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ULTIMATE RYZEN GAMING BUNDLE (CPU/MOBO/RAM) UNDER £330 & ELITE TIER UNDER £550 RECOMMENDED BY GIBBO

Discussion in 'Latest News, Deals & Special Offers' started by Gibbo, 21 Nov 2017.

  1. Gibbo

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    Hi there


    Just looking through our incredible deals for this Black Friday week and I have to say I have to highly recommend the following:


    GREAT VALUE RYZEN SOFT BUNDLE!



    AMD Ryzen 5 Six Core 1600 3.60GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail @ £158.99 inc VAT

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    YD1600BBAEBOX, Six Core with Twelve Threads, 3.60GHz clock speed, 14nm FinFet Process, 16MB L3 Cache, Dual Channel DDR4 Controller, 3 Year Warranty



    Only £158.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW






    Gigabyte GA-AB350-Gaming 3 AMD B350 (Socket AM4) DDR4 ATX Motherboard @ £86.99 inc VAT

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    Socket AM4, Ryzen 7 "Zen" Support, 4x DDR4 DIMM, 3x PCIE x16, 2x PCIE x1, 6x SATA 6Gb/s, 1x M.2 PCIE, 4x USB 3.0, 2x USB 3.1 TypeA, 5x USB 2.0



    Only £86.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW





    Team Group Vulcan T-Force 8GB (2x4GB) DDR4 PC4-19200C14 2400MHz Dual Channel Kit - Grey (TLGD48G2400HC14DC01) @ £74.99 inc VAT

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    TLGD48G2400HC14DC01, 2400MHz RAM Speed, CAS 14-16-16-31 Timings, 1.20-1.35v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with OcUK.



    Only £74.99 inc VAT.

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    I have to say the above offers incredible value for money, you will have enough processing power to play any game out there on the market, combine this with a RX 580, GTX 1060 6G or 1070 and all games will run effortlessly on a 1080P/1440P screen.













































    ELITE TIER yet still affordable Ryzen soft bundle:


    For the more Elite Tier amongst us the below is hard to beat:



    AMD Ryzen 7 Eight Core 1700X 3.80GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail @ £239.99 inc VAT

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    YD170XBCAEWOF, Eight Core with Sixteen Threads, 3.80GHz clock speed, 14nm FinFet Process, 16MB L3 Cache, Dual Channel DDR4 Controller, 3 Year Warranty



    Only £239.99 inc VAT.

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    Asus ROG Strix B350-F AMD B350 (Socket AM4) DDR4 ATX Motherboard @ £117.95 inc VAT

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    Socket AM4, Ryzen 7 "Zen" Support, 4x DDR4 DIMM, 2x PCIE x16, 3x PCIE x1, 6x SATA 6Gb/s, 1x M.2 PCIE, 2x USB 3.1, 6x USB 3.0, 6x USB 2.0



    Only £117.95 inc VAT.

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    Team Group Dark Pro "8Pack Edition" 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 PC4-25600C14 3200MHz Dual Channel Kit - Black/Grey @ £188.88 inc VAT

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    TDPGD416G3200HC14ADC01, 3200MHz RAM Speed, CAS 14-14-14-31 Timings, 1.20-1.40v VDIMM, Lifetime Warranty with OcUK.



    Only £188.88 inc VAT.

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    The Strix B350 works very well if our 8 Pack RAM, it will drop in at 3200MHz without issue, 8/16 core/threads processor, very fast memory represents another total bargain and a setup we highly recommend for the more hardcore gamers and overclockers.

    You could substitute the memory for the regular 3000MHz TeamGroup 16G kit at £149.99, or even the regular 2400MHz 8G kit at £74.99 if wanting to reduce cost.

    We'd also recommend the Asus Hero board for those wanting to extract every last ounce of Mhz/Performance from their setup at which point the 8 Pack memory is an absolute must.

