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AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Quad Core Processor AM3 (3.20GHz, 8MB Cache)
Genuine Windows 7 Home Premium Edition - 64bit English
Stylish Mini-Tower Micro ATX Chassis with 300W PSU - Piano Black
ASUS M4A785T-M Mainboard (DDR3), with integrated HDMI/DVI/VGA Graphics - MATX
4GB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM - (2x2GB)
500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer
22x Dual Layer DVD Writer Super Format +R/-R/RW/RAM
512MB ATI Radeon HD4200 Integrated Graphics - Full HD Support (M4A785T-M)
7.1 High Definition onboard sound card - for 8 Channel Cinema sound
1 Year Return to Base Hardware Warranty - inc 3 Months Free Collect & Return

Standard features:
Free Microsoft® Works® 8.5 + Limited Microsoft Office Trial
Free Cyberlink Video Editing Suite - 7 titles (oem)
BullGuard Internet Security 8.5 - 90 Day Trial - AntiVirus/Firewall/Backup/Spamfilter
12 USB 2.0 ports (6 ports at mid-board, 6 ports at back panel) - M4A785T-M
Network Ready PCIe Gigabit LAN

The default processor speed is set at 2.80ghz, but for an extra £10 it can be upgraded to 3.2ghz (included in the £440.73) price

Use code 25AFW140210D at the checkout to get £25 off. Basically making it free delivery

Excellent deal I think, with the processing power and DDR3 memory as opposed to other deals with only DDR2
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#1
Also untick the :
6-Socket Surge Protection
&
Complete 12 Month BullGuard Internet Security License (3 User Edition)
to get this price
#2
Im going to vote cold (DECIDED IN THE END NOT TO VOTE EITHER WAY) on this as i have just bought basically all of these components to build myself an HTPC and have only spent £310. I bought a 1TB hard drive aswell instead of the 500gb.

Its not a bad price if you cant or dont want to build your own pc but you could get it much cheaper by sourcing the parts seperately. I used Ebuyer and Amazon btw.
#3
Kearns
Im going to vote cold on this as i have just bought basically all of these components to build myself an HTPC and have only spent £310. I bought a 1TB hard drive aswell instead of the 500gb.

Its not a bad price if you cant or dont want to build your own pc but you could get it much cheaper by sourcing the parts seperately. I used Ebuyer and Amazon btw.


What a load of tosh. Prices from ebuyer this morning:

AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Socket AM3 3.2 GHz 6MB L3 Cache Retail Boxed Processor £128.76

Crucial 4GB (2x2GB) DDR3 1333MHz/PC3-10600 Memory Kit CL9 1.5V £80.00

ASUS M4A785TD-M EVO 785G Socket AM3 DVI VGA HDMI Out 8 Channel Audio MATX Motherboard £70.59

Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium - Licence and media - 1 PC - OEM - DVD - 64-bit - English £75.36

That comes to £354.71 and doesn't include hard drive, optical, case, psu etc etc.
#4
Kearns
Im going to vote cold on this as i have just bought basically all of these components to build myself an HTPC and have only spent £310. I bought a 1TB hard drive aswell instead of the 500gb.

Its not a bad price if you cant or dont want to build your own pc but you could get it much cheaper by sourcing the parts seperately. I used Ebuyer and Amazon btw.


I vote hot, that's a ridiculous price for getting all those parts. (as in, I don't believe it!)
#5
Better deal at Misco for a Quad Core Intel with HD4850 (comes in at £405).

Cold.
#6
Could you please post the link to the Misco PC?

Thanks
#7
cambb
Could you please post the link to the Misco PC?

Thanks


Yep:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/593341/quad-core-intel-4gb-ram-1tb-hd-ati-
#8
Thanks
#9
MrShed
Better deal at Misco for a Quad Core Intel with HD4850 (comes in at £405).

Cold.


The Misco deal has a poor mobo, has only 2 dimms slots, the £50 cashback takes upto 56 days and the CPU is benchmarked a fair bit lower than the Phenom. Personally I would pay the £40 more for the Mesh
#10
edgeone
The Misco deal has a poor mobo, has only 2 dimms slots, the £50 cashback takes upto 56 days and the CPU is benchmarked a fair bit lower than the Phenom. Personally I would pay the £40 more for the Mesh


Fair enough - our opinions differ :thumbsup:
#11
I didnt say that id just bought it this morning did i and i also said id bought part of the lot from amazon. IE the motherboard processor and memory, as it happens i didnt bother to vote hot or cold on the subject as i had nothing to compare a prebuilt unit against and i had got windows 7 cheap when it first came out.

So before you go spouting off saying im talking a load of tosh, get your facts straight. I have nothing to gain from lying to people, i bought the exact same motherboard and processor and different memory manufacturer, different harddrive (much better and bigger one) and the case for a lot less.

I cant understand you try to help people, you help them out with deals or other information and you start saying people are lying. As i said in my original post, its a good deal for anyone wanting a pc (and you could swap all the components straight into an htpc case.)
#12
Feel free to list all parts and prices paid with links etc if you want to help people. Just saying that you did it cheaper yourself doesn't really help anyone, links with prices etc does.
#13
1 x Extra Value Black Opera ATX Desktop Case 500W PSU (20+4 pin) 125291 £34.02 (ebuyer
1 x Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3 1TB Hard Drive SATAII 7200rpm 32MB Cache - OEM 173804 54.35 (ebuyer)
Asus AM3 M4A785TD-M Evo M-ATX 5200MT/S [Electronics] £63.21 (marketplace seller) amazon
Corsair DDR3, XMS-1333,£45.23 (market seller) amazon
AMD Phenom II X4 955 Black Edition Quad-Core Processor - 3.20 GHz,8MB Cache,Socket AM3,125W,45 nm,3 Year Warranty,Retail Boxed £121.90 (Actual Amazon)

So £318. Iwhen ive looked theres another £15 to add on for VAT on the hard drive and case that i didnt take into account. But still for me much much cheaper than the £440.

However looking now you would have to buy windows (which i already had) and a dvd drive (but tbh you can get a dual layer writer for less than £10 in most computer shops not bothered to look online.

Deal actually looks quite good when ive looked at the price of windows.

Just had a look now also to buy the memory normally would cost Another £15 at least on top.

BUT i did not lie about my components. Not able to get for that price at the moment so non comparible now so much...which is why i didnt vote.
1 Like #14
Kearns
I didnt say that id just bought it this morning did i and i also said id bought part of the lot from amazon. IE the motherboard processor and memory, as it happens i didnt bother to vote hot or cold on the subject as i had nothing to compare a prebuilt unit against and i had got windows 7 cheap when it first came out.

So before you go spouting off saying im talking a load of tosh, get your facts straight. I have nothing to gain from lying to people, i bought the exact same motherboard and processor and different memory manufacturer, different harddrive (much better and bigger one) and the case for a lot less.

I cant understand you try to help people, you help them out with deals or other information and you start saying people are lying. As i said in my original post, its a good deal for anyone wanting a pc (and you could swap all the components straight into an htpc case.)


My facts are very straight. Your original post said you can get it much cheaper by getting the parts separately which you have failed to backup and I believe is close to impossible. I also don't see how your post helped anyone.

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