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Ryzen 3600, 16gb Ram 256Gb Nvme, RX580 (No Windows) £662 / "£40 worth of Game Planet Vouchers" @ CCL Online

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Posted 9th Apr

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6 Core £164
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £77
Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 256GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD £54
ASUS Radeon RX 580 AREZ 8GB Graphics Card £154
ASUS TUF B450M-PRO GAMING AMD Motherboard £95
2 x Arctic F12 Case Fans £8
Aero Cool Bolt Mini Case - Black £31
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £66

parts value today: £649.99

Their cost £662

optional extras:
Harddrive + Wifi or RGB Ram in drop down menu.

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Not a bad deal, you can pickup Win10 keys for <£5 online. Just needs a 1TB HDD added in and it would be a decent 1080p gaming machine.
Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 with a Rx 580 gpu? Or is this just more for multitasking?

I'm trying to find a 2600x self build with rx580, 500gb ssd, 16gb 3200mhz ram and a decent motherboard (eyeing MSI gaming pro carbon) for under £600 that was definitely achievable about a month ago but proving quite difficult now.
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:27

Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 …Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 with a Rx 580 gpu? Or is this just more for multitasking?I'm trying to find a 2600x self build with rx580, 500gb ssd, 16gb 3200mhz ram and a decent motherboard (eyeing MSI gaming pro carbon) for under £600 that was definitely achievable about a month ago but proving quite difficult now.


somewhat more bonus, depending on the title of the game tbh, as time moves along the 3600 would be perfect fit for that gpu upgrade as time goes along, and then some games will take more advantage of the 3600... good future proof aspect.

gen.. i would always say go 1600af rather then 2600 last month cos or the price is much nicer, but atm the gap is closing spec if u went for the tuf deal i post where as the 2600 is 109.. n the af is 95..

and i would also say go older generation 1600af/2600 rather then cut on ur gpu.

example
1660af /1660 super = 300
3600 / rx580 = 300ish...

not rocket science......... however as much as i tell folks gpu over cpu... folks will buy which is a valid point the 3600 as its future proofing.... they believe define. but however we are going into 8cores so its debatable..... what we call future proofing lol defo will handle higher gpu down the line better non the less
wow...
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:27

Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 …Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 with a Rx 580 gpu? Or is this just more for multitasking?I'm trying to find a 2600x self build with rx580, 500gb ssd, 16gb 3200mhz ram and a decent motherboard (eyeing MSI gaming pro carbon) for under £600 that was definitely achievable about a month ago but proving quite difficult now.


uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Jq3 I did this on pc part picker for my brother. Look at cex for 2nd hand to cut price they give a 2 year warranty. I imagine you could have it for less then 500 using 2nd hand parts here and there.
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:27

Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 …Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 with a Rx 580 gpu? Or is this just more for multitasking?I'm trying to find a 2600x self build with rx580, 500gb ssd, 16gb 3200mhz ram and a decent motherboard (eyeing MSI gaming pro carbon) for under £600 that was definitely achievable about a month ago but proving quite difficult now.


The 3600 takes it to 670ish again use a few 2nd hand parts and prices will come down. Made a older machine 4yr ago for a friend and his parts are still going fine from cex :-)
nydare09/04/2020 14:39

The 3600 takes it to 670ish again use a few 2nd hand parts and prices will …The 3600 takes it to 670ish again use a few 2nd hand parts and prices will come down. Made a older machine 4yr ago for a friend and his parts are still going fine from cex :-)


My concern with things like this is that I get anxious parts may make other parts fail and I can't say I know enough right now to be able to tell which parts fail (I'm very new to this and it's my first pc I'm doing myself). I've bought a refurbed Rx 580 with 1 year manufacturer warranty and that's about at risky as I'd like to go (although am considering changing to a 1660).
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:42

My concern with things like this is that I get anxious parts may make …My concern with things like this is that I get anxious parts may make other parts fail and I can't say I know enough right now to be able to tell which parts fail (I'm very new to this and it's my first pc I'm doing myself). I've bought a refurbed Rx 580 with 1 year manufacturer warranty and that's about at risky as I'd like to go (although am considering changing to a 1660).

