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CCL Ronin Gaming PC Package - Ryzen 3600x / 16GB RAM / XFX 5700 8GB / MSI Gaming Plus Motherboard / 480GB SSD £778.99 @ CCL Online
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CCL Ronin Gaming PC Package - Ryzen 3600x / 16GB RAM / XFX 5700 8GB / MSI Gaming Plus Motherboard / 480GB SSD £778.99 @ CCL Online

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Posted 3rd JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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UPDATED: 12/01/2019

So here we have another "Prebuilt system"

Before i get into the product specs, the aim of my recent post are for folks looking at prebuilds at a fair price, with a fair build charge with a good company offering 3 years warranty, if your looking more down the self build method then ive got afew self build CPU's under my name with details on parts, not everyone wants to build and wants peace of mind of the year 3 years warranty.

This package has a nice selection of products.

so ill start with the base ones "worth talking about" and the regular typical price of that item elsewhere right now to give u an idea what your getting.

CPU
Ryzen 3600x 6cores 12threads £188.00 (amazon)

MOTHERBOARD
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX £79 (everywhere)
- changed to Gaming X 12/01/2020 -£5 due to max price increase - demand

RAM:
Adata XPG (8GB x 2) £30 per 8GB (blk fri has been £24) £60
**has just gone up in price, usual avg £27.00 per 8gb**

SSD:
ADATA 480GB SSD £42 (ebuyer)

GPU:
XFX Radeon RX 5700 DD 8GB Graphics Card £300 (scan, ccl, ebuyer)
(when an ebay code comes along can be had for £275ish)....

WIFI CARD
Typical Wifi card £9 on this listing.

PSU:
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £56 (Can get it from 3rd party for around £46 from centralcomputers never used them..)

CASE:
Cooler Master MasterBox MB510L Mid Tower Case £47.00 (ccl)

****THEY HAVE AN RGB CASE ONE WHICH YES COMES WITH FANS FOR £20 AT THE FRONT, ADD REAR IN OPTION BELOW F12 IS DECENT FOR £4*************

ALT/ stick with stock and follow case advice below rememer to add fans!!

total parts £776
There price Built: £778.......................................

if your looking for a Ryzen 2600x build, then check out this item:
hotukdeals.com/dea…486

^ you can upgrade that to this 480SSD / 5700 GPU, and it works £8 more the this post, however that has a cheaper case in it, and when u add the other one to a cooler master next best to this post as this has a MB510 at £47 and the other post can be change to the K500L which another £47 case, which makes that listening at £41 more,

and i did mention in that other post there was a very small build charge of £27.00 + £10 on above changes of parts.

so if you a person looking for the Ryzen 3600X with a 5700 this will be a very good price for people who aint interested in building there own system,

your getting 3 years warranty included,

Optional extras

HDD:
Seagate 1TB £34 (on price to what its worth too)

PSU: a few choices on there,.. have a read up,.. personal id ring up and swap it for this if i wanted gold in my rig: Riotoro Enigma G2 650W £59.99 but ive used the B.Q and had no issues whatsoever just the Riotorro is a personal fav of mine.

CPU
as for CPU Goes, u got an option to go for the 3700x, but at £129 extra and the gap price between a 3600x and 3700x is £102.... so its not worth in my eye, but then again, because this has no build charge is a reasonable to the 3700x builds out there, and the gap between a 3600x and 3800x is around £141 and they want £187 same call again if u were looking at prebuilts else around the 3800x

GPU
5700 is a very decent card, will be able handle 144 very easily so ideal for someone looking for that kinda system. as for the rest of the GPU go, avoid the 2060 and ultimate avoid the XT version in this. if i wanted an XT id ring up and get a better XT!, as for the 2070/ lower 2080 go, the price gap between 5700 and them is about £40 then it should, but as i said about the CPU u compare that elsewhere for prebuilds.

MB:
when you look at the first few £8 difference the clear winner here is MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX, have a read on the web yourself, do the usual on google to give you an idea MB VS MB and ull get the drift.

