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EVGA DG-77 Mid Tower Gaming Case - White £34.28 @ CCLOnline
Found 21 h, 47 m agoFound 21 h, 47 m ago
£34.28 including shipping! Very nice looking case and is £80+ everywhere else! Designed For Gamers The mid-tower is the ideal form factor that is well balanced between usable spa… Read more
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Damn I could have done with a few of these


I managed to nab one (y) 🏻


Almost bought it , need to replace phantecks case with bad airflow from front panel but this one is not better at all :( Shame cos it’s a lovely looking case with vertical GPU support.


Thanks OP. Left it on my basket on my phone and was still able to process at the price you stated.


Tried to check out - £86.03 😩

EXDISPLAY Punch Technology Core i5 1050Ti Gaming PC Intel Core i5-7400 3Ghz 8GB RAM 1TB HDD £453.14 @ Ebuyer
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Hello. Ebuyer offers exdisplay pc what i think is good price for specks. Have a look.

As I recall its not in the same league as the AWDIT Ryzen 2600 rx580 models for slightly more.


Don't know much about computer's, so I'm guessing this is a good deal?


I guess it must cope, as they're selling it as a working PC. I've got 600 or 650's in my PCs, wouldn't have thought you could buy a 300 these days.


150w for the GPU AND 75W for the CPU? Should cope


300 watt power supply?!

Sekiro: Shadows Die Twice PC + Steelbook - £40.95 @ The Game Collection
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Cheapest I could see for the PC version, although not steam version.
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It's pretty challenging! Need to take it slow but be aggressive


Spook! I've been watching Colin Furze built weapons from this game - he almost has the shield deployment down! Heat added btw! (y)


CD Keys maybe?


(:I Will take a while til it gets to a decent price for the consoles. Need to finish off the Nioh DLC, although some of the boss gauntlets just feel cheap


To pretend you have a disc

AWD Gaming PC - Ryzen 5 2600X / Strix RX 580 OC 8GB / 240GB SSD / 8GB 3000Mhz RAM + 6 Free Games £599.99 / £639.58 with 1TB HDD @ AWD
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Another pre-built PC that works out cheaper than building yourself. It's not a huge saving over doing it all yourself , but at the same time less hassle for those that don't want t… Read more

Hi, that would depend on what you were hoping to achieve with it. It's well equipped as it is. If you want a better GPU then you could upgrade there if you really wanted/needed. Or wait a while and upgrade it yourself later down the line :)


Are there any important upgrades I should make to this before taking the plunge and ordering?


Have you tried using another connection cable and/or port?


Ok. I've just read the messages. I want a high spec PC (no monitor needed) as I've bought a Dell for £300 and it's rubbish - screen on monitor keeps flashing on and off every 5 minutes and Dell support are useless. Any ideas on why monitor flashes on and off that often? Monitor is also Dell but I already had it.


There's still a lot of doubt about Stadia. Like games, ability to make good on their promises on high quality graphics on ordinary internet connections. Pricing to be affordable for consumers. All challenges faced by previous firms with similar aims. Even Nvidia attempt hasn't really come off for them. Still it's quite interesting as it's is a giant like Google going all in on this vision. With their prowess in YouTube to deliver a great experience 99% of the time. If anyone can make it happen Google is probably the best company to do it.

Gaming PC £702.14 - Ryzen 5 2600X / 1060 6GB / 16GB 3000Mhz RAM / 480GB SSD + 2TB HDD + Division 2 @ AWD - Alternative at £606.19 in OP
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Next best price based on building yourself, sourcing parts form separate sellers EDIT - Added a lower cost alternatives that still represents good value - They are at the botto… Read more

Would this be good for Video Editing?


Cheers Dad


Have heat for the effort put in, the clarity of explanation and decent prices


I think Novatech had some deals on Gaming machines. Might be worth checking there too.


