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Scan Supersaver System E5500 CPU, 4Gb Ram, 1TB Hard Drive, Gigabyte Mobo, Case & Power supply £196.79
Scan Supersaver System E5500 CPU, 4Gb Ram, 1TB Hard Drive, Gigabyte Mobo, Case & Power supply £196.79

Scan Supersaver System E5500 CPU, 4Gb Ram, 1TB Hard Drive, Gigabyte Mobo, Case & Power supply £196.79

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Xclio 6010 Black (Silver Alumin Front) Midi Tower Case w/o PSU Hi End
500W Ezcool PS-10 Silent, 80mm Fan, 24+4pin, ATX12 v2.03
Intel Pentium Dual-Core, E5500, S775, Wolfdale, 2.80 GHz, 2MB Cache, 14x Core Ratio, 65W,
Gigabyte GA-G31M-ES2L iG31 Express, S775, PCI-E (x16), DDR2 1066(OC)/ 800 MHz, SATA II, Micro ATX
1TB Samsung HD103SJ Spinpoint F3, SATA 3Gb/s, 7200rpm, 32MB Cache, 8.9 ms, NCQ, OEM
2 x 2GB Hynix, DDR2 PC2-6400 (800), 240 Pins, Non-ECC Unbuffered, CAS 6, Retail

All for under £200. Click on the link and scroll down to the SuperSavers section to see the spec and look for Combos a little bit further down to click to buy.

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Is this for the entire guts of the PC, ie I would only need the monitor? sorry but not tech minded

i tried to order some goods & joined scan via avforums but the discount wasnt applied. what am i doing wrong? it was a vga cooler & 4 case fans totalling £22

montana78

i tried to order some goods & joined scan via avforums but the discount … i tried to order some goods & joined scan via avforums but the discount wasnt applied. what am i doing wrong? it was a vga cooler & 4 case fans totalling £22



Think minimum spend has gone up to £25

Nobull

Think minimum spend has gone up to £25



The minimum spend is before VAT too AFAIK.
Edited by: "Clifbel" 13th Jan 2011

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tinker15

Is this for the entire guts of the PC, ie I would only need the monitor? … Is this for the entire guts of the PC, ie I would only need the monitor? sorry but not tech minded



pretty much - you would need a monitor, keyboard, mouse and a dvd drive to have a complete system.

killie99

pretty much - you would need a monitor, keyboard, mouse and a dvd drive … pretty much - you would need a monitor, keyboard, mouse and a dvd drive to have a complete system.



Thank you

Clifbel

The minimum spend is before VAT too AFAIK.



AV Forums need to update their site in that case

Don't understand why they can't just throw in a £10 DVD RW drive into their systems on these deals. Quite a good deal. Voted hot.

Few things that would concern me. Firstly the PSU, 500w but not a decent brand and I'd be surprised if it was able to deliver anywhere near that amount of power. More like 400w in reality. DDR2 memory and fairly poor branded at that. Would rather spend a little more and get a dual/tri core AMD system with DDR3 RAM and better PSU.

Fine for just internet browsing I guess but remember it needs an optical drive.
Edited by: "shadow_boxer" 13th Jan 2011

tinker15

Thank you



And the O/S?

They probably don't throw in an optical drive as I don't imagine the margin is great on this bundle.
For under £200 it's a good 'starter' kit, crap PSU (but sufficient for the hardware) and the CPU is a bit weak but as a machine for the parents or similar it's not bad.

Lets face it, people wanting a ninja rig aren't going to be buying this are they?

May be an obvios statement but don't forget you'll need an Operating system also folks like Win 7.
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