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Chillblast Fusion Adamantium Gaming PC with GTX 1080 £1,349.99

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I know this is not cheap but Chillblast have a good rep and for a GTX 1080 system this seems pretty reasonable.
Goose74 Avatar5m, 3w agoFound 5 months, 3 weeks ago28 Comments
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Because a deal is about value for money, not the actual cost. A 4 Bedroom detached house for 50k is a deal but its not cheap...
'I know this is not cheap'

Then why put it on a deal website :D
wivane
adam0812
polly69
Specs are rubbish, 16gb 2133mhz ram the lowest ddr4 speed their is so around £40 at most 120gb ssd thats £25 psu £40 then theirs the fact its a i5 at £190 for another £80 you could get the i7 that id expect at this price and only a cheap Asus board at £110, windows 10 pro a tenner not the **** home thats on this and £60 for a HDD. I bet you could build this easily for under a grand using a i7.
Cold
Go on then, full build w 6700k/gtx1080/ddr4 for a grand.
I want to know where he gets Windows 10 Pro for a tenner!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/microsoft-windows-7-pro-8-14-windows-8-1-pro-6-58-windows-10-pro-10-30-opium-pulses-2467245
adam0812
polly69
Specs are rubbish, 16gb 2133mhz ram the lowest ddr4 speed their is so around £40 at most 120gb ssd thats £25 psu £40 then theirs the fact its a i5 at £190 for another £80 you could get the i7 that id expect at this price and only a cheap Asus board at £110, windows 10 pro a tenner not the **** home thats on this and £60 for a HDD. I bet you could build this easily for under a grand using a i7.
Cold
Go on then, full build w 6700k/gtx1080/ddr4 for a grand.

I want to know where he gets Windows 10 Pro for a tenner!
Magister
Isn't it about time you folks got out a bit more, feel the heat of the sun and the cool of the rain. Gaming is for children, not for so-called adults.
Says the guy clicking on deals that he has no interest in posting smart ass comments..........
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To build or not to build PC advice: Fusion commando £829.99 (inc PnP) or build yourself?

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My deal isn't for only one PC, but two specific ones. I'm hoping to bridge the gap between The Great HUKD divide: To build or not to build! (I suspect the heat in here will fluctuate constantly!) C…
Supa Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago26 Comments
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Building is the easy part, diagnosing a problem if something arrives DOA can be a big problem for a novice and frankly someone experienced too.
spritey
Putting a PC together is as simple as Lego, even then years ago the only risky part was not bending CPU pins which isn't an issue now.
Building yourself will always offer better value, the main reason being that often you'll build your PC around the offers on components at the time... Yes that gaming PC mentioned can be built for the same price - so fact it offers Windows means its better value... But going to choose those kind of parts? An Aerocool PSU for example.... Don't get me wrong - fantastic for joe bloggs but anyone intending on getting into PC gaming really needs to look more careful at the components they use.

Agreed!
Putting a PC together is as simple as Lego, even then years ago the only risky part was not bending CPU pins which isn't an issue now.

Building yourself will always offer better value, the main reason being that often you'll build your PC around the offers on components at the time... Yes that gaming PC mentioned can be built for the same price - so fact it offers Windows means its better value... But going to choose those kind of parts? An Aerocool PSU for example.... Don't get me wrong - fantastic for joe bloggs but anyone intending on getting into PC gaming really needs to look more careful at the components they use.

Edited By: spritey on Mar 06, 2016 21:19: .
neoboy

Personally I still prefer to build myself but that's because I can shop around for the odd bargain, like to overclock and have control over my cooling (another area most manufactures fall on). Also one other big reason is warranty, most machines come with basic labour costs only cover after the first year whilst buying new components normally nets you a minimum of 3 years warranty per component and you can fix it yourself. Again though if you don't have the know-how it's not the option for you but I much prefer this than having to ship my entire system off somewhere for repair.

fair words and how i feel too. I have bought pre built and I have gone on to build my own many times.... Even now i look at prebuilts but only really as a comparison... the truth is if you splash out a few quid in the first place then think like your cpu will outlast your gpu in terms of year on year benefits towards games... even ram stagnates unless there has been recent development such as ddr4.

So, to any prospective gaming buyer with no building skills... buy a prebuilt to the most you cann afford... then when you can no longer play your games learn to upgrade basic things like HDD's and GPU's even coolers. they are quick installs and the benefits reap...
maddogb
GazmoX
This is more of an "ASK" than a "DEALS", is it not?
yup should be in misc no deal here.

