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CCL Stryker 2600 Gaming PC - Ryzen 5 2600 - RX580 8GB - 16GB Ram - Gaming X Motherboard only £536 from CCLOnline.
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CCL Stryker 2600 Gaming PC - Ryzen 5 2600 - RX580 8GB - 16GB Ram - Gaming X Motherboard only £536 from CCLOnline.

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Posted 5th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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

*****price updated*****

This deal is for people looking at the Stryker deal but was finding it a little over their budget time so 2600 6core 12 thread PC, RX580

an RX580 which is perfect for 1080 Gaming,!.

all built at a very low cost,

i didn't post this at first as the price of the 2600 were higher in the menu's then the 2600x version on here, so that came first followed by the 2700

If you new to me, i write part guides on PC parts builds and look at fair budget builds with a fair price for a build charge compared to what u would of spent elsewhere on items purchasing this on an estimate.

so ill break this down:

AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Hexa Core £112
Gigabyte B450 Gaming X £75
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £54-60
240GB Solid State Drive £24
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB Graphics Card £142
TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi £9
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £56
Aero Cool Bolt Mid Tower Gaming Case and £34

Part Price £............506-512

Their charge built........535

Looks like a typical build charge of: £23-29........ (ram...)

3 Year Collect & Return Warranty (UK only)

what could this do:
youtube.com/wat…3jQ

optional extra on this GPU to go to RX590 at £22 which is an optional extra worthy if within budget.

optional extras: RGB Fans + hub £21.00

+ 1TB HDD £34


See under my name for further builds.

perfect nice system for upgrade's from the likes of the 1050ti's or FX CPUs, first entry level gaming rig at a nice price into todays market and perfect for kids

download the Radeon GPU software from here: amd.com/en/…580

Best 2700 bundle:
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Best 2700x bundle:
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Best 2600x bundle:
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Best 3600x Bundle:
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Best 3200G + RX570 Bundle:
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chapchap05/01/2020 03:25

What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk …What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk Max but heard they had/have BIOS issues? Basically i am looking at getting a (most likely) 2700x bundle with a view to putting a 3800/3900/3950 or even 4th gen CPU in in a year or two so would like a motherboard which could handle high end CPUs i.e. Tomahawk Max.Off to bed i go!


Someone posted this very useful link the other day: docs.google.com/spr…rue

There are quite a few that can take a 3950X at stock speeds but only 4 that can handle the 3950X with overclocking:
B450 Gaming Pro Carbon
B450 Tomahawk Max
B450M Bazooka Plus
B450M Mortar [Titanium/Max]
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What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk Max but heard they had/have BIOS issues? Basically i am looking at getting a (most likely) 2700x bundle with a view to putting a 3800/3900/3950 or even 4th gen CPU in in a year or two so would like a motherboard which could handle high end CPUs i.e. Tomahawk Max.


Off to bed i go!
chapchap05/01/2020 03:25

What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk …What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk Max but heard they had/have BIOS issues? Basically i am looking at getting a (most likely) 2700x bundle with a view to putting a 3800/3900/3950 or even 4th gen CPU in in a year or two so would like a motherboard which could handle high end CPUs i.e. Tomahawk Max.Off to bed i go!


Cheapest can't be best.
chapchap05/01/2020 03:25

What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk …What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk Max but heard they had/have BIOS issues? Basically i am looking at getting a (most likely) 2700x bundle with a view to putting a 3800/3900/3950 or even 4th gen CPU in in a year or two so would like a motherboard which could handle high end CPUs i.e. Tomahawk Max.Off to bed i go!


Someone posted this very useful link the other day: docs.google.com/spr…rue

There are quite a few that can take a 3950X at stock speeds but only 4 that can handle the 3950X with overclocking:
B450 Gaming Pro Carbon
B450 Tomahawk Max
B450M Bazooka Plus
B450M Mortar [Titanium/Max]
^ the above guy nailed it on this. just got up.
chapchap05/01/2020 03:25

What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk …What's the cheapest/best B450 motherboard? I did used to think Tomahawk Max but heard they had/have BIOS issues? Basically i am looking at getting a (most likely) 2700x bundle with a view to putting a 3800/3900/3950 or even 4th gen CPU in in a year or two so would like a motherboard which could handle high end CPUs i.e. Tomahawk Max.Off to bed i go!



Why would you even put the highest-end CPU in a midrange motherboard...
Thanks Sarden,
Your posts are excellent and really detailed. I could do with a little extra help though. I am wanting to upgrade from my gaming laptop (a measly HP pavilion 15 i7-6700hq gtx 950m). I mostly play strategy and simulation games but would like to have the option of running more intensive games, although FPS don't interest me. Would a machine like the one here be okay?
Thaanks
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