RAM:
The Adata is decent ram, a little under the corsair which everyone recommends and ive used quite afew of these and very happy with it, you have the option of the Corsair in the tabs which is the RGB version, or give them a call to change to any specific one.

so this deal is for people looking at the Ryzen 3rd generation, looking at prebuilts, ive met also sorts of interested buyers, who ignore the best advice rather them GPU over CPU, because they have the heart set on a 3rd generation CPU, even if considering the lower GPU's then any of the ones above,

This case will NEED FANS, there is a selection of them under the tabs, but have a look over at cclonline.com/cat…D6Q

and just add them to the order, and when you get your invoice, reply back can you please pop the fans into the case,

if you fancy a change of case, have a check over at
cclonline.com/cat…Olw

iv had no problems with this previously.

but if u dont fancy ringing them you can email them @ pcsales@cclonline.com more times its best to call "negotiate"

just make sure you quote that your interested in CCL Code: GAME-PBMD 0000 0600 0500 0200 0300 0001 0001 0100 01 and that u would like to make some changes to this build rather then a complete fresh build and see what they quote back to you.

meanwhile this product as its stands is very very decent value for those looking at this type of spec

as usual... prebullds get a hard time on here, so hot/cold its a decent deal even harder for the ones at the upper end

Cooler Master MS110 keyboard optional extra is typical valued at £52 on the web, only £40 in the drop down..

AMD CARD OFFER: Free Xbox live for 3 months, and a choice of Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon *borderlands is amazing game*

AMD CPU OFFER: They did have a choice of 1 game with the 3600x borderlands 3 or Outerworlds, CCL did advertise it but cant see it, AMD still does, amd.com/en/…win does say until feb,

if its applicable still with CCL, outworlds is part of xbox game pass anyways, get borderlands under the CPU deal and Ghost Recon under the GPU Offer.

Happy Gaming.

ps: put windows on yourself and save £100...
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Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m on the fence about about a 2600X/590 or 3600/5700 build myself.
Edited by: "buyer101" 3rd Jan
Another great post/deal Sarden... Personally I would upgrade the case to the Cooler Master MB520 RGB Mid Tower Gaming Case for £20 as it comes with the 4 fans ( 3 x rgb, 1 x black). You would have to buy fans for the stock case Cooler Master MasterBox MB510L Mid Tower Case anyway so the £20 upgrade seems to make sense to me..
buyer10103/01/2020 02:45

Thanks again, I may send you a PM sometime with any questions I have if …Thanks again, I may send you a PM sometime with any questions I have if that’s ok? I’ve been out of the building pc loop for about 8 years so I’m just getting up to date on the advancements.


feel free, might not reply straight away depending whats going down in the real world lol but yeah feel free anytime.
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Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m on the fence about about a 2600X/590 or 3600/5700 build myself.
Edited by: "buyer101" 3rd Jan
buyer10103/01/2020 02:40

Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84. I’m o …Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84. I’m on the fence about about a 2600X/590 or 3600/5700 build myself.


cheers mate, both are fantastic PC's specs, im not the one ohh u must go for this one as the key thing it all comes down to budget,

whack afew combos of CPU/GPU names into youtube and see what both can offer you and which ever suits your gaming levels and interest best within "budget"
sarden8403/01/2020 02:43

cheers mate, both are fantastic PC's specs, im not the one ohh u must go …cheers mate, both are fantastic PC's specs, im not the one ohh u must go for this one as the key thing it all comes down to budget, whack afew combos of CPU/GPU names into youtube and see what both can offer you and which ever suits your gaming levels and interest best within "budget"


Thanks again, I may send you a PM sometime with any questions I have if that’s ok? I’ve been out of the building pc loop for about 8 years so I’m just getting up to date on the advancements.
buyer10103/01/2020 02:45

Thanks again, I may send you a PM sometime with any questions I have if …Thanks again, I may send you a PM sometime with any questions I have if that’s ok? I’ve been out of the building pc loop for about 8 years so I’m just getting up to date on the advancements.


feel free, might not reply straight away depending whats going down in the real world lol but yeah feel free anytime.
Quality post sarden84, Quality!!!...
Seems pretty decent for prebuilt
heat from me, thanks op for your time and advice
Another great post/deal Sarden... Personally I would upgrade the case to the Cooler Master MB520 RGB Mid Tower Gaming Case for £20 as it comes with the 4 fans ( 3 x rgb, 1 x black). You would have to buy fans for the stock case Cooler Master MasterBox MB510L Mid Tower Case anyway so the £20 upgrade seems to make sense to me..
Wow!
CES on Monday, holding off to hear the news 1st.

