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Posted 14th AprEdited by:"sarden84"

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So last night i put up a very nice Ryzen 3600 / Tomahawk / 5700xt for £866

people been asking me about this next one, and it does match the base requirements i go off on my post, thats builds per value +£30 or less for a prebuild is a fair price obvious the lower the better and decent good parts.

but sometimes theirs the odd one which matches this aspect but theres a VERY BIG BUTT to it.

so lets go though it as usual and see how we can correct it,

Upgrade ram: ADATA XPG SPCTRX D60G 16 GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3600 £110
^ that was the better deal in the other.

Corsair SPEC-DELTA RGB ATX Mid Tower Case £60
Crucial BX500 240 GB 2.5" Solid State Drive £36
AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7 GHz 8-Core Processor £159
Power Supply: 650W Rated PSU usual VS650* from other delta range. £59

2070 super "upto 1770boost" looking at there stock range, going off the upto 1770 boost spec there isnt much on there whats upto that , except Zotac Twin Fan £544 atm. But im more then likely wrong would be the cheapest 2070 super: £492 which is a Zotac Mini another 1770 card whats not listed on site £492 worst case.

Motherboard: Asus B450
Another unknown version,... looking at the little bit of info we got, its non other then the "B450-A" dear god for a 2070 super/2700x...... *** read notes below ** £64

total items: £987 items. Their price: £994.00 *base on cheapest gpu/mb known info

Summary: Another prebuilt which is on value to market prices, without anything extra, if u drop the ram down to the 3(2)000mhz a little charge starts to appear just like the other 3600/5700xt..... what i do advice on this one is give them a call, confirm the MB if its higher then im guess then its a bonus, its going to have to be the worst board for this price with a super, and to see what version the 2070 super is,.. good thing with AWD, they will happy swap out parts, the major one being this motherboard if u ask for the Gigabyte B450 AORUS M AMD Ryzen Micro ATX DDR4 Motherboard - Socket AM4 awd-it.co.uk/gig…tml should only cost u an extra £15.00

So time you change the MB +£15 ish, whack in a 2TB hdd £51, Wifi £10, upgrade the ram to one in this post, u got your self a nice 2700x 2070 Super or £10 extra for a 3600

for a 2700x in this market in prebuilts and the prices of 2070 supers are very expensive more then the item market increase in general, and all u need to do on this is some nice tweeks.

to get the best prebuilts ever done is all about find the ODD one whats to value on the parts out there, then tweaking it on chat/email/phone..... as long as u pay the "real" Gap price to the next item up, uve got your self a smashing deal.. rather then click on some which are absol bang on in amazing parts and pay over the top and thats what happens when we go high n high in budgets,

Extra Needed: 1TB £36 2TB: £52 < later good price.
or use the SSD option pay £7 for a 1TB HDD i know odd being in this drop down n remove the SSD, and find a competitive Nvme elsewhere.....

Optional Extras
Wifi +£11 (tenda)
Ryzen 3600 CPU upgrade: usual +£10

RAM: 32GB @ 3200mhz cors is really nice upgrade price in this too.

This is for them folks who dont mind doing abit of the leg work to get the best deal, and
for 2070 Supers.... PS: im a 5700xt user myself.. but alot of folks desire the 2070 super.

The 5700xt can be found here: hotukdeals.com/dea…d=7
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vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv14/04/2020 21:23

Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, …Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, have the enjoyment of building and get a superior product


I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from posting on pre-built PC deals.
We get it, you love building your own, good for you. Now leave those of us who prefer the convenience of a prebuilt to discuss these kind of deals in peace please.
and now ladies n gentlemen we are debating about static bags,....... and on that im going to bed
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I feel that when I'm ready to buy a PC again I will be hoping you are still posting these deals .
ozzy_7114/04/2020 20:56

I feel that when I'm ready to buy a PC again I will be hoping you are …I feel that when I'm ready to buy a PC again I will be hoping you are still posting these deals .


Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, have the enjoyment of building and get a superior product
vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv14/04/2020 21:23

Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, …Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, have the enjoyment of building and get a superior product


I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from posting on pre-built PC deals.
We get it, you love building your own, good for you. Now leave those of us who prefer the convenience of a prebuilt to discuss these kind of deals in peace please.
Hey @sarden84 this looks like a good candidate for my £1000 max budget.
Is there any reason to pick the 3600 cpu over the 2700x (or vice versa) the price and performance seem very similar.

