pretty much on par with a self build - as someone else pointed out, I'd go for a much bigger ssd for a little more money, even skimping on the flashy case if necessary. All in all, if somebody wanted to buy a good PC hassle free at this price point, this would be a very good option.
It's alright. Depends how much you value not having to put stuff together yourself, and the 3 year warranty. I bought most of this stuff last month from the cheapest sources I could find at the time. The same CPU cost me £270 A 480GB SSD cost me £60. The one included here is 120GB and costs £23, though. It doesn't say specifically which model is included, but my X470 Gigabyte motherboard was £118 16GB 3000MHz ram cost me £120. Slightly slower than the 3200MHz here, but prices for 3200 have been lower since That's £568 so far. If for some reason you're happy with that 120GB SSD then you could get it down to £534 I didn't need the rest, but taking a quick look at how much it'd all cost: The tower costs £94. It's a rather expensive one. You could cut down on the price by £50 or more by choosing something less flashy. 600W bronze rated PSUs seem to be in the £40-50 range. 2TB Seagate HDD £55 GPU £329.99 So all the same parts would be £1,062. It's not too far from the individual prices, although half of those are a month out of date and weren't on any offer. Personally I'd prefer to save at least a little money by putting it together myself and picking a cheaper tower. Plus it gives you freedom to switch things around and ignore stuff you may already have, like the tower, PSU and HDD. The fan that comes with the 2700X is rather loud, as well, especially if you're going to run the ram at full speed. I'd definitely switch that out for something less annoying if you're the one building.
also don't forget you also get 3 free games
Make sure to change the parts and remove OS I think Hotukdeals changed the link since it should have my saved configurations
RAM and SSD isn't too great