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Hi all!

 

My old laptop has given up the ghost unfortunately so I’m here for a bit of advice please! 
 

I’m looking for the best of both worlds, a decent work laptop that can run FM21 (5/6 leagues with a large database, with high graphics). Not at the same time but it has to be able to perform well at both really.

 

I’ve got my Xbox Series X for my serious gaming so I’m just after something for FM21, RuneScape, Minecraft, films, Spotify as well being used as a workhorse during the day.

 

I’ve a budget of around £700 or so, preferably PCWorld or Curry’s as I could get 20% off. 😇

 

Cheers all!

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15 hours ago, Gallows7 said:

Hi all!

 

My old laptop has given up the ghost unfortunately so I’m here for a bit of advice please! 
 

I’m looking for the best of both worlds, a decent work laptop that can run FM21 (5/6 leagues with a large database, with high graphics). Not at the same time but it has to be able to perform well at both really.

 

I’ve got my Xbox Series X for my serious gaming so I’m just after something for FM21, RuneScape, Minecraft, films, Spotify as well being used as a workhorse during the day.

 

I’ve a budget of around £700 or so, preferably PCWorld or Curry’s as I could get 20% off. 😇

 

Cheers all!

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops/dell-g5-15-5505-15-6-gaming-laptop-amd-ryzen-5-rx-5600m-256-gb-ssd-10206087-pdt.html

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20 minutes ago, Gallows7 said:

Thank you for the reply mate!

 

but ouch...

 

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Must admit, I look purely at spec rather than reviews.  Nothing else in Currys was in stock under £700 which I'd consider worthwhile.

If you don't mind looking elsewhere, here's another one.

https://www.box.co.uk/30029418-Medion-Erazer-E10_3554453.html

 

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4 hours ago, kevhamster said:

Must admit, I look purely at spec rather than reviews.  Nothing else in Currys was in stock under £700 which I'd consider worthwhile.

If you don't mind looking elsewhere, here's another one.

https://www.box.co.uk/30029418-Medion-Erazer-E10_3554453.html

 

Ahhhh I’ve been comparing that to this below for the last few weeks, thinking of the ASUS as the reviews are somewhat better!

 

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops/asus-tuf-fx505dt-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i5-gtx-1650-512-gb-ssd-10205615-pdt.html

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31 minutes ago, Gallows7 said:

Ahhhh I’ve been comparing that to this below for the last few weeks, thinking of the ASUS as the reviews are somewhat better!

 

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops/asus-tuf-fx505dt-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i5-gtx-1650-512-gb-ssd-10205615-pdt.html

Specs-wise the Medion is a bit better as it has the newer gen version of the i5 out of the two, but the Asus is still decent.

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On 28/03/2021 at 16:57, Gallows7 said:

Thank you for the reply mate!

 

but ouch...

 

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Most are about the overheating - could be solved with a laptop cooler.

Others say the SSD isn't big enough - and it's stated what it is. 

Another says they miss the DVD drive - it was never included. 

Some people playing games it's not designed for., World of Tanks have a specific graphics setting on their page, for example. 

 

It's an entry level gaming laptop at that price - not really sure what people expeceted. But I'd imagine it would be fine for FM with a laopt cooler.

 

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Hi, Everyone 

Could you please recommend notebook for Very High 3D match engine Fm21, I looking for AMD Ryzen7 5800h vs Intel i5 11300h

Which one is better for very high 3D match fm21 

https://www.jib.co.th/web/index.php/product/readProduct/45988

https://notebookspec.com/notebook/10720-asus-tuf-gaming-a15-fa506qr-hn035t.html

https://notebookspec.com/notebook/10818-asus-tuf-gaming-dash-f15-fx516pm-hn086t.html

THANKS 🙏🏻 

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10 hours ago, Oatdy said:

Hi, Everyone 

Could you please recommend notebook for Very High 3D match engine Fm21, I looking for AMD Ryzen7 5800h vs Intel i5 11300h

Which one is better for very high 3D match fm21 

https://www.jib.co.th/web/index.php/product/readProduct/45988

https://notebookspec.com/notebook/10720-asus-tuf-gaming-a15-fa506qr-hn035t.html

https://notebookspec.com/notebook/10818-asus-tuf-gaming-dash-f15-fx516pm-hn086t.html

THANKS 🙏🏻 

The processor won't affect the graphics settings - that's the job of the graphics card.

However, out of those two CPU's, the Ryzen 7 5800H is the clear winner.

