Affordable Gaming PC

  Gamer555 20:05 25 Aug 07


Im looking to buy a new PC for mainly playing games on. My budget, at the absolute most is £800, including a monitor. I have seen one on Cougar Extreme which looks quite good. Here it is...

Intel Core 2 Duo E6750 2.66 GHz 4Mb Cache
2GB Kingston DDR 667
500GB SATA Hard Drive
Colors 550Watt Silent
320Mb Nvidia 8800GTS graphics card DX10
QC - ASUS P5N-ESLI 1333fsb-DDR800x4 SLI motherboard (Dual graphics)
18X DVD+/-RW (Samsung)
Floppy Drive - SILVER
19Inch Hanns.g. Multimedia TFT DVI
Microsoft remote keyboard & mouse wireless 3000
Creative Sound Blaster Live 7.1 Sound Card
Intergrated Monitor Speakers
Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premiem (OEM)
13 Month Warranty
Free Carriage

£807.80 inc VAT

Would this system be capable of playing the latest games fluently?

Does anyone have any other options from different websites that suit my budget?


  citadel 21:04 25 Aug 07

yes it will be very good.

  Gamer555 14:01 26 Aug 07


Anyone else???

  m0ng00se132 15:52 26 Aug 07

thats a brilliant set up, but why not wait until NOV/DEC when ATI & NVIDIA release their secon GEN DX10 cards?

  easyvibe 16:46 26 Aug 07

just got my system from cougar . excellent service from the word go and very helpfull a pleasure to deal with.

  Baz48 14:31 28 Aug 07

I recently baught a PC with a higher spec. than yours PC from Cougar, who I highly reccomend.

It should run most games but not nessesarily with maxed sliders. Mine still struggles with MSX Flightsim, but nothing is going to run this flat out.

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