HardSoft is proud to present this affordable Custom PC Bundle. The i7-8700 provides 8 Cores, 12 Threads and Max Frequency of 4.60 GHz. This processor comes pack with Intel Virtualization and Intel Turbo Boost Technology to optimise your new Custom PC. To top off your high-end CPU you will, of course, need a high-end graphics card so we are happy to offer the new NVIDIA GTX 1660 Ti. The RTX 20 series brings you Turing Shader Technology and Nvidia Ansel.
With over 35 years of experience building Custom PCs, we can guarantee premium build quality here at HardSoft. We deal with all premium IT hardware suppliers in the UK. If you Can’t find what you’re looking for & need a totally unique build & quote, Contact us, tell us what you need & we’ll build it!
Leasing this Custom PC provides you with
More than capable of meeting any Creative Software demands, the i9-9900X CPU boasts a 3.5GHz Base Frequency, 10 Cores/20 Threads and 19.25MB Smart Cache which, twinned with the Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060, creates a PC capable of nearly any task you throw at it.
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👍 When approved we will email you paperwork within a few hours
📨 You e-sign the paperwork online
🚚 We arrange delivery at your convenience
Once you have chosen your device click on the 'ADD TO BASKET' where you will need to complete the lease application. We will then make a Credit Check and then within 24 hours email you the lease contract for you to sign on-line. Upon receipt of the signed paperwork we will then deliver the next day or at a convenient time to suit.
All prices exclude VAT and are quoted per week based on a three year agreement. PC Customers can renew their agreement after 18 months. Apple Mac customers can renew after 24 months or cancel the agreement at this point.
All offers are subject to credit status (BUSINESS USERS ONLY) and an identity fraud check. HardSoft Ltd and its agents will make enquiries to verify the information to enable fair consideration of the application. The lender reserves the right to decline an application. Please see the Citizens Advice Bureau page on 'How lenders decide whether to give you credit' for further information on this topic, including steps you may wish to take if your application is refused.