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Intel I9 9900K 240gb SSD 16gb 3200Mhz Star Gaming PC £848 @ Freshtechsolutions
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Posted 21st Nov 2019Posted 21st Nov 2019
Intel I9 9900K 240gb SSD 16gb 3200Mhz Star Gaming PC £848 @ Freshtechsolutions£848
Product Description The Starlight ATX Mid-Tower gaming case, with a full tempered glass left side panel. One Single-Ring Halo Rainbow RGB fan is included at the back and with room … Read more

This is a reasonable price for the component list, is say 800 for the parts and 48 for someone to put them in the chassis. You could save cash and order it all separately, a lot of people upgrade a part of three at a time. The processor is more than half the price of this PC, it's a good foundation, save for put a slightly better psu in there.


I agree, I like looking at builds which can get a job done. But in this build I would claw back on the processor - no need to pay the extra for the i9 as it requires way more cooling than the 9700k. The case on initial glance is too small to provide that cooling even with the budget cooler. Obviously there is no gpu - but why put a i9 in the case and no gpu?! makes no sense. To make it right they should stick an i7 9700k in and a mid range gpu then produce a thermals video would work out a similar price... also no os - not a massive thing, but for someone who wants it working out the box, add another £85 for win 10. All in to make it a workable system - kinda I get it to £914.75 and thats with a 570 AMD - there were cheaper cards available but you want it to have some chance of playing a modern game.




I dunno, this looks kinda good for people not wanting to build a system but plug whatever GPU in they fancy (let's be honest, it is the only real bottle neck for gaming these days with the rest of hardware being half-decent). It's basically a whole system for near cost, that's not too shabby. That being said, agree PSU is a big yikes and yup why not stick a half-decent 500GB m.2 on there for £20-£30 more


I've price everything up on pcpartpicker.... its a good attempt.... but lacking in so many departments... Yes you get the headline i9.... but yes the case is gonna run hotter than hell..... yes you need a dedicated gpu maybe a 1660 or something I dunno, but this is a very budget build. The Mobo is good, i guess this is added to justify the cpu, ram is ok - but the case? the psu? the storage? I did find if you search independantly f pcpartpicker you can get some parts chepaer like the cooler at £17

Intel I9 9900K 240gb SSD 8gb 3200Mhz RTX 2080 Ti 11gb Eclipse Gaming PC £1,987 at Freshtechsolutions
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Posted 13th Aug 2019Posted 13th Aug 2019
Intel I9 9900K 240gb SSD 8gb 3200Mhz RTX 2080 Ti 11gb Eclipse Gaming PC £1,987 at Freshtechsolutions£1,987
I’m looking for a new PC, tempted by this, any thoughts? Seems a good deal for the parts, more memory would be nice. No idea what the company is like to buy from though Eclipse RG… Read more

If you're going to be gaming on local lan networks than yes it's worth it, otherwise... a £10k gaming pc won't make up for skill :p


Haha. OK! (lol)


That refresh rate for wifi gaming or home gaming is overkill.


Might look like a good deal but I went to the address shown last week to discuss and there not there and don’t answer the phone either


You know what. It might only have 8GB RAM and 240GB SSD. But this is a incredible price. Considering the GPU costs about £1k. The CPU costs about £500 and a £150 motherboard and a £80 case. For a pre built this is a very good price. Personally though I would rather go for a Ryzen 3900x system.

AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £968 @ Freshtechsolutions
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AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £968 @ Freshtechsolutions£968
AMD Ryzen 2600 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 RTX 2070 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC Product Specifcation CASE BUILT INGraphite RGB Gaming Case With Side Window and 2x RGB Fans MOTHERBOARD… Read more

Ha... Built a few am4 pcs and the only thing I've paired with a320 board is the A8 and A10 apus, the ryzens need better


RTX is the attention grabbing thing here. As for the rest, PC builders need a wake up call. Stop using (poo) motherboard chipsets. A320 boards should only be in low spec or office machines. Saving £10-15 cost over a B or X chipset is inexcusable.


That unfortunate RTX 2070 is gonna be triple bottlenecked!


Agree and I didn’t see it listed if it’s 2x4gb or 1x8gb. Thinking the worst it’s only going to be single channel.


No, the OP simply knows very little about high powered PCs for VR use and is learning a lot rhough the comments here!