The two laptops with that CPU have either the RTX 3060 or 3070 as the graphics card, both of which are frankly massive overkill if FM is the only game you're playing.  So, if FM is the only game you're playing, I'd go with the cheaper model with the 3060.

And with those specs, you will want to also consider buying a laptop cooling pad as I'm going to assume they generate a fair amount of heat.

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8 hours ago, kevhamster said:

The processor won't affect the graphics settings - that's the job of the graphics card.

However, out of those two CPU's, the Ryzen 7 5800H is the clear winner.

The two laptops with that CPU have either the RTX 3060 or 3070 as the graphics card, both of which are frankly massive overkill if FM is the only game you're playing.  So, if FM is the only game you're playing, I'd go with the cheaper model with the 3060.

And with those specs, you will want to also consider buying a laptop cooling pad as I'm going to assume they generate a fair amount of heat.

Thanks, I’m playing only FM and another one model Intel i7 gen11 

i7-11370H + RTX 3060 

https://www.jib.co.th/web/index.php/product/readProduct/45866

 

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hi guys need a bit of help. i just got a gaming pc its a i5 8400 with a gtx 1060 gpu. its a pre build republic  of gamers. So in the past i have just had a normal pc for fm and a normal 60hz monitor. i have just orderd Acer Nitro VG240Ybmiix 23.8 inch FHD Gaming Monitor (IPS Panel, FreeSync, 75Hz, 1ms, HDMI, VGA, Black/Red) off amazon and i now not sure if it will work win nvidia as i been told i need gsync or somthing. Anyone help and tell me if i should cancel my order?

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6 hours ago, Andy1979 said:

hi guys need a bit of help. i just got a gaming pc its a i5 8400 with a gtx 1060 gpu. its a pre build republic  of gamers. So in the past i have just had a normal pc for fm and a normal 60hz monitor. i have just orderd Acer Nitro VG240Ybmiix 23.8 inch FHD Gaming Monitor (IPS Panel, FreeSync, 75Hz, 1ms, HDMI, VGA, Black/Red) off amazon and i now not sure if it will work win nvidia as i been told i need gsync or somthing. Anyone help and tell me if i should cancel my order?

You'll be fine.

Gsync is a technology that sets the monitor so the refresh rate follows the FPS output of the graphics card.   It's nice to have but by no means essential.  I have a Nvidia GPU and my monitor doesn't have Gsync and it works fine.

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Hi all!

 

Which would you recommend out of these 2 for FM21 :

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14  (AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti - RAM: 32 GB) 1600€

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ASUS Flow X13 (AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS - NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1650 - RAM: 32 GB)

1630€

 

Thanks.

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23 minutes ago, Pedro5949 said:

Hi all!

 

Which would you recommend out of these 2 for FM21 :

ASUS ROG Zephyrus G14  (AMD Ryzen 7 4800HS - NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti - RAM: 32 GB) 1600€

 

ASUS Flow X13 (AMD Ryzen 7 5800HS - NVIDIA GeForce® GTX 1650 - RAM: 32 GB)

1630€

 

Thanks.

If FM is the only game you play, the second one.

If you'll be playing other modern games as well, the first one.

Reason for this is the second one has the better CPU but weaker graphics card, but the graphics card is still more than enough for FM.

The first one has a stronger graphics card, but the CPU is still excellent even if it's not quite as strong as the other one, so will be better for gaming other than FM due to the stronger graphics card.

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24 minutes ago, kevhamster said:

If FM is the only game you play, the second one.

If you'll be playing other modern games as well, the first one.

Reason for this is the second one has the better CPU but weaker graphics card, but the graphics card is still more than enough for FM.

The first one has a stronger graphics card, but the CPU is still excellent even if it's not quite as strong as the other one, so will be better for gaming other than FM due to the stronger graphics card.

Thank you 

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Can you let me know if there is anything currently better than the following at a similar price- https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops/msi-stealth-15m-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i7-rtx-3060-512-gb-ssd-10220214-pdt.html

 

WHAT IS YOUR BUDGET? Linked one is currently £1399 so around that price point, could stretch a little further to future proof it, but don't want to spend if unnecessary
ANY OTHER INFO? 

