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Ryzen 3600x CPU + B450 Giggabyte DS3H + 16GB RAM - £291.65 (With Code) @ eBay / CCL
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Ryzen 3600x CPU + B450 Giggabyte DS3H + 16GB RAM - £291.65 (With Code) @ eBay / CCL

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Posted 23rd Nov 2019

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2nd listing this one includes ram... even better then the deal i posted with out ram,
the other listing worked out at £243 for this CPU / Board...

so your paying £49 for Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4
- these usual around £27-30 on CCL per 8gb, so afew quid saving again on top of the excellent prices B450+CPU under my other listing,

Ive tested this AData, bench mark tested and its perfect its a hairline under the Ballisic version of the 3000mhz, for the price its well worth it,

other info from my other list on here:

Excellent price considering the cheapest Price for the 3600x CCL online



is 219 and the B450 board were £57 = 276, (board has gone upto £65)

The



3600 which gets recomended alot on the 3rd gen which could be somewhat



be cheaper at 177 this past week but time u add the cheaper B450 at £54 =



231 so for £12 extra a real bargain, these boards are nice, if your



going to O/C get a better board but that means extra cash and this is



aimed for folks who are going to keep things at stock so for them the



3600x at 12 pound more beats the 3600.. and its comes complete too. with



that 3year ccl warrenty.

The 3600x comes with a choice of Borderlands 3 or The Outer Worlds and 3 months xbox pass.

there is other boards on ebay from ccl with this CPU,
just type on ebay "ccl B450 3600X" (cheapest list order).....
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these are decent deals but not great motherboards :[
deankdhdd23/11/2019 18:21

hotukdeals.com/deals/ryzen-3600x-cpu-with-gigabyte-ds3h-motherboard-3340244^^^^^^^Cheaper here


No memory on that one pal
So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980ti

How does this compare?
deankdhdd23/11/2019 18:21

hotukdeals.com/deals/ryzen-3600x-cpu-with-gigabyte-ds3h-motherboard-3340244^^^^^^^Cheaper here



that my other post with out the ram pal.
snappyfish23/11/2019 18:22

So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this …So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this compare?


3600x is a fair bit better than the 4770k now
ritchiedrama23/11/2019 18:14

these are decent deals but not great motherboards :[



these boards a perfect for stock Cpu builds, ive had no issue whatsoever with them.
I read somewhere that some ryzen gen 3 chips will be reduced next Friday.

I personally bought a ryzen 3600 for a build I'm doing but I'm going to leave in the box until next weekend to see if the rumour is true or not.
sarden8423/11/2019 18:24

these boards a perfect for stock Cpu builds, ive had no issue whatsoever …these boards a perfect for stock Cpu builds, ive had no issue whatsoever with them.


yeh at this price it just doesnt matter.
For about the price of a comparitive intel cpu (if there is one being they are a generation behind) your getting a mobo and ram. Winner

imo the only issue is given the recent pricing on nvme (and the inevitable drop on pcie4 drives in the future) is x570 is the way to go. But then thats omitting any level of budget.


Heat
Anyone else read this in Captain Kirk's voice..?

39088891-ovpSU.jpg
I got an x470 board, 3600x and 16gb ddr 4. Chose the x470 full atx as the matx boards are too small and fiddly
r200ti23/11/2019 18:37

Winnerimo the only issue is given the recent pricing on nvme (and the …Winnerimo the only issue is given the recent pricing on nvme (and the inevitable drop on pcie4 drives in the future) is x570 is the way to go. But then thats omitting any level of budget. Heat


I noticed essentially zero real-world difference (besides the odd extraction of large uncompressed archives) between a cheap SATA Crucial SSD and the Intel 760p NVME I upgraded to. If that made such little difference, can't see PCIE4 drives being any different.
this is a cracking deal, i paid this 4 months ago for a 2700 and aorus 450 board..
I had this board when I first got my 2600 and it managed to die on me within a month.
Guess it didn't like the XMP overclock on my RAM.
Got RMA'd but immediately ditched it, so personally would not recommend, other than selling it straight on.
ritchiedrama23/11/2019 18:14

these are decent deals but not great motherboards :[


Why would u need a good motherboard for such a build? explain to me what the benefit of a more expensive motherboard would do for this setup?
Weehamish23/11/2019 22:11

Why would u need a good motherboard for such a build? explain to me what …Why would u need a good motherboard for such a build? explain to me what the benefit of a more expensive motherboard would do for this setup?


Overclocking is one as it has rubbish vrm coolers.

3600x is quite a nice cpu TBH, it is fair to say the gigabyte board is sub par.
tipsy197323/11/2019 23:05

Overclocking is one as it has rubbish vrm coolers.3600x is quite a nice …Overclocking is one as it has rubbish vrm coolers.3600x is quite a nice cpu TBH, it is fair to say the gigabyte board is sub par.