AMD Ryzen 2200G 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 GTX 1070TI 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £816 @ Freshtec Solutions
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Posted 12th Jan 2019Posted 12th Jan 2019
AMD Ryzen 2200G 240gb SSD 8gb DDR4 GTX 1070TI 8gb Graphite Windows 10 PC - £816 @ Freshtec Solutions£816
Product Description The Game Max Graphite is made with a very simple but effective design and with the added grey colour gives the Graphite a unique look. There is a… Read more

That cpu is made for low end pc. It is an APU, it means it can be a CPU and GPU at the same time but loosing performance on the CPU part. Motherboard is low end, Ramºs only 2400 Mhz and you can go on and on.


The sell the same model with a AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 2600 3.40GHz for £50 more, but is the rest of the spec still not good enough??


The AMD Ryzen 2200G has PCI Express Version PCIe 3.0 x8. As the built in GFX takes away the extra PCI lanes.


No AMD shortage. It’s a decent processor in its own right. Out it’s depth here though. As I say, expensive GPU cheap choice on the rest to extract (poo)


They ran out of decent processors (embarrassed)

AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 240gb SSD, 8gb DDR4, GTX 1060 6gb, Dragon Gaming PC - £673 @ Freshtecsolutions
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AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 240gb SSD, 8gb DDR4, GTX 1060 6gb, Dragon Gaming PC - £673 @ Freshtecsolutions£673
Ryzen 5 2600 Gigabyte A320M-S2H motherboard 240GB SSD 8GB DDR4 RAM GTX 1060 6GB I opted for this case over the others as it's one of the cheapest (£7 more than the very cheapest),… Read more

Thanks my dude! :)


There is a few place I tend to use, but if you just want to do a quick build and price compare you can use PC Part Picker, that will allow you to specify a system and also help you ensure you get compatible parts for the most part.


Awesome find! Where'd you find the parts for the price?


This isn’t the best fresh tech offer. I had my computer from them, but from their ebay page when quidco did 10% off ebay. Ryzen 7 2700x processor, 1050 2gb graphics, X470 motherboard, 8gb 3000 ram, 120gb SSD, original price was 750 so paid 675 when taking into account cashback. Great service, arrived quickly, great bit of kit as long as you don’t mind doing a few little upgrades. I’ve added a 2TB hard drive in mine, will add another 8GB ram and upgrade the graphics card.


I ordered from these guys about 5 years ago, they sold me an i5 3570k but installed a non k version. They ignored all my emails and calls and weren't interested at all after they received the money.

Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions
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Posted 5th Apr 2018Posted 5th Apr 2018
Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions£1,500
Just seen this. Great price for a i7 8700 with a GTX 1080ti.

Thanks, ended up doing it myself, wasn't bad at all with a couple of YouTube vids. Hadn't built one in 15+ years, but not a lot had changed thankfully.


I used Mesh Computers for mine just before Christmas and they did a great job. Well built, talked to a rep who was able to adjust everything to my liking and when I booted up I saw they threw in a free upgrade to Windows Pro. After sales was very good, too. Here's a look at what I got.


A friend of mine couldn't say enough good things about CyberPower. He had to get something in his PC checked and they were great for support, so he says.


I've seen it much cheaper if you watch the prices This PC would be £1000 in a another (better) universe where there is no crypto miners, Ram prices are normal, SSD prices are normal If they dont start going back to normal soon, PC gaming will die, the manufacturers don't care since they are making a lot of money When they are making cards now I don't think they have gamers in mind, they are thinking "we've gotta make this card cheap but the best for mining, we need plenty of stock"


i've been looking at custom built gaming pcs and this doesn't seem bad at all. aside from the psu (and maybe ssd to boot), is it really that bad performance wise:/ EVGA gold 650w should suffice? Which are better psu subs?

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gaming PC from freshtechsolutions £599.00
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Posted 29th Jul 2016Posted 29th Jul 2016
gaming PC from freshtechsolutions £599.00£599
I'm new to all this but looks like good spec for the money. AMD 7650K 3.8Ghz 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz AMD RX 480 8gb In 503 Computer Windows 10

​ok. i wasn't aware of that but i went on youtube and said gtx 750ti gta v vs ps4 and you got a lot of comparison vids side by side. anyhow. good enough for me! i am still playing old games from humble bundle maxed out!


​PS4 only records in 720 from memory, so doesn't show true quality in YouTube. Some bargain pcs there, however.


Kudos to those who have a PC for £300. Word to the wise do not scrimp on the psu.


