Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions
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Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions

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Found 5th Apr
Just seen this. Great price for a i7 8700 with a GTX 1080ti.
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Product Specification

CASE BUILT IN Onyx Gaming Case With Tempered Glass front and sides along with 3x RGB Fans

MOTHERBOARD Gigabyte Z370-HD3

MOTHERBOARD EXPANSION SLOTS 1x PCI Express x16 slot, running at x16, 2x PCI Express x16 slots, running at x4, 3x PCI Express x1 slots

CPU TYPE Intel I7 8th Generation Coffee Lake

CPU MODEL Intel Core I7 8700 Six Core 3.2ghz 12mm Cache 8th Gen Coffee Lake

CPU SOCKET Intel 1151

CPU CLOCK SPEED 3.2 Ghz

CPU MAX TURBO CLOCK SPEED 4.6 Ghz

CPU COOLER Cooler Master Hyper TX3 Evo CPU Cooler

MEMORY 16gb Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 3000mhz Performance Ram

HARD DRIVE / SSD CAPACITY 2tb Sata 64mb Cache 7200rpm

OPTICAL DRIVE Not Included (No 5.25” Bay to Fit Internal Drive)

GRAPHICS CARD Nvidia Geforce GTX 1080TI 11gb VR Ready

PSU SIZE EVGA 600w Quiet 80 Plus Bronze Certified Semi Modular Power Supply

OPERATING SYSTEM No Operating System

FRONT / TOP CASE PORTS 2x USB 2.0, 1x USB 3.0, 1x Headphone Jack, 1x Microphone Jack

MOTHERBOARD REAR PANEL 1x PS/2, 1x DVI-D, 1x HDMI, 4x USB 3.1 Gen 1 ports, 2x USB 2.0/1.1 ports, 1x RJ-45 port, 6x audio jacks

MOTHERBOARD FEATURES Intel Optane Memory Ready, 2-Way CrossFire Multi-Graphics, Intel Gigabit LAN with cFosSpeed Internet Accelerator Software, High Quality Audio Capacitors and Audio Noise Guard with LED Trace Path Lighting, Ultra-Fast M.2 with PCIe Gen3 x4 & SATA interface, RGB FUSION supports RGB LED strips in 7 colors, Smart Fan 5 features Multiple Temperature Sensors and Hybrid Fan Headers with FAN STOP, APP Center Including EasyTune and Cloud Station Utilities

PC SPECIAL FEATURES 3x 12cm RGB Cooling Fans Included, Additional Case Cooling Optional, Fully Upgradeable, Overclocking Potential, Glass Side Window, Water Cooling Support

WARRANTY 3 Year Collect and Return Warranty ( 1 Year Collect, 2 Years Parts, 3 Years Labour ) Buy with confidence knowing if anything goes wrong we are here to help.

ALSO INCLUDES 90 Days Free Bullguard Internet Security Protection

KEYBOARD AND MOUSE Not Included
WIRELESS NETWORK Not Included
MONITOR Not Included
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27 Comments
Decent, shame its not an 8700k. Though with that said these stock parts turbo quite nicely even without over clocking.
Superbad psu
Holy crud

Also mobo is quite low end

Pretty expensive imho
LITERALLY BUILD YOUR OWN IT'S EASY
Wish people would post the rest of the specs other than its gpu and cpu.
Looks a good deal to me. Takes a few secs to follow the link and find out the full spec.

You really don't save much money building your own, it's just more hassle than anything.
Edited by: "Richyroo" 5th Apr
bbfb12314 m ago

Wish people would post the rest of the specs other than its gpu and cpu.


Added mate ^
No operating system, no ssd
If it was £1000 I'll bite
Norseg1 m ago

If it was £1000 I'll bite


no chance not when 1080 ti are still going for stupid money
robodan9181 h, 32 m ago

Superbad psuHoly crudAlso mobo is quite low endPretty expensive imho


mobo is not so bad - entry level on the (decent) Z370 platform, see e.g. newegg reviews
psu reviews are confusing but I wouldn't want that psu in charge of this much money.

Wd. prefer 8GB RAM and a psu with long warranty built by decent OEM.

This is one for those who buy by numbers and don't understand quality.
Edited by: "Hootwo" 5th Apr
Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it
amb47uk16 m ago

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it


Lack of warranty? If you built it yourself you get warranty for each part included.
pasgun2 h, 11 m ago

LITERALLY BUILD YOUR OWN IT'S EASY


Yes, it is, but it's not always as cheap as this deal.
Great deal.

Part breakdown: uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…8YT = £1529.15

Also comes with 3 Year Collect and Return Warranty ( 1 Year Collect, 2 Years Parts, 3 Years Labour)

You can buy windows 10 (OEM) for £11-12 on Opium Pulses.

