Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC £560 @ Fresh Tech Solutions
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Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC £560 @ Fresh Tech Solutions

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Found 8th Jul 2015
Now just dropped in price even more you save £281

Perfect build and will play most new games at 60 fps great budget build

The Fractal design core series offers a unique combination of design, cooling performance and value for money. The Core 1000 has many features that usually is only seen in more expensive and bigger cases. It will support long graphics cards and also has vertical HDD mounting brackets. The front panel is easily removable and is pre-fitted with fan filters to ensure the machine stays clear of any dust particles.

The H81M-S2H supports Intel socket 1150 chipset. The Gigabyte 8 Series motherboard supports the latest 4th and 5th Generation Intel Core processors, bringing together a unique blend of features and technologies that offer the absolute ultimate platform for your next PC build. From high current capable power delivery, performance-enhancing caching technologies, exclusive high-end audio features, advanced networking and device charging, This motherboards are in a class of their own. Gigabyte Ultra Durable, with a range of features and component choices that provide record-breaking performance, cool and efficient operation and extended motherboard lifespan. 4K resolution is the next technological milestone in high-definition content delivery, utilizing approximately 4,000 pixels on the horizontal axis, more than four times today's standard HD pixel density. This motherboards provides native 4K support with integrated Intel HD Graphics via HDMI.

Delivery is £19.95
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127 Comments

Pretty sure you could build a better one for same price

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wozkeo

Pretty sure you could build a better one for same price

got a similar spec PC for cousin month or 2 back
From box.co.uk
Which was £599
I checked the prices of the parts then, and it was cheaper getting it there, then building it myself
And that PC didn't have a DVD rom

Not sure about the prices now, and can't be bothered to check
But wouldn't think prices changed that much, maybe ram got cheaper

wozkeo

Pretty sure you could build a better one for same price


This will apply to almost every gaming PC ever built. It is assumed that anybody looking to buy one of these is happy to pay the extra bit for the convenience of having it built for you, and the inclusion of a one-place warranty.

Evilcell

Comment got a similar spec PC for cousin month or 2 backFrom … Comment got a similar spec PC for cousin month or 2 backFrom box.co.ukWhich was £599I checked the prices of the parts then, and it was cheaper getting it there, then building it myselfAnd that PC didn't have a DVD romNot sure about the prices now, and can't be bothered to checkBut wouldn't think prices changed that much, maybe ram got cheaper



DVD ROM = £10.

anyone felt with this company before?

MARSemtee

anyone felt with this company before?

*delt

wozkeo

Pretty sure you could build a better one for same price


That used to be the case. Not so much these days.

wozkeo

Pretty sure you could build a better one for same price



Yep £530.49 uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/D…Xzy although this is choosing the cheapest part in all categories besides the case, gives a little wiggle room for perhaps an SSD instead of a HDD or a better quality PSU.

bob99999

integrated graphics!don't like the sound of that



I guess you missed the Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 4gb ?

Banned

phishwak

I guess you missed the Nvidia Geforce GTX 970 4gb ?



yep, seen cheaper though

Yeah I bought a PC from them recently. Very happy so far. Not had any issues and it was fast as anything. Was a higher spec though and replaced an 8 year old PC that needed a lot of attention that I didn't have time for.

Every time someone posts about a PC, people tell you it's cheaper to build yourself. Yes, it often is. I didn't have the time, or inclination to build another one myself. Paying a premium to have someone do it was fine for me, and will be next time as well.

Agreed, I personally self build but others would rather have the convenience of having it ready built a day more importantly having warranty on the whole product. Custom builds would require you to take apart the PC and return defective parts, a bit of a hassle.

MARSemtee

*delt



dealt

MARSemtee

*delt



dealt*

helllraiser

Agreed, I personally self build but others would rather have the … Agreed, I personally self build but others would rather have the convenience of having it ready built a day more importantly having warranty on the whole product. Custom builds would require you to take apart the PC and return defective parts, a bit of a hassle.



Also agreed. And as the price difference between pre-built and self-build is quite small now if you shop around, I prefer not to have to bother although I'm perfectly capable of doing so if I want to.

It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system and probably if you were wanting to use this as a gaming machine, you'd need at least two, dual booting. And why the h*** are the usb3 ports round the back? And what's the advantage of mounting the drives vertically. If these are the drive bays, it looks as if there's only space for two or maybe 4 if they are mounted two in each bay vertically?

http://www.fractal-design.com/media/836862a9-630f-4d01-bd07-a60aedc246f0

Edited by: "jasee" 9th Jul 2015

jasee

It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system … It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system and probably if you were wanting to use this as a gaming machine, you'd need at least two, dual booting.



Ah the joys of having an MSDN license.

Got this exact computer a month ago from them. Installed an SSD myself into it and works a dream. Would recommend.

