PCS don't really do deals over the year other than their review PC's which are always heavily discounted.Hi all,
Does anyone when know when, if any, the black Friday deals may start? I'm not sure if there have been any in previous years. Thanks in advance
Deals are up:
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Could be more, but this is what's on so far:
15.6" Recoil, 144hz, GTX 1060, 16gb RAM, 512gb SSD - £999
15.6" Recoil, same but RTX 2060 - £1129
£1499 PC, i7 9700k, RTX 2070 Super
£1499 PC, R7 3700x, RTX 2070 Super
Similar specs - AMD sporting an X570 mobo, an 970 Evo, while the Intel has a cheaper Z370 board and the slower H10 SSD.
So double the SSD, a better mobo with PCIe 4.0, a larger PSU, and a better CPU cooler than this £1470 deal:
Which was already a decent offering.
Anyone shopping for the laptops, go for the RTX 2060 one as it's ~40% more powerful in gaming for an 11% price increase. And since you can't upgrade laptop graphics cards, the sooner your GPU struggles in games, the sooner you need to buy a new laptop. Better bang for buck, and will last you longer.
More deals are on this page:
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Last time i swear - Could you send a link to a monitor your would recommend? And considering the black friday deal comes with a PCI-E Wireless N Card that i can't change does that mean there won't be a lan port or will have it have a lan port with the added option of the wifi?The case is decent, better than many of the alternative budget RGB cases as it actually has holes for the air to come in at the front
Either build is fine and you're not going to see any real performance difference between them. These are powerful builds, and would want a decent monitor (1440p 144hz with adaptive sync most likely) to make sure you actually harness the performance.
The AMD build is probably more futureproof.