Intel's new lineup as also been leaked, but no words on intel tax
Bubblyboy03/01/2020 07:51

Another great post/deal Sarden... Personally I would upgrade the case to …Another great post/deal Sarden... Personally I would upgrade the case to the Cooler Master MB520 RGB Mid Tower Gaming Case for £20 as it comes with the 4 fans ( 3 x rgb, 1 x black). You would have to buy fans for the stock case Cooler Master MasterBox MB510L Mid Tower Case anyway so the £20 upgrade seems to make sense to me..


bang on!..... total makes sense that. i was thinking of selecting the RGB one as the default as it looked nicer but when writen i forgot also RGB in that way meant RGB fans, ( usual my head would be that way but i thinking RGB stripes rubbish they doing) it was very late lol
Edited by: "sarden84" 3rd Jan
The SSD is SATA, this motherboard has M.2 NVMe, I don't get why they put SATA SSDs in these builds now. I've built £2K systems with NVMe and I can tell the speed difference, not everyone would, but I like to do things properly. Anyway very good price for a prebuild. I wouldn't be able to cope recommending it to friends/family as the lack of NVMe would keep me triggered I've also learnt the hard way don't build PCs for friends/family
Edited by: "fishmaster" 3rd Jan
fishmaster03/01/2020 10:53

The SSD is SATA, this motherboard has M.2 NVMe, I don't get why they put …The SSD is SATA, this motherboard has M.2 NVMe, I don't get why they put SATA SSDs in these builds now. I've built £2K systems with NVMe and I can tell the speed difference, not everyone would, but I like to do things properly. Anyway very good price for a prebuild. I wouldn't be able to cope recommending it to friends/family as the lack of NVMe would keep me triggered I've also learnt the hard way don't build PCs for friends/family


optional extra if the budget is there

im a NVME 3.0 use my self "Sabre Rocket" worthy investment if required : but not nec needed depends on folks budgets, for some this could be the top whack of their investment, for other its a very good option,
AMD, the sane choice. Who honestly would go insane...sorry intel, lol.
sarden8403/01/2020 10:37

bang on!..... total makes sense that. i was thinking of selecting the RGB …bang on!..... total makes sense that. i was thinking of selecting the RGB one as the default as it looked nicer but when writen i forgot also RGB in that way meant RGB fans, ( usual my head would be that way but i thinking RGB stripes rubbish they doing) it was very late lol



Thanks sarden, its a great system personally for me, my only hesitancy is re the 5700.. I know the benchmark tests place it way above the 1660 super that I've been aiming for but the reviews on the 5700 overall don't look so good from what I've seen, mainly its noisy.. I also would prefer Nvidia cards but haven't really any reasons for that lol! Can you give me any opinions on it at all please or if any other members do, could they also comment? I can see what you mean about phoning CCL, I emailed a couple of days ago about something we chatted about and they haven't replied yet
This seems a great deal.

I am looking to spend a bit more of a decent gaming PC that can also be used for 4k video editing / photo editing - maybe up to £1500ish. Can anyone suggest a system? I am not a opposed to building it (I have not done it before but not afraid to give it a go) but I have fairly limited time so would prefer a good pre-built system. I hear PC Specialist are good?

Many thanks
Bubblyboy03/01/2020 11:12

Thanks sarden, its a great system personally for me, my only hesitancy is …Thanks sarden, its a great system personally for me, my only hesitancy is re the 5700.. I know the benchmark tests place it way above the 1660 super that I've been aiming for but the reviews on the 5700 overall don't look so good from what I've seen, mainly its noisy.. I also would prefer Nvidia cards but haven't really any reasons for that lol! Can you give me any opinions on it at all please or if any other members do, could they also comment? I can see what you mean about phoning CCL, I emailed a couple of days ago about something we chatted about and they haven't replied yet


its a blower so they be a little louder but its not something extremely loud, they are decent cards mate, ive used the 5700XT verision no issues whats so ever, alot of times it gets unbiased incoming reviews when it came out placed at a higher price with the usual 5700 prices at the time,.... but price to performance is the key and its one of the cheapest 5700 in the market on std RRP now if it was at the price of the other cards then they have a valid point, but at the std price no.... only that opion comes back when 5700 come back and a dual fan hits down on price to this blower.


u can call them to edit it mate. have a check on website.


ive had good feedback on my advice on folks calling them all morning on varies levels of all prebuilt systems ive given advice on from £278 builds to £900 builds.
Edited by: "sarden84" 3rd Jan
sarden8403/01/2020 11:19

its a blower so they be a little louder but its not something extremely …its a blower so they be a little louder but its not something extremely loud, they are decent cards mate, ive used the 5700XT verision no issues whats so ever, alot of times it gets unbiased incoming reviews when it came out placed at a higher price with the usual 5700 prices at the time,.... but price to performance is the key and its one of the cheapest 5700 in the market on std RRP now if it was at the price of the other cards then they have a valid point, but at the std price no.... only that opion comes back when 5700 come back and a dual fan hits down on price to this blower.



