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CCL Elite 4.25GHz Ryzen 5 2600X - 16GB RAM - 8GB RX 590 - 240GB SSD Desktop PC £505.40 witth code at CCL/Ebay (No OS)
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CCL Elite 4.25GHz Ryzen 5 2600X - 16GB RAM - 8GB RX 590 - 240GB SSD Desktop PC £505.40 witth code at CCL/Ebay (No OS)

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Posted 3rd Dec 2019

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

Good all around build at fair value. No OS included.

  • 3354546.jpgAMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4.25GHz turbo CPU
  • 3354546.jpgHuge 16GB Memory
  • 3354546.jpgSuper Fast 240GB Solid State
  • 3354546.jpgDedicated 8GB Radeon RX 590 Graphics
  • 3354546.jpgUSB 3.0 Ports
  • 3354546.jpgGigabyte B450M DS3H
  • 3354546.jpg3 Year Collect & Return Warranty
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Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 06:15

Which one would be best to go for between this one …Which one would be best to go for between this one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-ULTRA-FAST-4-3GHz-AMD-Octa-Core-Ryzen-7-2700X-PC-16GB-1TB-HDD-WiFi/113559872850?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 and the one posted. Thanks


Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build this which would be a lot better.

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…z6R
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Which one would be best to go for between this one ebay.co.uk/itm…649 and the one posted. Thanks
Is it possible to customise this
Justin-Woodham03/12/2019 07:02

Is it possible to customise this


Sure, click on the option
Edited by: "Tacavas" 3rd Dec 2019
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 06:15

Which one would be best to go for between this one …Which one would be best to go for between this one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-ULTRA-FAST-4-3GHz-AMD-Octa-Core-Ryzen-7-2700X-PC-16GB-1TB-HDD-WiFi/113559872850?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 and the one posted. Thanks


They are both well balanced systems from first glance. The one you posted will be about 10% faster in games (1660 vs 590) and considerably faster in heavily threaded workloads (video editing, streaming etc). It also has an included HDD which is a nice to have. But of course it is also more expensive, so depends on your budget.
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 06:15

Which one would be best to go for between this one …Which one would be best to go for between this one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-ULTRA-FAST-4-3GHz-AMD-Octa-Core-Ryzen-7-2700X-PC-16GB-1TB-HDD-WiFi/113559872850?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 and the one posted. Thanks


Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build this which would be a lot better.

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…z6R
hazzabeee03/12/2019 07:37

They are both well balanced systems from first glance. The one you posted …They are both well balanced systems from first glance. The one you posted will be about 10% faster in games (1660 vs 590) and considerably faster in heavily threaded workloads (video editing, streaming etc). It also has an included HDD which is a nice to have. But of course it is also more expensive, so depends on your budget.


The 1660 and 590 bench basically exactly the same actually. If it was the super or the TI then the 1660 would edge it out but for the normal 1660 vs the normal 590 there is nothing in it.
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 06:15

Which one would be best to go for between this one …Which one would be best to go for between this one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-ULTRA-FAST-4-3GHz-AMD-Octa-Core-Ryzen-7-2700X-PC-16GB-1TB-HDD-WiFi/113559872850?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 and the one posted. Thanks


They are virtually identical machines. The more expensive one has a slightly better spec. (Better motherboard, better Processor and cooler, potentially better GPU, plus the SSD).. but in real world applications both of these machines will perform exactly the same at all resolutions.

Personally I'd just go with the cheaper of the 2 and save the extra money for future upgrades... but keep in mind that the cheaper builds motherboard does not support Ryzen 3rd gen so if upgrading processor in the future you would need someone to flash the bios for you. The more expensive build will work with Ryzen 3rd gen out of the box, but you could get someone to do that for you in 5 minutes. Not worth the extra price imho.
Edited by: "steve_bezerker" 3rd Dec 2019
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 06:15

Which one would be best to go for between this one …Which one would be best to go for between this one https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-ULTRA-FAST-4-3GHz-AMD-Octa-Core-Ryzen-7-2700X-PC-16GB-1TB-HDD-WiFi/113559872850?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649 and the one posted. Thanks


The DS3H motherboard isn't included in this roundup, but given that it's bottom of the b450 range I'd be very cautious of any build that mounts a 2700x on it.
Under heavy workloads it'll need good airflow over the vrm to keep temperatures under control (not doing so will significantly shorten the life of the board).
Overclocking will need *exceptional* vrm cooling (ducted rear fan), and will probably not deliver the ripple free power necessary for high overclocks.

