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CCL "big" Styker Packages, 2700 2700x 3600 3600x 16GB Ram "Gaming Plus" various of GPUs from £565.99 NO OS @ CCL online
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CCL "big" Styker Packages, 2700 2700x 3600 3600x 16GB Ram "Gaming Plus" various of GPUs from £565.99 NO OS @ CCL online

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Posted 23rd FebEdited by:"sarden84"

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

So here we have the "Big Stryker deal" not posted this one in a little while as the Mini Stryker has been excellent value with the likes of the 1600AF / 3600....

The big Stryker package, comes with the ATX A/c Bolt Case, and the motherboard entry level to pick from starts a little higher up in motherboard models, hence the little increase of over the likes of the mini. in price

The Big Styker is ideal for CPU's over 2700++ now, due to the AF in the other means its more sensible to get an 1600AF then the 2600/2600x in this since end of jan..

Also good news!.. as CCL do keep watch of my comments / suggestions.

they have added an option of adding some nice cheap affordable RGB Fans into the mix!. "something ive been on their backs about quite abit".

and the 3600 has come down in this prebuilt range too, anyone remember it was once more costly to get a 3600 then a 3600x it made no sense whatsoever, but what do i know?

heres the run down on this with the chosen selection:

Deal 1 Workhorse system

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 3.2GHz Octa Core£129
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX £88
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 *CCL: £60
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £29
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB Graphics Card £144 *AWD
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £54
Aero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case - Black *CCL £30
AVP RGG Fan and LED Kit £16 *CCL £16

*best prices not on PCPartpicker today.

Total Package £550 Built with 3 years: £566.00 £16 Gap

## uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…26R
*best prices not on PCPartpicker today... *override see stores above


CCL LINK:
cclonline.com/pc/…301

+£21 for the 2700x version. which was another way too high, like the 3600 compared to the other cpu in gap prices..

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Deal 2 The Gamer

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor £145**
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX £88
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 *CCL: £60
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £29
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB Graphics Card £144 *AWD
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £54
Aero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case - Black *CCL £30
AVP RGG Fan and LED Kit £16 *CCL £16

Total Package £566 Built with 3 years: £590 £24 Gap

+ £20 for the 3600x version.

cclonline.com/pc/…01/

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storage options:

240Gb is choosen selection as base, i dont get involved with SSD/HDD to much in these builds as everyone's pref is different, however the 480gb / 1TB SSD are nice additions and bang on increase as per the gap between product, the Adata XPG SX8200 is one of the market leading Nvme drivers, expensive type however stil right price in the gap between, another option if your adding an HDD, u can remove the SSD option and seek alternative brands and add in yourself.

Graphics card
RX580 chosen as an entry, which is a nice budget 1080 Gaming Card, the RX590 is a little extra and will give a good boost and will be nice, the RX590 has stayed the same price for a while as a £160 card, meanwhile the RX580 has been floating around £130/140...., the key player is the 1660 Super which has recently dropped to a £200/210 card and the prebuilds have caught on by CCL, they offer a very good boost in performance over the RX line so this would be my top pick, next up is the likes of the 2060 / 5700 which offer even more performance, meanwhile ive skipped over the likes of the 5500/5600xt/1660 as the prices per the next card up isnt worthy in the prebuilds.

Gaming X motherboard and other selections available to in the drop down menus.

Add Wifi if needed.

3600/3600x buyers?
Call CCL up and ask for the MSI GAMING PLUS X470 which is £13 more...
there is a cashback deal where if u get a 3600 or 3600x and get £43 cash back from MSI.. see more details at: hotukdeals.com/dea…799


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Corsair Carbide 275R TG +36+30* = 66 WEBPRICE: 60
Phanteks Eclipse P400S +39+30* = 69 WEBPRICE: £70

**Aero Cool Bolt Mid Tower CHOOEN £30 AT CCL

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Another great deal!
Thanks for the detail in the description! I have a budget of £700-£800 and a spare 240GB SSD - are there any key additions to this build that you would suggest? Mainly for a bit of gaming and video editing (8GB of RAM just isn't enough on my currently laptop hence the upgrade)
herrbz23/02/2020 23:07

Thanks for the detail in the description! I have a budget of £700-£800 and …Thanks for the detail in the description! I have a budget of £700-£800 and a spare 240GB SSD - are there any key additions to this build that you would suggest? Mainly for a bit of gaming and video editing (8GB of RAM just isn't enough on my currently laptop hence the upgrade)


Which ever deal u go for, remove the SSD, and add hdd is the first point of call..

