PC Nextday, Zoostorm E2160 Dual Core PC, Nvidia 8600GT - VISTA HOME PREMIUM £489.39 - HotUKDeals
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Can this price be beaten for a dual core PC with the following spec?

The price of £489.39 includes delivery but reflects a 3% Quidco discount. Allow up to 10 days for delivery.

Zoostorm 2-3423 Versatile E2160 Dual Core PC, Nvidia 8600GT - VISTA HOME PREMIUM, 2GB RAM, 250GB HDD, 19" Widescreen LCD.

# Microsoft Vista Home Premium

# Intel Pentium Dual Core E2160 Dual Core Processor with 800MHz Front Side Bus and 1MB Cache

# 2GB DDR2 533MHz PC4200 Memory

# 250GB SATA300 Hard Drive with 8MB Cache

# 256MB Nvidia 8600GT Graphics Card

# 18x DVD+/-RW RAM Double Layer Drive

# 52 in 1 Flash Card Drive

# Black & Silver mATX Case

# 7 USB2.0 Ports (3 front, 4 rear)

# 10/100 LAN

# 19" LCD Monitor with 1440x900 resolution and 5ms response

# Microsoft Black Keyboard and Mouse

# MS Works 8.5

# 1 Year on-site warranty
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:) Obvious really, but a bigger image...


certainly a positive review for it there, and the identical setup at Littlewoods is £699... just wish I'd heard of PC NextDay before. Tempting offer though!
Grand total plus delivery is £504

You can build a similar spec for £465 (ebuyer)

SO I think paying £40 is possibly worth it for building/1 year warranty good deal

Although, can you overclock this system? If pay another £40 ontop of the ebuyer system for large heat sink/better ram/asus p5b motherboard you could overclock the processor to 2.8ghz! :oops:

PCNEXTDAY usually do well in product reviews..also have some high spec laptops at reasonable prices.
My 2160 overclocks to 3.2ghz easily and is very stable. I've had to increase voltage to the cpu and memory though a bit. I did have it running at 3.5ghz for a while but it wasn't totally stable so reduced it for safety. Thats with standard air cooling and a cheap as chips psu. Superb processors for overclocking.

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