Triple Core AMD Phenom™ 8750 X3 Board Bundle + ATI HD4650 1GB + Call of Duty Modern Warfare Game & Free delivery £149.99 at MAPLIN
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Triple Core AMD Phenom™ 8750 X3 Board Bundle + ATI HD4650 1GB + Call of Duty Modern Warfare Game & Free delivery £149.99 at MAPLIN

£139.99
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Found 12th Dec 2010
Just found voucher codee for £10 off orders over £130 aswell making it £139.99

Code = secret10

Extreme performance gaming bundle
PC Upgrade kit with CPU, Board, Graphics
AMD Phenom™ 8750 X3 Triple Core CPU
XFX ATI Radeon HD4650 1GB O/C Graphics Card
Sapphire RS740G2 ATI motherboard with performance cooling fan
AMD 740G + SB600 Chipset
320 Stream Processors
PCI Express 2.0
DirectX 10.1 Support
ATI PowerPlay™ Technology
6 Channel Integrated High Definition audio
10/100 Ethernet for fast networking and broadband
2 x DDR II Dimm slots supporting up to 8GB memory 1066/800/667/533 Dual Channel
Expansion slots: 1 x PCI-E X16, 2 x PCI, 1 x PCI-EX1 slots
4 x SATA II RAID, 4 x USB 2.0
Includes Call of Duty Modern Warfare Game

6 Comments

Looks like a good deal

Original Poster

Thanks guv my link doesnt seem to be working!

TBH it looks a good deal and they also have cheap MSI all in one touch pnale computers for £299
Edited by: "koalauk" 12th Dec 2010

not a bad deal, but all a bit old hat really. 'Extreme performance gaming bundle' it aint!

Original Poster

I agree this is not an extreme gaming package but not everyone uses a pc for gaming. But for someone wanting a fast computer which can handle just about everything else very cheap

Few details for those interested:

The Sapphire RS740G2 motherboard is based on the AMD 740G chipset so is only PCI-Express 1.1 not 2.0 as stated. The 740G chipset is for all intents and purposes a rebadged 690G.
The 8750 x3 CPU runs at 2.4ghz.
The graphics card pictured is not the one you'll be getting as they have used the picture of an AGP card.

As others have stated the components are somewhat long in the tooth now and only the graphics card is still sold anywhere.
Unless you have some DDR2 memory kicking around you'd be better off getting a motherboard that takes DDR3 as it is currently much cheaper.

Not voting hot or cold. Would vote "meh" if I could
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