Thanks.
Never had any amd stuff only ever Intel i5 or i7 and nvidia gpu so this is like code to me but I see 2070 super I'm happy haha... also ye, o can barely inbox and plug a pc in so building my own isnt for me I dont have the skill nor want to learn so fond ot funny when people jump and say no! Dont buy pre built "just" build your own...do you also bake your own bread and sew your own clothing and build your own house... people cant be a master of everything haha
Uranus14/04/2020 21:35

I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from …I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from posting on pre-built PC deals.We get it, you love building your own, good for you. Now leave those of us who prefer the convenience of a prebuilt to discuss these kind of deals in peace please.


I love building my own, the fact the machine is specced exactly how I want it is a real buzz. But I totally get why some people want to buy a prebuilt. This looks like a solid machine, all said and done. You would deffo have some good times playing games on it!
Uranus14/04/2020 21:37

Hey @sarden84 this looks like a good candidate for my £1000 max budget.Is …Hey @sarden84 this looks like a good candidate for my £1000 max budget.Is there any reason to pick the 3600 cpu over the 2700x (or vice versa) the price and performance seem very similar.Thanks.



Ryzen 5 3600 is better gaming cpu, and the ryzen 7 2700x is a better productive CPU
..............for the moment.

The 3600 is better in gaming due its larger cache which is a major reason why Zen 2 has higher IPC.
sarden8414/04/2020 22:32

Ryzen 5 3600 is better gaming cpu, and the ryzen 7 2700x is a better …Ryzen 5 3600 is better gaming cpu, and the ryzen 7 2700x is a better productive CPU..............for the moment.


What do you mean for the moment?
Uranus14/04/2020 23:45

What do you mean for the moment?


next gen consoles will be using 8cores,

as i said about the 3600 having more in the background will be a massive advantage for the future.
but also will be the cores........ how publishers use these, even though the system will be 8cores its complete dif aspect, but as time goes along in the next gen, not straight away, u look at a Xbox one game on launch, and u look at an xbox game now, developments have been made, there using things with the tools they got more wisely, and that is where the high cores may edge back, and games being ported over is another aspect what changes how they do the changes per to the port over, so u might find some will defo take the advantage of the 8cores, but the low cache aspect may cause an issue vs the lower core higher cach..

u speak to someone else they say, consoles gonna be having 8 cores get 8 cores, u speak to the next tom .. harry no the 3600

and my prediction is very open minded, it will sole depend as per it has always been how the publisher develop/port it, neither is wrong for that future aspect,

but for whatever and how long ever that moment the 3600 edges the 2700x in gaming this year as per it did since it launched.

5 year forcast, this 2700x may just be like some of the classic intel, somehow some way that old biatch keeps giving which may and i speak to alot of people who, hi simon ive got a pc ive used for 7 years.... but if the upgrading every other year, 3600

(ignoring any work stationer envio)
Edited by: "sarden84" 15th Apr
vI_M4YH3Mz_Iv14/04/2020 21:23

Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, …Honestly just wait for rtx 3000 series and build your own, save money, have the enjoyment of building and get a superior product


It's been about ten years since I built a PC it's probably something I will do again one day I totally understand what your saying.
Uranus14/04/2020 21:35

I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from …I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from posting on pre-built PC deals.We get it, you love building your own, good for you. Now leave those of us who prefer the convenience of a prebuilt to discuss these kind of deals in peace please.


Learn and stop being lazy...

Hardest part is installing the CPU, the rest is plug and play.

Get parts, install CPU, fit cooler, instructions online how to apply paste, many ways to do it, easiest is a pea blob in the middle imo.

Install motherboard to the PC case.

Fit RAM.

Fit SSD and HDD.

Fit extra fans if you have any.

Fit GPU.

Fit PSU and plug everything in.

Now install windows 10 via USB and youre good to go.

