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Zoostorm 7877-1095 Value No OS PC (Intel Quad Core i5-3330 3.0GHz, 8GB DDR3, 1TB SATA HDD, DVDRW) - Silver

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  • Comes with an easy-to-use USB keyboard and optical mouse so you can minimise the need for wires
  • Work and play quickly and seamlessly with the Intel Core processor i5-3330 (3.0 GHz)
  • Sleek matte finish and one-year Return to Base warranty
  • Store all your files, photos and music with the 1 TB SATA II hard drive
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Technical Details
Item Weight8 Kg
Product Dimensions48 x 41.4 x 24.6 cm
Item model number7877-1095
Processor BrandIntel
Processor TypeCore i5
Processor Speed3 GHz
RAM Size8 GB
Computer Memory TypeDDR3 SDRAM
Hard Drive Size1 TB
Graphics Card DescriptionIntel HD Graphics
Wattage300 watts
Operating SystemNone
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 53,925 in Computers (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
Date First Available7 Jun. 2013

Product Description

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Product Description

Why Wait to Access Technology?

Ready to go -- these desktop PCs provide dependable, cost-effective computing for business. Using only intensively tested components, Zoostorm takes the worry and hassle out of supporting PCs on a network through stunning reliability and optimised computing performance. If productivity, reliability and results matter to your business, you can't do any better than a Zoostorm Non-OS PC.

All Zoostorm No-OS PCs are designed around the principles of productivity, longevity and low costs of ownership.


As standard, the Zoostorm Desktop PC comes complete with a USB keyboard and USB optical mouse.

Intel Core i5
Processing Power

The core of the Zoostorm business machines comprise of Intel Dual and Quad Core processors. Intel Core-i5 Processor is equipped to handle the most demanding of applications giving you the ability to fly through everyday tasks and multi-task with ease.

All Zoostorm business machines feature Ethernet connection and if productivity, reliability and results matter to you, you can't do any better than a Zoostorm No-OS desktop solution.

Great Out-of-the-box Experience

For companies and organisations that need advanced computing power for tasks such as graphic design, large data file processing and advanced office analysis, our range of high performance business PCs take advantage of high performance components and deliver a staggeringly fast and powerful computing experience.

Get out-of-the box business productivity with a Zoostorm Non-OS PC. Powerful enough to handle multi-tasking needs with a traditional compact design suitable for space constrained environments.

Zoostorm – Great Value Promise

Zoostorm will offer you a cost effective and quality choice. All Zoostorm systems are manufactured in our Warrington HQ and if one of our specifications doesn’t meet your needs, Zoostorm offers a custom built to order service.

We pride ourselves on our quality, robust products and UK based support, encapsulating our philosophy of ‘value without compromising quality’.

NOTE - Model number on the box is only the underlying code used by the manufacturer for the item but the product and model numbers are correct as per the website.

Box Contains

Zoostorm No OS Value PC
USB keyboard and optical mouse
UK Powercord

NOTE: The PSU is actually a 250W PSU with a peak output of 300W.

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5 stars

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Paul on 9 May 2013
Size: Win7 Home Premium
I ordered this to replace a 7 year old basic Dell model for my work, at this sort of price it's a fantastic PC. The Windows 7 installed isn't full of the usual bloatware if you're anything like me you'll appreciate the speed in which this one runs straight out of the box without the need for hundreds of tweaks. In the Windows performance test I'm averaging around low 7's with only the desktop graphics holding it back at around 4.2, gaming graphics rates a 6. The first thing I did was install Visual Studio and try to rebuild all my software and everything worked fine and was significantly quicker than the old Dell running XP, only mention this because when I have done similar on other PC's such as an Alienware 17 laptop it has actually been slower, the machine seems to be the perfect setup for Windows 7. The full MS Office suite runs lightening quick.

