Help with a PC purchase.

  Blatant 09:00 02 Jul 11

I'm not the most tech savvy fellow around and I just want to know if this is a rip-ff. If any of these brands are super unreliable, or something. It feels too cheap to be true.

AMD Quad Core 3.2Ghz Desktop with GIGABYTE Motherboard, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 1TB SATA2 Hard Drive, 24X DVD Burner and Microsoft Windows 7 Home Premium 64bit

For 600 dollars.

  ICF 06:59 03 Jul 11

Not enough info.Model numbers and a link to the site would be helpful.

  Blatant 09:30 03 Jul 11

With the 8GB of ram it's actually closer to 700, the top one. link text

  ICF 09:58 03 Jul 11

What do you want to do with the PC?

The graphics card is poor!

As for value I live in the UK so it's hard to say.Here in the UK just a quick search on each item Graphics card,Memory,Hard drive,Case with Power supply,Processor,CD/DVD drive,Motherboard & window7 home premium 64bit comes to approx £412.

Possibly you could get it cheaper with a bit more searching.

Obviously with no return to base warranty

  Blatant 10:01 03 Jul 11

What about the one below it, the 850 dollar one?

  ICF 10:02 03 Jul 11

Just done a currency conversion $700 = £435 so good value.

  ICF 10:07 03 Jul 11

For graphic card gaming performance look HERE

  ICF 10:11 03 Jul 11

I have at the Nvidia GTX260 which plays all my games without problems. The ATI Radeon HD6670 1GB DDR5 is above that in the link above.

  Blatant 10:51 03 Jul 11

So is $850 a good value for the second one?

  ICF 13:17 03 Jul 11

Yes I would say £528 is a fair price

  Blatant 13:29 03 Jul 11

Alright. Next paycheck I'll swing by and see about getting that. Thanks for your help.

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