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AWD Stronghold 2600 Six Core 3.9GHz RX 580 8GB 240 GB SSD Desktop PC, £499.94 at AWD-IT(no OS)
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AWD Stronghold 2600 Six Core 3.9GHz RX 580 8GB 240 GB SSD Desktop PC, £499.94 at AWD-IT(no OS)

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Posted 24th Aug

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Decent 1080p gaming machine for under £500.
- Case: KOLINK Stronghold

- Power Supply: Cooler Master 500W Bronze Rated PSU - (700W used for Vega 56 / 64 options)

- CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.9Ghz - Six Core processing performance

- Motherboard: ASUS A320M-K

- Graphics Card: AMD RX 580 8GB - Play the latest gaming titles at the highest detail


- RAM - Your choice of Corsair DDR4 memory delivers fast load times

- 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!


- 1080p & 4K Ultra HD Support
- HDMI & DVI Support
- Quad Monitor Support
- Future Proof and Upgradeable
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Good solid hundred off the real price, whats not to like about that
Quoted price is for 8GB of 2400Mhz RAM, 240GB SSD, no WiFi, no OS btw
Add all the parts on ebuyer and you'll find that it's around £430 without a case ... It's on par with paying for the components and building yourself. Certainly not worth what it was advertised for originally
Edited by: "DuWolfy" 24th Aug
bitcoin524/08/2019 18:13

Good solid hundred off the real price, whats not to like about that


an ASUS A320M-K?
Bertz9924/08/2019 18:32

an ASUS A320M-K?


What do you not like about one of the best selling sub £100 motherboards from Asus, in the last 18 months, worth £70 in this deal kit, all day long exactly
Bertz9924/08/2019 18:32

an ASUS A320M-K?


Or the low-tier PSU.

The rest of it looks decent enough.
bitcoin524/08/2019 18:41

What do you not like about one of the best selling sub £100 motherboards …What do you not like about one of the best selling sub £100 motherboards from Asus, in the last 18 months, worth £70 in this deal kit, all day long exactly



£70 - that seems roughly 40% increase on its value - AWD (selling this pc) sell it directly at £49.99

At the £70 mark you are upto the b450 - micro is £8 under whilst fullsize is £4 over on AWD again on what is in stock there(ballicom have it at £68 for full size b450)

Note sure I rate paying the price of second gen mid range chipset boards as being the price you advise for first gen none overclocking entry level chipset boards.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 24th Aug
Awd.. no thanks
plewis0024/08/2019 18:56

Or the low-tier PSU. The rest of it looks decent enough.


This. Please don't go cheap on your PSU - power inefficiency, short life and it has the potential to wreck everything under fault conditions. Drop them an email and request an upgrade if the deal is for you. It's worth the extra £30 or whatever.
Sir_Deadpool_of_Awesome24/08/2019 21:04

This. Please don't go cheap on your PSU - power inefficiency, short life …This. Please don't go cheap on your PSU - power inefficiency, short life and it has the potential to wreck everything under fault conditions. Drop them an email and request an upgrade if the deal is for you. It's worth the extra £30 or whatever.


I bet it's one of these rated 'tier 6', a Cooler Master B2:
gamingscan.com/psu…hy/
plewis0024/08/2019 23:20

I bet it's one of these rated 'tier 6', a Cooler Master …I bet it's one of these rated 'tier 6', a Cooler Master B2:https://www.gamingscan.com/psu-hierarchy/



well here someone that bought an AWD and querying this month with a cooler master 500w it is an MWE:

forums.tomshardware.com/thr…21/

on latest list here that places it tier C:

linustechtips.com/mai…st/
Bertz9925/08/2019 01:11

well here someone that bought an AWD and querying this month with a cooler …well here someone that bought an AWD and querying this month with a cooler master 500w it is an MWE:https://forums.tomshardware.com/threads/should-i-get-a-new-psu.3508321/on latest list here that places it tier C:https://linustechtips.com/main/topic/1045610-new-psu-tier-list/


And they also say for a gaming system we don’t recommend anything below tier B. It’ll probably be just fine but it’s always worth having a good PSU.
Pricewise ok....but better to go with the CCL Stryker deal. Motherboard better, more and faster memory and most importantly much better customer service with a 3 year warranty. Having read so many negative AWD reviews, I just bought the Stryker from CCL the other day.
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