PS: Don't forget the monitor: You need a G-Sync/Free-Sync monitor 100 htz + to get the best from your build, i'm serious, the difference will be night and switching to SSD ?.

AWD Falcon White 2600 Six Core 3.9GHz RX 570 8GB Desktop Gaming PC £499.95 at eBay /  hyper-uk
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Found this awesome PC from AWD which is seriously good value including the Windows 10 OS and slightly higher spec system than the one offered previously! With the PLAY15 voucher to… Read more

Is this one a better deal for £479.95?


Looks an excellent deal. May even bite. Heat.


Its listed as having an SSD on the listing details. Not sure if it'll come with it. I've got 2 x 240gbs to drop right in, as well as a 1TB drive from my old 2500K build.


Do you mean the one that worked out at £449 with the code as i see that has now gone from the site ? Pick up a ssd and windows 10 key for around £50 and that's a great rig for £500!


I went for that after lots of consideration since it was £499 on AWD-IT

AWD Stronghold 2600 Six Core 3.9GHz RX 580 8GB 240 SSD Desktop Gaming PC, £499.94 at AWD-IT(2 games free)
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Good value for a nice build. - Case: KOLINK Stronghold - Power Supply: Cooler Master 500W Bronze Rated PSU - (700W used for Vega 56 / 64 options) - CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600 … Read more

"future proof" something that motherboard isn't. (lol)


seems like a good deal then you realise they cheap out on the quality of some parts making it not worth at all.


How can the most talked about PC build of late be duplicated? (skeptical) I'm going to set my alarm to post this again in 27 days (highfive)


Reported as a duplicate post


already posted

AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Six Core 4.0GHz CPU Asus PRIME A320M-K Motherboard DDR4 Bundle - £184 @ AWD-IT
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Looking for an mATX bundle to upgrade my PC and this looks a reasonable entry point - £229.58 if you want to include 8gb memory. Includes CPU cooler. "Assembled and tested by our… Read more

trash motherboard with a CPU made for overclocking with cheapo memory. Big NO. crap 'deal'


Crap stuff my amd 8150 plus board lasted 3months before it started having issues couldn't be bothered with returning it


Budget board. I probably wouldn't pay it because I would pick my parts individually and pay a bit more to get something that'll last. Find £210 for a 2600 and a better B450 board. Supports faster RAM, more likely to support more of the near future Zen 2 CPU models with better VRMs etc. It's a smarter choice long term IMO.


Don't know where you pulled that price for the 1600x, look here its 125, And doubt this mobo is worth anywhere near 60 pounds


Well it kind of is, a a320 mobo like this probably 30-40 pounds, and a 2600 is 130-140, while 2600x is probably 170-180, so for 20-30 extra you could get the newer gen if my math is right.

Corsair Value 8GB (1x8GB) 2133MHz DDR4 Memory £24.24 + £5.20 delivery @ Aria
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Yes, I know it is only 2133MHz, but it is super cheap DDR4 with a lifetime warranty. At this price you can get 32GB of DDR4 RAM for only £96.96! Manufacturer: Corsair Model: Valu… Read more
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Still haven't got my refund either...


& still no paypal refund ..


wasted time and energy...realize after 2 days they did a mistake


Nope I just told them not to waste their time or mine and to cancel my order and refund me in full.


Did you get a tracking number? My order says complete but received no emails other than the invoice

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ASUS ROG Strix GL12CM-UK002T Gaming PC - Core-i7, 16GB RAM, GTX 1070, 1TB + 256GB Storage £1399 at Box
30/04/2019Expires on 30/04/2019Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Having been tasked for looking for a prebuilt system for a family member, I spotted this Watercooled ASUS system which seems to be good value for the spec. Intel Core i7-8700 S… Read more

Just got the same spec laptop asus rog strix for the same price, overpriced :D


basically the exact same spec £991 what you should get for £1257 (much better performing for still £100 cheaper) what you could get for £1401


I bought it from NOVATECH.




