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CCL Ryzen 3600x / 5600xt Gaming PC package (Battle of the firms AWD vs CCL) £829.00 from CCLOnline.
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CCL Ryzen 3600x / 5600xt Gaming PC package (Battle of the firms AWD vs CCL) £829.00 from CCLOnline.

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Posted 22nd JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 3.8GHz Hexa Core CPU £185
Gigabyte B450 Gaming X AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £75
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £60
Kingston A400 480GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £56
Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £33
MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT MECH OC 6GB Overclocked Graphics Card £269
TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps WiFi £9
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £50
Cooler Master MB520 RGB Mid Tower Gaming Case £60

£797... there price built without windows... £829.

vs AWD Deal: hotukdeals.com/dea…477

### do not buy windows from them.. do it yourself from here: microsoft.com/en-…s10

A good review on the 5600xt (ignore prices its +£20 for KO here in uk)
youtube.com/wat…v9I

Conclusion its got the Latest GPU, Small Build Charge Over item website price.

The 5600xt were meant to compete with the 1660 TI... however just before launch NV price crash the 2060 the next one up over the 1660ti, AMD went in to panic state redid the bios, problem it were done so late, some cards cant be updated "this one can". so it may not be able to match and beat 2060 without an update at first,

alot of folks will be looking at these £280 GPU and will be considering these in their new machines, there nice.... but remember its not just 2060 vs 5600xt.... u have the blower versions of the 5700..........

as for part choices, its not one for me, but its still got some nice parts... ITS DEFO ONE FOR ONE. WHO CANT BE BOTHERED INSTALLING WINDOWS.

2/3 new builds tonight/ealy tomorrow.
check under my name for many more.

How does this one sum up the last one towards the AWD one i just posted, well its got a X in the 3600.. for more cpu power, a slight better motherboard, a better PSU i personal trust. u do get double SSD but missing the lower 240gb nvme, and the ram is a midge better on the AWD, ive used this adata ram its very good; price is a little high atm on the adata if ur buying on its own, cos some person keeps posting builds using it but ive not reflected that into the price of the above.. £42 atm per 8gb ouch,

these little extras i.e mb/cpu/psu reflect the £30 above the AWD one..but u do need to add windows yourself... this ones a hard one, i think the AWD wins!.

i can justify the £15 more on the CPU the £10 on the MB. which leaves £4 n afew other bits up n down. either way its £33/35... on top for building it, i can not miss the other gets windows. so the AWD is the DEAL!.

########## wait ###########
for £22 extra u can get the 5700 in the tabs...... which we all know what bios it comes with, what it can do, and what it cant... £22 extra now that is a worthy good dam card!.
its your call...

but i will give AWD Round 1 in the prebuild battle of the 5600xt...!

hotukdeals.com/dea…d=7

# If you dont know me, i scan the web to find decent prebuilds for non builders,... see under my name for many more or feel free to inbox and ill point u in the right direction, sometime some posts may not be as good as the last one, but its all about choices as each person/buyer has dif needs so where one may fit you, it may not fit them #

#hanging fire on the 2060 as the ones which should be coming aint here yet.. @KO in a build.. !
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Great post mate and thanks for all the info
any pointers to a decent compact gaming pc. mainly sim racing. i need something to fit under the tv unit and that won’t upset the other half
vincentsilver23/01/2020 00:31

any pointers to a decent compact gaming pc. mainly sim racing. i need …any pointers to a decent compact gaming pc. mainly sim racing. i need something to fit under the tv unit and that won’t upset the other half


whats the height of this shelf pal, the classic half 4 cards are like non ex now, best ones like 1050Ti, then u got the more kinda cubic shape which are nice for like an itx n mini 1660 super in it. so let me know the top whack of the height oh and depth u want it fitting in to and ill come back to u tomorrow.
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Jan
sarden8423/01/2020 00:45

whats the height of this shelf pal, the classic half 4 cards are like non …whats the height of this shelf pal, the classic half 4 cards are like non ex now, best ones like 1050Ti, then u got the more kinda cubic shape which are nice for like an itx n mini 1660 super in it. so let me know the top whack of the height oh and depth u want it fitting in to and ill come back to u tomorrow.


