Overclockers PCs

  c_man 17:39 27 Dec 2010

I have decided to buy a PC and I have found one I think meets all my needs. its
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I'm hoping they will reduce the price a little in the new year, they did have £50 off a few weeks ago but i missed out!
It seems like a good quad core machine that'll perform better and for a cheaper price than a similiar i3 system.
However I couldnt help but notice
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for an extra £60. I just wanted to know how much of a difference this system would make for a)day to day tasks during the week (ms office, watching films etc) and gaming on weekends (I don't mind not having it on max settings), in both cases I was gona go for the 5770 graphics card or gts 450 depending on the system.
Any help would be really appreciated, greed is a terrible thing!
Happy Holidays!

  The Kestrel 17:54 27 Dec 2010

The PC in your second link has no graphics card fitted or Operating System, both of which will add to the advertised price considerably.

The PC in the first link does have a graphics card included, but no OS.

  c_man 18:17 27 Dec 2010

In both cases I was going to upgrade to home premium
and for the 1st link to the 5770 whilst for the cyborg to the 450, simply based on budget

  The Kestrel 19:57 27 Dec 2010

I'm not a gamer so can't comment on that side of either PCs performance, perhaps another gaming member may join the thread. For all the other things you wish to do, either PC would comfortably cope with them.

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