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AlphaSync Canine Ryzen 7 RTX 2080 16GB 2TB HDD 240GB SSD Gaming PC £1,199.93 at Ebuyer
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AlphaSync Canine Ryzen 7 RTX 2080 16GB 2TB HDD 240GB SSD Gaming PC £1,199.93 at Ebuyer

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Posted 5th Jan

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Decent spec prebuilt with 3 year warranty. I did a pcpartpicker list here uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…cMc which doesn't include WiFi card or Windows so dearer to buy the parts separately. & build yourself. Good for anyone not wanting to self build.
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Processor

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz

Boost up to 4.3GHz

8 Cores

Memory

16GB DDR4

2 x DIMM Slot

Storage

2TB HDD

240GB SSD

Software

Operating System: Windows 10 Home

Display

Not Included

Graphics

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Aero 8GB

Networking

WIFI

Power Supply

650W Corsair VS

Dimensions

Case Corsair Carbide SPEC-06 White

Width 215 mm

Depth 455 mm

Height 474 mm

Interfaces

Front

2 x USB 3.0

Rear

4 x USB 2.0

2 x USB 3.0

1 x HDMI

3 x DisplayPort

1 x Type-C Display

Drive Bays (Spare)

3 x 2.5"

1 x 3.5"

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1x16GB
Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't particularly want.
I'd rather have 2 sticks of ram, a different case and a better version of the 2080.
It cost me £1100 to build my pc last year but I got the parts I wanted.
Be better customising a pc somewhere else I would say.
Paul_93R05/01/2020 17:42

Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't …Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't particularly want.I'd rather have 2 sticks of ram, a different case and a better version of the 2080.It cost me £1100 to build my pc last year but I got the parts I wanted.Be better customising a pc somewhere else I would say.


I agree entirely, I would choose parts I wanted & build myself every time but I posted the deal because not everyone can or would even consider building themselves, The deal is aimed at those guys/gals.
Edited by: "Bepto" 5th Jan
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1x16GB
Fit that. Heat
Lot of wang for your buck
Bit of a Dog ?
Sie_Masz05/01/2020 16:47

In a Ryzen based rig for 1.2k?Not too reasonable.


Single channel
Not bad for a 2080RTX. HDD is bad, should be 1-2TB of NVMe M.2.
This is a really decent machine for the price. Paid a bit more than that for a 2070 SUPER machine I built (albeit more expensive parts elsewhere, plus flashy RGB lighting ).
Terrible....Signal Channel ram and 240GB of storage? wtf? thats like 80GB after windows and a game without total slow down of the operating system.
Agreed. HDD + SSD is terrible value and 1 x stick of 16GB.Cold from me.
Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't particularly want.
I'd rather have 2 sticks of ram, a different case and a better version of the 2080.
It cost me £1100 to build my pc last year but I got the parts I wanted.
Be better customising a pc somewhere else I would say.
Paul_93R05/01/2020 17:42

Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't …Its cheaper than the sum of its parts but it's using parts I wouldn't particularly want.I'd rather have 2 sticks of ram, a different case and a better version of the 2080.It cost me £1100 to build my pc last year but I got the parts I wanted.Be better customising a pc somewhere else I would say.


I agree entirely, I would choose parts I wanted & build myself every time but I posted the deal because not everyone can or would even consider building themselves, The deal is aimed at those guys/gals.
Edited by: "Bepto" 5th Jan
It's not actually that bad? Just get another stick a decent m.2 if you cba to build yourself
Bepto05/01/2020 17:45

I agree entirely, I would choose parts I wanted & build myself every time …I agree entirely, I would choose parts I wanted & build myself every time but I posted the deal because not everyone can or would even consider building themselves, The deal is aimed at those guys/gals.


