That user with an overall budget of 2.5K Some now.../.. some laters.....
Corsair 4000X £110 (OPTIONAL CHOICES/ PERSONAL TASTE)Asus Strix E B550 Motherboard £190
Ryzen 5 5800x 8Core 16Thread £387
Corsair Icue H100I Cooler £120
Gigabyte 3060 RTX Graphical Card with Triple Fan £430.
32GB Adata D60 RGB 3600mhz 4x8GB £175
Corsair RM750 GOLD PSU £99
SN550 1TB NVME £85
Adata 960GB SSD £75
Windows 10 £90
(BOLD ARE ONSITE CHANGES)Price 1681.63Or £1811.63 for Ryzen 9 5900x selection.Valuation of the 5800x build 1761...... so win is free then in the 2 prices then.
Try taking a deal like the baseline elsewhere if it was competive n crack them parts higher? Boom boom boom boom. Value here ----> Price here..However:
From a hotukdeal typical user point of view: too much on the motherboard too much on ram too much on 8core method cut back and add more on to gpu for this buck, are they correct? if ur a typical just a gamer and thats ur total spend Top advice - that my advice though these forums, but as pointed at the top "some now/ some laters" - the aim of this one is taking the value of the base deal, cranking it up for that user who will want to spend 2500; that top end overall user who is happy with the RTX3060 in the interim but will 100% bang in a higher gpu laters when its it competive to do so while having everything else done n dusted for that.
not everyone's way, but i know my alt methods in the past regards if they go cold/hot sell well because people do there own methods rather then be told what to do that they have to go a certain way, where as i like to showcase n highlight competive methods of each way of each.
Rog B550-E Motherboard
Corsair RM750 GOLD PSU
2x D60 (total 32GB) 3600mhz ram
Corsair Elite Capellix 240 Cooler