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AWD DELTA Ryzen 5 3600x RX5700 XT 8GB Desktop PC For Gaming ONLY £833 with selected options From AWD-IT
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AWD DELTA Ryzen 5 3600x RX5700 XT 8GB Desktop PC For Gaming ONLY £833 with selected options From AWD-IT

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Posted 24th Jan

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

Here we have another prebuilt system.

With this one, I cant give direct links to my chosen selection.

So i am going to choose and change what i can in the drop downs to show a good nice deal.

nip on the website and change it to the following to see what ive done:

CASE:
Corsair Spec Delta £60
- Left this one as it is as its got fans.

CPU
Ryzen 5 3600x £188
- For a penny extra who wouldn't?

GPU
AMD RX 5700XT £340 *its prob the 50th ans so drop to £319 as per other
- usual Blower card, at £12 extra over the 5700 why not. (RX590 ignored)

COOLER
Normal Stock, optional extra.

RAM
Corsair 3600mhz 16gb (2x8) £77
- For a £12 more over 3200mhz at 16gb... why not.

STORAGE
Seagate 1tb Hard Drive £33
- the lowest is £24 kingston, looking at the add on extras in value on top of the base, you might as well stick that 1TB HDD on u need, and go and get a better NVMe / SSD elsewhere,. so for that reason, ive selected the lowest practical in my guide which u have to have; as if it were me; id get something better elsewhere for the main drive.

Operating system
- None, download from microsoft website + £5 lic code from ebay.

300n Typical Wifi card £11

NON changeable
Motherboard: Asus B450-PLUS £88
Corsair Vengeance 650M 80 Plus "Silver" Hybrid Modular 650W Power Supply£65


£842* in parts..... There price built for £833....!!!
depending on blower version, might be higher then 50th ans, also taking into account, offer price of that card.. so even better deal.


# if you know by now on here, usual what follows is tons of advice pro/cons.. so n so..

on this one, im just hang this one right here.

#other prebuilds under my name from £280 - £1200...

AMD OFFERS: purchase a

3600x Get a choice of Borderlands* or Outwords FOC. &
Get 3 months Xbox Pc Pass (includes outworlds*)

5700xt Get a choice of Borderlands or Ghost Recon* FOC

*Best way to redeem to get all 3.

availability:
cases available: 16 / 44 / 40 /42 / 50 / 41 as per drop menus.
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the 3600/5600xt deal i posted yesterday has just landed with more drop downs inc the 5700xt in it now:

hotukdeals.com/deals/awd-ryzen-prebuilt-package-2-inc-windows-3600x-5700xt-only-855-from-awd-3394134

does inc windows £20 more does have that NVME as preset.... does have windows but doesnt have as good enough PSU and slight cheaper motherboard have a read on there --GOOD CHOICES -- id still go for this one.
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Regarding getting the OS for £5...

Having looked into it a bit I've read opinions ranging from " don't do it - it'll be cancelled and it's illegal" through to everything being above board and no long term problems.

Can anyone share any hard facts and/or real world experience of getting Windows in the way described? Ta.

(To put it another way - is it fraud that might end in tears, or a genuine loophole that savvy buyers can exploit and Microsoft can't be bothered to tackle)?
Edited by: "70s_kid" 24th Jan
70s_kid24/01/2020 07:23

Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read …Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read opinions ranging from " don't do it - it'll be cancelled and it's illegal" through to everything being above board and no long term problems.Can anyone share any hard facts and/or real world experience of getting Windows in the way described? Ta.(To put it another way - is it fraud that might end in tears, or a genuine loophole that savvy buyers can exploit and Microsoft can't be bothered to tackle)?


I'm not sure it's Fraud on your part if you purchase something which you believe to be legitimate. Could be someone managing to get keys via MSDN and selling them on.
70s_kid24/01/2020 07:23

Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read …Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read opinions ranging from " don't do it - it'll be cancelled and it's illegal" through to everything being above board and no long term problems.Can anyone share any hard facts and/or real world experience of getting Windows in the way described? Ta.(To put it another way - is it fraud that might end in tears, or a genuine loophole that savvy buyers can exploit and Microsoft can't be bothered to tackle)?


Normally buying these keys is fine. It is a grey area of the end user licence agreement but not straight up illegal. Normally these keys have been 'reclaimed' from old computers that were used in education or business. The windows licences are then deactivated and the key is resold. The EULA says the software cannot be shared or sold, so some listings or sites will say that you are buying the old motherboard and hard drive and the key comes with that for example (the key comes on email then they charge you a crazy shipping price so you dont ask for it to be send)

The alternative is when keys are purchased in bulk for OEM systems again for use in education of business machines in smaller or less developed territories. So someone might but 100 keys saying they are for use in Africa or South America. They can buy the keys really cheap for these intended markets, then sell them at low prices.

