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AWD Z1 Intel I5 6400 3.3GHz GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 VR Gaming PC £569.99

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AWD Z1 Intel I5 6400 3.3GHz GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 VR Gaming PC Assembled and tested by our expert technical team. This system can be pre-installed with a genuine Microsoft Windows 10 operating system. P… Read More
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AWD Z1 Intel I5 6400 3.3GHz GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 VR Gaming PC
Assembled and tested by our expert technical team.
This system can be pre-installed with a genuine Microsoft Windows 10 operating system. Please select the operating system you require for your gaming pc from the drop down box above and it will be supplied and installed for you prior to shipment.
Why You Should Purchase This Z1 Neo Gaming PC:
- Prebuilt and configured. Just turn it on and away you go! (Providing you have an Operating System installed)
- Up to 32GB Dual Channel DDR4 memory delivers fast load times
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 4K VR Ready Graphics
- Play the latest gaming titles at the highest detail
- Quad Core Intel I5 3.3Ghz processing performance
- 1080p & 4K Ultra HD Support
- HDMI & DVI Support
- Quad Monitor Support
- Future Proof and Upgradeable
System Specification
- Case: Zalman Z1 Neo
- Power Supply: Corsair 450W PSU
- CPU: Intel Core I5-6400 Quad Core 3.3Ghz
- Motherboard: Gigabyte H110M Motherboard
- Cooler: Standard Intel Cooler (Upgrade Available)
- RAM: DDR4 Dual Channel Kit - Options Available to Upgrade
- Hard Drive: Your Choice of Primary and Solid State Drive
- DVDRW: 24x DVDRW Included
- Sound: 5.1 HD Audio
- Network: Gigabit Lan
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dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!
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Spark
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!

Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.


Or tell him to grow up commenting their own foolish opinions on a current age demographic within a discount alert website.

Oh wait.

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#1
450w PSU?????
#2
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.
1 Like #3
tighty
450w PSU?????


450w is fine for a single GPU build...long as it's a decent psu
#4
The pro is you can select the build you want it just depends how much you want to spend to attain what you want
4 Likes #5
I was building this specification in a system for someone a few weeks ago and I was unable to buy the parts individually so ordered this instead. When it arrived it had a corsair vs550 PSU inside rather than the 450W as advertised which was a bonus. The hard drive was a Toshiba rather than the advertised seagate but I've not got any issues with that. For anyone who is wondering the GTX1060 is the Zotac mini version. I'd recommend this system and the seller, hot deal! 8)
banned 4 Likes #6
tighty
450w PSU?????


Easily enough for this system. Can't remember the last time I used a psu over 500w for a build
#7
I added few silly things and the price jumped at nearly £1000. Can do a lot better myself for this price
#8
Think ur better off getting one on ebay with i7 4790/6700 CPU.. Faster.. This is just i5 with no hdd
2 Likes #9
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
#10
1060 6gb 4k VR ready, yea ok
#11
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(

depends what your budget is?
1 Like #12
The price seems within a couple of pounds of building it yourself, so as long as the warranty is more than a single year, I would probably recommend this to a friend, rather than having a friend have me build it for them. Otherwise, if it was for myself, at least, if the warranty is only a one year RTB, I would want the full retail box warranty (typically longer than a year) on the individual components. Heat added.
#13
mobiletech
I was building this specification in a system for someone a few weeks ago and I was unable to buy the parts individually so ordered this instead. When it arrived it had a corsair vs550 PSU inside rather than the 450W as advertised which was a bonus. The hard drive was a Toshiba rather than the advertised seagate but I've not got any issues with that. For anyone who is wondering the GTX1060 is the Zotac mini version. I'd recommend this system and the seller, hot deal! 8)


is the mini gpu less powerful ? thanks
1 Like #14
RedRain
mobiletech
I was building this specification in a system for someone a few weeks ago and I was unable to buy the parts individually so ordered this instead. When it arrived it had a corsair vs550 PSU inside rather than the 450W as advertised which was a bonus. The hard drive was a Toshiba rather than the advertised seagate but I've not got any issues with that. For anyone who is wondering the GTX1060 is the Zotac mini version. I'd recommend this system and the seller, hot deal! 8)
is the mini gpu less powerful ? thanks

Nope, same thing just a smaller cooler than some of the other models. It's not a GPU that runs hot though so it'll be fine.
#15
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(

PC Specialist is a good start for desktop builds.. But you will be paying a bit more than building it yourself.

My advice, find out exactly from your son, what he wants to play on it, write down the game names, ask what his friends are playing.. work out what your budget is but bear in mind you won't get change from £400-£500 for a budget build with Keyboard, Mouse & Monitor (speakers? headset?), and then start an ASK thread with all the info.
#16
Can anybody recommend me a decent PC for music workstation purposes?
I don't need a dedicated GPU just really good CPU and lots of RAM.
It seems most PC related posts here are either "gaming" PC's or mid-low range office PC's... And when I look for PC's with a high end i7 they are overpriced or bundled with a GPU I don't need.
Thanks.
#17
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(


Check out r/buildapc on reddit. Have a look through other builds, check out their guides and you will make your son very happy.
8 Likes #18
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!
#19
is this newer i5 likely to be faster than my aging i7 860?
1 Like #20
L11
is this newer i5 likely to be faster than my aging i7 860?
Yes: i5 6400 benchmark vs your i7 860

(of course certain scenarios may not be so clear cut but thats a baseline benchmark.
uses significantly less power too if thats something that interests you.