Why would you overclock this???? Vrm coolers for what? Wtf are you gonna do to this pc? Put this and a 200 quid board side by side and you couldnt tell the difference playing games. The only reason for better boards is more slots for things. Overclocking is a thing of the past. Theres minuscule performance gains from it these days. If this board supports all your hdds fits your card and supports your case fans its good. Ive had 300 quid motherboards before and its just a waste of money... spend 100 quid on one and youre good... this board will do its job.
Weehamish23/11/2019 23:11

Why would you overclock this???? Vrm coolers for what? Wtf are you gonna …Why would you overclock this???? Vrm coolers for what? Wtf are you gonna do to this pc? Put this and a 200 quid board side by side and you couldnt tell the difference playing games. The only reason for better boards is more slots for things. Overclocking is a thing of the past. Theres minuscule performance gains from it these days. If this board supports all your hdds fits your card and supports your case fans its good. Ive had 300 quid motherboards before and its just a waste of money... spend 100 quid on one and youre good... this board will do its job.


Did you get up on the wrong side of the bed today? The ds3h is not a good board and for 20 quid more a better board can be had end of. There are plenty of options on ccl's ebay page, not knocking the deal but the board is pish.
Edited by: "tipsy1973" 24th Nov 2019
I would not use this motherboard even for a Ryzen 1200.
Only B450 Mobo I'd go for is the the MSI Tomahawk
Edited by: "MrBlonde1" 24th Nov 2019
It comes pre-assembled and tested with a 3 year warranty. Most people aren't going to be overclocking. Looks like a pretty good deal to me. Can someone please explain why the ds3h is not a "good" board?
snappyfish23/11/2019 18:22

So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this …So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this compare?



Don't buy the Ryzen hype, you have zero need to upgrade with that spec, the i7 4770k is still an excellent processor for gaming and your graphics card is still high end also. I would recommend adding an extra 8gb stick of ddr3 ram if you wanted to upgrade something and buy an aftermarket cooler for the cpu to overclock it to 4ghz+ if you haven't already
Edited by: "Screamopilla" 24th Nov 2019
Screamopilla24/11/2019 17:44

Don't buy the Ryzen hype, you have zero need to upgrade with that spec, …Don't buy the Ryzen hype, you have zero need to upgrade with that spec, the i7 4770k is still an excellent processor for gaming and your graphics card is still high end also. I would recommend adding an extra 8gb stick of ddr3 ram if you wanted to upgrade something


Yep, I'm not a quick upgrade guy, just lost touch since i did built my current pc
Screamopilla24/11/2019 17:44

Don't buy the Ryzen hype, you have zero need to upgrade with that spec, …Don't buy the Ryzen hype, you have zero need to upgrade with that spec, the i7 4770k is still an excellent processor for gaming and your graphics card is still high end also. I would recommend adding an extra 8gb stick of ddr3 ram if you wanted to upgrade something


As much as I like to agree but its a 7 year old cpu vs a few month old cpu there is a massive difference in speed and extra instruction on the chips. I stuck with my 2500k on a z68 mainboard until 2017 then got a 7600k. Now comparing the 7600k to ryzen 3600k there is a difference. So if I can see a difference there I bet there is a mass difference between yours.

cpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…041
tipsy197324/11/2019 21:39

As much as I like to agree but its a 7 year old cpu vs a few month old cpu …As much as I like to agree but its a 7 year old cpu vs a few month old cpu there is a massive difference in speed and extra instruction on the chips. I stuck with my 2500k on a z68 mainboard until 2017 then got a 7600k. Now comparing the 7600k to ryzen 3600k there is a difference. So if I can see a difference there I bet there is a mass difference between yours.https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-4770K-vs-AMD-Ryzen-5-3600X/1537vs4041



Both of those cpus are i5s - quad core chips which are starting to struggle in the latest games which heavily utilize multiple cores & threads. You don't get the same issue on the i7 because it has 4 cores and 8 threads. I upgraded from an i5 4460 to the i7 4770k recently (overclocked slightly to 4ghz) and saw a big difference in games like Battlefield 5 and GTA V where frame-rates were much smoother with the i7 (I used to notice frequent framerate dips on the i5 which struggled to keep up). This is paired with a GTX 1070 and 16gb of DDR3 running at 2400mhz. In terms of Intel cpus, anything from an i7 2600k onwards (an 8 year old processor) will still handle games perfectly fine when paired with a decent graphics card unless you want framerates in the 100s. Even overclocked 1st gen i7s (and 6core 12 thread xeons using the same 1366 socket) can still function as ultra budget gaming cpus because of the extra cores and threads - check out youtube if you don't believe me. Intel has basically been running the same tech for a decade and getting away with a tweaked rebadge each year until AMD finally raised their game with Ryzen. This is part of the reason why Intel have finally been forced to moved their i5 chips over to 6 core and their i3s to quads. In pure single core power they're still very competitive for gaming vs Ryzen's equivalent imho (the quad core i3 9100f's gaming performance is impressive for the price)
Edited by: "Screamopilla" 24th Nov 2019
Here is a good comparison video from youtube to prove my point. Ok the cpu tested is an i7 4790k but the 4770k is unlocked and you can easily overclock it to the stock speed of an 4790k with a half-decent motherboard:
Edited by: "Screamopilla" 24th Nov 2019
snappyfish23/11/2019 18:22

