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Elite AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 4.6Ghz Twelve Core DDR4 Business & Home PC System £699.99 @ AWD-IT
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Elite AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 4.6Ghz Twelve Core DDR4 Business & Home PC System £699.99 @ AWD-IT

£699.99£749.997%AWD-IT Deals
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Posted 9th Feb
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Elite AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 4.6Ghz Twelve Core DDR4 Business & Home PC System


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AMD Ryzen 9 3900X
Built to Perform. Designed to Win.
The world's most advanced processor1 with 12 cores for power users and content creators.





  • 12 x Cores
  • 24 x Threads
  • 3.8GHz Base Clock
  • Max Boost Clock up to 4.6GHz
  • Wraith PRISM Thermal Solution

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Increase and optimise your work flow with NVIDIA GeForce GT 710 Graphics, featuring:



  • NVIDIA PureVideo Technology
  • NVIDIA PhysX Technology
  • NVIDIA FXAA Technology
  • Dual Link DVI-D
  • HDMI
  • VGA
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- Case: Bitfenix Neos Case (Dimensions (WxHxD): 185 x 429 x 470)
- Power Supply: 500W 80+ Coolermaster
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X 4.6Ghz Twelve Core
- Motherboard: B450 Motherboard
- Cooler: AMD Wraith Cooler
- RAM: Up to 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Dual Channel Kit
- Storage: Your choice of HDD, SSD or M.2 Drive
- Graphics Card: Onboard AMD HD Graphics
- Sound: High Definition 7.1 Onboard Sound Card
- Optical Drive: Optional DVD-RW
- Networking: Gigabit LAN


Assembled and tested by our expert technical team.

This system can be pre-installed with a genuine Microsoft Windows 10 Operating system. Please select the operating system you require for your from the drop down box above and it will be supplied and installed for you prior to shipmen

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Our 6 Point philosophy to gaming PC design and creation...


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- Prebuilt and configured. Just turn it on and away you go! (Providing you have an Operating System installed)
- Up to 32GB Dual Channel DDR4 2400Mhz memory delivers fast load times
- Nvidia 710 2GB Graphics
- USB 3.0 for ultra fast transfers
- Twelve Core Core AMD Ryzen 9 processing performance
- 1080p & 4K Ultra HD Support
- HDMI & DVI Support

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Delivery is FREE on all orders on the AWD-IT website - but enhanced delivery options are available should you wish to choose them.

You can read more about our delivery services and options HERE.

For PC orders, parcels are fully tracked and notifications are sent to keep you updated. On the morning of the scheduled delivery date, DPD notify the recipient with the estimated delivery time which is accurate to within one hour.


Delivery times are typically 5-7 working days on gaming PC systems. If you have a particular delivery date in mind please give us a call and we will do our very best to accommodate your requirements!

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All of our gaming PC systems are built to order and are designed to beupgraded or changed should you require anything not

offered on page.

Our team of specialists would be more than happy to assist in choosing the right system for you and to discuss upgrades or technical advice should an issue arise.

For advice on our gaming PC systems or support we can be contacted Mon - Fri, 9am - 5pm on phone at 01782 450573 or by email at sales@awd-it.co.uk
Please note that whilst we endeavour to provide information as accurately as possible, there are times when components may be cosmetically different than shown due to new revisions of hardware.
Technical support is provided with no time-frame limitations - should you have an issue with your machine at any point, please ensure that you make us your first port of call for guidance.

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Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the proverbial, "business" PC or not. Slow RAM to ensure you're not getting the most out of your 3900X. An unnamed B450 motherboard, which could be anything from the bare minimum you'd want for a 3900X to notably below the bare minimum, whilst lacking the kind of I/O that a professional user would likely want. A "fine" but bare minimum PSU. And a £35 case with awful thermals to put it all in.

Who is this for? If you can afford a 3900X, you can afford better components around it. And if you can't really afford a 3900X, you could build a much, much nicer system in general, with a half-decent graphics card, for the same money or less with a cheaper Ryzen SKU.
Edited by: "Aretak" 9th Feb
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Why would you need a 3900x for running word
Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the proverbial, "business" PC or not. Slow RAM to ensure you're not getting the most out of your 3900X. An unnamed B450 motherboard, which could be anything from the bare minimum you'd want for a 3900X to notably below the bare minimum, whilst lacking the kind of I/O that a professional user would likely want. A "fine" but bare minimum PSU. And a £35 case with awful thermals to put it all in.

Who is this for? If you can afford a 3900X, you can afford better components around it. And if you can't really afford a 3900X, you could build a much, much nicer system in general, with a half-decent graphics card, for the same money or less with a cheaper Ryzen SKU.
Edited by: "Aretak" 9th Feb
Aretak09/02/2020 16:26

Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the …Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the proverbial, "business" PC or not. Slow RAM to ensure you're not getting the most out of your 3900X. An unnamed B450 motherboard, which could be anything from the bare minimum you'd want for a 3900X to notably below the bare minimum, whilst lacking the kind of I/O that a professional user would likely want. A "fine" but bare minimum PSU. And a £35 case with awful thermals to put it all in.Who is this for? If you can afford a 3900X, you can afford better components around it. And if you can't really afford a 3900X, you could build a much, much nicer system in general, with a half-decent graphics card, for the same money or less with a cheaper Ryzen SKU.


