Stormforce Tabular Gaming PC - SLI GTX 1080 / i7 7700k @ 4.8GHz / 32GB RAM / 512GB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDD / AIO Cooler / 3yr Warranty £2,299.99 @ Box
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Stormforce Tabular Gaming PC - SLI GTX 1080 / i7 7700k @ 4.8GHz / 32GB RAM / 512GB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDD / AIO Cooler / 3yr Warranty £2,299.99 @ Box

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Found 13th Mar
Okay so this is a hefty bit of kit and likely OTT for many, but IF you do want something like this, then it could be of interest. I would say it's good for upgrades... But you're not going to need those for a heck of a long time.

With the prices of RAM and GPUs being a bit wild lately, It's pretty difficult to hunt down things like this. Price wise works out around the same, if not better than building yourself (depending on the parts you go for) I know there are a lot of techy folks on here that would all go for different things, which is fair enough. So just throwing this out there.

I really like the case on this and the lighting is pretty simple and clean looking. That alongside that cable management looks stunning IMO

We don't often see PC's with specs like these and it's definitely heavy on RAM, but still... We don't see much in the way of SLI PCs, so thought some of you may appreciate it.

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CPU - Intel Core i7-7700K clocked @ 4.8GHz
SLI GPUs - 2x GeForce GTX 1080 8GB graphics cards
Motherboard - ASUS Maximus IX Z270-Hero
RAM - 32GB Kingston Hyper X Fury 2400Mhz DDR4 RAM (yep huge)
Storage - 4TB Western Digital HDD + 512GB Western Digital NVMe SSD boot drive
PSU - 750W
CPU Cooler - Stormforce water cooling system with Venom fan
Warranty - 3 Year Collect, Repair and Return Warranty




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Ketchup and mustard and the case looks strange with all that space and the extra grommets.
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Sawb6 m ago

Ketchup and mustard and the case looks strange with all that space and the …Ketchup and mustard and the case looks strange with all that space and the extra grommets.


I'd probably add in extra SSDs over those grommets, I did it many years ago on an NZXT American Fridge Freezer Style case (Was huge) Looked pretty neat

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Edited by: "NeoTrix" 13th Mar
I’d much rather a 1080Ti than sli 1080’s.
stuellis9 m ago

I’d much rather a 1080Ti than sli 1080’s.


Same thoughts as nowadays plenty of games don't support sli or crossfire
amazon.co.uk/gp/…h=1

Grabbed Corsair One Pro for 1644 pounds from amazon Warehouse (as new) yesterday. The most quiet built ever.
Edited by: "mtodak" 13th Mar
Yes, it can run Minecraft, but it can't fix your unoriginal jokes.
Not related to the deal, but Box’s customer service is absolutely atrocious and it took them two whole months (ignoring me for most of it) to diagnose a broken GPU and flat out manipulating the warranty I had with them. Boycotted the **** out of them, and I certainly wouldn’t put down £2k with them.
Edited by moderator: "removed swear word" 13th Mar
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Okay so this is a hefty bit of kit and likely OTT for many

NEVER OTT baby!
mtodak53 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B074JR6SCV/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1Grabbed Corsair One Pro for 1644 pounds from amazon Warehouse (as new) yesterday. The most quiet built ever.


I like that, was that a one off? It looks quite compact. Also is there a good regarded screen pairing for a gaming system now a days? I want to get into it but only used imacs before.
emodan1 h, 28 m ago

Same thoughts as nowadays plenty of games don't support sli or crossfire


Or those that do the scaling is terrible.
mtodak1 h, 27 m ago

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B074JR6SCV/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&th=1Grabbed Corsair One Pro for 1644 pounds from amazon Warehouse (as new) yesterday. The most quiet built ever.


Where do you find the warehouse stock?
Some nice deals on Dell Outlet. Managed to get Dell XPS 8920 I7 7700K GTX 1080 for £880
Wouldn't recommend sli 1080. Rather get a 1080ti as it's doesn't have the issues most games have with sli.

Also i7-7700k is seriously outclassed by the 8700k now I'm expecting it to drop.

However if you are looking for a prebuilt with the warranty seems alright.
collaredK91 h, 9 m ago

I like that, was that a one off? It looks quite compact. Also is there a …I like that, was that a one off? It looks quite compact. Also is there a good regarded screen pairing for a gaming system now a days? I want to get into it but only used imacs before.


144hz 24-27"
Cold, could build cheaper and its not upgrade-able ! its a old Z270 board !
Edited by: "Panda221" 13th Mar
You could sell 1 of them 1080s for around £600 which would knock it down to £1,700 which would be a bargain.
Edited by: "Cantona007" 13th Mar
Panda22145 m ago

Cold, could build cheaper and its not upgrade-able ! its a old Z270 board !


If you looked at everything that way, every Intel build is not "upgradeable" but CPU's are usually only needed to be upgraded every 3-5 years, so it's not a big deal.
Darkwaxer1 h, 47 m ago

Where do you find the warehouse stock?


3xcamel found it for me.
collaredK92 h, 53 m ago

I like that, was that a one off? It looks quite compact. Also is there a …I like that, was that a one off? It looks quite compact. Also is there a good regarded screen pairing for a gaming system now a days? I want to get into it but only used imacs before.


There where like 3 pros and one with i7-7700 cpu.

If it comes to monitor i would recommend 35'' (because there are basically two in one screens without the gap in the middle) 4k , 120-144hz, freesync (cheaper ones for AMD gpus) or G-sync (for Nvidia gpus). As i am RPG, turn-based strategy player I can opt for 60hz and no g-sync/freesync at all.
Edited by: "mtodak" 13th Mar
Is this good enough for word processing?? 🤣🤣🤣
mtodak3 h, 57 m ago

3xcamel found it for me.


Ahh ok never used that.. will have a look. Presume it searches by URL?
Yeah not great. Awful case again from Stormforce.
gunmasterg910 h, 13 m ago

Is this good enough for word processing?? 🤣🤣🤣


Not really no, you need a system marked up as having gtx 1080ti sli to cover your needs.
ritchiedrama13 h, 42 m ago

If you looked at everything that way, every Intel build is not …If you looked at everything that way, every Intel build is not "upgradeable" but CPU's are usually only needed to be upgraded every 3-5 years, so it's not a big deal.


This cpu and chipset is now over a year since its release - so your given 3 to 5 years one could class is as already between 33 and 20 percent of its life already spent. That is before even considering the fact it is already a previous generation product.

Not a big deal when the market is uncompetitive and generation variances are just small increments. In a market where there is competition present, obsolescence accelerates, newer products jump in their advancements and prices tumble as the competitive edge is sought. Why would 1999 stick in my mind in demonstrating a competitive market in this segment!
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