So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this …So I have a Gigabyte Z87 UD5H I7 4770K 8gb DDR3 GTX 980tiHow does this compare?


Depends what you use the pc for.

It's a little long in the tooth but you may find a smaller upgrade such as a 1660 or 1070 GPU would do you for the moment at 1080p max settings and over 60fps.

I tend to keep main rigs for 5 years and swap gpus every other cycle.
Chaddy17125/11/2019 09:48

Depends what you use the pc for. It's a little long in the tooth but you …Depends what you use the pc for. It's a little long in the tooth but you may find a smaller upgrade such as a 1660 or 1070 GPU would do you for the moment at 1080p max settings and over 60fps.I tend to keep main rigs for 5 years and swap gpus every other cycle.



The 980 ti has 6gb of ram and is very close performance wise (or even equivalent) to a gtx 1070 8gb, see here:

gpu.userbenchmark.com/Com…609

It is still a high end card and commands a premium in the second hand market because of that. The only thing that would improve would be power comsumption but honestly there is no point in that upgrade. Get an extra stick of RAM and wait for a game that actually makes your setup struggle before upgrading. How old these cards and cpus are is really irrelevant when the tech isn't changing that much.
Edited by: "Screamopilla" 25th Nov 2019
Any thoughts on how this would compare to a ryzen 7 2700 and a Gigabyte A320M-S2H?

Can get both for less than 200 quid?

I'm no expert so would appreciate some input.
Screamopilla25/11/2019 11:59

The 980 ti has 6gb of ram and is very close performance wise (or even …The 980 ti has 6gb of ram and is very close performance wise (or even equivalent) to a gtx 1070 8gb, see here:https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-980-Ti-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1070/3439vs3609 It is still a high end card and commands a premium in the second hand market because of that. The only thing that would improve would be power comsumption but honestly there is no point in that upgrade. Get an extra stick of RAM and wait for a game that actually makes your setup struggle before upgrading. How old these cards and cpus are is really irrelevant when the tech isn't changing that much.


Cheers, blimey didn't realise the 980 was "that" good and is a "old" chipset if that.

Cheap ssd and some ram is always a good shout for a quick boost
Screamopilla24/11/2019 22:15

Both of those cpus are i5s - quad core chips which are starting to …Both of those cpus are i5s - quad core chips which are starting to struggle in the latest games which heavily utilize multiple cores & threads. You don't get the same issue on the i7 because it has 4 cores and 8 threads. I upgraded from an i5 4460 to the i7 4770k recently (overclocked slightly to 4ghz) and saw a big difference in games like Battlefield 5 and GTA V where frame-rates were much smoother with the i7 (I used to notice frequent framerate dips on the i5 which struggled to keep up). This is paired with a GTX 1070 and 16gb of DDR3 running at 2400mhz. In terms of Intel cpus, anything from an i7 2600k onwards (an 8 year old processor) will still handle games perfectly fine when paired with a decent graphics card unless you want framerates in the 100s. Even overclocked 1st gen i7s (and 6core 12 thread xeons using the same 1366 socket) can still function as ultra budget gaming cpus because of the extra cores and threads - check out youtube if you don't believe me. Intel has basically been running the same tech for a decade and getting away with a tweaked rebadge each year until AMD finally raised their game with Ryzen. This is part of the reason why Intel have finally been forced to moved their i5 chips over to 6 core and their i3s to quads. In pure single core power they're still very competitive for gaming vs Ryzen's equivalent imho (the quad core i3 9100f's gaming performance is impressive for the price)


I went from a 2500k to a 7600k myself and it's just starting to slighty show its age now

Next will be a 3800x depending on Intel's new line next year paired with a rx3 series. Sorted
Chaddy17125/11/2019 14:12

Cheers, blimey didn't realise the 980 was "that" good and is a "old" …Cheers, blimey didn't realise the 980 was "that" good and is a "old" chipset if that. Cheap ssd and some ram is always a good shout for a quick boost



Yea I didn't realise either until I started shopping around for used GTX 980s for a build - the vanilla 4gb is still v decent but the 6gb Ti is about 20-30% faster overall, quite impressive considering it was only a revision
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