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Ronin Gaming PC Ryzen 5 3600X CPU with a RX 5600XT from £687.99 or RX5700 from £709.99 @ CCL online
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Ronin Gaming PC Ryzen 5 3600X CPU with a RX 5600XT from £687.99 or RX5700 from £709.99 @ CCL online

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Posted 26th Jan

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

#typical part prices on the web:

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X 3.8GHz Hexa Core CPU £180
Gigabyte B450 AORUS ELITE AMD Motherboard £88
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £60
1TB Seagate BarraCuda £33
MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT MECH OC 6GB Overclocked Graphics Card £279
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £50
3 Year Collect & Return Warranty (UK Only) £0
Cooler Master MB520 RGB Mid Tower Gaming Case £60

Total est: £750......

GPU: 5700: cclonline.com/pc/specialist-gaming-pcs/ronin/ccl-ronin-gaming-pc/0000010000000100030000000000010001/

dont forget:

£20 per upgrade u can upgrade to these: Seasonic Core GC 650W 80+ Gold PSU / XFX Radeon RX 5700 DD 8GB Graphics Card / Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz

^^^ now thats where your major deal is at........ compared to the rest of the web.


#add windows yourself.
## good options to upgrade inside this...
### not preselect SSD, compare the drop down price to current promo prices elsewhere.

add to basket before whole payment "ideas" on ssd

ssd near 1tb
PNY CS900 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £80
Maxtor By Seagate Z1 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £80
Adata Ultimate SU650 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £80
Crucial BX500 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £93

nvme 1tb nvme
Intel 660p 1TB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £100
Intel 660p 1TB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £115

over 500gb nvme
Intel SSD 660p 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £60
Crucial P1 500GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £64
Adata XPG SX6000 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £67

around 500gb ssd
Western Digital Blue 3D NAND 500GB 2.5" SATA III
Maxtor By Seagate Z1 480GB 2.5" SATA III SSD 47
PNY CS900 480GB 2.5" SATA III SSD 49

128gb nvme
Transcend 110s 128GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £24

240gb ssd
Patriot Burst 120GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £27
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What is the colour of the boathouse in Hereford?
zeb.mattey26/01/2020 21:16

XT anniversary is on here atm for £320, sell game pass for 20 works out as …XT anniversary is on here atm for £320, sell game pass for 20 works out as £300 for the card. You should easily be able to put the rest together for £325, get a ryzen 2700 off amazon for £130 and sell the game pass for £15.


So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, you are left with £205 to buy a motherboard that isn't a junk A320, 16GB DDR4 300MHz+ RAM, a hard disk or SSD of reasonable size, a case, and a not junk bronze rated PSU.

When you are finished putting the list together, make sure you link it all here and where you can buy the parts from, ta.

Oh, I reckon if you can do it that it would be the hottest deal of the month.
hugekebab26/01/2020 20:33

What are those be quiet PSUs like? Are they actually quie


“Be quiet” is what you have to repeatedly say to it whilst it’s on
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What are those be quiet PSUs like? Are they actually quie
Love this website nice find heat added
hugekebab26/01/2020 20:33

What are those be quiet PSUs like? Are they actually quie


“Be quiet” is what you have to repeatedly say to it whilst it’s on
The b450 gaming plus max is +£80.

Wow
Gotta be considering ssd drives now. I'm running a couple of NVMe drives now and a couple of standard SATA III SSD drives for installs and whatnot. Hard to go back to HDD boot speeds. This mobo has a couple of m.2 ports for NVMe. Throw a small 250gb card on and use as a boot drive. You won't go back.
taffyraptor26/01/2020 20:45

Gotta be considering ssd drives now. I'm running a couple of NVMe drives …Gotta be considering ssd drives now. I'm running a couple of NVMe drives now and a couple of standard SATA III SSD drives for installs and whatnot. Hard to go back to HDD boot speeds. This mobo has a couple of m.2 ports for NVMe. Throw a small 250gb card on and use as a boot drive. You won't go back.


total agree with you on that mate, i just didnt preselect one, as people can compare whats inside the tabs to the wider web stocks, some nice nvme prices about.
I'm putting together a 5700 XT build at the moment and it's coming in at roughly £620, with a much better PSU than this garbage bronze one
zeb.mattey26/01/2020 21:14

I'm putting together a 5700 XT build at the moment and it's coming in at …I'm putting together a 5700 XT build at the moment and it's coming in at roughly £620, with a much better PSU than this garbage bronze one


Link?
deankdhdd26/01/2020 21:15

Link?


