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10% off including gaming pc and some laptops at MESH computers

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Found 30th Mar
For those looking for pre build or someone to build it for them .
MESH has been doing it for a while and did some years ago use them with positive outcome
Good reviews also example




CS:GO Ryzen Gaming PC







Base specification



  • CiT Prism Black/RGB Window Midi Tower Case




  • 500W Aerocool Integrator 80+ Certified Power Supply




  • ASUS Prime A320M-K Micro-ATX Motherboard




  • AMD Ryzen™ 3-1200 Quad Core Processor (3.1GHz) 8MB Cache




  • 8GB 2400MHz DDR4 (1x8GB) - Major Brand




  • 2GB GeForce® GTX 1050 Graphics Card




  • 1TB SATA III 6GB/s 7200rpm 64MB Cache 8ms




  • Integrated 7.1 High Definition 8-Channel Audio




  • Integrated High Speed Cable/DSL/Network Connections Network Port




  • Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64 Bit




  • BullGuard™ Internet Security - 3 User, 1 Year - Gamer Mode




  • Lifetime Warranty - (Lifetime Labour,1 Year Parts,1 Month Collect & Return)
price 558
with voucher EASTER10 503.10
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Wow, they still around? Had a nice AMD XP2500 rig from them years ago. Bumped it from 1.8 to 3 GHz easily.
Edited by: "vaiopup" 30th Mar
vaiopup24 m ago

Wow, they still around? Had a nice AMD XP2500 rig from them years ago. …Wow, they still around? Had a nice AMD XP2500 rig from them years ago. Bumped it from 1.8 to 3 GHz easily.


that company was wound up by administrators, i remember it, werid
Wow that's a name I've not heard in a while.
My first every PC was a 'Mesh Elite' in 1995.
I bought it for £1300, and it had a blistering 133mhz cpu and 32mb of RAM!!
I had many a jealous friend

Even splashed out on a zip drive which could back up a whole 100mb!!
It's quite amazing how technology advances
Edited by: "Spiritjambo" 30th Mar
Spiritjambo28 m ago

Wow that's a name I've not heard in a while.My first every PC was a 'Mesh …Wow that's a name I've not heard in a while.My first every PC was a 'Mesh Elite' in 1995.I bought it for £1300, and it had a blistering 133mhz cpu and 32mb of RAM!! I had many a jealous friend Even splashed out on a zip drive which could back up a whole 100mb!! It's quite amazing how technology advances


Don't you mean 1985?
Didn't realise MESH still existed. Paid £1700 for a huge wide-screen laptop of theirs about 15 years ago
Like everyone I saw the name and went Wowwwwwww. However having read aberboy007 2nd post its more like hmmmm what have we got here.
Looks like there isn't many young people viewing this deal thus far.

Perhaps that explains the coldness? 😏
MESH and Time Computers...now that takes me back to CD-ROM and 250MB HDD with Windows 95 and nothing for under £1k! And the boxes of included software on their adverts made it seem all a bargain!!!
vaiopup9 h, 31 m ago

Don't you mean 1985?


No, that was the time of Apple Macs which as far as I remember were basically just black screens where you had to use command prompts!
Darthpeter1 h, 43 m ago

MESH and Time Computers...now that takes me back to CD-ROM and 250MB HDD …MESH and Time Computers...now that takes me back to CD-ROM and 250MB HDD with Windows 95 and nothing for under £1k! And the boxes of included software on their adverts made it seem all a bargain!!!


Yep. I would never buy any computer unless it came with 'MS Works'
Bring on the future!
Hmmm so one of those companies that go bankrupt, own tons of money then start it up again with a slightly different name. I'd avoid just for that reason...they'll inevitably go bankrupt again I image but I suppose as long as you get the goods and haven't paid for extended warranties it may not matter much. But I'd avoid scalliwags like this just out of principle. Seen it all before.

Cheeky sods showing '1987' under their name but failing to also mention 'bankrupt 2011'
Edited by: "spannerzone" 31st Mar
Darthpeter5 h, 42 m ago

MESH and Time Computers...now that takes me back to CD-ROM and 250MB HDD …MESH and Time Computers...now that takes me back to CD-ROM and 250MB HDD with Windows 95 and nothing for under £1k! And the boxes of included software on their adverts made it seem all a bargain!!!


Yup, I had my 20MB Time machine.
Hmmm, time machine...would be handy at HUKD.
Jerrelle9 h, 47 m ago

Looks like there isn't many young people viewing this deal thus far. …Looks like there isn't many young people viewing this deal thus far. Perhaps that explains the coldness? 😏


Maybe, just maybe, the coldness is the rather middling spec for £500 - it doesn’t seem that good value for money?

