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Eclipse Student System AMD Athlon 5000,2Gb,250Gb,DVD-RW - £164.44 +delivery
Eclipse Student System AMD Athlon 5000,2Gb,250Gb,DVD-RW - £164.44 +delivery

Eclipse Student System AMD Athlon 5000,2Gb,250Gb,DVD-RW - £164.44 +delivery

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This is a good price for this system. No operating system or monitor, but for a PC of this spec from a reputable company it's a very good deal. If you are upgrading and already have a monitor and operating system this is an excellent price.

Blurb:

Fully supports windows operating system.
AMD Athlon64 5000 Socket AM2 Dual Core Processor.
2048Mb DDR2 667Mhz PC5300 Memory Module.
250Gb SATAI/II Hard Drive.
DVD+/-R DVD Writer.
AM2 Micro ATX motherbaord with on-board VGA, Lan, and 5.1 channel audio.
Matching Keyboard, Mouse And Stereo Speakers.
High quality 437 Black / Silver mATX Case with 450W PSU.


AMD Athlon64 5000 Socket AM2 Dual Core Processor
Multi-tasking has become a way of life, but sometimes your PC just can't keep up with everything you want to do on it at the same time. The AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core processor enables true multitasking - taking computing to an all new level. Dual-Core technology is like having two processors working together, each one taking care of different applications. So now you can simultaneously burn a CD, check e-mail, edit a digital photo, and run your virus protection - all without slowing down your computer.

To protect your computer you've installed all the latest virus protection and firewall software. The result? Your PC is safer but slower. Upgrade to a computer powered by the AMD Athlon 64 X2 Dual-Core processor - now you can run protection programs in the background while a second runs the applications you want to work on - making computing fast again.



Item Code : SYS-ST-AD5000
Item : Eclipse Student System AMD Athlon 5000,2Gb,250Gb,DVD-RW
Brand/Model : Eclipse SYS-ST-AD5000
CPU Type : AMD Athlon 5000
Chipset :
FSB :
Memory Type : 2GB DDR2 667
Max. Memory : 4Gb
Optical Device : 18x DVD Writer
USB : USB2.0
No. of USB Ports : 6
Firewire : No
LAN : Yes
Sound : 5.1 Channel
PS/2 Ports : Mouse / Keyboard
Parallel :
Serial :
Infrared Port : No
Card Reader : No
Hard Drive Interface : SATA
AGP Slot Type : PCI-Express
5.25 Inch Bays : 2
Exposed 3.5 Inch Bays : 2
Internal 3.5 Inch Bays : 1
Colour : Black / Silver
Dimensions (wxhxd)-(mm) : 180 x 360 x 360
Specials Features 1 : 250GB SATAII Hard Drive
Specials Features 2 : Matching Keyboard, Mouse, Speakers
Weight (kg) : 40.00
Price : £139.95

4 Comments

I have bought lots of things from eclipse, but all components and blank media and no complaints. I usually recommend them for that. But personally I would not buy a PC there as I know lots of people who have problems from their purchases.

sylar;3512751

I have bought lots of things from eclipse, but all components and blank … I have bought lots of things from eclipse, but all components and blank media and no complaints. I usually recommend them for that. But personally I would not buy a PC there as I know lots of people who have problems from their purchases.



I have been on the look out for a base unit for a few weeks now and time is getting short, I looked at the eclipse site as it was recommended by a friend who bought a system and was very pleased but now you say this I am having second thoughts, the other company offering basically the same deal is Puterz Ltd, any idea about these.

Could get one from dell with an o/s and higher spec for this price (see MikeT's posts today).

sylar;3512751

I have bought lots of things from eclipse, but all components and blank … I have bought lots of things from eclipse, but all components and blank media and no complaints. I usually recommend them for that. But personally I would not buy a PC there as I know lots of people who have problems from their purchases.



Seeing as they are just down the road for me, I have bought a lot in the past too, (and waited for hours to get stuff returned also!) I can't remember the last time I did buy there though, as price wise, I can almost always beat them elsewhere now, unless I want it today, and the same applies to this.

Todays' Dell posts from Mike-T are better options for budget PCs
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