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Ryzen 5 3600 16GB 3200Mhz ram plus various GPU options + Motherboard Trick from £556.99 @ CCL Online
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Ryzen 5 3600 16GB 3200Mhz ram plus various GPU options + Motherboard Trick from £556.99 @ CCL Online

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Posted 20th FebEdited by:"sarden84"

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

Deal 1:

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6 Core £145
Gigabyte B450M DS3H AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £62
HyperX FURY 16GB (2x 8GB) 3200MHz DDR4 RAM £70
Adata Ultimate SU630 240GB 2.5" SATA SSD £28
XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX 8GB GPU Graphics Card £144
Be Quiet! System Power 9 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £54
Aero Cool Bolt Mini Case - Black £32(CCL/ not pc picker)

uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…88M

Total web prices on items today: £536
There price built £556.99

3 Years Warranty, built, tested. #Add windows yourself.

#upgrade Graphics card:
1660 super +£65 2060 = £145* 5600XT + £148

#Upgrade SSD:
480GB SSD +21 1TB SSD +£58*

#ADD Wifi..

*My picks for this system however your budget dependent...

So a fantastic build using the Styker for a 3600 Build with a selection of GPU at all levels.

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Possible Deal 2 dependant on call centre advisor but worthy to try:

(Swap the case over to the ATX Version Bolt,)

You might of come across my recent cash back deal on the 3600 if u buy a X470 MSI Gaming plus which is £99.99...... The DS3H mb is £61.34 and if u purchase the X470 / 3600 combo the cashback from MSI is: £43... what you could do once u clicked on the mini stryker had a play around with the package you like, call CCL up state what u want and get them to up the Motherboard to the X470 MSI which should be £38.65 on top of whatever edit version of this link u made...... and u can claim £43 Back! they do charge a £25 part charge but most times then not no issue depending on who u speak to, plus just make it out like the DS3H wont be up to your standards, PS: its a perfect smashing board non the less.

X470: cclonline.com/pro…RkA

more on the 3600 / x470 here: for self builders. but prebuilt buyers can take adantage too!.

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SMSM42021/02/2020 23:18

This case is matx and the x470 is an atx board, don't think it would fit …This case is matx and the x470 is an atx board, don't think it would fit the case.


X470 is a chipset, not a board.
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Plenty of room for a better GPU.. bottleneck wise
Edited by: "Eldi" 20th Feb
Another nice system and room for future upgrades!
It’s a good system. Only shame is they don’t offer NVMe. I managed to pull some parts together with MP510, 1660 super and 32GB 3200ddr4 for similar price.
Edited by: "RickyWong" 20th Feb
RickyWong20/02/2020 21:56

It’s a good system. Only shame is they don’t offer NVMe. I managed to pul …It’s a good system. Only shame is they don’t offer NVMe. I managed to pull some parts together with MP510, 1660 super and 32GB 3200ddr4 for similar price.



£33more...
but mostly cos its got a motherboard Worth £13 more, and a RGB ram worth £12 more... so still good. with extra hdd options..

cclonline.com/pc/…03/
Edited by: "sarden84" 20th Feb
sarden8420/02/2020 22:04

£33more...but mostly cos its got a motherboard Worth £13 more, and a RGB r …£33more...but mostly cos its got a motherboard Worth £13 more, and a RGB ram worth £12 more... so still good. with extra hdd options..https://www.cclonline.com/pc/specialist-gaming-pcs/pba/ccl-stryker-gaming-pc/0700000402000200110000010003/


Not unless you source the parts somewhere else. Definitely go for the 1600AF CPU.
This case is matx and the x470 is an atx board, don't think it would fit the case.
SMSM42021/02/2020 23:18

This case is matx and the x470 is an atx board, don't think it would fit …This case is matx and the x470 is an atx board, don't think it would fit the case.


X470 is a chipset, not a board.
He's right, but they would swap the case to the ATX Bolt Case, as there is 2 versions, (ive updated it) but it was covered anyways.

if someone does a combo change on the so called mini bolt, they change to the larger one, an advice.

The larger case is taller/slimmer, the mini is fatter, we had some debate me vs CCL as there statement no fans in the front of the mini go into it, even though its advertised and ive done it myself lol, they also stated the mini cant take a fatboy which is incorrect as it can "done it" and they advert the mini with a fatboy under there listing on ebay too. , so moral of the story, any changes they feel fall out the the mini slight bigger n slimmer ATX is usual offered or change to something else of your chosen. so deal 2 is very workable..
Edited by: "sarden84" 21st Feb
sarden8421/02/2020 23:27

He's right, but they would swap the case to the ATX Bolt Case, as there is …He's right, but they would swap the case to the ATX Bolt Case, as there is 2 versions, (ive updated it) but it was covered anyways.if someone does a combo change on the so called mini bolt, they change to the larger one, an advice.The larger case is taller/slimmer, the mini is fatter, we had some debate me vs CCL as there statement no fans in the front of the mini go into it, even though its advertised and ive done it myself lol, they also stated the mini cant take a fatboy which is incorrect as it can "done it" and they advert the mini with a fatboy under there listing on ebay too. , so moral of the story, any changes they feel fall out the the mini slight bigger n slimmer ATX is usual offered or change to something else of your chosen. so deal 2 is very workable..


Apparently they don't offer the Fatboy because the card obstructs the other PCI slots and people choose WiFi cards that they can't then fit. It's a lottery on what information you get told depending on who you talk to.
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andywedge21/02/2020 23:51

Thanks for posting, we have added this to the Highlights pages


Thank you.
I'd be interested to know how many fans it comes with.
I'm looking for a good PC for vray rendering, would this be a decent starting point?
drunkenmonk22/02/2020 12:09

I'm looking for a good PC for vray rendering, would this be a decent …I'm looking for a good PC for vray rendering, would this be a decent starting point?




Not really you need to payout a lot more.

This is for everyone I would advise to build a PC rather then buy this system you can pick better parts for around the same price the motherboard that comes with this is not very good very weak vrm and better ram as well strange they give 3200 when 3600 is the recommended for that cpu (some ram can overclock to hit this easily with good board)

To be fair to ccl price wise they are not to bad and the 3 year warranty does sound good but remember almost all these parts will have 3+ years anyway from manufacture.
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1) The motherboard does not have weak VRM, People use this when they reffer to the "tomahawk" in general because the tomahawk at £95 has better VRM, that does not mean it has weak / poor VRM for folks needs. - ive come across well more folks with this so called "motherboard" have reliability issues then any other board mind you...

2) Parts in this for a prebuilt are well fitting and only £20 above the part would cost "todays rate" when working/calc prices on todays market.

3) DRR4 3200mhz Ram hits the sweet spot, exceeding well performance, price to performance. bang on, 3600mhz is excess, way to much in cost in general for parts, unless a fab deal comes along and then has poor CAS unless u go for expensive and the ones where 3600mhz would benefit wouldn't be looking at this system.

4) this is a 3rd Gen Ryzen perfect budget machine, parts are excellent, dont break the bank and dont leave u with some cak either.,

5) i advice to add in additional fans,
Edited by: "sarden84" 22nd Feb
drunkenmonk22/02/2020 12:09

I'm looking for a good PC for vray rendering, would this be a decent …I'm looking for a good PC for vray rendering, would this be a decent starting point?


drop down to the 2700 in the options, the addtional cores will do you more well in this regard.
Nice deal OP, I'm extremely tempted by some of these that you post! I wonder if the Corona virus situation will have a knock on impact on the prices of CPUs etc....
Edited by: "throwawaysociety" 24th Feb
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