I can only speak from experience. All his is working well. But even so in the build I linked you can still save a bit more cutting back on storage sizes.

Take a smaller ssd as a boot and game drive and a smaller mechanical drive and can get down to 615
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:42

My concern with things like this is that I get anxious parts may make …My concern with things like this is that I get anxious parts may make other parts fail and I can't say I know enough right now to be able to tell which parts fail (I'm very new to this and it's my first pc I'm doing myself). I've bought a refurbed Rx 580 with 1 year manufacturer warranty and that's about at risky as I'd like to go (although am considering changing to a 1660).


uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Df9
I am buying this. Otherwise I would have spent nearly £590 on similar but a bit of a downgrade parts than above and it would have been my first time building a pc. Thanks for the find.
Basir_Yaseen09/04/2020 14:55

I am buying this. Otherwise I would have spent nearly £590 on similar but …I am buying this. Otherwise I would have spent nearly £590 on similar but a bit of a downgrade parts than above and it would have been my first time building a pc. Thanks for the find.


If you was prepared to build, definitely shop around and build. You won’t regret it
Newbie to pc gaming etc would this be ok to play GTA LSPDFR & COD ? Would I need anything else other than windows ? Thanks in advance
JohnnyRoller09/04/2020 14:59

If you was prepared to build, definitely shop around and build. You won’t r …If you was prepared to build, definitely shop around and build. You won’t regret it


I looked at quite a lot of tutorials on building it doesn't seem that difficult. But this is a better deal imo if I was to get all the parts and do it myself, maybe I would find building a bit fun but I am really nervous of breaking things.
Basir_Yaseen09/04/2020 15:10

I looked at quite a lot of tutorials on building it doesn't seem that …I looked at quite a lot of tutorials on building it doesn't seem that difficult. But this is a better deal imo if I was to get all the parts and do it myself, maybe I would find building a bit fun but I am really nervous of breaking things.


I highly doubt you would break anything, it is as simple as plugging stuff in and turning it on
Basir_Yaseen09/04/2020 15:10

I looked at quite a lot of tutorials on building it doesn't seem that …I looked at quite a lot of tutorials on building it doesn't seem that difficult. But this is a better deal imo if I was to get all the parts and do it myself, maybe I would find building a bit fun but I am really nervous of breaking things.


Hardest part to PC building is connecting the case jumpers to the motherboard, this is resolved in most modern motherboards by coming with a jumper block that you clip the power, reset and HDD LED into. Other than that it's like lego parts that will only fit together one way ,very simple to do just take your time. I'd always encourage people to build over buying a prebuilt, that way when something breaks you can confidently open it up and replace the part!

Regarding the query someone wrote earlier about 1600 vs 3600 I'd say go with the 3600, the 1600 is a few years old now and whilst it's still a decent processor you're getting a nice performance boost in the 3rd gen Ryzen and also futureproofing.
dtlewis2809/04/2020 15:01

Newbie to pc gaming etc would this be ok to play GTA LSPDFR & COD ? Would …Newbie to pc gaming etc would this be ok to play GTA LSPDFR & COD ? Would I need anything else other than windows ? Thanks in advance


It would handle playing those games at 1080p no problems, no sure which COD you're referring to but at worst you'll have to turn down a setting or two. Will still smash the pants off console graphics and frame rates
SquallLeonheart09/04/2020 15:26

It would handle playing those games at 1080p no problems, no sure which …It would handle playing those games at 1080p no problems, no sure which COD you're referring to but at worst you'll have to turn down a setting or two. Will still smash the pants off console graphics and frame rates


Thank you appreciate it
@sarden84 mind if I ask some advice?

