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Hyper CCL Ryzen 5 2600, 16GB, 120GB SSD+1TB, RX 580 8GB Gaming PC £489.24 at CCL/ebay with code (No OS)
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Not a bad build for under £500, a decent machine for 1080p gaming. No Os included.
  • 3340381.jpgAMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.9GHz turbo CPU
  • 3340381.jpgMassive 16GB Memory
  • 3340381.jpgHuge 1TB Hard Disk
  • 3340381.jpgSuper Fast 120GB Solid State
  • 3340381.jpgDedicated 8GB Radeon RX 580 Graphics
  • 3340381.jpgUSB 3.0 Ports
  • 3340381.jpgGigabyte A320M-S2H
  • 3340381.jpg3 Year Collect & Return Warranty
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For a pre build it's all right but buying almost identical parts but getting a b450 and 3000mhz RAM rather than the a320 mobo and 2400mhz in this system. You can shave off £15-£20 building it your self but get a better motherboard and faster RAM out of it.
I would spend abit more personally but good bulid
ocelot2023/11/2019 21:01

For a pre build it's all right but buying almost identical parts but …For a pre build it's all right but buying almost identical parts but getting a b450 and 3000mhz RAM rather than the a320 mobo and 2400mhz in this system. You can shave off £15-£20 building it your self but get a better motherboard and faster RAM out of it.


Aye but is it worth the bother to get what a couple extra frames per second
Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the risk of static damage and time.and effort. Plus this does have a 3 year warranty.
Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small budgets my son wants a desktop and I'm a full time carer for my mum so haven't got much funds he is easily pleased though as he bought a cheap one for his mums house from Ebay ebay.co.uk/itm…rue that he said was ok for the games he plays,I would just like something for him at my house,I don't want to spend more than £300 but could go to £400 at an absolute push,it would need HDMI as I don't want to spend money on a monitor he has a nice tv in his room with HDMI
I'm sorry I know nothing about computers so forgive me if I sound naive about prices,I would just like my son to have something nice as his last big present but I don't know where to start
Any help would be much appreciated
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 23rd Nov 2019
Jonathan_KappesPT23/11/2019 21:19

Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the …Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the risk of static damage and time.and effort. Plus this does have a 3 year warranty.



Jonathan_KappesPT23/11/2019 21:19

Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the …Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the risk of static damage and time.and effort. Plus this does have a 3 year warranty.


I was building my own rigs since early 90s and static damaged one ram stick.Build your own or get your sons to it,its much more satisfying and much simpler than it was whenever I was getting my first one.
Jonathan_KappesPT23/11/2019 21:19

Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the …Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the risk of static damage and time.and effort. Plus this does have a 3 year warranty.


Building the pc is the best part..
Josh_millen23/11/2019 21:41

Building the pc is the best part..


Fair play but imo

No its not its reaping the rewards of a good system and playing the games the way you want to is the best part

Not everyone enjoys building like some airfix/lego obsessed nutter we just want the finished product
Edited by: "StevieW0nder" 23rd Nov 2019
Equalizer2523/11/2019 21:36

Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small …Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small budgets my son wants a desktop and I'm a full time carer for my mum so haven't got much funds he is easily pleased though as he bought a cheap one for his mums house from Ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223669389136?ul_noapp=true that he said was ok for the games he plays,I would just like something for him at my house,I don't want to spend more than £300 but could go to £400 at an absolute push,it would need HDMI as I don't want to spend money on a monitor he has a nice tv in his room with HDMII'm sorry I know nothing about computers so forgive me if I sound naive about prices,I would just like my son to have something nice as his last big present but I don't know where to startAny help would be much appreciated


