CCL Styker Gaming PC Package - Ryzen 2600x / 16GB RAM / RX590 8GG / Gaming X Motherboard £570 @ CCL Online
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CCL Styker Gaming PC Package - Ryzen 2600x / 16GB RAM / RX590 8GG / Gaming X Motherboard £570 @ CCL Online

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Posted 1st JanEdited by:"sarden84"
"12/01/2019
change mb to Gaming X.... same cost, Gaming plus has gone up in price..

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Here we have the Stryker by CCL..

its been up and down on here quite a few times, its a product ideal for people looking for "prebuilt systems ".

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.

ideal, if u can build yourself, click on the some of the CPU ive posted, plenty of information in each post.

"Once Upon a Time" there use to be a nice cracker of a deal from CCL on their Ebay store, typical build with a selection you could change, and when ebay did a site wide deal, it worked out the same price if not cheaper to purchase a prebuilt system then the individual parts, since.... CCL have joined the regular ebay voucher scheme so prices are high and when that every other week voucher code comes alive its back down to old price which makes that old deal now a bad deal, meanwhile GPU price's have decreased.

so here we have this instead:

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 to give u an idea what your getting.

CPU
Ryzen 2600x 6cores 12threads £120.00
--- free Xbox Game pass for 3 months.

MOTHERBOARD
MSI B450 GAMING PLUS MAX £79
- remove to gaming X £75 item

RAM:
Adata XPG (8GB x 2) £27 per 8GB (blk fri has been £24) £60.00

SSD:
ADATA 240GB SSD £24 (Can be had for £22)

GPU:
RX590 Fatboy, 8gb £162... (has been on offer £152.. Ebay code)
- comes with a choice of borderlands game or Ghost recon worth £30ish

Wifi Card
typical basic internal wifi card £11

PSU:
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £56 (Can get it from 3rd part for around £46 from centralcomputers..)

Aero Cool Bolt + Arctic F12 fan £34.00

Total: £542 worth of parts.
------------------- There price built £576.00

so £34 build charge which gives you 3 years warranty at a decent selection of parts.

Optional extras

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

PSU: a few choices,.. 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.

as for CPU Goes,
if your a Gamer, GPU over CPU.. but the price increase to the likes of the 3600x at £57 additional fits well, usual adding extras is more the typical gap between the CPU base price when u look around elsewhere, so from a £120 part to a £188 items is £68, and there charging £57.... so thats unusual and pretty amazing to see for once!.. if u need the extra cores for the Ryzen 7, 2700 is £14 which is about right for a £134 item, but the 2700x at £41.. which has been £28 more over the 2600x , but thats cos the base price of the 2700x is a little high on the web right now. so if u are looking for that 2700x hangfire, as this is a live item on typical item prices so it will reflect incase it drops...

GPU.
The Rx590 Fatboy is one of a my favs for budget builds, it offers great performance at 1080 levels and the price to performance is amazing, u have the added option to increase GPU to the likes the MSI GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER GAMING X 6GB which is £257 so £95 over the RX590 and there doing it for £89.... but in all honest does it give you £100 extra worthy investment, not to me but its still a nice card for that kind of budget, the XFX 5700 is the better investment at £137 extra which makes it at £300 mark which is what there base line price is. id avoid the others alternative if another GPU on there website suits u, give them an email or a call to swap over alternative if u wanted to save £22 the RX580 is still a sweet card, u could even email them over a RX570 £109 atm on the website to save abit extra for people on smaller budgets that should be a saving of about £50 then my base build so it be around £518.... (then again for a RX570 ive put out afew £400 deals on here including a RX570 but remember they had a £79 cpu.. half the price MB.... half the price psu.. £111 less part value)

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.

Case: CCL dont mind you giving them a call and changing this its upto you. just make sure to add some extra fans inside any case, "INCLUDING THIS ONE AS A PRESET BUILT" see link below add on to order, when u get your invoice, pls add fans to case pls.

cclonline.com/cat…ns/

cclonline.com/cat…es/

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-PBAR 0400 0201 0200 0200 0100 0000 0003 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 decent value.

as usual... prebullds get a hard time on here, so hot/cold its a decent deal.

