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Base Intel® Core2 Quad Q9450 Processor (2.66GHz, 1333MHz, 12MB cache)
Microsoft Operating System Genuine Windows Vista Home Premium with Service Pack 1, 32-bit - English
Memory 4096MB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM [2x2048]
Keyboard Logitech EX110 Cordless Keyboard and Mouse - Reliable and affordable way to go cordless in style
Monitor 24in E248WFP WIDESCREEN UK/Irish Black (1920 x 1200) TCO99 DVI-D
Video Card 512MB nVidia® GeForce® 8800GT graphics card
Hard Drive 1.0TB (7200RPM) SATA Dual Hard Drives (2X500GB)
Floppy Drives and Additional Storage Devices 19-in-1 Media Card Reader
Mouse Mouse Included in Wireless Keyboard and Mouse option
Modem No Modem
Optical Devices 16x DVD +/- RW Drive
Sound Cards Integrated 7.1 Channel High Definition Audio
Speakers No Speakers
Shipping Documents English - Vostro 410 System Docs (UK power cord) & English Adobe
Gedis Bundle Reference D074124
Microsoft Application Software Microsoft® Works 9.0 - English
Standard Warranty 1Yr Basic Warranty - Next Business Day
Enhanced Service Packs 1Yr Basic Warranty - Next Business Day Included - No Upgrade Selected
CompleteCare Declined CompleteCare
Protect your new PC No Security/Anti-Virus Protection
Order Information Vostro Desktop 410 Order - UK
Dell System Media Kit Resource DVD - (Diagnostics & Drivers)
Promotions Hidden Option Class Free Memory Upgrade from 3GB 800MHz to 4GB 800MHz

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#1
It's a good deal for the spec but no Blu-ray kills it for me. Thanks.
#2
Absolutely awfull...
#3
weirdwilli
Absolutely awfull...


why?
can u do better?
#4
Yes I could build myself, a pc which is much better. Stick in a 4850, e8500 and your sorted. Then buy a better keyboard, mouse, monitor, etc.
#5
sharp910sh
Yes I could build myself, a pc which is much better stickk in an 4850, e8500, sorted, then buy a better jeyboard mouse etc, monitor.


Go on then, lets see what you can come up with that beats this as I'm looking for a new high end pc ...
banned#6
weirdwilli;2507328
Absolutely awfull...


Your avatar?
#7
beat the deal
#8
The monitor with this deal has a 1 year warranty which is poor whereas you can buy it with a 4 year warranty for ~£250 delivered from PCBuyit.

That leaves 808 – 250 = £558 for the PC alone. There was an XPS 420 on the Dell Outlet this afternoon for £450 which had a similar spec but it had a Q6600 and possibly 3GB of RAM.
I think I’d rather save over £100 and have a better warranty on the monitor especially as the XPS 420 is a much nicer case.
#9
Ok lets see,
e8500- £129.95
4850- £117.49
hard drive 1tb- £89.95
PSU- 450vx- £45
ram- 2gb 6400 ram £28
motherboard- asus p5k - £66
dvd drive- £15
monitor- 24" acer- 220
ex110 keyboard - 16 quid
nice case say £60

comes to a grand total of £786

which is cheaper and better than then the 808 quid dell rubbish, which you can't customise! so Ha in your face!

And I would buy a better keyboard and mouse.
#10
sharp910sh
Ok lets see,
comes to a grand total of £786.

Don't forget the Vista License. :whistling:
#11
Agharta
Don't forget the Vista License. :whistling:


Shhhh. :whistling:

Ah don't need that.
#12
sharp910sh
Shhhh. :whistling:
Ah don't need that.

That's not really the point. :whistling:
#13
Agharta
Don't forget the Vista License. :whistling:


true
#14
sharp910sh
e8500- £129.95
4850- £117.49
ram- 2gb 6400 ram £28
monitor- 24" acer- 220
nice case say £60

So a much cheaper CPU, a better GPU, half the RAM, a worse TFT (knowing Acer), a better case and no Operating System. Seems kind of random. :thinking:
#15
gezmek
It's a good deal for the spec but no Blu-ray kills it for me. Thanks.


If you want similar spec, with blu ray for similar price without going to the trouble of building it yourself try this link http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-007-OE&groupid=43&catid=1080&subcat=&name=Ultima%20Accelerator%204850
#16
sharp910sh
the 4850 is much better. I can't even be assed to show you a benchmark, which compares the 8800gt to the 4850 as the 4850 is even better than the 9800gtx.
I concur and at no point did I contradict you; I just said it’s a better GPU without qualification.

sharp910sh
And the quad, errrm you dumb mate. You can overclock the quad to say 3-3.2ghz. then you can get the e8500 to 4gb easily. lets remeber this, no game and only a few percentage of software are actually optimised for quad core, so you will be sitting waiting for a loooooong time till you see a load of software which will work for the quad.

