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Full refurbished DELL PC set with 19in screen - £89.99 @ eBay / intelliscope
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Full refurbished DELL PC set with 19in screen - £89.99 @ eBay / intelliscope

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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If you looking for a pc for your kid
This is perfect
Comes with everything
Pc tower
Screen
Keyboard and mouse
Speakers
WiFi dongle

Good speed with intel quad core processor
8gb Ram
120GB SSD , way better than normal hard drive
Windows 10
And pre installed software
With 12 months warranty

ntel Core 2 QUAD Q8300 @ 4 x 2.50GHz
8GB RAM
120GB SSD
DVD Drive
1 x Network Port (10/100/1000)
1 x VGA Port
8 x USB
2 x Audio Out
2 x Mic In
1 x Serial Port
1 x Parallel Port
1 x WiFi Dongle
1 x Brand new Keyboard and Mouse set
1 x Brand new speakers
1x 19” Widescreen monitor ( Make and model will vary, but will all be major brands)
All leads included
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Can it run crysis?
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at least give us the proper specs

Intel Core 2 QUAD Q8300 @ 4 x 2.50GHz
8GB RAM
120GB SSD
DVD Drive
1 x Network Port (10/100/1000)
1 x VGA Port
8 x USB
2 x Audio Out
2 x Mic In
1 x Serial Port

1 x Parallel Port
1 x WiFi Dongle

1 x Brand new Keyboard and Mouse set
1 x Brand new speakers
1x 19" Widescreen monitor ( Make and model will vary, but will all be major brands)
All leads included
Can it run crysis?
Any good for kids games or not?
Parallel port I might stick my Epson Stylus 600 into that if I can find it.
Nice one
I’ve added it to the description
Cheers
Any good for kids secondary school home work?
ssmomunro18/11/2019 20:42

Any good for kids secondary school home work?


It’s probably better than what the school have
It’s pretty good for web browsing
YouTube
Kids games
Netflix even though the screen is not HD
But it has open office
If you need Microsoft office you will need to buy that from eBay or else where
Thanks op! Brill price
These still do the basics what must need, and no need to send to land fill
out of stock
That's not a bad little setup for under £90, Core 2 Quad should be nippy enough for most things. Anyone worked out what Dell tower it is? And if you can fit a basic PCIe GPU in there as that would help with general speed - the integrated GPU isn't great with Windows 10.
What upgrades could you give this for better gaming experience, doesn't need to be top end.
R_S19/11/2019 10:27

What upgrades could you give this for better gaming experience, doesn't …What upgrades could you give this for better gaming experience, doesn't need to be top end.


I think i5 processor and a good graphic card
But the same guys sell ones for about 120 or Abit more I think
Thanks OP, I have ordered one. Perfect for my daughters use; school work, youtube, roblox, minecraft and netflix.
suleimanx19/11/2019 10:29

I think i5 processor and a good graphic cardBut the same guys sell ones …I think i5 processor and a good graphic cardBut the same guys sell ones for about 120 or Abit more I think


What kind of money are we talking? My daughter wants a PC for her birthday in January, thought about building her one but if that could be easily upgraded would be a better route, she's not big into gaming but would like her to have that option, it would be more for homework and music and watching videos.
suleimanx18/11/2019 20:47

It’s probably better than what the school have It’s pretty good for web bro …It’s probably better than what the school have It’s pretty good for web browsing YouTube Kids games Netflix even though the screen is not HDBut it has open office If you need Microsoft office you will need to buy that from eBay or else where


lots of schools give their pupils office365 for free - don't think it costs the schools anything either?
R_S19/11/2019 10:36

What kind of money are we talking? My daughter wants a PC for her birthday …What kind of money are we talking? My daughter wants a PC for her birthday in January, thought about building her one but if that could be easily upgraded would be a better route, she's not big into gaming but would like her to have that option, it would be more for homework and music and watching videos.


Depends what sort of games are you talking about
If you are talking about games equivalent to PlayStation 4 games then
You will need high top spec to play these games
But if you are talking like smaller games or online games then this will do fine

Or if you want better processor then get the below
rover.ebay.com/rov…898
suleimanx19/11/2019 10:59

Depends what sort of games are you talking about If you are talking about …Depends what sort of games are you talking about If you are talking about games equivalent to PlayStation 4 games then You will need high top spec to play these games But if you are talking like smaller games or online games then this will do fine Or if you want better processor then get the below https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.co.uk%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F143301175898


Games such as fortnite and star stable but asi say would rather she had the option to play more demanding games
R_S19/11/2019 11:04

Games such as fortnite and star stable but asi say would rather she had …Games such as fortnite and star stable but asi say would rather she had the option to play more demanding games


You can't play Fortnite on this. You'd need to put a graphics card in. It'd have to be a half-height graphics card with low power requirements.

amazon.co.uk/Gig…59P

This wouldn't be good enough for something like the new Call of Duty however. But there are thousands of games you could play with this spec.
R_S19/11/2019 11:04

