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Xenta Desktop PC, AMD Ryzen 5 2400G, 8GB DDR4, 480GB SSD, WIFI, from £271 @ Ebuyer / ebay
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Xenta Desktop PC, AMD Ryzen 5 2400G, 8GB DDR4, 480GB SSD, WIFI, from £271 @ Ebuyer / ebay

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Posted 6th JanEdited by:"sarden84"

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Another Prebuilt system.

This time by Ebuyer..

"Im a Prebuilt system seeker, i build my own, but alot of folks either dont want to, so i like seeking out deals for them at all types of levels.

have a look under my name for many more builds..

so lets strip this one down:

information from the post:

Xenta Desktop PC
AMD Ryzen 5 2400G, £106 @ amazon
8GB DDR4 2400mhz £24.00
480GB SSD, by Gigabyte £45
WIFI, 300n . £9
MSI A320M Pro-E MB - £43
250W PSU: £19.99*EST

No Operating Sys - 5er of ebay, and then head to links below to install on Pendrive.

total parts EST: £247 -
Total Price inclusive of build charge after ebay discount is £271.00

so this puts it in line in price with the CCL deal under my name for £261 for a 3200G which comes with the Vega 8... this has extra threads being a 2400G CPU and also has vega 11 onboard graphics which is a nice additional increase. there isnt much in it between 2nd/3rd gens to worry about in either line.

the downside is the PSU!..... if your after a nice perky office system, this will be great, got the ideal member in my inbox seeking a deal like this now so he be over this...

what i would do, is upgrade that PSU......

buy it!, get an invoice... call upgrade it, if they cant help cancel the sale under the 14 terms.. shouldn't cost that much extra £20 get a nice PSU exta on top.. then u have a nice system...no decent firm doesnt do after sales.

fancy 16gb...... give them a call too.. while ur at it upgrade to higher mhz ram so long its all within budget, use my idea on prices below.

hotukdeals.com/dea…867

this ones for
#office #lowgamers=call... id want a higher psu.. and higher ram and i forgot thanks to the comments below for the reminder if ur at it get 2666mhz or 3000mhz have pre look on there website at afford options ram/psu.. then u know the total.. so if the 16gb comes to £55 and psu is a nice oem a/c £30.. u dont need to go to mad on this then thats £85... u wanna be paying -25 -20 to remove the stuff to swap it out.. so all in £45ish..

fancy building seek up ryzen 1200/1600 CPU Deals under my name for many build info n edit it according with the CPU you require.

feel free to inbox for any advice.
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Decent budget pc. Won't be a lot cheaper if built by your own. Good find.
vornstar1307/01/2020 16:49

No it won't. I have this APU and had 8gb 3200mhz and it was crap until I …No it won't. I have this APU and had 8gb 3200mhz and it was crap until I put another 8gb in and now it flies.


That's likely due to the dual channel ram you now have, not due to the increase in amount.
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Decent budget pc. Won't be a lot cheaper if built by your own. Good find.
Good price but 2400mhz ram will really hamper CPU performance.
Anyone know if the 2400g has many benefits over the 2200g gaming wise?
Ryzen APUs are boosted a lot by ram speed, this could really do with 3000mhz+ ram.

This'll get a bit above 40fps 1080p medium fortnite. Not sure how well these overclock. Outside of that, this'll be largely limited light/indie gaming
I like this guys vibe.....
I’m a builder through and through but some good systems to start off someone who just wants it delivered, assembled and ready to go!

HEAT
Ebuyer!?! People be accusing you of working for them next...

That would be downright insulting.
reubenno06/01/2020 19:53

Good price but 2400mhz ram will really hamper CPU performance.


This is not true. First of all it depends on the kind of work you're doing, additionally, difference in performance are very small when it comes to Ram speed.

