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ASUS X570-P Motherboard + AMD Ryzen 3600 + 16GB Corsair Vengeance White 3000MHz Memory + ASUS ROG STRIP Bundle £383.99 @ Aria
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ASUS X570-P Motherboard + AMD Ryzen 3600 + 16GB Corsair Vengeance White 3000MHz Memory + ASUS ROG STRIP Bundle £383.99 @ Aria

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Posted 30th Jan

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ASUS X570-P Motherboard (£153) + AMD Ryzen 3600 (£165) + 16GB Corsair Vengeance White 3000MHz Memory (£66) + ASUS ROG STRIP Bundle

Not a bad bundle for the price, pretty good as a starting point for a new system build, totals over £400 seperately
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3000mhz ddr4.... No Thnaks
Nice find op, good value, heat added
dasBOT30/01/2020 14:04

3000mhz ddr4.... No Thnaks


3200MHz is about the sweet spot for Ryzen so that’s not bad
Seems like good value. Still trying to work out whether to change to something like this so I have an upgrade path in the future when the 4000 series comes out or whether to get a 2700x. I have an intel 6700k at the moment which is okay for games but as I do a lot of After Effects work and Adobe Premiere I figure one of these processors would give me a decent boost when it comes to rendering. Just can't decide if it is worth it at the moment although I think I could recoup a big chunk of the money back by selling some of my current parts.
Svalbaz30/01/2020 14:22

3200MHz is about the sweet spot for Ryzen so that’s not bad


3600 for 3rd gen ryzen actually. Not sure how much real world performance difference you would see in any case.
Svalbaz30/01/2020 14:22

3200MHz is about the sweet spot for Ryzen so that’s not bad


3600mhz mate
does anyone know of any good deal for b450?
Bonassoli30/01/2020 14:29

does anyone know of any good deal for b450?


Depends on your budget but Amazon warehouse has some pretty good prices for Open box
Edited by: "Solado" 30th Jan
stuartc30/01/2020 14:24

Seems like good value. Still trying to work out whether to change to …Seems like good value. Still trying to work out whether to change to something like this so I have an upgrade path in the future when the 4000 series comes out or whether to get a 2700x. I have an intel 6700k at the moment which is okay for games but as I do a lot of After Effects work and Adobe Premiere I figure one of these processors would give me a decent boost when it comes to rendering. Just can't decide if it is worth it at the moment although I think I could recoup a big chunk of the money back by selling some of my current parts.


I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes to 4.2. I haven't noticed any real world benefits from it and sometimes even feel like it's slower. I do get an upgrade path and better connectivity with faster drives and the likes, quicker RAM. But none of this has made my machine feel like an upgrade. It's used for games, browsing, FL Studio and AutoCAD.
Danze198430/01/2020 14:34

I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes …I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes to 4.2. I haven't noticed any real world benefits from it and sometimes even feel like it's slower. I do get an upgrade path and better connectivity with faster drives and the likes, quicker RAM. But none of this has made my machine feel like an upgrade. It's used for games, browsing, FL Studio and AutoCAD.


Thanks. I might wait a bit then. I think I am really due a GPU upgrade more than anything at the moment as my 1060 struggles a bit on my 1440p ultrawide monitor and it seems like I am GPU bound more than CPU.
Probably not s bad combined price for the parts, but they do seem a bit of a mismatch.
Svalbaz30/01/2020 14:22

3200MHz is about the sweet spot for Ryzen so that’s not bad



Yep, there's not alot of difference other than cost (sometimes 3200 is cheaper though!)
stuartc30/01/2020 14:24

Seems like good value. Still trying to work out whether to change to …Seems like good value. Still trying to work out whether to change to something like this so I have an upgrade path in the future when the 4000 series comes out or whether to get a 2700x. I have an intel 6700k at the moment which is okay for games but as I do a lot of After Effects work and Adobe Premiere I figure one of these processors would give me a decent boost when it comes to rendering. Just can't decide if it is worth it at the moment although I think I could recoup a big chunk of the money back by selling some of my current parts.



If you're editing then definitely got for more cores, I'd recommend good B450 board (e.g MSI mortar) and 2700x due to 8 cores/16threads. You'd get £129 in vouchers for you 6700k at CEX so you could get a used 2700x for about £30 (after trade in).
Danze198430/01/2020 14:34

I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes …I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes to 4.2. I haven't noticed any real world benefits from it and sometimes even feel like it's slower. I do get an upgrade path and better connectivity with faster drives and the likes, quicker RAM. But none of this has made my machine feel like an upgrade. It's used for games, browsing, FL Studio and AutoCAD.


I think anyone coming from an i5 or lower will notice more of a difference.
Danze198430/01/2020 14:34

I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes …I went from a 4790K which was overclocked to 4.8 to a 3600 which only goes to 4.2. I haven't noticed any real world benefits from it and sometimes even feel like it's slower. I do get an upgrade path and better connectivity with faster drives and the likes, quicker RAM. But none of this has made my machine feel like an upgrade. It's used for games, browsing, FL Studio and AutoCAD.



I'm not surprised - it's only about 10% faster (barely) unless you're using heavily multi-threaded applications. Unfortunately FL and autoCAD don't utilise cores very well, from what I hear autocad favours higher clocked cores and leverages 2d GPU acceleration more than anything.
there is not much difference in a i7-6700k compared to s 2700X, unless you have software that does something with more cores . ( i have some that depending on that it is core dependent so the more the better as it splits the processing over all the available cores )but for general stuff dont think you would notice much difference .
Bonassoli30/01/2020 14:29

does anyone know of any good deal for b450?