I have a desktop I built a few years back, super tight budget at the time. G4560/H110M 8gb ram. I now have a bit more cash so would like to upgrade.

I don't game so that's not a factor. Do I just grab an i5 kabylake and 16gb ram or should I go Ryzen 5/B450. In all honesty the PC works okay for what I use it for, general internet and some video encoding , 4K streaming, but I am in a position to upgrade now, so I'd rather do so now than wait till it needs upgrading as I may not be able to then. Plus, it will give me something to do in isolation!

Which way would you advise I go? I'm not in a rush so if you think it's worth waiting for a certain price point etc then that's cool I just can't decide on what upgrade path to take.
SquallLeonheart09/04/2020 15:25

Hardest part to PC building is connecting the case jumpers to the …Hardest part to PC building is connecting the case jumpers to the motherboard, this is resolved in most modern motherboards by coming with a jumper block that you clip the power, reset and HDD LED into. Other than that it's like lego parts that will only fit together one way ,very simple to do just take your time. I'd always encourage people to build over buying a prebuilt, that way when something breaks you can confidently open it up and replace the part!Regarding the query someone wrote earlier about 1600 vs 3600 I'd say go with the 3600, the 1600 is a few years old now and whilst it's still a decent processor you're getting a nice performance boost in the 3rd gen Ryzen and also futureproofing.


In regards to the 1600, I believe the recently released 1600AF is much more comparable to the 2600 series and performance is almost identical. Future proofing is what is putting me towards the 3600, I know I'll end up just wanting better and better as soon as I've built it lol
ALTERNATIVE LINE.

if u jump on to the 1600af mortar post i did the other day...

time u whack this up to the its here:
cclonline.com/pc/…02/

talking £615

styker:
mortar is better board. (this board is +5 more here on the web.)

this deal:
nvme ram worth £23 alone extra.
ASus rx580 is better, then the XFX..... £13.00

651 there vs £662 here.......

but this u get the £40 credit......

so anyone who wants a 1600AF! go for the mortar package,

i use to do the 1600af with the cheap MB's but they are expensive so u might as well get a decent mb for the cost to value factor thats how my posted idea deals work. cost to value, then its upto..

im here to give ideas of "interesting deals"
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Apr
Nice deal. If you wanted quad HD (1440) gaming which graphics card upgrade from the ones offered would make the most sense?

(I am well out of touch with current equipment - haven't upgraded my current pc for about 5 years!)
Edited by: "kingkano" 9th Apr
J124009/04/2020 15:50

@sarden84 mind if I ask some advice? I have a desktop I built a few years …@sarden84 mind if I ask some advice? I have a desktop I built a few years back, super tight budget at the time. G4560/H110M 8gb ram. I now have a bit more cash so would like to upgrade.I don't game so that's not a factor. Do I just grab an i5 kabylake and 16gb ram or should I go Ryzen 5/B450. In all honesty the PC works okay for what I use it for, general internet and some video encoding , 4K streaming, but I am in a position to upgrade now, so I'd rather do so now than wait till it needs upgrading as I may not be able to then. Plus, it will give me something to do in isolation!Which way would you advise I go? I'm not in a rush so if you think it's worth waiting for a certain price point etc then that's cool I just can't decide on what upgrade path to take.


only you can decide whats right pal.....

how much would that aspect cost you?.... u seen any deals combos?

under my name is "box deal"...... part built. if u do go ryzen that one might be the best option for u.
kingkano09/04/2020 16:00

Nice deal. If you wanted quad HD (1440) gaming which graphics card …Nice deal. If you wanted quad HD (1440) gaming which graphics card upgrade from the ones offered would make the most sense? (I am well out of touch with current equipment - haven't upgraded my current pc for about 5 years!)


