(B-Grade) 3000 Athlon and Motherboard Bundle £37.98 Delivered @ Maplin
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(B-Grade) 3000 Athlon and Motherboard Bundle £37.98 Delivered @ Maplin

£34.99
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Found 20th Mar 2008
3000 Athlon Processor and Motherboard Bundle

AMD Athlon 3000 processor
Socket 754 processor
ECS GS7610 motherboard
Includes heatsink and fan
Onboard integrated graphics supporting up to 128MB
AMD64 Hypertransport technology
Supports dual-channel DDR 266/333/400 up to 2GB
6-channel audio
10/100 LAN for for ultra-fast networking and broadband
Expansion slots: 1 x PCI-E X 16, 2 x PCI slots
2 x SATA ports, RAID 0 and RAID 1
2x IDE port for 4 x Ultra DMA133 devices
4 x USB 2.0 ports

8 Comments

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I paid over £100 for a similar set up last year.

I'm OK putting a PC together and have done most things exept fitting a processor... Or indeed removing one.

It's the only thing putting me off this as £35 would possibly mean a lot less than buying a couple of gigs RAM for my current set up (DDR).

ThunderBolt;1753788

I'm OK putting a PC together and have done most things exept fitting a … I'm OK putting a PC together and have done most things exept fitting a processor... Or indeed removing one.It's the only thing putting me off this as £35 would possibly mean a lot less than buying a couple of gigs RAM for my current set up (DDR).



Don't these bundles usually come with processor already fitted?

Remember this takes DDR1 ram which is a lot more expensive than DDR2, i wouldn't recommend this unless you got some already and just wanna build a low spec pc.

Nice little deal... as long as they have 1year warranty.

I have one ]Dell Precision 410 (Pentium 2 @ 400MHz).

I have 2 Hard drives both IDE & one DVD. Would it fit into the casing. I can buy a new memory for this. Just thinking any way I can upgrade this. At the moment I use this for windows server 2003 for my test/learning purposes.

xXx;1757067

I have one ]Dell Precision 410 (Pentium 2 @ 400MHz). Would it fit into … I have one ]Dell Precision 410 (Pentium 2 @ 400MHz). Would it fit into the casing.



It's a dell and dell are well known for switching things around sneakily. At one point they were using power supplies with connectors that looked normal but had the leads switched so they'd blow up if plugged into a normal motherboard. I don't know whether your system is standard or not though.
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