This Black Friday Gaming PC deal is perfect for RTX 3070 buyers.

Nvidia’s RTX 3070 disappeared from the surface of the globe as soon as it was launched a few weeks ago, making it nearly impossible to get anyone who wants an upgrade. However, if you’re ready to buy and get a brand new PC, this Black Friday deal by a system builder PC specialist could be the fastest route to get Nvidia’s new 4K monster card. there is. At £ 1299, it’s probably completely cheaper. The old PC has also been renewed.

I’m a big fan of custom PCs for PC specialists, and the Inferno R4 and Apollo R1 builds I’ve reviewed in the past are top notch and cost-effective. Technically, the deal offered today is a fixed build from Currys PC World, but the basic Vortex spec has been launched based on the cost of configuring the same spec on PC Specialist’s own website. So you can save over £ 250 here. For £ 1560.

In fact, in addition to the RTX 3070 graphics card mentioned above, one of Intel’s 8-core Core i7-10700 CPUs with this build (unfortunately not overclockable, but still very powerful), 16GB 2400MHz RAM , And enough storage in the form of 512GB SSD and 2TB HDD. This is a great set of £ 1299 components and a worthwhile upgrade from the current £ 1000 RPS rig build. Of course, you’ll need to have your own monitor, mouse, and keyboard here, but if you’re short on ideas, you can find lots of valuable candidates on the big Black Friday hub.

Personally, I would like to pair this desktop with LG’s UltraGear 27GL850-B display from the current Black Friday game monitor deals I’ve seen so far. That’s currently only £ 339 (even at Currys PC World)). This is £ 100 off regular price and is one of the UK monitor deals currently available.

Sure, it may only have a resolution of 2560×1440 instead of 4K, but the RTX 3070 should be able to fully meet the 144Hz refresh rate at this resolution from high quality to the highest quality settings. You can also enable raytracing with the same quality settings to reach at least 60fps. It’s also one of Nvidia’s officially certified G-Sync compatible monitors, so you can continue to use variable refresh rate technology.

Similarly, if you’re looking at a recently updated list of all the best ultra-wide games on your PC these days, the RTX 3070 PC is also a good candidate for an ultra-wide monitor. Of course, these are more expensive than standard 16: 9 monitors-even those for Black Friday deals-but if that were me, I would probably choose Acer’s £ 610 Predator Z35p (this is our best gaming monitor). All of the current ultra-wide recommendations on the list), but if I especially felt the flash and luxury, I also saw the gorgeous 32: 9, 5120×1440 display now the lowest ever at £ 888. You’ll also be tempted by the newly discounted Samsung CRG9 that has Amazon (or £ 899 at Curry’s PC World).

If it sounds like it’s too expensive, but you’re still interested in buying a new pre-built PC, it’s highly recommended to check out the other Black Friday Gaming Desktop deals for Currys PC World. Many of them are much more budget-friendly than the Vortex ST-S, and many are under £ 1,000. Sure, if you’re looking for a top-notch 1080p gaming PC, my next choice is the Tornado A5X with Ryzen 53600X and RX5600XT, which is very affordable £ 899.

For Black Friday PC gaming deals, check out our Hardware Deals homepage and the Black Friday Deals hub for the latest prices and discounts.

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This Black Friday gaming PC deal is probably the quickest way to an RTX 3070

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