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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X £229.97 on Amazon - Prime exclusive
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Even lower than posted last week, however the Ryzen refresh is coming out tomorrow so might be worth the wait

I'll start saving, not going to be cheap I think.


Yes, there's one coming up on July 4th 2021 which will also be known as American Civil 'Have a nice' War Day.


This is the cheapest I have seen an 1800x but the 2600x is available for order at under £200 and the 2700x for £290 and both of those come with coolers. A half decent cooler for the 1800x will be £30? maybe, so £260 vs £290 for the latest release.


Anyone know of any good deals on time machines?


It probably won't be dispatched, but: It's only 4GB dimms, 2400 clock, and a very loose CL17 timing. However it's ECC, and single rank, and given that it's not a typical consumer SKU and normally has higher than average price, it *might* have Samsung b-die chips on it. Honestly it's probably not worth scrimping if it's going to compromise your build; just eat the extra £50 cost of getting known 2x 8GB 3200 b-die.

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 CPU only £130.99 sold by Dealtime IT and fulfilled by Amazon (Backordered until April 21st)
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
With the impending release of the 2nd gen processors and only a marginal increase in performance with the Ryzen 5 2600 it is a great time to buy these, and a fantastic deal. Were … Read more

To be honest I'm probably going to wait for RAM prices to (hopefully) drop. My i5 4460 is still ok for the time being, I do a lot of gaming on my PC so I'll probably go for another i5 later. I do think you were initially being a bit unfair to Ryzen though when you said: "To overclock the Ryzen, you *need* a 70 quid board. For the i5 8400, you can buy a 50 quid board and get a CPU that doesn't need to be OC'd to compete with the 1600." Now you're saying that the pricing is similar, which I would agree with.


I can't like the Aira site here, but they have one for 52. Are you looking at non Micro? If you require a full ATX board, then yes, the cheapest is 72. It's the same story for all AM4 sockets. If you refuse to get a micro ATX board, the cheapest is 74 after delivery. So, there really is nothing between the two brands right now in motherboard pricing. You have the same value options, mid range options, and expensive options for both. Have a look at the AM4 ones, you would be hard pressed to tell the difference. Intel:,131,130,128 AMD:


Yeah, its just really hard to read someone's blatant untrues.


Cheapest is £72 which ends up being £80 delivered :( Would rather spend £90 on amazon for the GIGABYTE Z370P D3, then I'd have the choice of an upgrade for £10 more.


What do you expect, honestly? If you go into AMD threads and suggest that an Intel processor is better, of course people will argue with you. Especially the poster of the deal, who probably bought one just before they posted it.

AMD YD180XBCAEWOF RYZEN 7 1800X - £242.99 - Sold by Dealtime IT and Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Order now In stock on April 19, 2018. AMD SenseMI Technology AMD XFR (eXtended Frequency Range) Technology Socket AM4. Max Turbo Frequency 4.00 GHz. 16MB L3 Cache 4MB L2 Cach… Read more
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I have done 3 fresh installs already...


Oh, legit, completely reinstall windows. Like, I won't trouble shoot your PC, but I am willing to bet a fresh install fixes it.


I have no clue what is wrong with your PC, but I can *ASSURE* you the FX 6350 is NOT a better CPU for BF1. Turn down your graphics like your cousin, he 'runs it flawless' because he's not running at your FPS or image quality.


If there is another reason why I am having issues, then I will happily try any ideas you have... I need to stop the 100% cpu spikes causing my stutters/fps drops.


As I said before my cousin has an FX 6350 + HD 7950 vs My GTX 1070sc + i5 4670k and his runs flawlessly. He lives next door so I see his running all the time. And if they were being nice to amd owners what happened with them not recommending my cpu as min spec?.

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Ryzen 2700x CPU Cheapest pre-order I've seen £279.99 @ CCLOnline
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Spotted this last night, seems to be free delivery too. Surprised it hasn't be posted yet.
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I don't think anybody is stupid enough to buy a R5/R7 for the sole purpose of gaming, I hope not anyway. The 8 core chips are basically HEDT CPUs at a fraction of HEDT prices, that's their niche and that's who they're for.


