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Zoostorm Delta Tower Desktop PC Intel Core i5 No Operating System.ebuyer for £299.99
Zoostorm Delta Tower Desktop PC Intel Core i5 No Operating System.ebuyer for £299.99

Zoostorm Delta Tower Desktop PC Intel Core i5 No Operating System.ebuyer for £299.99

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Processor
Intel Core i5-4460 Processor
Processor Base Frequency: 3.2GHz
Max Turbo Frequency:3.4 GHz
Cache: 6MB Cache
Memory
8GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM
Supports up to 16GB
2 x DIMM sockets (1 used)
Hard Drive
3TB SATA 3.5" 5400rpm HDD
Optical Drive
DVD/RW
Software
No Operating System
Microsoft Office not included
Hardware
USB Keyboard & Mouse
Chipset
Intel® H81 Chipset
Display
N/A
Graphics
Intel® HD Graphics
Audio
High Definition Audio, 7.1 channel*
Networking
Realtek 10/100/1000 LAN
Power Supply
250 watts
Dimensions
Height: 360mm
Width: 175mm
Depth: 400mm
Interfaces
1 x PS/2 Keyboard Port
1 x PS/2 Mouse Port
1 x D-Sub VGA Port
1 x DVI-D Port
2 x USB 2.0 (front)
2 x USB 3.0 (rear)
2 x USB 2.0 Port (rear)
1 x RJ-45 Port
3 x Audio Jacks
Expansion
1 x PCI-e x 16 Slot
1 x PCI-e x 1 Slots
2 x 3.5" Internal Bays (1 used)
2 x 5.25" External Bays (1 used)
Case
mATX Case
Warranty
1 Year Collect and Return

16 Comments

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine

Some of us already own a retail copy of windows so for me its a good deal because im not paying for an OS I don't need. Heat added!

cuslund

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a … Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine



​Quite simple, I have many operating systems on corporate licences so I could choose what to put on, this also makes it a lot cheaper, but mind you with this tower I would be suspicious of the fact the mb only supports 16gb all new mbs support upto 32 so might be an old system

Stick a 1050 in this and you have a relatively cheap PC that will play a lot of games very well.

westy125

​Quite simple, I have many operating systems on corporate licences so I c … ​Quite simple, I have many operating systems on corporate licences so I could choose what to put on, this also makes it a lot cheaper, but mind you with this tower I would be suspicious of the fact the mb only supports 16gb all new mbs support upto 32 so might be an old system



It shows it as being a 4460, so Haswell refresh. I would presume it's a H97 mATX, still a solid platform.

Danze1984

It shows it as being a 4460, so Haswell refresh. I would presume it's a … It shows it as being a 4460, so Haswell refresh. I would presume it's a H97 mATX, still a solid platform.



I could be wrong but i thought the refresh chips were the unlocked 'K' series?

I have i5 4460 refresh how do you check of you can overclock it

How would I put windows on this? Is it a case of buy a disc and install?

cuslund

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a … Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine


No, thats not a good analogy.

cuslund

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a … Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine



​Install it yourself. Many places to grab a cheap copy of Windows or just run an instance of Linux for free.

Danze1984

It shows it as being a 4460, so Haswell refresh. I would presume it's a … It shows it as being a 4460, so Haswell refresh. I would presume it's a H97 mATX, still a solid platform.



Hmmm, with only 2 DIMM slots, I'd say it's more likely to be a H81 (entry-level) than a H97 (mid-range).

Ah! Looking again at the description, it says:

"
Intel® H81 Chipset
"

dt_matthews

No, thats not a good analogy.



​I agree. I think a better analogy is to drive a fast car without the driver...which of course we can have autonomous driving as the weakest point is the driver itself. The proverbial 'engine' is more the CPU

yanick

Hmmm, with only 2 DIMM slots, I'd say it's more likely to be a H81 … Hmmm, with only 2 DIMM slots, I'd say it's more likely to be a H81 (entry-level) than a H97 (mid-range).Ah! Looking again at the description, it says:"Intel® H81 Chipset "


Good spot, I didn't read down that far.

cuslund

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a … Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine



Very flawed analogy. In computing the engine of a PC is always regarded as the CPU, which this clearly has. Still I would say not including a OS does limit the audience somewhat.

It's not a bad deal but IMHO massively inferior to the Tesco eBay deal yesterday (long gone now, they only had a few) which included the i7 4790 (top end Haswell), the same 8GB this has, an admittedly smaller 1TB HDD, but as they are about the easiest part to upgrade it hardly matters, and crucially Windows 8.1 so you have an OS and could probably upgrade to 10 for free via the assistive technologies upgrade path.....
Edited by: "ST3123" 27th Oct 2016

cuslund

Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a … Whats the point of a PC with no os, never understand that, its like a ferrari with no engine



Because there are plenty of people out there who would rather chew their own fingers off rather than ever have to use the abortion that is windows and therefore resent being taxed every time they buy a computer that they are immediately going to wipe and put a proper OS onto

250 watt PSU... no chance
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