Your points are very valid and it should be a no brainer for me really because I can get this 5700 system for roughly the same as I spec'ed the 1660 Super with all the other same components for on the CCL Advanced Customiser... So a way better GPU for the same outlay
Haha! No wonder they are not answering my emails, they are too busy on the phones to other members!! lol... When I absoutely decide on what I want I will call them instead, I'm just "fishing" with emails
Edited by: "Bubblyboy" 3rd Jan
Goose7403/01/2020 11:18

This seems a great deal.I am looking to spend a bit more of a decent …This seems a great deal.I am looking to spend a bit more of a decent gaming PC that can also be used for 4k video editing / photo editing - maybe up to £1500ish. Can anyone suggest a system? I am not a opposed to building it (I have not done it before but not afraid to give it a go) but I have fairly limited time so would prefer a good pre-built system. I hear PC Specialist are good?Many thanks


if no one gets back to you by tonight mate as im just going out for day, i will help you out with a build, im looking at prebullts for the price of £1200-1500 laters,

but this one even when u upgrade to the likes of the higher card only comes with a 40 excess charge, so itll be a very hard find lol...

so id suggest this build but increase it, to the likes of the 5700XT and beyond by having a look on their website,

so whatever anyone else suggest, add on to this build for that incrediable build charge lol....!!
sarden8403/01/2020 11:27

if no one gets back to you by tonight mate as im just going out for day, i …if no one gets back to you by tonight mate as im just going out for day, i will help you out with a build, im looking at prebullts for the price of £1200-1500 laters,but this one even when u upgrade to the likes of the higher card only comes with a 40 excess charge, so itll be a very hard find lol... so id suggest this build but increase it, to the likes of the 5700XT and beyond by having a look on their website,so whatever anyone else suggest, add on to this build for that incrediable build charge lol....!!


Thanks much appreciated
another use
Bubblyboy03/01/2020 11:24

Your points are very valid and it should be a no brainer for me really …Your points are very valid and it should be a no brainer for me really because I can get this 5700 system for roughly the same as I spec'ed the 1660 Super with all the other same components for on the CCL Advanced Customiser... So a way better GPU for the same outlay Haha! No wonder they are not answering my emails, they are too busy on the phones to other members!! lol... When I absoutely decide on what I want I will call them instead, I'm just "fishing" with emails


another user on a vega + extra email yest morning from a default email i sent over for him to ask and they reply very nicely this morning, that system was a 3200g @ £279 / 300 with the 1tb which has a £30 . but he wanted a GPU so we extra ram. they just kept the normal build charge in the first and increased all the parts in line, pretty much a winner, gave him some extra tips now if he wanted to jump a little higher as he has a proper quote now to work with them..
Great Post, great pc setup
jordanp6803/01/2020 14:03

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take a look at my other post for the 2600x with an RX590 @ £568....... add a 3tb for £63 add a 1tb NVME for £89m remove the £24 SSD cost then, comes to 696, u can jump up to a 5700 xt for only £178...... parts might not be on the list but as stated many times call them, £874...... with 3 years warranty?.

# as stated in the post, 2600x is the way and better on GPU.... but sometimes folks want the 3rd generation and this is for them and some folks want prebult with peace of mind
Nice find, I'd take the WiFi card out of the build (-£9), never liked PC'ing on WiFi, that's why god gave us wires.
buyer10103/01/2020 02:40

Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m o …Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m on the fence about about a 2600X/590 or 3600/5700 build myself.


3600 5700 easy
Chaddy17103/01/2020 09:28

CES on Monday, holding off to hear the news 1st. Intel's new lineup as …CES on Monday, holding off to hear the news 1st. Intel's new lineup as also been leaked, but no words on intel tax


Ivanka Trump is a keynote speaker, if you can believe it.
buyer10103/01/2020 02:40

Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m o …Fantastic deal and extremely informative post. Many thanks @sarden84 I’m on the fence about about a 2600X/590 or 3600/5700 build myself.


