MEDION AKOYA PC P5372 G Intel i7 4790 2TB Hard Drive 256gb SSD  £729 (was £799)
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MEDION AKOYA PC P5372 G Intel i7 4790 2TB Hard Drive 256gb SSD £729 (was £799)

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Found 9th Dec 2014
Cracking deal, sign up for the Medion newsletter and get a £10 discount code, I just ordered one, with shipping of a reasonable £6.95, comes in at a total of 725.95.

Technical details

CPU: Intel® Core™ i7-4790 processor
Operating system (OEM version):

Windows 8.1
Clock Frequency: 3.6GHz
Memory size: 8GB
Total RAM slots: 2
Used RAM slots: 2
Hard disk capacity: 2TB
SSD Capacity: 256GB
Graphic:

NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750 Ti DirectX®11 graphics with 2,048 MB GDDR5 memory, digital HDMI audio/video output, D-Sub VGA and DVI-D.
Optical drives:

Multi-standard DVD/CD burner**
with DVD-RAM and dual-layer support
Sound:

8-channel high-definition audio***
Miscellaneous:
4-in-1 multi-card reader for MS, SD, MMC and xD memory cards (memory cards not supplied)
Keyboard and mouse
Connections

Connections:

Front:
2 x USB 3.0
1 x mic in
1 x audio out
4-in-1 multi-card reader
Rear:
4x USB 2.0
4 x USB 3.0
1x LAN (RJ45)
1x HDMI
1x D-Sub VGA
1x DVI-D
Audio:
1 x front line out
1 x rear speaker out
1 x side surround speaker out
1 x center / subwoofer out
1 x line in
1 x SPDIF optical out
LAN:

Gigabit LAN network controller (10/100/1000 Mbit/s) on board
WLAN:

W-LAN b/ g/ n

Software (OEM Versions)

Software:
Windows 8.1
Windows® Essentials
Free trial version of Office 365
A 30-day trial version of Office 365 is pre-installed on this PC for new customers. Buy Microsoft Office to activate the full functionality of the Office software after the trial expires.
McAfee LiveSafe – free 30-day trial version pre-installed.
Your data. Your identity. All your devices. Completely protected by McAfee LiveSafe. After 30 days, you must purchase a licence if you want to continue using the software.



In the box

In the box:

PC, keyboard & mouse, mains cable, warranty booklet

Standard information

Dimensions: 185 x 380 x 430 (WxHxD)
Weight: approx. 9 kg

12 Comments

i7 chip and ssd...hot

750ti




... just lol ...
edit : just incase your wondering what they have skimped on ...
Edited by: "dealsdealsdeal" 9th Dec 2014

dealsdealsdeal

750ti ... just lol ...edit : just incase your wondering what they have … 750ti ... just lol ...edit : just incase your wondering what they have skimped on ...



2gb dedicated graphics card?? ddr5 memory, I don't think that is where they've scrimped.

Building yourself, would be a better option these parts at best cost £550

Costs about £550 - £650 depending on the deals you get on parts...


Edit:
Actually add another £60 to the cost, this PC comes with a 2TB drive which makes it a much better deal, OP you should add that to the description.
Edited by: "Tamtamtam" 9th Dec 2014

wanchip

2gb dedicated graphics card?? ddr5 memory, I don't think that is where … 2gb dedicated graphics card?? ddr5 memory, I don't think that is where they've scrimped.



Having a combo of an i7 4790 and a GTX750 ti is like having a 600hp car with trolley wheels on it.

A more balanced set up the vendor could have used would be a i5 and a GTX760.

If you are building yourself for this price you can go i5 and GTX 970 which will massively out perform this computer.

Original Poster

I've done a few mods to pc's in the past but never built one (may get round to it someday), I don't doubt you can get the components cheaper, I think you'd be really hard pushed to find anything at this price built, I have a Medion pc already, so another attraction for me was the hot swap "hddrive 2 go", as well as the build/parts quality.
Re. the graphics card
techradar.com/rev…iew
I did check this out and for me (I'm not a gamer) it's perfectly suitable, 4 1/2 out of 5 from Tech Radar can't be too bad and it doesn't draw a great deal of power.

Original Poster




Edit:
Actually add another £60 to the cost, this PC comes with a 2TB drive which makes it a much better deal, OP you should add that to the description.
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thanks TamTamTam it's already in the description, I can't understand why this is so cold, I nearly plumped for this three days ago when it was £799, glad I waited, lol.
Edited by: "BJandthebear" 9th Dec 2014

BJandthebear

I've done a few mods to pc's in the past but never built one (may get … I've done a few mods to pc's in the past but never built one (may get round to it someday), I don't doubt you can get the components cheaper, I think you'd be really hard pushed to find anything at this price built, I have a Medion pc already, so another attraction for me was the hot swap "hddrive 2 go", as well as the build/parts quality. Re. the graphics card http://www.techradar.com/reviews/pc-mac/pc-components/graphics-cards/nvidia-geforce-gtx-750-ti-1225593/review#nullI did check this out and for me (I'm not a gamer) it's perfectly suitable, 4 1/2 out of 5 from Tech Radar can't be too bad and it doesn't draw a great deal of power.



If your not going to game on it then don't bother with a graphics card.

There is confusion with the pricing because the OP has listed the HDD as 2GB when its 2TB and due to that people are missing out the fact it has one at all, myself included.

As a gaming machine its poorly balanced with too expensive processor and too weak graphics card.

BJandthebear

thanks TamTamTam it's already in the description, I can't understand why … thanks TamTamTam it's already in the description, I can't understand why this is so cold, I nearly plumped for this three days ago when it was £799, glad I waited, lol.



Its listed at 2GB, change it to 2TB. Honest mistake, people are skimming the specs seeing 2GB and assuming there is no HDD in the machine.

Original Poster




[quote=Tamtamtam][quote=wanchip] [quote=dealsdealsdeal] 750ti




Having a combo of an i7 4790 and a GTX750 ti is like having a 600hp car with trolley wheels on it.

Lol, don't think it's quite as bad as that, if I was a gamer, I'd have went for the 4790K but with mobo, psu, coolers and uprated RAM, this would have been well over a grand.

Original Poster

Tamtamtam

Its listed at 2GB, change it to 2TB. Honest mistake, people are skimming … Its listed at 2GB, change it to 2TB. Honest mistake, people are skimming the specs seeing 2GB and assuming there is no HDD in the machine.



Whoops, I copied and pasted this from Medion website....****, hope it is a mistake, lol.
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