I only paid £78 more and I got a better processor and an nvidia rtx 2070 :)

AWD HORIZON 2600X Six Core 4.2GHz RX 580 8GB Desktop Gaming PC - £580 @ AWD-IT
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Hi Guys, Saw this great deal, PLEASE NOTE : This doesn't include a secondary hard-drive and No OS. To buy this it will cost an extra £135.56 Please see all relevant information… Read more

I’ll have a think, I don’t want to drop too much performance as I’m currently using a powerful Core 2 Duo (2,53mhz) coupled with 4Gb RAM and a mighty Radeon 3600 card (y)


if you will be playing at 1080p 60hz the rx580 should be enough, if your at 1080p 144hz or 1440p then its worth going for a vega 56 as it is significantly more powerful.


I looked at some YT stuff on the two and decided to go with the Ryzen, Im now thinking of upgrading it to the Vega 56, would that be a significant enough upgrade to warrant the ££ or just go with this + another 8Gb RAM? (confused)


That's annoying 😥


thats a good gpu but the i5 7400 will bottleneck it significantly especially in newer games notice how in most games its over 85% usage that will strongly impact performance and you will have lower fps and stutter in games, much better to go for a ryzen system especially considering you will get a warranty and a platform that's not dead. performance will be worse in some games becuase of the worse gpu but you should have less stutter and better multitasking and some games will perform better on a ryzen and 580 system because of that 7400 bottlenecking.

Ryzen 7 2700x, 32GB RAM, RTX 2070 6GB, SSD + HDD £1290.99 - cclcomputers ebay
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
First post (so excuse bad formatting) Just ordered this myself, been on the look-out for a good pc for a while and thought this was a good deal. Basic spec: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3… Read more

Thanks for verifying mate! My pc arrived yesterday, delivered on time and it's working great! I didnt have any game codes though so I messaged them too and they replied saying they are emailed out 7 days after the system is delivered. Been really impressed with it so far, good customer service too, can't fault it at all!


Seems like a lot of grunt for the £s, Heated.


Guys just FYI I asked if you qualify for any of the free games available with RTX cards and they said yes they provide the codes (a copy of either Anthem, BF5 or Metro Exodus) which adds even more value to this build! One thing to bear in mind is they do not use all the case fan slots so you will need to buy extra fans yourself. THey only provide one fan at the front and one at the back so I may need to sort out some extra fans by calling them but those shouldn't cost much for an extra 3/4 fans.


I have a very similar build. Asus x370 ROG hero vi mobo Ryzen 1700 16gb Team dark 3200 cl14 ram Got for a great price in a bundle for just over £600 (over two years ago) Phanteks p400s case £70 Sapphire Vega 56 8gb £380 PSU: EVGA Supernova 750w LED £90 Total around £1140 They are slightly higher quality parts but cost me around the same in total. At least it's held its value in two years!


Good find OP

MSI Aegis 3 i5 8400 gtx 1060 gaming pc - £799.98 @ Laptops Direct
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Just found this, next best price from what I could see was £329 more expensive. I know a couple of friends have already got on this one so enjoy!
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What is that?! A Decepticon head? XD


This makes this deal even worse. Sorry OP, but you can pick up a 1060 6GB pretty cheap these days.


Processor manufacturer Intel Processor Model Intel Core i5 Processor Number 8400 Graphics GeForce GTX 1060 RAM Memory 8GB Hard drive capacity 1TB SSD Capacity 128GB Operating System Windows 10 Manufacturer Warranty 2 year warranty Form factor ATX Motherboard form factor Tower Processor Processor Model Intel Core i5 Processor Number 8400 Clock Speed 2.8GHz Memory RAM / Installed Size 8GB RAM / Max Supported Size 64GB Total Slots 1 Empty Slots 8 Form factor SO-DIMM Storage Hard drive capacity 1TB SSD Capacity 128GB Graphics Graphic Type Dedicated Graphics Manufacturer NVIDIA Graphics card GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics Memory 3GB Operating system Operating System Windows 10


RRP £1128 XD


It’s the 3GB 1060 not the 6GB btw

Acer Nitro XV272UP 144hz IPS HDR FreeSync - £413.99 / £372.59 after cashback @ Acer
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Get a further 10% off from top cashback bringing the price to 372.59, £413.99 otherwise Decent all round monitor for non competitive gamers released at… Read more

It’s compatible as in it works but not certified


So is this compatible or certified for use with Nvidia g-sync, can't find confirmation online?


