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4.1GHz Intel Hexa Core i5 Gaming Desktop PC - 16GB, 2TB, 8GB RTX 2080 SUPER - £1180.99 @ CCL eBay
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4.1GHz Intel Hexa Core i5 Gaming Desktop PC - 16GB, 2TB, 8GB RTX 2080 SUPER - £1180.99 @ CCL eBay

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Posted 24th Aug

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What’s everyone’s thoughts? Looks like a good deal, but maybe I am being enticed by the SUPER. Specs are below - no SSD, but not an issue if you’re happy to buy+install one you’re self.

Intel Core i5 9400F 4.1GHz Turbo CPU
Massive 16GB Memory
Huge 2TB Hard Disk
Dedicated 8GB GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Graphics
3 Year Collect & Return Warranty
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Maybe would of been better with a 2070 and a better cpu.
Good price for a system with massive memory and a huge hard disk.
It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC Part Picker, so might be some value for people who don't want to self-build.

Just make sure to customise it and add (if you don't want to add them yourself later):

256gb SSD
Wireless Card
CPU cooler

Which brings it to £1,270
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Good price for a system with massive memory and a huge hard disk.
ianbeany24/08/2019 20:31

Good price for a system with massive memory and a huge hard disk.


Lol just copied that straight from the deal(embarrassed)
Edited by: "PreacherJ" 24th Aug
Maybe would of been better with a 2070 and a better cpu.
That CPU with a 2080 super
i5 9400(Press)F(to Pay Respects)
I think that CPU can F off.
Heat added. Just out of curiosity... will some one take time out to list the parts separately to see if it's cheaper to buy it then build it (it will be obviously) but by how much ?
It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC Part Picker, so might be some value for people who don't want to self-build.

Just make sure to customise it and add (if you don't want to add them yourself later):

256gb SSD
Wireless Card
CPU cooler

Which brings it to £1,270
ianbeany24/08/2019 20:31

Good price for a system with massive memory and a huge hard disk.


16gb gor 70 and hdd 50.Not so great.
Cold
khamito24/08/2019 21:10

It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC …It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC Part Picker, so might be some value for people who don't want to self-build.Just make sure to customise it and add (if you don't want to add them yourself later):256gb SSDWireless CardCPU coolerWhich brings it to £1,270


Awesome. Cheers mate. Heat added also to the OP for making us aware
the 9400f and other 6 threaded CPU's are already becoming a bottleneck in some games so something to bare in mind
Not bad, but it's kind of weird putting such a budget CPU in a build with a 2080 Super, lol.

Fine if you're wanting to play at a higher resolution at 60-144fps but if you're playing games competitively and have a 240hz 1080p monitor then you'd want a better CPU.
Zafir24/08/2019 22:17

Not bad, but it's kind of weird putting such a budget CPU in a build with …Not bad, but it's kind of weird putting such a budget CPU in a build with a 2080 Super, lol. Fine if you're wanting to play at a higher resolution at 60-144fps but if you're playing games competitively and have a 240hz 1080p monitor then you'd want a better CPU.


If you're playing competitively you're definitely not buying a pre-built pc like this.
It's not the 'best' cpu, I got myself a 9600k, but for most people it's not going to be a bottleneck. Most games these days are more dependent on the GPU, unless you're playing something like DCS which is heavily CPU bound. You're not going to have the best spec'd VR PC, and you're not gonna get your jollies off being at the top of benchmarks, but for most things it's going to run everything on max settings. Hell, my rx480 ran everything on max settings with an i5 760, albeit in 1080p
ChilliHead24/08/2019 20:34

Maybe would of been better with a 2070 and a better cpu.


Maybe would have been better with a have.
dreamager24/08/2019 23:37

If you're playing competitively you're definitely not buying a pre-built …If you're playing competitively you're definitely not buying a pre-built pc like this.It's not the 'best' cpu, I got myself a 9600k, but for most people it's not going to be a bottleneck. Most games these days are more dependent on the GPU, unless you're playing something like DCS which is heavily CPU bound. You're not going to have the best spec'd VR PC, and you're not gonna get your jollies off being at the top of benchmarks, but for most things it's going to run everything on max settings. Hell, my rx480 ran everything on max settings with an i5 760, albeit in 1080p


You'd be surprised with what people use to play competitive games I think. A lot of them are teens who are using what they can get their parents to buy. Unlikely that they'd build it themselves.

