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Intel Core I5 4460 240gb ssd 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb   Gaming PC £506 @ freshtechsolutions
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Posted 5th Jul 2015Posted 5th Jul 2015
Intel Core I5 4460 240gb ssd 8gb 1600Mhz GTX 960 2gb Gaming PC £506 @ freshtechsolutions
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Excellent gaming pc for just over £500 Will play all latest games on high fps. I5 4460 3.2 GHZ 8 GB ram Gtx 960 2 gb ddr5 240 gb ssd Cx 600 80 + cooling fan. savings of £253 … Read more
JTW8W

​Wrong.

ollie87

TDP doesn't matter in a desktop machine.R9 380 is faster for the same, sometimes less, cash. Which makes the 960 poor value for gaming.

bokertov

Very poor?? runs all latest games on 60fps on 1080p plus very low tdp!

ollie87

GTX 960 is VERY poor for gaming. AMD is cheaper and faster. http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/Lt23Jx

bokertov

Can someone tell me if it's a good build for money and performance http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/MGCTgs Thanks a million

Freshtech Intel Z97X I7 4790K  PC £751
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Posted 29th Jun 2015Posted 29th Jun 2015
Freshtech Intel Z97X I7 4790K PC £751
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Intel i7 4790k - 960 GTX 2GB - 16 GB 2400 MHz - 2TB - Gaming 5 motherboard That PC for that price is legendary!
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Alvie

Yes, it can be built for cheaper, but not by much, and some people don't know how to build their own PCs. The only part I changed was the PSU, 600W is overkill and the XFX PSU is better. PCPartPicker part list / Price breakdown by merchant CPU: Intel Core i7-4790K 4.0GHz Quad-Core Processor (£256.95 @ Amazon UK) Motherboard: Gigabyte GA-Z97X-Gaming 5 ATX LGA1150 Motherboard (£99.22 @ Dabs) Memory: Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3-2400 Memory (£85.05 @ Ebuyer) Storage: Seagate Barracuda 2TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£50.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Gigabyte GeForce GTX 960 2GB Video Card (£148.00 @ Aria PC) Power Supply: XFX ProSeries 450W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (£36.40 @ More Computers) Optical Drive: Samsung SH-224DB/BEBE DVD/CD Writer (£10.06 @ CCL Computers) Other: Zalman R1 (£37.32) Total: £723.99 +£9.54 Aria Shipping = £733.53

BluesFanUK

I genuinely don't get why people oc the 4790k. I get its a k cpu, but it's fast enough as it is and overclocking it just makes it run hot, swallows more power, reduces the life span and let's be brutally honest, there's very little performance difference. For an enthusiast a 5820k would be more suitable, and even then it doesn't need silly overclocks as that's fast enough. Each to their own i guess.

Spence1115

I was going with the exact parts, so the more expensive PSU etc. EDIT: Ah, I got the PSU wrong. So yeah, you could build for less.

lEoNaDec

You can play anything with any graphics card. Does it matter? Put your 5450 into a £700 rig and play games at 600x800 low setting 30fps. That surely sounds like the most exciting thing to do.

YouTalkinToMe

I can play Battlefield 3 on my Sapphire HD 5450...

Intel Core i5 4460 GTX 970 8GB DDR3 Gaming PC only £574.00 @ freshtechsolutions
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Posted 10th May 2015Posted 10th May 2015
Intel Core i5 4460 GTX 970 8GB DDR3 Gaming PC only £574.00 @ freshtechsolutions
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Amazing PC for this price. I remember when this was posted at £595 but just dropped :D No operating system included - Codify
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scottydoo88

It's just a lot to learn with PC compared to console gaming. Would be using one monitor for the game and 2 other monitors for stream related programs. I was hoping to get the right PC for around the £500 mark.

thegamingkinginfo

This *should* be fine for that but depending on how many monitors you have, resolution and the game you play could cause it to lag a bit. The graphics card is fine, great for streaming and gaming. The i5 4460 might be alright but its better to do some research before buying. 8GB of ram should be fine too but depends on what you use and play.

scottydoo88

Anyone know if this PC would be good enough for gaming and streaming on Twitch at the same time?