    With this level of power we recommend VEGA/1070Ti/1080Ti, which are all currently on offer in the Black Friday section. :)


    Also remember the huge discounts on the 1800X and Threadripper 1950X, but the above is what I would recommend. :)

    Also I encourage members to put their recommendations and baskets forward to help others. :)
     
  2. balky12

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    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £1,347.88 (includes shipping: £11.10)
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    Will be used for gaming mainly. I have 3 SSD's already, waiting to see what Lian Li's new alpha cases bring.

    Feel free to critique (I have a free sync screen :p).
     
  3. Roverno

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  4. Gibbo

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    Very nice, I'd probably just change the SSD to the Samsung, I like Samsung. :D

    Samsung 250GB 850 EVO SSD 2.5" SATA 6Gbps 32 Layer 3D V-NAND Solid State Drive (MZ-75E250B/EU) @ £79.99 inc VAT

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    The 850 EVO is the advanced consumer SSD powered by 3D V-NAND technology that maximizes everyday computing experiences with optimized performance and enhanced reliability



    Only £79.99 inc VAT.

    ORDER NOW




    You save £10 too. :D
     
  5. Gibbo

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    Looks great to me, get your wallet out! :D
     
  6. Andy Pandy

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    Loving the black Friday deals. I am wanting to build a computer for my girlfriend how does the below spec look? The only thing I am stuck on is deciding what case to go for. Is the below case easy to build in? This will be my second ever build I've done. She is wanting to play Player Unknown, GTA5 etc. Will it do for 3+ years?

    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £933.58 (includes shipping: £14.70)
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  7. Roverno

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    Just trying to convince myself its worth the money coming from a 4690k...
     
  8. Gibbo

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    Cannot fault that, plenty of performance at a good price and quite future proof being AM4. :)
     
  9. Gibbo

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    If you play single threads older games, not much so. If however your doing multiple task, video editing, modern gaming or even gaming whilst having the computer do stuff in the back ground then the Ryzen 7's are very good at that. :)
     
  10. Andy Pandy

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    Thanks for the speedy reply :). How much better would things be if we went for the elite tier instead of the better value tier I selected?
     
  11. Roverno

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    Maybe i just need 1 computer for single core workflow and another one for multi core stuff :)
     
  12. Gibbo

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    If your gaming I'd say Ryzen 5 is your better bet, its a great all rounder and saves you money.

    If your doing a lot of multitasking, video editing or something that particular needs more cores, then Ryzen 7 for sure. But if not don't waste your money, maybe just grab some faster 8 Pack memory with the better value tier. :)
     
  13. Gibbo

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    Single flow, Intel is very strong!

    Multi core, Ryzen is a winner at the price point.
     
  14. Andy Pandy

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    That's good to hear, all she will be doing is gaming. So I think I will choose the first bundle I selected but go for the Team Group 3000 16gb ram and Strix motherboard from the elite tier and I'm sorted :). Thanks for your help :D
     
    Last edited: 21 Nov 2017
  15. Gibbo

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    Yep, keep the money in your pocket. :)
     
  16. balky12

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  17. Roverno

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  18. Gibbo

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  19. Gibbo

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    Yep that will blitz gaming, 8600K is mental quick and should see around 5GHz overclocked and our price on the 8600K OEM is very strong and we've got around 1000 in stock, but were selling 100+ a day, very popular CPU, but I think our price is very strong in the UK on this Intel processor for sure. :)

    8 Pack memory again is a perfect companion, we designed it specially for Ryzen and Intel Coffee Lake. :)
     
  20. EViLHomer48

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    My basket at Overclockers UK:
    Total: £406.47 (includes shipping: £10.50)
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    If this is to build into existing kit as follows:
    Antec 900 case, with a reasonable PSU and currently a 760GTX, Samsung SSD 128Gb plus back up 600GB normal drive. Win 10 installed on the HDD (from a Win 7 retail free upgrade so i should have a Win 10 retail licence now).
    What else do I need to actually complete the build - thermal paste is the only thing I can think I dont have?
    Ta