Aorus B450 + Ryzen 2600 + PSU Bundle deal £257.51 at  CCLOnline
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Aorus B450 + Ryzen 2600 + PSU Bundle deal £257.51 at CCLOnline

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Refreshed 15th Mar (Posted 13th Mar)
CCL Online currently doing Aorus + Ryzen bundle with what works out as free PSU unit.

currently with CPU on sale , parts bought separately totals £310!

Bundle deal is £257!!!!

also get The Division 2 Game FREE with Ryzen - extra £40 saving!

Gigabyte/Aorus only vendor to have UK RMA on motherboards
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Not a bad Price:

Great CPU at a good price (though liable to drop in price more yet) £145
Expensive (£108) though good motherboard, I'd get the ASRock B450 Pro4 instead, same spec but costs under £80
PSU is an end of life model, single rail, unknown quantity. Not that it won't do the job, but seems like an old stock clearance, i'd far rather buy a Corsair PSU (550W for about £45 depending on your spec) to support my expensive PC components, 550W is loads for a single graphics card games rig, especially with a nice efficient CPU like this 2600 in it (65W draw).
Obritalwalsh35 m ago

Gtx 1660 out tomorrow or Friday . Vega 56 with 3 free games too


Yeah good idea. Just a statement to get atleast a 1070 or AS you stated an equal quality for top end 1080p gaming.

I'm happy with my Titan X, slightly under a 1070 on performance but only just, got it used for £200 many months ago so bargain, for rrp I wouldn't of bothered though.
BlueSmirnoff35 m ago

Not a bad Price:Great CPU at a good price (though liable to drop in price …Not a bad Price:Great CPU at a good price (though liable to drop in price more yet) £145Expensive (£108) though good motherboard, I'd get the ASRock B450 Pro4 instead, same spec but costs under £80PSU is an end of life model, single rail, unknown quantity. Not that it won't do the job, but seems like an old stock clearance, i'd far rather buy a Corsair PSU (550W for about £45 depending on your spec) to support my expensive PC components, 550W is loads for a single graphics card games rig, especially with a nice efficient CPU like this 2600 in it (65W draw).


PSU isn't eol. Rebranded the labels to match more Aorus colour scheme . £45 550w Corsair units aren't great, know the company well. You'd want TX models and up
Hot good deal
might of been all over this if it was MSI, can't stand gigabyte though :-\
Could someone reccommend a case to go with this that's good value?
sarden843 h, 40 m ago

Yeah good idea. Just a statement to get atleast a 1070 or AS you stated an …Yeah good idea. Just a statement to get atleast a 1070 or AS you stated an equal quality for top end 1080p gaming.I'm happy with my Titan X, slightly under a 1070 on performance but only just, got it used for £200 many months ago so bargain, for rrp I wouldn't of bothered though.


I bought a 1070 on release day, I also had a titan x maxwell, the titan was better than the 1070, maybe the 1070 gained some with drivers etc?
Hi guys, I have a R9 290x 4gb and I would like to build an ITX starter gaming PC based on this graphic card, but no more than £300. Any recommendation? Cheers
PedroVPSN17 m ago

Hi guys, I have a R9 290x 4gb and I would like to build an ITX starter …Hi guys, I have a R9 290x 4gb and I would like to build an ITX starter gaming PC based on this graphic card, but no more than £300. Any recommendation? Cheers



Starter from this.
2200G £86
Motherboard B £54
8GB Ram £48
PSU £45
240GB £28
Paste £7

Remaining: £33 from budget if need all above..
How much is the ITX box u seen?
Cit box are £22-38 though.

^ appolgies that would be a bigger box..
ITX motherboard are more cost... prob need to source used for the MB
Edited by: "sarden84" 13th Mar
yoyo593 h, 11 m ago

I bought a 1070 on release day, I also had a titan x maxwell, the titan …I bought a 1070 on release day, I also had a titan x maxwell, the titan was better than the 1070, maybe the 1070 gained some with drivers etc?


