Your Selected System Components

This is a list of the components which make up this PC. Each component listed can be changed to suit your specification or budget - and with thousands of products to chose from, you can create the perfect machine.

To view a component:

  • Select a category from this menu. Eg, 'Case'
  • Click an item from the product list to view details
  • Click 'Select' to add it to your build

Some categories allow for more than 1 item to be selected, eg, hard drives:

  • A list of slots will be displayed, showing you how many items you can add
  • Click a slot to view the products
  • Click 'Add' to add it to your build

This is the Helper

  • I have a budget I'd like to work with

  • Use these options to tell us what type of PC you're after, and how much you'd like to spend. We'll determine the most suitable components, and add them automatically.

    From there you can customise your perfect PC by changing the case, or adding additional hard drives.

  • I know the components I want

  • If you're an experienced user and already know what components you'd like, select the 'Enthusiast' option.

    This will allow you to choose the components you'd like, and we'll adjust the budget slider to let you know roughly how much the build will be.

    From there you can customise the build, to match exactly what you need.

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    Once you've created your dream PC, you can let everyone know using these sharing options.

    Just click on the social media icon you'd like to use.

    Welcome to the System Builder

    Let's get started! Use the options below to tell us what type of PC you're looking for

    How would you like to build

    By Component

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    Budget

    Processor

    Intel
    AMD
    Not Sure

    Processor

    Intel i3
    Intel i5
    Intel i7
    Intel i7 6 Core
    Intel i7 8 Core
    Athlon
    AMD A Series
    AMD FX 6 Core
    AMD FX 8 Core
    AMD FX 9xxx
    AMD Ryzen 7

    Graphics

    NVIDIA
    AMD
    Not Sure
    Not Required

    Graphics

    Not Required
    GTX 1050
    GTX 1050Ti
    GTX 1060
    GTX 1070
    GTX 1080
    R7 Series
    RX460
    RX470
    RX480

    Feature

    Mini-ITX
    Not Required

    Monitor, Mouse and Keyboard

    Yes
    Not Required

    Operating System

    Windows
    Not Required
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    RESET THE SYSTEM BUILDER

    This will reset all components and remove any customisations. Do you wish to continue?

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    Case cooling options will be displayed once you have selected a Case

    Storage options will be displayed once you have selected a Case

    FIRST, SELECT A CASE

    We've added some components for you based on your selection, but you can swap and change anything you want using the list on the left. To get started, you can view or select a Case using the middle column.

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    Select an option in the middle column to add or change the components of your PC

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    Use the options in the middle and the gallery below to see where cooling can be installed. The following information may help you with your selection:


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    The front of your Case should be used to suck cool air into your PC. With good airflow, from front to back, your components will be kept cool - which means they could run faster and last longer. It's recommended to balance the air flow going in and going out of your case, slightly leaning towards more going in.

    Eg, 3 fans on the front (3 intake), 1 on the rear and 1 on top (2 exhaust).

    The balanced airflow helps with cooling, but also having more air coming in helps to keep the dust out. This creates a slightly positive pressure in your case, so dust isn't brought in through the panel joins.

    From your Case selection, you can have {{system.cases.extra.cooling.front.number}} front fans

    The rear fans exhaust the warm air out of your Case, however they can also add to the overall aesthetic of your PC. If you have selected a Case with a side window, the rear fan is usually visable. A nice LED fan in the rear of the Case can really make it pop.

    From your Case selection, you can have {{system.cases.extra.cooling.rear.number}} rear fans

    The side fans exhaust the warm air out of your Case, normally working in conjunction with any rear fans. One thing to keep in mind however is the balance between too many exhaust fans - you may want a similar amount of intake fans in the front.

    From your Case selection, you can have {{system.cases.extra.cooling.side.number}} side fans

    The top fans exhaust the warm air out of your Case, however as this is a common position for watercooling radiators, the top fans can also help cool your processor. Even if you've not selected watercooling, the top fans are still normally the closest to your processor, so they could provide a boost to an air cooler as well.

    From your Case selection, you can have {{system.cases.extra.cooling.top.number}} top fans

    The bottom fans exhaust the warm air out of your Case. Whilst this isn't a common place for fans to be installed, they can sometimes help circulate the air around an internal harddrive bays that maybe in this area of the case.

    From your Case selection, you can have {{system.cases.extra.cooling.bottom.number}} bottom fans

    Moving on

    You're Done!

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    Once your happy with your {{view.nav | parse_key}} selection, you can move onto the next section.

    If you're happy with your PC, click the button below to see an overview before adding to your basket. Alternatively you can use the navigation menu on the left to make any further changes.

    It looks like you might have a problem with one or more of your components, click the button below to check

    Further Customisation

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    Once your happy with your {{view.cat | parse_key}} selection, click the button below to see the {{view.nav | parse_key}} overview.

    If you're happy with your PC, click the button below to see an overview before adding to your basket. Alternatively you can use the navigation menu on the left to make any further changes.

    It looks like you might have a problem with one or more of your components, click the button below to check

    Total So Far:

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    Finance From:

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    This PC may have some additional items or promotions only available with certain hardware. You can still customise this PC, but the additional options may not be available

    Selected Components


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    Your PC will be built and despatched within this time. You can change this option here

    Our industry leading 3 year warranty means that in the unlikely event of a problem, we will collect the PC from you and replace any parts free of charge for 3 years. Terms and conditions can be found here

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    RESET THE SYSTEM BUILDER

    This will reset all components and remove any customisations. Do you wish to continue?