thanks i would appreciate your advice.
Im pretty limited space wise. max 400mm deep, 170 high, no limit to width though. needs to be plain black. no flashing leds or my wife will give me earache
vincentsilver23/01/2020 01:02

thanks i would appreciate your advice. Im pretty limited space wise. max …thanks i would appreciate your advice. Im pretty limited space wise. max 400mm deep, 170 high, no limit to width though. needs to be plain black. no flashing leds or my wife will give me earache


let me have a think, n ill inbox u tomorrow.. atleast ur in the livingroom lol, im shoved in the conserv!. least i can close the door in the evenings and get some peace!.
hi @sarden84 I'm looking for a build for a gaming pc which I'll also use as a workstation occasionally (normal office applications). budget is 1500-2000. I'm interested in 1440p 144hz gaming so something that can support this on high/ultra settings would be great. any suggestions from anything you've seen?
Unless your deficient in some capacity just build it yourself. There are multiple reasons for doing a self build in 2020, if you can take a selfie standing on a cliff, you can do this.
You can get genuine windows 10 keys from eBay for around £1.50
Yup it's cheap off eBay n very easy.

But taking it all in £30 less which matches the value again.. with the added bonus of Windows AWD.. Just lit comes on top.. I mean Just..

But the 3600X is a better cpu/ psu better.
MB isn't that much of a factor nudge ...
Ram isn't either both good nudge..

Both are good choices though side by side awd for most.

Good couple of 5600XT choices.. down to the buyer.
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Jan
vincentsilver23/01/2020 01:02

thanks i would appreciate your advice. Im pretty limited space wise. max …thanks i would appreciate your advice. Im pretty limited space wise. max 400mm deep, 170 high, no limit to width though. needs to be plain black. no flashing leds or my wife will give me earache



You're likely building mini-ITX in a console-style case. If you're interested in self-build, go 8on the SFF sub-Reddit, and there's a pinned spreadsheet with suggestions for builds at each case volume, and another one with the details of all cases available, so you can find a case that fits the space and work from there in terms of components.
hi

thanks for the detailed posts, do you know of any high end intel based gaming rigs pls around the £2k area with liquid cooling

thanks
hans.felthercrack23/01/2020 11:37

hithanks for the detailed posts, do you know of any high end intel based …hithanks for the detailed posts, do you know of any high end intel based gaming rigs pls around the £2k area with liquid cooling thanks


scan.co.uk/pro…wcB
Immoraliste23/01/2020 10:08

You're likely building mini-ITX in a console-style case. If you're …You're likely building mini-ITX in a console-style case. If you're interested in self-build, go 8on the SFF sub-Reddit, and there's a pinned spreadsheet with suggestions for builds at each case volume, and another one with the details of all cases available, so you can find a case that fits the space and work from there in terms of components.


I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced electronics skills and a fair bit of knowledge regarding components. Console style is probably what I’m after. I’m reasonably practical but i have no electronics experience. I have swapped out a couple of 2.5 inch drives and replaced with sata ssd on my old macbook pro and imac but thats as far as my practical skills have gone and that was following step by step instructions on iFixit. My main concern to taking on a self build would be that I have no idea which components are good/value for money. I dont need latest and greatest tech but would want a machine that could do 4k at 60fps. Machine would be hard wired to router so wifi card can be basic and I would like a ssd boot drive but other than that I am unsure what I would need in terms of further storage, cpu, graphics card, power supply, mother board etc.
Could you send me a link to the subreddit and I will definitely have a look.
Thanks
vincentsilver23/01/2020 11:41

I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced …I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced electronics skills and a fair bit of knowledge regarding components. Console style is probably what I’m after. I’m reasonably practical but i have no electronics experience. I have swapped out a couple of 2.5 inch drives and replaced with sata ssd on my old macbook pro and imac but thats as far as my practical skills have gone and that was following step by step instructions on iFixit. My main concern to taking on a self build would be that I have no idea which components are good/value for money. I dont need latest and greatest tech but would want a machine that could do 4k at 60fps. Machine would be hard wired to router so wifi card can be basic and I would like a ssd boot drive but other than that I am unsure what I would need in terms of further storage, cpu, graphics card, power supply, mother board etc.Could you send me a link to the subreddit and I will definitely have a look.Thanks


For 4k 60fps+
B450 motherboard atx size
2070 super or better
3200mhz+ DDR4 ram
Ryzen 2600 or better
650w+ PSU at least bronze rated
Good hdd 1tb+ and a small ssd for booting windows