Let's see what Black Friday offers are
Tacavas23/11/2019 22:23

Let's see what Black Friday offers are


Yeah, holding out for those!
Equalizer2523/11/2019 21:36

Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small …Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small budgets my son wants a desktop and I'm a full time carer for my mum so haven't got much funds he is easily pleased though as he bought a cheap one for his mums house from Ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223669389136?ul_noapp=true that he said was ok for the games he plays,I would just like something for him at my house,I don't want to spend more than £300 but could go to £400 at an absolute push,it would need HDMI as I don't want to spend money on a monitor he has a nice tv in his room with HDMII'm sorry I know nothing about computers so forgive me if I sound naive about prices,I would just like my son to have something nice as his last big present but I don't know where to startAny help would be much appreciated


it really depends on what games he plays and how long does he intend to use the device. It is possible to build a decent pc, under 400. specially if you are not asking for the latest GPU's, A GTX 660 will play most games at 60fps, on medium settings at least and cost like £20-40 second hand. with luck, a sale will come and youll get a mid range pc under 400 around black friday.
quertbarbie6223/11/2019 23:34

it really depends on what games he plays and how long does he intend to …it really depends on what games he plays and how long does he intend to use the device. It is possible to build a decent pc, under 400. specially if you are not asking for the latest GPU's, A GTX 660 will play most games at 60fps, on medium settings at least and cost like £20-40 second hand. with luck, a sale will come and youll get a mid range pc under 400 around black friday.



HI I was late to the pc world and I haven't got the time or the patience or even the confidence to do that myself,I wish I could as I had friends that I used to know that built their own and sold them but those people I'm no longer in touch with.
I hope I find something on Friday,life has been quite bleak in many ways for me of late,and I would just like to do something nice for my son.
Thanks for helping me with some advice
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 23rd Nov 2019
I got this build earlier tonight on Ebay from ccl. £626 then got a 5%off pop up on my ebay page and it took it down to £594.70 so really happy with the price as the original price was £874.95

ebay.co.uk/itm…163

CCL Killer 4.25GHz AMD Hexa Core Ryzen 5-2600X Desktop PC - 16GB, 2TB, RX 590



AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4.25GHz turbo CPU

Enormous 16GB Memory

Massive 2TB Hard Disk

Super Fast 480GB Solid State

Dedicated 8GB Radeon RX 590 Graphics

USB 3.0 Ports

Gigabyte B450M DS3H

3 Year Collect & Return Warranty
Edited by: "shazzamac" 23rd Nov 2019
Jonathan_KappesPT23/11/2019 21:19

Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the …Im.looking at this for teenager sons.who want to build. For £20 the risk of static damage and time.and effort. Plus this does have a 3 year warranty.


You won't get static damage unless you're on carpet, wearing socks , or wearing woollen clothing.


This pre-built is not good.

A320 motherboards are trash
And the ram is slow
quertbarbie6223/11/2019 23:34

it really depends on what games he plays and how long does he intend to …it really depends on what games he plays and how long does he intend to use the device. It is possible to build a decent pc, under 400. specially if you are not asking for the latest GPU's, A GTX 660 will play most games at 60fps, on medium settings at least and cost like £20-40 second hand. with luck, a sale will come and youll get a mid range pc under 400 around black friday.


A Used RX 570 4gb will be less than £100 on eBay.

Or you can get a HD 7990 6gb (2 HD 7950 into one PCB)
It's £80 on cex. Might find it cheaper on eBay
The stryker on ccl's own site is just as good tbh
shazzamac23/11/2019 23:45

I got this build earlier tonight on Ebay from ccl. £626 then got a 5%off …I got this build earlier tonight on Ebay from ccl. £626 then got a 5%off pop up on my ebay page and it took it down to £594.70 so really happy with the price as the original price was £874.95https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/113688322163CCL Killer 4.25GHz AMD Hexa Core Ryzen 5-2600X Desktop PC - 16GB, 2TB, RX 590AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4.25GHz turbo CPUEnormous 16GB MemoryMassive 2TB Hard DiskSuper Fast 480GB Solid StateDedicated 8GB Radeon RX 590 GraphicsUSB 3.0 PortsGigabyte B450M DS3H3 Year Collect & Return Warranty


Would something like that be good for 4k video editing?
ocelot2023/11/2019 21:01

For a pre build it's all right but buying almost identical parts but …For a pre build it's all right but buying almost identical parts but getting a b450 and 3000mhz RAM rather than the a320 mobo and 2400mhz in this system. You can shave off £15-£20 building it your self but get a better motherboard and faster RAM out of it.


