Which of these pc's shall I get?

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If you're not gaming then integrated graphics will be fine for you, AMD or intel will not make a huge difference on a budget system either, although AMD is generally cheaper than intel so you can squeeze more goodies into the budget which could make the whole package more attractive.
 
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I know everybody's thinking this, so i'll just go out and say it... why not build it yourself? £400 can get a decent enough system.

Product Name Qty Price Line Total
AMD Phenom II X3 Tri Core 720 Black Edition 2.80GHz (Socket AM3) - Retail £97.99
(£85.21) £97.99
(£85.21)
Asus M4A78-E AMD 790GX (Socket AM3) PCI-Express DDR2 Motherboard £83.98
(£73.03) £83.98
(£73.03)
Patriot G Series AMD 4GB (2x2GB) PC3-10666 1333MHz Dual Channel (PGS34G1333LLKA) £70.99
(£61.73) £70.99
(£61.73)
NZXT BETA Classic Series Case - Black (No PSU) £39.99
(£34.77) £39.99
(£34.77)
PC Power & Cooling Silencer 420W Power Supply £39.99
(£34.77) £39.99
(£34.77)
Seagate Barracuda 7200.12 500GB SATA-II 16MB Cache - OEM (ST3500418AS) £37.98
(£33.03) £37.98
(£33.03)
Sony Optiarc AD-7241S 24x DVD±RW SATA Lightscribe Optical Drive (Black) - OEM £18.99
(£16.51) £18.99
(£16.51)
Coolermaster Hyper TX3 CPU Cooler (Socket 754/939/940/AM2/AM3/775/1156) £13.98
(£12.16) £13.98
(£12.16)
Sub Total : £351.21
Shipping cost assumes delivery to UK Mainland with:
DPD Next Day Parcel
(This can be changed during checkout) Shipping : £12.50
VAT is being charged at 15% VAT : £54.56
Total : £418.27
 
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