Need a PC top Spec, core i7, full hd monitor etc.. £700-750

    Hi I need a desktop PC top Spec, core i7, full hd monitor etc.. £700-750

    Im looking it to have:
    Windows 7
    core i5/i7
    4gb ram
    1tb harddrive
    good graphics card
    Firewire port
    full HD monitor
    I need it for video editing & dont want to have to upgrade for a lot of years!!!

    Ive seen a few dell's one was perfect but didnt have a firewire port!
    The XPS was over my price of £700-750 with no monitor!!

    I have helped others on there so please help me back!!!

    Thanks Phil:D


    Have a look in here you may find a decent deal


    Have a look in here you may find a decent deal

    they are over priced


    This seems to fit the bill, it's just shy of £790 including delivery but I've included a 24" Iiyama Prolite HD monitor (you can pay less and get the LG 22" but for the little extra....), a firewire port is standard spec and you'll need to customise the base spec to get this :

    System Base Price: £ 467.23
    Intel® Core™ i5 750 Quad Core Processor (2.66GHz, 8MB Cache) - LGA1156
    Microsoft® Windows® 7 Home Premium pre-installed
    Stylish Mini-Tower Micro ATX Chassis with 300W PSU - Piano Black
    ASUS P7P55-M Mainboard - Intel Core™ i5 / i7 - LGA 1156 / Micro ATX
    4GB 1333MHz Dual Channel DDR3 SDRAM - (2x2GB)
    1TB Serial ATA 2 Hard Drive with 32MB Buffer [upg £ 25.53]
    22x Dual Layer DVD Writer Super Format +R/-R/RW/RAM
    1GB ATI Radeon HD5450 Graphics Accelerator GDDR3 [upg £ 13.62]
    24" Iiyama **Special Offer** Full HD Monitor - Prolite E2407HDSD [upg £ 143.83]
    7.1 High Definition onboard sound card - for 8 Channel Cinema sound
    1 Year Return to Base Hardware Warranty - inc 3 Months Free Collect & Return…820

    Well if you have found Dell one that suit your needs just buy a PCI firewire card, they cost like £10.

    Another thing to note is if the software you are using is GPU render enabled or if the next generation is. If so you may want to push some money towards a suitable graphics card. Seems Nvidia seems to be pushing this more than ATI.
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