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Ryzen 3200g, 8gb RAM, 120GB SSD. PC only - £245 @ bitboxcomputers eBay
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Ryzen 3200g, 8gb RAM, 120GB SSD. PC only - £245 @ bitboxcomputers eBay

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Was looking to make a PC based on a Ryzen 2200g for my friends kids, but when looking for the parts, found this? Comes with Win10 Disc also, delivered. Seems VERY cheap? This is newer 3200G, 8Gb of (admittedly slow) 2400Mhz RAM and a cheap 120GB SSD. The sum of the component parts are much more than this, so absolute bargain.
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Can build this with new parts for £225, but reasonable considering it's prebuilt and has a '3 year warranty'.
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:04

Can build this with new parts for £225, but reasonable considering it's …Can build this with new parts for £225, but reasonable considering it's prebuilt and has a '3 year warranty'.


Including windows?
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:04

Can build this with new parts for £225, but reasonable considering it's …Can build this with new parts for £225, but reasonable considering it's prebuilt and has a '3 year warranty'.


I would say brilliant with free delivery as well as above for £20
for an off the shelf win 10 ryzen PC that'll probably do everything you need it to n a household this is a great price, heaty!
what are the integrated graphics like? what types of games would they run
So apparently this comes with a windows 10 pro disc, as this retails at over £200 does this actually include a licence, seems dodgy to me? I know they will likely get the OEM version at wholesale, but still something isn't right here..
XEntity17/08/2019 10:10

Including windows?


Yep, OEM Pro copy.

3200g - £89.98
CIT F3 - £24
A320M-H - £41
8GB DDR4 -£25
PSU - £20
120GB SSD - £13.85
Windows 10 Pro OEM - £10.29

£224.12

That's obviously having to find where everything is cheapest but good deal for what it is.
Will this play all the games an 11 year old wouldn’t want to play fortnite,COD ect?
Good price bit that SSD will fill up pretty quickly and 8gb shared between windows and the integrated gpu isnt ideal, but agreed that is pretty much the same cost as the individual parts. Also be wary of the PSU used
In the first paragraph of the description:

"...and is fast enough to deal with all PC games."

All other parts of the blurb seem to apply to the specs so I wonder it this part was just a copy + paste or they actually believe it with integrated graphics.
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:20

Yep, OEM Pro copy.3200g - £89.98CIT F3 - £24A320M-H - £418GB DDR4 -£25PSU - …Yep, OEM Pro copy.3200g - £89.98CIT F3 - £24A320M-H - £418GB DDR4 -£25PSU - £20120GB SSD - £13.85Windows 10 Pro OEM - £10.29£224.12That's obviously having to find where everything is cheapest but good deal for what it is.


That's without licence though I guess which makes its presence pointless?
chridt17/08/2019 10:21

Will this play all the games an 11 year old wouldn’t want to play f …Will this play all the games an 11 year old wouldn’t want to play fortnite,COD ect?


according to the youtube vidoes i just watched it will play fortnite and roblox and things if not doing any other tasks (only 8gb ram).

seems quite a good deal
XEntity17/08/2019 10:16

So apparently this comes with a windows 10 pro disc, as this retails at …So apparently this comes with a windows 10 pro disc, as this retails at over £200 does this actually include a licence, seems dodgy to me? I know they will likely get the OEM version at wholesale, but still something isn't right here..


So just checking the reviews, the items are marked as unsold, even on the individual items, and the reviews appear to be all added in groups on the same dates, i.e. added by the same person not across various dates as expected.. this seems very dodgy to me. I wouldn't do it..
Edited by: "XEntity" 17th Aug
Dom_Luck17/08/2019 10:24

according to the youtube vidoes i just watched it will play fortnite and …according to the youtube vidoes i just watched it will play fortnite and roblox and things if not doing any other tasks (only 8gb ram).seems quite a good deal


My son's ancient Intel Q6600 based system with Nvidia 560ti plays Roblox and a whole range of games perfectly to be fair.
gtd6517/08/2019 10:28

My son's ancient Intel Q6600 based system with Nvidia 560ti plays Roblox …My son's ancient Intel Q6600 based system with Nvidia 560ti plays Roblox and a whole range of games perfectly to be fair.