Edited By: dt_matthews on Aug 28, 2016 08:46
#21
BIGUSHEADUS
1060 6gb 4k VR ready, yea ok
It is according to nvidea. The 970 was the lower limit for VR. The 1060 6gb matches that easily.
#22
mattzildjian
Can anybody recommend me a decent PC for music workstation purposes?
I don't need a dedicated GPU just really good CPU and lots of RAM.
It seems most PC related posts here are either "gaming" PC's or mid-low range office PC's... And when I look for PC's with a high end i7 they are overpriced or bundled with a GPU I don't need.
Thanks.
There's this Zoostorm 2209 Intel® Core™ i7 Processor, 8Gb RAM, 2Tb Hard Drive Desktop Base Unit its from Very priced £559 but £100 back if you use BNPL just remember to pay in full once cash back credited in October. I'm sure someone here will tell if its a good deal or not.
•Depth: 400 MM
•Height: 361 MM
•Width: 176 MM
•Dongle Required: N
•Graphics: onboard
•Hard Drive Storage: 2 Tb
•Processor: Intel i7-4790
•RAM Memory: 8 GB
•Touch Screen: N
•Wifi Enabled: Y
•Intel Core i7-4790 3.6GHz
•CPU Turbo up to 4GHz
•8GB DDR3 1600Mhz RAM
•2TB HDD
•Windows 10 Home
•2x USB 2.0 (front); 2x USB 2.0 & 2x USB 3.0 (rear)
•WiFi
2 Likes #23
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!

Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.
#24
Literally all gaming PC cases look so tacky. LED lights everywhere etc.
7 Likes #25
Spark
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!

Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.


Or tell him to grow up commenting their own foolish opinions on a current age demographic within a discount alert website.

Oh wait.
#26
moneysavingkitten
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.


you can download windows 10 for nothing and use it without a product key.
#27
ScaryStalketDude
moneysavingkitten
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.
you can download windows 10 for nothing and use it without a product key.
The free upgrade period has ended.
#28
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(


Yo you really don't need much for a 13yr old who wants to do PC gaming. Consider a cheap gaming laptop, and Alienware alpha( wait for when they have a build on) or a ready made second hand PC, look for something like a gtx 660/ 750/750ti which will be plenty, can be picked up with the rest of the build for like 200
1 Like #29
andy1989
Literally all gaming PC cases look so tacky. LED lights everywhere etc.


They really are. The only one I have found I like is the evga hadron.
#30
An awful power supply. Avoid.
1 Like #31
dt_matthews
ScaryStalketDude
moneysavingkitten
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.
you can download windows 10 for nothing and use it without a product key.
The free upgrade period has ended.

https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/windows10upgrade
#32
mattzildjian
dt_matthews
ScaryStalketDude
moneysavingkitten
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.
you can download windows 10 for nothing and use it without a product key.
The free upgrade period has ended.
https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/accessibility/windows10upgrade

Yes, there is a caveat for accessibility users - I'm not sure what percentage of the country that would genuinely apply to, I'm thinking a very very small number.
#33
DDR5?? It's GDDR5 mate
#34
Do we know which model the Corsair PSU is?
#35
Spark
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!

Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.


Yea then all those worthwhile activities will help shape him into a more social friendly human like you... Back in your box!
#36
Looking at a gaming PC with dual GTX 1080 SLI and i7. CCL have some for £2100 with 3 years on site. Equivalent Alienware around £2700 and DIY £2,500. Tempted by the CCL deal. Not up to date on PCs but I want to be able to game on 4K at 60Hz. Would this cut the mustard?
#37
craigthackerx
Spark
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!
Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.
Or tell him to grow up commenting their own foolish opinions on a current age demographic within a discount alert website.
Oh wait.

That one didn't even begin to make sense.
#38
dt_matthews
ScaryStalketDude
moneysavingkitten
8gb ram at this price, plus an extra £60 for Windows.
you can download windows 10 for nothing and use it without a product key.
The free upgrade period has ended.


I'm not talking about the free upgrade. you can still download windows ten for nothing and use it with no product key. they do not lock it anymore like previous version. you just can t change the background on it through the settings
#39
Spark
craigthackerx
Spark
WheresMeNuts
dawniecarl
My 13 year old son is driving me crazy asking for a gaming pc. He's just wanting to play bits of games and record for youtube, chat to his friends. He has a laptop a few years old and it can't be powerful enough as it's lagging when he's playing games/recording. Can anyone recommend anything please? A few of his mates have had them built by people their parents know but I don't know anyone :-(
Tell him to get a paper-run & earn his own crust !!
Or better still tell him to focus his energies on a more worthwhile task like learning another language or how to code rather then aspiring to be just yet another moronic teenage internet celebrity.
Or tell him to grow up commenting their own foolish opinions on a current age demographic within a discount alert website.
Oh wait.

That one didn't even begin to make sense.


people benefit from having a little fun. if you want to oppress children then I think you're going to have a very hard time making many friends. A gaming pc has been proven to improve social and cognitive skills. Obviously there would be a point of abuse that would be then detrimental, but then I'd rather that than ruin a childhood and potential make then struggle socially in life when a they have done is learn a language that no one wants to speak to them in.
#40
ronaldmacdonald
Looking at a gaming PC with dual GTX 1080 SLI and i7. CCL have some for £2100 with 3 years on site. Equivalent Alienware around £2700 and DIY £2,500. Tempted by the CCL deal. Not up to date on PCs but I want to be able to game on 4K at 60Hz. Would this cut the mustard?


the one you are looking at with 1080 would be great for years. this one posted will do 4k for current games. you might have to tone the settings down when some more power hungry games come out. but for now it is more than enough

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