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Asus PC i5-6400 4GB memory 500GB disk Win7 Professional mini tower desktop £271.35 @ BT Shop (£3.49 del)
Asus PC i5-6400 4GB memory 500GB disk Win7 Professional mini tower desktop £271.35 @ BT Shop (£3.49 del)

Asus PC i5-6400 4GB memory 500GB disk Win7 Professional mini tower desktop £271.35 @ BT Shop (£3.49 del)

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Good price for a new, branded i5-6400 mini tower desktop from a well known seller.
I know the PSU will be low power but it's a decent starting point for under £300

Summary

Product DescriptionASUS D320MT - Core i5 6400 - 4 GB - 500 GB
TypePersonal computer - mini tower
Processor1 x Intel Core i5 (6th Gen) 6400 ( Quad-Core )
RAM4 GB (installed) / 32 GB (max) - DDR4 SDRAM - 2133 MHz
Storage ControllerSATA ( SATA 6Gb/s )
Hard Drive1 x 500 GB - SATA 6Gb/s
Optical StorageDVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM
Graphics ControllerIntel HD Graphics 530
Audio Output7.1 channel surround
NetworkingGigE
OS ProvidedWindows 7 Professional
Dimensions (WxDxH)18 cm x 39.35 cm x 36.4 cm
Weight8.6 kg
Environmental StandardsENERGY STAR Qualified

Detail

General
TypePersonal computer
Product Form FactorMini tower
ColourBlack
Processor / Chipset
CPUIntel Core i5 (6th Gen) 6400
Number of CoresQuad-Core
CPU Qty1
Max CPU Qty1
Chipset TypeIntel H110 Express
RAM
Installed Size4 GB / 32 GB (max)
TechnologyDDR4 SDRAM
Memory Speed2133 MHz
Form FactorDIMM 288-pin
Hard Drive
TypeHDD
Capacity1 x 500 GB
Interface TypeSATA 6Gb/s
Spindle Speed7200 rpm
Storage Controller
Type1 x SATA
Controller Interface TypeSATA 6Gb/s
Channel Qty4
Optical Storage
TypeDVD±RW (±R DL) / DVD-RAM
Monitor
Monitor TypeNone.
Graphics Controller
Graphics ProcessorIntel HD Graphics 530
Video InterfacesVGA, DVI, DisplayPort
Audio Output
Sound Output Mode7.1 channel surround
Compliant StandardsHigh Definition Audio
Networking
Ethernet ControllerIntel I219V
Data Link ProtocolEthernet, Fast Ethernet, Gigabit Ethernet
Expansion / Connectivity
BaysInternal 3.5" , External 5.25"
Slots1 (total) / 0 (free) x CPU , 1 PCIe x16 , 1 PCIe x1 , 2 DIMM 288-pin
Interfaces1 x headphones - mini-jack ( 1 in front ) , 2 x microphone - mini-jack ( 1 front, 1 rear ) , 4 x USB 3.0 ( 2 front, 2 rear ) , 2 x USB 2.0 , 1 x LAN (Gigabit Ethernet) , 1 x HDMI output , 1 x VGA , 1 x audio line-in - mini-jack , 1 x audio line-out - mini-jack , 1 x serial , 1 x DisplayPort , 1 x PS/2 mouse , 1 x PS/2 keyboard
Miscellaneous
Theft/Intrusion ProtectionSecurity lock slot (cable lock sold separately), padlock loop
Compliant StandardsUL, BSMI, CB, CCC, FCC, CECP, RCM
Power
Device TypePower supply
Power Provided350 Watt
80 PLUS Certification80 PLUS Bronze
Operating System / Software
OS ProvidedWindows 8.1 Pro
Environmental Standards
ENERGY STAR QualifiedYes
Dimensions & Weight
Width18 cm
Depth39.35 cm
Height36.4 cm
Weight8.6 kg

26 Comments

CPU alone is worth around £170
Not sure the rest of the hardware is worth £100 though.
It comes with Windows 8.1 pro which I believe is not upgradeable to 10 anymore.

Original Poster

The details are a little confusing as in the detail it lists as Win7 Pro but with an upgrade path to Win8.1

My guess is it will be supplied with 7 and 10
Or 8.1 and 10 . If not though and people want 10 it can still be got free via the accessibility work around so not a big risk IMO. with that PSU should be able to power a 460 quite reasonably too I'd wager.

good deal, just chuck in an SSD and it's a winner.

