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Posted 25 May 2023

Ryzen 5 5600X - RTX3060TI - B550M - 16GB - 1TB Gen4 - 1St Player Gaming System at £760.00 at Palicomp

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  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - 6 Core - 12 Threads - 3.7/4.6Ghz
  • ASUS PRIME B550M-K ADATA D10 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz
  • 1st PLAYER D3-A Black ARGB CASE + 600W 80+ Bronze PSU

Price: £760.00
An estimate puts the cost of the RTX3060Ti at around £340, with zero build fees.

+25 CORSAIR TX550 550W GOLD *Top of the hat*
+10 CORSAIR 3600mhz / +40 CORSAIR 3600mhz
+75 RYZEN 7 5800X
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  1. DCollector's avatar
    Costco deal back in stock now if you want and looks slightly better value for extremely close specs to this?

    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    B550M -> A520
    Gen4 Storage -> Gen Storage3
    5600X -> 5600G

    "save £75 at £670+15 membership.

    The advantage to Costco: windows. (edited)
  2. jonnybargain's avatar
    3060ti is just as good as the 4060ti
    comedychris's avatar
    Mad to think that isn't it, I mean with updates to drivers since it's brand new, and new games in the future it might be slightly better with dlss 3 and Frame gen etc but it does look like if at all it will be single digits better, years of new tech hardware and software is a huge let down for the next version... 3060ti seems to hold up really well.
  3. SleepyChris's avatar
    Is it me or is this a cracking deal? (edited)
    Markoffski63's avatar
    Yes it's a cracker
  4. Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    • AMD Ryzen 5 5600X - 6 Core - 12 Threads - 3.7/4.6Ghz
    • ASUS PRIME B550M-K
    • ADATA 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz
    • ADATA 1TB M.2 nVME Legend 800
    • NVIDIA RTX 4060 TI 8GB
    • 1stPlayer D3-A Black aRGB CASE + 600W 80+Bronze PSU
    • MICROSOFT Windows 10/11 or 10/11 Pro

    Price: £850.00 like reading my post i presume?..... Very clever.

    Yesterday, was the launch day of the RTX4060Ti,

    i did the usual check of the market, and I pretty much binned it off, sometimes despite what YouTubers say, if i can get creative with a prebuilt, it has been proven save some GPU launch, and price support in other fields.

    You had ur usual, Ebuyer coming in with a wipeout, that place that can't be mentioned laughable, tactus groups pretty normal story of being as much use as a chocolate fireguard for prebuilt.

    The winning chicken dinner firm: AWD-It doing what they do, coming in with a 5500/4060Ti at £749.99 miles ahead of the rest and obviously has the typical story of AWD with its CPU Boosters to that mainstream 5600 n co.

    However; despite it being market leading for a 4060ti on launch, we had a problem, the card is so hated, and its being compared to a 6700xt, and when u have a 6700XT prebuilt, that can be done with the same CPU, Same level of case, Same ram that u can optionally choose, and same storage u can optionally choose on the deal.

    We came to the end conclusion of a 5600x + 6700XT Via B550 for the same cost as a 5600x 4060Ti Via A520 from the same firm at around £850 with 1TB

    and due to that, IMO, it was a dead ringer,.

    Meanwhile AWD-IT did do a 7600+4060Ti, which despite the hate on the 4060Ti, did make it stand out, its cheaper then other firms like ebuyer n co, 5600x/12400F +4060Ti, its an alt way over hotukdeal post 12400F/4070 and it certainly cheaper then the likes of DDR5 7600/3060Ti on the web, its not a deal id buy, but give credit to awd with no overrides available under DDR5, as i dont have a DDR5 6700XT in this instances.

    Palicomp has come in listening to me, and they have come in with this £850 spend idea for the 5600X/4060Ti.

    But have the B550M, and u also have Gen4 nvme, and on top of that, u got windows thrown in.

    So have i found the 4060Ti gives me the extra worthy, yes.

    But then again, Palicomp has also stepped on its own foot.

    lot of people dont care about windows, and then they and drop the

    5600X/3060Ti at £760 with the same case, same storage, same ram, same level psu

    talk about killing ur own deals on launch.

    Storm has done the same, we have that 12400F/H610+4070 at £999.99
    they go and do a 12400F/H610+4060Ti "with windows at £1100 /10% code works, =990.. (edited)
  5. Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    • Corsair iCue 5000X Black RGB Tempered Glass ATX Smart Case
    • AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D – 8 Cores, 16 Threads – 5.0GHz Boost Clock
    • Corsair iCUE H150i ELITE CAPELLIX XT, 360mm Radiator Liquid Cooler
    • Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB DDR5 6000MHz C36 DIMM - CMK32GX5M2D6000C36 (2x16GB)
    • Solidigm 2.0TB P44 PRO PCIe 4.0 NVMe M.2 SSD
    • ASUS PRIME X670-P WiFi AM5 DDR5
    • 3 Year Collect, Repair and Return Warranty
    Site price: £3,471.17 -
    10% code: BYOBARGAIN10

    Discounted price: £3124.05

    not for the weak-hearted or sensible souls, however.. the best RTX4090 Gaming system in the market for less than 3150 periods.

  6. wezzel98765's avatar
    4060ti is only £12 more than a 3060ti at trade price
    That crazy cheap!
    I can get them at £367 inc
  7. ajones's avatar
    If im looking at builds in the £600 - £700 region currently with a 1660 Super should I wait a little longer for builds with a 3060 Ti?
    fatboy82's avatar
    3060ti will, apples for apples, give you a noticeably better experience than a 1660 super. If you can, find the extra 60 quid and get this nice deal. if you can. Otherwise yes, wait. I'd consider a 1660 super a sub optimal card nower days
  8. SleepyChris's avatar
    Showing £790 for me, unless I missed something
  9. SleepyChris's avatar
    General questions for the hive mind please, from an old giffer whose last self-build was an Athlon XP: if I was to remove the 3060, would I be able to run my gtx750ti until I can afford the upgrade (possibly...for DCS if i think i have time to play it)? I mostly need cpu power anyway, as my main use case is for 3d modelling and slicing for printing. I'm currently using a i5 4570 with 16gb ram and with gtx750ti, which is surprisingly good, driving my 4k monitor at 60Hz, but I'd like faster slicing...which doesnt utilise the power of the graphics card unfortunately. On paper the 5600x is about twice as fast as my i5, which is good, but not transformational for the money. What would be a better processor to go for with my use case?
    Sorry to jump on your post with my questions Sarden. PS my eldest is still blown away with the 5600G xmas deal you sorted out for me...it has a 3060ti nesting in there too now, which we got him for his birthday as an upgrade. I'm severely jealous of him.
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    Sounds 5600G with its apu is enough for you too, nice fact i5, shy of the 5600x and is back on offer atm pal.
    and then if u want to repeat as u have done before, add a gpu laters.
  10. yesfan's avatar
    Went for this one, seems like a decent deal. Upgraded to the TX550 and a 3060ti. Cheers for the post

    Already had a 3060ti, duh (edited)
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