Its not hard, people think its some amazing skill, everything has its own slot :\
Weehamish15/04/2020 01:34

Learn and stop being lazy...Hardest part is installing the CPU, the rest …Learn and stop being lazy...Hardest part is installing the CPU, the rest is plug and play.Get parts, install CPU, fit cooler, instructions online how to apply paste, many ways to do it, easiest is a pea blob in the middle imo. Install motherboard to the PC case.Fit RAM.Fit SSD and HDD.Fit extra fans if you have any.Fit GPU.Fit PSU and plug everything in.Now install windows 10 via USB and youre good to go. Its not hard, people think its some amazing skill, everything has its own slot :\


yet you missed golden rule number 1 do not put the components ontop of the anti static bags - they protect contents by deflecting outside (faraday cage) - yet just a quick trawl on ebay and you will see just how many people do it (doh).
Bertz9915/04/2020 02:33

yet you missed golden rule number 1 do not put the components ontop of the …yet you missed golden rule number 1 do not put the components ontop of the anti static bags - they protect contents by deflecting outside (faraday cage) - yet just a quick trawl on ebay and you will see just how many people do it (doh).


?????????????????????????????????????????????? i put graphics cards on top of the bags 100000 times and they still live today. Stop being silly. only the card comes in a bag and tbh they dont these days anyway... nothing comes in antistatic bags.
Weehamish15/04/2020 02:35

?????????????????????????????????????????????? i put graphics cards on top …?????????????????????????????????????????????? i put graphics cards on top of the bags 100000 times and they still live today. Stop being silly. only the card comes in a bag and tbh they dont these days anyway... nothing comes in antistatic bags.


Oh dear - where to start.

The component you buy comes in bag that has protection around them.

You will also get a leaflet in there informing you to be careful as ESD can damage the component,

That damage does not always mean immediate failure (e.g. a breach that leads to oxidation of the substrate )

The way ESD works is you have a potential difference between two bodies. The way the components come to protect them is in bags with a filament around the outside. As I stated this is a farday cage principal so that is any discharge occurs it goes around the outside of the bag.

The silly thing that people who do not know and have not thought about is to take out of the bag and then think placing it on the bag is the best thing to do. This of course is the inverse as you are opening up the potential area of the card coming into contact with a discharge and is possibly the silliest thing to do.

Of course it is not difficult to take a few minor precautions to mitigate like not placing it ontop of the bag for a start which is pretty damn silly.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 15th Apr
Bertz9915/04/2020 02:47

Oh dear - where to start.The component you buy come in bag that has …Oh dear - where to start.The component you buy come in bag that has protection around them. You will also get a leaflet in there informing you to be careful as ESD can damage the component,That damage does not always mean immediate failure (oxidation of the substrate )The way ESD works is you have a potential difference between two bodies. The way the components come to protect them is in bags with a filament around teh outside. As I stated this is a farday cage principal so that is any discharge occurs it goes around the outside of the bag.The silly thing that people who do not know and have not thought about is to take out of the bag and then think placing it on the bag is the best thing to do. This of course is the inverse as you are opening up the potential area of the card coming into contact with a discharge and is possibly the silliest thing to do.Of course it is not difficult to take a few minor precautions to mitigate liek not placing it ontop of the bag for a start which is pretty silly.


No they dont though... motherboards maybe, the rest dont.

GPU comes in a box in a foam shell. They use to come in bags inside the box but dont anymore.

CPU comes in a box.

RAM in a box.

PSU in a box.

SSD/HDD in a box.

1 part comes in a bag inside a box. Maybe build a PC once in a while and youd understand.
my two pennys.

yes its very easy, however there is alot of demand for people who dont,

prebuilt Self build.
1) warranty, and peace of mind. 1) you got the choice to select parts required.

We can go in and out the benefits on either side all day long.. 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) god knows how many. ok.

the key reason i do these is to hit the middle ground, ive done plenty whats hot inside them, what needs changing, ive spoke to people, done pc part templates, written request email to firms, and got firms to email them quotes.

alot of prebuilts i saw on here before i started doing these, some issues and they just got ripped apart of there value wasnt worth it when broken down.