Deary me this just goes on and on and on. Games may not always rely on clock speed going forward as they are underutilizing the CPUs with more cores. My 1700 utilisation is 30-40% when gaming so yes it can catch up. Just let it drop. You chose Intel. Congratulations on yr purchase.


Most games need good strong single core performance this is where Ryzen still falls short, so not a good choice in my opinion for gaming as it won't get any better & it can't catch up. Plus it's already behind Intel's last budget non K i5 8400 in single core performance so imagine where it will be in year or two when new cpu's are released. Best unbiased factual review and comparison from Hardware unboxed below tells you all you need to know.


Some people use PCs for things other than gaming. This is an endless debate that's just not worth having on every single deal posted for Ryzen CPUs. Gaming performance is perfectly decent. Multithreaded productivity performance is fantastic. Just leave it there and let people buy what they want. Games will utilize more threads going forward so it's a very good choice of CPU.


Hope nobody pre-orderd. It's twice the price of the 8400 which is on par or beating it in most games. 8400 at £150 & 8600K at £200 are still the best bargain gaming cpu's Looks like a decent cpu though with good multi thread performance but it's expensive currently at £329 rrp Tom's hardware benchmarks are in,5571-7.html

AMD Ryzen 5 2600X CPU Six Core 4.2GHz Processor Socket AM4 - Retail £192.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Cheapest I could find for pre-order. Next is the scan. Cores/Threads: 6/12 Core Technology: "Zen+" 12nm TDP(W): 95 Max Boost (GHz): 4.2 Base (GHz): 3.9 Precision Boost: Y Precisio… Read more
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Let me start by saying that you are fundamentally correct, there is no "perfectly safe" HW/SW - only bugs and exploits that haven't been yet found. Having said that, there are issues and issues. Those "terrifying" AMDFlaws are exploits that required unsigned bios reflashes and/or full local admin right to the box to be triggered. Worrying about them is akin to worrying that a crim can copy your locks and enter in your home again whenever he wants, after you let them in unsupervised and gave them the master key. If you are genuinely concerned about them, do some extra research, be glad that a resolution path is in place and please don't let stock manipulators win by keep on spreading FUDs that have been extensively debunked. Anyway, there are degrees of unsafeness, and as far as it is known, amd has the "safest" products right now, which hardly means anything for most end users, as there are effective mitigation strategies around the meaningful exploits.


CTS labs LOL You can not be serious? The chip flaws that require you to have root/admin access to the pc... Or my favourite one, the one where you need a modded bios to exploit it. Yes they needed fixing. No it's normal to give a manufacturer 1 day notice of your findings. Spectre and meltdown were also found by an "outside source" and given a very advance notice before the findings were made public.


Yea AMD are definitely behind Nvidia at the moment in GPUs. I’ve always been quite surprised about that considering AMD are in every console for several years now! The reason I took your comment the wrong way was just because it sounded like you were saying AMD had been negligent in not releasing the info on their issues after only knowing about it 3 days.


I'm am definitely not anti AMD. I wanted to correct the person who thought Amd didn't have any security issues as this is spreading misinformation and isn't correct because they all have their own issues. I litterally put about 2 sentances and linked articles. I didn't bad mouth the chip and say anything about it being inferior to other brands. I'm in no way brand faithful. I buy whatever suits my needs most and switch between brands when needed. These ryzen chips are great value for money and do a lot of things better and for less money than the Intel chips do. I've switched between the red and blue team many times in the past until it got a bit one sided over the last 7 years or so. It's great now there's competition like you said. They just need to bring that to the gpu sector now to balance that market as that's definately in Nvidias favour.


Not really, you just came across as anti AMD. I agree they all have vulns. I just get miffed when people are not balanced which is how I interpreted your comments. Fact is we need competition in the market so the anti AMD brigade frustrates me.


