Gaming Computer AMD Bulldozer  3.3GHz FX6100 16GB ram ATi 7750 1TB WIFI PC Computer Tower-1 year warranty parts and labor - £375 @ CompsolComputers
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Gaming Computer AMD Bulldozer 3.3GHz FX6100 16GB ram ATi 7750 1TB WIFI PC Computer Tower-1 year warranty parts and labor - £375 @ CompsolComputers

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Found 9th Aug 2012
just orderd myself and i asked many other people on ebay and other sites if they can price match the specs and they carnt try yourself , is amazing price for specs

the man who sells this will offer upgrades at cheap prices gave me a hd 6870 for extra £30-40(depending on make)

or will update the fx 6100(6 core) into the high fx 8120(8 core for extra £30 - all can be negotiable on what part u want upgrading ,

free delivery and even comes with LED gaming case +free mouse+keyboard+card reader (5in 1) but no operating system but still awsome deal

take a look yourself i might of missed some extras


for £375 is unbelivable and just try and get someone to price match , they carnt ,



AMD Bulldozer 3.3 GHz 6 Core FX6100
16GB DDR3 RAM (16gb Max) - 1333MHz Fast Access Branded Ram
1 TB Sata III Hard Drive, 7200RPM, excellent performance and silent operation
DVDRW +/- DL, high quality DVD re-writeable drive, dual layer support, fast and reliable
High Performance Asus Motherboard featuring both USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 and good upgradability
ATi 7750 Gaming Graphics Video Card
Wireless 802.11 b/g/n ready for a fast and stable wireless internet connection
SPECIAL OFFER: Vantage gaming Style ATX Case, blue fans, card reader integrated, 700W quality PSU fitted, excellent style and qualit
**NB: If blue LED fans are not available then the case will be fitted with red LED fans**
USB Keyboard & Mouse provided!
Fast Ethernet Port 10/100/10000 for quick networking and internet speeds
High quality surround sound audio supported
No Software provided
No Monitor provided
Full 12 Months Parts & Labour Warranty RTB

EDIT - THE PSU is OCZ coreXstream PSU or the Storm 700W in these units -from ebayer


GRAPHICS CARD BENCH?MARK TEST IN RANKING ORDER OF TOP GPU's
videocardbenchmark.net/hig…tml

CPU RANKING BENCHMARK TEST in ranking order of TOP CPU's
cpubenchmark.net/hig…tml


SAME PC BUT WITH 2TB HDD UPGRADE FOR EXTRA £20 here
ebay.co.uk/itm…af1 -


for all u gamers out there , here is a vid with what to expect on this graphics card , pcper.com/rev…775

Took a few pics of my pc when it got here postimage.org/gal…34/
looks great , now just ogtta install win7 and give it a go



PLEASE READ HERE ==============================================
GET £15 cashback from amd , they are giving cashback for all bulldozer seriers cpu's from the 4-core=£10cb 6core=£15cb and the 8core=£20cb making this deal even better!!!
amd-promotions.com/pro…asp - protion end on 31st aug so dont miss out

427 Comments

Kroganwrex

That's actually a VERY good deal. How is he selling it so cheap?


No OS for a start.

would jasper carrot approve?

Good deal.

Original Poster

i asked why they selling soo cheap but he said he buys in bulk - as he might not have the part u want when upgrading i think the best deal will be as is , but he should still give u a great deal if u want upgrades ,
Edited by: "cozmic" 9th Aug 2012

How noisy is this system? It'll be on in the living room.

thats ridiculous - is it nicked? Did I miss this year's looting?

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iwo

How noisy is this system? It'll be on in the living room.


the graphics card is a 7750 and reviews say its quiet , next is the case fan , its called a quality gaming case and dont look to shabby , mine should be coming in wednesday/thursday ill let u know

Took a punt and ordered. Thanks op, I've been looking high and low for something to play DayZ on, among ther things ;-) Might have to disable those awful led lights though.

Windows 8 can be installed for free I believe...

Out of curiosity, what would the going rate be for this build everywhere else? In my haste to make sure I didn't miss out I didn't research anything other than the graphics card and processor, for about two minutes lol.

Edited by: "iwo" 9th Aug 2012

How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able to take an intel or Sli? Sorry I'm a noob.

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MadonnaProject

How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able … How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able to take an intel or Sli? Sorry I'm a noob.

it says it supports hybrid crossfire support , and allows cpu's with up to 140w , but someone with more computer know how should confirm this

MadonnaProject

How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able … How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able to take an intel or Sli? Sorry I'm a noob.



It gets pasted, the Bulldozer CPU's cant live with the i5 at anything, good price though you would struggle to build it for this but i should imaging it has a rubbish PSU and its a cheap case.