XT anniversary is on here atm for £320, sell game pass for 20 works out as £300 for the card. You should easily be able to put the rest together for £325, get a ryzen 2700 off amazon for £130 and sell the game pass for £15.
JohnnyRoller26/01/2020 20:40

“Be quiet” is what you have to repeatedly say to it whilst it’s on


Ah gotcha. Lol.
love it when someone slates, can do this... someone asks for a link and they talk rubbish... wheres the link for this amazing £620 deal i can click n buy right now?
What is the colour of the boathouse in Hereford?
btw: theres a gold in the drop down, for £21.... however this PSU is a bronze and a very reliable one at that.
zeb.mattey26/01/2020 21:16

XT anniversary is on here atm for £320, sell game pass for 20 works out as …XT anniversary is on here atm for £320, sell game pass for 20 works out as £300 for the card. You should easily be able to put the rest together for £325, get a ryzen 2700 off amazon for £130 and sell the game pass for £15.


So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, you are left with £205 to buy a motherboard that isn't a junk A320, 16GB DDR4 300MHz+ RAM, a hard disk or SSD of reasonable size, a case, and a not junk bronze rated PSU.

When you are finished putting the list together, make sure you link it all here and where you can buy the parts from, ta.

Oh, I reckon if you can do it that it would be the hottest deal of the month.
Doing a simmilar build at the moment to this and comes out at a very similar price - so good deal OP!

5600 XT £218.25
Ryzen 7 2700 £113.45
Asus TUF mATX AM4 £74.17
16GB 3000Mhz DDR4 £64.58
Abyss Mini Case +3 fans £81.14
Corsair CX450M PSU £39.99
1TB M.2 SSD £73.06

= £664.64
Great offer with the 3 years collect and return warranty
Uncommon.Sense26/01/2020 21:30

So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, …So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, you are left with £205 to buy a motherboard that isn't a junk A320, 16GB DDR4 300MHz+ RAM, a hard disk or SSD of reasonable size, a case, and a not junk bronze rated PSU. When you are finished putting the list together, make sure you link it all here and where you can buy the parts from, ta. Oh, I reckon if you can do it that it would be the hottest deal of the month.



itll be this lol.. uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…qBZ
sarden8426/01/2020 21:39

itll be this lol.. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/NdNqBZ


Nah, it won't there's no RAM. Also the PSU is a pile of actual junk.
dont forget:

£20 per upgrade u can upgrade to these: Seasonic Core GC 650W 80+ Gold PSU / XFX Radeon RX 5700 DD 8GB Graphics Card / Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz

^^^ now thats where your major deal is at........
Uncommon.Sense26/01/2020 21:40

Nah, it won't there's no RAM. Also the PSU is a pile of actual junk.


Sorry dude, just shop around. I already did an XT build, you can regularly get PSUs for 50 which are ace (I got an EVGA gold 650W for £43 on amazon warehouse). SSD for 40, a b450 mobo for 50, case im kinda meh on, usually spend 20, ram 55.

Comes to around £200. It's not hard using HUKD, I did my last XT build at this price and gave it to a friend.
zeb.mattey26/01/2020 21:58

Sorry dude, just shop around. I already did an XT build, you can regularly …Sorry dude, just shop around. I already did an XT build, you can regularly get PSUs for 50 which are ace (I got an EVGA gold 650W for £43 on amazon warehouse). SSD for 40, a b450 mobo for 50, case im kinda meh on, usually spend 20, ram 55. Comes to around £200. It's not hard using HUKD, I did my last XT build at this price and gave it to a friend.


Send a pc part picker link
deankdhdd26/01/2020 22:26

Send a pc part picker link


This is a deal website, use it, anyone on here buying parts at RRP is a numpty. Spend a week getting deals on parts you'll get prices in the ballpark I mentioned, I've done it, twice...
Anyone had any slow POST issues with a Ryzen CPU ?
I've read some articles that suggest they can take a while to post.
zeb.mattey26/01/2020 21:58

Sorry dude, just shop around. I already did an XT build, you can regularly …Sorry dude, just shop around. I already did an XT build, you can regularly get PSUs for 50 which are ace (I got an EVGA gold 650W for £43 on amazon warehouse). SSD for 40, a b450 mobo for 50, case im kinda meh on, usually spend 20, ram 55. Comes to around £200. It's not hard using HUKD, I did my last XT build at this price and gave it to a friend.


You are a joke. You're now talking about amazon warehouse items, mentioning 2700 when 3600 is a better gaming cpu, bad cases, a crap b450 low budget board. Just leave.
You should probably change the title... kind of misleading as you have to pay £20 extra for the 5700... still a great deal
What this spec like for FPS gaming..