But yes, nothing I said disagrees with your point. I was using a 3570k with a 1080ti up until a few weeks ago and it was fine a lot of games. Was definitely starting to show its age with Assassins Creed Odyssey and The Division 2 though.
Scottc12324/08/2019 23:43

Maybe would have been better with a have.


What a life you must lead correcting grammar on the internet on Saturday night. You really need to get more.
emodan24/08/2019 21:52

the 9400f and other 6 threaded CPU's are already becoming a bottleneck in …the 9400f and other 6 threaded CPU's are already becoming a bottleneck in some games so something to bare in mind



No, they're not. Unless you're someone very silly who thinks playing 1080p at 120fps+ = bottlenecking.
That CPU is a bottleneck in reality, and needs an SSD and few other bits, but I still think it's a pretty solid deal considering the price. I'd personally save a bit more and get something a bit more well rounded though.
Edited by: "Dekard97" 25th Aug
Not with that CPU thank you
ChilliHead25/08/2019 00:08

What a life you must lead correcting grammar on the internet on Saturday …What a life you must lead correcting grammar on the internet on Saturday night. You really need to get more.



Someone has to do it. Or we'll continue to be a nation of illiterate grown ups.
Arkz25/08/2019 15:04

Someone has to do it. Or we'll continue to be a nation of illiterate grown …Someone has to do it. Or we'll continue to be a nation of illiterate grown ups.


Or French.... and we don't want that


Kidding kidding
9400f is a more than capable CPU for the 2080. I dunno why people are bad mouthing it. Do some research.
Buying this pc for 1200£ is like buying bike with golden frame and real leather seat.
( maybe just buy normal bike and save some money)
Edited by: "marlej23_" 26th Aug
Can anyone point me in the right direction to a decent gaming pc for my 12 year old. I realise building my own would be beneficial but this is not in my capabilities.

He normally plays the likes of Fortnite and Apex legends.

Budget up to £800ish

If it could play newer C.O.D games for n he that would be grand. TIA...
NeilAnderson280829/08/2019 18:06

Can anyone point me in the right direction to a decent gaming pc for my 12 …Can anyone point me in the right direction to a decent gaming pc for my 12 year old. I realise building my own would be beneficial but this is not in my capabilities.He normally plays the likes of Fortnite and Apex legends.Budget up to £800ishIf it could play newer C.O.D games for n he that would be grand. TIA...


I would say this is a good machine for the money, but slightly over your budget:

ebay.co.uk/itm/Killer-CCL-4-1GHz-Intel-Hexa-Core-i5-Gaming-Desktop-PC-16GB-2TB-RTX-2070-/381527009211

You can get it down further but it you won’t have SSD’s etc. If you’re happy to install the SSD yourself go for this:

ebay.co.uk/itm…243
Edited by: "PreacherJ" 30th Aug
that cpu with that gpu xD
khamito24/08/2019 21:10

It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC …It's about £1,120 to build this yourself to these specs according to PC Part Picker, so might be some value for people who don't want to self-build.Just make sure to customise it and add (if you don't want to add them yourself later):256gb SSDWireless CardCPU coolerWhich brings it to £1,270


I am obviously using PC Partpicker wrong, but can’t match your price. Can you share a link to your parts? If I can cannibalise my current PC and save money, that would be a bonus(y)
PreacherJ30/08/2019 04:43

I am obviously using PC Partpicker wrong, but can’t match your price. Can y …I am obviously using PC Partpicker wrong, but can’t match your price. Can you share a link to your parts? If I can cannibalise my current PC and save money, that would be a bonus(y)



uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…vw6
khamito30/08/2019 15:30

https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/VQMvw6


Amazing, cheers!(y)
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