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Gaming PC - AWD Horizon 2600X Six Core 4.25GHz RX 580 8GB Desktop £639.95 @ AWT-IT
Found 20 h, 18 m agoFound 20 h, 18 m ago
Ryzen 5 2600X six core 12 thread and 4.25 GHz Rx 580 8 GB Don't know if any good for you let me know in the comments :D

When I watch movies or browsing its ok I can't hear my fans. Once gaming then yeah its loud, but I use headphones so it does bother me.😁


Yeah debating over the two it's just this one's a far bit cheaper


Have you looked at this deal? Not saying it's better or worse, but read through all of the replies of each post to get a better idea


Think I might buy this dont really know what monitor to get any ideas ?


Is the graphics card worth the extra money

AWD Observatory AMD Ryzen 2700X 4.35GHz GTX 1080 8GB DDR5X Gaming PC £999.50 @ AWD IT
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
GTX 1080 and 2700x CPU, with 8GB of DDR 4 2400Mz RAM. Not a bad price for a pre-built! Although I would recommend making it 3000Mz RAM, and possibly adding/replacing the HDD with a… Read more
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It has it cons and that's if you have a close friend and you both want the same game It's not the same You can do the same on Steam too


Aimed at families, but rarely used. I have a close friend that I do it with, makes any brand new game go from £50 to £25 each , pretty decent.


But that's game sharing, that's aimed at families living together with the same console


With game sharing, it probably costs about the same (i.e one console buys it both two consoles can play it, effectivly halving the cost). This works on Ps4 for sure, but idk about xbox, not tried it.


Filthy casuals yes (lol) I wouldn't say it costs miles since on consoles the base price maybe cheaper but you end up spending more if you buy a lot of games since you can get games half the price, sometimes a lot less on PC and no £40 a year But consoles get Rockstar games first so both got their cons so get both if you can afford it (y)

Cooler Master CK550 RGB Gateron Blue Keyboard £55.00 @ AWD-IT
Found 29th OctFound 29th Oct
The CK550 is a mechanical keyboard with Gateron Blue switches so something a little different to Cherry. Its normally £74.99 but is £55 with AWD IT The CK550 features robust RGB… Read more
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not a bad looking keyboard, the only reason I wouldn't call it hot is in a few weeks you will be able to get a lot more keyboard for a little more (Logitech g keyboards on black Friday) Macros, features, software, things like borderlands integrated keyboard lighting and smartphone map app type stuff. the Logitech g keyboards win for gaming. can't vote it cold either.


I use a red switch keyboard in an open plan office, no problem. I brought in my blue switch keyboard for a day on 1st April and typed like a maniac all day, everybody in the office wanted to kill me.


It depends how you type. An experienced touch typist will generate little noise, although the keys make a noise on the way up and the way down. Red are the quietest as they provide no feedback sound, brown are designed to provide a little noticeable feedback, either with a feint click or a slight bump when the actuation point is reached - the point when the letter appears on the screen. If you are heavy handed they will be noisy whichever keyboard you use. Blue will be clicky however light you type.


I have browns. They do make enough sound to stand out. If you are listening to music or otherwise giving yours ears to something else then you won't notice. My partner watches TV and even sleeps in the same room I'm using the keyboard in.


Yeah, they are not too bad so imagine blues in an open plan :) 1m 35s

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Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Windforce 8GB Graphics Card - £460 (£437 w/Quidco) @ AWD-IT
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Price £460, going through Quidco will give 5% cashback :) Bringing the total to £437. Note: the deal is currently pre-order only. AWD-IT does not provide the date when the item … Read more

