gaming pc gtx 1070 overclock RYZEN 7 16gb ram samsung ssd250gb 1tb hhd windows 10 £1299.99 @ Scan
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gaming pc gtx 1070 overclock RYZEN 7 16gb ram samsung ssd250gb 1tb hhd windows 10 £1299.99 @ Scan

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Found 30th Jul
over £1700 to buy separately on amazon at the moment and you get 3 year warranty plus 1 yr internet security. a lot less hassle than building it yourself. playing skyrim with 2k nexus mod looks amazing 120fps 90fps witcher 3 ultra

The link is wromg! It should be
scan.co.uk/pro…-10
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cheaper on ebay:

ebay.co.uk/itm…062?var=&hash=item2cc274711e:m:mR9LhQDgaQF2Uabli3_dSww

Original Poster

its not

keloid

cheaper on … cheaper on ebay:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/G6-Custom-GAMING-PC-AMD-Ryzen-5-1600-3-6GHz-Nvidia-GTX-1070-Computer-/192240972062?var=&hash=item2cc274711e:m:mR9LhQDgaQF2Uabli3_dSww

its the ryzen 7 1700x NOT RYZEN 5

I'd feel a bit hard done by dropping 1300 and getting 1070 tbh

Original Poster

dezontk

I'd feel a bit hard done by dropping 1300 and getting 1070 tbh

I'm made up with it. you show me one with better spec and 3yr warranty for £1300 then.

callofdute1

its not its the ryzen 7 1700x NOT RYZEN 5



are you sure? the link on Scan says: "AMD Ryzen 5 1600"

I see AMD Ryzen 5 1600 not ryzen 7.

Original Poster

expecting deal to go freezing in here. even though all the items separately on amazon total to about £1750. just cant please most people on here

I've put the parts into PC Part Picker and it comes in at around £1150 if you shop around.


This isn't a bad price for a pre-built, it's a very good system.
Edited by: "CFC2011" 30th Jul

callofdute1

its definitely ryzen 7 1700 eight core its a error on their site . I go … its definitely ryzen 7 1700 eight core its a error on their site . I go on about on my system its ryzen 7 phone them on Monday if you want. after you pay for order. you go on order picking and ryzen 7 is clearly listed . I checked my system when it arrived it was ryzen 7


I see it, you gave the link to a ryzen 5 system, here the real link:
scan.co.uk/pro…-10

callofdute1

its definitely ryzen 7 1700 eight core its a error on their site . I go … its definitely ryzen 7 1700 eight core its a error on their site . I go on about on my system its ryzen 7 phone them on Monday if you want. after you pay for order. you go on order picking and ryzen 7 is clearly listed . I checked my system when it arrived it was ryzen 7



You gave the wrong link - scan.co.uk/pro…-10 is the correct one

Original Poster

Suztera

I see it, you gave the link to a ryzen 5 system, here the real … I see it, you gave the link to a ryzen 5 system, here the real link:https://www.scan.co.uk/products/3xs-gamer-amd-ryzen-7-1700-16gb-ddr4-8gb-asus-gtx-1070-oc-250gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-win-10


Thanks I thought I was losing my mind deal now fixed

callofdute1

Thanks I thought I was losing my mind deal now fixed



No it isn't.

Original Poster

nublets2k

No it isn't.

ive tried to fix it twice hotdeals wont fix it

Original Poster

ive given up scan.co.uk/pro…-10 ive put the right link in 3 times. still going to ryzen 5

dezontk2 h, 49 m ago

I'd feel a bit hard done by dropping 1300 and getting 1070 tbh

Yeah, pretty sure you can get a 1080

Detailed Specifications

Component \x09 Description

Chassis\x09\x09 NZXT S340 Mid Tower
Motherboard\x09\x09 ASUS Prime B350-PLUS
Processor\x09\x09 AMD Ryzen 7 1700 3.0GHz 8-Core with SMT
Memory\x09\x09 16GB Corsair Vengeance 2400MHz DDR4
Graphics Card\x09\x09 8GB ASUS GeForce GTX 1070 OC GAMING
Power Supply \x09 Corsair 500W CX - 80PLUS
System Drive \x09 250GB Samsung 850 EVO SSD
Storage Drive \x09 1TB Seagate Barracuda HDD
Networking \x09 Realtek LAN and ASUS Wi-Fi
Operating System\x09 Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64bit
Recovery Media\x09 USB drive with system image and diagnostic software

Warranty \x093 Year Premium Warranty - 1st Year Onsite, 2nd & 3rd Year Return to Base (inc Parts & Labour)

Not to forget that gpu prices are inflated right now due to the crypto currency boom.