Freesync over hdmi and what range?


For me it's because Acer store.. if it was Amazon, buybuybuybuybuy (popcorn) (party)


This does ticks all the boxes that I'm looking for but not sure why i am not clicking that buy button.. hmmmmm......

Radeon VII GPU - £623.03 @ Amazon
Found 2nd MarFound 2nd Mar
Just a small reduction, but the next best price would be overclockers at £660 including postage and then novatech at £670. Novatech say stock due on the 15th, so could be similar… Read more

Has anyone received the card yet? Mine says being delivered April 9 and the price has increased on Amazon to £705


No not really, R9 280X is more of a GTX 1050 Ti competitor, the 1060 (even the 3GB version) is on a difference performance level that the 280X can't reach even when overclocked.


Vega VII only has that much VRAM, since it's basically a rebranded Radeon Instinct MI50. If AMD designed Vega VII from the ground up, it would have had less VRAM to make it more price competitive, since HBM2 VRAM is pretty damn expensive.


I think any card with a narrow bus and low clocks speed will have shorter life cycle. For example AMD R9 280x is better than 285 or 1050ti and overclocked 280x can compete with gtx 1060. It's in the manufacturer interest not to widen the bus and therefore deprecate cards very quickly. In my honest opinion raytracing is a way forward since is more natural way of rendering 3D scenes.


1080Ti performance, with more heat and at the same price you could have got a 1080Ti 2 years ago. Might be useful for the 0.001% of the GPU owning population that do rendering/production work, but otherwise avoid.

Vortex trace Pre Build PC - i7 9700K, Asus Strix 2070 - £1,649 @ PC Specialist
Found 24th FebFound 24th Feb
The parts themselves add up to £1,646 on PCPartPicker so seemed like a good deal to me if you're after a pre built ( )… Read more
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PsillyPseudonym, This has an i7 9700k and a zotec 2080 (not TI) for £1,821.


Do you want to build it yourself or buy it pre built? A 2080TI will do 4K great but that card alone will cost around £1100 . If building yourself, you could probably get the rest of the parts for £900 ish. A pre built with a 2080TI will likely cost you more.


I’m looking to buy a gaming PC, I had one back like 20 years ago in the 3dfx era when SLI supported cards came out then had enough an moved on to consoles. For 2k can I get a 4K gaming machine that plays effortlessly in med/high or just stick with console for now ? :{


Cheaper than the Samsung fold. Heat.


May aswell go 2k go full top end. 4 years 500 quid a year. Cheap. Thats how i see things. Better kit you buy the longer it lasts. People buying mid end always pay more in the long run. I mean this is mid-high but some crap bits that could be good bits for couple hundred more.

CCL VR Gaming PC 4.6GHz Intel Hexa Core i5-9600K, 16GB, 240GB SSD, 4TB, GTX 1080 £1455.99 @ CCL (eBay)
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
This just came up in my eBay offers, seems like a good spec to me for the price, would like some opinions on it please 😁 Detailed Specifications CPU CPU Family: Intel® Co… Read more

They don't pay the same part prices we pay. This is why business sell components to us for £1277. It's simple economics.


Point is you talk about the price hike due to them making it yet ive listed a pc there with much more power built with a warranty and delivered for 100 more. You cannot justify the cost of this machine based on hiked up labour costs when others can built one better practically the same price


What's your point?


