Capable Gaming PC - bargain bundle - £371.89 @ Amazon
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Capable Gaming PC - bargain bundle - £371.89 @ Amazon

£371.89Amazon Deals
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Found 9th Mar
This PC isn’t going to break any HD FPS speed records but with the impressive, low power, Nvidia GTX 1050 Ti graphics card (almost £200 on its own these days) it is a great option for someone wanting to purchase their first gaming machine.

I just bought my son the same tower (but with slightly better CPU) for £348 from Amazon and had he needed a monitor too I would definitely have opted for this product instead.

3.5GHz (4.1GHz Turbo Speed) Super Fast AMD FX 6300 Six 6-Core CPU Processor

NVidia GeForce GTX 1050 It 4GB Pascal Dedicated Advanced Graphics Card

1000GB (1TB) Hard Drive Storage Space

8GB DDR3 1600MHz RAM Memory

22” Widescreen LED Fulda 1080P Monitor

Gaming Keyboard & Mouse

Headset

150MBs USB Wireless Network Wi-Fi Adaptor (USB dongle)

Windows 10 installed

External DVD writer (dual USB powered)

Green Neon lit case
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Got last one
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Seems like very good value for money. Great if your looking to get into PC Gaming on a tight budget!
Pretty decent
Only one currently left in stock (more on the way)
This wouldn't run Xbox games even on lower FPS, would it? Like Forza
RK791 m ago

This wouldn't run Xbox games even on lower FPS, would it? Like Forza


Yeah, it should do. The benchmark results for the 1050 Ti are pretty good.
The processor is absolute crap.
It’s 970£ now
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Got last one
eddylj7 m ago

Got last one


Git
matthew_legend4 m ago

Found another, Not as good, but still not bad for the price £378.50


I purchased that one. Thanks
Wow that went oos hella quick!
matthew_legend5 m ago

Found another, Not as good, but still not bad for the price £378.50


Looks like someone just got the last one at that price too, shows over a grand for me.
matthew_legend8 m ago

Found another, Not as good, but still not bad for the price £378.50


No monitor with that one
RK7925 m ago

This wouldn't run Xbox games even on lower FPS, would it? Like Forza


No pc can run xbox games mate
Was a great deal but sadly now expired
Couldnt run Fallout 4 on even low settings.....
nick.aheadofu7 m ago

Couldnt run Fallout 4 on even low settings.....


unless the card is faulty, a 1050ti should be able to handle fallout 4 easily at 1080p. i doubt the cpu would bottleneck it either.
nick.aheadofu7 m ago

Couldnt run Fallout 4 on even low settings.....

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The PRIME ones sold quickly!! It did say more stock on the way at one point, so it may be back. Congrats to those who got one.
My bad guys. Got the wrong model number. Duhhh
I've changed my mind, although I could have used this system as a base upgrade for my current PC I've decided its not worth the hassle. The only two components of any worth are the CPU worth £250 and the GPU worth £130. If I REALLY wanted to go that route I could buy the items directly alongside a new motherboard.

If it pops up again then by all means someone buy it, but from my estimates the PC is worth £550 tops. Bearing in mind that the motherboard and RAM are not specified.

So my order is cancelled.
I know nothing about decent computers, just wondering if this is decent: amazon.co.uk/gp/…ils

I know the graphics card is pants compared to this deal but the rest seems much better? I bought it at £440 just wondering if that's a good price. Thanks
JohnnyRoller4 m ago

I know nothing about decent computers, just wondering if this is decent: …I know nothing about decent computers, just wondering if this is decent: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B071XXLZBK?ref_=mw_olp_product_detailsI know the graphics card is pants compared to this deal but the rest seems much better? I bought it at £440 just wondering if that's a good price. Thanks


You can't go far wrong for that price. The CPU currently sells for £250 and the GPU for £130. So that is £380 just for those parts. So £60 for everything else is fairly good, even if they are using the cheapest motherboard, RAM and PSU available.
JohnnyRoller35 m ago

I know nothing about decent computers, just wondering if this is decent: …I know nothing about decent computers, just wondering if this is decent: https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B071XXLZBK?ref_=mw_olp_product_detailsI know the graphics card is pants compared to this deal but the rest seems much better? I bought it at £440 just wondering if that's a good price. Thanks


Too expensive for spec, especially with an RX460. Must be much better deals around.
I really wouldn’t get a PC without an SSD (min 128gb - ideally min 256gb) these days. Use an HHD for files and game library, not for booting.
For those who are interested here is another which Amazon are selling for much less than the PC maker.

amazon.co.uk/Vib…OLE £239.71 vs £699.95
iceburglettuce7 m ago

Too expensive for spec, especially with an RX460. Must be much better …Too expensive for spec, especially with an RX460. Must be much better deals around.I really wouldn’t get a PC without an SSD (min 128gb - ideally min 256gb) these days. Use an HHD for files and game library, not for booting.


It's only for the kids to use in all honesty. My thinking was the monitor, keyboard and mouse would set you back £100-£150. The CPU seems decent and selling for about £250 on its own. That's before you factor in a case and GPU. I could always upgrade the GPU if they wanted it for gaming...
JohnnyRoller2 m ago

It's only for the kids to use in all honesty. My thinking was the monitor, …It's only for the kids to use in all honesty. My thinking was the monitor, keyboard and mouse would set you back £100-£150. The CPU seems decent and selling for about £250 on its own. That's before you factor in a case and GPU. I could always upgrade the GPU if they wanted it for gaming...


Think they are referring to the currently shown price of £1200 which is waaaay overpriced for what it is, it is worth £600-700 tops IMO, but again the exact model of motherboard is not specified, it could be high end or very low end.

For £440 all in you got a cracking deal.
Can expect the psu to most likely be a cheap unknown brand, so be careful. Also ryzen cpu's like higher ram speeds and I think 2133mhz ram is not very good for it.
Edited by: "BobKelso" 9th Mar
And another one, This one includes a AMD Ryzen 7-1800X worth £300 and a GTX 1050. £488.59 vs £1,399.95

Dropped further, now £464.16


amazon.co.uk/Vib…OLE
Edited by: "puddleuk" 9th Mar
Another Ryzen 7-1800X system, £523.50 vs £1,439.95

amazon.co.uk/Vib…00x
Everything getting posted on here is going out of stock
I may be missing something here but this looks like single units are being advertised at a low price then once that is sold the price is rocketing, perhaps, catching people out?
Im still unsure if i should upgrade my 2011 AMD Athlon II x3 with a new motherboard and processor, or buy a new PC.

Any recommendations?
Looking at the parts the deal price would be worth a shot but the full price version is a lot more than it should be, seem to be getting rid of the older cpu, motherboard and ram by putting in the lowest tier of newer graphics cards
I purchased this item for general use, not gaming as I just want a decent desktop for the home. It seemed to be better spec than elsewhere for the money, c£440. Was this a good deal or not?

Vibox Gaming PC 54.61 cm LED Desktop PC - (Green) (Intel i7 7700K 4.2 GHz, 8 GB RAM, 1000 GB HDD, AMD Radeon RX 460, Windows 10 Home) with the monitor etc
Edited by: "npinn001" 10th Mar
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