Wait a few months first and look again if your after a new system /gpu.

Why not give a full spec:

CPU Type AMD Ryzen™ 7
CPU Model 1700
CPU Speed 3.0 GHz
CPU Boost/Turbo Speed 3.7 GHz
CPU Cores 8 Core
CPU Threads 16
CPU Cooler Air Cooler (Heatsink + Fan/s)
Motherboard Chipset AMD B350 (Asus Prime B350 PLUS)
Motherboard Form Factor ATX
RAM Memory
Corsair Vengeance 2400MHz DDR4,
Memory 16GB (2x8GB)
Memory Speed DDR4 - 2400
Storage Drives
SSD Boot Drive Installed Yes
SSD Boot Drive Type 2.5" SATA
SSD Boot Drive Capacity 250 GB
HDD Installed Yes
HDD Capacity 1000 GB
Graphics NVIDIA Pascal Corsair Vengeance
Graphics Chipset GeForce GTX 1070
SLi/CrossFire Multi GPU System No
GeForce GTX VR Ready Yes
GPU Cores/Streams 1920
GPU Core Clock 1569 MHz
GPU Boost Clock 1759 MHz
GPU Memory 8GB
GPU Memory Type GDDR5
GPU Memory Clock 8000 MHz
GPU Memory Bit Rate 256 Bit
Graphics Card Connectors
3 x DisplayPort 1.4
1 x DVI-D DL
1 x HDMI 2.0b
I/O
Back Panel
Front / Side Panel
Optical Drive N/A
Keyboard & Mouse No
Webcam No
Wireless LAN No
Operating System Windows 10 Home (64 bit)
PSU Wattage 500 W (Corsair 500W CX - 80PLUS)
Dimensions (Tower) 200 x 445 x 432 (WxHxD)
Warranty one year onsite, 2nd and 3rd RTB

But elsewhere it says Realtek LAN and ASUS Wi-Fi!
No DVD drive apparently?
Recovery Media USB drive with system image and diagnostic software = they give you a flash drive with that on?
It seems ridiculous but no-where is the number and location of the USB ports listed! But I can see from the pics that there are 4 USB4 on the back and 2 USB! But how many are on the front? And where?

Mod & Ed

callofdute15 h, 28 m ago

ive given up …ive given up https://www.scan.co.uk/products/3xs-gamer-amd-ryzen-7-1700-16gb-ddr4-8gb-asus-gtx-1070-oc-250gb-ssd-1tb-hdd-win-10 ive put the right link in 3 times. still going to ryzen 5


I've fixed the link, thanks for sharing

The £1700 from Amazon claim is nonsense. Even if you're dim enough to order every single component from Amazon and not use Scan/eBuyer/Aria to find the cheapest for each, this still comes out at £1254.94. That's using the exact parts listed in your link (the actual Ryzen 1700 one), including the OS.

Ryzen 7 in a 1070 gaming rig... hmmm...

callofdute110 h, 43 m ago

expecting deal to go freezing in here. even though all the items …expecting deal to go freezing in here. even though all the items separately on amazon total to about £1750. just cant please most people on here

Don't worry this site is cold deals UK most people don't bother checking the specs or like giving negative feedback, i gave you some heat got my system from scan on the black Friday last year they provide a excellent customer service and if i remember 3 years warranty for that peace of mind.

Its okay for a prebuild.. but honestly, just buy the components and build a PC yourself. Its not hard. Even for a person who no experience with building computers - with all the tutorials you can get online.

The RAM in this PC is slow. It has low capacity storage (both HDD/SSD) and a crap PSU to top it all off.

You would be doing yourself a disservice with slow RAM (fast memory is very important for Ryzen) and rubbish PSU - which could lead to critical failure earlier rather than later. Do your research and buy quality components and it will last you many more years than a prebuild with crap components. A Ryzen 5 1600 would also be a better bet if you have to go AMD for gaming. And with that money saved, you could use it on the GPU like the GTX1080. I made a system on PCPartpicker for £20 more and would run circles around this. GTX1080, faster RAM, double the capacity SSD/HDD and quality power supply.
Edited by: "Hinch87" 30th Jul

callofdute1

I'm made up with it. you show me one with better spec and 3yr warranty … I'm made up with it. you show me one with better spec and 3yr warranty for £1300 then.


