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Cyberpower, AMD Ryzen 5, 16GB RAM, 1TB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060, Gaming Desktop PC £699.99 (Members Only) at Costco

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AMD Ryzen 5 4500
The AMD Ryzen 5 4500 has 6 Cores and 12 threads making this processor great for gamers, content creators and streamers who love to multi-task. When you have the world’s most advanced processor architecture for gamers and content creators, the possibilities are endless. Whether you are playing the latest games, designing the next skyscraper, or crunching data, you need a powerful processor that can handle it all—and more. Hands down, the AMD Ryzen™ 4000 Series desktop processors set the bar for gamers and artists alike.

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 12GB
The GeForce RTX™ 3060 Ti and RTX 3060 let you take on the latest games using the power of Ampere—NVIDIA’s 2nd generation RTX architecture. Get incredible performance with enhanced Ray Tracing Cores and Tensor Cores, new streaming multiprocessors, and high-speed G6 memory.

Windows 11 Home
Playtime. Anytime. Play the latest games with graphics that rival reality. Play with players on console. Play with the peripherals that you love. When it comes to playing your way, Windows 11 makes it happen.

Pixels never looked so real. DirectX 12 Ultimate harnesses the power of your PC to render graphics that catch eyes and blow minds. Get ready to play the games of tomorrow in worlds that rival reality.

Light Up Your Mood
Controllable RGB fans provide optimal airflow to keep your components cool and let you pick the colour to match your system or your mood and ambient lighting helps subtly light up your surroundings to see better in dark gaming spaces.

Why Cyberpower?
Cyberpower are an award-winning system builder based in Gateshead and one of the largest system builders in the United Kingdom. We’re a top-tier partner with the major brands such as Intel, AMD and Nvidia, meaning we’re serious about what we do and we have the pedigree to outdo the competition.


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    I'm giving heat but I'm torn, on this one.

    On one hand, as a system builder who really can't be bothered making systems for people anymore, an easy call for me used to be to recommend people go to Cyberpower. Yes, they are more expensive for what you get but there was greater attention to detail, things tended to work out of the box without a phone call to technical support to find a cable had come unattached/hadn't been attached, etc. It just saved me so much bother. The person was happy and I was happy because I hadn't wasted a few hours building it and testing it for them. Pizza and beer tends to be the joke token reward. It's not worth it! You could get better deals from other companies but it was less of a sure thing, relatively speaking, that there would be no phaffing about to get it working.

    So, the moment I see a Cyberpower listing I would assume the list of parts isn't going to be quite as good as the obvious rivals, but I'd probably still recommend it just so as someone I recommended a PC to wouldn't phone me saying this isn't working, it's all your fault! I'd recommend the brand to my mother or relation. Anything for an easy life and appreciation for the recommendation. This (fairly consistent) reputation is fractionally evident in their Trustpilot rating over the others, though it's easy to game Trustpilot with fake reviews, so that's not necessarily saying much.

    Though it's 'let down' by the weak CPU (I don't know what the other parts are but if you're wondering, you should probably go for a computer from the obvious rivals that pop up, here, they are likely to be a little better) you do at least have an upgrade path, if you're not too anxious when upgrading parts. On the other hand, if you want a computer with an excellent bang for your buck R5 5600/i5 12400 or much better i5 13400 CPU, you're probably better to go for it at the time of purchase.

    Another thing to consider, the good thing about it being Costco is some of the models are in store. I don't know about this particular model but I periodically see Cyberpower computers, fairly often, and, if they have it, you can just go along and pick it up, and take it back if it's not working. There's a lot to be said for that. Anything for an easy life when time is precious.
    it was at 93D, and ive just +7 to make it 100 to bang it in the hot area ha.

    but i respect @Noclouds s thought above.

    and after all its still better than scan uk's at £949.99

    12100F/1TB/6650XT Via AWD-it at £718 (BBURGER) (edited)
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    Back in November main stream 5600/3060 was like £850, and 5600/3060Ti was like 950, which made no sence compared to 12400f/3070 at 1k and theirfore This 4500/3060 stood out at the time.

    However we are 10weeks down the line.

    +100 more 5600x/3060Ti at £800 so for £100 more u get a £90 increase and £80 increase.
    and then u also have to bare in mind the 5600G/1TB / windows at £420
    u bang a 3060 at £305 thats £725

    that means its £25 for a boost from 4500 to 5600G (the gap is currently 40ish) (never mind cpu performance inc) (edited)
    How much of a performance boost is the 5600x and 3060ti?
    As a photographer I need to to be slick on photoshop etc and have slots for a couple of Hdd from my existing build.
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    Thanks for all the considered views on here. Really appreciate the help. I have built PCs in the past and by no means a novice. But it’s been a while and I can’t be bothered to learn all the specs again! I just would rather give someone else my hard earned!
    Not hard... what you aim for with every pc is 3600x- 5600x equiv paired with a 3070-4070. Skip amd gpus just a headache and then the basic 16gb ram although pushing to 32gb these days. Motherboards mean nada really long as they have sockets for what you need. Decent psu and case... boom sorted.

    Never buy Windows it's cheap af thirdparty and ofc you want a 1tb ssd and a noctua cooler
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    Incidentally, though better than a lot, Cyberpower US are not so good. You'll find a lot of fun (my idea of fun!) videos slagging off prebuilds from various companies, for the builders extreme clumsiness (hard not to be if you're struggling to meet your build quota for the day) and though Cyberpower aren't quite up there with the worst offenders, you will find duds from them too if you look. Even Steve on Gamers Nexus, who I have a lot of time for because he goes that critical extra mile and roasts most prebuilds, has "Almost Didn't Suck" in his review of Cyberpower prebuild, which 'almost' amounts to a compliment from him.

    Having dissed Cyberpower a bit on usually having lesser spec components than rivals, one thing I do like about Cyberpower has been some of their own brand/labelled cases, the clean lines, on this one, for instance. Most PCs I want to hide away under the desk! The one above has been around for a few years, now, and I quite like it and especially the white version. It's basic, I can't speak about fit, finish, airflow is going to be a bit constrained from having that smart transparent non-perforated front panel, but I at least (quite) liked the looks of the thing.
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    How does this compare to the recent Lenovo one?
    You mean the 1000£ one with 6800xt and the monitor? The lenovo wipes the floor with this one, that was a banging deal. (edited)
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    Ryzen 5 4500, yuck.

    If you're considering buying this system, especially if you don't have Costco memb, honestly spend an extra 100£ and get this hotukdeals.com/share-deal-from-app/4071064
    This will perform miles better and will last you longer (performance-wise) (edited)
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    Can someone please advise how this compares with an AWD-IT Mesh 5? The price and the specs seems to be the same


    Thanks. Much appreciated.
    Can’t make a comparison but my son had the AWD machine for Christmas and it is fantastic for him, all school work and gaming works superbly. Fortnite at decent settings and 165fps no problem for example. But I don’t have details performance stats or a comparison to this.
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    Cheap poor processor !
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    great system good price
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    Good deal
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    Also have this now too 5600x+3060 at £665

    Compared to the AWD Costco/ Cyber PC at £699.99
    We have a £25 gap (can be used for the TX550 at palicomp)

    4500 -> 5600X
    but at a loss of half nvme/Windows to recover the cpu jump. (edited)
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    Was considering this for my grandson to run Microsoft Flight Sim on. Any knowledgable gamers out there who might care to comment on how this obviously limited spec would cope. Thanks in advance of any responders.
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    Very nice ;0
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    Anyone seen any desktop pcs mainly for general use and football manager. Looking at a refurbs but not sure which sites are best.
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