It's hard to know how well or poorly the 2070's will work in the medium term. Yes the list for DLSS is small. Yes the 1k series can do raw crunches better than the 2k series, the industry is starting to see (much like Transmetta, VIA, PhysX, and other makers of old) that simply increasing the die is not going to be the way forward. I am not sure the move to add both Ray Tracing and DNN in the same initial consumer product was a good idea, both have their own merits and if one idea tanks then the other idea is likely going to be pulled down by the partner failing. Personally I LOVE the fact that these ideas are getting rolled in, but I would have much rather seen it done via some sort of chiplet/interposer redesign. The big question is not what's better, but IF the DLSS and RT tech will be adopted widely enough for players to see the benefits. If you require AA now, then DLSS will eventually replace it BUT there is nothing to say that the current tech DLSS will be what replaces it, nor that It will be adopted. If you swap cards every couple of years then go for the 1k series, My video card is from 2009 (ugh) but making the swap now and sitting on a card for 8 years could mean not going for the 2k series was a bad move (forcing a upgrade). Basically we are in the start of the Chicken and Egg (RTX+DLSS) debate with the risk of people sticking with beef (More Cores!).


Dunno why people are slamming the 2070 on here and YouTube. Apart from the £400 gigabyte blower, which is apparently loud, these 2070s seen to be the same price as the 1080. Yes you can get a second hand ti for 50 quid more but most things in life are cheaper second hand. Ok the 2080ti is stupid money but these 2070s seem decent value and more than stack up against the 1080.


Of course it can be compared, are any ray tracing games, let only dlls enabled games available yet?. DLSS is just fake 4k using the deep learning cores. Similar to PS4 pro checkboard , Xbox X etc. Rtx 1070 (106) matches a gtx 1080 and some more with current games. Ray tracing needs a rtx 2080ti (104 ) to shine at 1080p @60fps and 4k @60fps possibly (if DLSS is enabled and works). I doubt ray tracing enabled games on rtx 2080/70 will hit 60fps at 4k, prob 2160p/1080p at 60fps respectively with DLSS enabled. Hope ray tracing/DLSS doesn't end up like hair works


Wait until 7nm in 2019 Both AMD and NVidia will release something in Q2. AMD has announced that they will, and NVidia always tries to spoil their party. AMD Vega 7nm (no, NAVI isn't here yet) will be announced that will be the best power-to-performance ratio in the mid-high end (but will overclock well), and either NVidia announces a GTX 2090/TI on 12nm that becomes the new performance king, or less likely 7nm. I called the 2000 series launch as a flop, since the 10 series was still going strong, AMD hadn't released anything competitive since Vega (and that wasn't that big a hit), and NVidia had a backlog of 300,000(reported returns from AIB partners)-1million (by some estimates) 10-series GPUs to sell. The pricing of the 20 series and the fact that NVidia is still actively selling the 10 series until at least January reflects that.


thank you for bringing this to peoples attention... no sli on this, another indication this is a x60 card ..

Adata Ultimate SU650 960GB SSD £127.99 @ AWD-IT
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Really good price, better than £132 for this last week on ebuyer

It is a matter of units, it's simply gigabytes vs gibibytes. The MBR takes 512 bytes, you probably meant MFT, though the reserved space of that on a NTFS partition isn't subtracted from the free space available.


An old one. Not in any of the retina MacBook Pros.


It's not a matter of units, it's the way Windows formats a drive and saves a chunk of space for a few things like MBR etc. Back in the day, a "1 Mb floppy" would only have 720kb available after formatted on a PC but 880k when formatted on a Commodore Amiga. All OSs are different in this regard.


Any idea if I can use this in a MacBook Pro?


For anyone else wanting to check what the usable capacity of a drive will be you need to convert GB (gigabyte) that the manufacturer uses into GiB (gibibytes) that windows reports. Divide by 1.074 to do this. Nobody is stealing your space or shortchanging you - windows and HDD makers just use different units.

AWD Z1 Intel I5 7400 3.5GHz GTX 1060 6GB DDR5 VR Gaming PC - £669.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
CPU: Intel Core I5 7400 Quad Core 3.5Ghz GPU: Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6GB RAM: 8GB 2400Mhz DDR4 Harddrive: 1TB HDD (upgradable to 480GB SDD for £30)
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Depends, either just use Google/HUKD to find deals on individual components, or use one of the comparison sites like PC Part Picker. Just make sure you know what you are doing before you end up with a lemon. :)


wow thats cheap!!!!. Where would you get all those components for a total of £789.16???


But it did have Optane so swings and roundabouts.


