ZT Systems Affinity 7364Ma (Gaming PC) £779.28 @ Overstock - HotUKDeals
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My thoughts? Good deal of a metal gaming PC, greatly out-do's performance of a mac at the same price (hurts me so much to say that, typing on a mac myself). Not too sure on the Windows 7 OS though, bit of an XP fanboy here. Would be a great deal to anyone willing to wait the shipping time from America.

Can be greatly upgraded too, (MAX 16GB RAM, slots for 4+ Hard drives) Pimp my PC!

Comes with 2 year manufacturers warranty.

Tech Specs -
Processor: AMD Phenom II X4 Quad-Core Processor 945 (3.00GHz)
Chipset: AMD 760G+SB710
Memory: 6GB DDR3, 16GB MAX
Hard Drive: 1TB SATA
Optical Drive(s): 8X DVD?RW / Blu-ray player combo drive
Video graphics: ATI Radeon HD 5450 video card with 1GB VRAM, VGA/ DVI/HDMI ports, DX11 support
Network interface: 10/100/1000 Mb/s LAN
Sound: 8-channel high-definition audio CODEC with jack sensing
Expansion capabilities: Two PCI slots, one PCI Express x1, one PCI Express x16
Multimedia card reader: One front-panel, 19-inch multi-format media reader
Drive bays: Two 5.25-inch exposed, one 3.5-inch exposed, four 3.5-inch hidden
Input devices: ZT 104-key desktop keyboard and optical mouse
Ports: One PS/2 keyboard / mouse port, six Audio port, eight USB 2.0 ports (two front, six rear), one RJ45 LAN connector, one eSATA port, one DVI port, one HDMI port, one VGA port
Form factor/power supply: Mid-tower/ATX 12-volt 300-watt
Cooling: 90-mm fan
Dimensions: 13.9 inches high x7.1 inches wide x16.9 inches deep
Weight (unpacked): 30 pounds
Operating system: Genuine Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium, 64-bit
Model number: 7364Ma
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#1
if voted cold please state why
#2
very expensive for a gaming pc that doesnt even have a gfx card powerful enough for gaming.
#3
zurich
very expensive for a gaming pc that doesnt even have a gfx card powerful enough for gaming.


Agreed, the 5450 is pretty poor when it comes to any sort of gaming. It's ATI's bottom 5 series card, meant for media PC's and the like. An expensive PC for what it is.
banned#4
ridiculous price. voting cold. you'd be a fool to even touch this 'gaming' pc.
#5
Poor GFX card & power supply (most important component).

Cold
#6
With shipping cost and Duty/VAT, price is £808.28

They only calculate duty and VAT at £0.37 - any idea why this is so low? Is VAT not charged on imported computer equipment?
#7
voted cold as per the above reasons....

Also, worked out (roughly) last week that for approx the above price I could build myself a computer with:-

Phenom x6 CPU (2.8Ghz per core - upto 3.3Ghz with turbo)
gigabyte motherboard with 2 GPU slots (1*16 and 1*8) and onboard video HDMI etc (would get a better graphics card as and when needed or go crossfire)
1GB 5770 graphics card
4GB 1333Mhz RAM (would upgrade it as memory gets cheaper or I get richer)
800W modular PSU
Antec 902 case
1TB HDD
SATA DVD writer

but even with a blu-ray writer and HD webcam only comes to approx £870, so if you don't need either of those I make the price approx £710, so with a few sata cables and mouse and keyboard £740 even if you're fussy about wireless keyboard/mouse.
#8
this is the pc i bought from mesh last july for £700. i have this connected to my TV via the graphics card for immense gaming & cinematography package for the price

XGS PII Dragon (customised)

AMD Phenom™ II X4 955 Black Quad Core Processor AM3 (3.20GHz, 8MB Cache)
1GB ATi HD4870 Graphics accelerator DVI, DirectX 10.1 PCI Express 2
512MB Onboard ATI Radeon HD 3200 GPU - Hybrid CrossFireX Technology
8GB 800MHz Dual Channel DDR2 SDRAM - (4 x 2GB)
x2 500GB Serial ATA Hard Drive with 16MB Buffer (1TB Total)
x2 Samsung 22x Dual Layer DVD Writer Super Format +R/-R/RW/RAM
7.1 High Definition onboard sound card - for 8 Channel Cinema sound
PCIe Gigabit LAN controller featuring AI NET 2 - ASUS M4A78 Pro
12 USB 2.0 ports (8 ports at mid-board, 4 ports at back panel) - ASUS M4A78 Pro
Midi Tower XGS Gaming Chassis - Black / Black Mesh + 550W PSU
ASUS M4A78 Pro Hybrid CrossFireX Mainboard, AM2+/AM3 Phenom II- ATX
Windows Vista™ Home Premium SP1, 64-bit + Windows 7 Upgrade Option - English
1 Year Hardware Warranty - Return to Base Parts and Labour (UK Mainland only)

windows 7 gives an overall experience index of 5.9, this is due to the hdd, but all other hardware clocks up to 7.5:-

Processor AMD Phenom(tm) II X4 955 Processor 7.3
Memory (RAM) 8.00 GB 7.5
Graphics ATI Radeon HD 4800 Series 7.5
Gaming graphics 4091 MB Total available graphics memory 7.5
Primary hard disk 375GB Free (446GB Total) 5.9

(A computer with a base score of 6.0 or 7.0 has a faster hard disk, and can support high-end, graphics-intensive experiences, such as multiplayer and 3‑D gaming and recording and playback of HDTV content.)
#9
Very high price for not a lot of hardware tbh.

It simply CANNOT be classed as a gaming PC with a 5450 in it. You would be lucky to run any of the newest games on the lowest settings with that card. If it had a 5770 or higher it could be classed as a medium level gaming PC, but with a 5450, it's laughable to suggest its a gaming PC.

You could build it all yourself for probably £450-£500 then add a 5770 for another £125 and save yourself over £100.

If your looking for a gaming PC, don't even consider this.

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