Yeah I know. Its not a bad deal and I'm for pre builds.
But there are places that give you a few more customisation options.
Just feel this has a few niggly things like the card that would stop me going for this one.
Edited by: "Paul_93R" 5th Jan
That particular RTX 2080 Aero on the parts list inflates the build cost somewhat. You can buy better models for far less (or a 2070 Super / 5700XT) and immediately put those savings towards superior motherboard, SSD and RAM configs.

Building is very straightforward and I can't see a single component I'd choose myself.
Too expensive.
That single chanenl is really gonna gimp performance especially for Ryzen, so cold given you'd have to buy a second stick to get the most out of it. If you're purely gaming then a R5 3600 system would be a better choice which can also handle stremaing and content creation.
Edited by: "3anana" 5th Jan
£79 extra:

cclonline.com/pc/…01/

Better MB +£15.
Dual ram. RbG 3200mhz +£20
better psu £15+
better CPU + £33

and an option of reducing it down to a 2070 super for 1100

theres also an Alphasync with a £400 blower xt5700.... for part on parts its value but who buys the blower xt5700 at £400 lol
Edited by: "sarden84" 5th Jan
mu105/01/2020 21:06

Just buy another 16gb


At the risk of starting a debate I’ve had many times on here that isn’t guaranteed to work. RAM of 2 or more sticks is only guaranteed to work without issue when bought as a matched kit. While often people don’t have issues there are a % of people that will have problems. I have seen mixing RAM work many times, I have also seen issues.
Edited by: "stuellis" 5th Jan
stuellis05/01/2020 21:08

At the risk of starting a debate I’ve had many times on here that isn’t gua …At the risk of starting a debate I’ve had many times on here that isn’t guaranteed to work. RAM of 2 or more sticks is only guaranteed to work without issue when bought as a matched kit. While often people don’t have issues there are a % of people that will have problems. I have seen mixing RAM work many times, I have also seen issues.


Corsair vengeance is widely available?
mu105/01/2020 21:10

Corsair vengeance is widely available?


Does not matter. Even using the same make and model is not guaranteed to work. It is why matched kits exist, it would be easier to sell just individual sticks than producing various kits. Take a look on forums like Tomshardware and you will see this pops up frequently.

I found an example forums.tomshardware.com/thr…79/
Reply #9 is a good answer on this topic
Edited by: "stuellis" 5th Jan
A deal that I'd say is hot and cold
stuellis05/01/2020 21:16

Does not matter. Even using the same make and model is not guaranteed to …Does not matter. Even using the same make and model is not guaranteed to work. It is why matched kits exist, it would be easier to sell just individual sticks than producing various kits. Take a look on forums like Tomshardware and you will see this pops up frequently.I found an example https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/why-is-this-ram-so-cheap.3542979/#post-21401264Reply #9 is a good answer on this topic


I have never heard of anyone actually having that problem. The fact that you had to dig to a random comment on tomshardware is an indication in itself. PC building is already quite elite. Of course manufacturer tested is always the best, but to suggest that it should be avoided because of the slight chance that the silicons are dissimilar is a very fearmongering claim to make. In the end of the day, it's your decision but if they're running on the same frequency, I find it difficult to believe the impurity of the silicon will cause problems widespread enough to completely avoid upgrading your RAM this way. If different brands has a high chance of having dual channels working properly, I think it's more than reasonable to expect the same brand/Freq to work.
mu105/01/2020 21:47

I have never heard of anyone actually having that problem. The fact that …I have never heard of anyone actually having that problem. The fact that you had to dig to a random comment on tomshardware is an indication in itself. PC building is already quite elite. Of course manufacturer tested is always the best, but to suggest that it should be avoided because of the slight chance that the silicons are dissimilar is a very fearmongering claim to make. In the end of the day, it's your decision but if they're running on the same frequency, I find it difficult to believe the impurity of the silicon will cause problems widespread enough to completely avoid upgrading your RAM this way. If different brands has a high chance of having dual channels working properly, I think it's more than reasonable to expect the same brand/Freq to work.



