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AWD Ryzen 3600 PC Package, 1660 super, 16Gb Ram, NVMe drive, Windows installed - £729.95 @ AWD-IT
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AWD Ryzen 3600 PC Package, 1660 super, 16Gb Ram, NVMe drive, Windows installed - £729.95 @ AWD-IT

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Posted 14th Jan

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Case: The Carbide Series SPEC-04 £43
The AMD Ryzen 5 3600 4.2GHz £166
Graphics Card: ASUS NVIDIA GTX 1660 Super Phoenix OC 6GB £209
Motherboard: Gigabyte B450M-DS3H £65
Coolermaster 650W Bronze Rated PSU £55
Cooler: AMD Cooler
Corsair MP510 240gb NVMe £44
Corsair 3,000mhz ram £60
1TB HDD £33

#### Part Price: £675.00

###### There price with windows included: £730.00 (£55 build+windows)

summary: £20 more then a typical CCL build cost, but this does include windows preinstalled. you can increase to the likes of the 3600x for £20 and so on. and change HDD size!.. not much choice to choose from....

better or worse then the other £700-£800 its given n take, at the lower end of £700 the CCL come with 2700 with a super with better memory "double nvme if u try to match....", and as for their 3600x line which is cheaper then their 3600 line does come into play at around £775.... as it has 5700 GPU....... so this just fills a nice gap of a 3600/super with nvme at lower half of the 750s. its all about choices!.

You will need to speak to these to add fans!!.....


so a little more on the build.. but does come installed.. may suit some then others, so long as the parts, the case all fit into what ur looking for.
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Cold cheaper to build and actually quite fun. YouTube a tutorial
Zed96314/01/2020 22:50

Cold cheaper to build and actually quite fun. YouTube a tutorial


It won’t be cheaper to build if you pay retail. That case, mobo, PSU, CPU and ram are all perfectly fine stuff.

Nvme is too small probably can be sold and get a 1TB.

Then throw in a Noctua or AIO, it’s a pretty decent gaming and work station
RickyWong14/01/2020 23:17

It won’t be cheaper to build if you pay retail. That case, mobo, PSU, CPU …It won’t be cheaper to build if you pay retail. That case, mobo, PSU, CPU and ram are all perfectly fine stuff.Nvme is too small probably can be sold and get a 1TB.Then throw in a Noctua or AIO, it’s a pretty decent gaming and work station


Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper than £725
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save £25...... fine if u can.. change whatever too meanwhile there is alot of interested folks in / out of my inbox asking for builds who dont want to..... this is for them and others who dont want to.... but if u can like i can... brill... take a look under my name for many more builds..... theres tons. and cpus. too

#and also £25 peace of mind warrenty with the builder @ AWD...
Edited by: "sarden84" 14th Jan
Zed96314/01/2020 22:50

Cold cheaper to build and actually quite fun. YouTube a tutorial


Hot, near the price of the raw components and comes with a build warranty.
sarden8414/01/2020 23:31

save £25...... fine if u can.. change whatever too meanwhile there is alot …save £25...... fine if u can.. change whatever too meanwhile there is alot of interested folks in / out of my inbox asking for builds who dont want to..... this is for them and others who dont want to.... but if u can like i can... brill... take a look under my name for many more builds..... theres tons. and cpus. too#and also £25 peace of mind warrenty with the builder @ AWD...


Yeah fair enough.

Having said that tho, I’ve heard mixed reviews about AWD with their warranty and after care service.

I suppose if you were really afraid of damaging components while building or were concerned about warranty, Scan Bolton is a good option with their insurance policy on installing components as well as a 48 hour replacement option with Corsair and other manufacturers.

Often I’ve had Corsair PSU fails and they’ve given me a refund or a like for like replacement there and then
Zed96314/01/2020 23:27

Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper …Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper than £725[Image]


£25 quid. You save a lot of time yourself plus preinstalled OS. I can’t fault that.

It’s not a perfect mid range machine. But it is decent enough. If I can’t be bothered to build the only thing I will replace in that is the NVMe and to install a new one is a doddle.

You maybe able to pick up same parts in second hand market in 12 months time when ryzen 4000s arrives. But the B450 Ryzen 3 are so in demand atm. Nothing is on second hand market. The only thing you probably can pickup second hand is the RAM and NVMe. Even better graphics are not that readily available.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 15th Jan
RickyWong15/01/2020 00:11

£25 quid. You save a lot of time yourself plus preinstalled OS. I can’t fa …£25 quid. You save a lot of time yourself plus preinstalled OS. I can’t fault that. It’s not a perfect mid range machine. But it is decent enough. If I can’t be bothered to build the only thing I will replace in that is the NVMe and to install a new one is a doddle.


Yeah I understand. Does save a lot of time and hassle buying a pre built machine albeit lack of choice re components
Zed96315/01/2020 00:11

Yeah I understand. Does save a lot of time and hassle buying a pre built …Yeah I understand. Does save a lot of time and hassle buying a pre built machine albeit lack of choice re components


The case, the CPU, the ram and the PSU are all decent. You probably wouldn’t want to replace. The motherboard can be better. But again it is not dire.

No junk in that box basically.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 15th Jan
Zed96314/01/2020 23:27

Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper …Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper than £725[Image]


Why did you switch the 1660 Super out for the regular 1660?
3kliksphilip15/01/2020 02:31

Why did you switch the 1660 Super out for the regular 1660?


Oh lol must be a mistake
Zed96314/01/2020 23:27

Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper …Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper than £725[Image]


Those component aren't like for like so it isn't exactly a comparable build. The one advertised in this deal would definitely outperform the one you've chosen to put together.
Zed96314/01/2020 23:27

Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper …Minus the delivery fee, I still feel buying the parts is a lot cheaper than £725[Image]


That's price excluding VAT, add 20% on to that and you get £838.38, considerably higher than the pre-build.
KingOfCaledonia15/01/2020 09:04

That's price excluding VAT, add 20% on to that and you get £838.38, …That's price excluding VAT, add 20% on to that and you get £838.38, considerably higher than the pre-build.


Vat is included at the bottom of that example self build already. Still think the pre build is better value as better GPU and windows included (which isn't considered on self build). Your 838 price is wrong though.
i have ZERO Experience on AWD builds..... CCL i do.. high recomend CCL as u can prob guess.
RickyWong14/01/2020 23:17

It won’t be cheaper to build if you pay retail. That case, mobo, PSU, CPU …It won’t be cheaper to build if you pay retail. That case, mobo, PSU, CPU and ram are all perfectly fine stuff.Nvme is too small probably can be sold and get a 1TB.Then throw in a Noctua or AIO, it’s a pretty decent gaming and work station


Mobo is cheap and outdated, problem with all these pre-builds
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