Stormforce Onyx GTX 1660Ti Ryzen 5 3600 Review

👤by Matthew Hodgson Comments 📅26-08-19

Product on Review: Stormforce Onyx GTX 1660Ti Ryzen 5 3600
Manufacturer: Stormforce
Street Price: £989.99

Stormforce are a system integrator based in the UK who pride themselves on creating machines to match every budget and every requirement, whether that’s completing homework and watching your favourite YouTuber, powering through content creation tasks or playing the latest AAA titles, Stormforce caters to it all.

Today we look at something towards the more affordable end of the near-infinite pricing scale of the PC sector, at just under £1000. For your hard earned pennies, Stormforce have equipped the Onyx GTX 1660Ti Ryzen 5 3600 (not the catchiest of names, it has to be said) with, you guessed it, an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1660Ti graphics card and an AMD Ryzen 5 3600 processor.

Further to that, there’s 16GB of DDR4 RAM, ample for almost any workload, a 500GB SSD and 2TB HDD for storage and Gigabit LAN and WiFi for internet access.

Packaging everything up nicely is the Cooler Master 3.1 Lite Gaming Case with an acrylic side window and glossy front smoked panel to show off your PCs interior lighting.

Backed up by a 3-year Collect & Return warranty, where if your system develops a fault within 3 years of purchase, they’ll pick up your computer, repair it, and return it to you. Not only that, but thanks to the inclusion of the AMD Ryzen 3rd. Gen processor, the system comes with a free 3 months Xbox Game Pass subscription where you can enjoy games like Gears of War 5, Forza Horizon 4 or Sea of Thieves.

Stormforce on the Onyx GTX 1660Ti Ryzen 5 3600:
The Stormforce “Onyx GTX 1660Ti Ryzen 5 3600” is powered by the all new 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen 3600 processor, combined with a B450 chipset and 16GB of 2666Ghz memory giving you the power and speed needed to elevate your game to new heights.
The Onyx 3600 GTX 1660Ti will bring the most graphically intense games to their knees with the powerful NVIDIA GTX 1660Ti graphics card, and with new AAA titles taking advantage of the pioneering NVIDIA Turing architecture, sit back and let its ray tracing capabilities unleash reflective and shadowy carnage.

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