Prob right about the drives.

Same for the RX580 it's overtook the 1060 when at first didn't.
Just an FYI this motherboard didn't get the best review. See here:

it's the WiFi version but I would guess they both use the same VRMs.
Edited by: "bentrewern" 14th Mar
Thanks for this, was just about to buy this MB and CPU for £5 less from AWD. I got a CW600 so not sure if I needed the PSU upgrade but a spare PSU and the Division for £5 is a win
bentrewern7 h, 55 m ago

Just an FYI this motherboard didn't get the best review. See here: [Video] …Just an FYI this motherboard didn't get the best review. See here: [Video] it's the WiFi version but I would guess they both use the same VRMs.


Fine for 2600/X at 4.3ghz overclock . Even ryzen 2700 runs fine left to auto OC. If doing heavy workloads, specially avx and 4.3ghz with a lot of volts then x470 flagship !
mrtech0071 h, 35 m ago

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B450 they weren't the leading but z390... they destroy MSI and the rest . But MSI has nicer BIOs but poor fan control. MSI RMA outside of UK and poor rep support is lacking but better then Asus. Gigabyte RMA and support is second to none bios needs to improve
Edited by: "Obritalwalsh" 14th Mar
ViRuSJ20 h, 46 m ago

I was looking at getting the MSI b450 gaming pro carbon ac Board with 16GB …I was looking at getting the MSI b450 gaming pro carbon ac Board with 16GB Ram and Ryzen 2600.Tempted by this now.... Could someone Advise ? Currently have a FX8320e would like to finally upgrade.


I actually bought that board a couple months back been good once I finally flashed a BIOS that worked with the Ryzen chip. The Carbon has WiFi built in if that's a requirement, the Aorus doesn't. When getting your RAM look to 3000+ too if possible.



Before the comments on the front fans/radiator, it's a closed front so made little difference to temps when checking, also added another 16GB of RAM in there now after I had to RMA the first set and Corsair then sent me two back.
AbandonedTrolley1 h, 12 m ago

I actually bought that board a couple months back been good once I finally …I actually bought that board a couple months back been good once I finally flashed a BIOS that worked with the Ryzen chip. The Carbon has WiFi built in if that's a requirement, the Aorus doesn't. When getting your RAM look to 3000+ too if possible. [Image] Before the comments on the front fans/radiator, it's a closed front so made little difference to temps when checking, also added another 16GB of RAM in there now after I had to RMA the first set and Corsair then sent me two back.


B450 Aorus Pro running 4.2ghz Ryzen 2700 and 3400hz with Samsing B-Die kit
also handy , Gigabyte can flash bios for customers or fix corputed ones since based in UK
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AbandonedTrolley5 h, 5 m ago

I actually bought that board a couple months back been good once I finally …I actually bought that board a couple months back been good once I finally flashed a BIOS that worked with the Ryzen chip. The Carbon has WiFi built in if that's a requirement, the Aorus doesn't. When getting your RAM look to 3000+ too if possible. [Image] Before the comments on the front fans/radiator, it's a closed front so made little difference to temps when checking, also added another 16GB of RAM in there now after I had to RMA the first set and Corsair then sent me two back.


Was gonna go with Corsair vengeance LPX 3000mhz would that be ok ?
I check the reviews from youtube and VRM values very bad on this one. I'm thinking about build a new desktop with this bundle and vega 56 or gtx 1660 Do you guys have any suggestion. I'm not that good at computer stuffs.
NocommentOpy1 h, 57 m ago

I check the reviews from youtube and VRM values very bad on this one. I'm …I check the reviews from youtube and VRM values very bad on this one. I'm thinking about build a new desktop with this bundle and vega 56 or gtx 1660 Do you guys have any suggestion. I'm not that good at computer stuffs.


