Approximate Purchase Date: Well, now but if anybody thinks I should wait I definitely could. Budget Range: £600-£750 System Usage from Most to Least Important: Gaming, Internet surfing and very light word processing. Parts Not Required: Monitor, keyboard, speakers, mouse, OS and headset. Preferred Website(s) for Parts: I would like to buy it from the websites that build it for you. I'm liking what I built on Dino PC right now. Country of Origin: United Kingdom Parts Preferences: Sandy Bridge for the CPU. GPU brand doesn't matter at all. Overclocking: A big yes :3 SLI or Crossfire: Maybe but not right now. Monitor Resolution: 1680X1050
I know, it seems if your PC has problems, then your going to, but if it is built fine, nothing bad will happen, in short, they have very bad Customer Service.
Scan 3XS systems are quite good. I'm looking at one now and the only difference between the one I mentioned is it uses an air cooler and its £5 cheaper. I think I could just use them. At least I know I'll get the PC.
Yeaaaah. I think I'll just build it myself. Not worth the hassle of waiting 3 weeks for someone to build it for you and paying £130 extra for it.
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/288241-31-faqs-build-... <--- A decent "how to guide" ...but also check youtube. It's as easy as pie. The boring part is going to be the Windows updates...that take forever. Otherwise it's a piece of cake. If you run into any problems...well that's what this board is for.