AMD Ryzen 5 2600 Gen2 6 Core AM4 CPU/Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Zen+ on 2nd Gen. Ryzen The 2nd Gen. 2000 Series AMD Ryzen processors build on the phenomenal performance the world witnessed with the legendary 14nm ‘Zen’ Architecture, by moving t… Read more
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Could always get a different cooler no? I mean you don't even have to overclock it to that degree if you don't need or want to. Still a great buy.


the cooler has been nerfed from the 1600 which actually had the beefier spire cooler. don't expect to OC above the boost speed 3.9 with the stealth 65w tdp cooler.


Haha, nah I've never worked for CEX. I just think that dismissing them based upon some preconceived notions of quality is a mistake. This is HUKD after all, we're here to hunt down bargains without prejudice of store clientele, or personal hygiene (cheeky)


... and which store do you work in?? ;) it's a good point though. Their two year guarantee policy is pretty good to be fair.


I agree there's definitely a lack of diligence in their product identification and testing procedure (for certain item types), but this can be made to work to your advantage. (undervaluing due to misidentification) Moreover if it doesn't work, or isn't as advertised (their strict grading definitions work in your favour in this instance), simply send it back. There's absolutely no risk.

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Ryzen 5 2400G (£117.99) & Ryzen 3 2200G (£79.99) @ Amazon Dealtime IT
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Price drop! Link to 2400g below Sold by Dealtime IT and Fulfilled by Amazon

What a shame. Other chip still the same price if that helps anyone.


£117.99 price no longer available on the 2400G... gone back to £126 :(




Does it still come with the manufacturer's warranty and all that?


Great processor at a great price.

ryzen+ processors starting at £178.69 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
AMD Ryzen 2 Pinnacle Ridge series. Available 19/04/2018. pre order now

Price gouging company, order from Scan instead where it's cheaper. COLD, try harder next time OCUK shills, when you actually find a deal.


Yeah AMD are doing a great job on pricing these IMO, super competitive.


$229 is about £161 + 20%vat makes about £193. Your point still stands mind.


They are gouging on the 2600x as it should be more like £185. They are all stacking up against the 8700k at c £290 imo.


Should do since they are the same part in each region. AMD don't ask for proof of purchase either when RMAing so its extremely unlikely you would be turned down.

AMD Ryzen 7 1800X on Amazon £257.93 Prime Exclusive
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Even lower than posted last time Credits to waxsta:… Read more

The overclockers price for the 2700x (there isn't a 2800x being released) is £299.99 - given that it includes a cooler and the 1800x doesn't I actually don't think the 1800x above is value.


Overclockers have posted their ryzen 2 prices and the 2600x is £209.99 from them. Now it does contain a cooler bit its still £35 more than the 1600x and cooler I bought yesterday.


compared to other AMD chips and the upcoming 2xxx yes you can argue value, but compared to intel, or what we had 18 months ago. 16 threads and 4ghz for this price? Its still an incredible bargain


Yep which is why I went for a 1600x at £149 yesterday. I don't see the additional expense at the moment being worth the additional cores and speed.


10-20% performance increase I more than Intel has been pushing out for a few years. Excluding Sandybridge and 8 series core bumps. Price wise I agree to a degree but additional performance is always a diminishing return.

MSI AMD Ryzen AM4 X370 GAMING PLUS ATX Motherboard (Very Cheap x370) £86.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Hi Guys, Found this very good deal on ebuyer. It's an x370 board (AM4 Socket) for under £90. This is about the average price for a B350 board which makes this a good deal. This boa… Read more

Surely it should?


Didn't work with my Ryzen 1600X so beware.


Ive bought quite a bit from ebuyer, including (some years ago), 4 drives, one of which was DOA. I rang them, and we agreed they'd ship another while I RMA'ed the failed one. No paperwork, no waiting/testing the DOA one. Couldnt be happier ...


