Yoyotech Warbird-rs10v2 Gaming (MSI 1060 6GB, Core i5 6600K) £799.99 (+£19.99 del) - HotUKDeals
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Yoyotech Warbird-rs10v2 Gaming (MSI 1060 6GB, Core i5 6600K) £799.99 (+£19.99 del)

£799.99 @ yoyotech
Part pickers comes to about £750 (allowed only £25 for Windows, £17.99 for cooler), so not bad for £799.99 with 3 year warranty (First 30 days - FREE Collect and Return on fault - 1st Year Covers full… Read More
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9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago
Part pickers comes to about £750 (allowed only £25 for Windows, £17.99 for cooler), so not bad for £799.99 with 3 year warranty (First 30 days - FREE Collect and Return on fault - 1st Year Covers full Parts and Labour Return to Base - 2nd and 3rd Year Labour Only Return to Base)

http://www.yoyotech.co.uk/warbird-rs10v2-gaming-desktop

Digital Foundry did a similar build (slight better specs) - so about similar performance expectations (1080p max details most games will get 60fps or more)

http://www.eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2016-lets-build-a-1080p60-gaming-pc
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#1
I got around £700. So not incredible deal imo but should do for some

Edited By: JimBobJr on Sep 10, 2016 20:10: d
#2
This months PC Pro has a review of this exact pc...

https://i.imgsafe.org/4639ed8d36.jpg
#3
The "3 year warranty" isn't worth much if it only covers parts for 1 year.
#4
zulm
This months PC Pro has a review of this exact pc...https://i.imgsafe.org/4639ed8d36.jpg

I didn't realise PC Pro was still going! Guess it's just the online presence that has disappeared
#5
phoenix198
I didn't realise PC Pro was still going! Guess it's just the online presence that has disappeared

Oh it's still going, I guess old habits die hard, I brought the 1st issue on release, now looking up when that was, it was back in 1994 oO They are still online just re-branded the online as http://www.alphr.com/ I know it's sad knowing all this :p
#6
not really a 3 year warranty
#7
JimBobJr
I got around £700. So not incredible deal imo but should do for some
wouldn't bother with that 1060

Edited By: donbarney on Sep 18, 2016 00:55
1 Like #8
But can't a laptop or tablet deliver the same power for a cheaper price? ;)X)
#9
SupaShoppa
But can't a laptop or tablet deliver the same power for a cheaper price? ;)X)


Of course not
#10
In 10 years time this will be obsolete.
3 Likes #11
GlentoranMark
In 10 years time this will be obsolete.


Cheers Captain Obvious
#12
Yoyotech are reputable for anyone concerned. Bought a custom build PC from them before for work and been very happy wih it for the last couple of years
#13
audin
GlentoranMark
In 10 years time this will be obsolete.
Cheers Captain Obvious
It was a joke but PM me your address and I'll send you some chill pills ;)
#14
The "3 year warranty" isn't worth much if it only covers parts for 1 year


Very true. labour is minimum.
#15
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.

i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.

Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
#16
GlentoranMark
audin
GlentoranMark
In 10 years time this will be obsolete.
Cheers Captain Obvious
It was a joke but PM me your address and I'll send you some chill pills ;)


for free? get that posted as a deal. HOT HOT HOT.
#17
imcconvey
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.
i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.
Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...
#18
This seems like a pretty good deal....plus it's customisable (so you can add an SSD with the OS on it)
#19
AStonedRaichu
SupaShoppa
But can't a laptop or tablet deliver the same power for a cheaper price? ;)X)
Of course not

Really? oO
#20
mamboboy
imcconvey
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.
i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.
Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...


i got that CPU in my mini itx htpc and apparently my mobo allows me to over clock it with multiplier
#21
mamboboy
imcconvey
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.
i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.
Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...

mamboboy
imcconvey
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.
i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.
Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...

How can you say that when people still use the 2500k? that thing pairs with 1070s fine, granted ARMA and Total War, may notice something, but saying a Skylake (Most recent intel cpu) is a bottleneck, nonsense ???
#22
Isn't this a better deal? Only differences seem to be the 6600k vs 6400k and cooling system vs £820 and £672:

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/awd-z1-intel-i5-6400-3-3ghz-gtx-1060-6gb-ddr5-vr-gaming-pc-569-99-2502510
#23
mamboboy
imcconvey
Cold. I just recently put together a system for £700.
i5 6500
Asus Matrix 980Ti
blah blah.
Prebuilts... LOL. Get rob'd.
But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...
You clearly have no clue what you are talking about. Try harder.

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