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Stryker Mini Gaming PC 1600AF (Confirmed) 480GB SSD B450 RX570 (No OS) £505.99 @ CCLOnline
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Stryker Mini Gaming PC 1600AF (Confirmed) 480GB SSD B450 RX570 (No OS) £505.99 @ CCLOnline

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Posted 27th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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

  • CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 1600 6 CORE **AF CONFIRMED** £85
  • MOTHERBOARD: Gigabyte B450M DS3H AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £65
  • RAM: HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £67
  • GRAPHICS CARD: XFX Radeon RX 570 XXX 8GB Graphics Card £120
  • PSU: Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £50
  • CASE Aero Cool Bolt Mini Case - Black £32
  • STORAGE: Maxtor By Seagate Z1 480GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £47

  • Total EST: £466 built price £507 with 3 year warranty

case takes:
Front: Supports 2 x 120mm fans
Top: Supports 2 x 120mm fans
Rear: Supports 1 x 120mm fan (included)

add some fans into same basket from:
cclonline.com/cat…ns/

ADDITIONAL (if required)
WIFI Card £9 / 1TB HDD £33

As for a £500 system, prob one of the best prebuilts in the market today, can u self build an alternative of course.

This is one of top prebuilds ive posted for the £500 mark, the parts in this ive personal touched and used except the "SSD" which doesnt worry me as its a sea sonic.

/alt/idea/ --> choose HDD instead of SSD, pick a promo SSD from the web or CCL main website and add into same basket.

###dont like the case, call ccl and quote mini stryker with build part details and "case name of your requirement.

1600AF vs 2600
youtube.com/wat…WXI

youtube.com/wat…mco
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very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Firstly M.2 is the form factor, so that's irrelevant.
Secondly, whilst NVME is faster, it's only in very specific circumstances (copying very large files) and for virtually everything else the improvement isn't noticeable. Describing SATA as 'slow' therefore is laughable.
Thirdly, nice scaremongering you got there. Also, wrong.
Fourthly, CCL have been in business a long time.

In summary, 0/10 post; would not read or engage again.
Edited by: "Whitedot" 27th Jan
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Absolute nonsense on both counts. Perhaps you'd care to share the workload you think people will be performing on this system that will benefit from an NVMe SSD? Because general desktop applications and games will see zero benefit moving from a SATA SSD. Equally, Be Quiet are a well-known and relatively respected brand for power supplies (and in general), and I'd have zero hesitation in recommending one of their units.
And this is why i post deals on here folks i.e prebuilds!.

i find fair price decent prebuilds to help folks, because you get folks like the above who put negative into everything they see what doesn't match up there own personal requirements.

There is nothing wrong with the SSD. nice size nice price / obviously ive given an idea on SSD options above but that goes to many prebuilts. want m2. well get your wallet out... get the hdd... and pick another SSD.. "options".. as for it being slow no it isnt, slower then a higher expensive NVMe of higher value in cost of course, worth slating? no.

as for the PSU, why? cos its bronze?.. seriously if folks knock bronze PSU cos its a bronze know nothing about PSU, Bronze doesnt state how reliable it is? neither does gold?.... ull find there is just the same amount of rubbish GOLD PSU's.... so this is a bronze and very good reliable one and for the price / performance one of the best.
Doesn't include Windows for this price, probably worth noting.

Still looks like good value after a quick Google, £90 CPU, £120 graphics card, £65 motherboard, £50 PSU, £80 RAM, £45 SSD, £30 case, which all comes out at £480, plus any other little bits and pieces (fans, thermal paste, cable ties etc.). You're not paying much at all to have it built.
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Wow, that's amazing!
Will this run most new releases on high fps?
Where's the AF confirmation?
barnese27/01/2020 13:19

Will this run most new releases on high fps?



Completely depends on the title, but at 1080p, yes, this will generally hold its own in gaming with modern titles.
you could take a risk and buy parts, build by yourself and what's left, upgrade the graphics..
MadeInBeats27/01/2020 13:26

Completely depends on the title, but at 1080p, yes, this will generally …Completely depends on the title, but at 1080p, yes, this will generally hold its own in gaming with modern titles.


Just my kid plays games like fortnite csgo gmod and uses software like Photoshop and light room. I don't have a clue about computers
barnese27/01/2020 13:30

Just my kid plays games like fortnite csgo gmod and uses software like …Just my kid plays games like fortnite csgo gmod and uses software like Photoshop and light room. I don't have a clue about computers



This would chew through games and apps like that no worries at all.
MadeInBeats27/01/2020 13:32

This would chew through games and apps like that no worries at all.


Is there anything additional I need to add before ordering??
Doesn't include Windows for this price, probably worth noting.

Still looks like good value after a quick Google, £90 CPU, £120 graphics card, £65 motherboard, £50 PSU, £80 RAM, £45 SSD, £30 case, which all comes out at £480, plus any other little bits and pieces (fans, thermal paste, cable ties etc.). You're not paying much at all to have it built.
Is this fine for simple Fifa games on ultra settings?