2600 and 590 or 580 is good enough
great deal, crazy to think a rtx 2080 super costs almost the same as this complete system
Heat just for that great post in itself.
But a great price also for a built system.
Another "free" upgrade is to flash the RX 5700XT bios on the GPU for a decent performance boost
Had to give you heat for such a cracking post.
Great post
100% 🔥🔥great posts, just wish I could make my mind up need to get a pc tower ASAP for the me and my family, gaming and school work! My old one packed up not long after a small house fire from smoke damage! Problem is every time I can’t help but upgrade absolutely everything lol I end up at about £1200 which I don’t mind if it’s the real deal and I get a super fast super fly singing and dancing Pc but I don’t really no what I’m doing and whether the upgrades are worth it..??
Very good deal Nando Peri-Peri HOT !
Just only for the effort sarden84!

Out there looking for AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz with at least 8GB GPU and 32Gb ram ,

If you come across , i would appreciate if you let me know of ay decent deals

Cheers
rawbiz03/01/2020 20:09

Very good deal Nando Peri-Peri HOT ! Just only for the effort …Very good deal Nando Peri-Peri HOT ! Just only for the effort sarden84!Out there looking for AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz with at least 8GB GPU and 32Gb ram , If you come across , i would appreciate if you let me know of ay decent deals Cheers



Will do mate, atm the price gap between the likes of a 3600x and 2700x is £18 less atm, 180/198 sky high atm on individual parts, and u cant downgrade this item,

hotukdeals.com/dea…d=7

this one the 2600x is more cost on the jump to the likes of the 2700x then jumping up at the 3600x lmao....


u could call them over this post "ronin one", and ask them how much to downgrade..... make a quote on the site will all other parts u want under the customiser, ignoring the CPU keep to 3600x, make a note on the side of the product code as everytime u edit it and change a part it changes the whole product code ref. see how much to degrade to that cpu. ;-)
Edited by: "sarden84" 3rd Jan
Goose7403/01/2020 11:18

This seems a great deal.I am looking to spend a bit more of a decent …This seems a great deal.I am looking to spend a bit more of a decent gaming PC that can also be used for 4k video editing / photo editing - maybe up to £1500ish. Can anyone suggest a system? I am not a opposed to building it (I have not done it before but not afraid to give it a go) but I have fairly limited time so would prefer a good pre-built system. I hear PC Specialist are good?Many thanks


Hi mate, Can you tell me... why such a high budget? what are your intentions, what you want it to do? what kind of things are u interested in? are u looking for an ultimate fast beast out there in performance? are u looking at more fancy gizmo water cool aspects? a combo of both?... do u do any work station stuff?.... run in by me what ur thinking.
Wow they really raised the price of the RGB one by £19 more since i last bought it
That's the one i bought last time only was £1 more than the current selected one, has 3 intake fans and 1 output fan. (I disabled the annoying RGB with MSI Mystic Light software since CCL connected the RGB fans to the Motherboard RGB part but didn't install the hardware switch)

Just really wish they would include better CPU cooler options that's not liquid cooling and overpriced ones
akuakuu03/01/2020 21:05

Wow they really raised the price of the RGB one by £19 more since i last …Wow they really raised the price of the RGB one by £19 more since i last bought it That's the one i bought last time only was £1 more than the current selected one, has 3 intake fans and 1 output fan. (I disabled the annoying RGB with MSI Mystic Light software since CCL connected the RGB fans to the Motherboard RGB part but didn't install the hardware switch)Just really wish they would include better CPU cooler options that's not liquid cooling and overpriced ones



#thats why u call them to edit it mate.
Kadafi-03/01/2020 19:42

100% 🔥🔥great posts, just wish I could make my mind up 100% 🔥🔥great posts, just wish I could make my mind up need to get a pc tower ASAP for the me and my family, gaming and school work! My old one packed up not long after a small house fire from smoke damage! Problem is every time I can’t help but upgrade absolutely everything lol I end up at about £1200 which I don’t mind if it’s the real deal and I get a super fast super fly singing and dancing Pc but I don’t really no what I’m doing and whether the upgrades are worth it..??


3600x / 5700xt if u got the higher budget to go for it, nice case, plenty of storage, NVMe 3.0 on the board, keep it sensible.. dont over do it if u dont need it, personal id use this as a base, find whats inside this post to your requirements, get the product ref on the right hand side after u done any edits, make a note of it, then have a check on ccl web any extras u need, change of case, dif type of ram go higher, and then give them a call for a quote or email them...
Edited by: "sarden84" 3rd Jan
h4music03/01/2020 14:42

Ivanka Trump is a keynote speaker, if you can believe it.


Popcorn on the ready then! Edge of my seat stuff!
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