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Need help to buy a computer with an i5 processor


Ooscorpio911oO

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Hello everyone,

My name is Louis and I am looking for a desktop computer. I am looking for a desktop computer which could handle games and adobe programs. I want that computer to easily run new games like call of duty and film-editing programs like premiere pro cs5. The computer should have a large Memory - Hard Disk and good Graphics Card. I am also looking for a computer not higher than 1200£. Oh and of course the computer should have an Intel core i5 processor. If you could help me to find one that would be very nice of you.

Thanks for help, Cheers, Louis

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retep888™

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With so many PC manufacturers went belly up lately, I'd say go with the big boys, for example this Alienware gaming machine from Dell , offer ends today thou.

Add a monitor from ebuyer ,total price comes to a shade over your budget.

Not sure if those links above will work ,if not then please click below 2;

http://www.dell.com/uk/p/alienware-aurora-r3/pd?oc=d00asw13&model_id=alienware-aurora-r3

http://www.ebuyer.com/product/199638

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retep888™

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Yay, it worked.

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Ooscorpio911oO

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Thank you very much helped me a lot .. :)

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