I just wish I could change the case....

Also, is it wise buying a 'Mini PC' rather than the usual Mid Tower PCs?
Edited by: "HSunny" 27th Jan
1600 AF is basically ryzen 5 2600 performance wise.
barnese27/01/2020 13:30

Just my kid plays games like fortnite csgo gmod and uses software like …Just my kid plays games like fortnite csgo gmod and uses software like Photoshop and light room. I don't have a clue about computers



have a read of the full advert i.e the alt idea, u could add the HDD as an extra, u must select either an SSD or HD to purchase, so a nice tip: if u have the HDD, u can purchase any SSD/NVME drive from the web, or go on to CCL main website after adding this to basket, and pay as one:

PNY CS900 240GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £27
Maxtor By Seagate Z1 240GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £27

Transcend 110s 128GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £24 <- low GB, but perfect for the OS on a budget as its NVMe, with the 1TB Harddrive selected in the prebult system option

// add wifi if needed, thats all.
Edited by: "sarden84" 27th Jan
HSunny27/01/2020 13:39

Is this fine for simple Fifa games on high settings?I just wish I could …Is this fine for simple Fifa games on high settings?I just wish I could change the case....


Call up. state the ref number on the side.. have a look on their web...... when u do call make sure u quote this package....

seriously guys if there is anything u want changing whats not listed,.... and want an alt way just give them a call but make sure u quote this as the ref point to edit from.
Edited by: "sarden84" 27th Jan
sarden8427/01/2020 13:47

Call up!..... state the ref number on the side.. have a look on their …Call up!..... state the ref number on the side.. have a look on their web...... when u do call make sure u quote this package....seriously guys if there is anything u want changing whats not listed,.... and want an alt way just give them a call but make sure u quote this as the ref point to edit from.


Relax, not everyone here is well versed on PC gaming.
Why not ask here where you'll most likely get a quick response from those in the know, rather than sales spiel or info from a customer service who may not actually know.
there isnt alot of videos on the web for the 1600af with the 570 combo, however i have listed in the post one 1600af vs 2600.. so just nip on youtube to get an idea of say 2600 rx570

for guide purposes:
youtube.com/wat…eJM
Edited by: "sarden84" 27th Jan
Incredible deal. I'm literally right now finishing a very similar build.
sarden8427/01/2020 13:52

there isnt alot of videos on the web for the 1600af with the 570 combo, …there isnt alot of videos on the web for the 1600af with the 570 combo, however i have listed in the post one 1600af vs 2600.. so just nip on youtube to get an idea of say 2600 rx570 for guide purposes: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BlJlQuCdeJM


THanks bud
barnese27/01/2020 13:33

Is there anything additional I need to add before ordering??


It doesn't come with Windows (it does but it's an extra £100), so you'd need to buy a Windows key off eBay for £5-£10 and use that to install Windows yourself. If you use WiFi on your PC you'd need a WiFi card, if your PC is next to the router you can plug it straight in with an ethernet cable.
I looked at this ready to find fault with the usual slow speed ram or a no name psu but there's nothing really to fault it.

Looks like a cracking deal to me.
sonofsouth27/01/2020 13:43

1600 AF is basically ryzen 5 2600 performance wise.




I've just benchmarked my fresh installation (1600AF) on novabench and got 1298. That is unclocked, out of the box. The novabench average for the 2600 looks to be 1331, compared to 824 for the 1600AE. So to say that the 1600AF achieves 2600 performance is not far off and is significantly better (63%) than the 1600AE

My RX570 is benching 803 which is almost RX 590 performance and significantly better than the novebench score for the RX570 (754).

So, as a combo in my build, the 1600AF and RX570 are working incredibly well together.
barnese27/01/2020 13:33

Is there anything additional I need to add before ordering??



If you haven't already got it, then you'll need keyboard, mouse and monitor. You'll also want a windows key off ebay and a usb stick. You'll need a machine or a mate to download windows onto the usb stick.

I think the min is a 16gb usb stick.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 27th Jan
m1keyp1key27/01/2020 14:05

If you haven't already got it, then you'll need keyboard, mouse and …If you haven't already got it, then you'll need keyboard, mouse and monitor. You'll also want a windows key off ebay and a usb stick. You'll need a machine or a mate to download windows onto the usb stick.I think the min is a 16gb usb stick.


i reco 8gb....... 4gb is ok... but subject to brand and sec rubbish.
sarden8427/01/2020 14:09

i reco 8gb....... 4gb is ok... but subject to brand and sec rubbish.




8gb min after googling (i used a 16gb kingston last week) i'd always go with a bit more. pretty sure you can get decent branded ones for a fiver anyway.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 27th Jan
Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.

Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.
Edited by: "very452001" 27th Jan
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.