MadonnaProject

How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able … How does this processor stack upto i5 3570? Also is the motherboard able to take an intel or Sli? Sorry I'm a noob.


It probably has 2-3 PCI-E slots, but only one will be full speed. The others will be ~4x, making Xfire a bit pointless really.

Wow, what an amazing deal.

Seems like a decent price, they've got some i7 machines for those who get put off by the processor.

Off topic: Their "Customer comments" make me laugh

On one deal they say:
"I had to call the guys at Compsol to check the price, I was genuinely shocked at this spec with a new generation i7 CPU included, the rest of the parts used just made it an amazing deal, very pleased with my new purchase!"

whilst on another it's:
"I had to call the guys at Compsol to check the price, I was genuinely shocked at this spec with a new AMD 6 Core CPU included, the rest of the parts used just made it an amazing deal, very pleased with my new purchase!"

Sure it's just coincidentally word for word the same except the processor.

Gaming pc, that's why it has 16gb of RAM and a crap graphics card right?

mamboboy

It probably has 2-3 PCI-E slots, but only one will be full speed. The … It probably has 2-3 PCI-E slots, but only one will be full speed. The others will be ~4x, making Xfire a bit pointless really.



Err - no not really. Ideally 2 full 16x slots would be great but iirc all the tests into running with only one full speed as against 2 showed only a marginal drop in performance.

Price looks good for what you pay for you get a lot however- gpu isn't upto much, only way amd are shifting the cpu's is heavy discounting and as already mentioned I'd wager on the psu being cheap n cheerful and the case being utter carp. Will be interested to seeing some good photo's of it when it arrives.

The CPU will be quite a heavy bottleneck on this system unfortunately, can't even live up to previous gen i3's, about as good as a i3 550. As other people have mentioned don't expect a lot of leeway on upgrading it, the GPU is decent but would only manage medium settings on most new games.
Edited by: "lukec123" 9th Aug 2012

Original Poster

i can see alot of you comparing it to i7 and such , this is the best specs/cash ive seen , and if u have an extra few hundered got for a i3-i7 but for the money this will play all top games at a med-high on 720p-1080p - this is a gaming pc and for this its does quite well , look at above link for battlefeild 3 vid , shows smooth playing on aultra setting (best settings) but this is single player i think for multi might have to lower a little
Edited by: "cozmic" 9th Aug 2012

"700W quality PSU"

Somehow I highly doubt it.

This would be a better build but stick a 6850/6870 in instead, or up some of the other components for the £75 less than this one

eurogamer.net/art…-pc

COLD not intel

I don't think this CPU will meaningfully bottleneck any high-end GPU.

By that I mean you may find that a Radeon 6950 will deliver 100 FPS with this CPU with game X at 1080p, whilst the same GPU with a n I5 would deliver 120. It's more, but it's way beyond the point where it'll make any real-world difference.

This is a great price for a a well-specified, nicely-balanced PC.


Edit - If they could stick a 6850 in for the same price, then it'd be an even better deal.
Edited by: "Marekj" 9th Aug 2012

Original Poster

kharma45

"700W quality PSU"Somehow I highly doubt it.This would be a better build … "700W quality PSU"Somehow I highly doubt it.This would be a better build but stick a 6850/6870 in instead, or up some of the other components for the £75 less than this onehttp://www.eurogamer.net/articles/df-hardware-introducing-the-digital-foundry-pc



thats a great tutorial if u know how to manuly build a pc ,

I would suspect that this has stock fans (= noisy) an unbranded PSU (so 700w wont really be 700w), as previously pointed out no OS (which will have to be the 64 bit version) and unbranded cheap RAM, a cheap bottom of the line Mobo and low end Gfx Card.....but for a beginner its ok, just dont expect to play Diablo III/Skyrim/BF3 on ultra settings! (_;) (which my PC can )

Edited by: "rob_spencer" 9th Aug 2012

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rob_spencer

I would suspect that this has stock fans (= noisy) an unbranded PSU (so … I would suspect that this has stock fans (= noisy) an unbranded PSU (so 700w wont really be 700w), as previously pointed out no OS (which will have to be the 64 bit version)

i think they come with 2 extra fans fitted in the side , as above it says he will fit red led fans if no blue avail , but on the quality i cannot say ,

polly69

the Bulldozer CPU's cant live with the i5 at anything,



Not entirely true?

the psu will likely be made by ACE and have a red fan.. if this is so watch out, i have had both a 700w and a 600w recently go on me, one actually popping noises coming when it happend

do yourselves a favour people, avoid, this seems cheap because it is,
every day i see soooo many ebay computers going in skips as we tell people the cost of fault finding on so many rubbish parts would be beyond the value of their 10 month old machine and the sellers on ebay put every bs obstacle in the way of people claiming their legal rights ie a working machine they paid for..
read the distance selling regs and find an ebayer whos terms and conditions dont contravene them, then u have a company that arent crooks.

botvps

COLD not intel


Gotta agree with this.
The 6 and 8 core AMD are absolutely awful for gaming. and quad core intel processors are more efficient for video rendering.