 

Do you want to watch Netflix? On occasion
Do you play other games? Hoping to be able to play Crusader Kings III, Total War series, Jurassic Park Evolution, and possibly Forza Horizon with ease.
Do you want to edit videos? no
Listen to music, spotify? Spotify
Do you edit photos? No
 

 

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25 minutes ago, scousevasey said:

Can you let me know if there is anything currently better than the following at a similar price- https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-laptops/msi-stealth-15m-15-6-gaming-laptop-intel-core-i7-rtx-3060-512-gb-ssd-10220214-pdt.html

 

WHAT IS YOUR BUDGET? Linked one is currently £1399 so around that price point, could stretch a little further to future proof it, but don't want to spend if unnecessary
ANY OTHER INFO? 

 

Do you want to watch Netflix? On occasion
Do you play other games? Hoping to be able to play Crusader Kings III, Total War series, Jurassic Park Evolution, and possibly Forza Horizon with ease.
Do you want to edit videos? no
Listen to music, spotify? Spotify
Do you edit photos? No
 

 

At the price, taking into account current stock, the one you've picked out looks to be the one to go for. 

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Hi all,

looking for an upgrade on my laptop which will be solely used for Football manager.

my main priority is loading speeds as I prefer to play the games in 2D anyway. After doing a bit of research this is the laptop I’m looking at at the moment

HP Pavilion 15-ec1006na 15.6 Inch Full HD IPS Gaming Laptop - (Shadow Black) (AMD Ryzen 7 4800H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB Dedicated) Graphics, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, Windows 10 Home 64) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0877MJY1Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_ARCDYY3Y3XV1Y2SGM8W4

I’m still not totally sure I know what I’m looking for so any help would be appreciated! 

 

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9 hours ago, bigsmiffyg said:

Hi all,

looking for an upgrade on my laptop which will be solely used for Football manager.

my main priority is loading speeds as I prefer to play the games in 2D anyway. After doing a bit of research this is the laptop I’m looking at at the moment

HP Pavilion 15-ec1006na 15.6 Inch Full HD IPS Gaming Laptop - (Shadow Black) (AMD Ryzen 7 4800H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB Dedicated) Graphics, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, Windows 10 Home 64) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0877MJY1Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_ARCDYY3Y3XV1Y2SGM8W4

I’m still not totally sure I know what I’m looking for so any help would be appreciated! 

 

That'll do the job for you.  And if you decide you do want to play in 3D it'll handle that with ease.

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4 hours ago, kevhamster said:

That'll do the job for you.  And if you decide you do want to play in 3D it'll handle that with ease.

Thank you. Do you think that’s a good laptop for the price range aswell?

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Thank you. Do you think that’s a good laptop for the price range aswell?

Yes.  Prices are quite high at the moment generally, so given the current market it's a very good price.

Another option is this: https://www.box.co.uk/1L6F7EAABU-HP-Pavilion-Gaming-15-ec1009na_2958259.html

CPU is the same, slightly weaker version of the graphics card, but 16GB RAM.  Same amount of storage.

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13 minutes ago, kevhamster said:

Yes.  Prices are quite high at the moment generally, so given the current market it's a very good price.

Another option is this: https://www.box.co.uk/1L6F7EAABU-HP-Pavilion-Gaming-15-ec1009na_2958259.html

CPU is the same, slightly weaker version of the graphics card, but 16GB RAM.  Same amount of storage.

Last question I promise haha. What will that extra RAM do for me in game?

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3 minutes ago, bigsmiffyg said:

Last question I promise haha. What will that extra RAM do for me in game?

In terms of FM, nothing to be honest.

But in case you do decide you want to do other things with the laptop as well, double the RAM is likely to be of more use than a marginally stronger graphics card.

Ultimately, the choice is up to you.  Both are the same price and specs are broadly quite similar. :)

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4 minutes ago, kevhamster said:

In terms of FM, nothing to be honest.

But in case you do decide you want to do other things with the laptop as well, double the RAM is likely to be of more use than a marginally stronger graphics card.

Ultimately, the choice is up to you.  Both are the same price and specs are broadly quite similar. :)

I will go with your judgement then. Thanks a lot dude. You’re a saint

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On 05/04/2021 at 01:18, bigsmiffyg said:

Hi all,

looking for an upgrade on my laptop which will be solely used for Football manager.

my main priority is loading speeds as I prefer to play the games in 2D anyway. After doing a bit of research this is the laptop I’m looking at at the moment

HP Pavilion 15-ec1006na 15.6 Inch Full HD IPS Gaming Laptop - (Shadow Black) (AMD Ryzen 7 4800H, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660 Ti (6 GB Dedicated) Graphics, 8 GB RAM, 512 GB SSD, Windows 10 Home 64) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0877MJY1Q/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glc_fabc_ARCDYY3Y3XV1Y2SGM8W4

I’m still not totally sure I know what I’m looking for so any help would be appreciated! 

