Scan H16i PC
This mid-range PC includes the more powerful six core Intel Core i5 9400F “Coffee Lake” CPU which runs up to 2.9GHz plus 8GB of system memory, 2GB NVIDIA GT 710 graphics, a 240GB SSD for rapid loading times and a spacious 1TB hard disk running Windows 10.
The Scan H16i is pre-built and ready to ship for next-day delivery.
|Motherboard||ASUS PRIME H310M-E R2.0|
|Processor||Intel Core i5 9400F “Coffee Lake” 2.9GHz Six Core|
|Memory||8GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666MHz DDR4|
|Graphics Card||2GB NVIDIA GT 710 – HDMI/DVI/VGA|
|System Drive||240GB WD Green SSD|
|Storage Drive||1TB Seagate HDD|
|Networking||Intel LAN and ASUS Wi-Fi|
|Operating System||Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit|
|Recovery Media||USB drive with system image and diagnostic software|
|Warranty||2 Years Warranty – 2 Years Return to Base (inc Parts & Labour)|
PROFESSIONALLY BUILT PCS VS SELF-BUILT
Anyone can build a PC, so what really makes the difference between any old PC and a 3XS PC? For starters, our team has been designing and building PCs for more than 20 years, so we have a huge amount of experience in building highly reliable systems that deliver the most performance for your budget. These are the benefits you receive when buying a professionally built 3XS system versus building a system yourself.
It can take weeks to research the right combination of components, not just to ensure you get the most bang for your buck but to minimise the chance of one component being incompatible with another. Whether you buy a system from our configurator or a custom spec system our engineers will do all this hard work for you, ensuring that when your system is delivered it performs flawlessly.
Building a PC only takes a few hours, but installing all the software and making sure that everything is configured properly and that your software runs stably takes up a huge amount of time. By ordering a 3XS system our engineers take this painful process away, as all our systems undergo a strenuous Quality Control procedure which includes updating Windows, installing the latest drivers and motherboard BIOS. Overclocked systems receive an additional 24 hour burn-in test to ensure stability.