Is it possible to buy a PC for about £500?

  Nick Name no Name 22:11 26 Feb 2003
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I am not sure if this is a Forum question, but I am interested in buying a new PC but I do not have a phenomenal sum of money.
Is it possible to buy a PC for around £500?
It must have a CD RW, and Audigy sound card.
Is this too ambitious???


Very grateful for any sensible advice

Thank you all in advance.

Nick Name

  User-312386 22:13 26 Feb 2003

yes there isclick here

you can make your own system up as well

just add the components you need or dont need

  1dave2 22:41 26 Feb 2003

I bought my computer, which is a fast machine, from click here This is an auction and i got it for £400

  BeeWee 22:48 26 Feb 2003

just got a pc built with this spec...local firm

AsusA7S333 Mainboard AMD Athlon 2.2XP Processor AMD Approved CPU Cooler 256MB DDRAM 80GB UDMA Hard Disk Drive DVD-ROM Drive 48x12x40 CD-RW Drive 3D Stereo Audio & Mains Powered Speakers 6 channels creative audigy card Gforce4 graphics card - 64MB 56K AMR Modem 10/100 RJ45 Network Card PS/2 Mouse & Keyboard ATX Tower Case c/w 3.5" Floppy Drive Base Unit 6USB ports
Cost £500 (Including VAT)

  hodder 23:07 26 Feb 2003

I built my own machine for approx £300, this is comprised of ECS k7s5a mobo, 256Mb DDR Ram, Athlon 1600xp cpu, 40Gb HDD,52xCd-Rom, Full midi tower, 350PSU. I already had a Monitor, Keyboard, Scanner, Printer and Mouse. I have also
upgraded to a SoundBlaster 5.1 Sound Card.

  kane_2002k 23:42 26 Feb 2003

in that case no not worth using that much of the budget on a soundblaster audigy, otherwise sure.

  Nick Name no Name 22:52 27 Feb 2003

I would like to thank all the Forum members for their kind help regarding buying a PC for around £500.
Regards
Nick Name

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