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Posted 9 September 2022

Ryzen 5 5600G - 16GB - 1TB Samsung 980 Windows Vega System £399.99 at Palicomp

£399.99
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  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - 6 Cores - 12 Threads - 3.9/4.4Ghz £130
  • ASUS Prime A520M-K £50
  • ADATA 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz £50
  • SAMSUNG 1TB 980 M.2 nVME £78
  • 1stPLAYER DKD3A Black £43
  • AMD Radeon Vega Graphics
  • BUILDER 500W OEM(see options to boost)
  • MICROSOFT Windows 10/11 or 10/11 Pro £50

Price: 399.99 (non windows version not available now)


BACKDOOR BOOSTERS: ADD TO SAME BASKET)


Step 1) OEM's to KOLINK 500W +10
Step 2) KOLINK 500W to KOLINK 600W +5 OR 500W - Corsair 750w Gold

A520M-K to B550M-K 25
A520M-K to ASUS B550M-A WIFI 55




Non Windows Version:

  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - 6 Cores - 12 Threads - 3.9/4.4Ghz £130
  • ASUS Prime A520M-K £50
  • ADATA 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz £50
  • ADATA 480GB SSD
  • PALICOMP RAIDER £29
  • AMD Radeon Vega Graphics
  • BUILDER 500W OEM (see options to boost)

Price: £325

BACKDOOR BOOSTERS: ADD TO SAME BASKET)

Step 1) OEM's to KOLINK 500W +10
Step 2) KOLINK 500W to KOLINK 600W +5 OR 500W - Corsair 750w Gold

A520M-K to B550M-K 25
A520M-K to ASUS B550M-A WIFI 55

SAMSUNG 500GB 980 M.2 NVME 15
480GB SSD to CRUCIAL 1TB M.2 NVME 40



UNDER 300S

  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - 6 Cores - 12 Threads - 3.9/4.4Ghz £130
  • ASUS Prime A320M-K £35
  • ADATA 8GB DDR4 2666MHZ
  • ADATA 240GB SSD
  • PALICOMP RAIDER £29
  • AMD Radeon Vega Graphics
  • BUILDER 500W OEM (see options to boost)

Price: £268 (top up CPU on site)
+ 65 Double up deal = £333 = dead = may as well go for the £325 above and get A520.
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    What would be a decent budget graphics card for this?
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    570 4GB cex
    580 4GB Cex
    2060 via ebay code when it comes back at 195
    3060 used be good if u can get one sub 250.

    but id go to X model on site, if u was doing a gpu straight away.

    if u need a working pc, happy with vega onboard as interim.....solid.
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    I'm guessing this onboard Vega is good enough for some Photoshop / Illustrator / light video editing?
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    Explains.
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    OMG, definitely don't need the Windows in this case. (edited)
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    I paid £2.30 for windows 10 pro a few days ago
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    This is pretty good for the spec! I'd question the necessity of the Samsung 980 NVMe drive in this kind of system though - if the end user is going to add a decent GPU then it might make sense, otherwise a cheaper yet still decent 1TB NVMe would be slightly cheaper.
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    It's a 980 (so PCIE 3.0), not a 980 Pro (in case you were wondering why such a machine would need a PCIE 4.0 NVMe drive).
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    I'm on the look out for a new PC, not a gamer just require something which will do a home office enviroment. I've had several dells and currently a cheap Packard bell but I am not technically minded so as the great Michael Scott said..Explain to me like I am a 5 year old. My wifi is an issue as it cuts out now and again so a good wifi set up would be ideal. I just have an EE router so if I can upgrade that it would be great, getting a powerline in would need an electrician as I only have single sockets at the PC and router.
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    I let an expert chip in on the PC advice but I sorted my poor wifi by using Tenda Nova MW5 mesh WiFi nodes. You plug one in the router and one or more around the house. You then ignore the original WiFi network and log into the new Tenda one.

    It was a five minute job to set up and very simple. My home router is OK for speed direct from the wall, it was the speed of its wireless transfer that was lacking.

