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CCL Stryker - Ryzen 3600, 1660super, 480GB SSD, 16Gb Ram, Tuf B450(£25cashback) from £628.99 upfront @ CCL
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CCL Stryker - Ryzen 3600, 1660super, 480GB SSD, 16Gb Ram, Tuf B450(£25cashback) from £628.99 upfront @ CCL

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CCL Stryker - Ryzen 3600, 1660super, 480GB SSD, 16Gb Ram, Tuf B450(£25cashback) from £628.99 upfront @ CCL
Posted 23rd Aug 2020Edited by:"sarden84"

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

CCl Stryker is back in the game, as posted with the 3100....

but lets take a look at the 3600 / 1660s version of it in a little more detail...

VS Palicomps hotukdeals.com/dea…685

@ £600


@ £600 when upgrade to 3600

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6 Core £168
ASUS TUF B450M-PLUS GAMING AMD Motherboard £82
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £65
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card £209
Aero Cool Integrator OEM 500W 80+ Bronze PSU £32
Aero Cool Bolt Mini Case - Black £33
2 x Arctic F12 Case Fan £6
Adata SU630 480GB 2.5" SATA SSD £48

Parts: 643 - Their price: 628.99

So CCL comes in 3rd place here tbh, for that ultra budget Deal,

The SSD inside the CCL is 480GB and not 240GB though!

- with this deal i would upgrade to the Kam PRO Case, which is a top notch case for airflow.

& then i would upgrade to PSU to Neo Semi mod +£25

so with CCL id buy this:

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6 Core £168
ASUS TUF B450M-PLUS GAMING AMD Motherboard £82
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £65
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card £209
Antec NeoECO Modular 550W Semi-Modular PSU £65
GameMax Kamikaze Pro Gaming Case - Black £55
2 x Arctic F12 Case Fan £6
Adata SU630 480GB 2.5" SATA SSD £48

total parts: 698 / their price: 680.00
Link: cclonline.com/pc/…02/

+ £25 cashback via rate my gear... on this asus board.

2060 Graphics card Upgrade: +102.....

dont forget your Wifi, and extra hard drive space if desired 2TB is best value @ £51
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Sheesh...All of these deals and I'm here like "You don't need to replace your pc just yet"...let me think about that for a minute.
Ric_HalesRXC23/08/2020 16:54

Sheesh...All of these deals and I'm here like "You don't need to replace …Sheesh...All of these deals and I'm here like "You don't need to replace your pc just yet"...let me think about that for a minute.


Just wait to this coming week and then first week of september lol.
What’s happening in the first week of September. I’m looking at basically this pc with the xt5600 instead for my lad for Xmas.whens best time to pull the trigger
I have been following you guys through covid. I see you are extremely knowledgable and like what you are saying. My son is due to start secondary school and want to get him a PC initially for photo and video editing, and for all his schooling and interests, the £600 is around my top end budget. He has said he wont be using it for gaming, I am sure with time this will sneak in. Am I better going for something like this now or getting a different package and adding to it if and when he decides to use for gaming. If so, is there one of your previous posts with a better spec to suit him. I would appreciate any feedback and help.
DarrenBall23/08/2020 17:15

What’s happening in the first week of September. I’m looking at basically t …What’s happening in the first week of September. I’m looking at basically this pc with the xt5600 instead for my lad for Xmas.whens best time to pull the trigger


if your looking at 5600xt, now would be grand, as that one could have a price shift,

when new things come in at the higher range sometimes it does pull up the lower aspect.

so this £628 deal link, shoved to 5600xt comes in at 696 (thats without the reco changes in the lower half of the post)

i would go: hotukdeals.com/dea…685

which is /£600 for that 1660s and +76 for the 5600xt .... so £676...

but total upto u which,

then id whack wifi + 2TB hard drive in.
sarden8423/08/2020 17:58

if your looking at 5600xt, now would be grand, as that one could have a …if your looking at 5600xt, now would be grand, as that one could have a price shift,when new things come in at the higher range sometimes it does pull up the lower aspect. so this £628 deal link, shoved to 5600xt comes in at 696 (thats without the reco changes in the lower half of the post)i would go: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/palicomp-best-buy-desktop-pc-ryzen-3600-1660super-16gb-b450-ps600-or-b550-ps640-from-palicomp-3516685which is /£600 for that 1660s and +76 for the 5600xt .... so £676...but total upto u which,then id whack wifi + 2TB hard drive in.


