New Destroyer. GTX 750 TI. Gaming pc £539  from dino PC
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New Destroyer. GTX 750 TI. Gaming pc £539 from dino PC

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Found 7th Apr 2014
List Price: £599.00
Price: £539.00 inc. VAT


Standard Specification:
CPU: NEW! Intel Core i5 4440
Operating System: Windows 8.1 (64-bit)
Motherboard: NEW! Gigabyte H81M-D2V
RAM: 8GB DDR3 1333mhz (1x8GB)
Hard Drive: 500GB S-ATAIII 6.0Gb/s
Optical Drive: 22x DVD±RW DL S-ATA
Graphics card: NEW! NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti 2GB
Sound card: Onboard 7.1 Audio
Case: NEW! Zalman Z3 Plus
PSU: 500W PSU
Warranty: 3 Year SureCare Warranty

-£59 if you don't want the operating system
Can customise to suit your budget.

Was looking for one last week and wish I saw this one.

Dino PC has very good reviews on trust pilot.

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Wish I saw this too, built a similar spec one (AMD and R9 graphics) for about the same price! Decent
hotukdeals.com/dea…904
This was posted on Sunday
£100 cheaper but needed an operating system..new CPU and a graphics card ??
http://i.imgur.com/tFkl7XZ.png

£500.27 for parts.

So you're paying £40 for them to build it and fix it throughout the 3 years - this isn't bad, but this never would have been £599, so if I were you I wouldn't give your money to a company who blatantly lies like that

http://i.imgur.com/zgFGnrN.png

This is worrying, since pretty much all of these parts are covered by a 2-3 year warranty. Having parts covered for only the first year makes it look like they will charge you to replace them after that, while they have them replaced with the manufacturer for free. Systems that charge a "build cost" of 100 usually include 3 years parts and labour. Again, doubt it ever would have been £599 and if it was, that is daylight robbery Avoid.


Edited by: "Naralie" 7th Apr 2014
Agreed, would rather build it yourself that way you get your pick of RAM and PSU. Warranty is nice but I'd rather take my chances and put the money towards a K variant i5. Much more future proof, just OC and it's good for well past its shelf life.
Keep in mind that commercial system builders predominantly use 'OEM' versions of components which, when bought in bulk, save them money and come with a limited one year warranty as standard, whereas we are usually buying full 'retail box' components from ebuyer and Amozon, etc, which come in boxes with all of the little extras, driver DVDs, instructions manuals, etc, and in some cases longer warranties.

But if there is a point to be made, here, it's surely that system builders should pass those savings on to their customers if they would rather not see people building their own rigs.
I voted Hot because I appreciate that, alas, not everyone wants to build their own and Dino are one of the better builders out there, in terms of allowing you to customise, allowing you to choose which components you want. Dell used to be much better at that than they are now, but even if Dell was as Dell of old, I can't remember Dell, or many of the present day ebay deals, allowing you to choose which power supply you want.
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