Im loving Windows PCs these days,especially now that we have SSDs, unless you're gaming you can buy a PC now that will be useable many many years down the line and they cost peanuts. Its just not worth building one yourself these days with the deals that are about.

pc5020

Im loving Windows PCs these days,especially now that we have SSDs, unless … Im loving Windows PCs these days,especially now that we have SSDs, unless you're gaming you can buy a PC now that will be useable many many years down the line and they cost peanuts. Its just not worth building one yourself these days with the deals that are about.



​agree

DevilzGtr

CPU alone is worth around £170Not sure the rest of the hardware is worth … CPU alone is worth around £170Not sure the rest of the hardware is worth £100 though.It comes with Windows 8.1 pro which I believe is not upgradeable to 10 anymore.



upgrade for free via my link

350w 80+ bronze psu not too bad for pre built :O
Edited by: "crse2008" 11th Aug 2016

Anyone know would a RX 460 fit in this? I know it'd need a PSU upgrade also but just curious.

DevilzGtr

CPU alone is worth around £170Not sure the rest of the hardware is worth … CPU alone is worth around £170Not sure the rest of the hardware is worth £100 though.It comes with Windows 8.1 pro which I believe is not upgradeable to 10 anymore.



It is, you can either use the Accessibility upgrade or fresh install Windows 10 and roll the clock back a month. I know that's insane and Microsoft shouldn't let it activate like that, but for now it does work!

ciaranmcw92

Anyone know would a RX 460 fit in this? I know it'd need a PSU upgrade … Anyone know would a RX 460 fit in this? I know it'd need a PSU upgrade also but just curious.



GTX 950 would be the sensible purchase it uses up to 90W and the RX 460 uses up to 75W, the 950 having better GPU performance in non Vulkan API supporting games, which is just about every game give or take 3.

would a GTX970 be too much for this machine?

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shrimp3r

would a GTX970 be too much for this machine?




Yes it would. Upgrade to a 500W psu and you'll be fine.

Banned

ciaranmcw92

Anyone know would a RX 460 fit in this? I know it'd need a PSU upgrade … Anyone know would a RX 460 fit in this? I know it'd need a PSU upgrade also but just curious.




You wouldn't need a psu upgrade tbh. A 460 or nvidia 950 or 960 would be my choice though

fishmaster

It is, you can either use the Accessibility upgrade or fresh install … It is, you can either use the Accessibility upgrade or fresh install Windows 10 and roll the clock back a month. I know that's insane and Microsoft shouldn't let it activate like that, but for now it does work!



Turn back the clock!
Lol. That is mad. But that's Microsoft for you.

could you put a nvidia 1060 in this and instantly have a vr ready pc?

fishmaster

It is, you can either use the Accessibility upgrade or fresh install … It is, you can either use the Accessibility upgrade or fresh install Windows 10 and roll the clock back a month. I know that's insane and Microsoft shouldn't let it activate like that, but for now it does work!



insane man!

fishmaster

GTX 950 would be the sensible purchase it uses up to 90W and the RX 460 … GTX 950 would be the sensible purchase it uses up to 90W and the RX 460 uses up to 75W, the 950 having better GPU performance in non Vulkan API supporting games, which is just about every game give or take 3.



​vulkan and dx12 are future APIs and th
e 950 is not better than the 460. it trades blows in dx11

How this deal compares to DELL Vostro 3900 i5-4460?

Original Poster

#deliveryman, just make sure its a mini tower....Vostro can be micro or desktop chassis

"Product out of stock. Due date unavailable."?
#kevinbrook13, I mean hotukdeals.com/dea…685

Still shows "Product out of stock. Due date unavailable."

Any similar deals to this kicking about atm?. Need one now and its OOS

Well due to an over zealous fraud check, my dad ended up with two. Ones just been refused delivery so watch for it coming back in stock.

I'm looking for a desktop pc with a high end i5 (6600k) or preferably i7 (6700k), at least 16gb of ddr4 ram, but no need for a dedicated gpu at all. Does anybody know of a good option? Everything I find has a GPU bundled or is an unknown manufacturer.

Ordered days back. Order was accepted but now been told bt will be cancelling. Waste of time
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