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Posted 23 July 2023

Ryzen 5600G - 16GB - TX550 - AMD 7600 - 1TB Gaming system (Partial Prebuilt + self install nvme / GPU) Total price £597.97 (See Op)

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Another £600 theme idea, this time a partial build +self install.

Just another alt idea for the partial builder, and also another one from jumping from nvidia to amd alt with a latest drop.

  • AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - 6 Cores - 12 Threads
  • Palicomp 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz
  • AMD Radeon Vega 7 Graphics - AMD 7600 Graphics Card - Self install.
  • Corsair TX Series GOLD
  • Samsung 980 1TB NVME - Self install.

How to obtain the above deal

Open the palicomp link below that is listed at £285 after voucher code price, but go onto their website and upgrade to the TX550 in the promo section, remove the default 480GB SSD. Add to basket and then add the voucher as detailed for the £285 system, total from palicomp for this custom spec so far is £310.00, Open the 7600 link below and buy this from the hotukdeals site out store, aswell as the nvme.

*keep an eye on nvme/GPU deals on here as they can change often.

total system would come intotal at a cost of £597.97 which was my target budget of £600 theme.

Palicomp 5600G Deskstop System at £285.00
Sapphire Radeon RX 7600 Pulse Gaming 8GB £247.98
Samsung 980 1TB PCle at £39.99
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  1. Markoffski63's avatar
    Don't forget, you can run a dual graphics setup using the Radeon APU graphics on the 5600g, it's not difficult to set up and there are guides around to follow, the APU graphics don't get wasted if you set up dual graphics.
  2. Czubaka's avatar
    Worth mentioning that getting the Sapphire GPU gets you a copy of Starfield.
    Sarden84's avatar
    Thanks Pal, will add that in soon.

    if i click on edit, it will u know erm, im not allowed to say ha ha ha ha. u know :P
  3. James_Collard's avatar
    I get it, I hadn't realised when I bought my 5600G last year that it was going to be the limiting factor in my setup. I have a B550 motherboard but the CPU/APU is the part of my system that is limiting the PCIe speed which I had no idea when I built it. I wanted the APU because I didn't get a GPU immediately but if you're planning on doing a build like this just wanted to flag that the 5600G only has PCIe 3.0 and that it probably makes sense to just go for a 5600 or 5600X if you KNOW you're going to have a dedicated GPU and no relying on the iGPU.

    Obviously at these levels of performance, it's not the biggest deal but it's worth knowing. I wish I had known when I built it last year
    Sarden84's avatar
    Either way, what you both have brought to the table are interesting facts for others to recap over who aint teccy. so thank you.

    obvious im full aware of tec and its limiations and i look at the bigger picture, which was for partial builders in key value.

    if i could bring a 12100F/H610 with no GPU for that partial. i would.

    but its hard to get a non graphical system like the 5600X to be banging, palicomp has changed some site price on the 5600G to 5600X at £54 n board to £40 so its not the end of the build if ur playing around with a much larger GPU for that.

    tbh i was looking into doing that, but then i saw the 7600 come up, ill do that system, and went for the 5600G and back tailied down. 5600g/A520 for that ulitmate value idea.

    maybe i should starting doing a Disccusion post "Prebuilt scrap book".

    to generate posted ideas, i do go though tons of ideas to get to it for that final picture.
  4. Sarden84's avatar
    Nearest Rivial(Full prebuilt)

    AWD-IT 6650XT deal at £549.99
    + 29.99 7600 Boost.
    +24.99 for the 5500 over 4500

    =604 "BBURGER" = £598

    You got a 5600G over 5500, 1TB over 480GB SSD, and a better PSU.

    and for Complete self builders -PSU a little +5600
    uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Pmr for a sub £600.00
    so targeting 3 type of buyers.
  5. craigmcintosh_2's avatar
    Remember the A520 and the 5600G are both limited to PCIE 3.0.

    With both AMD and Nvidia screwing everyone with the cutting of PCI Lanes and memory bus bandwidth it is hard to recommend a PCIE 3.0 system these days.

    Sure there are plenty of powerful cards that aren't really impacted by this right now, and 3500mbps is plenty fast SSD wise, but I feel it's only going to become more of a bottleneck as time goes on.
    James_Collard's avatar
    I have personally had this issue, I bought a 7600 a month ago to replace an old RX580. It's performing fine for me with the PCIE 3.0 limitation in the games I've been playing (mostly football manager so not really a good test). Apparently there are games where the bandwidth is an issue already. It's worth thinking about. I'm going to have to replace my 5600g at some point to unlock the extra bandwidth

  6. happymanuk's avatar
    @Sarden84 - Thanks for all of your posts (especially the Palicomp ones). I love watching out for them and seeing what deals can be got through the additional promos etc and discounts.

    I was looking for a fairly basic system and saw the £285 one and then this one then I thought about building something myself. We went through looking at different components with a few upgrades here and there and came up with the following (all parts from Amazon and self building).

    I was just wondering if there was anything around a similar price (or better) with deals from Palicomp or elsewhere that would make it worthwhile buying it pre-built.

    This is the spec I was looking at:

    Fractal Design Focus G - Mid Tower ATX - £49.99 (Happy with a more budget case)

    Be Quiet! 550W System Power 10 PSU Bronze - £55.95 (400W OK, but couldn't find branded cheaper)
    OR MSI MAG A550BN 550W 80+ Bronze @ £45.94

    ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS (WI-FI) - £109.98 (Because of the 2.5Gb Ethernet - Don't need WiFi)
    OR Gigabyte B550 AORUS Elite V2 @ £105.99

    AMD Ryzen 5 5600G - £108.97 (I think this is a good all round processor)

    Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 RAM 32GB (2 x 16GB) - £66.97

    Crucial P3 2TB M.2 PCIe Gen3 NVMe (3500MB/s) - £79.98
    OR Western Digital Blue SN570 2 TB M.2-2280 PCIe 3.0 X4 NVME @ £75.98

    I don't think I've missed anything off, but if I have please feel free to reply to my post.

    Total Price - £453.84

    Any suggestions, opinions, comments would be appreciated as I'm still at the research stage and very open to ideas. Happy to consider Intel too with a suitable motherboard but thinking this AMD is probably more cost effective.

    Thanks in advance
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