as you can see i strip them down, as long as there on value, you cant buy from the main sources much better, you can make better either by cutting back on some aspect and spending a little on something else, n pay more. as i use strip down on the days value, or if its mess value cos the market then i use the lowest its been in avg a while,

now this one has afew issues spec for a 2700x cpu "but read the comments" the value is there strip down to cost of the whole lot,
it doesnt take rocket science to work out and give them a call to swap that item, that £63 mb which i think it is based on the limited info on there, to up it to another one, and on price point ive suggest the M gigga for £7 extra, /tomma is too much here/ but the idea is to showcase a nice elite 2070 super on a £1000 or nearest to it budget, that issue can be easily sorted,

as ive suggest from the limited info, knowing what 1070 supers are set at turbo clock speed which is given but nothing else and looking at their full range, its 1 of 2 items one at 525 is the only one there, but have noticed they do stock the non super asus mini and i know the mini super 2070 is upto boost of 1770 or another they aint listed which is going to be a bonus and if its what i think knowing in this crazy price market thats one of the cheapest if not the cheapest 2070s super on the market atm from the main suppilers in the game who we mostly u know 9/10s buy from anyways, but poss be the higher one, end of the day its taking the cheap aspect its on target at value......

but u say u can build better, but u cant build better in the price, but u could change it to get a more elite super 2070s of which that will cost, and that goes for any part in here, u have got the freedom, and these people do as well. for example if u made this system it will cost u exactly that but if u go up a peg on that super to a £30 more super, its gonna cost u £30, all they need to do is call up change and pay the extra £30......

ive done many builds and its maybe worked out at value +£20 which is very reasonable a small charge for doing so, and been smashing great parts, but if theres anything wrong id say

example CCL 1600AF / 3600 RX580 range are good prices (up until this month) u will find most of the past 4months the 1660 super has been up/down, i avoid that aspect until its good. and fits in, and some other lines too

// on the other foot, u can buy cheap and build cheap using whats on offer but i do base on live prices at the cheap rate of that day, but to get that self build cheap isnt really parts u really desired or saw, 10 mins before, when u thinking on a prebuilt u can tick it over u can make ur mind over it, or normal self builds where u take ur time n think over it, i,e example the case for £45 on here yesterday someone nabbed that 15mins after i showed a pc part list to someone else on here, amazing loads will snap it up overall they didnt want that they didnt know of it, that didnt even exist to many.

i love building PCs i have lost track how many ive done, however my 3700x 5700xt next to me is a prebuilt by certain firm i very much like and im proud of it, it cost me £80 less than i could ever build at the time from my 3600, it was a part to value deal 2 weeks later they added a new motherboard into it and didnt list the part price, this part became the cheapest next up was a gaming X £75..... and the gap was £75 to gaming X i called up 2 days later and swapped the case, i didnt ask for nvme just 1hd which i pulled out shoved in something else, stuck my own 1tb nvme rocket, 4tb firecuda got the whole lot how i exactly wanted it all by a phone call and £80 less.....

so the golden rule, find a prebuilt what matches very nicely, and if that prebult as a click buy doesnt quite fit ur expectations, change to swap and research that the item cost is on their own site, vs the item u want, as my prices go of the web prices in general though out the market.

and the end of the day i dont know why people diss prebuilt buyers, its nice to help and educate folks and assist in helping ones which fancy learning which i do all the time on here, but remember guy/ladies there the ones which are keeping u doing self building, if no one ever bought a prebuilt system the market would collapse
Weehamish15/04/2020 02:50

No they dont though... motherboards maybe, the rest dont. GPU comes in a …No they dont though... motherboards maybe, the rest dont. GPU comes in a box in a foam shell. They use to come in bags inside the box but dont anymore. CPU comes in a box.RAM in a box.PSU in a box.SSD/HDD in a box.1 part comes in a bag inside a box. Maybe build a PC once in a while and youd understand.


That CPU in a plastic box is shielded on the outside
That RAM can come in both flavours - the plastic box variant is shielded on the outside
PSU comes in a metal cage which is its shield
SSD and HDD - every single one I have has come in a plastic sield bag (be it pink, silver, or a yellowish tinge)

As to assuming I do not build PC's I built my last 2 months ago I built my first 1995.

However, as you stated above "I put graphics cards on top of the bags 100000 times" - make your mind up wee silly one.

example of a. 2070 on ebay sat on its anti static bag
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Edited by: "Bertz99" 15th Apr
Dude how many items have you had fail due to static? I bet zero because it never happens... unless youre using some static crap before you do stuff its nowhere near the issue youre making it out to be. But yeah youre right about HDDs but SSDs no they dont come in bags. Just a box. Ive always put my graphics cards on top of the bags in the past and never once had an issue.
and now ladies n gentlemen we are debating about static bags,....... and on that im going to bed
Weehamish15/04/2020 03:10

Dude how many items have you had fail due to static? I bet zero because it …Dude how many items have you had fail due to static? I bet zero because it never happens... unless youre using some static crap before you do stuff its nowhere near the issue youre making it out to be. But yeah youre right about HDDs but SSDs no they dont come in bags. Just a box. Ive always put my graphics cards on top of the bags in the past and never once had an issue.