CIT case!
Aerocool Integrator PSU (do you value your components)!
No small SSD
Ok, it has a basic GPU
No monitor included either
Such major brand RAM they didn’t name it
Warranty - 1 month C&R which I assume means after that you ship back yourself at great expense
plewis001 h, 3 m ago

Maybe, just maybe, the coldness is the rather middling spec for £500 -


Even more so ....I picked up a rig yesterday , Brand New 3 years warranty with far superior spec`s for a whooping .............
£378 ................ Yes you read it correct .....£378 ......which included :
Intel Core i3-6100 (6th Generation)
Processor Base Frequency: 3.7GHz
1 stick 8GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2400MHz RAM
WD 1.0TB SATA 3.5" 7200rpm SATA3 Hard Drive 64MB - WD10EZEX
Optical Drive
DVD/RW
Windows 10 Home
ASUS H110M-R
GeForce GTX 1060 6GB OC Graphics Card, GDDR5
wifi
500 PSU
3 years warranty
Forgot to mention it all comes in a mid case which I am not a fan off.. but must be worth £30 odd..

You just got to know where to look..... well it was actually posted on HUKD so really not that difficult to find.
I will be chopping this up into parts. or I may just flip the lot , Add the 120GB SSD I got for £23 (HUKD Again) I reckon I would get close to double my money for a Healthy profit. But Knowing me....I will just cut this up .


Best Regards,
Edited by: "kevann" 31st Mar
kevann1 h, 46 m ago

Even more so ....I picked up a rig yesterday , Brand New 3 years warranty …Even more so ....I picked up a rig yesterday , Brand New 3 years warranty with far superior spec`s for a whooping .............£378 ................ Yes you read it correct .....£378 ......which included :Intel Core i3-6100 (6th Generation) Processor Base Frequency: 3.7GHz1 stick 8GB Kingston HyperX Fury 2400MHz RAMWD 1.0TB SATA 3.5" 7200rpm SATA3 Hard Drive 64MB - WD10EZEXOptical DriveDVD/RWWindows 10 HomeASUS H110M-RGeForce GTX 1060 6GB OC Graphics Card, GDDR5wifi500 PSU3 years warranty Forgot to mention it all comes in a mid case which I am not a fan off.. but must be worth £30 odd.. You just got to know where to look..... well it was actually posted on HUKD so really not that difficult to find. I will be chopping this up into parts. or I may just flip the lot , Add the 120GB SSD I got for £23 (HUKD Again) I reckon I would get close to double my money for a Healthy profit. But Knowing me....I will just cut this up .Best Regards,


I am one of those 'built it yourself' people but that's certainly a good find you had - though the CPU is obviously a weak point compared to the Mesh build. Was it an unbranded PSU?

Like you say, just need to know where to look.
plewis0059 m ago

I am one of those 'built it yourself' people but that's certainly a good …I am one of those 'built it yourself' people but that's certainly a good find you had - though the CPU is obviously a weak point compared to the Mesh build. Was it an unbranded PSU? Like you say, just need to know where to look.


I am waiting for it to come mate ....arriving 4th April I think, if no delays during the Easter bank holidays.
grabbed it from ebay (via a forum members post ) and took advantage of 15% discount which brought it down to £378
GPU alone is worth £250
Concerning the PSU ..I am sure it was a "half decent" manufacturer but not 100% sure of the make ...but I will be using my own anyway, I Got a spare Seasonic 650 PSU so will be using this for a build ,and maybe a few more bits and the rest will go into the scrap build which I will include a outdated 7950 GPU and flog that for my outlay back.... Well That`s the plan .......I may yet just keep it as a spare.most of the time I say I will sell ...etc...etc and then 4 years later....it is still here lol . I just hate getting ride sometimes even though it sometimes makes financial sense

I never normally buy a pre-build , but I just could not resist it , as it was such a Bargain. Much better to build your own..you are right!.
The last build I created was a Assus ROG rig for my son way back in 2013. I actually spent a small fortune on that , but the rig was a true Beast back then ,Think I paid upwards of £1700 for parts, maybe more , motherboard alone was £320 . I really enjoyed it though and it was 100% a Supreme build that oozed quality. it was that good ,he is still using it to this day even though it is now 5-yrs old .....it is still performing amazingly well.. I had just purchased him a new GPU for £270 from ebuyer as a extra for his birthday ......The Card I purchased just a few days ago was a zotac GTX 1060 6GB AMP! I did not get The latest GPU as they are ATM ridiculous price due to the miners. So I think you may now understand why I purchased that pre build...... I could just send the zotac back and get £270 , give my son the pre-build GPU (which is a beast at overclocking unlike the zotac) and win win........Still not sure if I will do this yet though.