Vega 56 for the 3 free games ! PSU can handle it. VRMs are fine for 2600 clocked to 4.2ghz. if you were doing 4k video editing on a 2700x clocked at 4.3ghz with 24/7 rendering. Then yes, VRMs are poor. X470 is your board .
OCUK have Rx 590 for 200 with 3 free games too !
ViRuSJ2 h, 29 m ago

Was gonna go with Corsair vengeance LPX 3000mhz would that be ok ?


Be fine !
Obritalwalsh8 m ago

Vega 56 for the 3 free games ! PSU can handle it. VRMs are fine for 2600 …Vega 56 for the 3 free games ! PSU can handle it. VRMs are fine for 2600 clocked to 4.2ghz. if you were doing 4k video editing on a 2700x clocked at 4.3ghz with 24/7 rendering. Then yes, VRMs are poor. X470 is your board .OCUK have Rx 590 for 200 with 3 free games too !


Appreciate that comment Really I don't know the differences when you check one review online it says don't even look at aorus I feel like confused. My build just price performance for gaming only I would go for vega 56 with ryzen 2600 with this bundle I guess. What do you think about new GPU's like 1660 and 1660ti is it worth to try or keep vega 56. Thanks for comment.
NocommentOpy3 h, 15 m ago

Appreciate that comment Really I don't know the differences when you check …Appreciate that comment Really I don't know the differences when you check one review online it says don't even look at aorus I feel like confused. My build just price performance for gaming only I would go for vega 56 with ryzen 2600 with this bundle I guess. What do you think about new GPU's like 1660 and 1660ti is it worth to try or keep vega 56. Thanks for comment.


If you get the Vega 56 cheap enough , and a twin/triple open fan version the. It's a good deal ! Specially with 3 free games but you'll have two copies of the division .
Depends what resolution you game at, gtx 1660 is a cracking price and beats Rx cards but lack of free games . Gtx 1660ti uses less power but there's a 700w PSU . Vega 56 is normally a 650w unit . Read up on undervolting Vega cards. A must !
Obritalwalsh8 m ago

If you get the Vega 56 cheap enough , and a twin/triple open fan version …If you get the Vega 56 cheap enough , and a twin/triple open fan version the. It's a good deal ! Specially with 3 free games but you'll have two copies of the division .Depends what resolution you game at, gtx 1660 is a cracking price and beats Rx cards but lack of free games . Gtx 1660ti uses less power but there's a 700w PSU . Vega 56 is normally a 650w unit . Read up on undervolting Vega cards. A must !


Thank you very much. Twin/triple fan versions start from 290 up to 380 so I also think about rtx 2060 (nobody likes them idk) Palit stormx single fan version in that range I guess, since we have many options I can't decide which one I should go for. If I don't wanna deal with undervolting issues I should go for nvidia I guess?
NocommentOpy4 m ago

Thank you very much. Twin/triple fan versions start from 290 up to … Thank you very much. Twin/triple fan versions start from 290 up to 380 so I also think about rtx 2060 (nobody likes them idk) Palit stormx single fan version in that range I guess, since we have many options I can't decide which one I should go for. If I don't wanna deal with undervolting issues I should go for nvidia I guess?


Rtx 2060 makes life easier. Avoid palit single fan , loud and 2 year warranty. Think gigabyte dual/triple fan for £338 (CCL) . Rtx 2060 trades blows with Vega 56 more, and gtx 1660ti nips it on the heels
Edited by: "Obritalwalsh" 14th Mar
Ah, this is the CPU I'm looking to get to go with my 1070, and I'll probably need a better motherboard than my ancient, cheap-ass one, but I'm not sure this is the one.

Still though, nice deal! I'm partly tempted because I could make a second PC with my old graphics card/mobo/CPU, spare PSU from this, buy some RAM, an HDD and a case and it's a very nice gift or something I could sell.

Edit: I've ended up going down a rabbit hole and it seems MSI's B450 Tomahawk is considered the best motherboard for the CPU at the price point, and their B450 Gaming Pro Carbon worth the extra money.