3gb graphics card vs 6gb in this post


Terrible price, spec below has a 6-core Intel K series CPU, with 16GB RAM, and M.2 SSD + a 1TB HDD, and board that can overclock the CPU if you need, all you need to add is a cooler for £15-30 depending on what you prefer. CPU: Intel - Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor Motherboard: ASRock - Z370 Pro4 ATX LGA1151 Motherboard Memory: Team - Vulcan 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory Storage: ADATA - SU800 128GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB Mini Video Card Case: BitFenix - Nova ATX Mid Tower Case Power Supply: XFX - XT 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply Total: £789.16 I'm not actually recommending the system above, just showing that this is not really a deal for out of date tech, since the price gouging started on Intel CPU's due to production shortfalls it makes recommending them for this priced system impossible really. If you really want a PC this price, ask for a better spec or ask for some help - hell if you live close enough I'll build you one, just don't pay this money for out of date tech. (y)

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Corsair VOID RGB USB 7.1 Gaming headset - Factory Refurbished (1 year warranty) £49.99 @ AWT
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Model CA-9011130-EU RRP of new £84.99 Ignore their description in regards to the warranty. It is 'Factory Refurbished' so this item is covered only for 1 year (confirmed in chat)… Read more

Unexpired - they added 1 item to the stock


Not sure if they would come with any signs of damage, nothing is in the description. However, they will definitely be in a perfect working order. Any way, shows OOS so expired the deal...


Do they come with cosmetic damage?


AWD MB500 Gaming PC Computer Ryzen 2700X 4.35GHz GTX 1070Ti 8GB IF10 - £999.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
This PC seems comparable to an earlier one which received considerable heat: T… Read more
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1k, no ssd, only 8gb ram, flimsy case, stock cooler... that's a bit of a crap deal, and if you're too lazy to build your own, just buy a console since maintenance will require just as much effort as making one yourself.


for the parts etc this is pretty good but all these "pre built" gaming systems all look cheap and nasty.. far too much LEDs and crappy cases


Not sure where you been hiding, I already have the 200001 version (excited)


I didn't bother posting this one as the 1080 deal i posted was better. Until that is out of stock this is the weaker bundle. Even if its just a slight difference in GPU.


No point, the 200000 will be out in a thousand years.

GTX 1080 Build (Custom built) £999.50 @ AWD-IT
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
Had a mate actually purchase this and its got processed. He called them up and got the case upgraded for like 17 pounds extra to the following:… Read more
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Hey, Which is better, this deal or: Cheers for the help x


Weird spec if you ask me. No ssd and the upgrade options aren't much better. Ram also needs to be upgraded .


Yep loads of people reporting issues, read the thread posts here


ESD was a big problem with CMOS circuitry way back in the day, it's bloody hard to blow modern hardware with a static spark. Makes sense to touch an earthed point in your house before working on a PC, but gone are the days where you need static bands, etc.


Never my experience, I have purchased many of these codes, they are standard licences, never had an issue, have you?

AMD Ryzen 5 2600X CPU Six Core 4.2GHz Processor Socket AM4 - Retail £192.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Cheapest I could find for pre-order. Next is the scan. Cores/Threads: 6/12 Core Technology: "Zen+" 12nm TDP(W): 95 Max Boost (GHz): 4.2 Base (GHz): 3.9 Precision Boost: Y Precisio… Read more
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Let me start by saying that you are fundamentally correct, there is no "perfectly safe" HW/SW - only bugs and exploits that haven't been yet found. Having said that, there are issues and issues. Those "terrifying" AMDFlaws are exploits that required unsigned bios reflashes and/or full local admin right to the box to be triggered. Worrying about them is akin to worrying that a crim can copy your locks and enter in your home again whenever he wants, after you let them in unsupervised and gave them the master key. If you are genuinely concerned about them, do some extra research, be glad that a resolution path is in place and please don't let stock manipulators win by keep on spreading FUDs that have been extensively debunked. Anyway, there are degrees of unsafeness, and as far as it is known, amd has the "safest" products right now, which hardly means anything for most end users, as there are effective mitigation strategies around the meaningful exploits.


