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CCL 4.2 GHz 6 GB GTX 1660, Ryzen 5 3600 Gaming PC With 16GB RAM - £599 with code @ CCL/Ebay
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CCL 4.2 GHz 6 GB GTX 1660, Ryzen 5 3600 Gaming PC With 16GB RAM - £599 with code @ CCL/Ebay

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Posted 29th Sep
First deal! Was looking for a solid 1080p 60 machine with a 1660, an SSD, 16GB Ram and a good Ryzen CPU and the code saving made me bite on this. CCL have a solid rating on Trustpilot and there's stock still left so have at it, friends! Comes with 3 year warranty.


Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to £765
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Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to £765
olomandius29/09/2019 21:11

Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to …Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to £765


Yeah this looks like a good deal to me.
Minstadave29/09/2019 21:19

Yeah this looks like a good deal to me.


Thanks! Lots of downvotes, open to hear it if I’ve missed something here but it looks good to me at the price point
How does the 1660 compare to the 5700XT for 1440p gaming?
speedfire6629/09/2019 22:00

Considering the below is based on the 1660Ti... Not even in the same …Considering the below is based on the 1660Ti... Not even in the same leaguegpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1660-Ti-vs-AMD-RX-5700-XT/4037vs4045I’d go for the one with the RX 590 personally


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AivarsBatarags29/09/2019 23:27

https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/AMD-RX-590-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1660/4033vs4038


Better still, sell it and get a Vega 64
when does this deal expire?
olomandius29/09/2019 21:11

Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to …Used PCPartPicker to make a self-build with the same parts and it came to £765


I built an equivalent PC and got it to be around £650 - uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…D3t which also shows at £599 this is a good deal.

Although I would change some things if it was for me, such as changing the mobo to a Tomahawk and ditching the 1660 for a Vega 56 which would bring the price closer to £700. I would also likely add in a good 1TB NVMe for £100 rather than the cheap 240GB SSD, but you could easily do that here too,
Edited by: "Gormond" 30th Sep
speedfire6629/09/2019 22:00

Considering the below is based on the 1660Ti... Not even in the same …Considering the below is based on the 1660Ti... Not even in the same leaguegpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-1660-Ti-vs-AMD-RX-5700-XT/4037vs4045I’d go for the one with the RX 590 personally


1660 is faster than the RX590. Rather have the Nvidia card for much lower power consumption and better OC potential as well.

Considering a 5700XT is £380 by itself I don't see why anyone would compare this class of build to that.
vulcanproject30/09/2019 11:20

1660 is faster than the RX590. Rather have the Nvidia card for much lower …1660 is faster than the RX590. Rather have the Nvidia card for much lower power consumption and better OC potential as well. Considering a 5700XT is £380 by itself I don't see why anyone would compare this class of build to that.


Judging on the link, it’s not by any noticeable feats, so would be in the drivers I guess?

People normally compare these to gauge how close (if at all) it would come so they can work out how much of a hit in performance they would be taking for the price. Can’t say I’d pick these cards to compare as it’s depressing lol
sarden8430/09/2019 10:07

when does this deal expire?


Code expires today, unsure of time, probably midnight but the rig should still be there
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