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AWD DELTA Ryzen 5 3600 Six Core 4.2GHz RX 590 OC 8GB 240SSD Desktop Gaming PC, (No OS), £599.99 at AWD-IT
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AWD DELTA Ryzen 5 3600 Six Core 4.2GHz RX 590 OC 8GB 240SSD Desktop Gaming PC, (No OS), £599.99 at AWD-IT

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Posted 20th SepEdited by:"Tacavas"

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Good price and decent build, no OS, sadly.

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XFX AMD Radeon RX 590 FATBOY 8GB OC Graphics Card
- Case: Corsair Spec Delta RGB GLASS
- Power Supply: Corsair 650W Silver Rated Modular PSU - The beating heart of the machine, rest easy knowing power consumption is adequate and stable.
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 3600 4.2Ghz - Eight Core Powerhouse CPU ideal for gaming and so much more.
- Motherboard: Asus B450-PLUS - 5X Protection III / LED illumination / Native M.2 / USB 3.1
- Cooler: AMD Cooler - Choose from the drop down box
- Hard Drive - Choose your Primary and Secondary Drive from a comprehensive range of storage solutions.
- Audio - 8 Channel High Definition Audio - Premium on-board audio hardware allows up to a 5.1 speaker set-up
- Network - 1 x Gigabit Lan - For the fastest possible network connection, means no more choppy gaming!
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Anyone interested in this should think about paying the extra for a memory upgrade.

Pretty sure last time i commented on one of these deals they had a garbage no-name psu so good to see a corsair one listed.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 20th Sep
cicobuff21/09/2019 18:53

As a PC builder I have to say I am very impressed with this website...for …As a PC builder I have to say I am very impressed with this website...for anyone that does not have the skills/bravery to build their own rig it is nice for a company to exactly lay out all the components and even offer case/memory etc tweaks as well as using a mid-range spec motherboard and respected branded PSU and cases as standard...a cost cutting exercise with most system builders.Prices seem very fair too for anyone without the required requisites to build one themselves.


Most of the builders round my area aren't PC at all. They're always f'ing and blinding, not to mention whistling at the ladies. Well done you for adopting a more modern outlook.
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Anyone interested in this should think about paying the extra for a memory upgrade.

Pretty sure last time i commented on one of these deals they had a garbage no-name psu so good to see a corsair one listed.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 20th Sep
Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build it myself for around 500£.
600£ for this is not economicly/efficiency justified for me.
I just have had sold my old pc and im looking around for replacement.
marlej23_20/09/2019 22:58

Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build …Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build it myself for around 500£. 600£ for this is not economicly/efficiency justified for me.I just have had sold my old pc and im looking around for replacement.


???
marlej23_20/09/2019 22:58

Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build …Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build it myself for around 500£. 600£ for this is not economicly/efficiency justified for me.I just have had sold my old pc and im looking around for replacement.


£470 using discount code (£50 off) is a fair place to start.
Nice deal
Having no OS isn't a deal breaker. I knocked together a parts bin special and just put the Windows 10 download you get from Microsoft on a USB stick and installed. Months later and it's not mentioned anything to do with 'activation' or anything. I think you can get keys from ebay for next to nothing anyway.
marlej23_21/09/2019 06:56

What discount code ?


Right under the £520 price...
Code is POUNDSOFF
quantum7721/09/2019 09:27

Is CCL a good brand?


Reputable seller.
I have just bought a system similar to the OP and had no issues. It's well assembled and they sent the Game Pass immediately.
tightasagnatschu21/09/2019 09:35

Reputable seller. I have just bought a system similar to the OP and had …Reputable seller. I have just bought a system similar to the OP and had no issues. It's well assembled and they sent the Game Pass immediately.


Sorry to be a n00b but at this price point is it all AMD and Ryzen (rather than Intel and Nvidia)?
tightasagnatschu21/09/2019 08:54

Right under the £520 price...Code is POUNDSOFF


Erm...I still can't see it, or anywhere to enter a discount code. Help please? Sorry if I'm being dim.
Hgbnk_Bggj21/09/2019 12:58

Erm...I still can't see it, or anywhere to enter a discount code. Help …Erm...I still can't see it, or anywhere to enter a discount code. Help please? Sorry if I'm being dim.


On payment page...
Hgbnk_Bggj21/09/2019 12:58

Erm...I still can't see it, or anywhere to enter a discount code. Help …Erm...I still can't see it, or anywhere to enter a discount code. Help please? Sorry if I'm being dim.