Can easily upgrade that's a small issue - I wouldn't worry too much about the PSU also.
Edited by: "HSunny" 27th Jan
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Lol, Be Quiet are a reputable brand. Sure they are no Corsair/Seasonic, but they are not a no-name fire risk.
Edited by: "m1keyp1key" 27th Jan
Superstarbeejay27/01/2020 14:05

I've just benchmarked my fresh installation (1600AF) on novabench and got …I've just benchmarked my fresh installation (1600AF) on novabench and got 1298. That is unclocked, out of the box. The novabench average for the 2600 looks to be 1331, compared to 824 for the 1600AE. So to say that the 1600AF achieves 2600 performance is not far off and is significantly better (63%) than the 1600AEMy RX570 is benching 803 which is almost RX 590 performance and significantly better than the novebench score for the RX570 (754).So, as a combo in my build, the 1600AF and RX570 are working incredibly well together.


Good to hear.
One of my PCs is 2600 and RX 570 4GB.
I've used Superposition to benchmark the GPU, it would be interesting to compare the scores.
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Firstly M.2 is the form factor, so that's irrelevant.
Secondly, whilst NVME is faster, it's only in very specific circumstances (copying very large files) and for virtually everything else the improvement isn't noticeable. Describing SATA as 'slow' therefore is laughable.
Thirdly, nice scaremongering you got there. Also, wrong.
Fourthly, CCL have been in business a long time.

In summary, 0/10 post; would not read or engage again.
Edited by: "Whitedot" 27th Jan
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Absolute nonsense on both counts. Perhaps you'd care to share the workload you think people will be performing on this system that will benefit from an NVMe SSD? Because general desktop applications and games will see zero benefit moving from a SATA SSD. Equally, Be Quiet are a well-known and relatively respected brand for power supplies (and in general), and I'd have zero hesitation in recommending one of their units.
And this is why i post deals on here folks i.e prebuilds!.

i find fair price decent prebuilds to help folks, because you get folks like the above who put negative into everything they see what doesn't match up there own personal requirements.

There is nothing wrong with the SSD. nice size nice price / obviously ive given an idea on SSD options above but that goes to many prebuilts. want m2. well get your wallet out... get the hdd... and pick another SSD.. "options".. as for it being slow no it isnt, slower then a higher expensive NVMe of higher value in cost of course, worth slating? no.

as for the PSU, why? cos its bronze?.. seriously if folks knock bronze PSU cos its a bronze know nothing about PSU, Bronze doesnt state how reliable it is? neither does gold?.... ull find there is just the same amount of rubbish GOLD PSU's.... so this is a bronze and very good reliable one and for the price / performance one of the best.
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


Lol, scared much?
I've got this supply after failed Corsair.
You could benefit from reading some reviews.
Aretak27/01/2020 14:29

Absolute nonsense on both counts. Perhaps you'd care to share the workload …Absolute nonsense on both counts. Perhaps you'd care to share the workload you think people will be performing on this system that will benefit from an NVMe SSD? Because general desktop applications and games will see zero benefit moving from a SATA SSD. Equally, Be Quiet are a well-known and relatively respected brand for power supplies (and in general), and I'd have zero hesitation in recommending one of their units.



You'd have beat me to this post if you had an NVME SSD m8.
very45200127/01/2020 14:14

Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply …Cold not M.2 NVME SSD. This deal is for slow SATA SSD.Also Power supply not from a Reputable Brand and can risk electrical shorting and frying your computer parts but then again you got a 3 year warranty if they are still in business.


M.2 NVME SSD would be an overkill for this build. For any non hardcore user, SATA is completely fine.
Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you receive it and turn it on for the first time is it easy to access the internet to download and install it (buying a key off eBay)
ristac27/01/2020 14:31

Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you …Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you receive it and turn it on for the first time is it easy to access the internet to download and install it (buying a key off eBay)


u will need to sort that before hand, do u have a friend with pc who can do it for u?
ristac27/01/2020 14:31

Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you …Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you receive it and turn it on for the first time is it easy to access the internet to download and install it (buying a key off eBay)



vi.raptor.ebaydesc.com/ws/…r=0


if u get really really stuck..
ristac27/01/2020 14:31

Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you …Silly question but if you buy this without Windows installed, when you receive it and turn it on for the first time is it easy to access the internet to download and install it (buying a key off eBay)



You need another PC first, to download the Windows installer onto a USB stick. You then boot the new PC from the USB stick by selecting it as the startup device.

PS: Windows 10 will install and run without a licence key. Have a look into whether you even need one, there aren't many restrictions for running it without activation.
You should put the redemption codes for the free games in the description. These can be sold on eBay to bring the price down further..

And you get 1% Quidco.
Edited by: "Madchester" 27th Jan
Can confirm AF. Received today.

Cheers for tip, Sarden.


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Immoraliste27/01/2020 15:36

Can confirm AF. Received today. Cheers for tip, Sarden. [Image]


& for the next comment, "u must of been lucky"...

enjoy mate, what gpu u working with it?

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