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Zoostorm (Intel Core i5-3330 3.0GHz Processor, 8GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, GT630 Graphics, Windows 8 Pro/Windows 7 Pro) £357.55 @ Amazon
Zoostorm (Intel Core i5-3330 3.0GHz Processor, 8GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, GT630 Graphics, Windows 8 Pro/Windows 7 Pro) £357.55 @ Amazon

Zoostorm (Intel Core i5-3330 3.0GHz Processor, 8GB DDR3, 500GB HDD, GT630 Graphics, Windows 8 Pro/Windows 7 Pro) £357.55 @ Amazon

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£60 cheaper than elsewhere (see comments)

Not the usual Zoostorm cheap home PC.

Intel Core i5-3330 3.0 GHz processor with 6 MB cache
500 GB SATA hard drive
8 GB memory and comes with Windows 8 downgraded to Windows 7 Professional operating system

One-year next business day on-site warranty

5 Comments

Seems reasonable for the spec, it is a previous generation i5 but that doesn't matter. Cold votes from those that just vote most deals cold it seems. (I'm pretty sure there's a number of members who cold vote everything that is more than £1.00)

My q6600 still going strong with 5850 graphic.

Good deal for the money. Thanks OP.

spannerzone

Seems reasonable for the spec, it is a previous generation i5 but that … Seems reasonable for the spec, it is a previous generation i5 but that doesn't matter. Cold votes from those that just vote most deals cold it seems. (I'm pretty sure there's a number of members who cold vote everything that is more than £1.00)

I'm pretty sure there's a bunch of muppets who vote anything cold if it's not something they would personally be interested in. There's probably also a few troll voters who vote everything cold. I'd like to see the voting system revised so that you aren't allowed to vote cold if you haven't posted a deal in the past month (one that hasn't been spammed). That would also help to discourage people from creating multiple logins just to vote their own deals hot.
Edited by: "Spod" 26th Dec 2014

Details are too vague for me. What speed is ram? What motherboard are they using?

Also i5 3330 is 1155 pin. This is not a Haswell chip?? (Haswell are 1150 pin) Looks like an old Sandy Bridge CPU. So a big firm cold vote from me.

Comparing Haswell vs Sandy bridge.

Haswell gives a 6% jump. More importantly 1150 pin chip can use the Broadwell chips that are coming out soon for Desktop. Why buy a mchine that is 2 years old before you have even bought it. For £40 or so more I would get the Haswell.

I would sooner have an i3 haswell than this.
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