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    Default 900 quid to spend and i don't know what to buy ?

    Hi guys, I have 900 quid to spend on a new PC and i'm looking for the best deal, if any of you guys (or gals) could help me out i would be most grateful.

    Cheers.

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    checkout [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    p4 2gig+ mobo/chip/cpu/fan
    then buy a case, gfx card, soundcard,harddrive and build it

    else.. im sure somepeople will point u towards ready made pc's

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    Mesh make excellent computers and would recommend them to anyone..

    Check out these specs for an amazing price!!
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    AMD Athlon XP 2200+ Processor
    256Mb 266MHz High Performance PC2100 DDR
    120Gb ATA-133 (7200rpm) with 2Mb Buffer
    17" Digital Colour 0.27mm Dot Pitch (16" VIS)
    64Mb ATI Radeon 9000 - TV Out + DVI
    16x DVD-ROM (40x CD-ROM)
    CD Re-Writable (40x12x48)
    C-Media Soundblaster Compatible 6 channel
    Creative Labs 4 Point Surround FPS1600
    Internal 56Kbps voice/fax/data modem
    MESH 3 Year Warranty
    new - Lotus Smartsuite 9.7
    Standard Features
    £821 inc VAT

    For the £80 spare you could upgrade to 512 Meg DDR and get a colour printer thrown in as well!!!

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    AMD Athlon XP 2200+
    256Mb High Performance 266MHz PC2100 DDR
    80Gb Ultra Fast with 2Mb Buffer (7200rpm)
    19" Digital Colour 0.26mm Dot Pitch (18" VIS)
    64Mb ATI Radeon 9000 - TV Out + DVI
    16x DVD-ROM (40x CD-ROM)
    CD Re-Writable (40x12x48)
    Soundblaster Audigy + 1394 Firewire Port
    Creative Labs Inspire 5300 - 5 P Surround
    Internal 56Kbps voice/fax/data modem
    MESH 3 Year Warranty
    £939 inc VAT

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    i'd back that comment up. Mesh PC's are Sound as a Pound that I found on the Ground

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    you lucky hound

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    cheers guys, the one at £821 inc VAT sounds like a cracker, i'll check it out. Have any of you bought either of these systems?.

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    No I've had several mates buy systems from them (3) but they were all different systems.
    None of them have had any problems whatsoever and are all as pleased as punch with them.

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    I worked for a company that bought mesh PC's by the bucket load. I have 3 old mesh's at home and they all still run like a dream

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    We can match those prices dude, check out playstationmods.com m8, email for a quote on any PC stuff :-)
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    Hi Morph, I'm looking for the same system but without a monitor, 512Mb DDR RAM and Win XP Pro, what can you do for me?.

    Also, wots the best way to go about being a contributer, i fecking luv this forum man

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    Info about contributing [Only registered and activated users can see links. ]

    Check the warranty they offer at PS mods, i've heards there well dodgey J/K

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    Default BUILD your own! It's VERY easy!

    For £900 you could BUILD a VERY nice PC!! If you buy PC's ready built then your always gonna pay through the nose! But I must admit that MESH PC's are reasonably priced considering the quality components they use!

    BUT for that sort of money I would not even consider buying a PC that does not have.

    a) SAMSUNG PC2700 CAS-2.5 DDR RAM at LEAST 512Mb (VERY fast DDR)
    b) 120Gb Western Digital 8Mb CATCH Cavier Hard drive (The fastest IDE Hd to date)
    c) TOP of the range GeForce 4 (or better still Radeon 9700PRO 128MB)
    d) SoundBlaster Audigy Player
    e) A fat 19Inch 0.25mm Hansol Monitor
    f) Award winning mobo

    If you do decide to build your own which is without a question of doubt the best way too get the MOST for your money, then I would recommend [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] as they seem to be the cheapest about.

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    I've got a Ford Escort turbo diesel , you can have that for £900 m8 .

    Urban

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    get 90 lapdances - years worth of wanking material

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    Have a look here:
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    Steve.

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    wots the better graphics card:

    128MB GeForce4 Ti4200 AGP or 64MB DDR GeForce3 Ti200 AGP


    cheers.

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    i can't believe it to so long before dudes like urbanmiffs and aidanjpadden to say something like that, cheers guys .

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    hehe, no problem mate

    the ti4200 is the faster card but it's also more expensive..

    in the end it's your call.

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