To be fair, the graphics card RX 480 is BETTER than gtx 750ti see but you're paying 2x as much as the PC I recommended?????? I'm on HUKD and pay £300 for my pcs :)


the benchmark on the processor in this model is 4975 nb this is the PROCESSOR benchmark I don't know much about graphics benchmarks. All I know is my graphics card GTX 750ti is awesome - it is a low powered graphics card that beats PS4.

RX 480 Gaming PC £489 freshtechsolutions
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RX 480 Gaming PC £489 freshtechsolutions£489
AMD 6400K 4.1Ghz 120gb SSD 8gb 1600Mhz AMD RX 480 8gb Apache Gaming PC seems quite decent for a pre built with the new rx480 8gb.

This is a terribly designed pc, even the best available amd cpu's have bottleneck issues with a gpu of this calibre, let alone this 1.5 core pile of crap. they also require higher speed ram to work better and the stock cooler is the old one and will be loud and bad at cooling. The gpu will also be running hot, there's no mass storage so all you get is that 120gb ssd (not even a good one it's one of the cheapest and worst performing ssd's available) so this would be able to install like 5 indies or 2AAA games and finally no os. Pls no one buy this.


hate seeing these custom PCs they throw a great graphics card, decent ram and decent storage and then out in a horrific cpu with a limited motherboard so tobuograde you have to basically start again


most newer games use more than 1 core, gta v needs 4... this graphics card can easily max it out at 1080p, the cpu can't - its a crazy build​


most games still only use 1 core....


That must be the most unusual build ive ever seen... a dual core cpu with a high end graphics card, is this company insane oO

Gaming pc, i5-6600, gtx960,8gb ram,600w £514 @ FreshTech
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Gaming pc, i5-6600, gtx960,8gb ram,600w £514 @ FreshTech£514
I think this is good value gaming pc No Operating system included in this. - dmcmsn
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GTX 960 ? Gaming pc ? Joke.


link just goes to the site, where is the direct link for this offer please Cheers


by a lot unless you overclock like crazy. It does not mean that cannot be used of course, even if it was a 4 cores might still bottleneck the gpu in some games


So the CPU should slightly bottleneck the GPU but nothing much?


your A6-6400 is 40% less power than the Q9550

Intel Core I7 4790 HD Gaming PC 120gb SSD 8gb 1600Mhz Zalman T4 Computer £419 @ FreshTech
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Intel Core I7 4790 HD Gaming PC 120gb SSD 8gb 1600Mhz Zalman T4 Computer £419 @ FreshTech£419
Product Description The Zalman T4 case has a black matte finish. The Zalman T4 has 2x fans (1x Blue, 1x black), there is room for an additional 2 x 120mm fans on the side. On top o… Read more
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this auctin one ends in 2 hours go up to about £315 + 25 del


Both the links are the same...or they show the same computer it's well overpriced in my opinion. an older but capable i7... not a bad set up. Could do with being £50 cheaper check out this one small form factor, so you can only use a half height video card, you can buy a gtx 750ti for around £95 lower spec for £150 inc 90 day warantee, but still fairly fast low profile video card gtx 750 ti £92.73 or here this one aint too bad, contains everything, including opertaing system and video card yes it uses an amd, but it's more than sufficient for you're needs, but be warend there is no upgrade path for this system really, it's pritty much the fastest cpu this motherboard can take another AMD system wuith gtx 770, one of teh ebst AMD cpu's. Not sure if it includes an operating system, but you have to ask, but I think it does all in for £380 or make an offer. pick up only from DA14 pc includes monitor, doesn't need anything extra, older video card but still capable £359 ill have another look later. I suppose you're looking for everything included right? inc operating and video card Send me a private message for any more questions... so many options, the auctions tend to be cheaper then buyitnow options


Hi, I'm not having much luck. With the £430 pc the guy removed the graphics card and sold it separately and the cash convertors pc was taken off Ebay. I am now considering 2 others as I need one asap and I would value your opinion if you have time please... as I said i'm not very knowledgeable when it comes to pcs Here are the links and I went for these as they are not too far from me, offer a warranty, refurbish and build the pcs etc.


Very interesting. I am looking for a server with CPU grunt and memory. Don't need an OS or a monitor/graphics card. This "gaming rig" might be just th job. Thanks, heat.