Cheers for that. I like that will buy if offer still on next weekend
hobert723/08/2020 17:15

I have been following you guys through covid. I see you are extremely …I have been following you guys through covid. I see you are extremely knowledgable and like what you are saying. My son is due to start secondary school and want to get him a PC initially for photo and video editing, and for all his schooling and interests, the £600 is around my top end budget. He has said he wont be using it for gaming, I am sure with time this will sneak in. Am I better going for something like this now or getting a different package and adding to it if and when he decides to use for gaming. If so, is there one of your previous posts with a better spec to suit him. I would appreciate any feedback and help.


interesting,... once hes hooked he be hooked lol....

i would go still for the pali one as it gives a little more freedom, i.e £600 for that 3600 / 1660s

but what u could do, is remove the GPU out of it, and go and purchase a nice used RX570 RX580 from ebay, and whack it in and then when and if he bites sell it for not much less then u bought and upgrade then laters, say oct blk friday period for him..

good deals to do that aspect are:

palicomp.co.uk/pc_…buy -- 240GB SSD with gpu, remove gpu comes to £420
palicomp.co.uk/pc_…eek - comes to £475..... but u got 512gb nvme.

in them both u can either remove out the nvme or ssd and swap them on both, from 240gb to the intel 512gb.....
or 512gb to 240gb n save.

or u can complete remove them and buy this:

uk.pcpartpicker.com/pro…P6/

and then add one of these inside ur self, still order your 1/2TB hard drive direct from them so ur not messing about with wires,
these nvme just slot on top of the board into the slot.

obtain a nice used card, n then when the market settles get the laters GPU, new cards coming next week but they be prime price, and some deals back end such as blk fri run to xmas be great for him, be a good xmas prez perhaps.

key notes taken, not much interest so used stock be good, but keeping the base product high for the cpu incase and the performance of the ryzen 5 for other things,

let me know, u do have alt options such as a ryzen 3200G which for the moment could just be enough for his needs right now with built in vega 8 graphics at £350 mark for a decent system.
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Aug
DarrenBall23/08/2020 18:03

Cheers for that. I like that will buy if offer still on next weekend


take a note of the above message i said to the above guy about the nvme too... u could do that too.
Thats brilliant sarden thats spot on i will look to order one of them this week appreciate your help
@sarden84

so what is the support like on these companies, tried to get a pc from ebuyer, was ok, but couldn't get the led control to work and then the corsair psu blew up, was easy to send back and get money back, so no complaints really.
what are palicomp, awd-it and others like?
i'm looking to get something with a 2070 super and ryzen 7 and 250 ssd or m2 and 2tb hdd, don;t care about lights etc, but do care about noise and good cooling.
it's supposed to be a dev pc, so good threading etc, but trying to sneak in the gpu so has to be nvidia for cuda threading work
peterainbow23/08/2020 21:44

@sarden84 so what is the support like on these companies, tried to get a …@sarden84 so what is the support like on these companies, tried to get a pc from ebuyer, was ok, but couldn't get the led control to work and then the corsair psu blew up, was easy to send back and get money back, so no complaints really.what are palicomp, awd-it and others like?i'm looking to get something with a 2070 super and ryzen 7 and 250 ssd or m2 and 2tb hdd, don;t care about lights etc, but do care about noise and good cooling.it's supposed to be a dev pc, so good threading etc, but trying to sneak in the gpu so has to be nvidia for cuda threading work


Pre.......

CCL were leading the way for competive deals and very excellent support, but lockdown really pushed them to their limits, prices went crazy and didnt even add up in the prebuilt sector, never mind individual parts going up cos of lock down prebuits in at their time current market just did not add up, we had 2700x more then 3700x, 2600 more then 3600, 3600x more then 3600..

but there were few strings left, as i showed from all that, but the feedback say in the 2nd half of lock down came down, folks moaning about delays on support. individial items sent, but prebuilts time period lenghy, but they have turned it around, so they do get some odd remark from their "car crash from afew weeeks back" - time it filters though on her +2 weeks n that was say 4 weeks ago now,

AWD: the company with negative before pre lockdown, but doo offer some fantastic builds, have been knock to be cheaky buggers by not calling when an item out of stock and shove in a random cooler what wasnt requested, not connected a hard drive inside base case and just let it float about, - yeah i know .. but some cracking deals but they came to crash due to too many orders delays, and closed in may for a weekend to catch up, since then things improving!. so prob this past few weeks more feedback then ccl but ccl do have better if u look at the past 2 years history.

palicomp small firm 10% of what the above are, since finding them and pitching them, really competive, odd mistake but they have in my eye gone above n beyond, someone wanted a certain GPU then the standard one inside the build one, i.e varient of a 2060... builder didnt read it, so what they do: sent customer one out incorrection, and ask for the other back, u wouldnt get that elsewhere, (i.e that cooler on awd: AWD apprently rude n said well when the one u want comes back instock, send that back n we will ship out the one u want- its on here somewhere).

no firm is with out faults, things happen, but the 2 major ones are getting back up there. and these are very very very small minor numbers Vs the amount of 100% perfect builds, and each firm im hearing very good postives but as usual u do hear the negatives first up, as people are too eager to moan then compliment..

// we do have a 4th firm im not posting their deals atm, and very valid reasons for it... a firm i once did do alot of builds on here for. so if they do mess folks about i do pull there adverts.

end of day i enjoy helping folks and ive built up a good rep and know firm will knock that for me.
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Aug
Love the detail of your posts. Gonna be looking for a build in the 1500 region in a few months. So have followed you
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