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Asrock B550 Phantom Gaming 4/AC Motherboard, Supports 3rd Gen AMD4 Ryzen, PCIe 4.4 - £109.98 @ Amazon
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Supports 3rd Gen AMD AM4 Ryzen / Future AMD Ryzen Processors 8 Power Phase Design, Digi Power Supports DDR4 4733+ (OC) 1 PCIe 4.0 x16, 1 PCIe 3.0 x16, 2 PCIe 3.0 x1 Graphics Output… Read more
element54

I'm considering updating my setup and I would go for a B550 board like this due to future upgrade potential

ali13196

This or the b450 carbon pro max

albinowarmonkey

Gone for this, cheers OP

jcmaton97

You're literally describing the future upgrades you say the x570 doesn't have

Dingolicious

Pulled the trigger on this one just now, been waiting for a decent Ryzen board and figured I'd be waiting til Black Friday with everything happening in the world. Got this and a 3600 for 270 from Amazon (No offer on the 3600) which seems fine. Now if a decent 2TB M2 SSD could drop below £200 I'd be happy!

ASRock B550M Pro4 Micro-ATX Motherboard *pre order* £111.78 delivered @ Scan
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This AMD B550M Pro4 Micro ATX motherboard from ASRock is built for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen™ processors and future generation processors. The AMD B550 chipset makes PCI-e 4.0 available fo… Read more
Raydar81

Thanks for the feedback I just wanted to get an idea as I'm in two minds to build something for basic movie watching and light video editing

Chrrye

Confirming those valuations and motherboard assessment although additionally it is a little suspect they don't specify the RAM (even in 'Specifications') (you may want to ask seller if you are going for it) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07SXNDKNM/ https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B078KBKFZ6/ Warranty seems good. Personally (with that CPU) I would spend another £10-20 and get a decent B450 motherboard.

zochus15

A little on the budget side from the motherboard side of things but adding the price up of the components is about the normal price for these. Cpu is around £130, motherboard £50 then the ram depending what type it is £70.

Raydar81

CCL 4.2GHz AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Bundle - 16GB, Gigabyte A320M-S2H Motherboard AMD Ryzen 5 3400G 3.7GHz Quad Core CPUGigabyte A320M-S2H MotherboardEnormous 16GB MemoryRadeon RX Vega 11 CPU GraphicsPre-assembled and Tested3 Years Warranty https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/CCL-4-2GHz-AMD-Ryzen-5-3400G-Bundle-16GB-Gigabyte-A320M-S2H-Motherboard/114264955099?hash=item1a9ab8d8db:g:8W8AAOSwyHFe62Qr £250.99 Can someone tell me if this is a good deal ? Thanks

zochus15

I have asus tuf b450-m-plus gaming but it's not the best board if you want to run 4 memory modules as it will keep crashing the system at even 3000mhz. Then the aura also is just a one big problem. I might try one b550m

ASRock B550M-HDV "order upon Request" £87.59 Delivered From Novatech
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ASRock B550M-HDV "order upon Request" £87.59 Delv From Novatech. This is one of the lowest B550s on the market, "stock user" "3100-3600" that aspect into zen3 --> if i was rec… Read more
uthypranks_TV

It’s msrp is 80$ though. Yes it’s low end but it’s the cheapest b550

uthypranks_TV

Cheaper on ebuyer

7777777

This is a low end, £50 board from Asrock at inflated price due to covid driven demand and new chipset. Unless you really have to, wait for wider availability, a bit of competition and b450 stock dried out. This price does not reflect its quality at all.

Bradmonk

You're paying for the chipset, not the feature set.

Mrrsoles

I agree. Trusted seller and recommended.