2700 + 5700 or even a 2060.. would be a nice fitment, additional cores + whack the GPU up.. if ur happy to spend £750-800 consider that option

add wifi if needed ..


"a bit of gaming and video editing" for someone who doesnt see what ur exactly doing thats a wide open Question, a little to someone is one thing and another to someone else.

someone will a lower budget can do a bit of gaming and video editing on a lot lower range.

Someone taking a 1600AF is more then enough for that aspect on the mini., are u doing 1080 gaming over a 60hz monitor or?

i think we need to look at the key balance perhaps, as u do have a good budget for that one someone who doing abit of this n bit of that, stick with the 2700.. but go for the likes of the 1660 super n save some cash.

So ull have a nice workhorse 8 core 16 thread system to handle to most demanding applications, plus a nvidia graphics card which are better at workstation stuff then Amd counter parts, but still have very high gaming graphics / performance in the 1660 super. a very good overall mix with out going to "overkill" then the likes of buying something u wont get the full benefit out of?
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Feb
herrbz23/02/2020 23:07

Thanks for the detail in the description! I have a budget of £700-£800 and …Thanks for the detail in the description! I have a budget of £700-£800 and a spare 240GB SSD - are there any key additions to this build that you would suggest? Mainly for a bit of gaming and video editing (8GB of RAM just isn't enough on my currently laptop hence the upgrade)


Customise the 2700 PC and change:

- CPU to a 2700x for £21 extra - Has a much better cooler and thus will clock higher.
- GPU to a 2060 for £161 extra - About 50% faster than a 580.
- SSD to a 512GB NVMe for £49 extra - About 4x faster than an SSD, great for video editing.

Total - £796.99

If gaming is less of a priority than you could choose the 1660 Super which is £68 extra for about 20% more performance.
Edited by: "Gormond" 24th Feb
The 1660s has jumped from add 65 to add 84, and i was about to bite
krisb1701d26/02/2020 13:39

The 1660s has jumped from add 65 to add 84, and i was about to bite


recheck its £68.
Hello, just signed up here but have been following deals on gaming pc for a while mostly by sarden84 and they seem very helpful. I'm finally ready to bite I think and was hoping to check the customisations I have made to this deal are decent or if there is something better for my budget of about £650.

I am planning:

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Octa Core
Gigabyte B450 Gaming X
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4
Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD
PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT Red Dragon 8GB
TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU
Aero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case - Black
Cooler Master MasterFan MF120L (2 x extra fans (total 3))

Total = £668.99

It will be used pretty much only for gaming on 1920×1080 resolution. A few aspects I am unsure on are; if a Ryzen 5 2600x would be plenty but figure 8 core might future proof it a bit; do I need an NVMe SSD I do want 500gb approx though and should I change graphics card I went 5500XT as I figure its newer tech than 590 and smaller, runs cooler etc and I thought I'd go for a full AMD system.

Thanks for any help :).


Moosey123426/02/2020 17:22

Hello, just signed up here but have been following deals on gaming pc for …Hello, just signed up here but have been following deals on gaming pc for a while mostly by sarden84 and they seem very helpful. I'm finally ready to bite I think and was hoping to check the customisations I have made to this deal are decent or if there is something better for my budget of about £650.I am planning:AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Octa CoreGigabyte B450 Gaming XAdata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSDPowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT Red Dragon 8GBTP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFiBe Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSUAero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case - BlackCooler Master MasterFan MF120L (2 x extra fans (total 3))Total = £668.99It will be used pretty much only for gaming on 1920×1080 resolution. A few aspects I am unsure on are; if a Ryzen 5 2600x would be plenty but figure 8 core might future proof it a bit; do I need an NVMe SSD I do want 500gb approx though and should I change graphics card I went 5500XT as I figure its newer tech than 590 and smaller, runs cooler etc and I thought I'd go for a full AMD system.Thanks for any help :).


avoid pal... the 5500xt isnt worth it. ill post an idea to u.
Edited by: "sarden84" 26th Feb
Moosey123426/02/2020 17:22