Honest advice: if u wanna go higher in the GPU options on this i would personal avoid this deal.. ill go into this in a minute.
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Apr
sarden8409/04/2020 16:02

only you can decide whats right pal..... how much would that aspect cost …only you can decide whats right pal..... how much would that aspect cost you?.... u seen any deals combos?under my name is "box deal"...... part built. if u do go ryzen that one might be the best option for u.



Not looked at the I5's as I'd probably try to grab one second hand off the bay, I'd be looking at around £230 if I switched to Ryzen, not seen any combo deals.

Sorry having a thick moment, can't see box deal in your profile.
as the above guy just asked, is it worth jumping up the gpu in this deal.. its in line but the asus is by far one of the costly..

if we jump this straight up the 2060 / 5600xt we are now talking 867/896 or something..

ur best of going here: hotukdeals.com/dea…681


ive put that as a 32gb / 3600x.. as the 3600 was expensive, its come now so its down to £962.. remove some of the ram, remove the rgb ram.. were at £872

now this line inc a 5600xt and a 500gb ssd which is £10 more value then a 256gb nvme here. but u also got 2tb ive selected.....

this is why i post reg of CCL deals in dif ways as one deal suits one way and another suits another..... just ask and ill reply the best way for u.

^ u can remove the aspect too..

main link here:
cclonline.com/pc/…04/

@kingkano
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Apr
i built my 3600x pc the other week, i bought the 450 gaming pro mobo with cpu and 16gb 3600 ram fitted so that saved me messing with thermal paste which can be messy, fitted to a nice corsair case, 600w gold psu, 500 GB m2 ssd plus a 2TB sata, mobo has built in wifi and bluetooth, all for about £680 and just added my 1660 ti card so theres lots of options and for anyone thinking i cant build one, 8 screws to fit the mobo to the case, 1 screw for the M2 sata, 4 screws for the psu, hdd fit is screwless, case cables are really easy to fit as most come in prefitted plugs, hardest part is routing the sata cables and psu cables but as mines not on show i dont care how they look, all in all took me about 30 minutes, i madfe a bootable windows 10 usb stick and hey presto. Pre built is great but for similar money you can buy slightly better parts
@kingkano

dont forget about this one: box.co.uk/Cub…846

buy the extra ram elsewhere... and check out gpu elsewhere. do windows urself.

ram was £39 amazon last time i looked.

main box deal is under my name for more info.. last week..

thats a great one for noobs to play around with who dont mind a little fiddle.
Coolcatcarter8809/04/2020 16:58

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Certain parts prices have increased dramatically since then. This is all about today!
sarden8409/04/2020 16:58

@kingkano dont forget about this one: …@kingkano dont forget about this one: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2336001,2343948,2386960,2472019,2725846buy the extra ram elsewhere... and check out gpu elsewhere. do windows urself. ram was £39 amazon last time i looked.main box deal is under my name for more info.. last week..thats a great one for noobs to play around with who dont mind a little fiddle.


Would this come with a single 8 gb stick or two 4 gb's? Ram seems to always be expensive when adding to the build on a package.If it indeed was two x 4 gb's would another 2x 4 gb be the same performance as 2 x gb?
SquallLeonheart09/04/2020 14:24

Not a bad deal, you can pickup Win10 keys for <£5 online. Just needs a 1TB …Not a bad deal, you can pickup Win10 keys for <£5 online. Just needs a 1TB HDD added in and it would be a decent 1080p gaming machine.


Do you have any good links for Win10 key?
Guys any help would be amaxing, I bought this along two additional fans. But there is no morw ports on the motherbord to run them... How do i get them tpo work> Cheers
billyboyjones09/04/2020 17:41

Would this come with a single 8 gb stick or two 4 gb's? Ram seems to …Would this come with a single 8 gb stick or two 4 gb's? Ram seems to always be expensive when adding to the build on a package.If it indeed was two x 4 gb's would another 2x 4 gb be the same performance as 2 x gb?