Crazygooner1

Thanks buddy. Any other games played? I am so tempted.

gigan1994

I would say it is good for money and the fans are reasonably quiet. Added an extra 8gb of Ram and 3TB HDD and two new fans so the case is good in terms of upgradeability. I've been playing GTA V on ultra @ 1080p with Anti Aliasing down to 4x

Intel I5 4460 GTX 970 4GB GPU 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Gaming PC (No OS) £595.00 @ FreshTechSolutions
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Posted 25th Apr 2015Posted 25th Apr 2015
Intel I5 4460 GTX 970 4GB GPU 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Gaming PC (No OS) £595.00 @ FreshTechSolutions
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I think this is quite nice considering it has an i5 processor and GTX 970. You can find Windows on eBay for relatively cheap or using your own method... Personally, great deal for… Read more
JTW8W

The price on this system send to have jumped to £822.00 inc Vat. when I clock the link

Serio

Is the fan on the front of yours blowing hot air out of the case or is it sucking cold air into the case?

j4j

So you were delivered faulty item but you have to pay to return the faulty item. Surely that's not allowed under UK law?

quertbarbie62

I did, they want me spend money to send the item back, then when they got the item, its only then when they'll send me a replacement. If I did that, I wasted money for expediting delivery,I waste money sending the item back then I will wait another week to get a replacement. They could have send the delivery guys to send me a replacement and have them pick the faulty one up on the same day. but they have to make it inconvenient so that if you try to return or refund the item you still lost money. which isnt good

jeffmorris

Hmm, I might look into getting a 92mm exhaust fan as they are cheap and would make sure that hot air is pushed out

Intel Core i5 CPU, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, GTX 960 GPU - Gaming PC £556 Freshtech Solutions
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Posted 8th Apr 2015Posted 8th Apr 2015
Intel Core i5 CPU, 1TB HDD, 8GB RAM, GTX 960 GPU - Gaming PC £556 Freshtech Solutions
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Nice mid-range gaming pc to run nearly all latest games at high-ultra settings 1080p 60fps. Comes with The Witcher 3 for FREE. However does not include an OS. Cheapest place to get… Read more
AliveGhost13

Shame it's a crap PSU.

lugsy3

No wireless card but it will have standard ethernet port for wired connection.

russdj1978

can you get on the Internet with this as it is or do you need to add a network card yourself?

hitman007

Passmark Direct Compute GeForce GTX 960 2,848 GeForce GTX 750 Ti 1,676 Better passmark score 6,002 vs 3,688 Around 65% better passmark score Higher clock speed 1,127 MHz vs 1,020 MHz More than 10% higher clock speed Higher effective memory clock speed 7,012 MHz vs 5,400 MHz Around 30% higher effective memory clock speed Higher pixel rate 36.1 GPixel/s vs 16.32 GPixel/s Around 2.2x higher pixel rate Slightly better floating-point performance 2,308 GFLOPS vs 1,728 GFLOPS Around 35% better floating-point performance More render output processors 32 vs 16 Twice as many render output processors Higher turbo clock speed 1,178 MHz vs 1,085 MHz Around 10% higher turbo clock speed Better passmark direct compute score 2,848 vs 1,676 Around 70% better passmark direct compute score Higher memory clock speed 1,753 MHz vs 1,502 MHz More than 15% higher memory clock speed More shading units 1,024 vs 640 384 more shading units More texture mapping units 64 vs 40 24 more texture mapping units

BerryAl

Totally different machine. 750 ti is much weaker than the 960

Bare bones desktop computer pc - £580 @ Freshtecsolutions
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Posted 19th Jul 2014Posted 19th Jul 2014
Bare bones desktop computer pc - £580 @ Freshtecsolutions
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I`ve been looking to build myself a new desktop pc something that would be a good base to build on for gaming in the future, I've run this system through pc parts picker and it com… Read more
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M0nk3h

But why on earth would you think of having an SSD the other way round, please enlighten us as your opinion doesn't involve logic at the slightest. In addition, only ONE Call of Duty game recommends 8GB, even so, you could play it on 6GB or even 4GB. The whole of the series, bar Ghosts, recommends anywhere from 512mb RAM to 4GB depending on the game at hand. I'm sorry but I really don't think you know what you're talking about frankly.

kscoombs

Just got to agree with the majority here as they beat me to what i was going to say. Not a good deal in many ways but Rachael is talking complete nonsense. She's clearly clueless about PC gaming.

lEoNaDec

Cold because of v300 lol :p

Chidmas

arrrrrrrggggghhhh Hahahaha you are clueless you've been talking nonsense for the majority of your posts. COD isn't even the most graphically intensive game and it runs completely fine the recommended 8gb is at ultra settings. Sounds like you have issues with other parts of your system or rubbish ram.

eltigro

Doesn't make you right though. You said 8GB wasn't enough now it is. You said the CPU is slow, you do realise this 4690K is one of Intel's tip consumer desktop CPU's and your 'better' 4 year old i7 (most likely 1st gen) would not touch this. But hey don't let facts get in a way of a silly story.

