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Emachines_suck

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ok.. im looking for a pc, for gaming use. so i was wonderign what computers you can recomend me for at a maxinmum of £750. try to include keyboared moniter ext..

thanks is you can help

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sorry, don't know whats available across the pond. all I can give you is stuff in US dollars.
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Hi , i found this dell dimension 9150 and seems good for gaming have a look http://www1.euro.del...sdt1&l=en&s=bsd

hope you like it

Dont worry its in Pounds : ££££

lol

Edited by NvidiaDude, 05 November 2005 - 03:32 AM.

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hmmm... i was looking at some more extreme models, as get pretty serius gamer :tazz:

anyways, ive been looking at soem aleinwares, beasts, vicius gaming, and savrow. i think the beast is out of my range, but with a few tweaks, i could afoord the savrow and vicius, i could still fit the sli tech and 1gb memory in too. but the vicius is in 1000 usd, which is roughly £750 -800 dpending on the exchtange rate, or could go as low as £650. but then add shipping insurence, and shipping itself that should come to £200 alone, so in total thats gunan be £1000-£1200. but the savrow on the other hand, thats uk based and i can pick it up for free and mabey get £20 delivery. so in total the savrow will be about £750-£850 range. here you tell me which is best value for money :)

vicius pc http://www.viciouspc...ig_samurai.html

savrow http://www.savrow.co.uk/ - look for platnium GT2|SLI its on desktop solutions#

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Unfortunately the gaming PC market in the UK is still a niche market and Hardware vendors are reluctant to invest in such a niche market.

Have you tried looking at Mesh?
They have the x-treme range of gaming PCs.
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ill give it a look
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