The former has just hit its near-enough low at £90 on amazon, and the latter is £120.

So together with the £150 CPU, that's £240 or £270. From the sounds of it, well worth it over this deal's motherboard and certainly worth it if you don't need the PSU or want to get a better one.

Personally, I'm not in a hurry and will wait for a drop on that CPU price.
Edited by: "fmuk" 15th Mar
Just a question guys , if I got this bundle what else would I need to buy to make a complete PC for home, your help is appreciated guys
Michael_TI913th Mar

Can someone help me put a build together for this? What case do I need, do …Can someone help me put a build together for this? What case do I need, do I need a better cooler for cpu?My current rig is i5 4690k8gb ddr3 ramNvidia GTX 760I built it 5 years ago but haven't kept up with hardware etc so unsure what to go for now.


Part of your £800 would be better spent on a new GPU (and possibly monitor). Your 4690K single thread performance i.e. performance in most games will be 10% better than the Ryzen, especially if overclocked. Single thread passmark CPU benchmark scores: 4690K 2236 vs only 2007 for the 2600 (higher is better). However, you would see benefits from games and applications taking advantage of the 6 cores in the 2600 (e.g BFV, last couple of Assassin's Creed). I'm on a 4790K and waiting to see what Zen 2 brings, considering a 12-core 3700X but only if single thread performance offers a substantial jump. Consider getting a new RTX 2060 (£305 from Aria), a used 1080 for £350 or a 1080Ti for about £450 on eBay and your performance in games will double to triple (you won't get anything like that boost going to the CPU/board here). To spend the rest of your £800, you could consider a 144Hz, 27", 1440p Gsync compatible monitor for <£400.
Edited by: "Scottc123" 15th Mar
fmuk4 h, 23 m ago

Ah, this is the CPU I'm looking to get to go with my 1070, and I'll …Ah, this is the CPU I'm looking to get to go with my 1070, and I'll probably need a better motherboard than my ancient, cheap-ass one, but I'm not sure this is the one.Still though, nice deal! I'm partly tempted because I could make a second PC with my old graphics card/mobo/CPU, spare PSU from this, buy some RAM, an HDD and a case and it's a very nice gift or something I could sell.Edit: I've ended up going down a rabbit hole and it seems MSI's B450 Tomahawk is considered the best motherboard for the CPU at the price point, and their B450 Gaming Pro Carbon worth the extra money.The former has just hit its near-enough low at £90 on amazon, and the latter is £120.So together with the £150 CPU, that's £240 or £270. From the sounds of it, well worth it over this deal's motherboard and certainly worth it if you don't need the PSU or want to get a better one.Personally, I'm not in a hurry and will wait for a drop on that CPU price.




VRM on carbon is slightly better. Both boards are fine for ryzen 2600 and 2700. If your looking for VRM count and quality, B450 wrong Chipset. Should be looking at flagship £200 x470 boards that would be pushed hard with video editing / workstation loads. Gaming, VRMs never get above 70c on any board pretty much . If going carbon and wanting VRM, then X470 carbon for £160
Tannybash3 h, 35 m ago

Just a question guys , if I got this bundle what else would I need to buy …Just a question guys , if I got this bundle what else would I need to buy to make a complete PC for home, your help is appreciated guys


Depends on your budget. Gtx 1660 for £200 or Vega 56 for £350 (3 free games on some cards ).