PSU isn't that bad considering its covered by warranty, upgrade after a couple of years.

Add an SSD as a boot drive and it's good to go.
Edited by: "EagleUK" 5th Apr
amb47uk1 h, 44 m ago

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it


Overclockers uk have some of the widest range of parts available for custom built and are fairly competitive in price
Is this any good for the Sims 4? Currently takes 10 minutes to load on my I-5 with built in graphics card
bbfb1232 h, 56 m ago

Lack of warranty? If you built it yourself you get warranty for each part …Lack of warranty? If you built it yourself you get warranty for each part included.


As I said, "warranty on total build" , if one part damages another in my own build, I'm not necessarily covered by each part.

If the full system fails on a pre-build I send the system back, if I build one and the system fails, I have to diagnose the problem, and pray that a power oversurge or issue caused by one item doesn't invalidate the warranty of another item.
amb47uk3 h, 33 m ago

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it



I would definitely recommend you have a go at building it yourself, its easier than it looks, however if like you say its just not you thing then I have only ever heard good things about UK Gaming Computers (ukgamingcomputers.co.uk) especially for customisation.
Edited by: "Damanc" 5th Apr
amb47uk4 h, 10 m ago

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it


I brought a cooler and motherboard from scan, already overclocked so you just buy those like that as well.
amb47uk1 h, 26 m ago

As I said, "warranty on total build" , if one part damages another in my …As I said, "warranty on total build" , if one part damages another in my own build, I'm not necessarily covered by each part.If the full system fails on a pre-build I send the system back, if I build one and the system fails, I have to diagnose the problem, and pray that a power oversurge or issue caused by one item doesn't invalidate the warranty of another item.


Yes but if you did a pre built then something happens you will have to send your entire pc back. Whereas if you have individual warranty you only send the broken part back. Pc parts don't fail often if you buy good quality. So you'd be forever sending your whole pc back for something probably easily fixed. I've only ever sent one or two parts back on a warranty. It's relatively simple to determine which part is faulty also.
Norseg8 h, 23 m ago

If it was £1000 I'll bite



so would i lol, even just the 1080TI cost £800 currently.

Damanc3 h, 59 m ago

I would definitely recommend you have a go at building it yourself, its …I would definitely recommend you have a go at building it yourself, its easier than it looks, however if like you say its just not you thing then I have only ever heard good things about UK Gaming Computers (www.ukgamingcomputers.co.uk) especially for customisation.



Its easy if every part works, else its a nightmare to troubleshoot
i've been looking at custom built gaming pcs and this doesn't seem bad at all. aside from the psu (and maybe ssd to boot), is it really that bad performance wise:/ EVGA gold 650w should suffice? Which are better psu subs?
sion224 h, 8 m ago

so would i lol, even just the 1080TI cost £800 currently.Its easy if every …so would i lol, even just the 1080TI cost £800 currently.Its easy if every part works, else its a nightmare to troubleshoot


I've seen it much cheaper if you watch the prices

This PC would be £1000 in a another (better) universe where there is no crypto miners, Ram prices are normal, SSD prices are normal

If they dont start going back to normal soon, PC gaming will die, the manufacturers don't care since they are making a lot of money

When they are making cards now I don't think they have gamers in mind, they are thinking "we've gotta make this card cheap but the best for mining, we need plenty of stock"
Edited by: "Norseg" 6th Apr
amb47uk18 h, 56 m ago

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it



A friend of mine couldn't say enough good things about CyberPower. He had to get something in his PC checked and they were great for support, so he says.
amb47uk5th Apr

Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my …Who are the best UK companies to look at to build a rig to my specifications? the more I look at building one, the costs of the graphics cards and ram on their own, plus the cooling challenge / lack of warranty on a total build... im thinking I should outsource it


I used Mesh Computers for mine just before Christmas and they did a great job. Well built, talked to a rep who was able to adjust everything to my liking and when I booted up I saw they threw in a free upgrade to Windows Pro. After sales was very good, too.

Here's a look at what I got.
youtu.be/8mt…9x0
PlayWearTalkRed9 h, 21 m ago

I used Mesh Computers for mine just before Christmas and they did a great …I used Mesh Computers for mine just before Christmas and they did a great job. Well built, talked to a rep who was able to adjust everything to my liking and when I booted up I saw they threw in a free upgrade to Windows Pro. After sales was very good, too. Here's a look at what I got.https://youtu.be/8mtU5z6J9x0


Thanks, ended up doing it myself, wasn't bad at all with a couple of YouTube vids. Hadn't built one in 15+ years, but not a lot had changed thankfully.
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