PCNextday Zoostorm 62-3309 Home PC - Core 2 Duo E8500, 4GB RAM, 19" LCD, Vista Premium - £499 - HotUKDeals
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- Intel Core 2 Duo E8500 Processor, 3.16GHz featuring 1333MHz Front Side Bus and 6MB Cache
- 4GB DDR2 800MHz PC6400 Memory
- 320GB SATA300 (SATAII) Hard Drive with 8MB Cache
- 20x DVD+/-RW RAM SATA Double Layer Drive
- 256MB Dedicated nVidia 8600GT Graphics (DirectX 10 compatible)
- 5.1 Audio
- Black & Silver mATX Case
- 7 USB2.0 Ports (3 front, 4 rear)
- 52-in-1 Flash Memory Card Reader & Writer
- 10/100 LAN
- 19" LCD Monitor with 1440x900 resolution and 5ms response & DVI
- 5.1 Surround Sound Speaker Set
- Black Keyboard and Mouse
- Microsoft Vista Home Premium
- 1 Year return to base warranty on PC base unit
- 3 years on-site warranty on monitor

The Zoostorm 62-3309 Home PC is definitely designed for the bargain hunters amongst you who want a PC that can play games, ease through office applications and even dabble with high end applications such as music, photo or video editting. Plus it's not lacking in multimedia performance for watching movies or playing music.
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#1
Hmm not sure if this is a bargin lets add up the cost of the parts
e8500- 130
4gb ram 800mhz- £53.53
320gb hdd- £35.75
cheap motherboard- £35
dvd drive- £15
8600gt-45
cheap case- £30
lcd- 95
vista- 60
cheap keyboard mouse -10
speaker- 20 quid
psu- 20

which comes to a total of 543 quid

so yes this could be a bargin, but I would rather buy a good pc, then buy the extras afterwards like a better monitor keyboard, mouse and speaker system. I would stick in a 4850, better case, better motherboard and better psu.
#2
Or for those who want a prebuilt one, then voila.
#4

Much slower CPU
Half the RAM
Larger hard drive
Bigger TFT with seemingly weaker warranty

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