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Ryzen 5 1600 "latest model" / RX590 / 1TB SSD / 16GB 3000mhz / Wifi / Phanteks Eclipse Case / RGB Kit inc from CCLonline - £632.99
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Ryzen 5 1600 "latest model" / RX590 / 1TB SSD / 16GB 3000mhz / Wifi / Phanteks Eclipse Case / RGB Kit inc from CCLonline - £632.99

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Posted 12th Mar

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

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 "latest model" 3.2GHz 6 Core 12 thread £92
Gigabyte B450 Gaming X £79
Adata XPG Gammix D10 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £65
PNY CS900 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £90
XFX Radeon RX 590 Fatboy 8GB Graphics Card £162
TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi £9
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £53
Phanteks Eclipse P300 Gaming Case - Black £50
AVP 3x RGB Fan and LED Kit £15

Total cost: £615 if bought at Todays rate.

Their Price: £632.99 INC 3 Years Warranty.

"for the ones interest in the 1600 with a dif case / more storage and increase on GPU over the RX580

CPU:
Latest 1600 Model here, upgrade to the 2700+£50 3600+£70

Motherboard:
Gaming X higher tier than "mini Styker's DSH3, upgrade to the gaming Plus by MSI +£15 or the Gigabyte B450 AORUS PRO +£23

Ram:
Adata XPG is good budget ram, upgrade to the RGB HyperX +£26
@ id call CCL and upgrade to the 3200mhz Hyperx 2x8 (16gb) non RGB +£10ish

Storage:
PNY CS900 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD selected, You can change to NVME 256/512/1tb in here for extra, or drop to 240GB+1TB/2TB HDD to keep cost within.

Fans:
RGB Fan Kit Selected, Can drop down to F12's if u want,

Cases:
Increased to the Phanteks Eclipse, Can save £19 by dropping the BOLT, this would be the larger ATX BOLT CASE.

Wifi Optional and included.

GPU:
Save £21 by dropping to the RX580, Various of GPU to increase, 1660 Super -> 2060/5700 -> 2070 (the ones not mentioned are not worthy to their counter part in the price league of the next one)..

PSU
Selected the normal BQ/PW9 600w Bronze, which is one of my favs, its only a little we bronze but the reliability is there and thats key to a good system for upgrading laters on, u can drop down and take the risk if u want, remember these systems do come with 3 years warranty, or for the gold buyers a selection of TX/RM is in there too.

Summary,
A good combination, An increase on the RX590 then the typical RX580 advertised, its a card what does consume some HEAT!, however its a very good performance budget card, so airflow is the key to this GPU, The Ryzen 1600 is the latest one, which offers just under in performance then the likes of 2600 but overclocks beautiful for the buyers interested in doing that so its good for first time buyers and the ones who wanna have a tinker with their systems to get the extra bite from it, budget ram 3,000mhz with the options to increase, call CCL up for the non HyperX version which is cheaper then the likes of the RGB version or go for that if u want 3200mhz ram. with plenty of SSD storage and options to change, decent reliable PSU here as well with other options,



Alternative you do have the "mini Styker packages which can be found here:

Case Review: youtube.com/wat…sWo

Ryzen 1600AF Review: youtube.com/wat…fis

RX580 VS RX590 Game Test. under a 2600 (near same spec as this CPU
youtube.com/wat…m38

1660 Super vs 2060 vs 5700 vs 1660TI RYZ-3600 youtube.com/wat…t1U




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9 Comments
1600 is not the latest Ryzen.
powerbrick12/03/2020 15:03

1600 is not the latest Ryzen.



1600AF although the website does not specifically state that.
powerbrick12/03/2020 15:03

1600 is not the latest Ryzen.


Read again


"Latest model"
Must be AF
Edited by: "deankdhdd" 12th Mar
ukhotdeals has a problem with me putting AF down. due to CCL not stating it is its a 1600AF....

Reason being, there is actually technical no such thing as 1600AF

However there is a Ryzen 1600 with a product code of YD1600BBAFBOX and then u have the older one YD1600BBAEBOX...

They are BOTH, Ryzen 1600....... 6core 12thread CPU, and its ONLY the media what call it 1600AF as a define definition.

we dont use FH either. AE / AF in other lines.

