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CCL Elite Gaming PC 9100F / 8GB Ram / / RX 580 8Gb Graphics Card / ASUS PRIME H310M-E £416 from CCLOnline.
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CCL Elite Gaming PC 9100F / 8GB Ram / / RX 580 8Gb Graphics Card / ASUS PRIME H310M-E £416 from CCLOnline.

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Posted 3rd JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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CCL Elite Gaming PC

here we have another budget prebult system, aimed at folks looking for Prebuilt systems who are happy to put windows on them self's to keep cost down.

specs of the PC with typical indivial part price to see what sort of deal we are getting here:

Intel Core i3-9100F 3.6 GHz Quad-Core Processor £67
Asus PRIME H310M-E R2.0 Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard £69
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB GPU £145
- free game borderlands or ghost recon + 3 months Xbox pass.
ADATA SU630 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive £23
TP-Link TL-WN881ND PCIe x1 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi Adapter £10
CCL Choice 8GB (1x 8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 RAM £32
--- Id personal call to swap this to another in same price bracket, XPG by adata or corsair.
Fractal Design Essence OEM 500W 80+ PSU **£30
*doesnt state which one but typical its this recently, use to be the A/Cool 500w 80+B at the same price,

Aero Cool Cylon Mini Gaming Case - Black £30

+ 2 x Fans £4

part price: £410

built with 3 years warranty £416.00

so there build charge for this is £6.00

perfect for someone looking at "prebuilt" and 3 years warranty; subject to parts fitting the perfect layout for them..

Optional Extras:
1TB Hard drive for £33 (right price)

CPU
added option to jump the CPU up the 6core system for only £65.00 which is typical at £130 on the web now from laptops direct so the additional amount fits well over the base price of the above 65+67.

GPU.
For £10 included in the price, might as well jump from the RX570 to the RX580,
Palit GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER StormX 6GB for only £65 brings in line to the typical part price of the item at £200 well £10 more then the typical gap between rx580/1660s Palit.

PSU: Cant be edit online . personal id ring up and swap it for this if i wanted gold in my rig: Riotoro Enigma G2 650W £59.99 personal fav, but u can pick any within your budget if u wanted to change just email them with the part number.

if you looking for self builds, ive got plenty of information on the ryzen CPU, alt change the mb/cpu to the likes of the intel range and use the guide for rest remaining parts, will be doing some Intel build CPU advice post on intel deals i find very soon.

The nature of my posts are for different types of buyers to give people plenty of information upon their purchases, as u dont need to spend X amount to enjoy gaming at a decent level.

# Ryzen fanboy Advertising an Intel. waaaaaa

#add windows yourself. save £100.00

any edits email them or call them and quote CCL Code: GAME-ELITE 0200 0202 0702
but if u dont fancy ringing them you can email them @ pcsales@cclonline.com more times its best to call "negotiate"
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Gaming benchmarks for that CPU if anyone's interested:

legitreviews.com/int…9/8

Nice mix of components in that bundle and for a decent price. HOT.
Edited by: "Google_Reviewer" 3rd Jan
Google_Reviewer03/01/2020 14:04

Gaming benchmarks for that CPU if anyone's …Gaming benchmarks for that CPU if anyone's interested:https://www.legitreviews.com/intel-core-i3-9100-4-core-processor-review_213639/8Nice mix of components in that bundle and for a decent price. HOT.


thanks for that pal, its a hot little cpu this pair with the right budget GPU, and a nice price, i dont think itll get hot on here but thats not the aim of my posts, give folks plenty of decent choices.
I was going to boost this with an Intel Core i5 9400F 2.9GHz Hexa Core , 16GB CCL Choice DDR4 2400MHz RAM , 480GB Adata SU650 SSD and a 4TB Seagate Hard Drive (5400rpm / 256MB Cache) which comes to £624.99


Is it worthwhile, or can anyone recommend another in this price range?

I'm not a gamer, but am looking to replace a 13 year old Dell Precision 690 for daily tasks, such as browsing, email, work bits and maybe some video recoding for my old DVDs to go on to Blu Ray disks.

I would be looking at running 2 monitors and also connecting it to a TV so was wondering if its worth changing the graphics card to Palit GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER StormX 4GB Graphics Card for another £7
Edited by: "ns.macd" 3rd Jan
This is an I3 not an I5
ns.macd03/01/2020 14:12

I was going to boost this with an Intel Core i5 9400F 2.9GHz Hexa Core , …I was going to boost this with an Intel Core i5 9400F 2.9GHz Hexa Core , 16GB CCL Choice DDR4 2400MHz RAM , 480GB Adata SU650 SSD and a 4TB Seagate Hard Drive (5400rpm / 256MB Cache) which comes to £624.99Is it worthwhile, or can anyone recommend another in this price range?I'm not a gamer, but am looking to replace a 13 year old Dell Precision 690 for daily tasks, such as browsing, email, work bits and maybe some video recoding for my old DVDs to go on to Blu Ray disks.I would be looking at running 2 monitors and also connecting it to a TV so was wondering if its worth changing the graphics card to Palit GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER StormX 4GB Graphics Card for another £7


the alternative item uve got is the ryzen once u add in the extras and drop some others from my other post keep the rx580 u done on the intel line up just leaves room for the 2600 on price per price on system vs system..

