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Dell RYZEN 5 1600X Gaming PC - RX570 4GB, 8GB DDR4 2400 128GB M.2 SSD + 1TB HDD $1199.20 Delivered @ Dell eBay

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It's back! The Ryzen gaming pc which is great value for money. Yes ram speeds are debatable, and it could do with 16gb of ram, nonetheless its great value for money

Original 20% off at selected sellers eBay post

https://youtu.be/kqNXUVcvu_k
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    8GB vs 16GB ram is negligible in gaming anyways.

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      Very true, especially when dealing with a mid range gaming PC. With Ryzen CPU's, it is much better to have 8GB of faster RAM than 16GB of slower RAM.

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        Could you please suggest what RAM to buy? The specs say 8GB DDR4 2400MHz so presumably I can buy another 8GB stick - what brand/model?

        TIA

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          Unfortunately it doesn't state whether it is 2x4GB or 1x8GB, or which brand of RAM is used. If you are getting it I'd recommend waiting till it arrives to see what is already there

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          @FabMan:

          I believe 1x8GB is already installed and there is one free slot left.

          Do I need to to buy a new matched set of 2x8Gb or can I just add in the empty 1x8GB?

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          @Dinjay: You don't need matching pair, but you should have them match speed and timings. So best to wait till it arrives, find out that information via CPU-Z or the BIOS and buy a second DDR4 RAM that matches.

          However, selling the existing RAM stick and buying faster RAM in a pair, such as 3200mhz, will improve your system performance, but it will cost you more and this is about bang for buck and not best performance.

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    Be aware latest benchmarks have the 8th gen i5-8600k beating the Ryzen 5 but maybe there won't be a decent deal on those for a while.

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      Is there even RRP stock of Coffelake? It was pretty much a paper launch.

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        MSY has the 8600k priced at $400, UMART at 389 and MWAVE at 399. Staticice puts the cheapest one at 369 from CPLONLINE in Victoria.

        Though the prices seem high, the 7700k is priced at around 440 but is slower in both single core and multi core performance in preliminary testing at userbenchmark.com.

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    Anyone have any idea if this machine can handle PUBG? Or would I be better off with spending a little more?

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    That's a sexy case.

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    Does it only have 1 x HDMI port for video out?

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      Yes, it has ONE HDMI port, plus THREE Displayports

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        Are you sure about Displayports??

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          eBay Tech Specs:

          PORTS

          Front
          Ryzen 3/5/7:
          2 USB 2.0
          2 SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
          1 SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C
          1 Audio Combo Jack
          1 3:1 MCR

          Rear
          Ryzen 3/5/7:
          2 USB 2.0
          4 SuperSpeed USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-A
          1 P/S 2 port
          1 7.1ch and Microphone Port

          1 HDMI out (on discrete graphic card)
          1 Network Port

          Media Card Reader
          3 in 1 Card Reader (SD, SDXC, SDHC)

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          @vee124: That video uses the RX580, might be the same for RX570 in this deal.

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          Yep, definitely sure. I bought the same exact model in a previous deal (ie. it also has the RX570), and that's the exact port configuration on the back of the card (ie. ONE HDMI port & THREE Displayports). I only have a single monitor setup at the moment, but I see no issues utilising the Displayports simultaneously with the HDMI output if needed.

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          @mad1dude:

          Apologies for the noob question but is there any disadvantages of using Display port monitors rather than HDMI please? i.e will the display monitors perform slower or something like that? Thank you all in advance for your help.

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    Is there any dell PCs on sales that's around $800? I feel this is a bit of overkill for me (also won't pass the wife test)

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    Can I connect two monitors on it? looks like it only has one video output?

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    Any good as a HTC vive VR computer?

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    Hello guys ,

    Will this system be cheaper if parts are individually bought at MSY ?
    I like that fact that this gives warranty on the overall system and support. Need one for my friend.

    Cheers!

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    Will this be able to run AAA titles on med-high settings on 60FPS on 1080p??? Or would i be better off getting a 1060.
    Also, whats a good monitor that will pair with this for 1080p. Thanks

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    Would it be hard to add extra hdds and ram to this?

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    Ok help me out ozbargain bros

    So i could get 20% off this:
    http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Dell-New-Inspiron-Gaming-Desktop-...

    Is that right? Dont think I could build it cheaper? any comments?

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      I interpreted this as you want to build a $1.6k rig.

      If you're a student then you can get Windows for free, saving you some money there. Or if you know one that's not going to use them, maybe you can ask them.

      I spec'd this up quickly for you. Don't have to buy it, but know what parts at what price points to look at.

      https://www.pccasegear.com/wish_lists/762107

      If you want to just game, drop the ram to the cheapest 8gb DDR4, lose the LED light strip and replace the RX580 for a GTX1070. I did this earlier before (this spec was at about $1610 without Windows or shipping) I re-read your comment and see you only want to make it for cheaper, so I did that.

      I purposely picked the 1700 over the 1700x as if you're doing a budget build you need to save wherever you can, and in this case it means not having to shell out for a CPU cooler. The performance is quite similar anyways.

      Ultimately I would suggest going into the used parts market if you want ultimate bang for buck. Otherwise the spec above is what you'd roughly be looking at if buying brand new. They definitely win on the free shipping though.

      But yeah, if you have access to a free student Windows or know what you're building, then you might be able to beat the spec they have, marginally. At least as the prices are as they stand now.

      TLDR; Dell's offer is decent, you can DIY and build it cheaper only under certain conditions. Link above is a better for cheaper rig with no Windows.

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        Could you please suggest what RAM to buy for the current (Dell RYZEN 5 1600X Gaming PC) deal? The specs say 8GB DDR4 2400MHz and I would like to buy another 8GB stick. TIA.

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        yep, should have explained myself better, was looking at the $1.6k rig which seems like a good deal.
        thanks for your reply

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