ASRock B550M Pro4 AMD Socket AM4 Micro - £107.06 delivered From More Computers
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ASRock B550M Pro4 AMD Socket AM4 Micro ATX Nice Price for this little entry board into the B550.... its no high range board just like its older brother the B450, but solid entry, … Read more
scoopsy

Price has now gone up

scoopsy

This one also has dual m.2 nvme slots. The difference is if you use the 2nd one you loose some of the sata connections as they run on the same channel.

slex88

Hardly any noise. Got mine inside a Thermaltake V21 case. I went for the x570m as it has dual m.2 nvme. Lots of bios settings too.

scoopsy

I think I am gonna go the x570m over this one. Can you tell me how the fan noise is for the chipset? I'm just weighing up if the x570m is worth the extra 70+ pounds over the b550m.

dbizal

This or the MSI X570-A PRO?

ASRock DeskMini 310 Barebone - £141.69 @ CCL
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Awesome little bundle for a small price, can't seem to find it anywhere else cheaper than this (that has stock). Quite a niche form factor and very small (Mini-STX) so not for eve… Read more
EDEN188

Can you explain the reason why? I'm quite curious as I do use transcoding, but this is mainly to support client devices where they have limitation, e.g. non-supported CODEC, slow internet speed, etc. Thanks.

malhal

You should be avoiding transcoding altogether not trying to support it. What video or audio formats are you transcoding to?

EDEN188

If I remembered correctly, the Nvidia GPU is limited to transcode 2 streams simultaneously (except the Quadro card). As long as you're happy with that, then getting the 3600 and the Nvidia combination would give you more oomph.

ZeBadger

I'm thinking of sticking in an old Nvidia GTX 1050 that I have, but maybe a 3400G would be a better purchase. Benchmark wise, the 3600 is massively higher than the 3400G. I'm not sure that kinda power would get used - but I feel it's much better value for money.

EDEN188

Hi, I have looked at your spec and it doesn't show you have selected a GPU, I'm assuming that you have an AMD GPU spare. Without knowing how old your GPU is, I can't really tell whether hardware transcoding is supported. For reference, I have a RX560 sitting in my server (Ryzen 1700) and that is definitely supported by Plex for hardware transcoding (you can see in the task manager). If you are thinking of the 3400g, then this post says they have set up using the older 2400g for Plex. https://www.reddit.com/r/PleX/comments/ahhlmv/ryzen_5_2400g_server_success/

ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Challenger 8 Go - £274.74 delivered @ Amazon.fr
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ASRock Radeon RX 5700 Challenger 8 Go - £274.74 delivered @ Amazon.fr
Currently out of stock on amazon.fr but you can still order it., Clock: GPU / Memory Boost Clock: Up to 1750 MHz / 14 Gbps Game Clock: Up to 1675 MHz / 14 Gbps Base Clock: 1425 … Read more
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hong_kong_englishman

Personally i dont think it's worth the money too and add the fact that it's a lottery if you get one that runs reliably made me stear clear of it.

chakdephatteh

This or the XT? I feel like the XT is hundred pounds more but the performance gain isn't worth the extra price right?

hong_kong_englishman

I It's been delayed but i will hopefully be able to test it tommorow and compare the frame rates for the gigabyte rtx 2060 i wrote down.but if this video is to be believed it should be level or 3-10 fps faster depending on the game.

HornetWing

@hong_kong_englishman Did it arrive? How well does it perform? I'm stuck between this, a 2060 or paying a bit more for the 5700XT that was posted earlier today.

hong_kong_englishman

Well my luck still seems to be holding as i checked my bank account and amazon charged me £269.24