I hope that's running overclocked, if it's not you are missing out on a lot of performance with that chip :).
XEntity17/08/2019 10:22

That's without licence though I guess which makes its presence pointless?


That includes the license?
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:34

I hope that's running overclocked, if it's not you are missing out on a …I hope that's running overclocked, if it's not you are missing out on a lot of performance with that chip :).


I've never tried overclocking it to be honest. Was amazed at how well it actually ran. Picked the whole system up for £40 last year on Gumtree. It's running on an Asus P5 deluxe motherboard. Will have to check the options.
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:35

That includes the license?


Ok cheers, I would sooner build myself in this case, the reviews look dodgy in this seller as per my post above..
Hot from me. But apparently Ryzen APUs really benefit from having two sticks of RAM (i.e. dual channel), so definitely consider an upgrade there (~£35) if you're having trouble. Also, 120GB is a fair bit, just remember to run disk cleanup after big Windows updates...
Edited by: "hazzabeee" 17th Aug
gtd6517/08/2019 10:43

I've never tried overclocking it to be honest. Was amazed at how well it …I've never tried overclocking it to be honest. Was amazed at how well it actually ran. Picked the whole system up for £40 last year on Gumtree. It's running on an Asus P5 deluxe motherboard. Will have to check the options.


I got a q6600 for my son orignally and could oly do one overclock I think 2.6 something to 2.8 something on stock cooler due to temps.

Would coat 20 quid to get a better cooler but given how cheap pc was... Didnt seem right!

Pc was 45 with 8gb ram and got 7870 for 55. Total cost 100. Marketed it as a budget gaming pc and sold it for 200 and got my son a better xeon build to try video editing etc of his fortnite clips.
I bought one of the 1tb crucial ssds from Amazon a few weeks ago, would that work in this? Cheers?
jameshothothot17/08/2019 10:54

I got a q6600 for my son orignally and could oly do one overclock I think …I got a q6600 for my son orignally and could oly do one overclock I think 2.6 something to 2.8 something on stock cooler due to temps.Would coat 20 quid to get a better cooler but given how cheap pc was... Didnt seem right!Pc was 45 with 8gb ram and got 7870 for 55. Total cost 100. Marketed it as a budget gaming pc and sold it for 200 and got my son a better xeon build to try video editing etc of his fortnite clips.


I think adding an SSD to an older system makes a massive difference in performance. I've added them to all of my older systems. Really makes them very responsive.
Can you still use a graphic card on this system even though the graphic card is built in. Cheers in advance
gtd6517/08/2019 11:00

I think adding an SSD to an older system makes a massive difference in …I think adding an SSD to an older system makes a massive difference in performance. I've added them to all of my older systems. Really makes them very responsive.


Ha yes! I sold it with a boot drive and a 2nd drive foe games taken from an old laptop as a way go boost performance. But yes since then I have beem trying to get my son into pc flipping and best trick is to get an ssd (so cheap now bought 3x240gb for 14 quid on prime day!) and a budget gpu and find those old 'business' machines and unleash the power of the still good cpu eg 1st gen i7 or xeon or 2nd gen i5
EagleUK17/08/2019 10:20

Yep, OEM Pro copy.3200g - £89.98CIT F3 - £24A320M-H - £418GB DDR4 -£25PSU - …Yep, OEM Pro copy.3200g - £89.98CIT F3 - £24A320M-H - £418GB DDR4 -£25PSU - £20120GB SSD - £13.85Windows 10 Pro OEM - £10.29£224.12That's obviously having to find where everything is cheapest but good deal for what it is.


Just because you can buy a OEM key for £10 doesn't make it legitimate
XEntity17/08/2019 10:27

So just checking the reviews, the items are marked as unsold, even on the …So just checking the reviews, the items are marked as unsold, even on the individual items, and the reviews appear to be all added in groups on the same dates, i.e. added by the same person not across various dates as expected.. this seems very dodgy to me. I wouldn't do it..


