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ADMI Ryzen 3700X - RTX 2060 - 16GB RAM - 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD Gaming PC £999.95 @ ADMI on Amazon

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Posted 12th Aug 2019

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A good PC featuring 16gb 3000mhz Ram and a ryzen 7 3700x

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Ryzen 7 3700x

Rtx 2060

16gb 3000mhz Ram

2tb hdd

240gb ssd

600w bronze rated psu
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whos idea was it to pair a 3700x with a 2060 in a gaming pc
As previously said the pairing of the 3700X with the 2060 is ridiculous. Put the extra £100+ it is over a 3600 towards at 2070 instead which would be a significant improvement.
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whos idea was it to pair a 3700x with a 2060 in a gaming pc
This looks good, albeit the PSU could be better for the money.
Hard to say without seeing specifically what components they are usaing, buit initial thoughts are that it seems a little on the expensive side. £1000 for a 2060 regardless of processor seems a little high, I may be wrong though. Not voted either way, happy to be proven wrong
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madmikeyb8312/08/2019 23:49

Hard to say without seeing specifically what components they are usaing, …Hard to say without seeing specifically what components they are usaing, buit initial thoughts are that it seems a little on the expensive side. £1000 for a 2060 regardless of processor seems a little high, I may be wrong though. Not voted either way, happy to be proven wrong


It's the 3700x processor that makes it more expensive - not convinced if it really needs that processor or if a 3600/3600x would suffice (which would make it >=£100 cheaper)
As previously said the pairing of the 3700X with the 2060 is ridiculous. Put the extra £100+ it is over a 3600 towards at 2070 instead which would be a significant improvement.
Doesn’t seem bad for the price heat added
Be aware this an AWD-IT system, who have terrible customer service.
codfather312/08/2019 23:47

whos idea was it to pair a 3700x with a 2060 in a gaming pc


And 3000mhz ram :/
codfather312/08/2019 23:47

whos idea was it to pair a 3700x with a 2060 in a gaming pc


Good combo for someone who wants to get into gaming and streaming.
codfather312/08/2019 23:47

whos idea was it to pair a 3700x with a 2060 in a gaming pc


They ran out of 3600s
stuellis13/08/2019 07:15

Good combo for someone who wants to get into gaming and streaming.


Aye, this.

Also good for those waiting on non-ridiculously priced flagships. Come on, AMD (and Intel?!), bring the competition!
mackashworth13/08/2019 07:40

Aye, this. Also good for those waiting on non-ridiculously priced …Aye, this. Also good for those waiting on non-ridiculously priced flagships. Come on, AMD (and Intel?!), bring the competition!


Unlikely to happen any time soon. AMD have said their strategy is to complete at the higher volume gpu tiers and competing with NVidia flagships is not in their strategy.
Seems ok for a pre-built system but my issues would be:

- Strange CPU/GPU combo.
- No mention of motherboard used.
- No mention of PSU used.
- No NVMe
- 3000 Mhz RAM is fine if it's CL14 but it probably isn't.
Edited by: "Gormond" 13th Aug 2019
An example of what you could build for about the same price:

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…nkd

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor £188.79
MSI B450M MORTAR Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard £88.99
Kingston HyperX Predator 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory £83.99
Sabrent Rocket 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive £109.99
EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8 GB SC ULTRA GAMING Video Card £389.99
Corsair SPEC-DELTA RGB ATX Mid Tower Case £57.95
Corsair TXM Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply £73.49

Base Total: £991.20
Shipping: £1.99
Total: £993.19

If you wanted to save a little more cash you could go for a Vega 56 instead.
Edited by: "Gormond" 13th Aug 2019
No optical drive
No mouse or keyboard
This is beyond stupid.

Bronze PSU in a £1000 PC? The one component that can take your whole system with it if it fails, and they do fail, a LOT! When I was 14 I had a prebuild like this and the 'bronze' PSu failed twice. Total headache, avoid at all costs.

On top of that they've spent an extra £140 on a 3700x, which on this build will give you 2-5% more gaming performance.
If they'd spent that upgrading the 2060-5700XT and gone for the ryzen 3600, you'd have gotten a 25% boost in performance.