I don't need to, the cold votes have spoken. Also please don't mention warranty, the age-old way of companies making more money, but mentioning it as some kind of added bonus is a joke.

idbirch

The £1700 from Amazon claim is nonsense. Even if you're dim enough to … The £1700 from Amazon claim is nonsense. Even if you're dim enough to order every single component from Amazon and not use Scan/eBuyer/Aria to find the cheapest for each, this still comes out at £1254.94. That's using the exact parts listed in your link (the actual Ryzen 1700 one), including the OS.



Exactly, even adding in retail win10, its under £1300. yet for some reason OP posted this deal twice(when cold both time)and even making false claim of £400 saving.

I mean this is not a bad price if you dont want to build yourself because it works out about the same(building yourself still slightly cheaper tho). but its you are spending so much money of top range parts, you should atlease at faster RAM and not the bottom barrel 2400mhz or the low quality corsair 500watt cx which will really limit you future upgrade option and performance(slow ram)
Edited by: "sion22" 30th Jul

Original Poster

it does come with usbflash drive 2 usb port in front top of case 4 in back I think

Original Poster

sion22

Exactly, even adding in retail win10, its under £1300. yet for some … Exactly, even adding in retail win10, its under £1300. yet for some reason OP posted this deal twice(when cold both time)and even making false claim of £400 saving.I mean this is not a bad price if you dont want to build yourself because it works out about the same(building yourself still slightly cheaper tho). but its you are spending so much money of top range parts, you should atlease at faster RAM and not the bottom barrel 2400mhz or the low quality corsair 500watt cx which will really limit you future upgrade option and performance(slow ram)


so could i buy faster ram? could i change the power supply?

Original Poster

i thought it was a good deal obviously not. to be fair though it was the 1st ever gaming pc i bought. i knew i needed at least a 1070 and 16gb ram. looks like i made a mistake not happy

callofdute1

i thought it was a good deal obviously not. to be fair though it was the … i thought it was a good deal obviously not. to be fair though it was the 1st ever gaming pc i bought. i knew i needed at least a 1070 and 16gb ram. looks like i made a mistake not happy



It's a good deal if you have no intention of building a PC yourself either due to fear/lack of knowledge/experience or you just can't be doing with the hassle.

Sure you can build it yourself, but for a first time build it's always daunting and not for everybody especially if something goes wrong during the build or you're unlucky enough to get a DOA part.

The PSU and RAM can always be changed and upgraded quite easily as well and would be ideal for giving you your first steps towards a self build, but you don't need to rush out and do it straight away (would probably void your warranty)

Original Poster

Discotech

It's a good deal if you have no intention of building a PC yourself … It's a good deal if you have no intention of building a PC yourself either due to fear/lack of knowledge/experience or you just can't be doing with the hassle.Sure you can build it yourself, but for a first time build it's always daunting and not for everybody especially if something goes wrong during the build or you're unlucky enough to get a DOA part.The PSU and RAM can always be changed and upgraded quite easily as well and would be ideal for giving you your first steps towards a self build, but you don't need to rush out and do it straight away (would probably void your warranty)


no intention of building a PC yourself either due to fear/lack of knowledge/experience was exactly where I was at. ok I will leave as it is till after warranty thanks was thinking I bought a rubbish pc for last 45 mins. . I'm a big evertonian by the way former gladwys st season ticket holder COYB

callofdute1

no intention of building a PC yourself either due to fear/lack of … no intention of building a PC yourself either due to fear/lack of knowledge/experience was exactly where I was at. ok I will leave as it is till after warranty thanks was thinking I bought a rubbish pc for last 45 mins. . I'm a big evertonian by the way former gladwys st season ticket holder COYB



Don't let the naysayers put you off, if you're happy with it and you had no intention to build it yourself then it's a good price for what it is and 3 year hassle free warranty to get it fixed if something goes wrong, which can be a hassle if you self build

Original Poster

Thanks Disco been having time of my life with it.

callofdute1

so could i buy faster ram? could i change the power supply?



you could but you are throwing £150+ of parts away to upgrade with what you should have gotten in the first place.

callofdute130th Jul

I'm made up with it. you show me one with better spec and 3yr warranty for …I'm made up with it. you show me one with better spec and 3yr warranty for £1300 then.



ebay.co.uk/itm…649

I added extended warranty to 3 years for £32, I'm well chuffed!

Original Poster

now gone up to £1399.98
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