Thanks, it sounds like they have made their returns policy a lot better since my last experience. I was returning a DVD player that basically started to melt after 30 minutes of use; even though it had only been delivered that day, they insisted it would have to be sent for testing, and that the testing would take SEVEN WEEKS MINIMUM, before I could have a refund or replacement. This was of course, before the DSR came into law.


- SLI capable - Better power delivery, so when paired with a good cooler, will be able to overvolt higher for absolute max overclock. For most, the answer is no.

Mesh Ryzen Gaming PC "Just as good as its rivals for gaming, but its Ryzen 5 processor £600 @ Mesh
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
BASE SPECIFICATION CiT Prism Black/RGB Window Midi Tower Case 500W Aerocool Integrator 80+ Certified Power Supply ASUS Prime B350M-A Micro-ATX Motherboard AMD Ryzen™ 5-1600 6 C… Read more
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That's just one coin, and not cryptonight algorithm. If you know your hashrate you can see daily earnings here: A single ryzen 1600 will get 4-500 hashes a second on cryptonight v7, and 1500 on cn-lite for example.


Hmmm struggling to see the deal here. A quick amazon search would put components at £510 (without Windows 10 license) and they are all low end parts (especially the PSU). Considering the 1050ti didn't get impacted by the recent graphics card price boom then I'd not consider this I'm afraid. Thanks for the post though OP as not trying to be disparaging.


A Ryzen with slow RAM for 1080p gaming. Raspberry noises :p


They all look pretty dire to me!


Cryptocurrency profit has just started rising again actually. Due to anti-asic resistance implemented by monero and its alts (cryptonight).

Ryzen 5 2400G (£128.99) & Ryzen 3 2200G (£84.98) Amazon
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
With the first lot of Ryzen chips dropping in price with the next lot of Ryzen coming out this month, two of the new chips that have integrated graphics have dropped slightly in pr… Read more

There's some rampant fanboysm on this community. I can't understand why people like the custodians of the absolute truths "X activity can only be done the way I say", "this product is useless [just because it wasn't made by a brand i like]", "you should spend your money the way I would, the only way, otherwise you're a fool!", or the ones that preach the value of a 20% saving for a 5% performance deficit in one thread, only to argue with everybody that the same performance is totally not worth the saving if a brand they don't like is involved, would spend their time on a DEALS website of all places.


The 2200G is equivalent in performance to a 6600K at stock speeds. The 6600K at launch did fine with GPUs like the GTX 980 and R9 390X, there's no way a 2200G would bottleneck a 1050Ti which is not even at GTX 970 performance. You will have to get to a GTX 1070/Vega 56 or GTX 1080/Vega 64 territory for this to become a bottleneck. Also the term bottleneck is subjective, if you are gaming on a 60Hz monitor or TV, this won't be a bottleneck. If you game on a 144Hz monitor then of course this will not cut it and neither will any other CPU available around this price.


I agree with all you said, don't get me wrong. But the Ryzen 2200G is poor in both cpu and gpu. That is why I do not see it in a ATX build. If on a low budget, I would suggest USED i5-4690k + GTX 770 or NEW i3-8100 + GTX 1050ti, or a mix of them. Both combos are way better fit for all purposes, rather than building upon Ryzen 2200G imo. Many people say 'buy now 2200G now, and upgrade gpu later'. While this is ok, you will end up with an expensive and mediocre PC in the end. Just a buy a decent cpu + gpu from the beginning, and save money later. Because anything higher than 1050ti on a Ryzen 2200G will be bottlenecked by this cpu. Not to mention you need expensive RAM to pair with the 2200G to be able to play games.


Buying a console does not replace a PC. General things like using Excel, email, video editing, online banking, even opening a PDF are not for consoles. If you could boot into windows on an Xbox then yes that would be a choice. Why if you are building a PC does it have to be about gaming? Its not what I can afford (I'm sure both you and I could afford a Titan if we wanted?) but we don't. I might have an hour or two on a rainy Sunday and want to play a retro game or maybe an hour on dota2. Yes I might have to play it at 720p or 900p. But it's smooth and enjoyable. As are many older games. This is not the case with HD630 graphics. I'm not sure on why you deem it necessary that because it's an APU you must have an ITX board and case. But if I built a non gaming pc with say a i3-8100 (the main competitor) it can go in a normal PC case? If we called the APU just an AMD CPU with better onboard graphics than Intel offers can we then put it in a normal PC case?


