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CCL Stryker Mini Gaming PC Ryzen 5 1600AF 16GB 3200mhz Ram from £466.99 "various Graphic card options" at CCLOnline
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CCL Stryker Mini Gaming PC Ryzen 5 1600AF 16GB 3200mhz Ram from £466.99 "various Graphic card options" at CCLOnline

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Posted 24th FebEdited by:"sarden84"

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

New fans added to the popular mini styker!. SOMETHING IVE BEEN ON CCL BACKS ABOUT FOR HOW LONG,!.... F12S N RGBS.

CPU:
AMD Ryzen 5 1600AF "Confirmed" 3.2GHz 6 Core £85
AMD Ryzen 7 2700 3.2GHz 8 Core +£46
AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6 Core +£73

MOTHERBOARD:
Gigabyte B450M DS3H £61
  • Gigabyte B450 AORUS M AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard +£20
  • MSI B450M MORTAR MAX AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard +££33 (PREM BOARD)

RAM:
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £70

SSD:
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £28
  • Maxtor By Seagate Z1 480GB 2.5" SATA III SSD +21
  • PNY CS900 960GB 2.5" SATA III SSD + £58

GRAPHICS CARD:
XFX Radeon RX 570 XXX 8GB Graphics Card £115
  • XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB GPU Graphics Card +£17 (£144)
  • Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card +£82 (£200)
  • Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Graphics Card +£162
  • MSI Radeon RX 5600 XT MECH 6GB Graphics Card + £165

PSU:
Be Quiet! System Power 9 500W 80+ Bronze PSU £45
  • Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU +£6


CASE:
A/COOL BOLT MINI £31

NEW: FANS!!!
2 x Arctic F12 Case £6 here.. usual more..
AVP RGB Modding Kit 3x12cm Fans/2xLED Strips/1xRemote Control + £9 (16)

Base products: £441 Built with 3 years warranty: £467

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MY PICKS, gOOD end budget In Bold

link: cclonline.com/pc/…03/

if can go £65 extra then 1660 super.

optional: go higher on motherboard. + 480GB SSD

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optional extras:

Optional HDD
Seagate BarraCuda 1TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £35
  • Seagate BarraCuda 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive +£18

optional Wi-Fi
  • # TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi +9
    ## TP-Link Archer T4E 1200Mbps PCI Express WiFi +£26


# This will be my last prebuilt system for a while, having a break on them.
see comments from members for additional advice. .
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Is there much of a difference in performance from SSD to m.2?
redblueice24/02/2020 17:03

Is there much of a difference in performance from SSD to m.2?


"speed in general"...... nec not needed over a transitional SSD, its a nice addition if u can afford it, however there is more inportant aspect to consider such as GPU for people on lower budgets
I'm after a new PC just for the home office and not for games that is fairly quick (i7 and 8gb ram for Excel). In comparison to these gaming machines they come up more expensive on CCLs website. Am I missing something, as I always assumed the graphics is what makes a gaming machine more expensive?

I guess what I'm asking in a massively roundabout way, is whether I should buy this rather than an 'office PC'? Advice appreciated!
amit517524/02/2020 18:36

I'm after a new PC just for the home office and not for games that is …I'm after a new PC just for the home office and not for games that is fairly quick (i7 and 8gb ram for Excel). In comparison to these gaming machines they come up more expensive on CCLs website. Am I missing something, as I always assumed the graphics is what makes a gaming machine more expensive?I guess what I'm asking in a massively roundabout way, is whether I should buy this rather than an 'office PC'? Advice appreciated!


Depending on your use of Excel, you might want to consider 16GB.
The.Lone.Ranger24/02/2020 18:47

Depending on your use of Excel, you might want to consider 16GB.


Yes I probably will. Just do r get why CCLs office machines are more expensive than the gaming ones with similar processors/ram. Like I said I'm probably missing something.
amit517524/02/2020 19:03

Yes I probably will. Just do r get why CCLs office machines are more …Yes I probably will. Just do r get why CCLs office machines are more expensive than the gaming ones with similar processors/ram. Like I said I'm probably missing something.


have u had a look at the 3200G system? i posted or do u want something with abit more bang?
redblueice24/02/2020 17:03

Is there much of a difference in performance from SSD to m.2?


No, search youtube for "Does a Faster SSD Matter for Gamers??" video just uploaded by linus tech tips explaining how the difference is not even perceived by experts.
krisb1701d24/02/2020 21:20

No, search youtube for "Does a Faster SSD Matter for Gamers??" video just …No, search youtube for "Does a Faster SSD Matter for Gamers??" video just uploaded by linus tech tips explaining how the difference is not even perceived by experts.


I recently watched that and at the start everyone was certain that one of the SSDs was definetely more sluggish than the others so they instantly assumed it was the budget SSD, turns out it was actually an expensive one, and that the experts believed the budget SSD was infact faster. I dont know why this is the case but cant complain
redblueice24/02/2020 17:03

Is there much of a difference in performance from SSD to m.2?


Keep in mind m.2 is just a form factor and can be exactly the same performance as an ssd, you mean m.2 nvme?
I wish they'd add a low key case option for all their gaming PCs. Maybe Fractal Define for the high end ones and CiT Serenity for the cheaper mids
stringsonfire24/02/2020 23:07

I wish they'd add a low key case option for all their gaming PCs. Maybe …I wish they'd add a low key case option for all their gaming PCs. Maybe Fractal Define for the high end ones and CiT Serenity for the cheaper mids


call n swap cases, they allow it #subject it to being an uopgrade on price
Edited by: "sarden84" 24th Feb
Sawb24/02/2020 22:31

Keep in mind m.2 is just a form factor and can be exactly the same …Keep in mind m.2 is just a form factor and can be exactly the same performance as an ssd, you mean m.2 nvme?


Hi, yes sorry, I thought it was the same thing. I meant standard SSD with cable to motherboard Vs m.2 nvme where it looks like a ram module that plugs into the motherboard direct. I see figures like 1.5 times faster or even 10 times faster. I was thinking if I'd notice in gaming that much if at all. Thanks for the help.
amit517524/02/2020 19:03

Yes I probably will. Just do r get why CCLs office machines are more …Yes I probably will. Just do r get why CCLs office machines are more expensive than the gaming ones with similar processors/ram. Like I said I'm probably missing something.


Do they come with software? I think the machine here doesn't even come with Windows.
This look like a great deal. Can you run two monitors off this PC? I asked on the live chat but they didn't know.
sarden8424/02/2020 19:11

have u had a look at the 3200G system? i posted or do u want something …have u had a look at the 3200G system? i posted or do u want something with abit more bang?


Efforts are much appreciated will probably go for that
Better than the 3200G deal from before.
This one has a B450 Board too, which means you can OC the CPU as you see fit.

mail2625/02/2020 11:49

This look like a great deal. Can you run two monitors off this PC? I asked …This look like a great deal. Can you run two monitors off this PC? I asked on the live chat but they didn't know.



Yes you can, just connect the monitors to the graphics card via HDMI/Displayport. Afaik the RX 570 card (default option) can handle up to 6 displays...
Edited by: "Level0fZer0s" 25th Feb
redblueice24/02/2020 17:03

Is there much of a difference in performance from SSD to m.2?


I'd say... fairy minimal in general use. There's some specific edge cases it's awesome for.
Equally, some (mostly QLC) nvme are similarly priced to 2.5" sata and still about 3 times the speed so... why not?
Thread wise, it's perhaps not been made clear what the "big deal" is with the 1600AF. Basically a slightly underspec 2600. Makes for a decent build for the money.
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