The only slight problem I had was the same as others have mentioned, it has a noisy PSU fan. I did try the BIOS setting first which reduced the noise a little but I actually found the solution to be much easier, it's not so much the fan that is the problem but the cheap case. All I had to do was loosen the screws on the left hand side panel (looking from the front) and just ease it out a touch. Doing that along with the silent running in the BIOS has made it as a quiet a PC as I've ever owned.**

** Edit 08/08/2013 Just to re-iterate this I've just fitted a 600w Corsair PSU so I can add more powerful graphics card ( B00ALYOTTI ),the Corsair is renowned for being very quiet and yet it makes no difference in this case, the only way of getting it quiet is to either slacken off or completely remove the left side panel, the case vibrates not the PSU.
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73 of 76 people found the following review helpful By Conor EW on 18 Feb. 2013
Size: Win7 Home Premium
Got this PC for mainly office work but it will also be used for photoshop CS6.
First I am incredibly impressed by this manufacturer for the Crap ware, or lack of it.
I started the computer and expected to find the usual list of crappy games, toolbars, anti virus trial thats a pain to uninstall.
But Zoostorm, no crapware. The only thing that I uninstalled was Skype, apart from that there was no other applications to uninstall and absolutely no trials of anything pre installed.
Antivirus set up with the free Microsoft Security essentials out of the box. It is really refreshing that a manufacturer is thinking about the customer and not shovelling loads of sponsored apps onto their computer without permission.
Case is nice, bit on the loud side but not the worst I have heard.
Flap does need to be down (90 degree angle) to use the USB ports and depending on the position of the PC it may be susceptible to snapping as it doesn't feel very sturdy but not the end of the world.

Bottom Line, Fantastic Computer for the money, Recommend to everyone.
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46 of 48 people found the following review helpful By Slippery Jim on 2 April 2013
Size: Win7 Home Premium Verified Purchase
Very fast delivery. Had it set up and running within minutes. Its an extremely fast machine but slightly noisier than I would like. The graphics are a tad basic but I plan on installing a new nVidea GTX 660 and PSU which should fix that.

All in all I would highly recommend this machine: an amazing piece of kit for the price.

EDIT: Well, replaced the PSU with a 750W unit, added a BluRay RW and a GTX 660 graphics card.

Now for the problems. :-)

The new PSU came with sheathed cables which means I can't actually reconnect the cables to the original DVD RW because of lack of space between the PSU and the DVD. Also the PSU doesn't have a square 4-pin auxiliary motherboard power connector so I've had to buy a 4-pin Molex converter cable to give the motherboard enough juice to make the CPU fan work. These are problems with the PSU and not the Zoostorm (apart from the space problem between the PSU and the DVD.)

The graphics card was a problem because the end covers of the Zoostorm are not easily removable. Only the one which lines up with the PCIe slot is removable. The rest are all part of one unit and you have to get quite physical with a screwdriver and tin-snips to get another off as the GTX 660 needs two end covers removing.

I still stand by my 5 star rating for this machine, though. The only problems I've had with it are because of the upgrades I've made. As sold its the dogs b*ll*cks!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Tree Cutter on 28 Jan. 2013
Size: Win7 Home Premium Verified Purchase
My twin brother gave me some money, for me to buy a new computer, to update the one he gave me in 2005 on Windows XP. I'd been checking out what was available and found this Zoostorm on Amazon. I read the reviews and was greatly impressed with what folks had said about them. Everything is much faster than the old Windows XP I had before.

I'd never heard the name Zoostorm before and was apprehensive on something unknown to me. But the value for money, 1 Tb memory, ram and operating system swayed me. The computer arrived within days well before the due delivery date. I asked a friend round to help me set up and transfer everthing I wanted to keep from the old XP to the Windows 7 set up, without any difficulty. All my documents and pictures now up and running. Although the Zoostorm 7877-0095 came with a trial version of Microsoft Office 2010, I loaded in the 2007 version of Microsoft Office & Student I already had and it works fine.

The only problem I have had was that the mic and speaker sockets on the back of the tower were not working. I rang the Zoostorm help line after trying all the options open to me that I knew of. I was E-mailed instructions of a site to access to download the commands to my computer to make the thing work. I found that Aol, would not allow me to do this. So I'd already set up a Google account and E-mail address. Forwarding their mail to the G-mail account and I had absolutely no trouble getting the instructions through. I emailed the Zoostorm, Tec site and thanked them for all their help. Everything works fine now. Only one slight niggle remains is the W or w I print in letters and e-mails comes out faint. I have tried a few keyboards and the same thing happens. I can live with it though.

Very very pleased with the Zoostorm 7877-0095, I would reccommend it to anyone.
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