Where do you buy the bits from?
Are people waiting on a better code for black friday? There is a 5% just now
Jeevester24/11/2019 07:35

Would something like that be good for 4k video editing?


I'm not sure sorry
Cold. No Wifi.
shazzamac24/11/2019 15:51

Powerline adaptor or wifi adaptor



I know man I am just naming about the guy on here that sent a full system back because it didn’t have WiFi
Rossmor4024/11/2019 15:53

I know man I am just naming about the guy on here that sent a full system …I know man I am just naming about the guy on here that sent a full system back because it didn’t have WiFi


Haha oh right no worries. I know nothing about gaming PCs. Just ordered one for my son yesterday so now looking at either powerline adaptor with passthtough or a wifi adaptor, any advice?
shazzamac24/11/2019 15:59

Haha oh right no worries. I know nothing about gaming PCs. Just ordered …Haha oh right no worries. I know nothing about gaming PCs. Just ordered one for my son yesterday so now looking at either powerline adaptor with passthtough or a wifi adaptor, any advice?


Get a wifi usb adaptor, plenty of variations on ebay
ChaosZero24/11/2019 16:18

Get a wifi usb adaptor, plenty of variations on ebay


Any you recommend? Someone said I would be better with a powerline but that's more cables
An ethernet cable itself would be ideal for gaming depending on your internet services.

This one is good:
rover.ebay.com/rov…496
shazzamac24/11/2019 15:59

Haha oh right no worries. I know nothing about gaming PCs. Just ordered …Haha oh right no worries. I know nothing about gaming PCs. Just ordered one for my son yesterday so now looking at either powerline adaptor with passthtough or a wifi adaptor, any advice?



I bought the TP link power line adaptors below but they were expensive at £50 but Black Friday is just around the corner. These ones work really well for me but some of of it depends on the wiring quality in your house. If it’s fairly decent then you’ll have no problems.

amazon.co.uk/TL-…tem

Tech Radar review of power line adapters

techradar.com/uk/…ors

As for wireless adapters/boosters they are a bit hit or miss depending on several factors.

techradar.com/uk/…ers
Edited by: "Rossmor40" 24th Nov 2019
shazzamac24/11/2019 16:20

Any you recommend? Someone said I would be better with a powerline but …Any you recommend? Someone said I would be better with a powerline but that's more cables



The thing with WiFi is that depending on where your internet router is for instance if it’s downstairs in the living room and the pc is upstairs you will need to buy 1) a WiFi dongle for the pc 2) A WiFi extender as well so you get a decent signal on the pc. It all comes down to how much you want to spend though.
Rossmor4024/11/2019 16:30

The thing with WiFi is that depending on where your internet router is for …The thing with WiFi is that depending on where your internet router is for instance if it’s downstairs in the living room and the pc is upstairs you will need to buy 1) a WiFi dongle for the pc 2) A WiFi extender as well so you get a decent signal on the pc. It all comes down to how much you want to spend though.


Great thanks, hoping no more than £50 for whatever it needs as the router is downstairs and pc will be upstairs. So I will need a wifi dongle and wifi extender to use wifi on the pc or the powerline adapters?
shazzamac24/11/2019 16:32

Great thanks, hoping no more than £50 for whatever it needs as the router …Great thanks, hoping no more than £50 for whatever it needs as the router is downstairs and pc will be upstairs. So I will need a wifi dongle and wifi extender to use wifi on the pc or the powerline adapters?



If you go down the WiFi route you will need a WiFi dongle(these plug into the USB port on computer and are about £10) or a WiFi card which plugs into the PCI ports at back of computer. You may also need the WiFi extender if the WiFi signal going upstairs to where the pc is not strong to give an acceptable connection for the PC.However you are not going to know this unless you test the PC in situ.