CCL has zero stock of Ryzen 5 6c/12t 1600 with a product code what has AE inside it.
sarden8412/03/2020 16:03

ukhotdeals has a problem with me putting AF down. due to CCL not stating …ukhotdeals has a problem with me putting AF down. due to CCL not stating it is its a 1600AF....Reason being, there is actually technical no such thing as 1600AFHowever there is a Ryzen 1600 with a product code of YD1600BBAFBOX and then u have the older one YD1600BBAEBOX...They are BOTH, Ryzen 1600....... 6core 12thread CPU, and its ONLY the media what call it 1600AF as a define definition. we dont use FH either. AE / AF in other lines. CCL has zero stock of Ryzen 5 6c/12t 1600 with a product code what has AE inside it.


Bit odd of them
powerbrick12/03/2020 16:53

Bit odd of them


yeah it is, its cos under the main item, the 1600 they list both product codes, so theirs no statement ur getting it, except from members like me who are saying they only have the AF, ive screen shotted CCL emails as well, and if u look at the 1600 in the A/Qs part they reply back its the 1600AF. so i have to list it a little different.
I really like these builds you've been putting out. Hoping you can find another prebuilt around £600-£700. I don't even know what im meant to be looking at, is ryzen 7 2600 better than ryzen 5 3600 etc. It really confuses me. I go to purchase one and then i get cold feet because I feel like im being conned into buying outdated tech haha. Anyway yeah thanks for posting builds.
RunninRiot04/04/2020 23:11

I really like these builds you've been putting out. Hoping you can find …I really like these builds you've been putting out. Hoping you can find another prebuilt around £600-£700. I don't even know what im meant to be looking at, is ryzen 7 2600 better than ryzen 5 3600 etc. It really confuses me. I go to purchase one and then i get cold feet because I feel like im being conned into buying outdated tech haha. Anyway yeah thanks for posting builds.



first digit is the generation.
1=2017
2=2018
3=2019

2nd dig ref to.. if it belongs to ryzen 3,5,7 range.
2/3=3
4/5/6=5
7/8/9=7

what ryzen 3/5/7 means is
3=4cores
5=6cores
7=8cores

as u seen in the ryzen 5 we got 456.... which also can be dif in thread count but keep same core count.... higher better more platform, so go for the highest.

then each own has "clock speed" boost speed" "TDP" and so on lol....

then we have at the end: X at the end: processors have slightly higher frequencies (base, turbo and XFR frequencies). From what we've seen so far, they hit the same overclocking ceilings as non-X variants. and then lower TDP aspect n so on lol i could go on with this all day as each X/non X between generations will differ, but golden rule, get non X if the price gap is somewhat for the X version and if not much get the X for better stock,

however if in media terms u see "AF" which is a made up product model from a change of product REF code, it is an old cpu generation,redone using something of the next tier up generation stuff therefore a good boost in performance, and usual cost to price per performance is exactly better than compared to the older dog of it self newer generation of its taken elements from at not much less performance. i.e 1600af beats in value a 2600/2600x.
sarden8404/04/2020 23:24

first digit is the generation.1=20172=20183=20192nd dig ref to.. if it …first digit is the generation.1=20172=20183=20192nd dig ref to.. if it belongs to ryzen 3,5,7 range.2/3=34/5/6=57/8/9=7what ryzen 3/5/7 means is3=4cores5=6cores7=8coresas u seen in the ryzen 5 we got 456.... which also can be dif in thread count but keep same core count.... higher better more platform, so go for the highest.then each own has "clock speed" boost speed" "TDP" and so on lol....then we have at the end: X at the end: processors have slightly higher frequencies (base, turbo and XFR frequencies). From what we've seen so far, they hit the same overclocking ceilings as non-X variants. and then lower TDP aspect n so on lol i could go on with this all day as each X/non X between generations will differ, but golden rule, get non X if the price gap is somewhat for the X version and if not much get the X for better stock, however if in media terms u see "AF" which is a made up product model from a change of product REF code, it is an old cpu generation,redone using something of the next tier up generation stuff therefore a good boost in performance, and usual cost to price per performance is exactly better than compared to the older dog of it self newer generation of its taken elements from at not much less performance. i.e 1600af beats in value a 2600/2600x.


I appreciate the in depth explanation! I’ll try and remember this.
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