Intel Core i7 6700k Processor Only £290 @ Amazon @ CPU-World-UK
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Intel Core i7 6700k Processor Only £290 @ Amazon @ CPU-World-UK

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Found 29th Jul 2017
Intel i7-6700K, Core. Processor family: Intel Core i7-6xxx, Processor frequency: 4 GHz, Processor socket: LGA1151
• Maximum RAM supported: 64 GB, Supported memory types: DDR3L-SDRAM, DDR4-SDRAM, Supported memory clock speeds: 1600, 2133 MHz. On-board graphics adapter model: Intel HD Graphics 530, Graphics base frequency: 350 MHz, Graphics max dynamic frequency: 1150 MHz
• Thermal power: 91W. PCI Express slots version: 3.0, PCI Express configurations: 1x16, 2x8, 1x8+2x4, Supported instruction sets: AVX 2.0, SSE4.1, SSE4.2
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Would pair well with: amazon.co.uk/ASU…ero

Should note that 6700k from amazon directly is £294 or so - 7700k is about £312
Edited by: "zakkyb" 29th Jul 2017
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Jenn101

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXSI216/?tag=pcp0f-21£10 more for the … https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXSI216/?tag=pcp0f-21£10 more for the 7700K - Amazon



How much better would this one be. I am building my first gaming PC so looking for a decent bit of kit
Jenn101

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXSI216/?tag=pcp0f-21£10 more for the … https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01MXSI216/?tag=pcp0f-21£10 more for the 7700K - Amazon



yeah i dont see why people would buy this instead to save £10 on a £300 cpu
MonkeyMan90

How much better would this one be. I am building my first gaming PC so … How much better would this one be. I am building my first gaming PC so looking for a decent bit of kit


DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing.
MonkeyMan90

How much better would this one be. I am building my first gaming PC so … How much better would this one be. I am building my first gaming PC so looking for a decent bit of kit


DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing
callofdute15 m ago

DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for …DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing.


You're going to get better value building your own system.
callofdute117 m ago

DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for …DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing.


Which PSU, motherboard, cooling, case?
CFC2011

You're going to get better value building your own system.


not according to amazons current prices youre not
ive posted the deal in gaming by mistake have a look
callofdute1

ive posted the deal in gaming by mistake have a look


now posted deal in computer fixed . cold deal cant please most on here. around £1750 separate scan are selling gtx1070 8gb overclock for £389 on its own on amazon
callofdute1

DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for … DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing.



This was typed like you were on cocaine, too.
get the samsung 144hz curved monitor argos £199.99 I got and youre good to go
robbyp33

This was typed like you were on cocaine, too.


I act like on cocaine all the time 100 miles an hour. off to play player unknown battlegrounds see what the big deal is.
scan.co.uk/pro…-10 this is the right link put wrong one this the ryzen 7
Can't condone intel now, the whole line is outdone by ryzen even if they were priced the same which there not, not to mention the cost of a motherboard and the fact it will be dated and out done by years end, any intel investment is a bad idea until they get there sh** sorted, prices, new chipset every yr, over priced platform as a whole, poor performance upgrade, intel have been phoning it in for year now the line is dead.
callofdute1

DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for … DONT BUILD IT YOURSELF I got a gaming pc 3 weeks ago from scan.co.uk for £1300 parts separately on amazon now around £1700. ryzen7 1700 /gtx 1070 overclock edition/16gb ram/Samsung ssd 250gb/1tb hhd/windows 10 64bit/1 year bullguard internet security/3 year pc warranty/ playing witcher 3goty steam over 90fps ultra geralt moves like hes on cocaine. best thing ive ever bought in my life.sold ps4 and xboxone to help pay for it. 120fps skyrim playing it in 2k resolution with nexus mods manager looks amazing.



Anti intellectual and spreading bs, nigel is that you?
callofdute16 h, 37 m ago

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 this is the right link put wrong one this the ryzen 7


Bollocks is that computer seperately 1700 quid. Cpu is 280
Mobo is likely cheap so 65
Gpu is around 390
Ssd is 80
Psu is likely 500w cheap so 50
Ram 80
Hdd 50


So that's only like £1000 roughly. Please explain where the other 700 quid comes from I'd love to know.
callofdute1

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 this is the right link put wrong one this the ryzen 7



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, including the OS.
What is this,,the ice hotel?
bbfb123

**** is that computer seperately 1700 quid. Cpu is 280Mobo is likely … **** is that computer seperately 1700 quid. Cpu is 280Mobo is likely cheap so 65 Gpu is around 390Ssd is 80Psu is likely 500w cheap so 50Ram 80Hdd 50So that's only like £1000 roughly. Please explain where the other 700 quid comes from I'd love to know.



The £1700 mentioned is way off, but your £1000 is also off. The hardware cost at Amazon is around £1200 excluding Windows and any little extras like brackets, adapters, cables etc.
callofdute19 h, 30 m ago

I act like on cocaine all the time 100 miles an hour. off to play player …I act like on cocaine all the time 100 miles an hour. off to play player unknown battlegrounds see what the big deal is.


Somebody needs to teach you how to use the internet properly.
idbirch13 h, 3 m ago

Even if you're dim enough to order every single component from Amazon and …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, including the OS.

Wouldn't pcpartpicker show the cheapest prices? Or would you go to each of these sites separately?
idbirch

Even if you're dim enough to order every single component from Amazon and … 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, including the OS.


i wanted amazons return policy in case any of the items were faulty. so its a extra £56 for a 3 year warranty and pre built glad I got it then. good luck returning a item on partpicker
callofdute1

i wanted amazons return policy in case any of the items were faulty. so … i wanted amazons return policy in case any of the items were faulty. so its a extra £56 for a 3 year warranty and pre built glad I got it then. good luck returning a item on partpicker



Um, I never said use PartPicker. Do they even sell anything? I didn't even say this was a bad deal, I merely took exception to your ridiculous claim that the same parts would be £1700+ on Amazon. Not only are they not £400 more expensive, they're cheaper. So who's the c??? again? Tell you what, why don't you wind your neck in and next time you want to do a price comparison with another retailer citing actual names and numbers, oh, I don't know.....check?
Edited by: "idbirch" 31st Jul 2017
i added everything up on amazon and i mean everything. It added up to around £1700 scan who i bought the pc from were selling the gtx1070 OC on its own for £389 on there.
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