CTS labs LOL You can not be serious? The chip flaws that require you to have root/admin access to the pc... Or my favourite one, the one where you need a modded bios to exploit it. Yes they needed fixing. No it's normal to give a manufacturer 1 day notice of your findings. Spectre and meltdown were also found by an "outside source" and given a very advance notice before the findings were made public.


Yea AMD are definitely behind Nvidia at the moment in GPUs. I’ve always been quite surprised about that considering AMD are in every console for several years now! The reason I took your comment the wrong way was just because it sounded like you were saying AMD had been negligent in not releasing the info on their issues after only knowing about it 3 days.


I'm am definitely not anti AMD. I wanted to correct the person who thought Amd didn't have any security issues as this is spreading misinformation and isn't correct because they all have their own issues. I litterally put about 2 sentances and linked articles. I didn't bad mouth the chip and say anything about it being inferior to other brands. I'm in no way brand faithful. I buy whatever suits my needs most and switch between brands when needed. These ryzen chips are great value for money and do a lot of things better and for less money than the Intel chips do. I've switched between the red and blue team many times in the past until it got a bit one sided over the last 7 years or so. It's great now there's competition like you said. They just need to bring that to the gpu sector now to balance that market as that's definately in Nvidias favour.


Not really, you just came across as anti AMD. I agree they all have vulns. I just get miffed when people are not balanced which is how I interpreted your comments. Fact is we need competition in the market so the anti AMD brigade frustrates me.

Gaming PC I5 8400 4.0GHz Turbo, GTX 1060 6GB DDR5, 8Gb Ram 2400mhz - £699.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Slightly different to one posted before for £669.95, the only difference being this is a I5 8400 processor 5% Quidco General BRAND: AWD-IT MODEL NUMBER: AWD-IT-8400-1060-Z3 WARRA… Read more
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Same price with a gtx 1070 Here


Why have these guys not mentioned what brand of various parts are they using ?


This is not a "deal" as you can build same +120GB SSD for same price. I can't understand why it's so hyped :D


Coffee lake prices will be coming down now with the h310, h370 and b360 mobos out. I would imagine this has a lot of cheap parts, probably with a H310. Yes is a H310... £40 motherboard.


Link please.

Gaming PC under £700 with great GPU (i5 7400 3.5GHz, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB , 8 GB DDR4 2400mHz) - £669.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Found this on their Easter Sale. Default specs should suffice for a comfortable 1080p gaming experience in most of the games. I think it will give at least 60 FPS on Max settings… Read more

AWD-IT used before for components , good prices and service . But would never buy a prebuilt P.C from any shop or online


It all depends on what you want to play; personally I'm happy with Football Manager, Civ IV, Company of Heroes, and some tycoon game. My only "complaint" on this build is the lack of an SSD, even just for the operating system. The difference in speed between a mechanical and solid drive really is chalk and cheese. Those LED lights are unnecessary for my liking, and I wouldn't need an optical drive. Take those out and give me an SSD, for around £600, and this would be a very good deal indeed.


WTF is wrong with you ffs. troll someone else


Says the guy who keeps coming back for more (y) alright pal!


you can troll all you like - obviously have too much time on your hands

Corsair STRAFE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Cherry MX Red Switches) - £59.99 - AWD-IT
Found 26th MarFound 26th Mar
Seems like a good price for a Corsair mechanical keyboard. No RGB lighting, it's just red, but still. Don't like red switches? Here's the same keyboard, but with browns (£10 extra… Read more

OOS :(


These are absolutely lovel - got one at work and considering getting one for home use for this price.


Yeah, they sell reasonably priced pre-builts that been posted here too.


Ugh red switches - where's them bowns at? :P


Never heard of this site is it legit?

Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Mini Edition 8GB £529.94 @ AWD-IT (£502.14 with TCB)
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Shows 7 in stock so be quick. Possibly £502.14 with 5.25% cashback from TopCashback.
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Zotac 1080 mini does NOT have idle fan off. Nuff said.


If this was a Ferrari, I would be seriously thinkign about it.


