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#1 AOG_UK

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Posted 21 June 2017 - 11:44 AM

So not sure if to use Novatech(UK) to provide another pc, current one is 8 yrs old and had limited upgrade-ability.

Or use Morgan Computer Supplies and buy a Windows 10 2nd user pc?

Budget for just the pc is £600, would like blu ray if possible and not a gamer.

Any thoughts??



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Posted 22 June 2017 - 07:56 AM

£600 will easily get you a non-gaming PC with a decent specification.  I've used Novatech for parts, they have decent service on the whole.  Never heard of Morgan sorry.  I wouldn't suggest spending that sort of money on a second hand PC.  If you are looking for something cheap (say £100-200) for a reconditioned Dell or something, and can find something that fits your needs, then they can be OK.

 

If you can, building yourself is better value than buying an off the shelf system, once you get above the extreme budget end of the market.


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