Here you will find an overview of all our core Ryzen systems, including what you can expect out of them now and the potential upgrade path in the future.
If you are looking at one of our systems but would prefer a case from a different system just let us know which and we will make the change. Changes within the intel i5 and Ryzen R5 ranges will be free of charge, as will
intel i7 and Ryzen R7, also changes between intel i3 and Ryzen R3 will be free of charge
Our Ryzen 3 1200 based systems Paired with either the Nvidia GTX 1050 or Radeon RX 560 2GB are what we consider the starting point to a good and capable gaming PC.
Full HD 1080p resolutions with good frame rates can be achieved with medium to high settings on most games available. Its a great choice for the eSports Genre players amongst us.
To get the best out of your Ryzen 3 based system choose the 1300x with the Nvidia GTX 1060 or the Radeon RX580 and be VR ready.
Crank the settings to very high and ultra and still get very good frame rates on most AAA titles at 1080p.
Is 1080p not enough and you have or will be getting a monitor that supports a 1440p resolution? This system will enable you to push into that higher resolution with a good frame rate while keeping the graphical fidelity high.
All of our Ryzen Gaming systems come with an ATX type motherboard, there are no M-ATX or ITX (Small form factor) boards in any. We believe that you should get what you pay for, not have your nice new mid ATX case turn up with a cheaper Small form factor motherboard in it that looks out of place.
The upgrade path on these systems is very good, in the future having a Ryzen 5 or Ryzen 7 fitted into the same motherboard is possible, as would be upgrading the graphics card at the same time (max Nvidia 1070 recommended on current power supply), adding extra Memory and hard drives is also possible.
Our Ryzen 5 based systems make a great gaming and multitasking platform. Starting with The Ryzen 5 2400G which is a 4 core 8 thread APU with integrated graphics. This offers great multitasking as well as a capable Gaming/Graphical experience up to 1080p. Have music playing, have a second screen active browsing the internet or even be recording or streaming your game play using a platform such as Twitch or Youtube. Pair your Ryzen 5 with an Nvidia GTX 1060 or Radeon rx580 to get very good graphics and frame rates on most of the games you love even at a 1440p resolution
Push the experience one step further (upto 50%) with one of our Nvidia GTX 1070 based systems, have great graphics and frame rates with ultra smooth game play at 1080p and 1440p (Monitor dependant)
If you have or will be getting a high refresh rate monitor of 1440p resolution or higher we'd recommend one of our Ryzen 5 systems with an Nvidia GTX 1080, or push it to the max with an Nvidia GTX 1080Ti for flawless game play in today's games
Our Ryzen 5 systems can be upgraded in the future to Ryzen 7 if and when you would like by changing the cpu only, all other components can remain. Memory and graphics cards can also be upgraded if you start with either our Nvidia GTX 1060 or Radeon RX 580 Systems.
Our Ryzen 7 based systems are aimed at the gamer and content creators out there.
Superb computing power paired with amazing graphics will be at your fingertips.
Home workstation tasks including 3d animation or rendering, and video or photo editing are a breeze with Ryzen 7, it cant be beat at its current performance point and price.
All of our Ryzen 7 systems come complete with black Braided power cables fitted to its fully modular power supply. They look great and allow for better air flow within the case.
If you would like them in a different colour Just choose the colour you would like within the menu when completing your purchase.
The whole AMD Ryzen platform is said to be supported to at least 2020, so the second iteration of the Ryzen (Zen 2) processors should be compatible with all of our Ryzen based systems. All Ryzen CPUs are factory unlocked and can all be overclocked to quite close margins between the CPUs in their respective range. The choice is yours depending on if you want to overclock or not.