AND have gone downhill recently.

However, for above average use, not including gaming, I have seen worse for that price

Id be concerned about the PSU, thats where these builds save.
The RAM is massive overkill, although it is dirt cheap these days.
Also AMD are so far off the pace these days its not even worth considering them against Intel for a proper gaming build.

Great for budget to last 1-2 years providing the PSU doesnt blow, but I wouldnt touch it.

pr2thej

Id be concerned about the PSU, thats where these builds save.The RAM is … Id be concerned about the PSU, thats where these builds save.The RAM is massive overkill, although it is dirt cheap these days.Also AMD are so far off the pace these days its not even worth considering them against Intel for a proper gaming build.Great for budget to last 1-2 years providing the PSU doesnt blow, but I wouldnt touch it.



Ram is also very likely unbranded and cheap low quality.

AMD FX6100 - £100
Rubbish AM3+ motherboard - £45
1TB 7200RPM HDD - £55
AMD HD7750 - £80
16GB DDR3 - £60
DVD drive - £15
Rubbish 700W PSU - £25
Rubbish case - £20

Total - £375

To be fair, it actually is a good price for the computer you're buying; you only have to look at the price of the components (he's effectively not charging you anything to build it.) It's however not a good quality computer. I would personally stay well away.

Edited by: "Shokz" 9th Aug 2012

Original Poster

pr2thej

Id be concerned about the PSU, thats where these builds save.The RAM is … Id be concerned about the PSU, thats where these builds save.The RAM is massive overkill, although it is dirt cheap these days.Also AMD are so far off the pace these days its not even worth considering them against Intel for a proper gaming build.Great for budget to last 1-2 years providing the PSU doesnt blow, but I wouldnt touch it.



its called a quality gaming psu , but i cannot be sure ill send him an email and ask about this, will edit main post when i find out brand/make

Original Poster

Shokz

AMD FX6100 - £100Rubbish AM3+ motherboard - £451TB 7200RPM HDD - £55AMD HD … AMD FX6100 - £100Rubbish AM3+ motherboard - £451TB 7200RPM HDD - £55AMD HD7750 - £8016GB DDR3 - £60DVD drive - £15Rubbish 700W PSU - £25Rubbish case - £20Total - £375To be fair, it actually is a good price for the computer you're buying (he's effectively not charging you anything to build it); you only have to look at the price of the components. It's however not a good quality computer. I would personally stay well away.



i think your forgetting a few things wifi card , usb mouse+keyboard,+2 extra side fans, u dont know if crappy psu , also courier fees + insurance

cozmic

its called a quality gaming psu , but i cannot be sure ill send him an … its called a quality gaming psu , but i cannot be sure ill send him an email and ask about this, will edit main post when i find out brand/make



I'll guarantee now it'll be rubbish for this money.

Looks like a CiT Vantage gaming case - £31 on Amazon without PSU, £50 with a 700W PSU. Cases have mixed reviews but there you go - that accounts for about £50 of the cost.

This PC would probably last as computer component do last quiet long, the only one that may not last is the PSU but thats quiet simple to change when it packs out

cozmic

i think your forgetting a few things wifi card , usb mouse+keyboard,+2 … i think your forgetting a few things wifi card , usb mouse+keyboard,+2 extra side fans, u dont know if crappy psu , also courier fees + insurance



if he doesn't state the brand of the PSU you can be sure its crap! worst thing to skimp money on yet most of these ebay builds usually do

I have the 7750 GPU in my PC.

It's not a high end card, but it plays most of the games I play on medium/high settings at 1080p and as the card is built on a 22nm process, it is an extremely efficient and cool running card. (I believe the maximum power consumption is around 55 watts).

Overall a pretty decent PC for the money but not something I would personally buy as I prefer to build my own.

Edited by: "derrycityboy" 9th Aug 2012

http://www.ebuyer.com/269072-asus-m5a78l-m-usb3-amd-socket-am3-8-channel-hd-audio-matx-motherboard-m5a78l-m-usb3?utm_source=google&utm_medium=products

MoBo is an Asus M5a78L m USB 3

It has USB 3 x2 but no Sata 6's

Not bad

botvps

COLD not intel



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