Lol ok


It’s easy for an enthusiast to say “l could build it cheaper” but not everyone has the ability or inclination. For companies like CCL, PCs don’t build themselves and wages need to be paid. While it’s cheaper to assemble your own seasoned builders will know even premium parts can be DOA, have unexpected incompatibilities or suffer premature failure. Anyone buying a system like this is paying for the convenience of being supplied a fully integrated and tested system, and three years of not having to jump through individual manufacturers’ RMA hoops when a part fails. For many people at under £180 that’s not a bad premium to pay. If there’s a real grumble it’s the slightly mean SSD capacity. A 480-512GB drive could fit in the same budget if the HDD size was trimmed slightly. The system is sold as “VR-Ready”, so clearly aimed at gamers - and for gamers loading times are important. You’re not going to get much of a Steam library onto a 240GB, a larger capacity will give more breathing space before relegating less frequently played titles to the HDD. An option to bin the existing combined storage altogether in favour of a single 1TB SSD would be nice...

Ryzen 5 2600 3.9GHz GTX 1070 8GB = ££649.99 @ AWD-IT
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Not a bad deal for VR ready machine. Specs are below. CPU: Ryzen 5 2600 MB: Asus A320M-K GPU: Nvidia GTX 1070 8GB HDD: Seagate 1TB RAM: Corsair 8GB (2x4GB) Maybe upgrade the RA… Read more
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was thinking abotu buying the AWD rx 580 prebuilt and upgrading the mobo for 25 quid more making it 525, is that better then the 1060 one? Thanks


What you get is what you pay for, and you get a good PC for a good price along with terrible customer service, and receiving damaged products.


And a floppy drive


Depends how much expansion you need. Something along the lines of this.


So much bitchyness. (lol) (lol) (lol)

Punch Technology i3 GTX 1060 8GB 480GB SSD Gaming PC £629.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 16th FebFound 16th Feb
Finance from £19.37 per month Processor Intel Core i3-8100 3.6Ghz Quad Core CPU, Cache: 6MB Memory 8GB DDR4 2400Mhz RAM Supports up to 32GB 2 x DIMM sockets (1 Used) Hard Drive … Read more
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Because that's all anyone's done all day. I was only trying to help. I thought it was a deal. I'm sorry if it ain't.


But it isn't, hence the -383... it hasn't been reduced and is overpriced. Why you feel everyone is attacking you i don't know


Well yeah, because it is a deal. I'm not under myself. I've clearly not had a good day on here, yeah? You and everyone else can see that, so why antagonise the situation? Think it's you that needs to get over yourself. In YOUR opinion, it's not a deal. Doesn't mean I have to take this from you.


Seriously, me saying that isn't a deal at all (which it isn't) upsets you? Get over yourself.


It's people like you that upset people though. Why can't you just be nice? All I've done is posts deal and your getting angry over it. Really? Like I said before a deal is a deal.

Apex Legends 2300X Quad Core 4.0GHz, 8Gb, 240Gb SSD, GTX 1060 Desktop Gaming PC £399.95 @ AWDIT
Refreshed 28th FebRefreshed 28th Feb
Lots of configuration options - Amazing value!! - Case: Corsair SPEC-04 Case - We include an additional corsair exhaust fan to aid cooling. - Power Supply: Coolermaster 500W … Read more

DOnt see why not


Depedns heavily on what you edit. If you do this for a living I'd suggest some more money for a 6-core (at least 2600) and at least 16GB of RAM. For casual editing this could be serviceable at best.


Is this worth it for editing when using Adobe Premiere CC


Has anyone received theirs yet? Any comments?


Processor - Intel Core i5 Quad Core 3330 Minimum refurbished CPU/MB 3 year warranty *(spec updated 09/1/19) Yeah, no. Get the deal posted here instead. That system will be old and outdated. DDR3? i5 3rd Gen? Please don't do that to yourself.

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