 

Just to help out, that's the laptop I bought recently and works absolutely fine for FM and a ton of other games. You'll be fine. 

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On 03/04/2021 at 14:26, kevhamster said:

At the price, taking into account current stock, the one you've picked out looks to be the one to go for. 

Thanks @kevhamster - purchased, delivered, and working well

I have been reading the thread for a few months to help crystallise my thoughts on what I needed, so between you and @Smurf it has been a great help

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2 hours ago, scousevasey said:

Thanks @kevhamster - purchased, delivered, and working well

I have been reading the thread for a few months to help crystallise my thoughts on what I needed, so between you and @Smurf it has been a great help

Enjoy! 

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9 hours ago, tomeley15 said:

If you're happy to go with a refurbished model, this one has the same CPU as the one at £500. 

https://www.laptopstation.co.uk/product/laptops/eq1510sa-2/

The reason that one gets recommended is because its miles ahead of anything else available in that price range in terms of CPU performance. 

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1 hour ago, kevhamster said:

If you're happy to go with a refurbished model, this one has the same CPU as the one at £500. 

https://www.laptopstation.co.uk/product/laptops/eq1510sa-2/

The reason that one gets recommended is because its miles ahead of anything else available in that price range in terms of CPU performance. 

Is there any risk buying a refurbished one and I’ve never heard of laptop station so are they reliable ?? Thanks

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44 minutes ago, tomeley15 said:

Is there any risk buying a refurbished one and I’ve never heard of laptop station so are they reliable ?? Thanks

You get a 12 month warranty, same as you would with a brand new model.

Of course, there can be some things to be aware of, such as battery life may not be at 100% for example, but I would have no hesitation in recommending them to people who aren't sure.

I've bought two laptops from them and can also vouch for their warranty service as the most recent one I had did develop a fault and it was replaced for an equivalent model.

Here's their trustpilot page: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/laptopstation.co.uk

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29 minutes ago, kevhamster said:

You get a 12 month warranty, same as you would with a brand new model.

Of course, there can be some things to be aware of, such as battery life may not be at 100% for example, but I would have no hesitation in recommending them to people who aren't sure.

I've bought two laptops from them and can also vouch for their warranty service as the most recent one I had did develop a fault and it was replaced for an equivalent model.

Here's their trustpilot page: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/laptopstation.co.uk

Okay cheers mate! I’ll go for that

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31 minutes ago, kevhamster said:

You get a 12 month warranty, same as you would with a brand new model.

Of course, there can be some things to be aware of, such as battery life may not be at 100% for example, but I would have no hesitation in recommending them to people who aren't sure.

I've bought two laptops from them and can also vouch for their warranty service as the most recent one I had did develop a fault and it was replaced for an equivalent model.

Here's their trustpilot page: https://uk.trustpilot.com/review/laptopstation.co.uk

It’s literally just gone out of stock :( any other recommendations?

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2 minutes ago, tomeley15 said:

It’s literally just gone out of stock :( any other recommendations?

Nothing for the same price, sadly.

There is this one: https://www.laptopstation.co.uk/product/laptops/vivobook-m4/

But given the small price difference, you're probably just as well going for the brand new one at Currys.

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Looking at getting at desktop. Will only be playing football manager on it and want the processing speed in game to be as fast as possible. I like to load something like 150k players and probably 25-30 leagues and I play with the 3D match engine so would like that as good as possible as well.

I have very little knowledge of computers but my understanding is that I wouldn’t need a top of the range gaming pc because FM isn’t that intensive, so I’m wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction of the level of pc I’d need to run fm as quickly as possible, but without over doing it on the spec front with a load of extras I don’t need. Ideally I don’t want to be spending more than £1,000

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18 hours ago, Osvaldo said:

Looking at getting at desktop. Will only be playing football manager on it and want the processing speed in game to be as fast as possible. I like to load something like 150k players and probably 25-30 leagues and I play with the 3D match engine so would like that as good as possible as well.

I have very little knowledge of computers but my understanding is that I wouldn’t need a top of the range gaming pc because FM isn’t that intensive, so I’m wondering if anyone could point me in the right direction of the level of pc I’d need to run fm as quickly as possible, but without over doing it on the spec front with a load of extras I don’t need. Ideally I don’t want to be spending more than £1,000

This one has a top-notch CPU with a sufficient graphics card: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Primal_3617813.html

Or, if you'd prefer to spend less, but still get very good performance, this one is also very good.  The CPU isn't as strong as the one above, but it is still excellent: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2725846,3570387

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Hi guys. Getting back into FM after a few years out and will need a new laptop. 

