Intel i5 7400 Gtx 1050 Ti 8gb ram windows 10 gaming pc - £569.99 @ Argos
355°Expired

Intel i5 7400 Gtx 1050 Ti 8gb ram windows 10 gaming pc - £569.99 @ Argos

£569.99Argos Deals
19
Found 14th Jan
The powerful Intel Core i5-7400 processor in the MEDION ERAZER P4406 D works at up to 3.5 GHz and thus delivers extremely high performance for games and other computer-intensive applications.

CPU and Memory:

Intel Core i5 quad core.7400.Processor speed 3GHz.8GB RAM.

Hard drive:

1TB HDD storage.

Graphics:

Dedicated graphics.Shared graphics.NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 ti with 4GB memory.

Interfaces and connectivity:

2 x USB 2.0 ports.1 x USB 3.0 port.Ethernet port.1 HDMI port.Bluetooth.

Operating system and software:

Microsoft Windows 10.
Community Updates

Groups

19 Comments
Decent
Can't see any stock anywhere. Shame.
Not bad. Would recommend selling the 1050ti and throwing a 1060 in there.
Would there be room for another GPU in the box?
OOS
Can't find any stock anywhere
Avatar
deleted1391139
expire this dog
typical argos ghost deal!
matt1391 h, 13 m ago

Not bad. Would recommend selling the 1050ti and throwing a 1060 in there.


Would recommend checking what power supply is in there before you consider upgrading anything on a pre-built.
Joshimitsu911 h, 4 m ago

Would recommend checking what power supply is in there before you consider …Would recommend checking what power supply is in there before you consider upgrading anything on a pre-built.


A quick google shows it's a 500W.
According to Argos they've sold 3 in the last 48 hours. Yet another Argos nodeal.
cjborman23 m ago

A quick google shows it's a 500W.


Branded? (I doubt)

If not I wouldn't trust increasing the power draw of any of the components.
Sorry
Collection is not available in any of our stores.
They have the 1060 version for £80 more, is that worth the extra?
scorcher1 h, 27 m ago

They have the 1060 version for £80 more, is that worth the extra?


Yes.
No deal here
Typical 'not available until it goes back to full price' argos (so called) deal.

Not sure about the apple argos app, but on android, you can add items you want to a wishlist and choose to be notified once the item drops in price. Items like this argos no deal, once added to the wishlist, typically become available (overnight!) once the so called 'offer' expires.

I live in the Midlands and try my postcode, my kid sisters (Leics), my bestie (South Tyneside), my old school friend (London), my cus (South Wales), in-laws (Yorks) but amazingly enough, more often than not, without success. Let's face it, if it's not available for delivery at £500+, it's not really going to be available in-store is it?!

Argos rant over!!
matt13916 h, 57 m ago

Not bad. Would recommend selling the 1050ti and throwing a 1060 in there.


Depends. If you only do 1080p gaming it might be pointless as the extra power for 1080p may not be worth it.

Completely worth it if you want to dabble into 1440p eventually, of course.
Still amazed how little specs have changed over last 2 years, in late 2015 you got I5 4460, 8gb, 256gb sdd, 1tb hdd, GTX 960, win 10 for £560 which is fine for 1080p gaming. Feeling like the value end of the market has been on pause for last two years. Suppose poor increase in graphics performance in this price range and weak pound don't help, but still don't have enough reason to upgrade yet. Waiting for 4k for £600.... Maybe 2019?
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text