It's not a bad price, but (IMO) anyway, the problem is that you're paying mostly for old, outdated hardware. DDR2 RAM, an old graphics card that has a reputation for kicking the bucket early (more so than other graphics cards), etc. It could do the job, but seeing as you have no plans for using it for gaming or productivity, I would personally rather spend the money on an HTPC (Home Theater PC):http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.a ... 6856119085
...only problem is pricing--I'm shocked at how different U.S. vs. UK prices are! I would just look around at some stores in the UK for what they offer for HTPCs in your price range, and check user reviews before you buy.
Here are some examples of HTPCs that may be available in the UK:http://www.asrock.com/nettop/index.asp
Thanks for the reply and the advice
I will check the links for some ideas.
I went for gaming pc in order to use it as a Home Theater PC because most of so called Home Theater PCs are just for xvids and standard resolution media and are not capable of doing Full HD + HD True HD or DTS audio. I must see I have not checked more of them but also I will have it what I am looking for from any Old Gaming PC for less the price. And also with gaming industry moving so fast I can get decent Old Gaming PC for a fraction of what it used to cost and still deliver my needs.
Ones I got it (if I got it) will come back
may be with more questions.
First time Dell user.All time ASUS user but ASUS ROG too expensive