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Morpheus - i5 Custom Gaming PC
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Morpheus - i5 Custom Gaming PC
[MorpheusV1.5]
£669.99
by Rowan Thompson Date Added: Tuesday 24 February, 2015
Morpheus - i5 Custom Gaming PC
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I bought this PC to replace a custom built PC that I put together myself that was starting to let me down fairly often. UKGC was recommended to me by a friend who has bought from here and I am extremely happy I took his advice.<br>The final specs of the build were:<br>Case: Zalman Z11 Plus<br>Power Supply: Corsair CX600 600W<br>Processor: Intel Core i5 4460 3.2Ghz [NEW]<br>Processor Cooler: Xilence M303<br>RAM: 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600Mhz<br>Motherboard: Gigabyte Z97-HD3 R2.0<br>Graphics card: Nvidia GeForce GTX 660 2GB<br>Hard Drive: None<br>2nd Hard Drive: None<br>3rd Hard Drive: None<br>Sound card: Integrated 7.1 Channel Audio<br>Optical Drive: Asus DRW-24B5ST 24x DVD/CD ± Re-Writer Black<br>Network card: Integrated 10/100/1000Mbps<br>Wireless Card: None<br>Memory Card Reader: None<br>Extra Ports: 2 x USB 2.0 Rear Ports<br><br>The communication from UKGC is excellent I felt confident that my computer was going to be as I asked, and knew that I would know very quickly if something went wrong and the build was delayed for any reason.<br><br>After I installed my Hard-drive into the system and got windows 8.1 on it, I could start the game.<br>The cable management solutions provided by UKGC are very neat and good quality. The only thing I had a problem with was a lack of HDD mounting screws but if the case doesn't come with them I can hardly complain. The only part of this computer I can see myself upgrading in the visible future is the graphics card, the GTX 660 is amazing but I am planning on getting some new monitors and I will need to extra muscle to drive the 2 or 3 1080p I am planning for.<br><br>The games I have played so far and the FPS I get in them (at the recommended graphic settings and 1366x768) are as follows:c<br>Call Of Duty - Black Ops II, 120-200<br>Elder Scrolls V - Skyrim, 120-150<br>Minecraft(Amplified world), 150<br>Saints Row The Third, 70-90<br><br>Overall I am extremely pleased with the computer and I have no current plans to add upgrades.<br>Thank you UKGC, I'm glad I didn't go anywhere else. If there was an excellent selection in the rating I would chose it in less than a heartbeat. <br>Rowan<br><br>PS.If anyone reading this is trying to decide between a Gigabyte motherboard and another brand, I definitely suggest Gigabyte, their bios GUI is the best I have seen and really easy to use.

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