Hello, just signed up here but have been following deals on gaming pc for …Hello, just signed up here but have been following deals on gaming pc for a while mostly by sarden84 and they seem very helpful. I'm finally ready to bite I think and was hoping to check the customisations I have made to this deal are decent or if there is something better for my budget of about £650.I am planning:AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz Octa CoreGigabyte B450 Gaming XAdata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSDPowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT Red Dragon 8GBTP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFiBe Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSUAero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case - BlackCooler Master MasterFan MF120L (2 x extra fans (total 3))Total = £668.99It will be used pretty much only for gaming on 1920×1080 resolution. A few aspects I am unsure on are; if a Ryzen 5 2600x would be plenty but figure 8 core might future proof it a bit; do I need an NVMe SSD I do want 500gb approx though and should I change graphics card I went 5500XT as I figure its newer tech than 590 and smaller, runs cooler etc and I thought I'd go for a full AMD system.Thanks for any help :).



cclonline.com/pc/…05/


taking on board your choosen selection,

3600 over the 2700x is best for a gamer, i see where u went with the future proof aspect of games using more cores / threads however we aint even using the full advantage of Ryzen 5 in that respect so the idea u had is a good one, but thats aimed mostly at upping to Ryzen 5 in all honesty....... from someone suggest a 4core system, for us Ryzens we been using affordable multi core thread cpu for afew years at decent cost now, not intels last years high price 4core counter price part which as stated is that comment aimed at

if we was talking 2600/x vs 2700, then yes id point at the 2700 as the cost is excellent for the 2700 over the 2600, same generation, and single core speed plays a fact too to jsutify the little extra.

but 3600 vs 2700x at right near cost, = 3600...

GPU: for £17 more the 1660 super is massively better then that GPU. .


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An alternative idea to the above is drop down the 1600AF

cclonline.com/pc/…02/

this means u take a normal SSD option rather then NVME, but u put the additional sums on the GPU... the Additional performance from the GPU will complete out weigh the difference between a ryzen 1600AF / 3600.....
Edited by: "sarden84" 26th Feb
Thanks for the reply. Is there likely to be any compatibility issue with drivers if I got the 1660 Super as that does seem the better option. My main reason for AMD only was potential driver conflict and routing for the underdog.

As for the processor I think I'd rather go for the 3600 you suggested (or the 2700x - I did like this having the better cooler and with some RGB colours too, but assume it runs hotter than 3600 so needs it) than the 1600AF as I'm much more likely to upgrade the Graphics in a few years if needed than to want to mess with the processor.

For the SSD option is there any point in me having a NVMe, I did see comments from you (sarden) about the adata 8200 pro being good and figured that for the boot drive and main games I may as well have NVMe over the Sata for £30. If I need more space I can always add another SSD but sata or spin hard drive.
Moosey123426/02/2020 19:45

Thanks for the reply. Is there likely to be any compatibility issue with …Thanks for the reply. Is there likely to be any compatibility issue with drivers if I got the 1660 Super as that does seem the better option. My main reason for AMD only was potential driver conflict and routing for the underdog.As for the processor I think I'd rather go for the 3600 you suggested (or the 2700x - I did like this having the better cooler and with some RGB colours too, but assume it runs hotter than 3600 so needs it) than the 1600AF as I'm much more likely to upgrade the Graphics in a few years if needed than to want to mess with the processor.For the SSD option is there any point in me having a NVMe, I did see comments from you (sarden) about the adata 8200 pro being good and figured that for the boot drive and main games I may as well have NVMe over the Sata for £30. If I need more space I can always add another SSD but sata or spin hard drive.



No driver issues if u use nvd card on a AMD, TBH its one of the most used options, (they have better drivers as well lol,.. )

good pick on the choice if u planning on increasing down the line, but id still go for 3600 but its upto u mate, both are excell CPU, one just points more towards gaming that bit extra and other as a workhorse.

nvme isnt all cut out to be, its nice, its faster but thats not nec needed if it means ur cutting out on other stuff, i.e get 3200mhz ram, so my words can change depending on set up one persons budget to the next. , what i do suggest if it does mean a large stops u getting that GPU, perhapse the ultimate qs then lies why not go budget nvme and get lower, 500 odd SSD isnt going to cover alot of space in general, so ull need a hdd, so if u add a HDD, then remove the SSD in one in the package doesnt suit, then get a SSD/nvme from somewhere else what does lower storage nvme..
Just to update, I have now received this PC, and went for the 3600 CPU and 1660 Super GPU, while keeping the NVMe hard drive. I'm pleased with the system and it seems well built with good cable management. CCL have been very helpful in email / live chat contacts too.

So thanks, once again for your advice sarden84.
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