The powerline adapters on the other hand usually come with 2m cables so you can attach to pc and router from electrical sockets. I would personally be looking at the powerline adapters as cuts down complaints about their internet not working but also watch the Black Friday deal this week to see if can get them under £40.
Edited by: "Rossmor40" 24th Nov 2019
Rossmor4024/11/2019 16:45

If you go down the WiFi route you will need a WiFi dongle(these plug into …If you go down the WiFi route you will need a WiFi dongle(these plug into the USB port on computer and are about £10) or a WiFi card which plugs into the PCI ports at back of computer. You may also need the WiFi extender if the WiFi signal going upstairs to where the pc is not strong to give an acceptable connection for the PC.However you are not going to know this unless you test the PC in situ.The powerline adapters on the other hand usually come with 2m cables so you can attach to pc and router from electrical sockets. I would personally be looking at the powerline adapters as cuts down complaints about their internet not working but also watch the Black Friday deal this week to see if can get them under £40.


Brilliant thanks for your help. Will defo keep an eye on the powerline adapters you said about
shazzamac24/11/2019 16:55

Brilliant thanks for your help. Will defo keep an eye on the powerline …Brilliant thanks for your help. Will defo keep an eye on the powerline adapters you said about


Sorry also my son has a double power socket in his room, at the moment he has a 4 plug extension plugged into each one. I'm buying a 10 socket extension for one of them for the pc etc. Will it be ok to plug the powerline into the socket then plug the 10 way extension into the powerline adaptor?
shazzamac24/11/2019 17:02

Sorry also my son has a double power socket in his room, at the moment he …Sorry also my son has a double power socket in his room, at the moment he has a 4 plug extension plugged into each one. I'm buying a 10 socket extension for one of them for the pc etc. Will it be ok to plug the powerline into the socket then plug the 10 way extension into the powerline adaptor?



What I would do tbh is put the powerline adapter in one of the double sockets then plug the socket extension into the other socket. I would maybe have only 1 device plugged directly into the pass through on powerline adapter. I am not saying plugging the 10 socket extension into the powerline adapter won’t work but personally I’d be uncomfortable doing that from a safety point of view due to possible overheating problems as 10 devices if all on at once would be drawing a lot of current.
Rossmor4024/11/2019 17:27

What I would do tbh is put the powerline adapter in one of the double …What I would do tbh is put the powerline adapter in one of the double sockets then plug the socket extension into the other socket. I would maybe have only 1 device plugged directly into the pass through on powerline adapter. I am not saying plugging the 10 socket extension into the powerline adapter won’t work but personally I’d be uncomfortable doing that from a safety point of view due to possible overheating problems as 10 devices if all on at once would be drawing a lot of current.


Thanks
Not bad for a pre built if you can’t build one yourself, but pretty crap motherboard in this and slow ram. You need 3000mhz ram to make full use of the Ryzen cpu. It’s probably got a cheap psu in as well.
Rossmor4024/11/2019 15:53

I know man I am just naming about the guy on here that sent a full system …I know man I am just naming about the guy on here that sent a full system back because it didn’t have WiFi


And I wanted a better system in general. I see you
Equalizer2523/11/2019 21:36

Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small …Does anyone know of any machines for low end gaming for people on small budgets my son wants a desktop and I'm a full time carer for my mum so haven't got much funds he is easily pleased though as he bought a cheap one for his mums house from Ebay https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/223669389136?ul_noapp=true that he said was ok for the games he plays,I would just like something for him at my house,I don't want to spend more than £300 but could go to £400 at an absolute push,it would need HDMI as I don't want to spend money on a monitor he has a nice tv in his room with HDMII'm sorry I know nothing about computers so forgive me if I sound naive about prices,I would just like my son to have something nice as his last big present but I don't know where to startAny help would be much appreciated


This for £269 will be ok for your son. The CPU inside is a little old now but still holds its own for modern games. Should be fine playing modern titles at medium settings at 900p/1080p. ebay.co.uk/itm…u-w I would suggest taking out the 1 year extra warranty which will make the system £303. Make sure you select GTX 1050ti, 500GB Sata, No display, No gaming pack to get this price.