Aorus B450 AORUS ELITE £84.95
DealsDen10130/01/2020 18:18

Aorus B450 AORUS ELITE £84.95


Thanks , but that is the normal price that I have seen.

I would like to find some promotion below 75 for MSI Pro-A (not ProM - A), Mortar, Gaming Plus ... Or below 70 for Bazooka V2. Nothing has appeared since the beginning of the year ...
People banging on about ram speed literally have no clue about PCs...
Scottc12330/01/2020 19:23

The same can be said of those who fail to understand the real meaning of …The same can be said of those who fail to understand the real meaning of literally.https://www.gamersnexus.net/guides/3508-ryzen-3000-memory-benchmark-best-ram-fclk-uclock-mclock


Thanks... proved my point.
LazerBen30/01/2020 14:25

3600 for 3rd gen ryzen actually. Not sure how much real world performance …3600 for 3rd gen ryzen actually. Not sure how much real world performance difference you would see in any case.


Between 3600 and 3200 in gaming You will see only few fps gain,but it's not so straightforward,it depends what timings You can get.Also with good mobo You can go higher with speed and play around with overclocking the Infinity Fabric on 3rd gen but that is not something for everyday user.
stuartc30/01/2020 14:39

Thanks. I might wait a bit then. I think I am really due a GPU upgrade …Thanks. I might wait a bit then. I think I am really due a GPU upgrade more than anything at the moment as my 1060 struggles a bit on my 1440p ultrawide monitor and it seems like I am GPU bound more than CPU.


Nab a gtx1080 on ebay for cheap
Does the MHz matter for Youtube + Netflix + some basic gaming (Virtua Tennis!). That's all the family use the desktop for. Trying to get a good all rounder but stuck for ideas...been reading HUKD for a little while and I understand more cores is a good way to future proof the PC as I don't want to be buying for another 10 years. Previous Win XP Dell XPS just shoeing signs of old age now.
Edited by: "123sonny123" 31st Jan
LazerBen30/01/2020 14:25

3600 for 3rd gen ryzen actually. Not sure how much real world performance …3600 for 3rd gen ryzen actually. Not sure how much real world performance difference you would see in any case.


3600 and above you start seeing diminishing returns while paying through the nose and suffering from bad timings, look at graphs and 3200 is about the sweet spot.

Sweet spot doesn’t mean the best. It’s about getting the right performance for the right price.
Chaddy17131/01/2020 07:12

Nab a gtx1080 on ebay for cheap


Have actually been looking at some of those on ebay recently also the ti but not sure I can stretch to that at the moment.
123sonny12331/01/2020 07:16

Does the MHz matter for Youtube + Netflix + some basic gaming (Virtua …Does the MHz matter for Youtube + Netflix + some basic gaming (Virtua Tennis!). That's all the family use the desktop for. Trying to get a good all rounder but stuck for ideas...been reading HUKD for a little while and I understand more cores is a good way to future proof the PC as I don't want to be buying for another 10 years. Previous Win XP Dell XPS just shoeing signs of old age now.



That aint gonna happen . You need to learn NOW about hardline tubing, overclocking your memory, Vbios, uefi, lapping your CPU, and above all you MUST get into ARGB. <JK>

This bundle seems like fair value or that $190 PC with a 3200G ... most components are at good prices
BUT with everything being made or assembled in CHina that could change rapidly
123sonny12331/01/2020 07:16

Does the MHz matter for Youtube + Netflix + some basic gaming (Virtua …Does the MHz matter for Youtube + Netflix + some basic gaming (Virtua Tennis!). That's all the family use the desktop for. Trying to get a good all rounder but stuck for ideas...been reading HUKD for a little while and I understand more cores is a good way to future proof the PC as I don't want to be buying for another 10 years. Previous Win XP Dell XPS just shoeing signs of old age now.



What dell XPS? tbh if that's all you're doing you'd probably get away with an SSD upgrade for £30.
Edited by: "Scallum" 31st Jan
Scallum31/01/2020 12:57

What dell XPS? tbh if that's all you're doing you'd probably get away with …What dell XPS? tbh if that's all you're doing you'd probably get away with an SSD upgrade for £30.



This one:

cnet.com/pro…cs/

Cheers. SSD sounds good
Edited by: "123sonny123" 31st Jan
123sonny12331/01/2020 23:31

This …This one:https://www.cnet.com/products/dell-my-xps-210-desktop-computer-intel-core-2-duo-e4500-320gb-hdd-2gb-ram-dxcwpf1/specs/Cheers. SSD sounds good



Wow. I'm not surprised it's show it's age, that beauty must be at least 12-13 years old! I think you'd find anything (even second hand) less than 5 years old a huge upgrade. Ryzen is a good platform to be on, an depends on how much you want to spend!
Scallum03/02/2020 10:32

Wow. I'm not surprised it's show it's age, that beauty must be at least …Wow. I'm not surprised it's show it's age, that beauty must be at least 12-13 years old! I think you'd find anything (even second hand) less than 5 years old a huge upgrade. Ryzen is a good platform to be on, an depends on how much you want to spend!


500 not inc the Monitor. As long as it lasts as well as the current one. TBH, the suggestion to just stick an SSD into it may keep it going another few years.
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