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Asrock H370M mini itx motherboard - £90.93 - dispatched and sold by Amazon.de
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Asrock H370M mini itx motherboard - £90.93 - dispatched and sold by Amazon.de
£90.93£12225%Amazon Germany Deals
Price includes postage to uk. Really hard to find this board at this price. 6 sata, two gigabyte Ethernet. H370 chipset. Mini itx form factor. Using for my mark 2 unraid server/ Na… Read more
Josu

nice build :D

ontheqt

My unraid build with pico silent psu in, 120w total for build (upto 150w) (head room for more ram/ extra storage): Pico > ATX PSU Adapter Steel With Screws https://www.kustompcs.co.uk/components/power-supplies/dc-boards-ac-adapters/pico-atx-psu-adapter-steel-with-screws/ Mini-Box picoPSU-160-XT High Power 24 Pin Mini-ITX Power Supply https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B005TWE6B8/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 LEICKE ULL PSU Power Supply Adapter AC 12V 12.5A 150W https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00YXXAG7C/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Asrock H370M mini itx motherboard draws less power than larger boards upto 30w. https://www.amazon.co.uk/ASROCK-Socket-1151-V2-90-MXB6R0-A0UAYZ-Board-Black/dp/B07BMV3X6N/ref=sr_1_1?dchild=1&keywords=Asrock+H370M+mini+itx+motherboard&qid=1587886661&s=computers&sr=1-1 Intel Core i5-9500T 2.2 GHz 6-Core OEM/Tray Processor (any T rated Intel CPU for quick sync and lower power consumption) eBay tends to the the best bet. Look for one with UHD graphics 8th and 9th gen. 35W. I paid £130 used. For example https://www.amazon.co.uk/Intel-CM8068403377415-i3-8100T-3-10GHz-Prozessor/dp/B079FZ24R4/ref=sr_1_3?dchild=1&keywords=Intel+Core+i3-8100T&qid=1587888945&s=computers&sr=1-3 Crucial CT8G4DFS824A 8 GB (DDR4, 2400 MT/s, PC4-19200, CL17, Single Rank x8, DIMM, 288-Pin) Memory https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01BIWK9OK/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (lower MHz equals less power consumption probably. ARCTIC Freezer 12 CO – Compact Semi Passive Tower CPU Cooler for Continous Operation | 92 mm PWM Fan | For AMD AM4 and Intel 115x CPU |Up to 130 W TDP https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06VTGPL74/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B06VTGPL74/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_slice_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 silent while idle and quite there after. Semi passive and designed with bearings to be on all the time. MX-4 (current edition) - Quality thermal compound https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B07L9BDY3T/ref=ppx_od_dt_b_slice_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 3 X hdd of personal choice. One parity two storage. Plus large ssd 1 tb for cache and quick access to regularly used files which I use for music and vms (also backed up on array) saves disks spinning up all the time. 5400 rpm use less power. SilverStone SST-GD10B - Grandia HTPC ATX Computer Case the case I picked. Can hold 3 hdds plus an SSD. Takes most motherboards. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00LFP9BEA/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1 Unraid licence https://unraid.net/pricing Space Invader one on YouTube for how to guide on unraid. Essential unraid plugins and dockers: https://raw.githubusercontent.com/Squidly271/community.applications/master/plugins/community.applications.plg Plex (Linux or Plex Inc plugin) Krusader Next cloud Unassigned devices Dynamix plugins, nerd tools + perl, CA plugins. Fix common problems.

dannysmith43

Both Intel aswell, defo good for PFSENSE, shame it doesn't have a DC in power supply

mogsog

Dual gig ethernet, great for a pfsense beast.

ontheqt

Someone changed it. Changed it back. Thanks.

ASRock DeskMini A300 Mini PC Barebone for Socket AM4 - £134.99 Delivered @ cclonline
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ASRock DeskMini A300 Mini PC Barebone for Socket AM4 - £134.99 Delivered @ cclonline
£134.99 Free P&P FreeCCLOnline Deals
Supports AMD AM4 Socket APUs up to 65W 2 x SO-DIMM DDR4 slots Dual M.2 PCIe Gen3 slots 2 x 2.5" SATA III support HDMI, DisplayPort & VGA outputs
soton26

I have a load of tasmota-flashed devices but still don't understand the advantages of MQTT (I use them with Alexa). Is it easy enough to play with? Home assistant or Code Red?