Best Regards,
Edited by: "kevann" 31st Mar
kevann30 m ago

I am waiting for it to come mate ....arriving 4th April I think, if no …I am waiting for it to come mate ....arriving 4th April I think, if no delays during the Easter bank holidays.grabbed it from ebay (via a forum members post ) and took advantage of 15% discount which brought it down to £378 GPU alone is worth £250 Concerning the PSU ..I am sure it was a half decent manufacturer ...But I will be using my own anyway, I Got a spare Seasonic 650 PSU so will be using this for a build ,and maybe a few more bits and the rest will go into the scrap build which I will include a outdated 7950 GPU and flog that for my outlay back.... Well That`s the plan .......I may yet just keep it as a spare.most of the time I say I will sell ...etc...etc and then 4 years later....it is still here lol . I just hate getting ride sometimes even though it sometimes makes financial sense I never normally buy a pre-build , but I just could not resist it , as it was such a Bargain. Much better to build your own..you are right!.The last build I created was a Assus ROG rig for my son way back in 2013. I actually spent a small fortune on that , but the rig was a true Beast back then ,Think I paid upwards of £1700 for parts, maybe more , motherboard alone was £320 . I really enjoyed it though and it was 100% a Supreme build that oozed quality. it was that good ,he is still using it to this day even though it is now 5-yrs old .....it is still performing amazingly well.. I had just purchased him a new GPU for £270 from ebuyer as a extra for his birthday ......The Card I purchased just a few days ago was a zotac GTX 1060 6GB AMP! I did not get The latest GPU as they are ATM ridiculous price due to the miners. So I think you may now understand why I purchased that pre build...... I could just send the zotac back and get £270 , give my son the pre-build GPU (which is a beast at overclocking unlike the zotac) and win win........Still not sure if I will do this yet though.Best Regards,


Nice one! I didn't want to try that 15% eBay trick, lots of people were saying it could be risky and I do rely on my eBay account a lot. Have far too much computer gear anyway.

Yes, that GPU is worth a fair bit, might be falling soon though, have noticed AMD RX cards are back in stock at more reasonable prices now (probably the stock is trickling in and the mining market, while still strong, has largely flatlined for now).

Would be interested to hear how you get on so please report back!
plewis001 h, 5 m ago

Nice one! I didn't want to try that 15% eBay trick, lots of people were …Nice one! I didn't want to try that 15% eBay trick, lots of people were saying it could be risky and I do rely on my eBay account a lot. Have far too much computer gear anyway.Yes, that GPU is worth a fair bit, might be falling soon though, have noticed AMD RX cards are back in stock at more reasonable prices now (probably the stock is trickling in and the mining market, while still strong, has largely flatlined for now).Would be interested to hear how you get on so please report back!


Concerning the 15% eBay glitch..I got the missus to do it. she loves me. and she has family over the pond so should be OK.
I will let you know any updates mate if relevant. I think I will be returning the zotac and get my £270 refund .I belive you are correct with the market....I have also noticed slight movements in the downward £££ swing. Think prices and stock will only improve further for the average consumer. The AMD cards I feel are less desirable especially too miners , They seem to consume way more power than the GTX variants ATM so not too worried as GTX price dropping any time soon. I actually hope they do , So I would then pick my son up a 1080-Ti for a reasonable price and not at a 50% premium extortive price charged ATM.

Best Regards,
Edited by: "kevann" 31st Mar
Can't speak for this particular build, but I bought a custom rig from Mesh back in December. Very professional service, gave me an upgraded OS and everything has been running smooth since then. I'd definitely recommend them based on my experience.
PlayWearTalkRed1 h, 5 m ago

Can't speak for this particular build, but I bought a custom rig from Mesh …Can't speak for this particular build, but I bought a custom rig from Mesh back in December. Very professional service, gave me an upgraded OS and everything has been running smooth since then. I'd definitely recommend them based on my experience.


I am sure Mesh are probably fine. Many of these custom build companies have to compete on service and have to use off the shelf stuff not proprietary like HP and Dell do sometimes for fun...

I don’t think much of this build but if you want a good PC built for you any of these people are probably fine. I’ll echo that I thought Mesh went under years ago so that would put me off. I’d be looking at Novatech or PC Specalist if I wanted something now.
plewis0031st Mar

Would be interested to hear how you get on so please report back!


Hi mate , I received the PC today and I must say I am flabbergasted The GPU is the extreme overclock version and the PSU is a generic FSP 500watt This is a major leading generic brand and not some cheapo rubbish,
The GPU on its own could sell for £300 bar, as it is the GTX 1060 EXOC which was a really pleasant surprise, it has an even better performance Overclocking ability than the zotac , The ram is the HyperfuryX 1 stick 8G DDR4 version.Must be £70ish easily
They even sent me a keyboard and mouse . The wifi card is an Asus (Amazing Bonus also) which I could easily sell for £20 .
I am blown away by the specs of this system for a paltry £378. Absolute Bargain .I actually even like the PC case as it is a mid case and quite well made....It beats my expectations from the images I was looking at.as I wasn't a fan of at 1st.
I will be sending the zotac back and get my refund of £270 and give my son this Beast of a GTX 6G EXOC Version..
I will stick the spare R7950 Twin Frozr 3GD5/OC in this PC and use as a general dogs body .

Best Regards,
Edited by: "kevann" 4th Apr
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