Both my NVME's drives came in anti static bags - but then again not retail and not via public channels. HDD's come both flavours and have done for ages.

As to ESD causing failures I have seen many times.

Either way though - it is a very simple rule for those aware to follow some very simple guidelines in considering to avoid.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 15th Apr
Next up debate. Suggestion.

M2 heatsink? Is it really needed?
Weehamish15/04/2020 01:34

Learn and stop being lazy..


When will people like you understand that there are many people who couldn't give a monkeys and simply want the convenience of a prebuilt computer? It's not about ability or laziness. It's about prerogative. You need to respect that instead of throwing out accusations of laziness.
If I want to pay for the convenience then so be it. You stick to building your computer and mind your own business.
sarden8415/04/2020 09:43

Next up debate. Suggestion.M2 heatsink? Is it really needed?



depends where you are putting it :P
Has anyone managed to speak to AWD? Appreciate that it is a busy time, but emails are not being answered, and phone rings out. Is it worth continuing to try?
Ik this isn’t about this pc. But I was looking through the internet and found this

box.co.uk/Cub…847

Surely this is a good deal if I just remove the os. Advice would be very much appreciated
AlwynHD15/04/2020 16:30

Ik this isn’t about this pc. But I was looking through the internet and f …Ik this isn’t about this pc. But I was looking through the internet and found thishttps://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2666171,2725847#promotionsSurely this is a good deal if I just remove the os. Advice would be very much appreciated



That’s the one I’ve gone for I just messaged them on live chat and asked them to install a pack of three fans for me also.
Cjppec517/04/2020 08:12

That’s the one I’ve gone for I just messaged them on live chat and ask …That’s the one I’ve gone for I just messaged them on live chat and asked them to install a pack of three fans for me also.


Oh ok thanks. Did u also add another 8gb of ram and I couldn’t get their live chat to work for some reason. Do u know what model the rtx 2070 super they r using?

I have seen this deal aswell which I think is better


box.co.uk/Cub…171
AlwynHD17/04/2020 08:32

Oh ok thanks. Did u also add another 8gb of ram and I couldn’t get their l …Oh ok thanks. Did u also add another 8gb of ram and I couldn’t get their live chat to work for some reason. Do u know what model the rtx 2070 super they r using? I have seen this deal aswell which I think is betterhttps://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Revolver_2477623.html?config=2335908,2472019,2473318,2647986,2666171


It's a hundred pounds more than the one in this deal.
What do you feel justifies the increased price?
Uranus17/04/2020 09:38

It's a hundred pounds more than the one in this deal.What do you feel …It's a hundred pounds more than the one in this deal.What do you feel justifies the increased price?


I don’t think this will justify the 100 increase but now has 3200mhz ram and the motherboard is also more expensive. Other than that I don’t see why it’s more expensive. Looking back on it. I might just ring them up and ask to put 3200mhz ram into the first one
AlwynHD17/04/2020 10:13

I don’t think this will justify the 100 increase but now has 3200mhz ram a …I don’t think this will justify the 100 increase but now has 3200mhz ram and the motherboard is also more expensive. Other than that I don’t see why it’s more expensive. Looking back on it. I might just ring them up and ask to put 3200mhz ram into the first one


You really need to see my box deal under my name if ur buying the box deal.

