Gaming PC AMD A8 3.8 GHz,Radeon R7 Graphics, 16 GB Memory, 1TB Hard Drive £376.99 @ CCL/Ebay - HotUKDeals
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Gaming PC AMD A8 3.8 GHz,Radeon R7 Graphics, 16 GB Memory, 1TB Hard Drive £376.99 @ CCL/Ebay

£376.99 @ eBay
Brand new from eBay. Pretty good parts especially for the price. Read More
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Brand new from eBay. Pretty good parts especially for the price.
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terrible CPU and the GPU isn't good for modern games, you can easily get a better core i5 desktop around this price or less
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Its just this mobo/processor kit with whatever end of the line bargain bin bits they had added on.

APU= the in-built graphics chip on the processor.

The RAM looks so out of place.. 16gb HyperX black 1866?! That cant be right.


Edit; same PC different RAM £100 cheaper, CCL have jammed in RAM they themselves are selling for £61 and charging £100.

Edited By: catbeans on Aug 12, 2016 00:37: Added other pc
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catbeans
Edit; same PC different RAM £100 cheaper, CCL have jammed in RAM they themselves are selling for £61 and charging £100.

The cost difference looks about right. The CCL one is £100 more and has a slightly better motherboard, more and faster memory (which would help with APU graphics) and has Windows 10 included too. Let's say £5 extra for the board, £15-20 for the RAM and £75-£80 for Windows 10 and there's the price difference.

That said, as a gaming PC it will be lacklustre. Anything modern would have to be run at 720p on low-medium - this is only really good for something like League of Legends or Dota. If you could stretch further you could probably get an i3 and GTX 750Ti/950 for under £400 which would play games decently.

Edited By: LordAlu on Aug 12, 2016 09:36
#4
LordAlu
catbeans
Edit; same PC different RAM £100 cheaper, CCL have jammed in RAM they themselves are selling for £61 and charging £100.
The cost difference looks about right. The CCL one is £100 more and has a slightly better motherboard, more and faster memory (which would help with APU graphics) and has Windows 10 included too. Let's say £5 extra for the board, £15-20 for the RAM and £75-£80 for Windows 10 and there's the price difference.
That said, as a gaming PC it will be lacklustre. Anything modern would have to be run at 720p on low-medium - this is only really good for something like League of Legends or Dota. If you could stretch further you could probably get an i3 and GTX 750Ti/950 for under £400 which would play games decently.

I didn't look at the mobo or OS my bad.

Though it probably has an OEM key that CCL could get for ~£10
#5
jayd95
terrible CPU and the GPU isn't good for modern games, you can easily get a better core i5 desktop around this price or less

Incorrect. The APUs aren't that bad of an iGPU. You can easily play BF4 with alright settings using the iGPU. But I have the agree, you're going to be looking at getting a dedicated GPU at some point.

Besides which I managed to build a (what was their flagship APU at the time) A10 7870k build for £200 with a Thermaltake cube case and stuck a 7850 in there I had lying about.
#6
M0nk3h
jayd95
terrible CPU and the GPU isn't good for modern games, you can easily get a better core i5 desktop around this price or less

Incorrect. The APUs aren't that bad of an iGPU. You can easily play BF4 with alright settings using the iGPU. But I have the agree, you're going to be looking at getting a dedicated GPU at some point.

Besides which I managed to build a (what was their flagship APU at the time) A10 7870k build for £200 with a Thermaltake cube case and stuck a 7850 in there I had lying about.


dont get me wrong it's a good all rounder cpu when you pay an appropriate price for it but for nearly £400 you can get an i5 PC and upgrade the GPU later
#7
AMD urgh

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