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    (Original post by jb9191)
    There PC's have very good reviews and are long lasting so can't be all that bad. Plus they are much better than you'd get from a local store such as Currys and PC World.
    They're not "long lasting"
    I'd be surprised if that motherboard went a year at stock clocks before it blows a mosfet.

    Personally, the best pre-built PC company I've seen is http://www.cyberpowersystem.co.uk/
    They're still a lot more expensive than building yourself, but at least it's possible to specify the parts used properly, and a friend's PC which was built by them is actually pretty solid.
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    (Original post by TShadow383)
    They're not "long lasting"
    I'd be surprised if that motherboard went a year at stock clocks before it blows a mosfet.

    Yes they are. My mates had his for 5 years and no issues whatsoever with it and he uses it frequently for gaming and all sorts. Not a problem. Its because of him I know of the site.

    Personally, the best pre-built PC company I've seen is http://www.cyberpowersystem.co.uk/
    They're still a lot more expensive than building yourself, but at least it's possible to specify the parts used properly, and a friend's PC which was built by them is actually pretty solid.
    Yeah I've heard of these before - they do seem pretty good but they are more expensive to be fair.
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    1 PC may last. That configuration wouldn't.
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    I was wondering when my post would get neg'd, it finally happened
 
 
 
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