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DIY Bundle - Black Midi Tower Case, 500W 24+4pin PSU, AMD Athlon X2 7850 Dual Core, 2.8GHz, Xigmatek HDT-S963 3x Heat-pipe Fan CPU cooler, Gigabyte GA-M68M-S2P, 2 x 2GB Hynix, DDR2, 500 GB Seagate HDD, Sony 24x DVD+RW @ Scan (today only)
DIY Bundle -  Black Midi Tower Case, 500W 24+4pin PSU, AMD Athlon X2 7850 Dual Core, 2.8GHz, Xigmatek HDT-S963 3x Heat-pipe Fan CPU cooler, Gigabyte GA-M68M-S2P, 2 x 2GB Hynix, DDR2, 500 GB Seagate HDD, Sony 24x DVD+RW  @ Scan (today only)

DIY Bundle - Black Midi Tower Case, 500W 24+4pin PSU, AMD Athlon X2 7850 Dual Core, 2.8GHz, Xigmatek HDT-S963 3x Heat-pipe Fan CPU cooler, Gigabyte GA-M68M-S2P, 2 x 2GB Hynix, DDR2, 500 GB Seagate HDD, Sony 24x DVD+RW @ Scan (today only)

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Seems a reasonable price to me


AMD Athlon X2 7850 Combo

Xclio 6010 Black (Silver Alumin Front) Midi Tower Case w/o PSU Hi End
500W Ezcool PS-10 Silent, 80mm Fan, 24+4pin, ATX12 v2.03
AMD Athlon X2 7850 Black Edition AM2+, Kuma Core, Dual Core, 2.8GHz, 3MB Total Cache,, 95W, OEM
Xigmatek HDT-S963 3x Heat-pipe Direct Touch 775/K8/AM2/AM2+/939/740 92mm PWM Fan CPU cooler
Gigabyte GA-M68M-S2P, NF 7025, AM2/AM2+, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 1066/800, SATA 3Gb/s RAID, mATX, VGA
2 x 2GB Hynix, DDR2 PC2-6400 (800), 240 Pins, Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 6, Retail
500 GB Seagate ST3500418AS Barracuda 7200.12, SATA 3Gb/s, 7200rpm, 16MB Cache, 9.5 ms, NCQ
Sony AD-7260S-0B 24x DVD±R, 12xDVD±DL, DVD+RW x8/-RWx6 ,12xRAM SATA, Black, OEM


Is a bit further down the page under 'combos'

Free postage for AV Forums members, 16 pounds ish for non forum members

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Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums members, making a princely total of £213.82 delivered - would have been polite to mention that in your post OP - normal HUKD practice is to include delivery costs, not to mislead other HUKDers.

Direct link?

Original Poster

Ajibee

Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums … Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums members, making a princely total of £213.82 delivered - would have been polite to mention that in your post OP - normal HUKD practice is to include delivery costs, not to mislead other HUKDers.



Mislead seems a bit of a strong word.......... Have edited the op

Adam2050

Direct link?



Today only deals don't seem to direct link.

Probably best to Ctrl+F and search 'AMD Athlon X2 7850 Combo'

Click here for details of AV Forums delivery offer

Edited by: "sancho1983" 15th Nov 2010

good deal but the PSU needs to be replaced, the sooner the better.

Good price but how is this DIY, looks like everythings already there?!

Good deal but looks like it is expired

Ajibee

Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums … Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums members, making a princely total of £213.82 delivered - would have been polite to mention that in your post OP - normal HUKD practice is to include delivery costs, not to mislead other HUKDers.



Mislead? Not really.. It takes 1 min to get the discount - and available to all !!! Nobody should pay postage

benslatz

Good price but how is this DIY, looks like everythings already there?!



I'm guessing you get a box of bits and put it together yourself.
A bit like an Airfix kit for computamabobs X)

Need to factor in an OS
Either pay for Windows, or Ubuntu for free

Ajibee

Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums … Plus £16.43 postage (inc. vat) for everyone except qualifying AV Forums members, making a princely total of £213.82 delivered - would have been polite to mention that in your post OP - normal HUKD practice is to include delivery costs, not to mislead other HUKDers.



PMT much????

7777777

good deal but the PSU needs to be replaced, the sooner the better.


Why?

I've never used anything but a stock PSU and never had a single problem (touch wood).

This is the PSU >

scan.co.uk/pro…203

I presume it's being suggested that this is a cheap piece of crap. Personally I would want a better quality PSU, although it will run this build ok.

I remember the old E-Machines with their BestTec PSUs, which used to blow up and take out the motherboard and CPU. They must have kept quite a few computer shops in business with all the repairs needed.
Edited by: "fishmaster" 16th Nov 2010

gizmouk

Need to factor in an OSEither pay for Windows, or Ubuntu for free



And a graphics card I think?

Seems a good deal to me , and i would probably have gone for this , but having a new one delivered today. Just add graphics Card and O.S. and Awayy ....

moose109

And a graphics card I think?



It's got onboard graphics:
gigabyte.com/pro…270
It'll do the job fine, so long as folk don't want to play Battlefield BC2 or COD-BO at full bore.

Seperatly these components are £218.98 so only a small saving. Do scan build them up for you also or simply ship the components?

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Boxrick

Seperatly these components are £218.98 so only a small saving. Do scan … Seperatly these components are £218.98 so only a small saving. Do scan build them up for you also or simply ship the components?



A valid point, but 10- 15% isn't bad, and they're known to be compatible which might take the headache away for new/first time builders

I didn't go for it in the end, still wondering weather to get something like this or spend a bit more and build an i3 based system

are these easy to put together?

Not a great deal, for about the same money you could spec up and build a comparable system based on a AM3 motherboard and processor and have faster DDR3 memory. If I was going to build a system in this budget range I'd recommend spending about £50 more, you'll end up with a much better machine.

Not voted either way

obriendean

are these easy to put together?



Everything only plugs in one way and I'm sure there are guides online on building PCs
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