I have a budget of £700 max. 

Would this be ok for me for 3D pitch and 10ish leagues running? 

https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/msi-gf63-thin-core-i5-10300h-8gb-256gb-ssd-geforce-gtx-1650-max-q-15.6-inch-9s7-16r412-426/version.asp

Thanks!

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Hey,

I posted a month or two ago, and then had a change of circumstances. Now I can get a PC again, Its now out of stock, and I’m looking for another. 

My budget is around the £800 mark as I want to leave some room to buy dual monitors/screens. Main tasks would be to play FM, work on Microsoft programs etc and maybe other games like sims.

scrolled back and seen the following three mentioned recently:

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-pcs/acer-nitro-n50-110-gaming-pc-ryzen-5-gtx-1650-1-tb-hdd-10209356-pdt.html
 

https://ao.com/product/3xs109839-3xs-desktop-black-78421-253.aspx

https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2725846,3570387

Which of these three would be most suitable for what I’m looking for? Or maybe there’s a better option than these?

Thank you in advance for any help, and apologies for having for help once again! 

 


 

 

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15 hours ago, lewis1664 said:

Hi guys. Getting back into FM after a few years out and will need a new laptop. 

I have a budget of £700 max. 

Would this be ok for me for 3D pitch and 10ish leagues running? 

https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/msi-gf63-thin-core-i5-10300h-8gb-256gb-ssd-geforce-gtx-1650-max-q-15.6-inch-9s7-16r412-426/version.asp

Thanks!

For the 3D graphics, it'll be absolutely fine.

In terms of how many leagues, we can never speculate on this as I don't know what speed you'd consider acceptable.  But the CPU is solid and should run the game well.

 

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8 hours ago, Scriv24 said:

Hey,

I posted a month or two ago, and then had a change of circumstances. Now I can get a PC again, Its now out of stock, and I’m looking for another. 

My budget is around the £800 mark as I want to leave some room to buy dual monitors/screens. Main tasks would be to play FM, work on Microsoft programs etc and maybe other games like sims.

scrolled back and seen the following three mentioned recently:

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/gaming/pc-gaming/gaming-pcs/acer-nitro-n50-110-gaming-pc-ryzen-5-gtx-1650-1-tb-hdd-10209356-pdt.html
 

https://ao.com/product/3xs109839-3xs-desktop-black-78421-253.aspx

https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2725846,3570387

Which of these three would be most suitable for what I’m looking for? Or maybe there’s a better option than these?

Thank you in advance for any help, and apologies for having for help once again! 

 


 

 

This one: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2725846,3570387

Best CPU of the three, and graphics card will do the job (all three have the same graphics card, so I've based it on the CPU).

I've had a look at a few stores and can't find anything to beat it at that price.

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12 hours ago, kevhamster said:

This one: https://www.box.co.uk/Cube-Gauntlet_2477545.html?config=2335908,2472017,2647986,2725846,3570387

Best CPU of the three, and graphics card will do the job (all three have the same graphics card, so I've based it on the CPU).

I've had a look at a few stores and can't find anything to beat it at that price.

Thanks Kev, before I saw this reply I had another look and came across:

https://www.palicomp.co.uk/amd_best_buy on “hotukdeals” which is £450 but offers “PROMO - RYZEN 5 3600 + B550M-K + RTX2060 6GB + 600W KOLINK” for £425 taking the total price to £875.
 

Would this be a significant improvement on the £800 Box one above or not? Thanks again! 

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2 hours ago, Scriv24 said:

Thanks Kev, before I saw this reply I had another look and came across:

https://www.palicomp.co.uk/amd_best_buy on “hotukdeals” which is £450 but offers “PROMO - RYZEN 5 3600 + B550M-K + RTX2060 6GB + 600W KOLINK” for £425 taking the total price to £875.
 

Would this be a significant improvement on the £800 Box one above or not? Thanks again! 

The graphics card is significantly stronger, but the CPU is the same.  I'd say purely for the games you're looking at playing it's not necessary, but an extra £75 to upgrade from a 1650 is 2060 with the bonus of twice the RAM is pretty much a no-brainer, especially if there's a chance you may want to look at other games down the line as well.

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