    Using my router while sat next to it I get have the download speeds I do using the Tenda mesh WiFi on the other side of the house! Unless you have a big house you'll probably only need a pair. (edited)
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    Sarden, you're the best. Keep up the good work!
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    I've gone ahead and bought this with a few tweeks so thanks sarden. I added

    32GB DDR4 3200Mhz - CORSAIR- Vengeance LPX
    Internal Wireless (WIFI) Wireless N - 300Mbps
    Creative Sound Blaster Audigy FX 5.1 PCI-E,
    INTERNAL 80IN1 5.25'' Media Card Reader
    PCI-E USB3.0 Card - 4 Ports
    BE QUIET! Pure Rock - Ultra Quiet Option - (AIR)
    SAMSUNG 24X DVD+/-RW Dual Layer & Dual Format


    comes out at £671
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    Please let us know your experience of Palicomp, how long it takes etc as I'm very tempted. Thanks in advance.
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    Can't seem to get rid of the "free" windows to save the £50

    OK. My misunderstanding. You shopped for parts, opting for self build.
    I appreciate it is just screwing everything together, but would it not be better to purchase paying for the build (and free software), and get a warranty that covers it all? After, there's no guarantee you didn't break it on the install. (edited)
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    looks like they have site edited the deal for windows only now.
    edited the deal to reflect the new. (edited)
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    @sarden84 I’m currently running an old i5 2500k and a 980. It does the job at 1080p. I’m tempted by this and will just put the 980 for now. Am I going to see much difference FPS wise?
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    CPU intensive games is where ull feel the most power but a comfortable one on gpu intensive games though on the CPU differences. id boost to the 5600X on site as u wont need the vega.

    but complete new system price:
    The Question of logic due to the cost at 400 odd, for not that overall much performance , is there an intent to boost past a 980 within the first year? (edited)
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    I would upgrade the board but otherwise decent
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    Think it might finally be time to upgrade my 3570k was looking to get a 5600x motherboard bundle but this might work, hmm.
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    • AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - 6 Cores - 12 Threads 3.7/4.6Ghz
    • ASUS PRIME B550M-K
    • CORSAIR 16GB DDR4 3000Mhz
    • CRUCIAL 1TB P2 NVME M.2 SSD
    • SEAGATE 2TB HDD
    • NVIDIA RTX3070 8GB
    • GAMEMAX F15M MESH RGB + SEASONIC 650W 80+ GOLD PSU
    • MICROSOFT Windows 10/11 or 10/11 Pro
    PC BEST BUY
    -500 3070 onsite.
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    Saw Windows V before clicking the deal. Thought Vista was making a return
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    Is this good for office work with lots of internet windows open plus excel, word powerpoint etc. Which upgrades would I need to select, it has lots on offer.
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    price has gone up at CCL, deal needs to expire as i cant edit it due to a huk fault by admins.
    so its dead, but solid price if the deal existed.

    have reported the issue but yeah. (edited)
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    Good deal ideal for a bit of casual gaming but performance still way off even a 1050ti
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    GPU's integrated, what did you seriously expect? (edited)
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    Add a 3090 for £1000 and you have a capable machine
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    Waste of a 3090, the CPU would limit the graphics card.
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    I'm very tempted to pull the trigger on this. Bit out of the loop on PCs at the moment so not 100% sure what to get but I'm thinking this with

    AMD RYZEN 5 5600X - 3.7/4.6Ghz Turbo - 6 Core - 12 Threads - NO GRAPHICS : +£37.00
    PROMO - AMD BOARD UP - A520M-K to B550M-K £25.00
    M.2 Drives None : -£60.00

    Comes to £401.99 which seems good, I've got an old M.2 drive and a RX 580 which I will upgrade eventually.
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    will need to upgrade the PSU.

    how about this one:

    palicomp.co.uk/pc_…buy
    remove the graphics.
    remove the 1tb -50
    remove the 2tb -30
    =445.00

    5600x/b550m/Gamemax F15M Case / 650W Gold /16GB 3000

    top the ram to 3200 at 10er, add an aio.

    there is ur future proof (as best as future proof can be, sub £500) (edited)
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    I have a 3060 but need the rest of the PC - happy to build myself, but would something like this suit as much easier? Know I need to upgrade PSU for sure....
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    You wont need the G, so u can upgrade to the 5600X on site.

    but u can also remove the gpu out of this one:
    palicomp.co.uk/pc_…buy
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    Hi, I'm looking to puy a new PC as my current one is extremely slow and hope you can help with add-ons as the Cobra seems promising. I'm not interested in gaming or having flashing lights so this will be purely for home office use. I always have lots of internet windows open and like to use programs such as Gimp for photo editing, Audacity for old family audio recordings using an old Walkman (via the audio in socket) and Libre Office as well. I'm not technically-minded so I hope that a lot of this technical talk won't go over my head. My budget is around £450 - £480 so after adding Windows 11 Pro (£20) which is presumably worth the extra over the Home version I'll have another £60 or so to play around with upgrades.
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    If you're just planning to use internet, GIMP, Audacity and LibreOffice, you can save a lot of money by just installing a Linux distro like Zorin, Ubuntu or Linux Mint instead
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    Thanks for that advice but I've never used any other operating system so I'd feel more comfortable with Windows. My PC is an ageing Acer xpire xc-704 with only 4GB RAM and I feel that a replacement (with an SSD) is well overdue anyway.
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