Read through the thread again maybe. I might have added confusion when someone asked for a similar pc, but lower spec and price. I linked to EBAY where the discount can be used.
tightasagnatschu21/09/2019 14:21

Read through the thread again maybe. I might have added confusion when …Read through the thread again maybe. I might have added confusion when someone asked for a similar pc, but lower spec and price. I linked to EBAY where the discount can be used.


Much obliged.
tightasagnatschu21/09/2019 00:35

£470 using discount code (£50 off) is a fair place to start.


He could build it, knew the price and wanted you to do the leg work? Sounds like my kids
As a PC builder I have to say I am very impressed with this website...for anyone that does not have the skills/bravery to build their own rig it is nice for a company to exactly lay out all the components and even offer case/memory etc tweaks as well as using a mid-range spec motherboard and respected branded PSU and cases as standard...a cost cutting exercise with most system builders.

Prices seem very fair too for anyone without the required requisites to build one themselves.
cicobuff21/09/2019 18:53

As a PC builder I have to say I am very impressed with this website...for …As a PC builder I have to say I am very impressed with this website...for anyone that does not have the skills/bravery to build their own rig it is nice for a company to exactly lay out all the components and even offer case/memory etc tweaks as well as using a mid-range spec motherboard and respected branded PSU and cases as standard...a cost cutting exercise with most system builders.Prices seem very fair too for anyone without the required requisites to build one themselves.


Most of the builders round my area aren't PC at all. They're always f'ing and blinding, not to mention whistling at the ladies. Well done you for adopting a more modern outlook.
quantum7721/09/2019 09:39

Sorry to be a n00b but at this price point is it all AMD and Ryzen (rather …Sorry to be a n00b but at this price point is it all AMD and Ryzen (rather than Intel and Nvidia)?


Ryzen CPUs are amazing but yes to the amd GPUs, they're cheaper so just make the build and some profit more viable.
Bought of these folks a few months back with no windows installed and no DVD drive. I installed windows off a USB stick officially, but then the problems started. I hadn't paid for the dvd drive that was in place with power going to the unit. But windows wouldn't read from it. there were no drivers installed for anything so had the painstaking chore of going to each individual site and downloading the drivers, That took a day. Everything was groovy for a day or 2 and then boom, wouldn't boot. One of the ram sticks was faulty, so had to wait for them to receive it before I could replace it and thankfully has been running fine since.TL:DR
IF you're not technical, get windows installed for you just in case. If you have limited knowledge, get a CD drive, no matter how many times you've installed windows. Thirdly my machine was a bloody good machine when up and running some 5 days after delivery. The CD drive still doesn't work however, but i didn't pay for it so the cat uses it as a toy. If things go wrong be prepared to manually open up the machine and start messing around with bits you might never have messed with before. I'll give you and them some heat, because they were helpful, and a damn site better machine than you're likely to get at PC world or similar. Also if you can afford to upgrade the hard drive, the fan and the memory. infact add on what you can , especially if putting windows on yourself.
welshdragonsod21/09/2019 19:28

Bought of these folks a few months back with no windows installed and no …Bought of these folks a few months back with no windows installed and no DVD drive. I installed windows off a USB stick officially, but then the problems started. I hadn't paid for the dvd drive that was in place with power going to the unit. But windows wouldn't read from it. there were no drivers installed for anything so had the painstaking chore of going to each individual site and downloading the drivers, That took a day. Everything was groovy for a day or 2 and then boom, wouldn't boot. One of the ram sticks was faulty, so had to wait for them to receive it before I could replace it and thankfully has been running fine since.TL:DRIF you're not technical, get windows installed for you just in case. If you have limited knowledge, get a CD drive, no matter how many times you've installed windows. Thirdly my machine was a bloody good machine when up and running some 5 days after delivery. The CD drive still doesn't work however, but i didn't pay for it so the cat uses it as a toy. If things go wrong be prepared to manually open up the machine and start messing around with bits you might never have messed with before. I'll give you and them some heat, because they were helpful, and a damn site better machine than you're likely to get at PC world or similar. Also if you can afford to upgrade the hard drive, the fan and the memory. infact add on what you can , especially if putting windows on yourself.


Every Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10 install I've done has installed all drivers needed automatically as long as you've got an Internet connection. Only time you can run into trouble is if you have an obscure wireless card or dongle. Last Windows 10 install I did was up and running in about 25 minutes from inserting the USB to all drivers and updates installed; make sure you download the most recent installer to ensure it has all the latest drivers and updates.
mattclarkie21/09/2019 20:45

Every Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10 install I've done has installed all drivers …Every Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10 install I've done has installed all drivers needed automatically as long as you've got an Internet connection. Only time you can run into trouble is if you have an obscure wireless card or dongle. Last Windows 10 install I did was up and running in about 25 minutes from inserting the USB to all drivers and updates installed; make sure you download the most recent installer to ensure it has all the latest drivers and updates.