Always liked the idea of a gaming pc tho was thinking it was 1000s and needed like 32gig ram
Shenx27/01/2020 07:29

What this spec like for FPS gaming..Always liked the idea of a gaming pc …What this spec like for FPS gaming..Always liked the idea of a gaming pc tho was thinking it was 1000s and needed like 32gig ram


If you upgrade to the 5700? You'll be seeing over 60fps in pretty much everything at highest settings (except things like RDR2) at 1440p. At 1080, anywhere between 80-100fps at high settings. In modern warfare for example, at 1080p highest settings you'll receive over 120fps.
Edited by: "shadow_marshal99" 27th Jan
Laptop market is also going all out ryzen. Especially silly with asus
hugekebab26/01/2020 20:33

What are those be quiet PSUs like? Are they actually quie


Can't be 100% sure about this model (they have some very similar named models) but apparently for a budget make, they're ok and as their name suggests, are pretty quiet. Apparently the capacitors aren't amazing and the bearings in the fan are prone to wearing but otherwise they're nowhere near as bad as most PSUs in this price range
esudl26/01/2020 21:29

What is the colour of the boathouse in Hereford?


😄 🏼🔥
Uncommon.Sense26/01/2020 21:30

So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, …So taking away the £300 for the 5700XT, and the £115 for the Ryzen 7 2700, you are left with £205 to buy a motherboard that isn't a junk A320, 16GB DDR4 300MHz+ RAM, a hard disk or SSD of reasonable size, a case, and a not junk bronze rated PSU. When you are finished putting the list together, make sure you link it all here and where you can buy the parts from, ta. Oh, I reckon if you can do it that it would be the hottest deal of the month.


Hello, I’m not a PC expert, I bought my PC prebuilt for £500.

I have an A320 M Pro motherboard, why is it rubbish? Just curious as I do want to upgrade in the future, does this prevent upgrading?

Although in 2/3 years, when I get a bigger budget, I do want to build one my self.
jay.327/01/2020 08:57

Hello, I’m not a PC expert, I bought my PC prebuilt for £500. I have an A3 …Hello, I’m not a PC expert, I bought my PC prebuilt for £500. I have an A320 M Pro motherboard, why is it rubbish? Just curious as I do want to upgrade in the future, does this prevent upgrading? Although in 2/3 years, when I get a bigger budget, I do want to build one my self.


Mostly down to the limited VRM design meaning the boards will struggle with a CPU that demands more current. Also they tend not to have more then two RAM slots, and limited I/O with basic things like USB 3.1 Gen2 type C ports missing etc.

You'd just need to be careful about what you put in it, something like an R5 3600 is fine, but a 3900X or equivalent would be a no.
Uncommon.Sense27/01/2020 09:01

Mostly down to the limited VRM design meaning the boards will struggle …Mostly down to the limited VRM design meaning the boards will struggle with a CPU that demands more current. Also they tend not to have more then two RAM slots, and limited I/O with basic things like USB 3.1 Gen2 type C ports missing etc.You'd just need to be careful about what you put in it, something like an R5 3600 is fine, but a 3900X or equivalent would be a no.


Cheers, yeah I’ll just stick around with my Ryzen 7 2700x probably until 5000 series when I build myself.

My GPU isn’t really that good, but will do for now, it’s a rx 570 4GB.
MFT0126/01/2020 21:37

Doing a simmilar build at the moment to this and comes out at a very …Doing a simmilar build at the moment to this and comes out at a very similar price - so good deal OP!5600 XT £218.25Ryzen 7 2700 £113.45Asus TUF mATX AM4 £74.1716GB 3000Mhz DDR4 £64.58Abyss Mini Case +3 fans £81.14Corsair CX450M PSU £39.991TB M.2 SSD £73.06= £664.64


Heya where did you see a 1tb ssd for 73? I'm struggling at the moment, it all seems to have gone up in price!
l33t-krew27/01/2020 09:29

Heya where did you see a 1tb ssd for 73? I'm struggling at the moment, it …Heya where did you see a 1tb ssd for 73? I'm struggling at the moment, it all seems to have gone up in price!


ebuyer.com/836…wcB
l33t-krew27/01/2020 09:29

Heya where did you see a 1tb ssd for 73? I'm struggling at the moment, it …Heya where did you see a 1tb ssd for 73? I'm struggling at the moment, it all seems to have gone up in price!



amazon.co.uk/Cru…c=1
shadow_marshal9927/01/2020 07:10

You should probably change the title... kind of misleading as you have to …You should probably change the title... kind of misleading as you have to pay £20 extra for the 5700... still a great deal


The mods again mate!. ive changed it.
TomT26/01/2020 23:35

Anyone had any slow POST issues with a Ryzen CPU ?I've read some articles …Anyone had any slow POST issues with a Ryzen CPU ?I've read some articles that suggest they can take a while to post.


If that was a matter of concern it would be a major point of contention...it isn't, booting issues are almost always isolated to hardware/software or security issues, not on a CPU level. Go watch a few ''buildzoid'' vids, he's light years ahead of the clowns on yt.
Solid front panel? avoid! Intake fans at the front are choking
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