shadzz

I'm not very into much into downloading, but occasionally it is very practical to have the tools on hand. My "home" stack also includes unifi, grafana, influxdb and mqtt server and esphome. I also have some stuff for 3d printing. I'm always open to new ideias tho, I recommend the self hosted sub reddit, always a thing or two over there

chischis

Thanks Shadzz. I'm not big on tv / film enough to want Radarr or Sonarr. Portainer looks interesting but I'm looking for more things to do with it! Anything generative, creative etc. Make use of the spare GPUs I have hanging around perhaps... (e.g. wondering if there are some more non-deepfakery uses for something like faceswap) Pi 4 was a big enough jump that I wouldn't be surprised if we see them capable of being more viable for more than just hosting files and such.

shadzz

Hey, I do software for work, radarr sonarr poetainer plex Jellyfin are most used, but sometimes I spawn something at home if there isnt something in the office, but I mainly do homeassistant, zigbee2mqtt and few others, I basically have a docker compose for home and another for media, I actually would prefer two servers, the home stuff could use a raspberry pi 5 in the future if they get powerful enough.

chischis

Would be interested to know what else you use other than Plex? I'm diving into this stuff at the moment. Openmediavault + Jellyfin is covering a LOT of what I need, but there seems to be a ton of other good stuff to get into for a little homelab setup. Organizr looks great...

ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4S ATX Motherboard for AMD AM4 CPUs, £126.39 using code at CCL/ebay
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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4S ATX Motherboard for AMD AM4 CPUs, £126.39 using code at CCL/ebay
£126.39£14412%eBay Deals
Good price here. Supports AMD AM4 Socket Ryzen™ 2000 and 3000 Series processors Supports DDR4 4600+ (OC) 2 PCIe 4.0 x16, 2 PCIe 4.0 x1, 1 M.2(Key E) For WiFi AMD Quad CrossFi… Read more
ResveZ

Good board but ASRock BIOS is a hit and miss

ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card £244.08 CCL Online / Ebay
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ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card £244.08 CCL Online / Ebay
£244.08£271.2010%eBay Deals
ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card use code to get price: £244.04 excellent price, cheapest its ever been!. #Free AMD Games offer included. A New Extreme RDNA Architectu… Read more
ChickDaLoaf

Bought a custom PC from CCL probs around 300

Level0fZer0s

Yes you can, however you won't magically get the extra cores that are available on the 5700 XT. You will however be able to overclock your 5700 to higher levels than permitted by AMD (from 1850 Mhz all the way up to 2150 Mhz). Here's the guide if you're thinking of going through with it: click Btw. you're looking at about 10% performance gain and 28% increased power consumption (source), so I'd say that it's not really worth it, and there's the warranty thing too...

ricky1234561

Can these be converted to a 5700xt via bios? I'm sure I read that somewhere a while back.

Jacinto_Fernandes

I'd suggest waiting for new nvidia cards, the 980ti is still a strong performer

Justsuperman

How much? great card miles ahead of the reference

ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £127.28 at Ebuyer/ebay with code
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ASRock X570 Phantom Gaming 4 AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £127.28 at Ebuyer/ebay with code
£127.28£14412%eBay Deals
Good price here for a decent motherboard. Supports AMD AM4 Socket Ryzen™ 2000 and 3000 Series processors 10 Power Phase Design Supports DDR4 4066+ (OC) 2 PCIe 4.0 x16, 2 PC… Read more
keepitonthelow

The vrm is not as bad as people are making out would be fine all the way upto a 3900x

rev6

Can you show us the chipset temps after a gaming session or something similarly intensive?

chischis

He's not showing us the details, lads. Bring out the big guns! (Glad it's working for you though. I'm concerned about the very questionable heat sink design on this mobo)