I already have software optimized for quad core which is why I chose it over the dual core. We aren’t all obsessed with a few extra FPS on a game.

sharp910sh
Ram, you can go on and on and on about the need for 4gb of ram, you don't need if. yes if your sitting there editing a load of hd videos, playing crysis or a game, then running virus software, and a hell of a load of stuff then yes. But you only really need 2gb. vista 32 bit doesnt even recongise 4gb. which makes me laugh. as the dell system uses 32 bit, so you will only see 3-3.5gb anyways.

I actually said that 3GB was sufficient but that 4GB RAM kits offer better value especially if you want to use 1,000 MHz RAM as I do. I’m pleased that you can get by with 2GB but that not the case for all of us.

sharp910sh
and this monitor, seems more than good enoug. http://www.ebuyer.com/product/138627

Are you speaking from experience or just going by the paper specification?

sharp910sh
I know waaay more than you. so ha. Like i said its not a crime to know stuff.

I would surmise from your rantings and ravings that the opposite is true but I’m not so presumptuous as to reach a firm conclusion on such flimsy evidence. You may just be pretending to be a buffoon after all.
#17
Agharta
So a much cheaper CPU, a better GPU, half the RAM, a worse TFT (knowing Acer), a better case and no Operating System. Seems kind of random. :thinking:


lolololol
dell give you 4GB of RAM with a 32bit operating system

see the problem with that?
#18
pikachu12
Dell give you 4GB of RAM with a 32bit operating system, see the problem with that?

You have ~3.5GB of accessible RAM as per most other 32 bit systems. :thinking:
#19
To the guy posting his spec... cant really compare the C2D to a C2Q though, especially if your into video editing/conversion etc, and if you added the Vista license you would be more expensive, and dont forget you'll need to spend an hour or so actually putting it all together which if you aint done before, can be very daunting.

In short... Yes, you CAN build your own PC and the specs will probably be about 5-8% better overall, and still be around the same price. But for what Dell are offering at the price, I dont think they deserve that much slack. If Dell actually allowed you to freely make upgrades/customize etc then im sure most folks ears would perk at the Dell deals.
#20
sharp910sh
Ok lets see,
e8500- £129.95
4850- £117.49
hard drive 1tb- £89.95
PSU- 450vx- £45
ram- 2gb 6400 ram £28
motherboard- asus p5k - £66
dvd drive- £15
monitor- 24" acer- 220
ex110 keyboard - 16 quid
nice case say £60

comes to a grand total of £786

which is cheaper and better than then the 808 quid dell rubbish, which you can't customise! so Ha in your face!

And I would buy a better keyboard and mouse.


I'll happily give you an E8500 for a Q9450 if you think they are same ......:whistling:
#21
killie99
I'll happily give you an E8500 for a Q9450 if you think they are same ......:whistling:


Like i said the e8500 which be much better 90% of the time, and you can overclock the e8500 to 4ghz easily. and you can't overclock the q9450 can you, as dell has locked the bios. so 2.66ghz vs 4ghz. 90% of the time raw power is more imporant. If you were video editing, then you don't need a 8800gt. You could make a much cheaper video editing system for example the q6600, and overclock it to 3ghz on air. Therefore a q6600 which costs 120 quid will be much better than the dell q9450 on stock.

Depends what you want, if your gaming them a e8500/4000 will be better if you like to video edit, then a quad will be better. Either way you will be getting more from your system making your own pc.

I have no idea where you got 5-8%, some radom figure i guess? But a 3ghz q6600 for video editing or a e8500 at 4ghz will be much better than a q9450. And you got one of the best video cards, about 25% faster than the 8800gt.

q6600- £119.95 overclocked to 3ghz+ depending on the cooler, with the stock you can get 3ghz
4850- £117.49
hard drive 1tb- £89.95
PSU- 450vx- £45
ram- 2gb 6400 ram £28
motherboard- asus p5k - £66
dvd drive- £15
monitor- 24" acer- 220
ex110 keyboard - 16 quid
nice case say £30
vista -66

£813

Plus you can change every part, change the motherboard, when the new intel cpu's come out.
#22
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Vostro 400 Intel Core 2 Q6600 Quad-Core 2.40GHz[/SIZE][/FONT]
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Video: [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Video Card 256MB ATI Radeon HD 2600 XT [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]
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MISC:
[/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Internal Wireless PCI Card [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]English - Vostro 400 System Docs
(UK power cord)
[/SIZE][/FONT][FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Dell Quietkey Black Keyboard [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Mouse
Dell Wheel USB 2 Button Scroll Black [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]
Vista OnLine Getting Started Guide (WW [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Dell Welcome and Customisation [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]Assembley Mod [/SIZE][/FONT] [FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=-1]
Roxio Vista - Creator / MYDVD 9.0
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Something like that off the outlet would seem a lot better to me, though I'm not 100% sure anymore when it comes to graphics cards and the like... just a suggestion though.
I'm sure you could get it a lot cheaper in any case
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#23
any more ideas boys please?
#24
Nice :)

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