alt link is here from my other post:
cclonline.com/pc/…03/

^ above is a list on mine on here with some high spec parts inside of it,

question is 2600 vs 9400f 9400F would be the winner here on stats.
but id still go for the ryzen cos im a massive fan.. do some reasearch pal.
Edited by: "sarden84" 3rd Jan
gazdoubleu03/01/2020 14:32

This is an I3 not an I5


mods mate lol.. have stated i3 in the post dec. i didnt add either i3/i5 in the headline.
sarden8403/01/2020 14:36

mods mate lol.. have stated i3 in the post dec. i didnt add either i3/i5 …mods mate lol.. have stated i3 in the post dec. i didnt add either i3/i5 in the headline.


Yeah, pay peanuts get monkeys
Heated, finally a budget gaming PC with a halfway decent graphics card. Yes, not the strongest CPU in the world but in the majority of games you will notice the graphics card FAR more, which is respectable for the price. A good system for very solid 1080P performance I would expect and a SSD too, not bad at all for the pricepoint....
Good post OP. Heat.
Waiting for the "9100F is slower than my i9-9900k" comments...
Good budget build. Have some heat.
sarden8403/01/2020 14:36

mods mate lol.. have stated i3 in the post dec. i didnt add either i3/i5 …mods mate lol.. have stated i3 in the post dec. i didnt add either i3/i5 in the headline.


Hey Sarden84. Think you've found my biting point for a gaming PC! When you have a minute, would you be able to give your opinion on the following questions?
- what do you think of upgrading the SSD to 480GB and not adding a HDD, vs leaving the SSD as 280 and adding a 1TB HDD? Price wise, the first option comes out £12 cheaper. I wont be playing loads of games, but dont want to be too restricted for future proofing.
- is there any benefit of the £7 graphics card upgrade to the Palite geforce GTX 1650? Or best to just stick to the Radeon 580?
- is the standard PSU ok for light gaming? I know you recommended the upgrade by phoning, but is that more for intense/longer use?
- do you know if the keyboard/mouse bundle is a good deal? If they're standard price I'll stick to the ones I have, but if a good deal I'll add them.
- I think on one of your posts you gave good detailed instructions on how to add windows yourself, but I cant find it anymore. Any chance of adding it to this reply? £100 extra seems a bit much.
- think I'll also upgrade the CPU for the extra £65, just to ensure i can play any game i fancy.

Thanks so much for all these deals you're posting! Keep up the good work.
Stearny05/01/2020 13:50

Hey Sarden84. Think you've found my biting point for a gaming PC! When you …Hey Sarden84. Think you've found my biting point for a gaming PC! When you have a minute, would you be able to give your opinion on the following questions?- what do you think of upgrading the SSD to 480GB and not adding a HDD, vs leaving the SSD as 280 and adding a 1TB HDD? Price wise, the first option comes out £12 cheaper. I wont be playing loads of games, but dont want to be too restricted for future proofing.- is there any benefit of the £7 graphics card upgrade to the Palite geforce GTX 1650? Or best to just stick to the Radeon 580?- is the standard PSU ok for light gaming? I know you recommended the upgrade by phoning, but is that more for intense/longer use?- do you know if the keyboard/mouse bundle is a good deal? If they're standard price I'll stick to the ones I have, but if a good deal I'll add them.- I think on one of your posts you gave good detailed instructions on how to add windows yourself, but I cant find it anymore. Any chance of adding it to this reply? £100 extra seems a bit much.- think I'll also upgrade the CPU for the extra £65, just to ensure i can play any game i fancy.Thanks so much for all these deals you're posting! Keep up the good work.


Back laters mate. #work
Hey Sarden84. Think you've found my biting point for a gaming PC! When you have a minute, would you be able to give your opinion on the following questions?- what do you think of upgrading the SSD to 480GB and not adding a HDD


###### optional ideal....... but does mean less overall storage in the long run and games are getting quite big


any benefit of the £7 graphics card upgrade to the Palite geforce GTX 1650? Or best to just stick to the Radeon 580?-

###### slight benefit for now on some games fps, but the 8gb will help in more demanding titles/new titles down the line more as its not all about speed then a 4gb card

is the standard PSU ok for light gaming? I know you recommended the upgrade by phoning, but is that more for intense/longer use?-

########## doesnt give name of exact 80 plus non B which in builds on other is the factual.... RX580 be fine, anything further i would advoid.. ive been slatting ccl over an Error recently via there ebay lists an RX590 which has a reco of 550w and they use a poor 500w for the most demanding budget card = fools.



do you know if the keyboard/mouse bundle is a good deal? If they're standard price I'll stick to the ones I have

####### not tested cant confirm reviews look good.

windows can be found here: microsoft.com/en-…s10
ebay codes on ebay for a 5er..
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