There are a few unscrupulous was too. Including stolen credit cards buying keys... but in this day and age, not many people are stealing credit cards to buy a £100 windows licence, only to sell it for £3 on Gamivo or ebay. Too much risk involved for little reward.
This is extremely cheap. Would replace the HDD with a 1tb SSD though, SSDs large enough to store games are going to be important for the next generation.

I'd probably stick with the 3200mhz ram too. The increased latency of the 3600mhz sticks wipe out a big chunk of the benefits.
where is the - Seagate 1tb Hard Drive £33
abigsmurf24/01/2020 08:19

This is extremely cheap. Would replace the HDD with a 1tb SSD though, SSDs …This is extremely cheap. Would replace the HDD with a 1tb SSD though, SSDs large enough to store games are going to be important for the next generation.I'd probably stick with the 3200mhz ram too. The increased latency of the 3600mhz sticks wipe out a big chunk of the benefits.



which 3200ghz are you referring to there is 2 in the selection either the


Corsair 16GB Vengeance (2x8GB) 3200MHZ DDR4£44.79 or the -

Corsair 32GB Vengeance (2x16GB) 3200MHZ DDR4 £199.99
shyder2015524/01/2020 10:07

where is the - Seagate 1tb Hard Drive £33 which 3200ghz are you …where is the - Seagate 1tb Hard Drive £33 which 3200ghz are you referring to there is 2 in the selection either the Corsair 16GB Vengeance (2x8GB) 3200MHZ DDR4£44.79 or the - Corsair 32GB Vengeance (2x16GB) 3200MHZ DDR4 £199.99


He means 16Gb your choice my idea or his idea.

And the 1tb hdd is under the ssd selected.

Then go n get a decent ssd.
70s_kid24/01/2020 07:23

Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read …Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read opinions ranging from " don't do it - it'll be cancelled and it's illegal" through to everything being above board and no long term problems.Can anyone share any hard facts and/or real world experience of getting Windows in the way described? Ta.(To put it another way - is it fraud that might end in tears, or a genuine loophole that savvy buyers can exploit and Microsoft can't be bothered to tackle)?


It's not illegal and your windows won't cancel, I'm using it for years.
AdrianPetrache24/01/2020 13:19

It's not illegal and your windows won't cancel, I'm using it for years.


Ofc it is... just Microsoft would lose more money investigating it... if they ever do they will get your IP and location and sue you.
Weehamish24/01/2020 15:52

Ofc it is... just Microsoft would lose more money investigating it... if …Ofc it is... just Microsoft would lose more money investigating it... if they ever do they will get your IP and location and sue you.


Lmao
70s_kid24/01/2020 07:23

Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read …Regarding getting the OS for £5...Having looked into it a bit I've read opinions ranging from " don't do it - it'll be cancelled and it's illegal" through to everything being above board and no long term problems.Can anyone share any hard facts and/or real world experience of getting Windows in the way described? Ta.(To put it another way - is it fraud that might end in tears, or a genuine loophole that savvy buyers can exploit and Microsoft can't be bothered to tackle)?


I downloaded windows 10 pro from Microsoft and bought a key from kingquin for £8 I think, no issues, key was legit and instant after purchase.
Weehamish24/01/2020 15:52

Ofc it is... just Microsoft would lose more money investigating it... if …Ofc it is... just Microsoft would lose more money investigating it... if they ever do they will get your IP and location and sue you.



No, it isn't illegal. There's nothing in the law against buying cheap keys that were originally bought from/intended for Chinese markets (which is where most of these cheap keys come from, it costs pennies over there, effectively).

No, they will not and can not sue you for it.

In fact, even if you buy a key from someone who stole a credit card to purchase a key (extremely unlikely since the keys from retail are £80-£100 each and they only sell to you for less than £10) you'd be considered a victim of fraud just as much as the person who had their card stolen. You would not, and could not, be prosecuted for that.

Source: I'm a cyber security/forensics specialist, and I've been working at a major UK ISP for the last 7 years.
LostAchilles_.07/02/2020 00:56

No, it isn't illegal. There's nothing in the law against buying cheap keys …No, it isn't illegal. There's nothing in the law against buying cheap keys that were originally bought from/intended for Chinese markets (which is where most of these cheap keys come from, it costs pennies over there, effectively).No, they will not and can not sue you for it.In fact, even if you buy a key from someone who stole a credit card to purchase a key (extremely unlikely since the keys from retail are £80-£100 each and they only sell to you for less than £10) you'd be considered a victim of fraud just as much as the person who had their card stolen. You would not, and could not, be prosecuted for that.Source: I'm a cyber security/forensics specialist, and I've been working at a major UK ISP for the last 7 years.


LOL okay mate
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