I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 3.5GB (+.5GB) £565.00 @ Freshtech Solutions
Posted 17th Oct 2015Posted 17th Oct 2015
I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 3.5GB (+.5GB) £565.00 @ Freshtech Solutions£565
Decent spec for the price. Not sure if its cheaper to build yourself, and if it is, its not much
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If you build a close-to identical computer yourself, you are usually fitting full retail box versions of the components, whereas a bulk builder is usually buying OEM versions, which usually have a limited one year warranty on each component; the retail box components, depending on what is chosen, might come with several year warranties, bundled extras, free games, software, etc. To me, that's the main appeal of building your own, or at least something to keep in mind when comparing a prebuilt system with a system that appears to use identical components. If the price was very close, though, I would rather save my precious time and get a friend to buy the pre-built model.


For an extra £10 on top of the retail price of just the motherboard you can get a better specced B85 chipset 4 Slots for ram, 4 USB 3.0 on rear, 4 SATA III slots which gives you little more flexibility and £10 more on top of CX 600 PSU would net you a higher quality Seasonic S12-11 620W For around £20-£25 on top you have much better overall machine but seriously the case, I understand Gaming is just a word used loosely across the internet especially with Parts thrown together to make a PC but its by far anything but deemed a Gaming Case. Just trying to take it out of the box will probably cause it to twist and bend. And don't forget the PSU is top mounted so will spend it days sucking in hot air from all the rest of the parts and with no airflow, well good luck to those using your PSU as a Heat Extraction Unit


Did notice that after I press post comment. I was talking to someone on youtube 15 mins ago about exact same thing and they have same low end H81 based board and someone arguing that triple monitor is supported as its says on Processor Spec sheet just trying to explain to them in as simple english as possibly that it is and isn't but does depend on other components but they are adamant they are right and now the other person thinks there PC is faulty. They just has Intel HD on-board though The motherboard was exactly the same one and the last comment mentioned triple screens, didn't have chance to delete before you replied


Might be good price but limited and you can change out PSU for much better make moment for almost same price. Its only got couple of USB 3.0 and its all VIA chipset which has always been plagued, even the case is that cheap it doesn't even has USB 3.0 ports. This comment on description suggest case has no fans installed or maybe just 1, even though very limited to start with only 2 fan slots in case "Additional Case Cooling Optional, Fully Upgradeable, Overclocking Potential" What overclocking potential, there isn't really any, exceptions for Graphics Card but that is it. And as far as upgrades go, except for a small bump in processor speed from a couple of i5's above this one or waste £200+ on i7 you haven't really got any upgrade options in that instance, no i5-4690K going on this board. Ram slots are both full so will need to spend over £65+ on 16Gb, no room for any more drives in this case except maybe an SSD and that is all you can really have as it only have 2 of the latest SATA III sockets. And glad to see they offer the mandatory Warranty yet make it sound like they are doing something really good "1 Year Collect and Return Warranty Included with all our Computers. Buy with confidence knowing if anything goes wrong we will pick up the Computer and repair it at no cost to yourself during your warranty period which shows the faith we have in the products we sell." GPU comes standard with 2 years some makes/models even more, PSU 3 Years, Motherboard 2 Years, CPU 3 Years, RAM normally Lifetime. HDD if not OEM or already used normally 2-3 Years. And its noted that most of these with GTX 960/970 cards are the single blower plastic ones and in this case and 80+ temps it will be so loud it will become a huge irritant, plus diminished performance due to heat


If it didn't have a GTX 970 that might be true. The GTX 970 supports > 2 monitors.

Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC £562 @ freshtechsolutions
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Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC £562 @ freshtechsolutions£562
Perfect build and will play most new games at 60 fps great budget build The Fractal design core series offers a unique combination of design, cooling performance and value for mo… Read more
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"ALSO INCLUDES Free 60 Day Trial Norton Internet Security ( OEM ) " which you will not be able to run because this system does not come with an Operating system! Still voted Hot because at least you will be able to run games well on this machine (once you install an O/S that is).


I strongly suggest building a PC yourself. I was also tempted to buy from freshtech (and posted a similar deal which received a lot of heat), but here's a few reasons why I decided against it: 1) Poor motherboard, very limited in terms of upgrading CPU 2) 970 will probably be a cheap Palit/Zotac reference blower which run hotter and noisier than Gigabyte, MSI, EVGA, etc. 2) PSU is not the best 3) No aftermarket cooler - I guess not really required for an i5-4460, but it will still help keep the PC running cool and quiet 4) The case in this deal is not great If you have the know-how to build your own PC, willing to learn it, or know someone willing to do it, then I strongly suggest you build this PC yourself. I just built one very similar to the specs in this deal, although it has none of the problems mentioned above. I used Bespoke to get lower prices... Came to £583.11 in total. If my cashback comes through, it will be around £500.