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


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Heat for the effort as much as everything else
Very informative, I'll keep my eye on your posts, I'll be in the market for a new pc at pay rise time around feb/March
Built a very similarly specc'd rig for my 8 year old's first gaming setup - albeit with slightly higher quality components (NVME drive, 650W modular PSU, Sapphire Nitro+ 590X) for just under £1k.

This is an absolute bargain, considering its built for you and includes a warranty.
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Very informative, I'll keep my eye on your posts, I'll be in the market for a new pc at pay rise time around feb/March
Heat for the effort as much as everything else
Built a very similarly specc'd rig for my 8 year old's first gaming setup - albeit with slightly higher quality components (NVME drive, 650W modular PSU, Sapphire Nitro+ 590X) for just under £1k.

This is an absolute bargain, considering its built for you and includes a warranty.
Nice post my good man
Extremely good post, with the value in the items, this deserves a double hot, or maybe even a scorchio.
Great post, Would this Build comfortably run games like iRacing & Assetto Corsa Competizione, RFactor 2 etc? I'm mainly looking at one for Sim Racing & Wanted something that could comfortably handle anything I throw at It on Max Racing game wise!
Thanks for the effort!
I'll hopefully be buying a replacement desktop - mine is over 10 years old now.
Will be monitoring your posts.
Can't be bothered to build myself, so looking for around the £500-£600 mark likely.
Good to know you're monitoring prices!
Marky26402/01/2020 01:53

Great post, Would this Build comfortably run games like iRacing & Assetto …Great post, Would this Build comfortably run games like iRacing & Assetto Corsa Competizione, RFactor 2 etc? I'm mainly looking at one for Sim Racing & Wanted something that could comfortably handle anything I throw at It on Max Racing game wise!



What resolution do you want to run? 1080, tripples, VR?
SoldSurvivor02/01/2020 03:31

What resolution do you want to run? 1080, tripples, VR?


I was maybe hoping to output to My TV which is a 55” LED Samsung etc if that’s at all do-able? @ 1080p defo not triples or VR.
Marky26402/01/2020 03:32

I was maybe hoping to output to My TV which is a 55” LED Samsung etc if t …I was maybe hoping to output to My TV which is a 55” LED Samsung etc if that’s at all do-able? @ 1080p defo not triples or VR.


It will definitley run AC, RF2 and iRacing on Max at 1080 on your TV, check the max refresh rate of the TV.

ACC is newer and more demanding, should be good. You might want to ask in SimRacing reddit if that's a 100% requirement.

If you get into it you will prob want to get ultrawide, tripples or VR. Great thing about this PC is it can be upgraded as and when. Although will run these higher resolutions with some adjustment of the settings. ACC is known to be a pig with VR but sounds like that is not an issue for you right now.

I would definitely add more storage. I have a 2TB HD, SSD is obviously faster but I've not run into any problems running racing sims from a 7200rpm HD. 240GB will.get full really fast.
Edited by: "SoldSurvivor" 2nd Jan
@sarden84 as you know I was going to build my own, however having seen this I could be very tempted just for the inclusion of the warranty.

What's your thoughts on this over what we discussed in pm?

Cheers buddy.
OptimusPrimeval02/01/2020 06:39

@sarden84 as you know I was going to build my own, however having seen …@sarden84 as you know I was going to build my own, however having seen this I could be very tempted just for the inclusion of the warranty. What's your thoughts on this over what we discussed in pm?Cheers buddy.


The higher option in inbox has a £15 cheaper mother board, but comes with a 1tb hdd and a better psu on suggestion the self build gives more freedom in that regards as u could cut down on psu for a rx590 build ( but higher psu gives more freedom in future, but all options still upgradable just gives more freedom....)

I never upgrade my own systems though.. I sell and restart... that's just me..

This mb is one of the best higher up ones by MSI

But the ram, one in the suggest 'inbox is a tadge little better,... not noticeable... I've used the adata with the rx590 levels loads off times only ever had one stick annoy me compared to other stock dead on arrival lol ccl were quick easy return..

Me = self build...
Warrenty could do it for you though...

Tricky one this for self builders... building to this level.. vs peace of mind.

I think the last part of the post is spec for you though.
Edited by: "sarden84" 2nd Jan
Anyone interested in this item..

I wouldn't wait around.

It's an old CCL back door link,.. (parts have changed alot to what it use to be aswell).

