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CCL Knight Gaming PC, I3 9100F / I5 9400F optional Graphics cards from £390.99.
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CCL Knight Gaming PC, I3 9100F / I5 9400F optional Graphics cards from £390.99.

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CCL Knight Gaming PC, I3 9100F / I5 9400F optional Graphics cards from £390.99.
Posted 21st Aug 2020Edited by:"sarden84"

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

Intel Core i3 9100F 3.6GHz Quad Core £61
MSI B365M PRO-VH Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £55
CCL Choice 16GB (2x 8GB) 2666MHz DDR4 RAM £48
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £28
Aero Cool Integrator OEM 500W 80+ Bronze PSU £35
CiT Beam Gaming Case - Black £30

With a 1650 Mini 4GB Graphics Card (£125)
cclonline.com/pc/…06/
Total parts: £382 / Their cost £390.99

With a 1650 SUPER 4GB Graphics card (£164)
cclonline.com/pc/…03/
Total parts: £421 / Their cost £438.99

With a 1660 Super Graphics card (£210)
cclonline.com/pc/…01/
Total parts: £467 / Their cost £468.99

*the 1660 Super being the real deal....... and others for the ultra affordable option,

Upgrading to the 9400F at £67.99 extra is inline with the gap price between the 2 cpus and more aimed for that 1660super respective combo aim,

i.e

Intel Core i5 9400F 2.9GHz Hexa Core £128
MSI B365M PRO-VH Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £55
CCL Choice 16GB (2x 8GB) 2666MHz DDR4 RAM £48
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £28
Aero Cool Integrator OEM 500W 80+ Bronze PSU £35
CiT Beam Gaming Case - Black £30
-->> Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card £210

cclonline.com/pc/…01/
Total parts: £534 / Their cost £535.99

build ideas how the deal is competitive, please check that the deal fits in to your own personal needs, i.e add extra storage, upgrade psu to personal taste, and so on,.....

im Back, many more to come this evening.



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TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi +£9



2TB Seagate Hard Drive (7200rpm / 256MB Cache) +£53


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Would really appreciate a deal that would be recommended to run the new ms flight sim well (realise it would be an expensive pc)
Gavin_Marshall21/08/2020 13:04

Would really appreciate a deal that would be recommended to run the new ms …Would really appreciate a deal that would be recommended to run the new ms flight sim well (realise it would be an expensive pc)


Budget ?
Gavin_Marshall21/08/2020 13:04

Would really appreciate a deal that would be recommended to run the new ms …Would really appreciate a deal that would be recommended to run the new ms flight sim well (realise it would be an expensive pc)


Second this request please, budget around 800-900, my gtx970 & i5 is averaging around 10fps! Definitely time for an upgrade, thanks for any help in advance.
deankdhdd21/08/2020 13:08

Budget ?


As little as possible lol.

Around 1kish. Ideal would be to run 4k ms flight sim smoothly

Thanks in advance
Third this request currently running a gtx 970 with a i5 4570k.

It's served me well for a number of years but is now starting to creak.

Be nice to play a few newer games at decent frame rates and settings.

£800 would be nice but am expecting to pay more like £1k
Gavin_Marshall21/08/2020 13:13

As little as possible lol.Around 1kish. Ideal would be to run 4k ms flight …As little as possible lol.Around 1kish. Ideal would be to run 4k ms flight sim smoothly ;)Thanks in advance



hotukdeals.com/dea…685

3600 / 1660s £600
3600 / 2060 just under £700
3600 / 5700xt just under £750
and then whack in 2TB hard drive for £55 on top.,

if u wanna have an nvme: u can remove the ssd / exchange for the intel 512GB nvme,
or complete remove the ssd and dont buy one with the system and then purchase this:

hotukdeals.com/dea…706
sarden8421/08/2020 14:04

https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/palicomp-best-buy-desktop-pc-ryzen-3600-1660super-16gb-b450-ps600-or-b550-ps640-from-palicomp-35166853600 / 1660s £6003600 / 2060 just under £7003600 / 5700xt just under £750and then whack in 2TB hard drive for £55 on top.,if u wanna have an nvme: u can remove the ssd / exchange for the intel 512GB nvme, or complete remove the ssd and dont buy one with the system and then purchase this: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/kingston-a2000-sa2000m8500g-ssd-nvme-pcie-m2-2280-500gb-ps5499-delivered-at-amazon-3526706