Reinstalling or fresh installing old laptops that drivers dont automatically download onto I stick my phone to it for USB tethered internet to download the wifi driver. Then use the laptops wifi to download drivers. Most companies have their own driver manager so once you install that it does the rest of the work. Otherwise it's good old driver hunting
Should I swap out the GPU for 5700 XT and Ram for 3200 16gb

Is it a good price £870? I think it will cost like £850 if build it myself
think it is but here's the thing im upgrading so I can reuse my psu and save on buying PSU so it will cost £815 but I really don't like building PCs since I struggle with Motherboard screwing, CPU Coolers and cable management

What do you guys think? Is it the best price?
Edited by: "Norseg" 21st Sep
marlej23_20/09/2019 22:58

Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build …Any ideas for ryzen 2600 with rx 580 or 590 and 16 GB on board. Can build it myself for around 500£. 600£ for this is not economicly/efficiency justified for me.I just have had sold my old pc and im looking around for replacement.


This is a 3600
mattclarkie21/09/2019 20:45

Every Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10 install I've done has installed all drivers …Every Windows 7, 8.0, 8.1, 10 install I've done has installed all drivers needed automatically as long as you've got an Internet connection. Only time you can run into trouble is if you have an obscure wireless card or dongle. Last Windows 10 install I did was up and running in about 25 minutes from inserting the USB to all drivers and updates installed; make sure you download the most recent installer to ensure it has all the latest drivers and updates.


there was a problem with the Ethernet socket at the back so i couldn't download anything direct to the PC. I had to go to a friends house and download what was needed as appropriate. It took hours, if the Ethernet socket had been OK it would have been a much easier job. I haven't set up a lot of computers over the years, counting friends and family, probably about 30. This was the most difficult by far but was a learning experience all he same, hence heat for the post and heat for the company. If I'd have been clueless it would have had to have been sent back. Online forums were wary of me opening the PC in-case it voided the warranty, as it was i had no choice but to. All i'm saying is that certainly in my situation it helped to have a little experience than someone setting up just for their kids or something.
A few months ago, I got one of these from AWD. I upgraded several components online with the drop down boxes. I knew I had about £800, so did RAM, better HDD and SSD, upped the processor and the motherboard to one that could be a bit more future proof.
It arrived well packaged and works like a dream! I can recommend these guys.
The Corsair Spec Delta didn't fair too badly in the Gamers Nexus test for airflow and temperature, the advantage of building your own is having the freedom to upgrade to a case that will keep your GPU cooler and crucially get more performance from it - Spending £30 extra on a case can give a surprising increase in framerate by reducing thermal throttling, Nvidia cards in particular throttle aggressively at 60C and then moreso at 70C; they throttle at 50C but the only way to avoid that would be liquid cooling the GPU which would be way north of £30 for no significant gain at this budget. Not sure how the new 7nm AMD cards handle thermal throttling but it won't differ radically from Nvidia.
Hows the motherboard in this? I would aim to be overclocking at some point so an opinion on the stock Ryzen cooler would also be useful.

Feels like it's about time to upgrade from my i7 920 d0 1st gen @ 4GHz with GTX970 & 16GB DDR3 system
Edited by: "JustExtreme" 22nd Sep
JustExtreme22/09/2019 13:34

Hows the motherboard in this? I would aim to be overclocking at some point …Hows the motherboard in this? I would aim to be overclocking at some point so an opinion on the stock Ryzen cooler would also be useful.Feels like it's about time to upgrade from my i7 920 d0 1st gen @ 4GHz with GTX970 & 16GB DDR3 system


Unless you are planning on a SLI Graphics solution (X470) the B450 chipset on the Asus Mobo in this rig is perfectly fine for overclocking.