Can't find a direct link on their there website..

And I know this follows some live part prices... and ccl have a floating method on prices in demand...
For others: if u go for the cheapest mb, cheapest ram option 8gb, remove the SSD, go for the tradition 1tb and pop windows on there(yes its nice to have windows on a ssd for faster boot).... go for the rx580, cheapest psu. ..... its £497....... and ur getting £471 worth of parts still....or 515 for 120GB SSD...
Edited by: "sarden84" 2nd Jan
the additional keyboard mouse combo at the bottom is typical valued about £52.. on the web, so for £40 extra its pretty decent if u looking for that type of gaming/pc combo inputs.. "Cooler Master MS110"
Edited by: "sarden84" 2nd Jan
Nice informative post.

Heat added, and pushed to Highlights
I bought a similar spec to this in march from ccl, yes it was the stryker.
Similar to what I built but with an m.2 drive, better case and psu and no gfx card.
Came to about £430, so about £590 if I bought the Fatboy.
So if you can get them to upgrade the case you're probably looking at what I paid to do it myself.
So decent deal really.
Can this play bf5 max settings at 60fps?
4k resolution
Edited by: "azual" 2nd Jan
Can anybody see a RAM compatibility link on MSI’s mobo page?
I want to check that the included RAM will be compatible with the XMP in the UEFI/BIOS.
Heat for the detail, description and commentary you provided.
Great post. Heat. I've recently ordered a similar prebuilt system from them around a Ryzen 3600 and RX590, due any day, great comms and service from them so far...
azual02/01/2020 13:34

Can this play bf5 max settings at 60fps?4k resolution


not at 4k no.. unless u jump to the 5700xt range (follow the guide on the bottom part on calling..)
Thanks for your recent posts @sarden84, they've been very helpful to me as I've been looking to finally upgrade from my uni laptop to a purpose built PC for gaming. I think I will probably buy a pre-built one rather than build myself, mostly for the warranty that is on offer. But it's good to see that I am able to customise the hardware from the base model advertised to fit my budget. Thanks!
Want to echo these comments. Your help has been invaluable and hope to push the button shortly, I must say that it has given me a bit of an inkling for building in the future, if indeed it is that easy.

But not this time!
fantastic post - very many thanks. After saying to the family for years that I would one day build my own PC... I've decided to get someone else to do it! This way I can play about with bits and pieces and swap out as and when needed in the future. That 3 yr warranty for pennies and peace of mind (and the very helpful advice you gave) swayed it for me.

One small question - I take it I can do a transfer of my existing windows license and files via USB onto this rig?
I need a pc for Photoshop with 2 x 8TB mirrored hard drives with a bit of light gaming. If I was to get this pc what should change??
KingSuns02/01/2020 14:32

fantastic post - very many thanks. After saying to the family for years …fantastic post - very many thanks. After saying to the family for years that I would one day build my own PC... I've decided to get someone else to do it! This way I can play about with bits and pieces and swap out as and when needed in the future. That 3 yr warranty for pennies and peace of mind (and the very helpful advice you gave) swayed it for me. One small question - I take it I can do a transfer of my existing windows license and files via USB onto this rig?


bit of a tricky one that.. the licence code gets registered to the Motherboard,.
...... meanwhile the cheap OEM licence codes from ebay are for "fresh instations".
.......... Bonus of that you have a nice new installation of windows.
............... no messing with old GPU drives on the old disk which can cause "sometimes" issues..
.................. use the old hdd as a back up "Storage space". Molex/sata | sata3 cable to mb, 4 screws attach it to hard drive space inside case, done.
Madchester02/01/2020 14:35

I need a pc for Photoshop with 2 x 8TB mirrored hard drives with a bit of …I need a pc for Photoshop with 2 x 8TB mirrored hard drives with a bit of light gaming. If I was to get this pc what should change??