These guys don't know what they're doing, buy elsewhere or build yourself. CCL online is a much better option as you can upgrade the PSU and get a decent motherboard, and not buy a superflous cpu.
Edited by: "zeb.mattey" 13th Aug 2019
zeb.mattey13/08/2019 10:41

This is beyond stupid.Bronze PSU in a £1000 PC? The one component that can …This is beyond stupid.Bronze PSU in a £1000 PC? The one component that can take your whole system with it if it fails, and they do fail, a LOT! When I was 14 I had a prebuild like this and the 'bronze' PSu failed twice. Total headache, avoid at all costs.On top of that they've spent an extra £140 on a 3700x, which on this build will give you 2-5% more gaming performance.If they'd spent that upgrading the 2060-5700XT and gone for the ryzen 3600, you'd have gotten a 25% boost in performance.These guys don't know what they're doing, buy elsewhere or build yourself. CCL online is a much better option as you can upgrade the PSU and get a decent motherboard, and not buy a superflous cpu.


I have a bronze XFX PSU that I bought in 2012, for my AMD FX6300 build, then I upgraded it to the i5 6600k OC + GTX 1080 build, now I'm using the same PSU STILL and have upgraded once again to a 9600k OC + RTX 2080, and will be upgrading my processor to the 3900x once prices drop. My PC has been turned on pretty much every single day as I use it for everything not just gaming.

Just saying, if you pick the right bronze PSU, it can last you forever. They're not all crap, you need to find decent brands with good reviews.
zeb.mattey13/08/2019 10:41

This is beyond stupid.Bronze PSU in a £1000 PC? The one component that can …This is beyond stupid.Bronze PSU in a £1000 PC? The one component that can take your whole system with it if it fails, and they do fail, a LOT! When I was 14 I had a prebuild like this and the 'bronze' PSu failed twice. Total headache, avoid at all costs.On top of that they've spent an extra £140 on a 3700x, which on this build will give you 2-5% more gaming performance.If they'd spent that upgrading the 2060-5700XT and gone for the ryzen 3600, you'd have gotten a 25% boost in performance.These guys don't know what they're doing, buy elsewhere or build yourself. CCL online is a much better option as you can upgrade the PSU and get a decent motherboard, and not buy a superflous cpu.


They are just using up parts, they'll order consignment and what left over from higher end and custom builds they knock together into odds and ends systems for cheap.
Gormond13/08/2019 08:59

An example of what you could build for about the same …An example of what you could build for about the same price:https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/HmTnkdAMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6 GHz 6-Core Processor £188.79MSI B450M MORTAR Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard £88.99Kingston HyperX Predator 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4-3200 Memory £83.99Sabrent Rocket 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive £109.99EVGA GeForce RTX 2060 SUPER 8 GB SC ULTRA GAMING Video Card £389.99Corsair SPEC-DELTA RGB ATX Mid Tower Case £57.95Corsair TXM Gold 650 W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-modular ATX Power Supply £73.49Base Total: £991.20Shipping: £1.99Total: £993.19If you wanted to save a little more cash you could go for a Vega 56 instead.


With that budget I wouldn't go with matx.Rtx 2060 would take all pcie expansion slots and if thinking about any upgrade mobo will hold you down.Atx in my personal opinion would be a better choice for extra 30-40.Apart from that very solid build in comparison.
Sie_Masz13/08/2019 16:06

With that budget I wouldn't go with matx.Rtx 2060 would take all pcie …With that budget I wouldn't go with matx.Rtx 2060 would take all pcie expansion slots and if thinking about any upgrade mobo will hold you down.Atx in my personal opinion would be a better choice for extra 30-40.Apart from that very solid build in comparison.


You would still have 1 free x16 slot. I was trying to keep it below £1000, but I agree that if you need more the Tomahawk would probably be a better bet and it's not much more expensive.
This may be a stupid question coming from someone who knows nothing about gaming pc specs, how many hdmi out and will the support the rift s with full graphics turned on, TIA
Ridiculous price
Go on holiday and enjoy your life & make good memories instead of buying this rubbish.
GameScoop15/08/2019 17:41

Ridiculous price Go on holiday and enjoy your life & make good …Ridiculous price Go on holiday and enjoy your life & make good memories instead of buying this rubbish.

But over £1400 for a TV is ok then?
hotukdeals.com/dea…741
chapchap16/08/2019 10:28

But over £1400 for a TV is ok …But over £1400 for a TV is ok then?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-qe65q8f-65-inch-4k-ultra-hd-premium-hdr-1500-smart-qled-tv-tvplus-save-43-141995-at-richer-sounds-3077741


You geek , you actually took time out to stalk me
This “gaming” PC deal is totally for you then
chapchap16/08/2019 10:33

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I wouldn’t expect a deal from 2018 to still be active... you stupid clown
GameScoop16/08/2019 11:28

I wouldn’t expect a deal from 2018 to still be active... you stupid clown ( …I wouldn’t expect a deal from 2018 to still be active... you stupid clown


Ahh bless...you pathetic thing
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