Using the options without thought is not the best method, but read my guide.
AlwynHD17/04/2020 10:13

I don’t think this will justify the 100 increase but now has 3200mhz ram a …I don’t think this will justify the 100 increase but now has 3200mhz ram and the motherboard is also more expensive. Other than that I don’t see why it’s more expensive. Looking back on it. I might just ring them up and ask to put 3200mhz ram into the first one



hotukdeals.com/dea…247
Not sure if my 2070 super is anything to go by, but I got a Palit blower x and it has no overclock on it at all from
Factory, and I haven’t done one, but all the hardware monitoring programs I use show it boosting up to 1920mhz....
Edited by: "KarlReading" 19th Apr
sarden8415/04/2020 00:02

next gen consoles will be using 8cores, as i said about the 3600 having …next gen consoles will be using 8cores, as i said about the 3600 having more in the background will be a massive advantage for the future.but also will be the cores........ how publishers use these, even though the system will be 8cores its complete dif aspect, but as time goes along in the next gen, not straight away, u look at a Xbox one game on launch, and u look at an xbox game now, developments have been made, there using things with the tools they got more wisely, and that is where the high cores may edge back, and games being ported over is another aspect what changes how they do the changes per to the port over, so u might find some will defo take the advantage of the 8cores, but the low cache aspect may cause an issue vs the lower core higher cach..u speak to someone else they say, consoles gonna be having 8 cores get 8 cores, u speak to the next tom .. harry no the 3600and my prediction is very open minded, it will sole depend as per it has always been how the publisher develop/port it, neither is wrong for that future aspect,but for whatever and how long ever that moment the 3600 edges the 2700x in gaming this year as per it did since it launched.5 year forcast, this 2700x may just be like some of the classic intel, somehow some way that old biatch keeps giving which may and i speak to alot of people who, hi simon ive got a pc ive used for 7 years.... but if the upgrading every other year, 3600(ignoring any work stationer envio)


PS4 and Xbox One are 8 cores... The main factor for PC gaming is still single thread speed, namely having enough, i.e. 6+ fast cores. 2X00 is pants in terms of IPC while 3X00 is getting there. For example, a several-year old i7 7700K will beat a 3600 in many games, especially since it will overclock to 5 GHz, while the 3600, decisively will not. Hoping 4X00 will be stonking.
Uranus14/04/2020 21:35

I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from …I honestly wish there was a way to prevent the build your own brigade from posting on pre-built PC deals.We get it, you love building your own, good for you. Now leave those of us who prefer the convenience of a prebuilt to discuss these kind of deals in peace please.


He was giving sound money saving advice... on a place intended to advise on deals.... If you want spend extra for prevails that's fine but he didn't do anything wrong just cause you dont like his suggestion...
EvanThomas-Broughton23/04/2020 10:35

He was giving sound money saving advice... on a place intended to advise …He was giving sound money saving advice... on a place intended to advise on deals.... If you want spend extra for prevails that's fine but he didn't do anything wrong just cause you dont like his suggestion...


This deal isn't the place for it. He is free to post it under one of the discussion categories.
I mean, what if I butt in on a car leasing deal and advise them to buy a lego set and build their own car with that?

The main issue is that the 'build it yourself brigade' just can't get their heads around the notion that some people may actually NOT want to build their own because of convenience or something. Their inane commentary is focussed on the idea that building your own saves money and/or is enjoyable. They neglect to factor in that some people couldn't give a monkeys about that and prefer to pay for convenience.
Uranus23/04/2020 10:39

This deal isn't the place for it. He is free to post it under one of the …This deal isn't the place for it. He is free to post it under one of the discussion categories.I mean, what if I butt in on a car leasing deal and advise them to buy a lego set and build their own car with that?The main issue is that the 'build it yourself brigade' just can't get their heads around the notion that some people may actually NOT want to build their own because of convenience or something. Their inane commentary is focussed on the idea that building your own saves money and/or is enjoyable. They neglect to factor in that some people couldn't give a monkeys about that and prefer to pay for convenience.


Sad
Thing is.

Building your own doesnt always save money lol...

I've helped loads buy prebuild at less then a self builder could do though and the exact needed parts.... and the only way a self build could save is by cutting corners.
Edited by: "sarden84" 23rd Apr
sarden8423/04/2020 10:53

Thing is.Building your own doesnt always save money lol...I've helped …Thing is.Building your own doesnt always save money lol...I've helped loads buy prebuild at less then a self builder could do though and the exact needed parts.... and the only way a self build could save is by cutting corners.


Exactly, late last year I looked into buying a gami g pc as the building task seemed so daunting, but I did a little research and managed to build my own, I ended up saving a hell of a lot of money in doing so, I have since helped my 2 cousins build similar spec gaming PC's.
Just like you said I was sharing my opinion about how to save money, a lot of people wouldn't really think about building their own.
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