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Lenovo IdeaCentre 510 Desktop Computer AMD Ryzen 3 2200G 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Wind 10 £240 @ Ebay/LaptopOutletDirect
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Lenovo IdeaCentre 510 Desktop Computer AMD Ryzen 3 2200G 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Wind 10 £240 @ Ebay/LaptopOutletDirect

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Posted 7th Jan

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Lenovo IdeaCentre 510 Desktop Computer AMD Ryzen 3 2200G 8GB RAM 1TB HDD Wind 10

SPECS:
2200G £78
8GB 2400MHZ £25
Prob a 250w psu £20
some kinda A320 board £45
Case £22
1tb hard drive £33

parts £223.......

their price after code: 240....
£18 build

comes with windows too.

#desktop #lowlevelRetroGamer

for the price with windows included... pretty good deal..

no point adding to it... it is what it is.. want something a little higher go here:

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Thought it was an American fridge/freezer at first glance..
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You could build your own A300 based system for that price....
Edited by: "Google_Reviewer" 7th Jan
Thought it was an American fridge/freezer at first glance..
Gollywood07/01/2020 00:53

Thought it was an American fridge/freezer at first glance..


lmao........ i scrolled up ur right it does lol.
I don't think the upgrade-ability of this system should be dismissed. For someone on a very tight budget, this PC has a future upgrade path: Ryzen 7 2700 or Ryzen 5 3600 are both comfortably possible. If you want a gaming PC, add faster RAM, an SSD and graphics card.

Having said that, I recently bought a system of this exact spec for £80 on eBay, but that was refurbished.
jake49207/01/2020 02:29

I don't think the upgrade-ability of this system should be dismissed. For …I don't think the upgrade-ability of this system should be dismissed. For someone on a very tight budget, this PC has a future upgrade path: Ryzen 7 2700 or Ryzen 5 3600 are both comfortably possible. If you want a gaming PC, add faster RAM, an SSD and graphics card. Having said that, I recently bought a system of this exact spec for £80 on eBay, but that was refurbished.


i see where ur going, but i gave an alt link for folks who wanted to add from it from the start up i,e which one of the first calls would be SSD where as the link provides one, each to there own but a solid statement either down the line but the other link from set up.
Edited by: "sarden84" 7th Jan
2400mhz ram is gonna kill CPU performance unfortunately.
jake49207/01/2020 02:29

I don't think the upgrade-ability of this system should be dismissed. For …I don't think the upgrade-ability of this system should be dismissed. For someone on a very tight budget, this PC has a future upgrade path: Ryzen 7 2700 or Ryzen 5 3600 are both comfortably possible. If you want a gaming PC, add faster RAM, an SSD and graphics card. Having said that, I recently bought a system of this exact spec for £80 on eBay, but that was refurbished.


That depends on whether Lenovo has provided a bios update to support 3000 series.
fadsarmy09/01/2020 03:26

That depends on whether Lenovo has provided a bios update to support 3000 …That depends on whether Lenovo has provided a bios update to support 3000 series.


It's not really up to Lenovo, if the motherboard manufacturer makes that call. Based on the below YouTube video and comments, pretty much any A320 board with an up to date bios can support 3000 series with zero issues - "For marketing reasons, mainboard makers dont advertise Ryzen 3000 support for their cheap boards."

Edited by: "jake492" 9th Jan
you wouldnt upgrade this to 3rd gen anyways..... makes it complete pointless...... as stated in the other post... pull out the psu down the line,... get a nice cheap good 500w..... board is waiting a gpu. then thats ur upgrade line.. no point going for 3200g.......
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