Thanks very much. Will that be up to 4k?
Sorry if this is the wrong place but what do people think to this price?

cclonline.com/pc/…pc/
Danny_Bee21/08/2020 15:41

Sorry if this is the wrong place but what do people think to this …Sorry if this is the wrong place but what do people think to this price?https://www.cclonline.com/pc/gaming-pcs/ryzen/ccl-ryzen-gs-gaming-pc/



You have got a few elements inside this where u have gone up a T in the quality.

but regardless that whole build was not a competitive deal i saw last time i looked,but CCL is coming down thoroughly, so ill take another look...

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz Hexa Core £155
Adata D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 RAM £55
Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £70
MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Ventus XS 6GB Graphics Card £300
TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps WiFi Card £9
Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite 120 Liquid CPU Cooler £35
Lian Li Lancool 205 Mid Tower Case White £65
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX AMD Motherboard £90
Gigabyte P650B 650W 80+ Bronze PSU £65


£840ish, and they want £866 so not a bad deal though, not as cheap as the palicomp vs part price / u pay price, but not that bad,

the ram doesnt make sense, prem board, prem nvme, basic ram?...... upgrade it, cpu cooler is a little rubbish too.. gigabyte 650w is an over price quality psu too and cert isnt worth the typical tag price of £65 but it is £65...

ill hunt laters for some newer deals,
if your looking for higher FPS, the 5700XT will cert give a boost in performance over the 2060,but the 2060 is a nice for an all rounder gamer/worker/RTX'er, 500W is more then enough, a couple of options inside to up, - stock cooler on the 3600 is decent enough, but u can speak to them and ask for the RGB stock cooler from the 3700xt and bang that on a 3600 for like £20... - they done it to many other folks, then u get an upper stock cooler without going into the aio field which is something id personal avoid for your son, if your buying next week, keep an eye on my newer deals / current and re ask me next week, i expect some changes.
My motto in gaming terms for their kids.......

Go decent basic on all elements untill one can afford a 5700xt... and once u can budget in a 5700xt then rethink back.
sarden8421/08/2020 16:00

if your looking for higher FPS, the 5700XT will cert give a boost in …if your looking for higher FPS, the 5700XT will cert give a boost in performance over the 2060,but the 2060 is a nice for an all rounder gamer/worker/RTX'er, 500W is more then enough, a couple of options inside to up, - stock cooler on the 3600 is decent enough, but u can speak to them and ask for the RGB stock cooler from the 3700xt and bang that on a 3600 for like £20... - they done it to many other folks, then u get an upper stock cooler without going into the aio field which is something id personal avoid for your son, if your buying next week, keep an eye on my newer deals / current and re ask me next week, i expect some changes.


Thanks much appreciated , Might be worth going the 5700 route then as it will be purely used for gaming , I'll be watching for new deals
Thanks OP

Am looking to build a pc with my daughter for her to use. She's eight and plays Minecraft, but no other games. Main function of the pc will be for her to do homework on and watch YouTube vids. Hoping to get the best I can for £300- £350. We have a monitor, speakers, keyboard and mouse. I'm not asking you to help me select the components, I know that would take time! - but do you know of a site that lists best component options as price points to help people build a pc for a set price?
SuperFlyBlues21/08/2020 17:42

Thanks OPAm looking to build a pc with my daughter for her to use. She's …Thanks OPAm looking to build a pc with my daughter for her to use. She's eight and plays Minecraft, but no other games. Main function of the pc will be for her to do homework on and watch YouTube vids. Hoping to get the best I can for £300- £350. We have a monitor, speakers, keyboard and mouse. I'm not asking you to help me select the components, I know that would take time! - but do you know of a site that lists best component options as price points to help people build a pc for a set price?



PC part picker is a good base, but it doesn't cover all ideas.

here is an exclusive one via CCL.

