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PC SPECIALIST Tornado R5 AMD Ryzen 5 GTX 1060 Gaming PC £480 CurrysClearance/Ebay
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PC SPECIALIST Tornado R5 AMD Ryzen 5 GTX 1060 Gaming PC £480 CurrysClearance/Ebay

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Posted 7th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

So here we have another build

If your new to me then i find prebuilds strip them down in the best possible way hence why i like CCL! cos they tell u all u get, then i can put in prices but elsewhere it gets err awkward but overall idea is to see what sort of deals we have and then it gives people an idea, if your a self builder ive placed many CPU's on..

and i try looking for the low cost build option,... thats the main aim but then u get these deals pop up n folks asking me.

and ive had plenty of folks asking me "how does this one look"..

so here we have this one thanks to the ebay codes...

Ryzen 5 6core 12 thread system 2600 £115
8GB Ram, guessing 2133 £24

CORSAIR VS SERIES, 450W £35

1060 3GB is an OLD Classic GPU.. so im gonna base it at a price of £120.00 alt part RX570-RX580 kinda prices.

the case value is £50...

unknown motherboard, should least be a B450 inline with the alt higher up tornado based on the X470 tuf, so its prob a tuf B450.....maybe a Tuf B350 in this one. £50
and a £33quid Hard drive.. typical SG-B no doubt..

the other higher up Tornado didnt say what it came with.. thanks to a member for his assistance... it did have an SSD NVMe and it said neither on the ebay list, so possible this could have atleast a 120gb if not 240gb more chance of a 120gb on typical yesterdays standards.

so in all about £423-440/448 depending on SSD if some of these discontinued parts got released again into today's typical market.

There price built with windows £480 after discount,

Alternative to this:
you have the HOT DEAL of mine:
hotukdeals.com/dea…486

which has a editing section, typical a nice Rx590 2600x is a nice fitting for a budget build.... both nice prices over last years budget 2600 / rx580... which is basically what this 3GB were.. ok maybe 18months ago now, time has flew.

so having everything the cheapest on the above ukhotdeal link is this:

cclonline.com/pc/…03/

£485...... doesn't include windows which is very easy to do as ive mentioned loads of times and doesnt include the SSD if going cheapest method... so £500 if it does.. and defo comes with a better board, but we will never know fully on this curry's one,

personal id used the CCL line.... either at cheapest or if u can go higher on the budget and 2600X /590...... or the sweeter 2700 / 590 seeing as cpu gap is lovely on price point.

but if u are a person and the top whack is £480....... and u cant be bothered to put windows on it then the £480 deal by CCL... then this currys deal is not that bad for them, its an alternative idea, and thats one of the alt options of all the prebuilds, giving people ideas of what i recommended and alt item in the prebuilt range......

** CCL has the option to add 2x8gb 3000mhz which is better, but as stated above if budget is tight and u cant be bothered to put windows on, ... the currys deal is also not bad at upgrading laters on either, sell the 1060 in afew months, they sell decent enough on used market, not much less then the guide ive given above, then upgrade accordingly subject to budget laters on. and also ram,

clearly as more prebulds i get on here then some negative comes with it = not bothered my aim isnt to help them.
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It says the PSU is a VS450 and the RAM is 2133.
Edited by: "Gormond" 7th Jan
Thanks for these posts. I'm looking at changing my old pc soon so these threads have been great thank you
@sarden84 - CCL have dropped prices overnight on some builds I've been looking at - I've got very specific needs re: processor and graphics card as the PC will be used as the base machine for live performances at a music venue so just need 4 cores and lots of VRAM.

My main question, that I'm struggling to find answers for, is this: B365M or H310M? If builds are basically the same price, am I better getting the B365?

Looking at this, with the £10 extra for RX580 and will add an NVMe drive myself when it arrives... cclonline.com/pc/…02/
Edited by: "tomwatts" 8th Jan
tomwatts08/01/2020 11:46

@sarden84 - CCL have dropped prices overnight on some builds I've been …@sarden84 - CCL have dropped prices overnight on some builds I've been looking at - I've got very specific needs re: processor and graphics card as the PC will be used as the base machine for live performances at a music venue so just need 4 cores and lots of VRAM.My main question, that I'm struggling to find answers for, is this: B365M or H310M? If builds are basically the same price, am I better getting the B365? Looking at this, with the £10 extra for RX580 and will add an NVMe drive myself when it arrives... https://www.cclonline.com/pc/specialist-gaming-pcs/pbm/ccl-knight-gaming-pc/010100000200040003000002/


will be taking a closure look laters at prices, some of the builds ive put on have gone up £2-10.. its the adata ram on them whats making it float, demand=floating prices. the skyer is selling like hot cakes!.

this post is a ryzen... but if u mean ur link thats a B365M

more details regarding intel boards here: techreport.com/rev…ts/
itll give u an idea on the cross differences
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