FX6300, 8GB 1600mhz, 1TB SSHD (8GB SSD), nVidia GTX 750ti, Corsair 430w Semi-Modlar PSU, Thermatake cool case £396.00 @ Ebuyer
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FX6300, 8GB 1600mhz, 1TB SSHD (8GB SSD), nVidia GTX 750ti, Corsair 430w Semi-Modlar PSU, Thermatake cool case £396.00 @ Ebuyer

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Found 24th Jul 2015
I can't use PCPArtpicker because I'm not allowed to post it due to a lot of the retailers on there being banned by Hotukdeals. The best I can do right now is post an ebuyer build and list the components and reference numbers for you guys,

This is an AMD decent entry level gaming build with SSHD drive (8GB SSD) and nice case, 6 core CPU, 8GB ram, Nvidia GTX 750ti (with free game code) and DVD writer. i60.tinypic.com/o56…jpg

Seagate Desktop SSHD 1000GB 64MB Cache SATA 6 Gb/s 8GB SSD 544877 57 in stock £57.99 £57.99

8GB 1600MHz DDR3 CL10 DIMM HyperX Fury Black Series
633833 11 in stock £32.06 £32.06

LiteOn IHAS122 22X DVD Writer with SATA - OEM
154832 29 in stock £11.40 £11.40


MSI GTX 750 Ti 2GB GDDR5 VGA Dual Link DVI-I HDMI PCI-E Graphics Card
658544 46 in stock £99.99 £99.99


AMD FX-6300 3.5GHz Socket AM3+ 14MB Cache Retail Boxed Processor 409191 50 in stock £81.62 £81.62
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(free accessory) AMD Dirt Rally coupon 714192 166 in stock £0.00 £0.00

Asus M5A78L-M LX3 Socket AM3+ VGA 8 Channel Audio mATX Motherboard
365997 10 in stock £38.99 £38.99


Thermaltake Versa H13 M-atx Gaming Case With Side Window Usb3 Black Interior
711132 8 in stock £30.64 £30.64
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Corsair CXM 430W Semi Modular 80+ Bronze Power Supply
429886 242 in stock £43.90 £43.90

Save as List Cart total inc vat: £396.59

10 Comments

Sshd are massive disappointment, get a normal drive or a ssd.

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jonconlon

Sshd are massive disappointment, get a normal drive or a ssd.



Side by side, my SSHD is closer to SSD speed than to HDD speed.

Banned

PCPartPicker is allowed as ONLY AriaPC is banned from HUKD. And even that was several years ago: Aria Banned

Wouldn't touch Seagate drives based on their failure rates.

295X2

PCPartPicker is allowed as ONLY AriaPC is banned from HUKD. And even that … PCPartPicker is allowed as ONLY AriaPC is banned from HUKD. And even that was several years ago: Aria Banned


And this makes me so confuse, cos aria charge £8+ for a delivery, so on pcpartpicker it looks cheap but at the and it is not.

You can save a fair bit of money with two measures here - first of all, you can remove the DVD drive if, like many of us, you are fully digital.

Secondly, you are taking a hit in quality, but for £40 you can get a reasonable mATX case, 400W PSU (with eight-pin GPU PCIe power), keyboard and mouse: amazon.co.uk/Gig…n-1

400W is more than enough for this build, and I've built many budget gaming PCs very simiar to your config with this - none have failed yet.

These changes take your £396 build down to £350, the same price as a 1TB PS4 Plus you get a keyboard and mouse.

EDIT: Actually, this version of the all-in-one has a 450W PSU for the same price - amazon.co.uk/Gig…F0C
Edited by: "Easy2BCheesy" 25th Jul 2015

Retro89

Wouldn't touch Seagate drives based on their failure rates.


They sold $14 billion worth of drives last year - seems not everyone shares your view....

grandwazoo

They sold $14 billion worth of drives last year - seems not everyone … They sold $14 billion worth of drives last year - seems not everyone shares your view....


Go look at the failure rates.

Retro89

Go look at the failure rates.



​Maybe do some proper reading. The data isn't fair and isn't standardised also it's specific models that have the issues. Third these are consumer drives used in enterprise environment which is plain ridiculous
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