CiT Classic Midi Case - Black £30 (includes PSU, so a cracker of the price....)
Adata XPG Gammix D10 8GB (1x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £28.99 so either get 1 or 2... (first upgrade to get another if u can)
MSI A320M-A PRO AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard - nice basic motherboard,...... cheapest atm here... £43
Western Digital Green 240GB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD - might as well go m2 for £1 more then typical ssd. £27
Toshiba P300 1TB SATA III 3.5" HDD - nice 1TB hd. £33

and for the CPU head to here: hotukdeals.com/dea…631 £75

this is a 3200G with built in vega 8 graphics, perfect for her needs and ur budget,

total cost: £237 or 266 with 16GB
sarden8421/08/2020 18:19

PC part picker is a good base, but it doesn't cover all ideas.here is an …PC part picker is a good base, but it doesn't cover all ideas.here is an exclusive one via CCL.CiT Classic Midi Case - Black £30 (includes PSU, so a cracker of the price....)Adata XPG Gammix D10 8GB (1x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £28.99 so either get 1 or 2... (first upgrade to get another if u can)MSI A320M-A PRO AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard - nice basic motherboard,...... cheapest atm here... £43Western Digital Green 240GB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD - might as well go m2 for £1 more then typical ssd. £27Toshiba P300 1TB SATA III 3.5" HDD - nice 1TB hd. £33and for the CPU head to here: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amd-ryzen-3-3200g-vega-graphics-am4-cpu-with-wraith-stealth-cooler-ps7599-at-currys-pc-world-3524631 £75this is a 3200G with built in vega 8 graphics, perfect for her needs and ur budget,total cost: £237 or 266 with 16GB


Thanks so much for pulling all that together. Very much appreciated. Thanks also for the heads up on PC Part Picker, it looks really useful.

One quick question, my daughter's (very) old Windows 10 PC will be blanked when we put the new one together and wont be used for Windows 10 again. If I install Windows 10 on the new machine, would it activate ok with the key from the old machine?

EDITED: The PC you've put together above is so cheap, I think I'll probably go for the 16gb option and upgrade the CPU to a Ryzen 5 3600, I think that will work with the above motherboard.
Edited by: "SuperFlyBlues" 22nd Aug
SuperFlyBlues21/08/2020 23:44

Thanks so much for pulling all that together. Very much appreciated. …Thanks so much for pulling all that together. Very much appreciated. Thanks also for the heads up on PC Part Picker, it looks really useful. One quick question, my daughter's (very) old Windows 10 PC will be blanked when we put the new one together and wont be used for Windows 10 again. If I install Windows 10 on the new machine, would it activate ok with the key from the old machine?EDITED: The PC you've put together above is so cheap, I think I'll probably go for the 16gb option and upgrade the CPU to a Ryzen 5 3600, I think that will work with the above motherboard.


u will prob need to repurchase a key, there cheap of sites as they get mostly activated to the motherboard in general (times they dont) but gen do.. so u could try..

problem with the 3600 u will need a GPU, the 3200G or 3400G has built in vega graphics. how soon u want it as the newer apu's are coming in.

alt u could get a 3100 from amazon, for £95 which £20 more and then go n buy a used gpu of the market.

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sarden8422/08/2020 08:41

u will prob need to repurchase a key, there cheap of sites as they get …u will prob need to repurchase a key, there cheap of sites as they get mostly activated to the motherboard in general (times they dont) but gen do.. so u could try..problem with the 3600 u will need a GPU, the 3200G or 3400G has built in vega graphics. how soon u want it as the newer apu's are coming in.alt u could get a 3100 from amazon, for £95 which £20 more and then go n buy a used gpu of the market. --


Many thanks again. That’s really helpful info and very much appreciated. I didn’t realise the 3600 doesn’t have vega graphics built in, I just looked at its benchmark score on cpubenchmark and assumed its much higher score would mean a faster experience all round. Re the new models coming out and when I need to build the pc, I’m in no real hurry, though my daughter would disagree! Do you know when the new apus/cpus you’d recommend are expected to be released and will they work with the motherboard you recommended?

EDIT: Found the answer to my above question, next gen Ryzens should be out Q3 2020 and they'll continue to use AM4 socketset Think I'll wait for those to come out. Just need to decide whether to buy the rest of the components recommended above now or wait and see what's out there when the new APUs come out
Edited by: "SuperFlyBlues" 22nd Aug
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