processor for a i7 one at a later date. Yes you'll need to add a video card, but if you wanted to play the latest games then the 220 Nvidia card in this machine wouldn't cut it either.

That said, not a bad price for PC world...just I prefer stuff that I can add to, rather than me having to replace large parts of it.
the packaging is poor with these pcworld refurbs but is great value for money , every other deal for around the same price is either a diy build or missing os, although i would go with the i5 deal at £354 or the i3 for £279.
3 month warranty. Wouldn't risk it and at that price + item is missing, makes it a no no. oO
wow very old most 775 socket mobos have 16gb memory this one only as 8? there probably is no SLI or crossfire and i bet the missing items are driver cd's
Novatech have some nice builds going atm you only have to add few things very easy to setup
Your text here
and shop around for the rest

Edited By: mmorpg_gamer on Apr 05, 2011 14:10: lk
they only trust it for 3m! Hmmmmmmmm

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