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Intel I7 6700K 4.0GHz Fractal Node 304 GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 GTX 1080 8GB Gaming PC @ awd-it.co.uk £1,349.95

£1349.95 @ AWD-IT
ok i was looking at a new pc with new gpu etc and came across this. i could get it for about £12 cheaper on part picker by picking the cheapest 1080 they had in stock £589.99. there is no way i could … Read More
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11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago
ok i was looking at a new pc with new gpu etc and came across this. i could get it for about £12 cheaper on part picker by picking the cheapest 1080 they had in stock £589.99. there is no way i could build one myself and wouldnt attempt it to be honest. basically is this a good deal for this gaming pc, i would probably get 16gb RAM for an extra £38.95 and i have windows 10 for it and a 2tb HDD. If its pants can someone tell me why (in idiot speak please) or if someone has similar or better around the same price i would be greatful.

here is all the specs etc

Intel I7 6700K 4.0GHz Fractal Node 304 GA-Z170N-Gaming 5 GTX 1080 8GB Gaming PC

- Prebuilt and configured. Just turn it on and away you go! (Providing you have an Operating System installed)
- 8GB Dual Channel DDR4 3000Mhz memory delivers fast load times (£38.95 more for 16gb RAM upgrade)
- Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 8GB
- Play the latest gaming titles at the highest detail
- Quad Core Intel I7 6700K 4.0Ghz processing performance
- 1080p & 4K Ultra HD Support
- HDMI & DVI Support
- Quad Monitor Support
- Future Proof and Upgradeable
System Specification
- Case: Fractal Node 304
- Power Supply: Corsair CS650M 650W Gold Rated PSU
- CPU: Intel Core I7-6700K
- Motherboard: Gigabyte Z170N-Gaming 5 Motherboard
- Cooler: Standard Cooling
- RAM: Corsair Veangeance LPX 3000Mhz DDR4 Dual Channel Kit - Options Available to Upgrade
- Hard Drive: Samsung 500GB 850 EVO SSD Included
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#1
Good unit and your suggestions are spot on.
#2
No PC will ever be "Future Proof", awesome machine though for "now" :)
#3
can I pay more to upgrade the motherboard?
1 Like #4
Or just buy a ps4, xbox 1 s, medium tier laptop and with the change a smart TV.

Edited By: dusktilldawn on Aug 04, 2016 22:51
#5
dusktilldawn
Or just buy a ps4, xbox 1 s, medium tier laptop and with the change a smart TV.

ive got all them thanks. it was a gaming pc i was looking for lol. must be a pants deal anyway as going cold so i guess i will keep looking. if any one has a link for something similar but obviously cheaper as this is so cold , id appreciate links if you guys could. looking to get something quite soon.
#6
They are not that hard to build. Honestly. I think it's cold as you would be mad to spend that amount on a rig. The oem is making some silly profit there.
1 Like #7
billysablo
dusktilldawn
Or just buy a ps4, xbox 1 s, medium tier laptop and with the change a smart TV.

ive got all them thanks. it was a gaming pc i was looking for lol. must be a pants deal anyway as going cold so i guess i will keep looking. if any one has a link for something similar but obviously cheaper as this is so cold , id appreciate links if you guys could. looking to get something quite soon.


Either that or there's a bunch of cheapskates voting cold cos they want to find a pc of this spec in tesco for a £1.58 price glitch.
#8
http://www.very.co.uk/gaming-dvd/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops-pcs/e/b/117124.end example and cheaper. You csn just switch out and install a different graphics card.
#9
dusktilldawn
http://www.very.co.uk/gaming-dvd/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops-pcs/e/b/117124.end example and cheaper. You csn just switch out and install a different graphics card.

you cant swap anything out with very , the only 1080 i7 i see there is £1499 with a 2tb HDD i dont need. thanks though
#10
5Rivers79
billysablo
dusktilldawn
Or just buy a ps4, xbox 1 s, medium tier laptop and with the change a smart TV.
ive got all them thanks. it was a gaming pc i was looking for lol. must be a pants deal anyway as going cold so i guess i will keep looking. if any one has a link for something similar but obviously cheaper as this is so cold , id appreciate links if you guys could. looking to get something quite soon.

Either that or there's a bunch of cheapskates voting cold cos they want to find a pc of this spec in tesco for a £1.58 price glitch.

