"Titan Goliath" Intel Core i7 920 2.66GHz @ 3.40GHz Quad Core DDR3 System from £821 + DEL @ Overclockers - HotUKDeals
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Seems like a really good deal. Over £100 cheaper than when buying the components seperately. Some customizable options too. I'd add an ATi 5770 for a more even spec.

Key Components

:- Intel Core i7 920 2.66Ghz Overclocked to 3.40GHz!
:- Gigabyte EX58-UD3R Intel X58 (Socket 1366) PCI-Express DDR3 Motherboard
:- Corsair XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 (1600MHz) Tri-Channel
:- Corsair TX 650W ATX2.2 SLI Compliant PSU


Full Spec with customisable options:

Case - Performance Gaming Case Options
Graphics Card - ATI & Nvidia Graphics Card Options
Hard Drive Performance - 7200RPM Options
Memory - Corsair XMS3 6GB (3x2GB) DDR3 PC3-12800C9 (1600MHz) Tri-Channel
Motherboard - Gigabyte EX58-UD3R Intel X58 (Socket 1366) PCI-Express DDR3 Motherboard
Optical Drive - LG GH22NS30 22x DVD±RW SATA Dual Layer ReWriter
Power Supply - Corsair TX 650W ATX2.2 SLI Compliant PSU
Processor - Intel Core i7 920 2.66Ghz D0 Overclocked to 3.40GHz!
Processor Cooler - Akasa AK-967 Nero Direct Contact Heatpipe CPU Cooler
Sound Card - 7.1 High Definition OnBoard Sound Card
Other - Arctic Silver 5 heatsink compound professionally hand installed by our technicians
Warranty - 1 Year Onsite Collect & Return Warranty
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#1
a ton cheaper than buying the components at OCUK or at a sensibly priced retailer?
#2
Oh my bad. I forgot that the spec I drew up for a mate the other day had a £200 monitor included. Doh! Thought it seemed a bit cheap.
#3
Personally i'll never spend money at Overclockers again. Used to buy all my stuff there until they really messed me about with a graphics card.
#4
Give you £5.00 for that setup in 6 months :D
#5
Thats way over priced, especially as they are clocking the CPU. Buying overclocked units as a standard is just wrong.
#6
Overclockers=scumbags Avoid
#7
Agree with the opinions on Overclockers.
#8
AdmV0rl0n
Thats way over priced, especially as they are clocking the CPU. Buying overclocked units as a standard is just wrong.


Dunno, I'd rather pay a little extra for a chip that I know will be stable at the overclocked speeds. I've bought a couple of certified overclockable chips in the past. Avoids disappointment and head-scratching about what one of your components isn't liking being pushed that far.
#9
the problem with comparing these pre-built units to those components you would select is that your going to use retail, aftermarket components, each carrying probably more than 1 years warranty, memory may even be lifetime, the quality of your components will be better too ... Dell will use ALL OEM components, bargin basement motherboards.... these deals are fine so long as you are getting a good price, and the user isnt going to push it too hard, push one of these setups hard, and your likely to see heat issues, PSU will be another area where they will cut it to the bone, be very careful adding in stuff later..... whereas a good system builder using aftermarket parts will opt for at least one step higher PSU than needed, and generally will get a good quality branded unit

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