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CCL Raven GS Gaming PC £502.98 (£602.98 W/Win10) AMD Ryzen 5, Radeon RX Vega 11, SSD and HDD £502.98 at CCLOnline
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CCL Raven GS Gaming PC £502.98 (£602.98 W/Win10) AMD Ryzen 5, Radeon RX Vega 11, SSD and HDD £502.98 at CCLOnline

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Posted 16th Jun
Not a bad all round PC for someone looking for a 1st one and doesn't want to spend a fortune. All parts can be upgraded if want to spend more. Radeon RX Vega 11 good graphics card, and comes with AMD Ryzen 5 too as well as HDD and SSD and cooler plus additional fans.

CPU
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G 3.7GHz

RAM
16GB DDR4 3200MHz

Storage
240GB Western Digital Green SATA III SSD
1TB Seagate BarraCuda HDD

Wi-Fi
300Mbps Built-in Wi-Fi
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Whilst I know that the Vega graphics are fine I think it is a stretch to say “gaming pc” when it’s just onboard graphics. There does really need to be a discreet graphics card for that to be a fair description IMO.
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Save 20 quid and get something like this, better cpu and gpu hotukdeals.com/dea…062
Whilst I know that the Vega graphics are fine I think it is a stretch to say “gaming pc” when it’s just onboard graphics. There does really need to be a discreet graphics card for that to be a fair description IMO.
lol plus a ton for Windows 10
Wow that's expensive check in here there will be better deals posted around this cost. Is expect a graphics card for that price.
Poor deal with no graphics card.
Ok my bad, thought it was an ok looking machine for the price.
Anyone recommend a good all round PC for around £500?
Stephenx6316/06/2020 23:41

Ok my bad, thought it was an ok looking machine for the price.Anyone …Ok my bad, thought it was an ok looking machine for the price.Anyone recommend a good all round PC for around £500?


I think you'd be a bit hard pressed to find one atm, prices seem to be inflated because of Corona for now
how on earth has this got 114D's?

if you got a budget of £500 --->> hotukdeals.com/dea…062

475 + 1tb +wifi and id swap -k board to the -a which is a must comes in at £536

got a budget of £575 --->> ryzen 5 6core 12tread
2600 / 1tb / 240gb / ssd RX580 8gb (higher gpu package..)

hotukdeals.com/dea…445

or here--- >>> as above with 3330x instead. (newer cpu with increase ipc, but only 4c/8t)
hotukdeals.com/dea…963

and if u do fancy a 3400G

go to this one: hotukdeals.com/dea…281
see the bottom section its got a nice 3200G for £350 copy paste into an email and ask for the 3400G which will cost an extra £50 above that. so that will be £100 less then this if u dont fancy 480gb ssd ask for 240gb/1tb combo which is +£15

but being honest, inside that last one is a nice 1200 / rx560.. a little on the cpu then the 3400 but having a dedicated graphics card all for £400 that is a good low end system...... so abit more in GPU aspect which is kicker for the price.... and its the 4GB RX560
and u can do the swap change with ssd/hdd too..

and they charge £50 to do windows if need be..

£400 my pick would be the last link for that 1200/rx560 or ask for a 3400g. by palicomp
£536 would the first link with the changes. by AWD
£575 would be the next stop with the 2600/rx580 8gb by palicomp
------ its there the 3300x for consideration....... by palicomp... seeing as how CCL dropped out.
but id use the £575 and ask them for 3600+£50 more for all in the £575 to make £625 for the 3600/rx580 or go 2600/1660super £645 and ask for the increase of GPU though..
Edited by: "sarden84" 17th Jun
Imo, this isn't a good deal, especially when comparing to the 3600/5700XT AE deal. (https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/p300-air-gaming-pc-ryzen-3600-asus-b550-5700xt-anniversary-16gb-3600-mhz-ram-256gb-sx8200-pro-79995-1tb-hdd-83598-at-awd-it-3486893)

This deal is based on an APU which in all honesty is only good for low level/720p gaming. An old low end board, and lower RAM speeds.

For less than £300 extra, appreciate that it is a lot of money, you get so much more bang for your buck, not to mention it's much more future proof. You'd spend more than £300 getting it to the level of the other deal.
DevilWithin16/06/2020 16:26

lol plus a ton for Windows 10


Not if you download the iso from Microsoft and use an old windows 7/8 key. I've never once paid for Windows 10.
You can also use Windows 10 with no key and put up with the watermark in the corner.
Or buy a windows 10 key from cdkeys,etc.

microsoft.com/en-…ISO
Del11k17/06/2020 17:22

Not if you download the iso from Microsoft and use an old windows 7/8 key. …Not if you download the iso from Microsoft and use an old windows 7/8 key. I've never once paid for Windows 10.You can also use Windows 10 with no key and put up with the watermark in the corner.Or buy a windows 10 key from cdkeys,etc.https://www.microsoft.com/en-gb/software-download/windows10ISO


This was kind of my point...
DevilWithin17/06/2020 19:56

This was kind of my point...


Not a ton though,more like a tenner at the most.
Edited by: "Del11k" 18th Jun
It's not a bad deal IMO but if they had thrown in a decent GFX card it would definitely then be a good deal
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