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CCL Stryker Mini Gaming PC - Ryzen 3 3100, RX580 8GB, 16GB-3200mhz Gaming System £517.99 from CCLonline. (poss £25 Cashback).
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CCL Stryker Mini Gaming PC - Ryzen 3 3100, RX580 8GB, 16GB-3200mhz Gaming System £517.99 from CCLonline. (poss £25 Cashback).

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CCL Stryker Mini Gaming PC - Ryzen 3 3100, RX580 8GB, 16GB-3200mhz Gaming System £517.99 from CCLonline. (poss £25 Cashback).
Posted 4th Aug

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

So the other day i posted a nice epic £600 "3600/1660Super build" which as i said was an absolute steel of a price, and is still available.

but their were some members coming to me who wanted a cheaper build,

So what is a good competitive build out their for less? say £500 mark then £600?

For direct links:

AMD Ryzen 3 3100 3.6GHz 4 Core £100
ASUS PRIME B450M-A AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £72
Western Digital Green 240GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £28
PowerColor Radeon RX 580 Red Dragon 8GB £150
Cooler Master MWE White v2 500W 80+ PSU £40
Aero Cool Bolt Mini Case - Black £30
2 x Arctic F12 Case Fan £8
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £60

Total Package: £518 / parts: £488....

So £30 Build charge = Fair..... so nothing like "this past weekend deal "

->> but wait: There is a £25 back in cashback via this board via this seller: rate-my-gear.sales-promotions.com/

parts: 488 / cost:(A/C) 493 now we got our self's a deal.

Upgraded items: for considerations:
5500xt + £18
1650 4gb + £18 (for pro dev budgets)

& whack in some HDDs 1TB £39 or 2TB £58 as usual the 2TB more to value.

3600/1660s? ----->> Dont bother, comes to 645 / its cheaper on the other build from the other day.

So for a direct link for this kinda price its pretty sweet, But can Palicomp Quote beat it? yes they can in some ways, if u do type in Google: "Quote beater" their link does come up to do this, and u can whack this build info into there quote beat, and they will offer u this exact build near enough for £505 and that will be for this very case, except kolink 500w and give u a CPU jump to 3300x for £505 and no messing with cashback deal either. (calc 503 parts for £505 buit) as the cpu is +15 more.

So CCL 3100/rx580 after cashback claim / Direct link --> £493 / £488 parts
Palicomp: 3300x/RX580 --->> "quote beater"-->> £505 /£503 parts

Sadly AWD 3300x / RX570 £477 is currently out of stock, but one to keep an eye - i know their staff are on here so one back to the board to go - hey lets get this back in stock perhaps?

So for a direct link and no messing about this is a nice deal, for the real bargain hunters, they know what they can do, as usual with me its all about giving folks ideas and choices, your the buyer, - sadly wont be able to assist as usual following up with the post as im now away for 2 weeks, but happy gaming folks!.
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Could this build run planet zoo well?
emma.daniels04/08/2020 11:07

Could this build run planet zoo well?


More than capable of delivering an excellent planet zoo experience. But you’ll need a mouse, keyboard and screen.
Run? this will blow it out the water @ 1080 for a lovely game experience.
For anyone with a budget of £500 the CCL direct link is very good,
--> the palicomp quote beater does beat it as its the next cpu for the cost and no messing with cashback, but u need to fill in a form via their quote beater here: palicomp.co.uk/quo…er/ and copy the ccl link and parts,. <--- be nice if they could add it to that £600 deal! if u watch my posts!..

1080 Gaming fantastic... @ 500

but if u do have £600 budget++ then its over here for --> hotukdeals.com/dea…685

but £400 budget is advice i given here -->> hotukdeals.com/dea…547 for that 3400G or £350 for 3200G


Remember u can take any builds here to pali to quote for the real bargain hunter, i love the direct links but know there is some players n buyers who like to squeeeeeze that last cent out of a deal, and they are very good at doing so ;-)

quite afew budget choices.

im now done for two weeks.
Edited by: "sarden84" 4th Aug
Thanks both ive got all the other stuff just need a decent base for a gaming pc
sarden8404/08/2020 11:32

Run? this will blow it out the water @ 1080 for a lovely game experience.


Blowing it out of the water is a bit far. That to me is basically saying it will max it at 1080/60fps. It will definitely run reasonably well at 1080p on a mix of settings. However it's a pretty demanding game at times, so there will still be significant drops in performance.

For comparison sake my overclocked 1660 super and ryzen 3600 struggles to stay at 60 fps and can even drop to the 40's on high or ultra(there's a tiny fps difference between these settings). Lowest i've seen is mid 20's when the zoo is super busy and it's raining.

Not trying to be picky... i just don't want anyone being disappointed.
Edited by: "Jase87" 4th Aug
@ 1080 for a lovely game experience..

Buy a computer sit ur ass down play the game n enjoy it.. "the guy asked will it run.."

Itll more then run it alright.
Edited by: "sarden84" 4th Aug
sarden8404/08/2020 13:18

@ 1080 for a lovely game experience..Buy a computer sit ur ass down play …@ 1080 for a lovely game experience..Buy a computer sit ur ass down play the game n enjoy it.. "the guy asked will it run.."Itll more then run it alright.


If that was what you said, it would have been fine. However you said.. "Run? this will blow it out the water@ 1080" - but it won't.

Saying stuff like that will just raise peoples expectations, especially if they don't know what they are buying. I just don't want to see anyone being disappointed.

It's all well and good saying sit down and just play the game. However for some people fidelity and smoothness is an important aspect for having a "lovely experience"
Edited by: "Jase87" 4th Aug
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