I5 4670k gaming pc £453 @ Freshtechsolutions
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I5 4670k gaming pc £453 @ Freshtechsolutions
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Don't be to harsh on me this is my first post, I know any pc with GAMING in the tittle normally goes cold straight away and I am planning on a self build but while trying to get a … Read more
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SKY101

I mean am not being funny, look at the state of the case. One ugly case. Bet it's cheap and nasty plastic. Sorry COLD for me.

reubenno

Thanks for killing the PC gaming industry. ****.

TH3R4POR

so?

GoatzRus

Then it isn't a gaming PC as stated.

Chidmas

Barebones system would be more appropriate as it is very good for the price buy a second hand 280x and stick and OS and that machine would be very good build for £600. Don't put gaming.

Prebuilt Gaming PC (i7 4770k, GTX 770, 8GB Ram 1866mhz, 120gb SSD and Free Watch Dogs) -  £774.00 inc VAT @ FreshTechSolutions
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Prebuilt Gaming PC (i7 4770k, GTX 770, 8GB Ram 1866mhz, 120gb SSD and Free Watch Dogs) - £774.00 inc VAT @ FreshTechSolutions
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I'm not sure how to upload a picture but I worked out the individual components to cost £759.03 (without free Watch Dogs) You get the choice of green, red or blue LEDs 1 Year Coll… Read more
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kgrings

Hm, don't think much of their power supplies. Corsair VS-series is based on an even cheaper CWT platform than their CX series. With PSU's like that I think you really do have to go overboard and spec 600W for a system which draws 300W. There was a nice rant against these Corsair VS supplies over at Hexus: http://forums.hexus.net/pc-hardware-components/272357-corsair-vs-series-psus.html At least PC Specialists allow an upgrade to Corsair RM although a) they want almost as much for the upgrade as the supply costs on its own, and b) RM is still only made by CWT but at least uses better components.

shakilwashere

Go to www.pcspecialist.co.uk you can buy on finance there, they're very reliable as well

kgrings

Outside of Furmark benchmarking (where AMD don't throttle as much as Nvidia and IMO they should - although I guess Furmark or scrypt mining is a good stress test of AMD's card's power delivery circuitry), a Radeon 7950 won't pull more than 150W by themselves: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/R9_290X_Lightning/22.html Add maybe another 30W for a 7950 Boost/GHZ edition. So, yes 300W is a bit low but it does depend on the load: TPU's Peak values are based on Crysis 2 and many games won't use that much. A more realistic value is about 450-500W at the wall. I had a chance to measure a 7950 Crossfire system and it was drawing 450W from the wall in Furmark and Scrypt mining but a lot less while gaming. This was a while ago, but AFAIK I couldn't get any game to exceed 380W from the wall. Now consider the PSU (XFX Seasonic made not this cheap Corsair PSU used in this system) was ~80% efficient that's just over 300W draw (380W @ 80% = 304W). A quality 550W-600W is plenty especially if I had no intention of ever going dual-GPU. That is if I was building, I would rather buy a quality 550W supply rather this so-so CWT-made Corsair.

GunnerGraham

..Prebuilt,please me old mucker. And it would be wonderful if it could be bought on finance,although I could front all the money if necessary. Thanks for that very pertinent question.

shakilwashere

A prebuilt one or self build?

FX Six Core 4.1Ghz 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz AMD R9 270X 2gb Vantage Computer Windows 8 £525 @ Freshtechsolutions
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FX Six Core 4.1Ghz 1tb 8gb 1600Mhz AMD R9 270X 2gb Vantage Computer Windows 8 £525 @ Freshtechsolutions
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Case Built In Vantage Blue Gaming Case with LED Fans Motherboard Gigabyte 78LMT-USB3 Rev 5.0 Black Edition CPU Type AMD FX Six Core CPU Model AMD FX 6300 3.5ghz Six Core 14mb C… Read more
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BigDonVespa

Exactly, less money than a self-build and all the hard work is done for you. Definitely hot!

jocksteeluk

I am sure I've seen the octo core version on their ebay shop cheaper

adamwilko007

This is why I have no idea why it's cold Everyone on here bangs on about build it yourself it's cheaper and here we have a example where it is not

Astec123

At least it's better than the likes of the ones where they advertise quad cores as 8ghz when it's 4 cores @ 2ghz. I saw one a week ago suggesting their build was 9ghz on a 3 core machine.

Fabster

for what it is it seems a good deal. If its a configuration you want it seems to be cheaper than a self build. http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/p/3jUJI

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