Discente

Very Happy...paid £128.50 in Oct 2019. My DIY, Ryzen 9 3900X build, was up and running in Nov, and has been played/used daily ever since, with no issues whatsoever. :D

Discente

Haha...what are you all like...did I mention the one year old cheap Aerocool PSU I used in the build. :p

ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card + Resident Evil 3, Monster Hunter World Iceborne & 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC £257.64 @ CCL eBay
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ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card + Resident Evil 3, Monster Hunter World Iceborne & 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC £257.64 @ CCL eBay
£257.64£295.9613%eBay Deals
A further drop with the eBay code. A New Extreme RDNA Architecture The Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by the new RDNA architecture, the heart of AMD’s advanced 7nm tec… Read more
zeb.mattey

It's software for sure, the card runs fantastically temp wise. Very stable, the asus cards have the cooler issue. Sapphire have done a fab job with the cooler, amd have done a great job with the hardware, its the shoddy software 100%

DealsDen101

I beleive that the screw issue is only applicable to Asus ROG Strix but it could be other cards too something about the suggested torque being to low from amd themselves, there was a big article about it the other day. Makes you wonder if all cards could have that issue? Article here

Cuddl3s

Think I know what it is, read somewhere that they screwed up the screws tension pressure on the chipset,I bet that's what's causing it. Unbelievable this is happening, you'd think they are just a bunch of amateurs putting them together in a garage. Thanks for the replies, if mines will have the same issues it go strait on sale and be last amd card.

DealsDen101

Damn the xt nitro is supposed to be one of the best, I wonder if anybody has tried the aurous yet that is a newer card?

zeb.mattey

The one that crashes more often is a 5700 XT Nitro Special Edition which retails at about £420 The on that works is a s****y reference 5700 XT that runs hot and loud. Go figure. The latter is paired with a 3600, the former with a 2700x, perhaps that has something to do with it. Either way, not great for £400 and the last amd card I'll ever buy haha.

ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card + Resident Evil 3, Monster Hunter World Iceborne & 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC £269.99 Del @ CCL
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ASRock Radeon RX 5700 8GB Graphics Card + Resident Evil 3, Monster Hunter World Iceborne & 3-month Xbox Game Pass for PC £269.99 Del @ CCL
£269.99£295.269%CCLOnline Deals
Very competitive price for a RX 5700 as is, when you factor in the games it becomes even better! A New Extreme RDNA Architecture The Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by… Read more
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imdurc

Some of the past cards have been that hungry!

DealsDen101

I see, that would be one hungry card (lol)

imdurc

I personally thought your comment meant the card's own load rather than the "total system load" the article mentioned. So, I'm glad LeMeep posted their link. Very clear!

DealsDen101

I did say under load :)

Arkz

But it's a blower.. Sounds like using an old projector. And yeah the Radeon driver needs work.

ASRock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX570 4G *Open Box* £97.56 from ebay/cclcomputers
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ASRock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX570 4G *Open Box* £97.56 from ebay/cclcomputers
£97.56£12019%eBay Deals
ASRock Phantom Gaming D Radeon RX570 4G *Open Box* Might be an open box special but there basically brand new. Double Ball Bearings Fan Design High Performance Composite Heatp… Read more
Settee

Spend £100 for every year you plan to use the card, so this will probably last you a year until you will want to upgrade

MikeyG1

LOL - are you seriously that bad a critical thinking and discussion that you have to: - misquote what I have said -oversimplify what I have said - and fabricate your own question that was never asked - clearly you have misread, can't read or are trying to create an argument so you can justify being a condescending piece of (poo). Or all of the above - take your pick.

sarden84

well that was a very weird ebay flash code today lol.

urban_junk

(lol) (lol) future proof is meaningless. Care to explain this? Why bother to buy a more powerful card than required for todays games?... It's not like upcoming games are going to be more resource heavy...oh wait a minute...