it comes with 1x8gb ;-)
jmiglorine09/04/2020 17:56

Guys any help would be amaxing, I bought this along two additional fans. …Guys any help would be amaxing, I bought this along two additional fans. But there is no morw ports on the motherbord to run them... How do i get them tpo work> Cheers


plenty of videos on youtube. find a video which matches ur fans connectors.
sarden8409/04/2020 16:58

@kingkano dont forget about this one: …@kingkano dont forget about this one: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2336001,2343948,2386960,2472019,2725846buy the extra ram elsewhere... and check out gpu elsewhere. do windows urself. ram was £39 amazon last time i looked.main box deal is under my name for more info.. last week..thats a great one for noobs to play around with who dont mind a little fiddle.


Thanks some brilliant advice on those reply posts to me. Much appreciated - will consider the options some more.

I'm not totally against building myself either - just slightly worried when the first thing I saw on pc parts picker is that the motherboard might fail to boot without a bios upgrade, which can't be done if you have the wrong CPU!

I have upgraded my current PC several times in the past, ncluding the full MB cpu and ram upgrade last time, and built from scratch many years ago. Shameful to admit but it's really old and needs replacing now not possible to upgrade. (Q6600 and 4gb ram!! With a 12 yr old Corsair 620W PSU!)

@irradiated where did you get the bundle of MB CPU etc preinstalled from out of interest?
Edited by: "kingkano" 9th Apr
kingkano09/04/2020 18:24

Thanks some brilliant advice on those reply posts to me. Much appreciated …Thanks some brilliant advice on those reply posts to me. Much appreciated - will consider the options some more.I'm not totally against building myself either - just slightly worried when the first thing I saw on pc parts picker is that the motherboard might fail to boot without a bios upgrade, which can't be done if you have the wrong CPU!I have upgraded my current PC several times in the past, ncluding the full MB cpu and ram upgrade last time, and built from scratch many years ago. Shameful to admit but it's really old and needs replacing now not possible to upgrade. (Q6600 and 4gb ram!! With a 12 yr old Corsair 620W PSU!)@irradiated where did you get the bundle of MB CPU etc preinstalled from out of interest?


"max" inside msi ones are ready, alot of the others are ready but is hit n miss.

another option! lol...

awd-it.co.uk/amd…tml

nice mid board, a very good one at that..... which is valued at £80/85

which for £229.... means ur getting the 3600 at yesterdays cost offers too.
@ £145...and its pre done...
Edited by: "sarden84" 9th Apr
@kingkano not to rush u.. if u were going full self built ^ even though its 2 items done.. but doing the rest, be quick as its the last one.
also here is a nice case at a very nice price, open air front, RGB.. why spend £30 on a case with bad airflow if ur self building and then time u add fans, get the prem aspect at decent cost and that is what this one covered:

ps: "The almost" aspect is cos of the RGB 4pin, but the latest cases come with sata =sorted.

cclonline.com/pro…14/

Video by @mikesunboxing
youtube.com/wat…3Ns
sarden8409/04/2020 18:19

plenty of videos on youtube. find a video which matches ur fans connectors.


thanks
kaplonk09/04/2020 14:27

Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 …Would you say you'd get much gaming benefit with a 3600 to say an 1600 with a Rx 580 gpu? Or is this just more for multitasking?I'm trying to find a 2600x self build with rx580, 500gb ssd, 16gb 3200mhz ram and a decent motherboard (eyeing MSI gaming pro carbon) for under £600 that was definitely achievable about a month ago but proving quite difficult now.


Awd-it has a carbon with 3600 and the ram for about £300 as a bundle. Should be able to find the other bits for sub £300
Gav_88109/04/2020 21:17

Awd-it has a carbon with 3600 and the ram for about £300 as a bundle. …Awd-it has a carbon with 3600 and the ram for about £300 as a bundle. Should be able to find the other bits for sub £300


Do they come out together? Feels like it ruins the self build experience quite a bit and not sure I trust them being new
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