Or this one for £340: ter-Bundle-Intel-Quad-Core-i5-16GB-1TB-Win10-4GB-GTX-1050Ti/392489045840?_trkparms=ispr%3D1&hash=item5b622b8f50:g:WIEAAOSwIvddq0~l&enc=AQAEAAACQBPxNw%2BVj6nta7CKEs3N0qWVDqblqTlRNp9zU9b5HxNDIKTleP46GChI4UtsYOgh2YM4U4Wmcx%2Fts%2BDL3L6ONAwJ4CRhsW%2BdH6LPFE7TvzT06aC%2F2YXmvVBByNCe0Ubf%2FnAq%2FC18ildIT9Vn0NYWAVXqOswutyF7pxw8cNChj57HBoO69VldFsaInEQLr7y%2BYZL%2B74%2FbQzS3kamVl3cNRlP5cUUqkZOorJ7683Dci01PW2L1s0C%2B%2BfcYsOTh7v1hz7wyqIhyJBzSpE1lJ7wyqwzaooM10W8Mb%2Fz1QwNdnjFI7eaJjUqjphFx%2BAZUdE4PrcU22OgM%2FuzaqcBQEPVSdJCJDISoIpqpY0Cg4TkKPE1TVsliaYeYs87Uep%2BBIT9RxgYmTqYae3HS3YfI7w98bL6mENkK6UEBxzo6RrICSii12YpwOndrn6hZkxXfylKj5IHrbt4Xubq88%2FUhEzT1F5QguWeVJ%2F9hNbM5TpFEbqXbvpqZ0JpBgBCfLvpEZhAtwtT86YzfApTSP32vU1QcuyB2xu5fdpcHXrZtkhRRyFMF1iz0Ukj7ZtSRfx0MPGh4HNofLyuvJclFCd4a%2BoFogiY%2Fyxjjb6PMNQiSugCFzzH0ogxey1EHrBscIn1leYhmnkSzUzVGfOLpJhkXuOYTs%2BWmcNp4u6iMrOTuSYNQCcQTlCPHX01%2B9dU9qHjnPJyu5nxlUzMi3HY50SVey1M22cx6OKI2Rzxc4lQab6sT3zMiOrEqN2i1ku8ArJH4CNvT5w%3D%3D&checksum=392489045840c0009f0e143d4b56868f24659019d2a0 More RAM in this one and bigger hard drive.

Or for £360: ebay.co.uk/itm…33e 16GB RAM, i7 CPU, newer 1650 GPU and SSD and HDD as well. This would be the one I would go for out of the 3.

Is Paypal Credit a option for you? For example for the £360 one you can pay £17 a month for 24 months if that helps.
Edited by: "ocelot20" 24th Nov 2019
ocelot2024/11/2019 22:41