Seller has no negs (yes I know this usually doesn't mean squat) and you get free returns via Paypal. Worth a punt if you need something like this.
Jonnyblock17/08/2019 10:59

I bought one of the 1tb crucial ssds from Amazon a few weeks ago, would …I bought one of the 1tb crucial ssds from Amazon a few weeks ago, would that work in this? Cheers?


Don’t see why not
Sqsq17/08/2019 11:12

Seller has no negs (yes I know this usually doesn't mean squat) and you …Seller has no negs (yes I know this usually doesn't mean squat) and you get free returns via Paypal. Worth a punt if you need something like this.


My point is more that the 3 year warranty isn't worth anything if you can't contact them in a few months.. and that's even if it turns up.. you are probably best building yourself and at least you can get a guaranteed year warranty and save a couple of quid..
shappinbegs17/08/2019 11:06

Just because you can buy a OEM key for £10 doesn't make it legitimate



tbh am surprised there are not more pro licences out there being legitimately sold at £10 an under. Nearly every business laptop/pc is sold with one but all the big firms have their own subscriptions models to suit their requirements.

The EU ruling telling Microsoft and Oracle that when they sell perpetual licences that also means they can not stop the purchaser reselling as that is not a copyright infringement and does inhibit consumer rights. The disc being supplied is more the oddity here.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 17th Aug
shappinbegs17/08/2019 11:06

Just because you can buy a OEM key for £10 doesn't make it legitimate


Bought 100s of the 'cheap' ones, always been 'legit' and never come up against an issue, same as thousands of users. Will be similar to what the seller uses themselves. If you want to pay more then that's your own choice.
brawn27917/08/2019 11:01

Can you still use a graphic card on this system even though the graphic …Can you still use a graphic card on this system even though the graphic card is built in. Cheers in advance



Yes and thats probably the beest upgrade if its for playing games something like a 1050ti or rx550 the PSU has a single six pin pcie-.
Two sticks of ram 2x8 gb would be better also
Shame its not the 3400g 4c/8t chip tho
Buy witth a CC if you feel wobbly ...
Actually they do offer a upgraded PC with 3400G for 348 + better case , all else the same
Edited by: "GwanGy" 17th Aug
hazzabeee17/08/2019 10:49

Hot from me. But apparently Ryzen APUs really benefit from having two …Hot from me. But apparently Ryzen APUs really benefit from having two sticks of RAM (i.e. dual channel), so definitely consider an upgrade there (~£35) if you're having trouble. Also, 120GB is a fair bit, just remember to run disk cleanup after big Windows updates...



Thanks for reminding me about disc cleanup, I'd completely forgotten it. Now freed up much needed space on my SSD
May need to replace the PSU unless it's a decent brand.
Hammerit4417/08/2019 11:34

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10339287


Would've said worth a punt until I saw this!
Would this work as a 720p60 streaming PC? (Secondary PC)
GwanGy17/08/2019 11:52

Yes and thats probably the beest upgrade if its for playing games …Yes and thats probably the beest upgrade if its for playing games something like a 1050ti or rx550 the PSU has a single six pin pcie-.Two sticks of ram 2x8 gb would be better alsoShame its not the 3400g 4c/8t chip thoBuy witth a CC if you feel wobbly ...Actually they do offer a upgraded PC with 3400G for 348 + better case , all else the same


I have a 1070ti and a 1060 sc in 2 different systems but want to upgrade from a phenom and fx8350 which won't cost too much...is it worth an upgrade with this one. Cheers
Hammerit4417/08/2019 11:34

https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/10339287


Compulsory strike off.Company dissolved 5-3-2019.
Hmmm.....
I'd be concerned that this probably has 1 stick of 2400 ram. You will cripple the graphics performance running it with ram in this config by about 25%. To be honest you would be better building this with a 2200g and using the saved money for better ram. Or build it with a R3 1200 cpu at £50 and get a second hand R9 270 graphics card from CEX at £35 which as a combo will seriously outperform a Ryzen APU in games.
Would PayPal not be an insurance on the purchase?
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