PC Specialist Gaming Desktop - Intel i5-6600 QC, 16GB RAM, 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX 1070 Graphics, Windows 10 - £826.00 via Amazon - HotUKDeals
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PC Specialist Gaming Desktop - Intel i5-6600 QC, 16GB RAM, 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX 1070 Graphics, Windows 10 - £826.00 via Amazon

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Been looking for a while and this looks a good spec for the money...does the seller look legit ? Read More
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Been looking for a while and this looks a good spec for the money...does the seller look legit ?
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#1
Also does the seller look legit ?
1 Like #2
I wouldn't buy it. Components are a little cheap. Also DJ Wholesale 2014.......sounds like the sort of person with great aftersales service
#3
daudiamd
Also does the seller look legit ?

97% positive in the last 12 months (77 ratings)

Not enough to keep this deal up :(
#4
It's a good buy, especially for the build. The Ram, GPU, CPU and windows 10 would cost around £700 depending where you got then from then cost of everything else but you'll be covered by amazon. Still, have to be careful.
#5
It's the same one flogging the cheap 1080 deal. They sell bin numbers for houses. Do not buy this

Edited By: corrazy on Feb 10, 2017 22:37: Edit cause just
#6
DJ Wholesale's storefront
1 Like #7
It's a hacked trader. Look at the reviews. Are those people talking about wheelie bin numbers really getting cheap tech?
#8
corrazy
It's a hacked trader. Look at the reviews. Are those people talking about wheelie bin numbers really getting cheap tech?

Thats what I was thinking...
#9
ill side with turkey on this front unless its shipped and sold by amazon for this price awfully risky.no heat for me sorry
#10
daudiamd
corrazy
It's a hacked trader. Look at the reviews. Are those people talking about wheelie bin numbers really getting cheap tech?

Thats what I was thinking...


Absolutely, look for the gtx 1080 posted recently, same trader and it happens all the time. If it looks too good more often than not it is.
#11
corrazy
daudiamd
corrazy
It's a hacked trader. Look at the reviews. Are those people talking about wheelie bin numbers really getting cheap tech?
Thats what I was thinking...
Absolutely, look for the gtx 1080 posted recently, same trader and it happens all the time. If it looks too good more often than not it is.


Thanks, can someone please expire as I'd rather wait and go with a trusted seller

Edited By: daudiamd on Feb 10, 2017 22:46
#12
If you want to get a prebuilt desktop, your best option would be the actual pc specialist website. I've got a few laptop over the years from them. Quite easy to work with. Other options would be scan.co.uk, novatech, etc. You should able to get something quite good
#13
corrazy
If you want to get a prebuilt desktop, your best option would be the actual pc specialist website. I've got a few laptop over the years from them. Quite easy to work with. Other options would be scan.co.uk, novatech, etc. You should able to get something quite good

Ok will look, my budget was around £750-800 and this looked really good, oh well.
#14
daudiamd
corrazy
If you want to get a prebuilt desktop, your best option would be the actual pc specialist website. I've got a few laptop over the years from them. Quite easy to work with. Other options would be scan.co.uk, novatech, etc. You should able to get something quite good

Ok will look, my budget was around £750-800 and this looked really good, oh well.


It's a fantastic price for what it is, but I've seen these deals far too often unfortunately. Out of interest, what games would be wanting to play and might be able to get you in the right direction
1 Like #15
This is a scam/hacked seller avoid DJ Wholesale 2014. They have numerous graphics cards way below retail price but not legit. I keep getting price watch alerts with this seller. Check their other items such as the Nvidia GTX 1070/1080 all are fake listings.
#16
corrazy
daudiamd
corrazy
If you want to get a prebuilt desktop, your best option would be the actual pc specialist website. I've got a few laptop over the years from them. Quite easy to work with. Other options would be scan.co.uk, novatech, etc. You should able to get something quite good
Ok will look, my budget was around £750-800 and this looked really good, oh well.
It's a fantastic price for what it is, but I've seen these deals far too often unfortunately. Out of interest, what games would be wanting to play and might be able to get you in the right direction

I've been away from gaming for some years, would be great to have something that will play whatever I like for the next 2-3 years and then upgrade the processor/card/ram as I go along?
#17
Could you wait for a few more weeks? Amd are due to release their first competitive processor in around a decade (if all is true) and that could potentially help lower prices a little bit. They have a graphics card coming too but it'll likely be high end and not really affect the lower ones too much. If you can get till the end of February, prices will maybe be out and possibly make the cost a little cheaper or push something a bit better into your budget. I'd look for something with one of the amd rx470/480 or nvidia gtx 1060 graphics cards too which should get you by for a while without having to worry much about upgrading soon
#18
corrazy
Could you wait for a few more weeks? Amd are due to release their first competitive processor in around a decade (if all is true) and that could potentially help lower prices a little bit. They have a graphics card coming too but it'll likely be high end and not really affect the lower ones too much. If you can get till the end of February, prices will maybe be out and possibly make the cost a little cheaper or push something a bit better into your budget. I'd look for something with one of the amd rx470/480 or nvidia gtx 1060 graphics cards too which should get you by for a while without having to worry much about upgrading soon

Ok thanks for that good to know, happy to wait but not too long, with PC tech you could be waiting forever as new stuff gets released :)
#19
daudiamd
corrazy
Could you wait for a few more weeks? Amd are due to release their first competitive processor in around a decade (if all is true) and that could potentially help lower prices a little bit. They have a graphics card coming too but it'll likely be high end and not really affect the lower ones too much. If you can get till the end of February, prices will maybe be out and possibly make the cost a little cheaper or push something a bit better into your budget. I'd look for something with one of the amd rx470/480 or nvidia gtx 1060 graphics cards too which should get you by for a while without having to worry much about upgrading soon

Ok thanks for that good to know, happy to wait but not too long, with PC tech you could be waiting forever as new stuff gets released :)


There's always something new :)
I was messing around with google and randomly found this on games website (didn't know they sold pcs lol) http://www.game.co.uk/en/m/ocuk-gambit-g3n-p2-intel-core-i5-6400-gtx-1060-6gb-8gb-ram-1667341.
I've no idea what the parts are other than the description so can't say if they are good quality or. It but that's an idea of what prices would probably be around. If you don't mind a few weeks though definitely wait too see what the amd processors can do. If nothing else they should at least bring prices down a little bit

Edited By: corrazy on Feb 10, 2017 23:10: Spelling
#20
Nice one, I'll wait and see what happens to the market....
corrazy
daudiamd
corrazy
Could you wait for a few more weeks? Amd are due to release their first competitive processor in around a decade (if all is true) and that could potentially help lower prices a little bit. They have a graphics card coming too but it'll likely be high end and not really affect the lower ones too much. If you can get till the end of February, prices will maybe be out and possibly make the cost a little cheaper or push something a bit better into your budget. I'd look for something with one of the amd rx470/480 or nvidia gtx 1060 graphics cards too which should get you by for a while without having to worry much about upgrading soon
Ok thanks for that good to know, happy to wait but not too long, with PC tech you could be waiting forever as new stuff gets released :)
There's always something new :)
I was messing around with google and randomly found this on games website (didn't know they sold pcs lol) http://www.game.co.uk/en/m/ocuk-gambit-g3n-p2-intel-core-i5-6400-gtx-1060-6gb-8gb-ram-1667341.
I've no idea what the parts are other than the description so can't say if they are good quality or. It but that's an idea of what prices would probably be around. If you don't mind a few weeks though definitely wait too see what the amd processors can do. If nothing else they should at least bring prices down a little bit

Nice one, I'll wait and see what happens to the market....

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