​ probably this sort of thing the best you'll get under £500


Cold from me. Same deal as yesterday but with 8gb less ram and without 10% off.


looking for a cheap gaming laptop for my son can anyone recommend please :)

AMD FX-6300, 8GB RAM, GTX 750TI GPU, 1TB HDD - Basic home PC  £352.00 @ Freshtechsolutions
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AMD FX-6300, 8GB RAM, GTX 750TI GPU, 1TB HDD - Basic home PC £352.00 @ Freshtechsolutions£352
I have been looking for a new home PC for a while now and came across this deal. I would be interested to know whether the HUKD consider this a good deal. I need a PC for everyday… Read more

Graphics wise how would this compare to GTA5 on the PS4 or Xbone, comparable, better? I'm thinking of making the switch to PC and Steam and building a rig with an i5 4460 but I'm clueless on graphics cards these days and how long before an upgrade is due. My budget is between £400 and £500 top end including O/S. I do like nice graphics as a console gamer but want the Steam prices!!! I've thought about building this but would appreciate any advice. I already have an SSD and some spare storage and would also use this PC for Gamemaker, Unity, Gamesalad and emulation.


Not sure what support this supplier offers but I called them at 2pm today (Wednesday) to discuss placing an order and it went to a voice recording to say the office is now closed and will open tomorrow at 9am.


I check motherboard spec (no sata 3) only 6 x SATA 3Gb/s connectors. Is not good for ssd hdd.


I have a 4460 in my gaming rig which I put together last year. It's great and I can play almost any game at ultra @1080p 60fps. (card is GTX 970) That amd card is just eww.


That CPU has lasted well, I've got mine at 4.5GHz in a 2nd hand Biostar board not even designed for overclocking! Here's a couple of good comparisons: with a much more modern Intel CPU and an older one:

Basic Gaming desktop - £486 @ FreshTechSolutions
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Basic Gaming desktop - £486 @ FreshTechSolutions£486
Seems a good basic gaming spec here. No OS but everything else is brilliant for the cost. Was £560 a few months ago. Unless anyone else know different but decent system
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​They're not low end. They're mid range at worst.


It really depends on the game and FPS. You would need to overclock that CPU to reduce any bottlenecks if you overclock the GPU. Then you have a furnace.


I made mine for less then £600 FX 8320e Sapphire R9 290 Vapour-X 4gb Anything around £600 will run just about Anything on High or Max at 1080p Easily Just depends on what you want ur PC for I built mine with Digital art and 3d Modeling plus the Gaming, and i can Overclock to mad speeds if i want to


Oh I forgot to mention, I already had a blu-ray drive and SSD from my previous they came for 'free' :)


Add an SSD for the OS drive and then you have a good build :)

Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC  £573 @ Freshtech Solutions
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Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC £573 @ Freshtech Solutions£573
Intel Core I5 4460 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 970 4gb Core Computer Gaming PC Note: No operating system Price without VAT - alifff

Will this be able to play games like Fallout 4, COD on high? also could I stream and edit videos on this?


This has dropped down in price even more... £562...


Would this setup handle gta v on 1080p comfortably? Or would parts need upgrading?


You'd have to pay £2,000+ and it probably wouldn't rival the GPU power in this deal.


i might have been interested if this was a gaming laptop as i need to be portable

Intel Core I5 4460 240gb SSD 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb Galaxy R Gaming Computer £519 @ freshtechsolutions
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Intel Core I5 4460 240gb SSD 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb Galaxy R Gaming Computer £519 @ freshtechsolutions£519
I received some really good advice on what sort of gaming PC I should get for my son (11th birthday in a couple of weeks) in response to another post here a few weeks ago, which po… Read more

It would probably be best to give the company a call and just ask for the same machine without a SSD, or maybe get it with a HDD and then add your own SSD?


Looking at getting this, anyone know how to configure the desktop as don't really need an SSD from them?


Thanks. Might take a punt on this as a starter


Our experience with the PC route for my son (vice continuously chasing after games consoles) has been entirely positive. He has shown no interest in PS3 or Xbox games since getting his gaming PC. Best wishes, Alan


Soooooo tempted to get this and sell of all of my PS3 and Xbox 360 games that can be bought again on steam...