Agree 💯 And 2400 MHz memory?
Aretak09/02/2020 16:26

Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the …Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the proverbial, "business" PC or not. Slow RAM to ensure you're not getting the most out of your 3900X. An unnamed B450 motherboard, which could be anything from the bare minimum you'd want for a 3900X to notably below the bare minimum, whilst lacking the kind of I/O that a professional user would likely want. A "fine" but bare minimum PSU. And a £35 case with awful thermals to put it all in.Who is this for? If you can afford a 3900X, you can afford better components around it. And if you can't really afford a 3900X, you could build a much, much nicer system in general, with a half-decent graphics card, for the same money or less with a cheaper Ryzen SKU.


You took the words out of my mouth. I am flabbergasted at the lacklustre components.... assumption must be that punters will see the headline 3900x and pull the trigger?
How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading whole post and just the 3900x, which is exactly why OP has done this
Edited by: "gopolog86" 9th Feb
gopolog8609/02/2020 16:34

How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading …How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading whole post and just the 3900x, which is exactly why OP has done this



gopolog8609/02/2020 16:34

How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading …How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading whole post and just the 3900x, which is exactly why OP has done this


Because most people dont have a clue ...
I get my gaming pc this week.... Eek...
Looks good, I might upgrade my i7 7700k desktop I have that has 4GB ram, 5400rpm hard drive and Matrox Mystique.
gopolog8609/02/2020 16:34

How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading …How it this getting heat? Never surprises me that people are not reading whole post and just the 3900x, which is exactly why OP has done this



It's getting heat cause when you turn it on with that wraith cooler it turns very hot lol
Awd.. says it all.. cold from me
spannerzone09/02/2020 17:05

Looks good, I might upgrade my i7 7700k desktop I have that has 4GB ram, …Looks good, I might upgrade my i7 7700k desktop I have that has 4GB ram, 5400rpm hard drive and Matrox Mystique.


Don't get this
Twixellzz09/02/2020 17:13

It's getting heat cause when you turn it on with that wraith cooler it …It's getting heat cause when you turn it on with that wraith cooler it turns very hot lol


Nothing wrong with that cooler ...
deankdhdd09/02/2020 18:51

Don't get this


It's been suggested this deal is a poor mix of components, top end CPU, bottom of the range graphics, low spec memory and questions as to who would buy this.... hence I suggested that my nearly top of the line CPU and bottom of the line (in 1996) graphics card desktop would be an ideal candidate to replace for this.

I must try a bit harder to make my comments more obvious
Aretak09/02/2020 16:26

Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the …Pretty terrible build IMO. Putting a GT 710 in there is really taking the proverbial, "business" PC or not. Slow RAM to ensure you're not getting the most out of your 3900X. An unnamed B450 motherboard, which could be anything from the bare minimum you'd want for a 3900X to notably below the bare minimum, whilst lacking the kind of I/O that a professional user would likely want. A "fine" but bare minimum PSU. And a £35 case with awful thermals to put it all in.Who is this for? If you can afford a 3900X, you can afford better components around it. And if you can't really afford a 3900X, you could build a much, much nicer system in general, with a half-decent graphics card, for the same money or less with a cheaper Ryzen SKU.



I think you're missing the point that not everybody wants to spend £1k+ on a 3900x pc.
sure you could get a better board, a better vga card, more expensive ram, but guess what that will do to the price?
porridgegobler09/02/2020 21:39

I think you're missing the point that not everybody wants to spend £1k+ on …I think you're missing the point that not everybody wants to spend £1k+ on a 3900x pc.sure you could get a better board, a better vga card, more expensive ram, but guess what that will do to the price?


The commenter's point (and clearly expressed) was that this is a build where the expensive CPU is a mismatch to the budget and causes a significant compromise to be made in quality of the build.

I'm not sure why we need to have a discussion to explain this, but fine - let's have another go. If £700 is your system budget then spending around 2/3rds of it just on the CPU is crazy. If you have a genuine need for that amount of compute, then you will more than likely also have a need for significantly more RAM, better cooling, faster storage, more power etc and then yes, of course you are talking about having to have a much larger budget. But in this case (ha!) you are a knowledgeable user and your performance requirements would have led you to expect that cost increase at the start, and you would not be looking at this system.

If you only have £700 to spend, why would you not put about a quarter of it into a 3600 CPU, and then you have the money to get a decent quality mobo, better RAM, a fast drive, and a workable graphics card - that is a balanced system that is much more flexible and will last you several years across a wide variety of tasks.

This build is a cynical attempt to drag in an uninformed customer with a headline of a high performance CPU at a seemingly low system price. The customer will get a system whose design badly constrains the performance of that CPU and uses inferior quality complements, it will need much more invested in it to get it to a satisfactory state. In short, it is deceptive and that's what I'm objecting to.
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