I run witcher 3 on a 1440 monitor at 40-45 fps, if you want 60fps gaming guarnteed go for 1080 monitor

It's about right for the money - the parts on their own will cost you about £550 so £560 build/delivered is OK.

I take issue with the term "Gaming PC" as this is really a mid level spec machine, particularly that CPU and the motherboard (which is a really cheap+nasty one)..but it will run all current gen games OK (but just OK)

Not a bad price if you don't want the hassle of building one yourself but certainly not a huge saving by anyone's standards.

Case is basic but decent enough quality to put everything in, just finished a build with the exact one earlier this week. Don't expect any watercooling or even hydro coolers in the future as there's nowhere to put even a single 120mm radiator in the case without extensive modifications but then again you probably wouldn't in this price bracket.

Yes i order a PC (the one below) from them a few months back on Amazon. Very good delivery, very fast PC. Very happy with them.....amazon.co.uk/gp/…s00

Spud211

It's about right for the money - the parts on their own will cost you … It's about right for the money - the parts on their own will cost you about £550 so £560 build/delivered is OK.I take issue with the term "Gaming PC" as this is really a mid level spec machine, particularly that CPU and the motherboard (which is a really cheap+nasty one)..but it will run all current gen games OK (but just OK)



Most sellers who sell a PC as a gaming PC are just referring to the fact it has enough graphics grunt in the form of a suitable graphics card to be up to the job. A cheap nasty motherboard and PSU won't change the fact it will run games almost the same as a PC with top end motherboard and PSU.... And as long as the processor is not a bottleneck for the GPU that won't make any odds to the majority of users either.

jasee

It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system … It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system and probably if you were wanting to use this as a gaming machine, you'd need at least two, dual booting. And why the h*** are the usb3 ports round the back? And what's the advantage of mounting the drives vertically. If these are the drive bays, it looks as if there's only space for two or maybe 4 if they are mounted two in each bay vertically?



This is a standard mounting rack, the drives wouldn't be mounted vertically?

jasee

It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system … It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system and probably if you were wanting to use this as a gaming machine, you'd need at least two, dual booting. And why the h*** are the usb3 ports round the back? And what's the advantage of mounting the drives vertically. If these are the drive bays, it looks as if there's only space for two or maybe 4 if they are mounted two in each bay vertically?



The amount of users that dual boot is extremely small. That would be waaaaaay down the list of prerequisites for a pre build 'gaming' pc.

Even with SteamOS, if you already have Windows there's no need for it. Worst case scenario is that you configure the windows pc to boot straight to Big Picture.

Im pretty sure there is a version with SSD on this website

jasee

It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system … It's a real bind, not supplying at least one installed operating system and probably if you were wanting to use this as a gaming machine, you'd need at least two, dual booting. And why the h*** are the usb3 ports round the back? And what's the advantage of mounting the drives vertically. If these are the drive bays, it looks as if there's only space for two or maybe 4 if they are mounted two in each bay vertically?



Why the heck would you "need at least two" OS's?!?

not a bad build shame they cheaped out on the case. Needs more air flow and the PSU mounted at the top is amateurish. Also would need a SSD.
Edited by: "niglouguz1" 9th Jul 2015

is anyone allowed to tell me where to get a cheap OS from?

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R9Greaves

is anyone allowed to tell me where to get a cheap OS from?


Sorry that's classified

R9Greaves

is anyone allowed to tell me where to get a cheap OS from?


reddit.com/r/m…ap/

which OS?

niglouguz1

which OS?

Windows. 7 or 8 whichever would be cheaper!

32 bit or 64 bit???

niglouguz1

32 bit or 64 bit???

64 bit I think??

niglouguz1

which OS?


You can get W7 Home Premium N (doesn't have media player, but it can be installed manually) for $10 (~£7), which I believe would also qualify you for a free upgrade to W10.
Edited by: "matt101101" 9th Jul 2015

redflash

Yep £530.49 http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/DdDXzy although this is choosing … Yep £530.49 http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/DdDXzy although this is choosing the cheapest part in all categories besides the case, gives a little wiggle room for perhaps an SSD instead of a HDD or a better quality PSU.


are you sure for all of those retailers shipping is free ?

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niglouguz1

32 bit or 64 bit???

64-bit.

niglouguz1

32 bit or 64 bit???


64 bit, you need it for the system to be able to address all of the 8GB of RAM.

Quietus

This will apply to almost every gaming PC ever built. It is assumed that … This will apply to almost every gaming PC ever built. It is assumed that anybody looking to buy one of these is happy to pay the extra bit for the convenience of having it built for you, and the inclusion of a one-place warranty.



I agree. The last time I built a PC it involved messing about with MoBo jumpers and was a real ballache. I know it is a lot easier now and is just a case of buying compatible parts and fitting them together like lego but as you said I would rather pay the extra for the convenience and the warranty. Individual upgrade parts I will fit myself but don't have the time or patience to build a new system from scratch.
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