ASUS ROG Strix i7-7700 32gb 256GB SSD GTX1080 - £1409 @ Debenhams Plus
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ASUS ROG Strix i7-7700 32gb 256GB SSD GTX1080 - £1409 @ Debenhams Plus

£1,409£1,88925%Debenhams Plus Deals
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Found 7th AprEdited by:"Casual123"
Good price for gaming desktop of this calibre. Additional slots for 2extra SSDs and for liquid cooling.

Intel Core i7 7700 ProcessorGeForce GTX 1080 Graphics card32 GB RAM256 GB SSDWindows 10 Operating System2TB Hard Drive + 256GB SSD
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    Be weary of buying computer parts now. Gpu prices are dropping
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    Be weary of buying computer parts now. Gpu prices are dropping
    I like how the case looks like a Stormtrooper, heat for that alone. It's not a bad PC for the price though - might be better with a i7 7700k instead.
    bbfb1232 m ago

    Be weary of buying computer parts now. Gpu prices are dropping


    Voted hot but you’re spot on. I wanted to upgrade my 1070 to the 1080ti but am holding out to see what the next few months bring!
    Ive got this computer case, just the spec down from it, so the i5 7400, 16gb one stick and 1070, it's decent as my first PC, just the problem being its only got one near case fan and the 1070 being the Asus 1070 turbo which is a one fan gpu
    Edited by: "adam.fennah" 7th Apr
    EugeneVictorTooms3 h, 11 m ago

    Voted hot but you’re spot on. I wanted to upgrade my 1070 to the 1080ti b …Voted hot but you’re spot on. I wanted to upgrade my 1070 to the 1080ti but am holding out to see what the next few months bring!


    Upgrading to a 1080Ti from a 1070 isn't worth the upgrade IMO
    Why do you need 32gb ram
    I know they want it to be high end but you don't need 32gb ram
    Norseg28 m ago

    Upgrading to a 1080Ti from a 1070 isn't worth the upgrade IMO


    Depends on his setup. 1440p gaming? Not so much. 4k gaming? Absolutely worth it.
    bbfb1232 h, 51 m ago

    Depends on his setup. 1440p gaming? Not so much. 4k gaming? Absolutely …Depends on his setup. 1440p gaming? Not so much. 4k gaming? Absolutely worth it.


    Or high frame rate for 144hz 1440p Monitors.
    I7-770 in title btw
    bbfb1234 h, 13 m ago

    Depends on his setup. 1440p gaming? Not so much. 4k gaming? Absolutely …Depends on his setup. 1440p gaming? Not so much. 4k gaming? Absolutely worth it.



    More like 1440p 60 Hz not worth it. My 1080 Ti struggles to consistently hit 100 fps @ 1440p with max details.
    FireOnAWire10 h, 5 m ago

    More like 1440p 60 Hz not worth it. My 1080 Ti struggles to consistently …More like 1440p 60 Hz not worth it. My 1080 Ti struggles to consistently hit 100 fps @ 1440p with max details.


    Yeah my 1080ti struggles to hit 100fps in Minecraft at 720p. Shocking really all things considered.
    Nice enough bit of kit ....until the next big thing comes along!
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    Heat added.
    Norseg7th Apr

    Why do you need 32gb ram I know they want it to be high end …Why do you need 32gb ram I know they want it to be high end but you don't need 32gb ram



    You don’t, but clearly others do, as they’ll be doing more demanding things than you do. When I play Star Citizen, that alone eats around 11GB, then there’s other programs and such I’ll be using, a reason I myself am planning to jump to 32GB.
    Calucifer12 h, 16 m ago

    You don’t, but clearly others do, as they’ll be doing more demanding thi …You don’t, but clearly others do, as they’ll be doing more demanding things than you do. When I play Star Citizen, that alone eats around 11GB, then there’s other programs and such I’ll be using, a reason I myself am planning to jump to 32GB.


    Star Citizen is a mess
    It's unoptimized
    Even if it does use 11gb which is shouldn't
    You would still have 5gb left of ram, you don't need that much for background
    Most games only use 5gbs of ram or less for gaming

    You need 16gb at most currently unless you are using a multi monitor setup and need to use multiple heavy task programs at once
    Edited by: "Norseg" 13th Apr
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