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CCL Reaper 3700x Octa core 3.6GHz, RTX 2070 8GB, 16gb 3000MHz, 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, NO OS, MSI B450 Tomahawk Desktop gaming PC @ CCL £1193.99
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CCL Reaper 3700x Octa core 3.6GHz, RTX 2070 8GB, 16gb 3000MHz, 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, NO OS, MSI B450 Tomahawk Desktop gaming PC @ CCL £1193.99

£1,193.99CCLOnline Deals
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Posted 18th Jul

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

Please note you'll have to make some "Customisation" changes to reach this price, reduce the Hard drive from 3tb to 2tb, Change liquid cooler to stock. If you'd prefer the RTX 2070 super you can make the change for +£77, you can make more extensive changes (Quite literally everything) using the advanced customisation option, but this will charge you £25 for the privilege. PSU is Corsair 650W 80+ Bronze.

I've been scanning the market in search of a Mid-High tier gaming PC for a while now since my 7 year old PC blew up (RIP) a couple of months back, I know most people prefer to upgrade their current PC's etc but for those who fall into the following category:

1. Don't want to/can't build their own PC.
2. Want the new gen hardware that will play all the latest upcoming games for years to come without problems.
3. Have the money for a 1k+ rig (Or don't and get it anyway).

Then you're probably in the same boat as me! Also if you see anything cheaper than this for same specs, do let me know!
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Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:11

Or assemble it yourself for less £500


CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a little off buddy
38100855.jpgIl just stick way me ol Macintosh waiting on the snake game update 😏
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38100855.jpgIl just stick way me ol Macintosh waiting on the snake game update 😏
Edited by: "Alastair_Millar" 18th Jul
No name psu, also not specified which rtx 2070 specifically. Eh, if tou really dont care, go for it. But no name psu calls for trouble
guy_good18/07/2019 11:08

No name psu, also not specified which rtx 2070 specifically. Eh, if tou …No name psu, also not specified which rtx 2070 specifically. Eh, if tou really dont care, go for it. But no name psu calls for trouble


If you click customise this pc you can see the specific gpu model but they don’t show psu which is worrying. Also you can’t select 3600mhz RAM which is the optimal speed for Ryzen 3000 series.
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Another option is cclonline.com/pc/…EBX which has a bit of a cheaper motherboard but better PSU (and a different case), and can be configured with the same spec otherwise. Personally I'd just have the 2060 and 3600x

Think they are both competitive though.
guy_good18/07/2019 11:08

No name psu, also not specified which rtx 2070 specifically. Eh, if tou …No name psu, also not specified which rtx 2070 specifically. Eh, if tou really dont care, go for it. But no name psu calls for trouble


Read description - Corsair 650W Bronze rated, if you go to "Advanced customisation" you can see all parts and specific models, and also change them.
stuellis18/07/2019 11:18

If you click customise this pc you can see the specific gpu model but they …If you click customise this pc you can see the specific gpu model but they don’t show psu which is worrying. Also you can’t select 3600mhz RAM which is the optimal speed for Ryzen 3000 series.


See above
Edited by: "teale.leach" 18th Jul
deleted211550818/07/2019 11:20

Another option is …Another option is https://www.cclonline.com/pc/gaming-pcs/nebula/ccl-nebulax-gaming-pc/?SkinID=NEBX which has a bit of a cheaper motherboard but better PSU (and a different case), and can be configured with the same spec otherwise. Personally I'd just have the 2060 and 3600xThink they are both competitive though.


Yeah definitely both decent deals, main dislike about this one was the case! Thanks for sharing
Deal looks good but the devil is in the details. I'd have concerns with the power supply to the CPU with that motherboard I believe it will be on the ragged edge in terms of the vrm design to that CPU. Chances are with no air flow over the vrm there will be some thermal issues and possible stability problems.