3000hz 16GB ram for £80-100

Case.. any price range and 240-512GB from £30-65

1 left in stock but been told CCL will do a further 30 today I think
Edited by: "Obritalwalsh" 15th Mar
gamer2114th Mar

Thanks for this, was just about to buy this MB and CPU for £5 less from …Thanks for this, was just about to buy this MB and CPU for £5 less from AWD. I got a CW600 so not sure if I needed the PSU upgrade but a spare PSU and the Division for £5 is a win


depends on the brand of PSU you have , Gigabyte isn't bad and tier 4 out of 8 if i recall with Jap Caps
Obritalwalsh13th Mar

Gtx 1660 out tomorrow or Friday . Vega 56 with 3 free games too


Don't think the 1660 is up to scratch personally. Vega 56 or RTX 2060 are the only mid range cards to consider now.
GTX 1660 is not even hitting 1070 performance half the time.
steve_bezerker6 m ago

Don't think the 1660 is up to scratch personally. Vega 56 or RTX 2060 are …Don't think the 1660 is up to scratch personally. Vega 56 or RTX 2060 are the only mid range cards to consider now.GTX 1660 is not even hitting 1070 performance half the time.


depends on your definition of mid range- for me its always been max £200 and able to run 1080p 60hz which gtx 1660/ti and RX 580 do . Vega 56 and 2060 able to push 1440p 60hz monitors easily now but nearing £300 mark
Obritalwalsh13 m ago

depends on your definition of mid range- for me its always been max £200 …depends on your definition of mid range- for me its always been max £200 and able to run 1080p 60hz which gtx 1660/ti and RX 580 do . Vega 56 and 2060 able to push 1440p 60hz monitors easily now but nearing £300 mark


Yeah that's what I meant... Sorry I'm so used to 1440p gaming I forget that some people even still play 1080p.
steve_bezerker8 m ago

Yeah that's what I meant... Sorry I'm so used to 1440p gaming I forget …Yeah that's what I meant... Sorry I'm so used to 1440p gaming I forget that some people even still play 1080p.


its still 80% i believe . sales of gtx 1060/rx 570/80 dwarf that of gtx 1070 and higher by a long shot! think 750ti finally got knocked off no1 spot by 1050ti in steam hardware survey
Obritalwalsh9 m ago

its still 80% i believe . sales of gtx 1060/rx 570/80 dwarf that of gtx …its still 80% i believe . sales of gtx 1060/rx 570/80 dwarf that of gtx 1070 and higher by a long shot! think 750ti finally got knocked off no1 spot by 1050ti in steam hardware survey


Never understood it to be honest. I know some people get pigeonholed into 1080p but to switch to 1440p is really not much more expensive. Having said that I've always said that resolution is the only thing that Console has going for it, PC users find much more value in FPS.
steve_bezerker5 m ago

Never understood it to be honest. I know some people get pigeonholed into …Never understood it to be honest. I know some people get pigeonholed into 1080p but to switch to 1440p is really not much more expensive. Having said that I've always said that resolution is the only thing that Console has going for it, PC users find much more value in FPS.


specially now with nvidia cards working with cheaper freesync screens but esports with 240hz monitors at 1080p is something else . need reactions like a cat
Obritalwalsh1 m ago

specially now with nvidia cards working with cheaper freesync screens specially now with nvidia cards working with cheaper freesync screens but esports with 240hz monitors at 1080p is something else . need reactions like a cat


That's true, but the rest of us having an IPS monitor at 144hz is plenty
steve_bezerker1 m ago

That's true, but the rest of us having an IPS monitor at 144hz is plenty …That's true, but the rest of us having an IPS monitor at 144hz is plenty


haha have aorus 1440p monitor myself - luckily g-sync works perfectly on the freesync monitor
CCL has sold out this morning! more should be coming in. NovaTech is ORDER ON REQUEST. box.co.uk has a few units in
Obritalwalsh10 m ago

haha have aorus 1440p monitor myself - luckily g-sync works perfectly on …haha have aorus 1440p monitor myself - luckily g-sync works perfectly on the freesync monitor


Yup, I have the Aorus 1440p monitor too. I love it, except the RGB at the back which is pointless. The colour accuracy of the screen is amazing though and on the 'Speed' setting I've had absolutely no ghosting or anything. I've got 0 bleed as well which is fantastic.
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