If gaming is your primary concern, you'll get much better bang for the buck with a Ryzen 3600 (for its better single core performance) paired with a 5700 / 5700XT.
Though you might have to build it yourself to fit within that budget.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 3rd Dec 2019
Change the board to a better b450 and have a 3600 cpu.
Ruddie_03/12/2019 07:44

Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build …Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build this which would be a lot better. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/WgHz6R



It is for my son for Christmas, he mainly plays Minecraft but I imagine would get more games on a desktop (he is 14) I am sure he could build it himself, would this include everything he would need.
TehJumpingJawa03/12/2019 08:30

The DS3H motherboard isn't included in this roundup, but given that it's …The DS3H motherboard isn't included in this roundup, but given that it's bottom of the b450 range I'd be very cautious of any build that mounts a 2700x on it.Under heavy workloads you'll need good airflow over the vrm to keep temperatures under control (not doing so will significantly shorten the life of the board).Overclocking will need *exceptional* vrm cooling (ducted rear fan), and will probably not deliver the ripple free power necessary for high overclocks.If gaming is your primary concern, you'll get much better bang for the buck with a Ryzen 3600 (for its better single core performance) paired with a 5700 / 5700XT.Though you might have to build it yourself to fit within that budget.



It is for my son for Christmas, he would happily build himself my problem is though that I have no idea about what he needs to do that.
Spec is conflicting if you read the description, it has a better board and msi!
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 08:47

It is for my son for Christmas, he mainly plays Minecraft but I imagine …It is for my son for Christmas, he mainly plays Minecraft but I imagine would get more games on a desktop (he is 14) I am sure he could build it himself, would this include everything he would need.


3 year warranty is the deal here really, great collect and return service.
TehJumpingJawa03/12/2019 08:30

The DS3H motherboard isn't included in this roundup, but given that it's …The DS3H motherboard isn't included in this roundup, but given that it's bottom of the b450 range I'd be very cautious of any build that mounts a 2700x on it.Under heavy workloads it'll need good airflow over the vrm to keep temperatures under control (not doing so will significantly shorten the life of the board).Overclocking will need *exceptional* vrm cooling (ducted rear fan), and will probably not deliver the ripple free power necessary for high overclocks.If gaming is your primary concern, you'll get much better bang for the buck with a Ryzen 3600 (for its better single core performance) paired with a 5700 / 5700XT.Though you might have to build it yourself to fit within that budget.


It's for minecraft dude, not Crysis.
Cracking price for a nice little spec
Natalie_EilataN03/12/2019 08:47

It is for my son for Christmas, he mainly plays Minecraft but I imagine …It is for my son for Christmas, he mainly plays Minecraft but I imagine would get more games on a desktop (he is 14) I am sure he could build it himself, would this include everything he would need.


Bar a Windows 10 code which can be bought for £3-4 on eBay. You need a USB Drive with Windows on. It's a free download from their site. You can actually use Windows 10 for free too but with so.e features not active. There are hundreds of How to Build videos on Youtube. It's fun and also he learns what each part is and will be able to upgrade it himself in the future.
Asking here, you'll get a dozen different opinions as everyone values time, convenience & risk differently.

There are many PC build guides on YouTube, and a tech savvy 14 year old with a little adult supervision should have little trouble assembling a PC & installing Windows.

Not sure that's necessarily what most want to be doing Xmas day though..... especially if a component is forgotten, missing, faulty or broken.
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 3rd Dec 2019
TehJumpingJawa03/12/2019 09:13

Asking here, you'll get a dozen different opinions as everyone values …Asking here, you'll get a dozen different opinions as everyone values time, convenience & risk differently.There are many PC build guides on YouTube, and a tech savvy 14 year old with a little adult supervision should have little trouble assembling a PC & installing Windows.Not sure that's necessarily what most want to be doing Xmas day though..... especially if a component is forgotten, missing, faulty or broken.


As a 14-year-old id of loved to spend xmas day building a PC
Edited by: "Ruddie_" 4th Dec 2019
I paid this price for similar spec without the graphics card, so this is a very good deal. (I got a high spec power supply and extra fans instead)
Edited by: "fiqqer" 3rd Dec 2019
Ruddie_03/12/2019 07:44

Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build …Personally this one out of the 2 but for about £60 more you could build this which would be a lot better. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/WgHz6R


Can save another £10 with this RAM too

overclockers.co.uk/tea…tag
Ruddie_03/12/2019 12:06

Can save another £10 with this RAM …Can save another £10 with this RAM toohttps://www.overclockers.co.uk/team-group-vulcan-t-force-16gb-2x8gb-ddr4-pc4-24000c16-3000mhz-dual-channel-kit-grey-tlgd416g30-my-087-tg.html?campaign=affiliate/tag


Thats what is in one of my pc's
If it's for Minecraft, And it's between this and walking into PC World.
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