I would be more inclined to single out the 8gb size as a factor for hampering CPU performance than RAM speed.
Strandlines07/01/2020 16:35

This is not true. First of all it depends on the kind of work you're …This is not true. First of all it depends on the kind of work you're doing, additionally, difference in performance are very small when it comes to Ram speed. I would be more inclined to single out the 8gb size as a factor for hampering CPU performance than RAM speed.


pcper.com/2018/02/amd-ryzen-5-2400g-memory-speed-performance-analysis/

Also the amount of ram in a system won't hamper CPU performance unless you're doing heavy work like after effects. Ryzen relies on high speed memory to function at its best. The 2400mhz ram in this pc will limit the CPU substantially.
Edited by: "reubenno" 7th Jan
abigsmurf06/01/2020 20:29

Ryzen APUs are boosted a lot by ram speed, this could really do with …Ryzen APUs are boosted a lot by ram speed, this could really do with 3000mhz+ ram.This'll get a bit above 40fps 1080p medium fortnite. Not sure how well these overclock. Outside of that, this'll be largely limited light/indie gaming


No it won't. I have this APU and had 8gb 3200mhz and it was crap until I put another 8gb in and now it flies.
I don't understand PC's as well as you however heat for excellent explanation advice and confidence. If I were looking I'd buy based on this advice
Dusty06/01/2020 20:27

Anyone know if the 2400g has many benefits over the 2200g gaming wise?


Onboard graphics that are actually very good. Perfect for graphics, photo editing and low level gaming like fortnite but extra RAM is needed. I added another stick and not had any problems.
vornstar1307/01/2020 16:49

No it won't. I have this APU and had 8gb 3200mhz and it was crap until I …No it won't. I have this APU and had 8gb 3200mhz and it was crap until I put another 8gb in and now it flies.


That's likely due to the dual channel ram you now have, not due to the increase in amount.
250w power supply... no thanks
reubenno07/01/2020 16:40

pcper.com/2018/02/amd-ryzen-5-2400g-memory-speed-performance-analysis/Also …pcper.com/2018/02/amd-ryzen-5-2400g-memory-speed-performance-analysis/Also the amount of ram in a system won't hamper CPU performance unless you're doing heavy work like after effects. Ryzen relies on high speed memory to function at its best. The 2400mhz ram in this pc will limit the CPU substantially.



As vornstar12 is stating the key is bandwidth (speed combined with number of lanes and hence his dual channel variant seeing results) although latency is also in the equation.

Your link is strongly biased to the GPU side of the APU which with 2400g loves all it can get when pushing the graphics side. In most productivity stakes (CPU side of the APU) it is less pronounced and even dual channel could be debated - quad is a different matter (albeit not really applicable in this market).

e.g. anandtech state here after confirming for gaming there is no doubt - "The CPU benchmarks were a little hit and miss, depending on if memory was the bottleneck, meaning only WinRAR and DigiCortex saw big gains"

Amount of RAM becomes an issue when you have too little as you then drop to the performance of the swap partition when required (memory vs storage systems do not have the same level of performance). Zero difference (other than cost) having too much.
PC prices will have to come down when the next gen consoles are improving the baseline
Theres plenty PSUs to choose from on cclonline
Any links for the Windows 10 key?
Thanks for posting; we've added this to the Highlights pages
Sarden absolutely nailing the pc related deals yet again! Another massive effort on the post too. Well played that man! Hot.
its bad power supply and no graphics card
KyleMaynard07/01/2020 22:20

its bad power supply and no graphics card


This variant of the processor has reasonable integrated graphics.
Will this be good enough for office work, perhaps with a lot of browser windows open? I'm getting worried by talk of the ram not being fast enough or there not being enough. Not enough ram is fine, can always get another stick of the same thing later, but not enough speed is just a waste buying. Power supply should be good enough, right? If it's never going to have another hard drive or graphics card in then you wouldn't need to draw any more power.
Might get this to replace my aging upstairs pc.. as has been noted it has an awful power supply though.. is it still a goood deal if you have to buy a better PSU?

I'm still more than happy with my 4 year old downstairs main system Intel 4690k, 32GB HyperX 1866 etc EVGA PSU.. does that make me odd?
Edited by: "Monzer" 8th Jan
Desktop: Fantastic price
Retro Gamers: perfect with the vega / price.

wanna alter this in to something sweet at many high levels higher: absolutely.

alot in this community dis Ryzen 3, and Ryzen 5'G they offer alot of buck for bang, if u manage to do what i said in the post above, i cant promise out as this is "ebuyer" no daft company will reuse an after sale. 16Gb £60ish.. nice oem 500w dont need to go to mad but good quality brand if u wanna go higher upto.. , £30/£35, time u take of your reduction of part u removed. 95-20P/24R= £44.. remember u pull out your 14 days terms rights. i cant promise out so look at £315 or best u can get. not happy cancel it if ur intentions were higher.......

