Custom built PC desktop

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Posted 2nd Dec
Looking to build a desktop PC but been out of the loop for quite some time and would prefer someone to do it for me rather than me assembling it myself.

The usual online retailers (PC Specialist, Chillblast, Scan, CCL Online, Overclockers,) charge a lot and you only get to pick parts from their list. On top of that, they charge a lot more for the parts than the average retailer.

I'm after a reasonable spec PC without monitors. Budget around £1500 inc VAT and no gaming involved.

Something like Intel i7, Samsung 1TB M2, 32GB RAM 3000Mhz, motherboard I've no idea and likewise with graphics card (just needs to run 3 x monitors at up to 4k, for future proof).

Prefer a mid-size case, white with clear see through, tidy-internals and cabling and some UV lights!

Anyone care to recommend a supplier or some the parts I should consider.

thanks
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uk.pcpartpicker.com/lis…Vwh this is an amd one and why might want to change the case but the rest should be fine
^^ use PC part picker and get AMD
Why do you need to spend £1500 for a non gaming PC

What do you need it for?
That's the absolute upper limit, hoping I can bring it way under that.

I do photoshop and some (minor) video editing so its really around that. So good CPU, memory and fast disk access.

I'd also like future-proof it within reason, so prefer the latest motherboard such that it allows for expansion, chipset.

And lastly, I would like to have a white see-through case with lighting - that's an indulgence, no two ways on that!

I already have two monitors so don't need that, just the base unit.
ScoobyDoobyDoo02/12/2019 11:18

That's the absolute upper limit, hoping I can bring it way under that. I …That's the absolute upper limit, hoping I can bring it way under that. I do photoshop and some (minor) video editing so its really around that. So good CPU, memory and fast disk access. I'd also like future-proof it within reason, so prefer the latest motherboard such that it allows for expansion, chipset.And lastly, I would like to have a white see-through case with lighting - that's an indulgence, no two ways on that! I already have two monitors so don't need that, just the base unit.

scan.co.uk/pro…20m ?
Thanks, what a good looking case!
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