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Custom built gaming PC very very fast, its has a black glass stylish case that's worth £150 alone which lights up changes colours made by Game Max.

The PCs content, in terms of graphics card is an R9200hd7900series6gb
8gb RAM

AMD phenom ii x4 965 3.40GHZ QUAD CORE 8MBCACHE PROCESSOR

NETWORK CARD WITH 300MBPS WIRELESS ADAPTER WITH TWO AERIALS FOR FASTER CONNECTIVITY.

I bought this PC for my son who has not really used it as he prefers his Xbox

it works perfectly well has a genuine copy of Windows 10 and operates all games at high speed.

This will make a fantastic present for Christmas as it is working perfectly and has no issues or faults I am a genuine person i teach in fact, i am prepared to demonstrate the PC and support you in how to oprate it if necessary before purchase either here or with you.

I can deliver locally

PC comes with a wireless keyboard and mouse pad attached and I also spent £43 recently on a PC controller which is wired not wireless which will comes with this gaming PC

all the parts inside (including the case motherboard cards ram etc) this PC comes in to well over £1,000 worth of parts so it is a bargain.

Plus you can be assured that its working and comes from a good trustworthy person. Read less

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The Phenom CPU is a decade old on a dead socket which means the motherboard is old and junky too. GPU is old but still decent assuming its like a 7970 since it just says "7900 series". Nothing else is listed but going off the dated specs I doubt its anything spectacular.


Personally I would stay away from this one. You can make something comparable with warranties and a clear path for future upgrades. The last thing you want to do is drop nearly 500 dollars on a PC that puts you in a corner like this.
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No.

The case is not worth £150.

I've never heard of a "R9200hd7900series6gb" GPU, at best it's like an R9 280x which is a £50 GPU. Or I guess it could be an HD7990 which is XFire HD7970's on the same PCB.

CPU, Mobo, and RAM are worth maybe £50-60.

The system is worth half of asking price at most, unless it has like a 1TB SSD.


"Plus you can be assured that its working and comes from a good trustworthy person"... "all the parts inside this PC comes in to well over £1,000 worth of parts"
lol, I love ads like this, hilarious.

If we're talking about release MSRP on release date 7-10 years ago, then maybe you'd have £1000 worth of components there.
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The gpu is on amd site and it a 300 dollar card I tested the pc runs triple AAA Titles amazing
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