Intel i5 4570 Quad Core 3.2Ghz 8GB 1TB HD7970 3GB £584.99 @ the_pc_customiser ebay
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Intel i5 4570 Quad Core 3.2Ghz 8GB 1TB HD7970 3GB £584.99 @ the_pc_customiser ebay

£584.99
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Found 18th Nov 2013
Intel i5 4570 Quad Core 3.2Ghz Processor
8GB DDR3 1333Mhz RAM
AMD HD7970 3GB DDR5 Graphics Card
1TB SATA Hard Drive
DVD-RW Dual Layer Optical Disc Drive
MSI H81M-E33 uATX Motherboard (Full specifications of this board can be found here)
650W Power Supply
High Quality Vantage BLUE Desktop PC Gaming Case
Gigabit 10 / 100 / 1000 Ethernet Port
2 X ULTRA High Speed USB 3.0 Ports
4 X High Speed USB 2.0 Ports on Back Plus 2 On Front
8 Channel HD Audio
2 X SATA III 6GB/s Ports
2 X SATA II 3GB/s Ports
1 X PCI Express X16 Slot
1 X PCI Express X1 Slot
1 X PS/2 Port (For Keyboard / Mouse)
1 X DVI Port
1 X HDMI Port (With Audio Over HDMI Support)
2 X Mini Display Port
This PC Supports a Maximum Of 4 Monitors.
Supplied With UK Mains Power Cable
Supplied With All Relevant Driver Discs for Motherboard etc
PLEASE NOTE: An Operating System is not included with this PC.

seems a good deal for the specs.

4 Comments

The case looks awful and the PSU will be a fire hazard. It will be a very good system performance wise if the PSU is changed.
Edited by: "rikkif1990" 18th Nov 2013

If you don't have the confidence to build your own this looks like a very good deal, barring the aforementioned fire hazard.

If you know enough to recognise that this isn't a K model cpuu so you can't overclock, that the RAM and every other component will be the cheapest available and that this will almost certainly be loud and hot as hell, you should grow a pair and build your own!

As mentioned above, all of the parts in this PC will be stock/cheapest available. No mention of a brand for the RAM, graphics card or even the PSU says enough. 1333mhz RAM, no thanks. Cheap motherboard, no thanks, non-K version of the CPU... no thanks, horrible case, no thanks, Generic HDD, no thanks & that PSU, just no.

I mean this PC comes with no operating system & you will need to install one yourself, therefore if you have the knowledge to install... you have enough sense to BUILD a PC and stop funding these awful companies.


Never been easier to Build your own PC....loads advice on here about best parts/price and Google forums for further Advice
Youtube videos will cover most of the assembling part and manuals that come with the main parts are usually good these days
The £584 will fund a cracking PC
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