None of the Wraith coolers are particularly great at overclocking, but most certainly the Wraith Stealth included as standard with the Ryzen 5 3600 CPU is the worst for temperatures compared with the Wraith Spire that was included in first gen Ryzen. I would invest in a liquid cooler for any moderate overclocking

techspot.com/rev…ed/
cicobuff23/09/2019 00:00

Unless you are planning on a SLI Graphics solution (X470) the B450 chipset …Unless you are planning on a SLI Graphics solution (X470) the B450 chipset on the Asus Mobo in this rig is perfectly fine for overclocking. None of the Wraith coolers are particularly great at overclocking, but most certainly the Wraith Stealth included as standard with the Ryzen 5 3600 CPU is the worst for temperatures compared with the Wraith Spire that was included in first gen Ryzen. I would invest in a liquid cooler for any moderate overclockinghttps://www.techspot.com/review/1635-amd-wraith-coolers-compared/


Is a liquid cooler required if the CPU / Graphics card aren't overclocked? Or is a regular (AMD) cooler fine?
quantum7723/09/2019 09:58

Is a liquid cooler required if the CPU / Graphics card aren't overclocked? …Is a liquid cooler required if the CPU / Graphics card aren't overclocked? Or is a regular (AMD) cooler fine?



Regular one is fine, after all AMD designed it to be. Still obviously would not hurt though to go for liquid cooling advantages of a quieter system, although it is not an essential upgrade.

Here is an article outlining stock (air) cooler, aftermarket (air) cooler and all in one liquid coolers.....

blog.nzxt.com/liq…pu/
Edited by: "cicobuff" 23rd Sep
Does this mean that if you add anything inside the case in a years time or so (like an HDD or a new card) then you invalidate the warranty? In other words NO expansion or updates for 3 years!?
I know nothing of what is required within a PC, my son & cousin are 14yrs old ... they have both decided to move away from PS4 & Xbox and are both looking for a PC for Xmas.

They play GTA 5, Fortnite, Black Ops etc ..... Someone that we do not know, has offered to build PC's for us, but I dont want to be taken for a mug and the bits end up with something that is useless.

If anyone can help, What would be a Good starter price, system for them ? And is there anything I should look out for.
Regards

Auds x
auds19924/09/2019 16:27

I know nothing of what is required within a PC, my son & cousin are 14yrs …I know nothing of what is required within a PC, my son & cousin are 14yrs old ... they have both decided to move away from PS4 & Xbox and are both looking for a PC for Xmas.They play GTA 5, Fortnite, Black Ops etc ..... Someone that we do not know, has offered to build PC's for us, but I dont want to be taken for a mug and the bits end up with something that is useless.If anyone can help, What would be a Good starter price, system for them ? And is there anything I should look out for.RegardsAuds x



auds19924/09/2019 16:27

I know nothing of what is required within a PC, my son & cousin are 14yrs …I know nothing of what is required within a PC, my son & cousin are 14yrs old ... they have both decided to move away from PS4 & Xbox and are both looking for a PC for Xmas.They play GTA 5, Fortnite, Black Ops etc ..... Someone that we do not know, has offered to build PC's for us, but I dont want to be taken for a mug and the bits end up with something that is useless.If anyone can help, What would be a Good starter price, system for them ? And is there anything I should look out for.RegardsAuds x



GTA V for 14 year olds?? I would seriously consider looking at the content of that game - it's simply not suitable for emotionally developing adolescents. It is a great game...but NOT FOR 14 YEAR OLDS.
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Hgbnk_Bggj24/09/2019 18:40

GTA V for 14 year olds?? I would seriously consider looking at … GTA V for 14 year olds?? I would seriously consider looking at the content of that game - it's simply not suitable for emotionally developing adolescents. It is a great game...but NOT FOR 14 YEAR OLDS.


Really? Pipe down Sally. GTA V is fine, stupid people are the danger, not games
mergleb23/09/2019 19:42

Does this mean that if you add anything inside the case in a years time or …Does this mean that if you add anything inside the case in a years time or so (like an HDD or a new card) then you invalidate the warranty? In other words NO expansion or updates for 3 years!?


Yes, upgrades not performed by them will void the warranty. Shouldn’t be an issue to swap the part back if you upgrade and you’ll have an interim part whilst you deal with the issue of your upgrades (if that happens)
speedfire6628/09/2019 12:56

Yes, upgrades not performed by them will void the warranty. Shouldn’t be a …Yes, upgrades not performed by them will void the warranty. Shouldn’t be an issue to swap the part back if you upgrade and you’ll have an interim part whilst you deal with the issue of your upgrades (if that happens)


won't they be able to tell from software logs that different parts have been inside.

I was also more of adding parts as opposed to replacing their parts - such as extra HDD as I have several lying aroiund and dont need to pay for them to add one.
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https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/183907493762 + 10% off with code PLEASED = …https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/183907493762 + 10% off with code PLEASED = £628, thanks for playing


is this better than the AMD one?
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