Games such as fortnite and star stable but asi say would rather she had …Games such as fortnite and star stable but asi say would rather she had the option to play more demanding games


You will need something like this
Will cost around 189

rover.ebay.com/rov…372
Just got one for my father in law - only one left so be quick if you're interested
thebrowns9819/11/2019 12:17

Just got one for my father in law - only one left so be quick if you're …Just got one for my father in law - only one left so be quick if you're interested


They keep updating the stock level
That’s what happened yesterday
Looking for a good pc to play fortnite on for my grandson, will this guarantee a solo win?
Can anyone advise on any gaming pc deals including mouse etc recommended to be able to play fortnite and do homework etc?
suleimanx18/11/2019 20:47

It’s probably better than what the school have It’s pretty good for web bro …It’s probably better than what the school have It’s pretty good for web browsing YouTube Kids games Netflix even though the screen is not HDBut it has open office If you need Microsoft office you will need to buy that from eBay or else where


You all know that you can get free MS office if you have kids in school right?
termin8r19/11/2019 17:23

You all know that you can get free MS office if you have kids in school …You all know that you can get free MS office if you have kids in school right?


No I did not know
How so
suleimanx19/11/2019 17:23

No I did not know How so


My brother is in high school and gets office through his school. But it's not like the whole family can use it on their own computers also. He has to log in and it's tied to his school Microsoft account.
Edited by: "Solidcancer07" 19th Nov 2019
Have I missed something. The link quotes i5 processor and 256 SSD, but that is not what is in the specs above, is it?
I suspect this isn't anywhere near powerful enough to run Cities:Skylines, and if not then maybe somebody can point me in the direction of what would be required to adequately those games, with the DLC? I'm not really interested in any other games, just Cities: Skylines.

I'm sorry but I just find computers so confusing nowadays. Once upon a time I knew a lot and exactly what was what, but things have got beyond my ability to try and keep up!
how come it says 22" on the the picture advertising it, yet on the one above it says 19"
seasalt119/11/2019 18:31

how come it says 22" on the the picture advertising it, yet on the one …how come it says 22" on the the picture advertising it, yet on the one above it says 19"


Mate the pic and the title says 19in don’t know where u are looking
SWH00219/11/2019 18:05

Have I missed something. The link quotes i5 processor and 256 SSD, but …Have I missed something. The link quotes i5 processor and 256 SSD, but that is not what is in the specs above, is it?


U need to click on get deal not the links I posted to the other user
beckymad118/11/2019 20:34

Any good for kids games or not?


With no GPU it would be very poor, running any type of game, ANY besides the most basic would be a chore
before buying I would make 100% sure that the motherboard can have a gpu fitted, as a lot of these are cut down boards, where you can’t fit a GOU, if that’s the case this would only be good for work/schoolwork.
Edited by: "talkSpot" 19th Nov 2019
This item is out of stock
Phila419/11/2019 18:25

I suspect this isn't anywhere near powerful enough to run Cities:Skylines, …I suspect this isn't anywhere near powerful enough to run Cities:Skylines, and if not then maybe somebody can point me in the direction of what would be required to adequately those games, with the DLC? I'm not really interested in any other games, just Cities: Skylines.I'm sorry but I just find computers so confusing nowadays. Once upon a time I knew a lot and exactly what was what, but things have got beyond my ability to try and keep up!


Cities: Skylines can be a pretty demanding game - especially when your city gets large.
Essentially there are two factors to consider - the CPU and the GPU (graphics chip).
Most games are fairly light on the actual brain of the machine (the CPU) but lean heavily on the GPU as it handles all the textures and effects, shadows and other fancy stuff.
However, world building games like Cities:Skyline have to keep track of a lot of things: buildings, traffic, people etc. so they need the raw maths power of the CPU as well.

Three years ago, I specced a gaming laptop for a friend who just plays Skylines. It has this:-

CPU: Intel Core i5 6th gen (there’s a new generation every year. 2019 chips start their 4 digit model number with a 9) You’ll want an i5 though really.
GPU: Nvidia GTX 960 (although a GTX 970 would be better - you can pick them up cheap now) - also consider GTX1060, it’s replacement.
RAM: 12 Gb (although 8 will be more than fine)
talkSpot19/11/2019 19:03

With no GPU it would be very poor, running any type of game besides the …With no GPU it would be very poor, running any type of game besides the modt basic would be a chorebefore buying I would make 100% sure that the motherboard can have a gpu fitted, as a lot of these are cut down boards, where you can’t fit a motherboard, if that’s the case this would only be good for work/schoolwork.


Ok thank you
suleimanx19/11/2019 10:29

I think i5 processor and a good graphic cardBut the same guys sell ones …I think i5 processor and a good graphic cardBut the same guys sell ones for about 120 or Abit more I think


How are you going to upgrade this to an i5? If you're going to do that you might as well just buy something else you'll need a new CPU, motherboard, RAM, probably case and PSU too. You might be able to keep the SSD and monitor
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