Sorry, but if you cannot afford to pay £100 on a gaming card, you should buy a console. APUs are not for gaming. 720p @ 30-40fps cannot be called gaming. Not in 2018. Maybe in 2003. APUs are great choices for HTPC with occasional playing casual or old games. Building a ATX tower around an APU is non sense.

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 CPU £139.99 Amazon
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I have been looking at building a gaming rig around this CPU and noticed the price had gone down on Amazon. Seems like an excellent deal to to me....but can't bite myself until GPU… Read more
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I read your launch propaganda article. Funny, you act as this isn't just launch propaganda and make assumptions about CCX being improved just because the word 'lower memory latency' was used. Being forced to disable half of your CPU so you can 'play games' is something people *absolutely care about*. Threadripper was meant to play games, stream, and do many things. If you take away the core functionality of the CPU, to have tons of cores and threads, you are basically offering an awful product solution. You are also stating that amd 'fixed this'. I don't believe you. Prove it.


CPU Passmark scores based on cost/performance are absolutely awful way to compare chips. It has the best 'price to performance' leaders as the AMD FX 9590, the AMDAthlon X4 950 and the AMD Athlon X4 760k quad core. Go on, recommend those chips to someone, I will laugh. Those theoretical tests have a major problem, they don't represent real world performance. Have a look here.


Hmmm, I think I would buy one of these chips at £140 and put it in a draw, babylon. My holdout stalwart mate just had to give away a 2500K rig cos,well it was minimum stuttering and generally showing its age even at 4.2 gig.(with that 280x) because he's a plonker and sometimes reflex buys spanking new games. I'm not having a dig,but you wont see this price again in a hurry. It will stay higher if ram goes down as well.


Yes, you shouldnt have any issues getting ram to run at at least 3000 with the 1600,which is where the sweet spot is anyway for gaming . .. but ram is so o/priced now it depends what mrs royo gonna use it for.And how much ram_ if its for 60 hz gaming i would go for any gskill 2400 /2666 kit,what ever is cheapest (you can 'usually' get the next bin up overclocking it later but obviously nothing is set in stone) So if you just want it to run that 2400 2x4 gig kit will run as a place holder. but i am sure you know all this. short answer; up to 3000 is o.k. on a 1600.


Yow didnt bother reading that then, no? The improved cas latency across the board,particularly L2, the improved external latency for ccx etc. I am reading 8% improvement in multithreaded workloads but there were long words in it,you might not have stayed awake.. Anyway, This latency issue was made practically 'mute' in gaming with some bios alterations and optimisations on new games.6 months ago. Which will improve further with time.Maybe you didnt keep up? It is only an issue for 'YOU'. On everything else,as stated,nobody gives a hoot because of price to performance ratio,but you just cant help bringing up old news or picking bits that suit. Just as you did about threadripper only using half the cores for games (so its now only an 8 core 16 thread quad channel 1800X for gaming?Nobody cares? Like anybody would give a toss? Do you have anything other than launch propoganda? bore off, you are clinging onto straws that went over the falls months ago. "You know, I have a spine. If someone wants to make something up or tell a porky pie, I'll be here to shoot it down." "Also, Intel's upgrade path included 6 cores before Ryzen was released, so shrug, it was inevitable" . Nuff said. Ignored flamewar Troll.

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 £148.79 & Others @ Amazon
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Ryzen 2 is round the corner however Amazon have some deals on Ryzen chips at the moment. Ryzen 3 1200 - £77.98 - Ryzen 3 1300X - £98.95 … Read more

Considering the new Ryzen refresh, then I dont think this is significant enough a drop. they have been as low as £135. In the US they have been down to $130. I would wait for those levels as they clear old stick or get the new one.


was 180 i think from memory


very good price, i remember when scan had a misprice on there 1800x. Unfortunately they cancelled all orders but i'm sure it was below 200pounds which would have been unreal value.


