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Dell 3100c P4 3GHz 512DDR2 Upgrade from 15" to 19" TFT just £349 Or Less Delivered!
Dell 3100c P4 3GHz 512DDR2 Upgrade from 15" to 19" TFT just £349 Or Less Delivered!

Dell 3100c P4 3GHz 512DDR2 Upgrade from 15" to 19" TFT just £349 Or Less Delivered!

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This Dimension 3100c with 3GHz Pentium 4 processor, double memory and monitor upgrade from 15" to 19" TFT is just £349 including delivery... Buy through QuidCo to earn 4.5% or use the direct link opposite. Select 90 days collect and return option for the lowest price [still get 12 months warranty]...

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Intel® Pentium® 4 Processor 531 with HT technology (3.00GHz, 800MHz fsb, 1MB cache) * Windows® XP Home Edition * 512MB Dual Channel DDR2 533MHz [2x256] Memory * Dell Black Entry Quietkey USB Keyboard * Monitor Dell 19" Value Flat Panel (E196FP) * Video Card Integrated Intel® Graphics Media Accelerator 900 * 80GB 7200rpm SATA Hard Drive * Dell USB 2 Button Wheel Mouse * 48x/32x/48x/16x CDRW/DVD-ROM Combination Drive * Sound Cards Integrated 2.0 Channel High Definition Audio * Microsoft Application Software Microsoft® Works 8 * 90 Days Service * Adobe Reader Adobe Reader 6.0 * Promotions Hidden Option Class Reporting -256MB RAM FREE - Double Memory Promo * Promotions Hidden Option Class Free Monitor Upgrade from 15"FP to 19"FP

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really good value Ray for those that just want an everyday PC and not for gaming.

currychops

really good value Ray for those that just want an everyday PC and not for … really good value Ray for those that just want an everyday PC and not for gaming.



I agree currychops. It would be a good first PC for someone who's never had one before, and just want to get online to find more bargains!

if i wanted to use this pc for gaming as well, what would i need to upgrade?, how easy would it be to upgrade? and how much would it cost roughly?

Not sure you should be considering this model for gaming..if I recall correctly the case may have restrictions when it comes to fitting a graphics card and 512mb of memory will be restrictive.

I'll leave it to Mike T to advise you but I'd recommend you consider spending more on a 9150 or have a look on [url]www.pcnextday.co.uk[/url] who have quite reasonable prices for gaming PCs.

currychops

I'd recommend you consider spending more on a 9150 or have a look on … I'd recommend you consider spending more on a 9150 or have a look on [url]www.pcnextday.co.uk[/url] who have quite reasonable prices for gaming PCs.



Ordered their infamous laptop which swept the board in the recent Computer Shopper Test. Even though I was aware of the potential 4 week delay they took the money out of my account several days ago which I thought was quite cheeky given there's no estimated shipping date.

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buggzy, give this one a miss for gaming, take a look at either the cheapest 5150 or 9150 as entry level gaming pc's.
Serious gamers will need to spend a lot more than this to get their rig, the occasional gamer can get away with a 128MB ATI Radeon® X300 SE HyperMemory graphics card at a stretch or the 256meg version, 256MB ATI Radeon® X600 HyperMemory graphics card.

MBeeching

Ordered their infamous laptop which swept the board in the recent … Ordered their infamous laptop which swept the board in the recent Computer Shopper Test. Even though I was aware of the potential 4 week delay they took the money out of my account several days ago which I thought was quite cheeky given there's no estimated shipping date.



Yes I agree..shame on PCNEXTDAY for taking your money...I had a recent problem with them over the despatch of my order which they quickly sorted and refunded my postage charge...so I suggest you complain by email to their [email protected] ..you may be lucky!!!

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This now has a free upgrade to DVDRW for today only.

I think they advertised it in the Sunday papers with DVDRW when it had a combo on line so are offering it with dvdrw today to make amends
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