BabyMacca wroteHello guys is they any websites you can recommend for getting Gaming PC on finance or like site that sell parts I've been looking at pc world are theses bundles good price ?
Currys/PCWorld probably isn't the place I'd be buying from on finance. You'd probably be better looking for somewhere that uses Klarna or something similar.
I know eBuyer use Klarna for financing, and I think you have 3 and 6 month 0% interest repayment options, then 12+ month with interest.
BabyMacca wrotedeally I would like i9 - CPU
That £1000 bundle you linked is horrendous value.
What are your current specs? Everything, including make/model of case and PSU please.
What monitor(s) are you using with the system?
What exactly do you use the system for?
What are you wanting to upgrade, and why?
What's your budget and how long are you planning to repay it over?
What are your current specs? Everything, including make/model of case and PSU please.- This is currently my pc but I added extra 8GB of - ram amazon.co.uk/StormForce-Tornado-G...B071YPDG39 Its horrendous and has a 1070 not 1060
What monitor(s) are you using with the system? I've got a BenQ gaming 60hz monitor I will be upgrading this in the future to 144hz
What exactly do you use the system for? - Gaming, Call of duty warzone, blackops 3 custom zombies, gta, and all new titles
What are you wanting to upgrade, and why? I need to upgrade my SSD, CPU basically everything
What's your budget and how long are you planning to repay it over? - I do have some cash saved but would be better on finance my budget - £1500-£2000 without graphics or with (I could get graphics few months down the line)
I Would like i9 to furture proof myself, everyone is saying amd is better for value but I dont understand how becasue when I look up benchmarks online intel is always better am I missing something ?