If you have limited space and budget and dont mind x2 louder fans, why not. Or add £20 and get this one.


Grabbed it, reviews seem to suggest the difference between this and full size are negligible and this is just inside my price range. Was going to grab a 1070 via a family member in the states but this beats waiting and possible warranty arse-ache. Got £18 cashback with too. Thanks very much OP!


I bought this for £480 at Xmas there, i might just throw it up on ebay and stick my 970 back in as i am not really doing anything that requires these cards at this time and i have a bit of buyers remorse, and the XBX is doing all my 4k gaming for the time being. ;)

Decently priced compact pre-built (i5 7500; GTX 1060 6GB ) - 3 Year warranty £649.94 @ AWD-IT
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
I was looking for a compact yet powerful PC for myself lately If you are interested in a pre-built desktop rather than building one yourself, then you might find this one interesti… Read more

Looks very neat, and that case fit like a glove <3 Thanks for sharing!


this case is perfect for any of the IKEA Cube Shelving furnature such as KALLAX I built a PC in this case for my Oculus Setup but wanted it to fit in my Unit in the livingroom. Just an FYI


Wise choice. I wouldn't buy a quad core i5 or CL i3 now personally. They're starting to show their cracks in the most demanding titles with CPU usage pegged at nearly 100%, especially the locked and lower clocked ones. Still probably fine for like 1080p 60hz and medium/high rigs, but anything more enthusiast warrants a better CPU especially for longevity. The list of games which definitively benefit from more than 4cores/threads grows all the time, and is undoubtedly the immediate trajectory for new games now. The 8400 is a fantastic buy currently. If you've no interest in tweaking and overclocking, then the cheapest Z370 board and an 8400 is probably the best recommendation.


Yeah I've gone with the custom build after hearing good things about the 8400 thanks.


Bought this for. My son 2 Xmases ago, was £599 for a short while, processor was the 6500 but still a very decent machine

i7 8700K only £299.95 with free delivery using code AWD8700K at awd-it
Found 26th FebFound 26th Feb
Just got an email about a price drop on the 8700k, seems like a great price. Only valid until 2nd March 2018, so be quick. Use code AWD8700K AT CHECKOUT!

Not sure that's the reason why you posted it though , you answers seems like recouping


If this is a retail CPU, surely there will be a tamper-proof label on it so we'd know if AWT-IT had used the CPUs to check OC capability?


"Someone"? Who? Your dads mates birds ex-boyfriend? "Be specific Bob"...


Someone said that this company bin the cpus, if thats right then youll be getting one which wont overclock sufficiently.


And it's still overpriced....

Intel Core I7-8700K 4.7Ghz Turbo Six Core Coffee Lake Retail/Boxed CPU Processor - LGA1151 @ AWD-IT - £308.95
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
Not OEM like this deal but basically the same price

Nobody is stopping you pairing a £90 board with a £310 CPU designed for overclocking but it's hardly the best pairing. Ideally you want a decent Z370 chipset if you plan on overclocking an 8700k just a little bit. Even if you aren't aiming at max overclocking you are far more likely to have a stable, long term guaranteed overclock with lower voltage required and better vdroop characteristics on the nicer boards. I'm not talking about £200+ boards here. £130-£140 for a well featured Z370 board will get something sufficiently better than a £90-£100 budget board to make it worth the extra cash with such a high end CPU.


I dont really agree with this. These wont all be 'super budget' or anything. Many of them will offer sufficient overclocking ability to get some decent extra performance. You only need to spend the big bucks if you're trying to really push the CPU closer to its limits. As somebody who isn't concerned with MAX overclocking or whatever, I find the top boards a massive waste of money when I can get overclocking performance I'm quite happy with for much less.


Intel launched with the high end most expensive Z370 boards, soon to launch the mid and lower end models. H370, B360 and H310. Saying that it's not exactly an ideal pairing for a £310 i7 8700k on a budget board that has average VRM performance or can't support the full range of overclocking options. Really the cheaper boards will be perfect for the locked Coffee Lake models. A budget £80 board + a £100 i3 8100 would be a top cheap gaming combo.