Looking at about £800-1000 if you do it yourself
vincentsilver23/01/2020 11:41

I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced …I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced electronics skills and a fair bit of knowledge regarding components. Console style is probably what I’m after. I’m reasonably practical but i have no electronics experience. I have swapped out a couple of 2.5 inch drives and replaced with sata ssd on my old macbook pro and imac but thats as far as my practical skills have gone and that was following step by step instructions on iFixit. My main concern to taking on a self build would be that I have no idea which components are good/value for money. I dont need latest and greatest tech but would want a machine that could do 4k at 60fps. Machine would be hard wired to router so wifi card can be basic and I would like a ssd boot drive but other than that I am unsure what I would need in terms of further storage, cpu, graphics card, power supply, mother board etc.Could you send me a link to the subreddit and I will definitely have a look.Thanks


Or the one the OP has posted would be able to do 4k 60fps if you upgraded the gpu for an extra £212 to a 2070 super in the customize section still decent value for money imo
following on what @DealsDen101 said @vincentsilver

complete agree 2070 Super wind force for that 4K build.

the part is £470...... (web price now).. and as ive broken down this one its got a £35 build charge.
so cost is £212 increase cost over the 5600xt which is a cost of itself of £269 = 481.....

part price as said £470........ so build charge would go up another £10er... then.. but still worth it comparable to the rest of the market in the 2070 levels as there charges would be even more on the web.

@Mjtyl ^^ could be an option for u too if u had that £1050 budget...
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Jan
DealsDen10123/01/2020 11:50

Or the one the OP has posted would be able to do 4k 60fps if you upgraded …Or the one the OP has posted would be able to do 4k 60fps if you upgraded the gpu for an extra £212 to a 2070 super in the customize section still decent value for money imo


I had a look at the website but couldn’t find a case that looked small enough, mind you there were 150+ options and I only scrolled briefly through them all.
vincentsilver23/01/2020 12:03

I had a look at the website but couldn’t find a case that looked small e …I had a look at the website but couldn’t find a case that looked small enough, mind you there were 150+ options and I only scrolled briefly through them all.


cclonline.com/pro…97/


just need to check afew details for u lol..
Thanks @sarden84 & @DealsDen101 I’m gonna have a look at this again in more detail tonight after work. Looks like it might fit my space in the av unit
vincentsilver23/01/2020 13:30

Thanks @sarden84 & @DealsDen101 I’m gonna have a look at this again in m …Thanks @sarden84 & @DealsDen101 I’m gonna have a look at this again in more detail tonight after work. Looks like it might fit my space in the av unit


just a little tip once u done ur research. if u like a CCL build inside it, then go off a package atm call them and state the package... ive helped alot of people do complete new builds which have worked out amazing!, but atm.. cos someone keeps posting normal prebuilds lol.... , its made the "list of usual items any joe could buy on its own expensive via CCl on some lines... cos of demand, so always when u ring atm, quote a prebuild u want..... then what changes based on the prebuild as the prebuild will skip individual prices on the web. i.e case swap in this instant. (unless u go off the web site today and call today)
vincentsilver23/01/2020 11:41

I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced …I had never thought of self build, assumed you would need advanced electronics skills and a fair bit of knowledge regarding components. Console style is probably what I’m after. I’m reasonably practical but i have no electronics experience. I have swapped out a couple of 2.5 inch drives and replaced with sata ssd on my old macbook pro and imac but thats as far as my practical skills have gone and that was following step by step instructions on iFixit. My main concern to taking on a self build would be that I have no idea which components are good/value for money. I dont need latest and greatest tech but would want a machine that could do 4k at 60fps. Machine would be hard wired to router so wifi card can be basic and I would like a ssd boot drive but other than that I am unsure what I would need in terms of further storage, cpu, graphics card, power supply, mother board etc.Could you send me a link to the subreddit and I will definitely have a look.Thanks


Reddit Build a PC:
reddit.com/r/b…pc/
SFF Reddit:
reddit.com/r/s…pc/

It's not difficult to self-build your PC, but starting from scratch the research to understand both what you're doing, and the current market in components for what constitutes the best bang-for-buck for your needs / budget, will be a big tax on your time. So it's a question of whether you're willing to invest the time in it as a hobby, or whether you simply want a new PC that meets your expectations, that you can buy pre-built for you.

Building to a small-form factor (i.e console-like cases and tiny towers) also means for the same cost, your hardware will be significantly lower spec than a full size build (Sarden's build here costs £830 for a R5 3600X / 5600XT; for almost the exact same money the build I'm starting has a R5 1600AF / 1660 Super, and doesn't include the price of a SDD and HDD, so far inferior). If you're buying higher-end, power-hungry CPUs/GPUs, you'll also have to spend a lot on cooling to offset the congested, tight nature of SFF builds.
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