Best priced decently powerful pc? tiny?

  soyabeans 14:47 29 Oct 2004
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Hey,

I've been looking for a new pc for ages and I think this Tiny deal is the best on the market at this price. I can't spend much more than a grand. Only problems are no 2 hard drives in a raid formation and no good sound card, but I think I'll just buy the audigy zs platinum seperately. Don't know much about the motherboard so any comments would be appriciated. Take a look and tell me what you think.

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Basic specs are the following though:

Processor - Intel® Pentium 4 3.4GHz HT Processor
Memory - 1024MB DDR RAM
Hard Disk - 200GB 7200 RPM Serial ATA
Optical 1 - Double Layer 16x Multiformat (+/-) DVD-Rewiter Drive
Optical 2 - 16x DVD-ROM Drive
Graphics - 256MB ATi Radeon 9800 Graphics
PC-TV System - Digital PC-TV System, Media Software and Remote Control
Front Panel - CoolerMaster Muskateer PC Monitoring System
Monitor - 19" TFT Flat Panel Monitor
Network - 10/100 Ethernet Port for Home Networking
Wi-Fi - 802.11g 54Meg Wi-Fi Wireless
Firewire - 1394 Firewire Port
Card Reader - Multi-Format Card Reader & Writer
Sound - 6 Channel Sound Onboard
Keyboard etc. - Wireless multimedia keyboard & mouse, 5.1 Speakers
Ports etc. - 1.44MB Floppy Drive, USB2.0 Ports x4, Parallel & Standard Ports
Case - Full ATX Tower Case with Upgrade Capacity (7 Drive Bays)
Motherboard - FIC P4M 800T Motherboard

Cheers.

  Forum Editor 16:27 29 Oct 2004

a PC with a specification like this for just over £1000 would have been an impossible dream.

It's a great computer by anyone's standards, and I hope you have a long and happy life together. The motherboard is from a well-known manufacturer, and has been Microsoft certified - you can read all about it if you
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