Currently there are Z370 motherboards which have most of the functionality and are ment for overclocking. As to the B350 motherboard they are budget boards and tend to have a few of the overclocking functionality missing and some features. Most of all B350 boards are cheaper.


Could you elaborate as I'm about to start a new build. Thanks :)

Intel Core i7-8700K 4.7Ghz Turbo Six Core Coffee Lake CPU Processor OEM - LGA1151 £308.50 @ AWIT
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
CPU Type: Intel Core i7 CPU Model: 8700K Socket: 1151 Architecture: Coffee Lake Manufacturing Process: 14 nm No. of Cores 6 Core No. of Threads: 12 Core Ratio: 37 x Clock Speed: 3.… Read more

It’s looks nice.. very tempting.. but if I buy it, that’s new RAM & Motherboard too...and whilst I’m at it may as well do the graphics card..


Can you hope. I mean I’m not hoping people lose money on the whole bitcoin thing, but it would be nice to be able to build a decent PC for gaming without having to spend the premiums that are being asked of right now.


The other person was not, specifically talking about 'crazy intel prices' which they aren't. And yes, RAM has went up in the past as well, but the GPU thing is a blip that is new. Bitcoin will crash or stabilize, likely just crash though... And then the GPU bubble will follow.


Yeah, I was speaking more about the RAM and GPU prices, has a surge in prices like this happened before and returned back down?


I mean, the Intel CPUs are at historical norms for each of their product lines... 308.50 is pretty spot on for their i7 k version.

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU Eight Core 4.0GHz Processor Socket AM4 £284.99 @ AWDIT
Found 19th JanFound 19th Jan
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X CPU Eight Core 4.0GHz Processor Socket AM4

You really need to search on here before posting deals. The Amazon deal was posted yesterday. Albeit Amazon are out of stock. You can also buy in stock from Aria for under £270 including postage. Which is better than this deal. Try using this site. Also try Seems to me you posted a price you thought was good. Always wise to do checks before you post on here! As this is £15-20 cheaper elsewhere before you even factor in cashback sites. Also when you search on here Idealo comes up at top of screen at times. Even that shows the Amazon Price much cheaper. Cold for me.


There was a 30% price drop on this CPU last week, so it should get cheaper in the coming days...


FYI the default clock speed of the 1800X is 3.6Ghz although it can turbo to 4Ghz It's also cheaper from Amazon -

Prebuilt Gaming PC AMD FX-8300, GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz, 1TB HDD, No OS - £499.94 @ AWD-IT
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Most pre-builds are a rip-off, but some insist on getting them. I think this is OK for the price. Seems to come with a good 3 year warranty. The CPU is tier 2. The GPU is a good… Read more

You are correct. The FX-8320 does bottleneck a GTX1060 3GB. Two of my friends own this combo and we tested in 5 games we play together. Best example: GW2, max settings, town area (a lot of players). FX-8320=20fps, and my i7-4790K=54fps. Same location in games, same settings, same gpu. You can't even call this cpu a gaming cpu.


FX-8320 is worse than a Pentium G4560. Pass.


Feel bad with some of it lol. Picked up a Benq 23" LED 1080p monitor for a tenner off a guy on facebook. Noones interested in monitors after laptops and tablets took over, always tons of them for sale for buttons


This is very obviously a PC built from old stock with a 1060 shoved in, I'm a fan of AMD FX chips - at the right price, but this isn't it. My son's FX 8320 is already a bottleneck for the 280x he has in some games, I doubt the 1060 in this will be able to reach its full performance in running on such an old chip - remember that the FX 8300 in this "new" PC was manufactured 5-6 years ago! If you must have a prebuilt wait for the right deal with a Ryzen or recent Intel CPU, or ask around friends and family to see if anyone can help you with building one from scratch.


i3 8100, windforce 1060 3gb, 8gb 2400mhz ddr4, better case, psu and hdd for £586. Have to build it yourself and wait for parts, but should be a lot better system, low end pcs are rubbish to buy anyway, need to be upgraded soon and the step up to better parts is quite cheap in retrospect.