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The Overclockers UK Kinetic summer sale brings GTX 1060 gaming PCs down to £599

The folks at Overclockers UK are kicking off the summer with a big sale, cutting the price on select gaming PCs, peripherals and chairs. We’ll be breaking down the best deals currently live here.

For starters, the Kinetic H1M PC is currently down to £599. This will get you system powered by an Nvidia GTX 1060 and a Core i3-8100, one of Intel’s quad-core 8th Gen i3 CPUs. Aside from that, you’ll get 8GB of 2400MHz RAM, a 1TB hard drive and a copy of Windows 10. In all, it should be a solid system for 1080p, and the price tag is more than reasonable considering the GPU.

The Kinetic H1 is also on sale for £689.99, which features the same specs, but also throws in a 240GB boot SSD. Both PCs come with a 3-year collect and return warranty too, so if your system ever needs maintenance, the OCUK team will have you covered.

If you are also looking to get a new gaming chair for your desk, then you can get the red and black version of the Nitro Concepts S300 for £194.99. We reviewed this chair back in January, giving it our Worth Buying award.

Finally, if you need some new peripherals to complete your gaming setup, then there is also a Cougar bundle going for £109.99. This features the Cougar Immersa headset with a retractable mic, the Revenger optical mouse with RGB lighting and up to 12,000 DPI and finally, the Cougar 450K keyboard- a ‘hybrid’ mechanical keyboard with 10 reprogrammable keys for different macro commands or shortcuts. A Cougar Speed 2 anti-slip mouse mat will also be thrown in.

There are other deals floating around the OCUK site, so if you’re looking to upgrade something, then have a shop around.

KitGuru Says: Let us know if any of you end up picking some new gear up- we’re always interested in hearing what readers are upgrading!

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