This for £269 will be ok for your son. The CPU inside is a little old now …This for £269 will be ok for your son. The CPU inside is a little old now but still holds its own for modern games. Should be fine playing modern titles at medium settings at 900p/1080p. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Custom-Compact-Dell-Gaming-PC-Intel-i5-8GB-480GB-SSD-GTX-1050Ti-Win10/233382925265?hash=item3656b4d3d1:m:m6MIrpY9yc6EgQf_XTWhu-w I would suggest taking out the 1 year extra warranty which will make the system £303. Make sure you select GTX 1050ti, 500GB Sata, No display, No gaming pack to get this price.Or this one for £340: ter-Bundle-Intel-Quad-Core-i5-16GB-1TB-Win10-4GB-GTX-1050Ti/392489045840?_trkparms=ispr%3D1&hash=item5b622b8f50:g:WIEAAOSwIvddq0~l&enc=AQAEAAACQBPxNw%2BVj6nta7CKEs3N0qWVDqblqTlRNp9zU9b5HxNDIKTleP46GChI4UtsYOgh2YM4U4Wmcx%2Fts%2BDL3L6ONAwJ4CRhsW%2BdH6LPFE7TvzT06aC%2F2YXmvVBByNCe0Ubf%2FnAq%2FC18ildIT9Vn0NYWAVXqOswutyF7pxw8cNChj57HBoO69VldFsaInEQLr7y%2BYZL%2B74%2FbQzS3kamVl3cNRlP5cUUqkZOorJ7683Dci01PW2L1s0C%2B%2BfcYsOTh7v1hz7wyqIhyJBzSpE1lJ7wyqwzaooM10W8Mb%2Fz1QwNdnjFI7eaJjUqjphFx%2BAZUdE4PrcU22OgM%2FuzaqcBQEPVSdJCJDISoIpqpY0Cg4TkKPE1TVsliaYeYs87Uep%2BBIT9RxgYmTqYae3HS3YfI7w98bL6mENkK6UEBxzo6RrICSii12YpwOndrn6hZkxXfylKj5IHrbt4Xubq88%2FUhEzT1F5QguWeVJ%2F9hNbM5TpFEbqXbvpqZ0JpBgBCfLvpEZhAtwtT86YzfApTSP32vU1QcuyB2xu5fdpcHXrZtkhRRyFMF1iz0Ukj7ZtSRfx0MPGh4HNofLyuvJclFCd4a%2BoFogiY%2Fyxjjb6PMNQiSugCFzzH0ogxey1EHrBscIn1leYhmnkSzUzVGfOLpJhkXuOYTs%2BWmcNp4u6iMrOTuSYNQCcQTlCPHX01%2B9dU9qHjnPJyu5nxlUzMi3HY50SVey1M22cx6OKI2Rzxc4lQab6sT3zMiOrEqN2i1ku8ArJH4CNvT5w%3D%3D&checksum=392489045840c0009f0e143d4b56868f24659019d2a0 More RAM in this one and bigger hard drive. Or for £360: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fast-Gaming-PC-Computer-Bundle-Intel-Quad-Core-i7-16GB-1TB-120GB-4GB-GTX1650-W10/303364366886?_trkparms=ispr=1&hash=item46a1ece226:g:JXYAAOSwKeNdzsW8&enc=AQAEAAACQBPxNw+Vj6nta7CKEs3N0qWh+nYf2z34QFYk6fBfKyPcaQrd4KwJYShBn7mEpKwL0S6ctyHv6PxpebQ+Iba+K21JDxU9YRhS2fIhcM+46XOw5sdcNMeXViCjPxJ1S4aXVDt0OVyb3P4IbmEDVATjggfRsld6jtyYvBTybCU7tbimt2UX0kwZi9fbYuWpNI0YXhBAmXexxojX6nPHd2O0pBMi7j9PbR22Csq7S9LaWYtMHbRnrS0jf8b5QeiOFTXjwCfTewO6Qrq9oEJnkhxReE0yOK8Y/hylkz4a9PUGRfnCqa2WDrHEyRJuJ0+HYMmUOXtHB3AgDQQfWAEbE9C0bocqesFFmJAhWbUBr1/C+qv8ULKWLwCtuCwXFYUsiU5FmPqvwLl91kMpZgdUgSSBYPX/O43cY1hPO9E8DpQr5aNSwuMUd2phPy8Zu1Qfc+kHF8HLb/N6+5yhY33eU0ur58KW7d2mK28dgvDJ8yLQeL75nmHwX097lHyhleW5YHgm3Ja8sjpKTsLO2JRx+u3uOXgiC/XShlGWdyuY67hV1se2gQgP9ZgFy4Puhl/pPCjvCByVaYHahoAwz4HOzIe6fMni9MIpkboE2BuL4UTvwg4MfG+T6ZV1t4wo51BEBOXsLw9zEd+lc1jj9JwafpY7GDeBgZ32FQ/mAHr4ZGr72CIG1rasSryikkjFsfFO3G8nPVRIOpXoxhJZs8ZG80y6XOuwmmNie2UxcrE7Ri8Yk56KKYRrQtC8Ci8V6kMPyO25Vw==&checksum=303364366886d0bd8bce02a144c7af023fb02dc0d33e 16GB RAM, i7 CPU, newer 1650 GPU and SSD and HDD as well. This would be the one I would go for out of the 3.Is Paypal Credit a option for you? For example for the £360 one you can pay £17 a month for 24 months if that helps.



