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Posted 7 June 2023

Ryzen 9 7950X3D RTX 4090 X670E-Plus 32GB 5200mhz DDR5 2TB FireCuda 360MM Corsair Windows PC Gaming System £3299.99 @ Stormforce Gaming

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  • AMD's Ryzen 9 7950X3D 16-core processor, 32 threads,
  • Asus TUF Gaming GeForce RTX 4090 TUF OC 24GB GDDR6X
  • Corsair Vengeance DDR5 5200 CL40 32GB (2 x 16GB)
  • Seagate FireCuda 510 M.2 NVMe SSD 2.0TB
  • Corsair iCue 5000D AIRFLOW Black RGB Tempered Glass ATX Smart Case
  • Corsair iCUE H150i 360mm ELITE Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Corsair RM1000e (2023) 1000 W 80+ Gold Certified Fully Modular ATX Power Supply
  • Microsoft Windows 11 Home Advanced
  • Stormforce Gaming 3 Year Collect and Return Warranty

Price: £3299.99 - PCPartpicker: uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…7k9

Comparable to other system builders, doing 7950X3D with this grade of parts, this is estimated in the ball park £500-£700 cheaper then avg prebuilt seller on the net.

its an insane amount of money non the less for a Gaming PC, Not excluisely just a Gaming PC is this**?but if ur looking for a top end Corsair geared up, RTX 4090 Gaming System in the prebuilt market, then stormforce is the place to be at, any custom edits on this one, id give them a call for any personal customs.

**Call, hello?... 64Gb / 128GB? (and with Higher mhz ram, over 2xdims (not 4)

PRE-SALES ENQUIRIESFor any pre-sales enquiries, information on stock availability, bespoke builds or lead times please contact us at: sales@stormforcegaming.co.uk

i have done the 7800X3D/4090 at £3124 and obvious this one is £175 more, pretty much that is market gap on the CPU's (well will be shortly..) but we do have additions; we have the E board, we have the firecuda, we do loose the mhz on the ram (but the cpu doesnt take it..), but we got windows thrown in on this build to.

possible could be a negative, from people in many respects as it is a £3300 PC, but the key journey to my prebuilts is that this is from many places for £3999.990 and infact its sold for that at the place that cant be mention here,

So the Qs is? Corsair via a 360 AIO set up featuring two of the mightiest CPU's going?.

is that a yes?... but maybe its a No due to the RTX4090.

Fancy it with an RTX4080, thats where u get pitching, if its of course u want to go down the route of Corsair 5000x 360 aio and if u dont well, check out the Zhantec Series
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Edited by Sarden84, 8 June 2023
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  1. Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author

    AWD-IT best 4090 from £2499.99 "free upgrade to 32gb within ram, then boost the mhz up"
    +50 for the 1TB Gigabyte Auros +99 2tb corsair
    +99 for 7700X +240 7800X3D
    +30 for strix board to 130 X670e
    +59 for a 240mm aio over the arctic.

    Good value on the lower lot, but i feel time u start to play with the upper spec,

    We hit storms corsair range:

    Ryzen 7 7800X3D - RTX 4090 3299.99
    Prism Extreme AMD
    Prism Extreme Intel

    links to check out. (edited)
    bondlw's avatar
    Thanks very much again taking a look now
  2. bondlw's avatar
    Is this the best 4090 prebuilt you can get right now for price in your opinion then ?

    Thanks (edited)
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    I like this QS;

    "best of something always come with ! to it.
    - which is good,

    nearest biggest rival with this spec is £700 more.
    - cant give u the link as its not welcome here, but u can go on to the site if u can guess where i mean n its alot more.

    Do u desire Corsair 5000Series case?
    Do u desire a 7950X3D CPU,
    Really desire a 360mm aio.

    and if u are = Rocket man.

    if not, what would u consider u really need?

    1) if u dont need windows, and u dont need the 7950X3d and happy for the 7800X3D but do require corsair set up, then the other link at £175 less comes back harder, because despite gaining more in value in cash part price ull gain from an excess not needed basis.

    also if u jump on the bandwaggon for a corsair/aio set up, in that 7800X3D there is lower option for 7700x / 7600x - they could be good for alot of people too,

    and if u dont need corsair stuff, and 360 aio, and go for a cheaper model,

    4080 - 4090 phanteks comes in to play.
  3. Moonmonkeys's avatar
    I'm always curious about these posts. It's a savings site but surely anyone who can spunk three grand on a PC probably wouldn't be on here?
  4. evilzippy's avatar
    Cheers sarden, I'm always keen to see your more pricey pc offerings.

    Nice to see a 2 tb SSD as standard on something this price, 1 tb always seemed measley. (edited)
  5. cjsdeals's avatar
    Hi Sarden thanks for sharing this keep sharing high end deals!

    I'd have pulled the trigger on this if i hadnt been obsessed with building my own machine as a throwback to my childhood!
  6. Freyalinia's avatar
    So tempted. This is a beast
  7. polarbaba's avatar
    I would be looking to build something similar in just over a years time with the 8000 series cpus and 5 series nvidia rtx.

    Not worth building a pc for me right now.

    Prices are bonkers.
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    i dont think next gen wil be any better if im being honest, just that older stuff will mature better as time goes along,

    the market where new comes in and dominated old, new will come in high, older will mature.
    thats my 2sec thoughts,
  8. Axetivo's avatar
    You know any good sites to get gaming laptop deals?
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    i dont follow the laptop market sorry.
  9. Dekard97's avatar
    It's actually not bad for what it is, still can't afford it though
  10. The.Fat.Cat's avatar
    My next build will be £2-3K (Q4 next year).
    Will be interested to see what pops up here for that price compared to what I build, pre-build prices are very good these days.
    Starting to worry about you putting me out of business!
  11. danny.kerr's avatar
    What fps will I get on minesweeper?
    The.Fat.Cat's avatar
  12. Andy_Reinlo's avatar
    all that then they let it down on the ram
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    Its balanced for the CPU, its not like the 7800X3D, 7950X3D is copped at 5200mhz.
    - but u could request higher amounts (low newer CL) of it or change per call as mention though.
  13. garrafk's avatar
    Will this play crysis?
  14. tonka2's avatar
    Seems a good deal to me.
  15. Samezii's avatar
    Thanks Sarden! I have a budget for this. But I really don't want to be ripped off. Even though this is a good deal for today's prices.

    What would be the build you think one should buy (no budget limit)? This one seems like overkill to me, but happy to be educated on it.
    ZeroTheGhostDog's avatar
    If you can afford a 4090 build, most certainly go for it - it certainly is an overkill graphics card but that means it will last a heck of a lot longer than any other graphics card in terms of being able to play games in high quality/fps in many years to come!

    The Alienware Aurora R15 with 13900kf and 4090 can still be had for £3192 if you want to save a little money, although that does come with 1TB SSD instead of 2TB and 260mm cooler instead of a 360mm cooler - not saying you should go for that over this, just wanted to throw a different option up (edited)
  16. the_king8xN's avatar
    I nearly went for one on amazon with an r7 7800x3d for 2899 but since I may end up doing some creative work? Maybe this cpu is better?
    Sarden84's avatar
    Sarden84 Author
    Cant see the one u mean, so be interesting to know which link.
    if its £2899.99 via 7800X3D (storms is £3124) thats good, but does it really have a 4090 though?
  17. NeedToLift's avatar
    Out of stock now.
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