Intel Core I7 4790 2tb 16gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb Z3 Plus Computer Gaming PC - 639.00£ - Free Delivery @ freshtechsolutions
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Intel Core I7 4790 2tb 16gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb Z3 Plus Computer Gaming PC - 639.00£ - Free Delivery @ freshtechsolutions£639
Product Description: The Zalman Z3+ case has a black matte finish and on top of the case it has a piano black finish. The Zalman Z3+ has 4 x 120mm fan (1 x Blue, 3 x white bladed),… Read more

No problemo :)


Sorry, I meant only the OS. thebestrs has answered my question.


Reddit have licences from $15


Whats your budget lundapapa?


Can anyone suggest a good deal on a full win7/win8/win10?:) Someone posted a website on one of these threads. Can't find it.:(

Intel Core i5 4460, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, GTX 960 2GB - Gaming PC £499 @ freshtechsolutions
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Intel Core i5 4460, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, GTX 960 2GB - Gaming PC £499 @ freshtechsolutions£499
Seems like very decent specs for the price. GTX 960, i5 4460, 8GB 1600Mhz RAM, 1TB 7200rpm HDD, Corsair 600W PSU and Spec-01 case. Throw in a 128GB SSD for boot, and this puppy wi… Read more

Sorry to burst ya bubbles but FreshTech has terrible customer services from what ive heard and ignore you if you try to claim your warrenty. I found this from a quick google search however, if someone can prove me wrong please do, i would like this PC my self i just dont trust the warrenty..


herp derp the answer is still yes except for AMD cards




Best way to find out what is best for you is just go to on pc part picker and look at the amount of reviews/star rating and then checking out youtube benchmarks of various setups to see if they run as good as you'd want the games to run. Building your own pc is alot better, but it may be better to get a pre built if you are totally clueless, especially one that offers good value for money such as this one. What I'd suggest is just to watch a few videos of people building a computer. The computer case is made so that all the parts only fit in one place, so you can not put them in the "wrong" place. Other then that you just have to connect the 4-pin power cables to all the hardware, and then connect all the hardware to the motherboard using a SATA cables. Then the only wires you need to plugin are the sound/power/on off cables/sound/usb/boot. There is a tiny little section on the motherboard where they all go, the wires and the part of the motherboard are labelled so that you know where to put what. Might be helpful getting to know what goes where. You don't even need to know most of what is what on motherboards, jsut where the hardware you will be using to connect. So for example CPU (goes on the motherboard), Memory (RAM) (Goes on the motherboard), CPU Cooler (goes ontop of the CPU), Hard drive (connected to the motherboard), video card (Goes on the motherboard), Power Supply (Connected to motherboard), DVD writer (Connected to motherboard). Other then that, you don't really need to know any thing else about the motherboard.


Treat me as I know nothing because I literally do hah! I don't think I'd honestly be capable of putting it all together that's my issue. That's why I was looking at pre Builts but now more people are saying to build yourself. I am just not to sure on what's good and what's not

Intel Z97M I7 4790K 120gb SSD 8gb 2400Mhz GTX 960 2gb Core Gaming PC£637 @ Fresh Tech
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Intel Z97M I7 4790K 120gb SSD 8gb 2400Mhz GTX 960 2gb Core Gaming PC£637 @ Fresh Tech£637
Looking for an i7 4790k setup that could last me several years and has scope for OC. Looks like a decent build with good motherboard

seems like a good price for the components, heated.


If your main use for this PC is gaming its not well balanced, any latest gen i5 paired with a 970 would out perform this in games by a long way. Also the PSU is low quality with a bad reputation.


Thanks will probably give them a try - just wondering if its worth going through their amazon or ebay outlet for a bit of extra protection..?


I bought an i7 with an GTX970 was delivered on time only issue i have had was getting the code for the free game with the video card i eventually got it after a few phone calls.


​Excellent service bought from them last week. No complaints

Intel i5 4690K GTX 980 4GB GPU 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Gaming PC (No OS) £770 @ FreshTechSolutions
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Intel i5 4690K GTX 980 4GB GPU 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Gaming PC (No OS) £770 @ FreshTechSolutions£770
Looks like a good buy if you want a K series processor and a full 4GB Vram. Comes with free Batman Arkham Knight download. Product Specification: CASE BUILT IN Fractal Design Core… Read more
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This is really good value. You really couldn't build it for less. Good find.