im starting to think this may be true unfortunately :( but maybe someone will link to something a lot cheaper and i will get it. i really dont mind the cold if i get something better :D
#11
No I mean that was an example. You just go and order a new card and install it yourself. Try novatech

http://www.novatech.co.uk/pc/gaming/

Edited By: dusktilldawn on Aug 04, 2016 23:31
#12
dusktilldawn
No I mean that was an example. You just go and order a new card and install it yourself. Try novatech

no sorry an example would have been a link to a pc that i could get and swap a card and it work out cheaper than getting the one i posted. assuming i could get top dollar for the old card as well. as i said i can get it £13 cheaper from part picker but i dont wanna build anything. i couldnt build it no matter how simple many will say it is :P

thanks anyway
#13
billysablo
dusktilldawn
No I mean that was an example. You just go and order a new card and install it yourself. Try novatech
no sorry an example would have been a link to a pc that i could get and swap a card and it work out cheaper than getting the one i posted. assuming i could get top dollar for the old card as well. as i said i can get it £13 cheaper from part picker but i dont wanna build anything. i couldnt build it no matter how simple many will say it is :P
thanks anyway
Check the link above.
#14
dusktilldawn
billysablo
dusktilldawn
No I mean that was an example. You just go and order a new card and install it yourself. Try novatech
no sorry an example would have been a link to a pc that i could get and swap a card and it work out cheaper than getting the one i posted. assuming i could get top dollar for the old card as well. as i said i can get it £13 cheaper from part picker but i dont wanna build anything. i couldnt build it no matter how simple many will say it is :P
thanks anyway
Check the link above.


£2199 for cheapest i7 i could see with a gtx 1080 unless im missing something :(
#15
billysablo
dusktilldawn
billysablo
dusktilldawn
No I mean that was an example. You just go and order a new card and install it yourself. Try novatech
no sorry an example would have been a link to a pc that i could get and swap a card and it work out cheaper than getting the one i posted. assuming i could get top dollar for the old card as well. as i said i can get it £13 cheaper from part picker but i dont wanna build anything. i couldnt build it no matter how simple many will say it is :P
thanks anyway
Check the link above.
£2199 for cheapest i7 i could see with a gtx 1080 unless im missing something :(
I5 is better for gaming mate.you can pick a lower spec and upgrade.
2 Likes #16
The only thing other than the memory would be the 1080GTX included. Probably a standard one. Would be better to get an EVGA FTW or MSI Gaming or Gigabyte G1 edition. Anyway, nothing wrong with it, can't comment on the price as you've said you wouldn't want to build it yourself. For components - very nice.
1 Like #17
howardkent1
The only thing other than the memory would be the 1080GTX included. Probably a standard one. Would be better to get an EVGA FTW or MSI Gaming or Gigabyte G1 edition. Anyway, nothing wrong with it, can't comment on the price as you've said you wouldn't want to build it yourself. For components - very nice.

thanks :) i will maybe hold off lol and wait for the 1080 to drop a few quid or until i see a hot deal here :) building is out of the question i tried , too shaky and not enough patience.
#18
Give them a call if you are not sure and they will give you support. They are not far from reading if you are close to that area. Its a big investment. Just don't get ripped off the features are good on what you listed. But what are the benefits. And what are you going to use it for. If it's games the card will be old after 6 months to a year anyway.
1 Like #19
I'd say it's about on the money. you're not crazy to budget this amount (my mate spent around £3000 on a self build a year ago - because he can). Too many cheapskates on here who vote cold just because it's out of their price range.
Anyway, I'd go 16GB ram and maybe drop to I5 if it's purely a gaming pc. Personally, I'd want to know the gpu brand (evga/asus/gigabyte/msi all good).
1 Like #20
yeah its for gaming and i realise any card will be old in 6-12 months. just if i get this now , when it drops in price in a year could throw another gpu in it (i think , from what i read the motherboard can take 2). im basically looking something good now with minimal upgrade in maybe a 12-18 months (sli gpu). i think i will just hold off for the next hot i7 / 1080 deal that comes up as although id like it now i can wait it out a bit as well :) thanks for your input people :) appreciated
1 Like #21
1080 will be great for a fair few years, my 780ti still plays any game at highest settings, only at 1080P mind you, but thats all i need, was like £600 only 2+ years ago thou.
#22
Gtx 1080 etc have been a big jump from the previous generation (16 vs 28) and I dont think you'll see that again for another four years (10 va 16) . All gfx cards are old after six months, including the one you get in six months. i5 is fine for gaming, 8gb is sufficient for a year or three.
I would phone, them up and get some bling added like a hue rgb lighting rig, at no extra cost
and maybe throw in a game or five (of your choice)
#23
I heard the
1080 is just a tweaked and rebrandrd 980 so save money get a 980 and get a proper large case, that thing will eventually start to overheat when the fans start sucking dust in!!!
5 Likes #24
cuslund
I heard the
1080 is just a tweaked and rebrandrd 980 so save money get a 980 and get a proper large case, that thing will eventually start to overheat when the fans start sucking dust in!!!
You heard wrong. Very wrong.

Like how are you that wrong.
2 Likes #25
Everyone's waiting for the price of 1080 to drop. But as is true every time, it only drops when nobody is waiting any more.
#26
This thing is gonna thermal throttle like mad.
#27
I gave it heat based on the current offer, but if you upgrade memory and hard drive it gets a bit pricey.
#28
Upgrading myself but making custom but this build is close to be self picked. Got myself bargain with 1080 n i7 6700k thats why going custom. Have heat

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