Question Can you please help me compare two systems?

Jul 10, 2019
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Hi I'm hoping someone with a little more experience can help me compare these two systems, or offer any other suggestions. Any help would be much appreciated. I'm have a little apprehension about purchasing from PC world (does anyone have experience with them?) but their PC does seem to have a upgraded CPU and graphics card, although I can't seem much detail on the motherboard.

Any help would be appreciated.

https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/desktop-pcs/desktop-pcs/pc-specialist-esl-certified-intel-core-i7-rtx-2070-gaming-pc-2-tb-hdd-256-gb-ssd-10189717-pdt.html



Approximate Purchase Date: This week/month

Budget Range:approximately £2000

System Usage from Most to Least Important:gaming and photo/media editing

Are you buying a monitor: Yes



Do you need to buy OS: Yes



Location: UK

Parts Preferences: intel cpu

Overclocking:maybe

SLI or Crossfire: maybe

Your Monitor Resolution:dont own one

Additional Comments:would like it quiet, liquid cooling would be nice. Case doesn't need to be flash.

And Most Importantly, Why Are You Upgrading: We have no PC and partner intends to work on animation projects.
 

punkncat

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Just in a quick glance at the parts, I would skip the second one. It's using a slower/older CPU and a basically outdated GPU, and is more expensive.
My concern would be that the first link is cutting corners somewhere, but just the same the video card and CPU alone are well better.
 
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