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Scan Gamer 5 1060 PC, Intel Core i5 7400 "Kaby Lake", 8GB DDR4, 6GB EVGA GTX 1060, 1TB HDD, Win 10 £831.48 @ Scan

£831.48 @ Scan
SCAN GAMER 5 1060 The VR Ready Gamer 5 1060 includes the latest "Pascal" 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card. This powerful GPU is accompanied by Intel’s latest "Kaby Lake" Core i5 7400 Quad … Read More
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SCAN GAMER 5 1060

The VR Ready Gamer 5 1060 includes the latest "Pascal" 6GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 graphics card. This powerful GPU is accompanied by Intel’s latest "Kaby Lake" Core i5 7400 Quad Core CPU that runs at 3.0GHz. The Gamer 5 1060 also includes 8GB of Corsair Vengeance 2133MHz DDR4, an Asus H110 motherboard and a 1TB hard disk.

Looks quite decent price for a prebuilt 1080p gaming unit, comes with 2 year warranty.

Free delivery for AV Forum members. (Minus 11.50 delivery fee for AVForum members)
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1 Like #1
Nice spec but only 8GB ram?
2 Likes #2
Nice specs sure, but around £250 more than the parts are worth!!!!
1 Like #3
The chassis looks a bit crap? This is more than £300 more than the parts worth
3 Likes #4
Priced up on overclockers (cos I'm bored) the seperate exact bits would come in at just less than £800 including a full price windows 10 oem.

Having someone build it, test it and install everything for £20ish seems worth it to me.

There are some weird people out there who like manual labour and prefer to waste their lives building it themselves. Try to ignore them ;D
#5
The deal itself is ok for a pre-built system but not an exciting price.

kilboy
Priced up on overclockers (cos I'm bored) the seperate exact bits would come in at just less than £800 including a full price windows 10 oem.
Having someone build it, test it and install everything for £20ish seems worth it to me.
There are some weird people out there who like manual labour and prefer to waste their lives building it themselves. Try to ignore them ;D

lol

There are lots of people on this site who would rather build their own than pay inflated prices. They like the £££ to stay in their pocket. It is why we are here.

Full price windows install...there are lots of people on this site who would prefer not to pay the MicroShaft tax. I dont blame them.
1 Like #6
No SSD? At this price, that's criminal.
#7
I pick up the( rx 480 model i5 6500 8 gig off ram 240 ssd and a 1tb hard drive ) for 700 pound from scan on black Friday it's been great to use also you get 3 years warranty.
1 Like #8
kilboy
Priced up on overclockers (cos I'm bored) the seperate exact bits would come in at just less than £800 including a full price windows 10 oem.

Having someone build it, test it and install everything for £20ish seems worth it to me.

There are some weird people out there who like manual labour and prefer to waste their lives building it themselves. Try to ignore them ;D


you know people actually enjoy building pc's right? the same as some people enjoy building cars, renovating houses, same principal. but if you can get a pc build with the exact components you want for a competitive price and aren't comfortable doing it themselves then great... but don't knock people and label them weird for wanting to do it themselves, it's not life wasting when you consider it a hobby.
#9
Building your own PC doesn't seem like a hobby, if it's something you only do every 3-4 years.

But as llennyyyy says there's no need to mock anyone who wants to build their own, and it's hardly manual labour, sitting in your underwear plugging things in. One of the simplest things to do, when it comes to tech.



Edited By: jeds on Jan 08, 2017 21:39
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jeds
Building your own PC doesn't seem like a hobby, if it's something you only do every 3-4 years.
But as llennyyyy says there's no need to mock anyone who wants to build their own, and it's hardly manual labour, sitting in your underwear plugging things in. One of the simplest things to do, when it comes to tech.
I have rebuilt my pc 4 times in the past 2 years including the initial setup, why? To clean it thoroughly or upgrade core components which included full clean. If you buy a pre built pc because you don't want to run the risk of putting it together yourself or don't have that kind of time to do it but will easily sit through a Lord of the Rings film (3 hours tops) then the assumption is that it'll just get run in to the ground, cpu compound will eventually dry up, blankets of dust will appear and become a fire hazard if it doesn't short the circuit beforehand. There's plenty of reasons to spare those few hours every now and then. It preserves the performance and extends life expectancy. It's one of the things I like doing anyway but appreciate it's not everyones cup of tea. I just think when it comes to owning a high/mid range PC there an expense that comes with it and you should have confidence and time to be able to strip it out every now and then.

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