2600x/rx580 will be fine for that , unless you doing high amounts, then jump to the 2700x for the 8core / 16thread which is more for "workstations"....... 4tb is inside the customizer my personal pref 2X2TB.... but thats me. "phone call job or add another onto order online within your basket. upto u.
Edited by: "sarden84" 2nd Jan
great post - thanks
I recommend upgrading the GPU to the GTX 1660 Super, much more futureproof , more powerful, more efficient, less nois
Edited by: "akuakuu" 2nd Jan
sarden8402/01/2020 14:56

2600x/rx580 will be fine for that , unless you doing high amounts, then …2600x/rx580 will be fine for that , unless you doing high amounts, then jump to the 2700x for the 8core / 16thread which is more for "workstations"....... 4tb is inside the customizer my personal pref 2X2TB.... but thats me. "phone call job or add another onto order online within your basket. upto u.


Does the motherboard have space for the ssd plus 2 x 8tb hdd or do I need the 256gb m2 option?. I will add the 2 x 8tb myself..
it doesnt come with operation system, can I buy a windows 10 cd key and instanll in ?
Ray042402/01/2020 15:38

it doesnt come with operation system, can I buy a windows 10 cd key and …it doesnt come with operation system, can I buy a windows 10 cd key and instanll in ?


microsoft.com/en-…s10

^ download the media tool to make a USB bootable install device so ull need a Pen drive of 8GB (id say 8GB cos 4GB depending on brand can be somewhat funny.*

pop on a fresh installation, obtain a key from ebay.
Madchester02/01/2020 15:27

Does the motherboard have space for the ssd plus 2 x 8tb hdd or do I need …Does the motherboard have space for the ssd plus 2 x 8tb hdd or do I need the 256gb m2 option?. I will add the 2 x 8tb myself..


msi.com/Mot…ion

* full details..
akuakuu02/01/2020 15:12

I recommend upgrading the GPU to the GTX 1660 Super, much more futureproof …I recommend upgrading the GPU to the GTX 1660 Super, much more futureproof , more powerful, more efficient, less nois


good advice but for £90 more... is it worth it? when £135 more is the 5700 which will be the better jump, if your going up might as well do with style and the AMD GPU's come with borderlands game or ghost recon which is worth £30 anyways.
Great price
Thank you, purchased. This is a perfect starter setup for my son (I wouldn't have a clue about building myself so this is brill!)
I posted the following on another of your deals a couple of days ago or so, but I got a bit confused by the conflicting advice and suggestions!

Maybe I should clarify and ask what would be the best cost effective processor for my requirements and would that be a Ryzen with built in graphics, or a basic Ryzen and buy a dedicated graphics card to go with it? Are is this the difference between the 'G' and 'X' versions of CPU? And best mobo to go with these?

I can probably figure out the RAM and other bits I'll need, it's just the CPU and GPU situation, oh and mobo, that I need help on.

This is what I posted on the other deal;

I only want to do some minimal gaming - mainly only simulation games like Cities Skylines, Cities XL, Planet Coaster and similar. I must stress this point - I do NOT want a super-duper gaming machine!! I really do not want mega FPS - I just want to be able to play the sort of games mentioned at a reasonable level of quality and speed.

I would also like to be able to do some photoshop work (again, quite basic and nothing approaching professional level) and also video editing. Again, nothing at professional level but just at a reasonably quick pace so I am not wasting my life looking at a progress bar moving at a snail's pace!

For comparison purposes, I have been using my current PC for around 7 years or so and is a AMD A8-3870 APU with 8GB RAM and no dedicated GPU. OK, you can stop laughing now. I do have a GPU I've never opened which is a Asus -VGA Radeon R7250 1 GB Radeon R7 250 1GB GDDR5 128 Bit Graphics Card. Would this be of any use?

Would I be better off going for a Ryzen with a built in GPU, or a basic Ryzen and buying an additional GPU (or using the R7 one above)? What would be a decent Ryzen with built in graphics for the sort of things I want to do, and what would be a decent non-GPU Ryzen and additional separate dedicated GPU for the same type of use? Both of which won't break the bank!!

And 16GB or 32GB RAM? What mobo for allowing a little future proofing? Anything else?

I have a decent PSU so can use that. I also have a SSD and couple of HDDs so no need to buy new. I'm guessing for this reason I'd be better off going down the DIY build route as I can either save money, or spend the extra getting better components. I'd ideally likie to spend less than £400, and less than £300 if possible.

Any advice greatly appreciated!!
I am clueless with PC's but do want to get a gaming set up that will be ok with the vast majority of games at 1080. I was looking at this deals.dell.com/en-…uqk
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