Fair enough. I bought an R7 1700 from ebuyer when they mispriced them one weekend. I paid £206. They tried to wriggle out of the sale but I raised a dispute through the independent online dispute resolution service and ebuyer backed down the same day. Fantastic CPU. Overclocked to 3.7Ghz using Auto voltage (upto 1.3V max) on the stock Wraith Spire RGB Cooler. Highly recommended.


I have a 1700 and very happy with it. I got a friend who got the 1600x because he didn't want to manually overclock and he has had no issues either.

Gigabyte AB350M-Gaming 3 Motherboard, AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor and Seidon Cooler Bundle £249.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Motherboard - GA-AB350M-Gaming 3 Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Cooler - Cooler Master Seidon 120V V3 Plus DDR4 Support ATX Form Factor

You do realise there's other vulnerabilities which exist to elevate your rights up to admin? So the point is sort of redundant.


I disagree they are 'low level and far less serious'. The simple fact there are so many different exploits available is very disturbing.


Who said AMD could do no wrong? Yes these vulnerabilities are there, BUT they are low level and far less serious than the report made out.


No, it's not. And that's why all the tech sites covered it, because it was a legitimate issue. To wave it off as if AMD can do no wrong is just bias flowing.


The whole piece was a hit job on AMD to drive shares down in the short term, and to repeat the claims in the report is just plain stupid.

Punch Technology Ryzen 5 1060 6gb gaming pc £899.96 Ebuyer
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar I was getting a laptop now I'm getting a desktop trying to get a decent screen/spec and not red … Read more
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This is a good deal, not sure what all the hate is. All the builds being posted have 8gb ram instead of 16 and 3gb 1060 instead of 6gb. Also yeah windows is expensive if you don't buy a dodgy key. I just threw together pretty much the cheapest possible on partpicker, not including wi-fi and its 840, company has to make some mark-up and £50 aint bad if you dont want to build it yourself PCPartPicker part list: Price breakdown by merchant: CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz 6-Core Processor (£147.50 @ Aria PC) Motherboard: ASRock - AB350M-HDV Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£53.98 @ Ebuyer) Memory: Crucial - 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory (£139.00 @ Amazon UK) Storage: PNY - CS900 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£34.20 @ Ebuyer) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£35.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB AMP! Edition Video Card (£269.98 @ Ebuyer) Case: Thermaltake - Versa H15 MicroATX Mid Tower Case (£31.79 @ Ebuyer) Power Supply: Corsair - Builder 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (£46.50 @ Amazon UK) Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit (£82.72 @ More Computers) Total: £841.66 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-03-27 13:14 BST+0100


Thats not the same PC though, the one OP posted is a 6gb 1060 and 16gb DRAM

adamwebb8 this is a good deal too.


Unfortunately any prebuilt pc will come with windows 10 pre installed and that adds an extra £100 to the build (when you can get a key for £5 on ebay). I'd suggest using pc specialist and configuring a similarly speced pc with 1x8gb ddr4 for £753 (since I just checked). This is certainly a better option than ebuyer and they allow you to add a few things like the wifi card, change the case etc to suit your needs. I've had good experience from them before and they offer 3 year warranty standard. Beloe is the partslist and here is the link to configure it:

TheMev about something like this, which you customise? Sorry linky not working, it's under AMD gaming PC Ryzen 7-1700 for £899

AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU £136.21 @ CCL
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
A few pounds cheaper than elsewhere. (beats Novatech by a penny :P) Maybe the 2200g is better bang for your buck but this is still a great APU. In stock, free delivery. Part Nu… Read more

These APUs are amazing for how much you can do with them. I know GPU prices are slowly returning to normal, but in most cases budget orientated cards are still overpriced and this presents a very viable alternative.


