Vibox Pegasus 18 Gaming PC - with Warthunder Game Bundle, Windows 10 (3.6GHz Intel i7 Quad Core Processor, Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti Graphics Card, 240GB Solid State Drive, 3TB Hard Drive, 32GB RAM, NZXT S340 (White) Case Amazon £1003.87 - HotUKDeals
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Vibox Pegasus 18 Gaming PC - with Warthunder Game Bundle, Windows 10 (3.6GHz Intel i7 Quad Core Processor, Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti Graphics Card, 240GB Solid State Drive, 3TB Hard Drive, 32GB RAM, NZXT S340 (White) Case Amazon £1,003.87

£1003.87 @ Amazon
3.6GHz (4.0GHz Turbo Speed) Super Fast Intel i7 4790 Quad 4-Core CPU Haswell Advanced Processor Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Advanced Dedicated Graphics Card 32GB Kingston HyperX Fury White 1600MHz… Read More
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
3.6GHz (4.0GHz Turbo Speed) Super Fast Intel i7 4790 Quad 4-Core CPU Haswell Advanced Processor
Nvidia Geforce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Advanced Dedicated Graphics Card
32GB Kingston HyperX Fury White 1600MHz DDR3 RAM Memory
240GB Solid State Drive for Rapid Booting + 3000GB (3TB) Hard Drive Storage Space
Windows 10 OS installed, Exclusive WarThunder Game Voucher Bundle and Vibox Lifetime Evolution Guarantee
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5m, 2w agoFound 5 months, 2 weeks ago
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2 Likes #1
good spec pc but older tech, in my opinion i think you could build a better spec cheaper, although i think for a pre-built with high spec it may be worth it for someone. nice find op.
1 Like #2
mcon
good spec pc but older tech, in my opinion i think you could build a better spec cheaper, although i think for a pre-built with high spec it may be worth it for someone. nice find op.

Deffo old tech. I think you'd be hard pushed to build a custom machine for that price.

No details on PSU/motherboard tho. Picked up a server just recently, and this would have been a very tempting alternative

Edited By: TeamMCS on Dec 11, 2016 19:00
1 Like #3
indeed old tech
#4
Pc part picked it using bottom basement options https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/LTpbRG looks like a good deal if a generation out of step.
1 Like #5
portbhoy3000
Pc part picked it using bottom basement options https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/LTpbRG looks like a good deal if a generation out of step.
Do you have a Titan X, if not then your 5 generations out of step. Yes I think this logic is stupid.(_;)
#6
portbhoy3000
Pc part picked it using bottom basement options https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/LTpbRG looks like a good deal if a generation out of step.

Only thing with this is that the no-one is going to buy a 980ti for £499.99 and i7-4790 for £285.27
4 Likes #7
This maybe old tech but the 4790 still sits on top/on par with the 6700k and the 980ti will still be useable for years to come.
1 Like #8
You probably wouldn't buy some of these parts, but for the price it's still a good buy.

Only thing I can say is, is 32gb ram necessary? Lol
3 Likes #9
980ti is comparable to 1070 as well, for now.
2 Likes #10
For £1000 this is really good imo, if building this pc I would calculate all the parts to cost a minimum of £1400
#11
Should be able to get a 6700k and GTX 1070 for this price then it would be worthwhile...nothing special here otherwise so not voting either way...
#12
Shows as over 2 grand?
#13
that's a sweet-looking case but seems a little steep for the privilege of having a PC with those parts pre-built for you.
#14
actually a good value prebuilt - the GPU and CPU may be older but more recent equivalents have been more geared toward efficiency than outright power so you aren't losing much real-use grunt. nowt beats building your own but if you factor in the hours spent researching bits, ordering from cheapest supplier, waiting for everything to arrive bit by bit then the assembly, cable routing, fan flow tweaking, then all the windows installing and driver updating then having it show up in a nice ready-to-use package doesn't seem that bad.

me i'd never give up that magic moment when you power up for the first time whether it's a naked motherboard , sat on your desk with cables running in every direction to the dissected components around it turned on by jamming a screwdriver across it's power button pins or when you finally get everything in the case with wires hidden away and the satisfaction of a job well done. after several heart-stopping moments where a new build has failed to post because i've forgot a fiddly extra 4-pin power cable or similar i would consider going the easy route though :S

and for all that typing, i've checked the link and it seems to be over 2grand now anyway, expired ?
#15
http://www.awd-it.co.uk/awd-z1-intel-i5-6400-3.3ghz-gtx-1060-6gb-ddr5-vr-gaming-pc.html
is this not a better deal? you can change to the best processor and graphics card and it is still under £1000
#16
Where are you going to get the best processor and graphics card for around £400? When it was published that was hands down the best deal I've seen for the hardware installed! Of course it's expired so moot point now.

Edited By: portbhoy3000 on Dec 15, 2016 10:43: spelling

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