Hi thanks that was very kind of you to take your time to help me,I'm having a tough time at the moment and I appreciate it,I shall have a proper look at them with my son tomorrow
Edited by: "Equalizer25" 24th Nov 2019
ocelot2024/11/2019 22:41

This for £269 will be ok for your son. The CPU inside is a little old now …This for £269 will be ok for your son. The CPU inside is a little old now but still holds its own for modern games. Should be fine playing modern titles at medium settings at 900p/1080p. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Custom-Compact-Dell-Gaming-PC-Intel-i5-8GB-480GB-SSD-GTX-1050Ti-Win10/233382925265?hash=item3656b4d3d1:m:m6MIrpY9yc6EgQf_XTWhu-w I would suggest taking out the 1 year extra warranty which will make the system £303. Make sure you select GTX 1050ti, 500GB Sata, No display, No gaming pack to get this price.Or this one for £340: ter-Bundle-Intel-Quad-Core-i5-16GB-1TB-Win10-4GB-GTX-1050Ti/392489045840?_trkparms=ispr%3D1&hash=item5b622b8f50:g:WIEAAOSwIvddq0~l&enc=AQAEAAACQBPxNw%2BVj6nta7CKEs3N0qWVDqblqTlRNp9zU9b5HxNDIKTleP46GChI4UtsYOgh2YM4U4Wmcx%2Fts%2BDL3L6ONAwJ4CRhsW%2BdH6LPFE7TvzT06aC%2F2YXmvVBByNCe0Ubf%2FnAq%2FC18ildIT9Vn0NYWAVXqOswutyF7pxw8cNChj57HBoO69VldFsaInEQLr7y%2BYZL%2B74%2FbQzS3kamVl3cNRlP5cUUqkZOorJ7683Dci01PW2L1s0C%2B%2BfcYsOTh7v1hz7wyqIhyJBzSpE1lJ7wyqwzaooM10W8Mb%2Fz1QwNdnjFI7eaJjUqjphFx%2BAZUdE4PrcU22OgM%2FuzaqcBQEPVSdJCJDISoIpqpY0Cg4TkKPE1TVsliaYeYs87Uep%2BBIT9RxgYmTqYae3HS3YfI7w98bL6mENkK6UEBxzo6RrICSii12YpwOndrn6hZkxXfylKj5IHrbt4Xubq88%2FUhEzT1F5QguWeVJ%2F9hNbM5TpFEbqXbvpqZ0JpBgBCfLvpEZhAtwtT86YzfApTSP32vU1QcuyB2xu5fdpcHXrZtkhRRyFMF1iz0Ukj7ZtSRfx0MPGh4HNofLyuvJclFCd4a%2BoFogiY%2Fyxjjb6PMNQiSugCFzzH0ogxey1EHrBscIn1leYhmnkSzUzVGfOLpJhkXuOYTs%2BWmcNp4u6iMrOTuSYNQCcQTlCPHX01%2B9dU9qHjnPJyu5nxlUzMi3HY50SVey1M22cx6OKI2Rzxc4lQab6sT3zMiOrEqN2i1ku8ArJH4CNvT5w%3D%3D&checksum=392489045840c0009f0e143d4b56868f24659019d2a0 More RAM in this one and bigger hard drive. Or for £360: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Fast-Gaming-PC-Computer-Bundle-Intel-Quad-Core-i7-16GB-1TB-120GB-4GB-GTX1650-W10/303364366886?_trkparms=ispr=1&hash=item46a1ece226:g:JXYAAOSwKeNdzsW8&enc=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&checksum=303364366886d0bd8bce02a144c7af023fb02dc0d33e 16GB RAM, i7 CPU, newer 1650 GPU and SSD and HDD as well. This would be the one I would go for out of the 3.Is Paypal Credit a option for you? For example for the £360 one you can pay £17 a month for 24 months if that helps.



Hi do you know that 3rd one that you liked it comes with a screen,woudl my son be ok using his 32" tv that he already has instead,do you think they would knock a small amount off instead,I wonder if the pc would have HDMI?
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