Corsair ONE Pro GTX 1080 Ti M.2 SSD Compact VR Gaming PC - £2399 @ Scan
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Corsair ONE Pro GTX 1080 Ti M.2 SSD Compact VR Gaming PC - £2399 @ Scan

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Found 28th Dec 2017Edited by:"scorcher"
Well reviewed, Compact, Quiet, 2 year Warranty.

With Destiny 2, Assassins Creed® Origins,Total War: Warhammer II
If you don't qualify for free delivery or collect, the total is £2410 (which is currently same from amazon uk but without the 3 free games)
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That seems a lot for what it is. Could build for a lot cheaper.
dudwood_fudwood7 m ago

That seems a lot for what it is. Could build for a lot cheaper.


You can say that for most of the prebuilt PC’s out there. Always build if you ha e the knowledge and aware of the risks!
N3uR012 m ago

You can say that for most of the prebuilt PC’s out there. Always build if y …You can say that for most of the prebuilt PC’s out there. Always build if you ha e the knowledge and aware of the risks!


Very true but this seems excessively high, cost wise.
dudwood_fudwood22 m ago

That seems a lot for what it is. Could build for a lot cheaper.



But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty on everything?
scorcher2 m ago

But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty …But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty on everything?


Yes, probably quieter and a lot of the parts will have more than a two year warranty.
Not a great price at all IMO..
I'd be expect at least another 1080 Ti thrown in for that price.
scorcher1 h, 14 m ago

But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty …But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty on everything?


Without a doubt and most parts come with a 3 year warranty anyway.
I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the individual components for mine it came to more than this. Not sure if that is true for this but even if it's close I'd say it's a good deal.
adamnshame1 h, 2 m ago

I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the …I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the individual components for mine it came to more than this. Not sure if that is true for this but even if it's close I'd say it's a good deal.


Obviously biased because I been watching this for a while and finally taken the plunge from Amazon (it's a tenner more expensive). It's beautiful solid metal, liquid cooled and literally whisper quiet.

You can get close to this price if you buy a cheap monster case and load it with grey import components.

When you also factor in that you just pop it out of the box plug it it in and go it's also saving you half a day of faffing about followed by weeks of ironing out creases.
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