Maybe it will be ok but overclocking wouldn't be recommended and you may not get the most out of the precision boost 2 performance on that cpu

Everything else looks great considering the price. Going to vote hot as long as the buyer is away of the potential motherboard limitation.
LazerBen18/07/2019 11:40

Deal looks good but the devil is in the details. I'd have concerns with …Deal looks good but the devil is in the details. I'd have concerns with the power supply to the CPU with that motherboard I believe it will be on the ragged edge in terms of the vrm design to that CPU. Chances are with no air flow over the vrm there will be some thermal issues and possible stability problems.Maybe it will be ok but overclocking wouldn't be recommended and you may not get the most out of the precision boost 2 performance on that cpuEverything else looks great considering the price. Going to vote hot as long as the buyer is away of the potential motherboard limitation.


I'll let you know if I have any problems with mine!
Or assemble it yourself for less £500
Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:11

Or assemble it yourself for less £500


CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a little off buddy
teale.leach18/07/2019 16:15

CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a …CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a little off buddy



It's not my math! It's my understanding of the price of the parts! Wow!
Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:40

It's not my math! It's my understanding of the price of the parts! Wow! …It's not my math! It's my understanding of the price of the parts! Wow!


Then why make an uninformed comment? Pretty wild assumption to make when you don't even know the prices of each part
teale.leach18/07/2019 16:47

Then why make an uninformed comment? Pretty wild assumption to make when …Then why make an uninformed comment? Pretty wild assumption to make when you don't even know the prices of each part



Thanks Captain obvious! At least I've assumed my mistake.
Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:11

Or assemble it yourself for less £500


or not because no one can get all these parts for that price
Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:48

Thanks Captain obvious! At least I've assumed my mistake.


Theres being an idiot and then theres being you...
Pedro_Passos18/07/2019 16:11

Or assemble it yourself for less £500


Sure pentium 1 with 3dfx card from the 90th
bastecio197519/07/2019 09:06

Sure pentium 1 with 3dfx card from the 90th


Man I loved my 3dfx card. I remember having quake 2 and being in dismay about the poor quality graphics and fps, so I saved up my paper round money for months and months just to get one. When I finally go buy it, I get home and realise my mum isn't there and in desperation to install the card and play, I crawl through the small bathroom window and get stuck for 2 hours until they return. Random, but its strange how memories return from reading simple comment lol.
teale.leach18/07/2019 16:15

CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a …CPU and GPU alone is £720 if buying individually... Think your math is a little off buddy


Yeah but CPU and GPU account for around 70% of this build though.
The rest is just RAM, mobo, HDD and m.2, case and PSU.

RAM is around £80, mobo £100, m.2 around £80, case £60, PSU £50.
I think it's a decent build but I think you could buy your parts individually for a better price and with your own customisations (allbeit you can customise on the website itself).
Pikea3319/07/2019 11:44

Yeah but CPU and GPU account for around 70% of this build though.The rest …Yeah but CPU and GPU account for around 70% of this build though.The rest is just RAM, mobo, HDD and m.2, case and PSU.RAM is around £80, mobo £100, m.2 around £80, case £60, PSU £50.I think it's a decent build but I think you could buy your parts individually for a better price and with your own customisations (allbeit you can customise on the website itself).


What point are you trying to make? I never said it's not cheaper to build you own, I said it's nowhere near £500 cheaper. HDD & SSD are actually closer to £110 together. To your calculations it's around £70-100 cheaper to order individually and build your own, for those that can't build their own PC and want the 3 year CCL warranty, it really isn't that much of a saving.
Edited by: "teale.leach" 19th Jul
Is 1200 pc only considered Mid range! Jesus! How much better do these games look than say the pro or X?
Mikavelli23/07/2019 21:21

Is 1200 pc only considered Mid range! Jesus! How much better do these …Is 1200 pc only considered Mid range! Jesus! How much better do these games look than say the pro or X?


Everyone has a different idea of which tiers are mid-high, I’d say this is very high mid tier if you consider a 2080ti costs over £1k alone, can’t really call this as high top tier
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