something like this built by CCL £345... when u up the SSD to this size.. same 2400mhz ram..

pop on ebay purchase a used RX570 for £70.... or an alternative item like it, and u got a nice 2400G / Rx570.... or RX580... even 1660..... be a nice fitting for this.

theres a lot of people Why not build your own, alot of people are scare'd of doing it ok.. and alot will refuse to open the case, but theres a good portion of folks who dont mind swapping out the GPU or ram or learning how to put one in, and anything beyond that goes over there head.

theres no harm in using a 2400G as its intended to be, id like a better psu for peace of mind, cos more then likely itll be a 250 and not the best 250 at that.

#alot of self builder will reply maybe why not just self build ^ covered that above.

in the prebuilt market ryzen, u got vega 8 £290 with 480gb(lower with 240gb, vega 11 £345 as i said above , u got your RX580 2600 rx590 2600x 2700 which i posted at £500-600+ and then beyond that... theres alot of firms out there over charging for these vegas beyond CCl , and an awfull amount of firms in the £400-£450 build with a lot of rubbish. there isnt a build on the market right between whats worth £450 as an instant Wow thats an amazing deal "click Done"......

there use to be CCL/Ebay Site wide Ebay voucher = thats gone untill CCL sort themselfs out with Ebay..

Theres an AWD 2300x with an RX570.... which is a nice little combo... £420 but time u add the little extras needed i.e 16gb over this tranditional "8gb 2400mhz" ..... bang..... might as well go my CCL deal a little higher n knock it down to the RX580/2600... for like £495..ish

so theres a gap in the "prebuilt market atm.. " this erm £350......-£485......

normaly a 2400G/3400g the older slight drop but not by alot isnt a CPU id personal wanna touch cos of the price, its the same price as 2600....... so if the intentions are to add a GPU.. might as well get a 2600...or a prebuilt in that way,, make sense.... but if u dont want a GPU, and happy as its intended to be a "G-V11" u might as well save £40/£50 difference in past and go for the G-V8 at not much lower in terms of gaming aspects/desktop aspects....

so with the reduction of price with typical 2400Gs/3400gs prebuilds in the market at there usual prices this makes this a nice deal at all levels and contender to do up nice advance system..

some may say why would u add a GPU....... alot do and its actually very nice fitting, 4core 8thread same as 1200 4c/4t at a lower speed with high end GPU's for gamers on budget who only game, where this has extra threads.

so desktop bang on as it is, retro gamer bang on.. and as a vega 11... sort the psu.. and do that by them n then u still get the saving, within it all. should be bundle part value +as stated build charge above.

as for the ram debate above.... 2400mhz vs 2666mhz ur talking 1fps higher.. 2666mhz vs 3200mhz talking 2fps higher at this level of CPU and that is on selective few games most of the time half that. so the increase is a nice addition if u swapping as i said try n 16gb in it and while at it get higher as might as well but dont be put of by 2400mhz as its a nice mhz ram..
Edited by: "sarden84" 8th Jan
would i be able to edit go-pro videos on this machine?
Ordered as an office pc... cheers OP.
Sold out but looking at this for £325 inc. code:

ebay.co.uk/itm…097

Replace PSU + add 8gb Ram to keep family happy for next 5 years? General desktop inc light photo editing use + netflix.
Edited by moderator: "removing shortened link " 8th Jan
I'd recommend throwing in a RX 570 or 580 for £80 or £110 respectively used. Both will help you with performance nearly doubling fps on some games and it's not too expensive to do so either
Monzer08/01/2020 10:26

Might get this to replace my aging upstairs pc.. as has been noted it has …Might get this to replace my aging upstairs pc.. as has been noted it has an awful power supply though.. is it still a goood deal if you have to buy a better PSU? I'm still more than happy with my 4 year old downstairs main system Intel 4690k, 32GB HyperX 1866 etc EVGA PSU.. does that make me odd?


The pc you have right now is starting to show age but it's still better than the listed pc.
We ended up getting this for work and nobody sells this exact ram any more corsair.com/uk/…C16
Found a few UK shops that have it listed but just list it as sold out. Whoops!
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