I've seen plenty of items posted on HUKD which are full price, but they are recommendations that the product is the best for the money even at the price it's being sold at. I wanted to recommend 2 pre-built PC's as well as advice for custom builds. Having said that I didn't know about the misc section!! Fair comment.
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Chiliblast Renegade Core i7 1TB SSHD 16GB RAM TWO GTX980 SLI 17-inch FHD £2,336.00 @ Chiliblast

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Am on the market for one of these. Whoever can get it cheaper deserves a bear Are you looking for a laptop that delivers faster gaming performance than most top-of-the-range gaming desktops? Then y…
siliconbits Avatar1y, 2m agoFound 1 year, 2 months ago17 Comments
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EndlessWaves
The CPU is two generations out of date.
The graphics chips are 980Ms, not the recently announced full GM204 980
The storage amounts are rather stingy and the SSD is an old fashioned SATA one rather than a PCI-E one that would run at twice the speed.
The wi-fi adapter only supports two streams
The person writing the description was apparently so clueless he didn't specify which gamut the screen covers 95% of.
If that's top of the range, there's a lot of room for improvement up there.
Gm204 not available until November by most manufacturers :(
EndlessWaves
The CPU is two generations out of date.
The graphics chips are 980Ms, not the recently announced full GM204 980
The storage amounts are rather stingy and the SSD is an old fashioned SATA one rather than a PCI-E one that would run at twice the speed.
The wi-fi adapter only supports two streams
The person writing the description was apparently so clueless he didn't specify which gamut the screen covers 95% of.
If that's top of the range, there's a lot of room for improvement up there.


very nicely said
AaronSOLDIER
hukd_addict
before you pull the trigger on this deal... check this outhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DJeXUKFvcHs
So when do these new laptops release? I see a few new Skylakes are releasing soon (6700hq) but they seem to be still be using the same mobile Nvidia chips

No idea.. you can ask at linustechtips (they have a forum) they are pretty active the guys over there so I'd expect you'd get an answer...



Edited By: hukd_addict on Oct 01, 2015 11:13
dajambo
will this play Microsoft office?


​only on low settings. And don't even think to use formulas on excel!
will this play Microsoft office?
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Chillblast "SKYLAKE" Gaming PC - with brand new Intel Skylake processor £779.00

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Chillblast appear to have won manyawards. As they offer an amazing warranty and amazing sales service (I called them this morning), really tempted to buy the above desktop gaming PC (no monitor or pe…
Helpful Avatar1y, 3m agoFound 1 year, 3 months ago16 Comments
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What do people think will make a good mid priced graphics card?? Is the 960 not good enough? The 970's seems to go for £100 more. GTX980i seems OTT. Is Asus still struggling to keep up??

I was thinking of a build of:
Skylake i5 6600k - (Not sure when the other chips will be released.) Seems to be a shortage of them. £200
Power Supply - Corsair RM750i - £100
2x8gb DDR4 Corsair Vengeance ram at 2400ghz. £100
Corsair H60 water cooler. £60 (Too much?? Would a standard fan be ample)
Case - Corsair 450D £95
ASUS Z170K - £105
Need to decide on graphics card!

I would recycle my 250GB Evo 840 SSD drive. Recycle standard 250gb hard drive. With a graphics card I would look to reach about £800. I plan to upgrade my current windows 7 to windows 10 and do a clean install afterwards from a cd.

Not sure on the graphics. I figure a Skylake rig will be more future proof. Core 2 duo machine is still working nicely for basics.

I do wonder if the water cooler is OTT. Also the gold rated power supply may not be needed. Also if I really need a unlocked i5 Skylake chip. Unfortunately they don't seem to have released any other chips.

I currently have a core 2 duo 2.4ghz with 4gb ram and a nice SSD drive but very poor budget graphics card. .






Edited By: gummby on Aug 24, 2015 19:47: updated
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loiterer
Whatever, budget for a 980 Ti... I just bought one to replace the 660 I had. Every demanding game I've loaded since has run nVidia Experience optimised games at over 60fps (in most cases, well over). Unless you have a majority of CPU bound games, I'd recommend you acquire an 980Ti. Never having found a need to use the word before, awesome is the only one which sums the performance + it's absolutely silent.

It's a £500 GPU. I'd hope I could play games at 60FPS with it :)


Don't forget the £500 for a monitor that will actually make it sweat
loiterer
Whatever, budget for a 980 Ti... I just bought one to replace the 660 I had. Every demanding game I've loaded since has run nVidia Experience optimised games at over 60fps (in most cases, well over). Unless you have a majority of CPU bound games, I'd recommend you acquire an 980Ti. Never having found a need to use the word before, awesome is the only one which sums the performance + it's absolutely silent.


If adding a 980ti your going to need to budget another £400-500 for a 1440/144 monitor
gaming pc with the least effort put into the graphics card. u would rather downgrade everything else and upgrade the graphics
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Chillblast Fusion Firebird Gaming PC £1,199.00

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"Say for a moment that you quite fancy a complete gaming PC system with nothing less than the fastest gaming results available, but you also want to pay less than £1200. In that case you can stop read…
Goose74 Avatar3y, 8m agoFound 3 years, 8 months ago16 Comments
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bigsky
£1200 for something to play games on! What recession?

oO

You say that as if playing games is the only thing you can do on this PC.
ChampionshipManager
You can buy a Mac with the same specs for 400 bones.
I don't understand how some people can be sooo wrong. but of you're right please send a link.
I think his joke is that on most Mac deals people state you can get an equivalent PC for half the price
ChampionshipManager
You can buy a Mac with the same specs for 400 bones.

Stick another zero on the end and you might be right!
ChampionshipManager
You can buy a Mac with the same specs for 400 bones.
Mac! Give me a snow plough and a side order of chicken and chips.
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