CyberPower FX + 1050Ti, cheapest pre-built 1050Ti Black Friday deal - £499.99 @ Very
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CyberPower FX + 1050Ti, cheapest pre-built 1050Ti Black Friday deal - £499.99 @ Very

£499.99Very Deals
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Found 24th Nov
Can't see anything cheaper for 1050Ti at Argos / PC World / eBuyer for anyone that doesn't want to DIY build.

  • Windows 10 Home Edition 64-bit
  • AMD FX 4300 CPU 3.8GHz
  • 8Gb DDR3 RAM
  • 1Tb Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX™ 1050Ti 4Gb dedicated graphics
  • Gaming case with side window and Red LEDs
  • No Optical Disk Drive
  • Realtek® Gigabit LAN 802.11n Wi-Fi
  • 5.1 Channel Audio
  • Ports: 9x USB 2.0, 1x RJ45, 3x Audio Jacks, 1x HDMI, 1x DVI, 1x Display
  • Dimensions: H 508, W 201, D 468 mm
  • Cyberpower Armada View Gaming Desktop PC Base Unit

10 Comments

No no no no no no terrible CPU, terrible, terrible there has been several things posted today that are miles better than this lol.

FX CPU, no SSD and DDR3 is probably why it's the cheapest PC with a 1050Ti

You'd be better off buying a used PC from Ebay and stick a 1050ti/1060 in it. Awful specs. Sorry OP. Don't be drawn in by the flashy case

It would play Minecraft at about 250fps though...

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ritchiedrama42 m ago

No no no no no no terrible CPU, terrible, terrible there has been several …No no no no no no terrible CPU, terrible, terrible there has been several things posted today that are miles better than this lol.


Oh right do you have links?

JimmyNeutron255 m ago

Oh right do you have links?


Not going to go through pages of todays deals, but lots were posted today.

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ritchiedrama10 m ago

Not going to go through pages of todays deals, but lots were posted today.


I see, just puzzled that I can't find any when searching for 'Gaming PC' on here?

JimmyNeutron251 h, 4 m ago

I see, just puzzled that I can't find any when searching for 'Gaming PC' …I see, just puzzled that I can't find any when searching for 'Gaming PC' on here?


There has not been many - neotrix found a good offer on a lenovo but that is now expired.
Ritchie is right though that this cpu from 2012 and it' niche was a cheap bang for buck processor and market has changed a fair bit since then. This I think may better suit you or then again perhaps not. laptopsdirect.co.uk/asu…BwE
Edited by: "Bertz99" 24th Nov

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.

PHL25th Nov

Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy or build a good gaming pc. Where …Hi, a little help please. I wish to buy or build a good gaming pc. Where should I begin or is there recommened YouTube videos I can follow in details like shopping list off Amazon and how to assemble. Sorry if I didn' make sense at all as this is new to me.


Tom's hardware guide is not too shabby in its guide of building a pc:
tomshardware.co.uk/how…tml
ESD that is covered I don' quite think is done justice in that immediate failure is rare compared to the substrate breached that then oxidized which in turn is the cause of subsequent issues. The static zap is an occurence of potential difference between two bodies - to minimise it is a case of bringing you and components to same potential (and is what the wrist strap does although do agree with toms article that is overkill as long as you earth yourself and target). Also do not put components on top of an anti static bag - it functions as a faraday cage deflecting charges around outside - placing ontop increases possibility/potential area.
Sourcing parts uk.pcpartpicker.com is a good site for a starting point.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 26th Nov
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