MikeyG1

"Future Proof" - that term that is especially meaningless in tech. New Nvidia cards announced in just over 4 months and new AMD navi cards in 5 months - but don't worry, you are future proof for less than half a year. (embarrassed) (lol)

ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card £309.43 cclcomputers eBay
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ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card £309.43 cclcomputers eBay
£295.67£32810%eBay Deals
ASRock Radeon RX 5600 XT 6GB Phantom Edition Graphics Card This tripple fan edition of the Asrock normal comes in at £329 mark, so a nice little saving compared to the general web… Read more
Ian_Kemp

Look at this POS design that has one of the fans just sitting out in open air, LMAO.

3anana

Cold when various 5700 cards are cheaper. This is significantly more than even MSRP.

Gormond

Ohh yeah I agree, it's not for everyone.

Ken

Just throwing the information out there so that anyone that comes across it has a little more insight on things like warranty. I've not had to flash a GPU in a long time, but it always felt risky, even if the process itself is relatively simple. I guess it's the nature with messing with a bios flashes though. For the most part it's not a scary prospect for me personally, as I've been doing it for a long time. But for a new user, it might have them sweating a bit after splashing out a few hundred pounds. I've never had a component fail / brick when flashing, although it's possible, so popping any extra information was my main goal here.

Gormond

Even if you don't flash it, a 5700 is a better buy than the 5600 XT. Also just backup the bios first and if you mess it up restore the old bios, more information here:

Asrock Radeon RX 5700 XT Challenger 8GB OC Graphics Card And free Borderlands 3 and 3 months game pass for PC £327.72 @ ebuyer eBay
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Asrock Radeon RX 5700 XT Challenger 8GB OC Graphics Card And free Borderlands 3 and 3 months game pass for PC £327.72 @ ebuyer eBay
£327.72£366.9911%eBay Deals
Freebies: https://www.amd.com/en/gaming/game-bundle Radeon RX 5700 Series GPUs are powered by the new RDNA architecture, the heart of AMD’s advanced 7nm technology process. RDN… Read more
navisoul02

cant be as bad as the Asus TUFF :D

jimbo001

This is a badly designed card, there's a YouTube comparison of the 5700xts and this is at the bottom.

Skwoddie

Outstanding price!

Asrock RX5700 XT Challenger 8gb Graphics Card - £366.99 @ Ebuyer
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Asrock RX5700 XT Challenger 8gb Graphics Card - £366.99 @ Ebuyer
£366.99£395.997%Ebuyer Deals
Rx5700 xt asrock challenger, On daily sale with ebuyer, there's a £3.99 delivery to add or free with click and collect. This item is usually around the £400 mark and usually over … Read more
DealsDen101

Oh yes just had a look they are around 380 for the blower and a bit more for one with fans and good point people selling them off cheaper last year!

Paul_93R

I think its changed a bit now. That was just when the rtx cards had come out and people were waiting to see what AMD did. I think you're probably looking at £450 now.

DealsDen101

I picked up a 1080ti for 350 last November on ebay so far so good, touch wood.

Paul_93R

I'd be wary of a second hand ti but that's just me. I've had cards go after a few years. They don't last forever like CPUs do. I find eBay crap atm. Second hand 1600 I bid on went for 77 quid with postage. Not great for a few year old CPU that's past is best. Id expect it for the 2600. I'd personally rather have a brand new if slightly slower card.

DealsDen101

Pre owned 1080ti goes for around this price on ebay if anybody would rather (y) I know I would.