No. There isn’t any second gen Ryzen plus these APU parts are the only ones for a while


That's a good Ryzen to hold off....I'll get me coat.


This is a great price. Heat. But I am going to hold on for another month, Ryzen 2 hits next month so all the previous Gen will get cheaper, hoping for Ryzen 5 or 7.


Make sure your motherboard supports it and has updated bios out of the box or it won't boot

AMD Ryzen 7-1800X £245 at Maplin (Delivered)
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Saw this on Maplin's website, seems like a good deal, not sure how the warranty process will work, though, since they're in administration :D

all gone now


Were they going just at the time?


They gave me my money back when I changed my mind (after delivery) when I bought a GTX970 last year.


No i tried in store.


Or just don’t buy from them. Yes, you have Section 75 assuming you spent more than £100, but honestly, what a load of easily avoidable hassle...

Ryzen 7 1700x for £195 delivered @ Maplin
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
This is already covered by the Maplins 20% off deal, but since that is going cold I feel this particular offer is worth highlighting for anyone interested in building a Ryzen PC. … Read more

1800x for 245 isn't bad either but this was better whilst it lasted


Thankyou OP I got one ;-)


That's allot of processor for your money, and it's the X variant too.

Ryzen 3 2200G  with Wraith Stealth Cooler and RX Vega Graphics - Black £79.99 @ Amazon
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Ryzen 3 with onboard Vega 8 graphics. Was £90 The 2400g is also reduced by £10 but this is the best bang for the buck, as it were

Let's be real though, 2020 is not far away and AMD have been know to do half upgrades. They did AM2 and AM2+ and AM3 and AM3+. They will likely do a AM4+ where their new chips 'work' on the old boards, but are cut down in features. AMD *will* be changing their socket every 'other' generation, they just have a longer cycle between generations planned. I just can't see this board being suggested for gaming, full stop. I wouldn't suggest the Geforce 1030 for Gaming, and it's superior to this APU in performance. I'd say if you even want to talk about 'gaming' you should get a minimum of the 750/950/1050 cards, which can be had for under 100.


I have saw a couple of articles and videos stating that you can "borrow" an old, socket compatible APU from AMD to do the upgrade and then return to them, I cant see if this is available in the UK too. I think Gamers Nexus stated it took over a week to get to them though.


Fantastic processor for the price but be aware that most AM4 boards, even though they say they support it, need flashing before use as the bios does not support the 2200g off the shelf. You may need a ryzen 3,5 or 7 processor to put in to the board first to flash it and get the bios to support the 2200g. If your buying from a reputable computer parts retail establishment then it may be possible for them to flash it for you before they post it... Maybe a small fee applied but it does save time.. I had to strip down my Ryzen 5 rig to get this processor working for my dad :(


Whoa, thanks for the reply!


Yes i removed the comment after i read the full article and didnt want to push inaccurate information, thanks for the link. Here it is clarity "The upgrade path for RAM would be to go from 1x 8GB sigle rank @ 2933 to 2 sticks at the same speed, maybe more with an overclock. 16 GBs or RAM is overkill for anything based on this setup, 8GB is more than enough but the upgrade path is most definitely there. As for the graphics capability, yes its not going to do AAA 60fps, but what complete system for £400 will? It will be good for slightly older games, especially with an overclock e.g DigitalFoundry had GTA V on High settings averaging 49.1fps." When i said upgrade path I really meant for CPU and GPU, as AMD don't change their socket every other generation and will support it until at least 2020 you can drop in a future Ryzen as long as the board gets a bios update and with a discrete GPU if the prices normalise. I had overlooked RAM in this. It does mean a bit more planning to get the ram you want for the system upfront (I dont like having to rely on selling to that so I wont say you could sell the lower capacity pair in the future), I'm not using it for gaming so am fairly sure that i wont need more than 8GB of ram so will get a 2x4GB 3000MHz from the start. Even for gaming that may be the best option, it would still bring a system in at under £400

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