ASUS K31BF Desktop PC £299.99 @ pc world
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ASUS K31BF Desktop PC £299.99 @ pc world

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Found 16th Dec 2015
Posted here before at a higher price I think - Anyone know anything about the graphics? Not sure about this but otherwise seems a good price.
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Lack of graphics marketing, cheap windows serving pc
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AMD rubbish.
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It's got an ok integrated graphics card. Fine for home use and light gaming
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Thanks for the comments so far - I'm only looking for a new PC for web browsing and MS office work. I also have the opportunity of a 10% discount at PC world which would bring the price down to £270. Unless anyone knows of a better deal I might go for it.
This is a good price for the specification. It'll cope with most common computing tasks admirably, but don't expect high end gaming performance.
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Amd a10 great five years ago no graphics card. Cold from me.
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Amd a10 great five years ago no graphics card. Cold from me.



It was only released last year...

@Rugger8: The A10-7800 et al. are reasonable. It's £55 worth of CPU* combined with fairly expensive integrated graphics. It's perfectly competent competition to Intel's £55 CPUs (Pentium G3450 etc.). If you can benefit from the faster integrated graphics it may be worth considering paying the extra but the trouble is that a separate graphics card is often more attractive.

*The A10-7850k is actually sold without the graphics as the 860k for that price.

With the 8GB of memory and 3TB hard drive it's not a bad deal if it's what you're after.

Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 16th Dec 2015
For an extra £20 you might want to consider this:

m.ebuyer.com/719672

They probably use a bog standard psu, but for general use it should last a while. They also do a 1tb version for £300 too.
I had an a10-7700 machine recently the graphics is on par with a gt730. AMD have on the marketing its beats an i3 with a gt730. However I think its pretty similar performance wise with standard ram (the benchmarks AMD use are with higher speed RAM which benefits the APU performance).
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