ASRock DeskMini A300 Mini PC Barebone for Socket AM4 - £129.98 delivered @ CCLOnline
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ASRock DeskMini A300 Mini PC Barebone for Socket AM4 - £129.98 delivered @ CCLOnline
£129.98£142.379%CCLOnline Deals
If you are after a really tiny AMD PC, this barebones system is smaller than ITX! NOTE it uses SO-DIMMs (laptop memory) and is suitable only for Socket AM4 APUs. Features: Dime… Read more
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Axeboy

Mine arrived today, bought the 3400g to go in it. Seems a nice little machine. Took hardly any time to slot in the m2, cpu and ram. Kept the cooler that came with it for now, such a quick setup. Windows installed and running great, thanks op.

manzaboy

Thanks @EDEN188 and @Uncommon.Sense I hadn't realised the AMD chip.was also a GPU...it looks very promising :D I had previously used shuttles quite a bit for sff rigs but they seem to have ruined a quite positive brand. Happy Christmas to me ! (y)

EDEN188

Depends what you mean by "reasonable games", as this review suggest a Ryzen 3400G (https://www.windowscentral.com/amd-ryzen-5-3400g-review) does a pretty decent job with most games. If that is sufficient, then get 1 of these box and plonk this CPU in and it will do the job for your media server (assuming Plex server? it will support hardware transcoding) and gaming. If you want something beefier and got a deep enough pocket, you can try Uncommon.Sense's suggestion and get a NUC (with thunderbolt) to connect to an external GPU (needs an eGPU enclosure), adds quite a cost. Another alternative is the AsRock's Deskmini GTX (Z390), you can add GTX 1000 series GPU, but it needs to be in MXM format (https://www.asrock.com/nettop/Intel/DeskMini%20GTX%20(Z390)/index.asp)

Uncommon.Sense

As I suggested earlier, some folks get an Intel based NUC and use an external GPU. What dimensions are you looking for?

ASRock AMD B450M Pro4 Ryzen MicroATX Motherboard - £69.59 @ Aria
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ASRock AMD B450M Pro4 Ryzen MicroATX Motherboard - £69.59 @ Aria
£69.59£746%Aria PC Deals
Best price I've seen and it's in stock. Act quick as it's a super saver deal.
phatbhoy

"u're not a hard core gamer that gets horny having the most expensive gear in their system" absolutely not!! (y)

ToxicHazard

I'm a pretty hardcore gamer, but I'm on a budget. I would say this is perfect for a casual gamer, without losing too many features and retaining high value. It has no bells and whistles but you won't lose out on anything. I personally don't need any more than this offers, and I don't think I would spend more than this even if I had the budget to. (y)

Mirola

Doesn't really matter when you're a 'very occasional gamer', as long as it has 4 memory slots, gives you room to upgrade the memory in future. These 450 board take up to R9s so enough scope to upgrade the CPU as well in future. Don't overthink it. You're not a hard core gamer that gets horny having the most expensive gear in their system.

Mirola

Got one second hand (near new) from a person desperate to get the cash as he upgraded. Son will get it for Christmas in his new system. Running a second hand 350 board for the 1.5 years without any issues.

phatbhoy

So many versions of the 450 board to chose from - whats best for very ocasional gaming in full size case?

ASRock B450M-HDV AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £53.96 @ CCL eBay
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ASRock B450M-HDV AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard £53.96 @ CCL eBay
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Seems like the cheapest B450 board I could find - via CCL Store on eBay Socket AM4 AMD B450 Chipset 4 x SATA & 6 x USB Ports DDR4 Memory (max 32GB, 2 slots) VGA, HD… Read more
Mirola

Have been looking at B450 boards for a while (son wants an upgrade from his ddr3 system with a GPU from the stone age, so all in all a fair amount of cash to be spent) and decided to get a 2nd hand board. Got one myself last year, works very well and decided to go down that route again. For the same money as this one got an Asrock b450m Pro, it just has more room for future upgrades and expansion. Cooling fins on 2 parts of the board vs 1 here. All bits cost money I guess. Heat added.

Blurigard

I concur. Firstly, they're really picky with RAM. plus the bios update wrecked APU compat. Just go with gigabyte or MSI equivalent for less than £10 more.

ws007

sod that, wait 2 months and get a B550 board

deankdhdd

Ok

fadsarmy

Not many do.

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