I’ve had problems with mixing 2(2x4gb) kits of same make and model. Any combination of sticks from separate kits were unstable even when not using XMP. I’ve had many examples where it works ok but the point is problems can occur. I picked that thread as it had a good explanation. This topic seems to come up nearly daily on Tomshardware, just search the forum for ‘mixing RAM’ or ‘adding RAM’ and you will see people being informed it is not advisable or people reporting issues.
Edited by: "stuellis" 5th Jan
Odds on it will work though. Can always send it back.
But if you're paying £1200 for a pc that's not really high end do you really want to be shelling out for more ram that you probably won't see much benefit from.
Paul_93R05/01/2020 22:13

Odds on it will work though. Can always send it back.But if you're paying …Odds on it will work though. Can always send it back.But if you're paying £1200 for a pc that's not really high end do you really want to be shelling out for more ram that you probably won't see much benefit from.



There is quite the difference between single and dual channel memory. Between 10 and 20% in gaming alone.
3anana05/01/2020 23:13

There is quite the difference between single and dual channel memory. …There is quite the difference between single and dual channel memory. Between 10 and 20% in gaming alone.


I believe there is a difference but that seems a lot.
What i was saying was you really want two 8gb sticks and buying another 16gb stick is just spending more money on top of what is a lot of money anyway.
It probably will work dual channel unless you are unlucky but they probably don't need 32gb.
Paul_93R06/01/2020 08:17

I believe there is a difference but that seems a lot.What i was saying was …I believe there is a difference but that seems a lot.What i was saying was you really want two 8gb sticks and buying another 16gb stick is just spending more money on top of what is a lot of money anyway.It probably will work dual channel unless you are unlucky but they probably don't need 32gb.



It really is around that much though varies game to game, but iss a significant amount. I think when you're paying this much you really don't wanna be losing out on that much performance, or else you might as well get a cheaper system wtih an RTX 2070/5700XT.

I don't think it should be this hot with a 2700x amd such an oversight in RAM spec.
Edited by: "3anana" 6th Jan
just wait for the 3080 lol
sarden8405/01/2020 20:24

£79 …£79 extra:https://www.cclonline.com/pc/specialist-gaming-pcs/ronin/ccl-ronin-gaming-pc/0000060002000000040000010301010001/Better MB +£15.Dual ram. RbG 3200mhz +£20better psu £15+better CPU + £33and an option of reducing it down to a 2070 super for 1100theres also an Alphasync with a £400 blower xt5700.... for part on parts its value but who buys the blower xt5700 at £400 lol


Or £179 extra with windows as per the PC in this deal & yes I know I could buy windows for next to nothing and install myself but the point is some people don't have a clue how to build a PC or install an OS.
enfluence105/01/2020 17:35

Terrible....Signal Channel ram and 240GB of storage? wtf? thats like 80GB …Terrible....Signal Channel ram and 240GB of storage? wtf? thats like 80GB after windows and a game without total slow down of the operating system.


Agreed but sell the stick of ram, get 2x8 for 55-60 and a HDD. At the price you're paying these minor things need switching.

Only thing I'm worried about is what motherboard is being used
Meh, fairly unimpressive. You can build something for £700 that would be within a hair of this (5700 XT Ryzen 3600). I'd highly reccomend anyone who isn't tech savvy to ignore deals on here for PCs, go onto reddit and look at PC builds there and put it together yourself. It's v easy.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 7th Jan
zeb.mattey07/01/2020 00:08

Meh, fairly unimpressive. You can build something for £700 that would be …Meh, fairly unimpressive. You can build something for £700 that would be within a hair of this (5700 XT Ryzen 3600)


Agreed
If anyone is looking to build a PC for a certain budget I'd be happy to help with a part list
Price of my Rtx 2080 Ti 🙃
It is now £1,141.46 in eBay with voucher code PREP2020
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