Titan Osprey Pro Gaming PC
Kaby Lake may not have been the revolutionary step in processors we were all hoping for. However, if you’re looking to buy a new system today, it’s hard to argue against choosing one with a Kaby core at its heart. At least until Ryzen launches. Primed with an Intel Core i5-7600K, 16GB of DDR4, one of Intel’s new 600P M.2 PCIe SSDs, and two Asus Radeon RX 480s running in CrossFire, the Titan Osprey is a machine that provides a great deal of insight into three gaming-market conundrums at the moment. Firstly, how well do Intel’s budget PCIe SSDs perform? Secondly, are dual RX 480s as strong a performance combo as a single GTX 1080? And finally, is the Core i5-7600K truly still the gamer’s processor of choice?
The short answer is, all right, nearly and just about. Intel’s 600P is a budget PCIe SSD that enables almost instantaneous boot times and rapid file transfers. The dual RX 480s provide a huge chunk of graphical output, which although limited to titles that tout CrossFire profiles these are few and far between. Lastly, the Intel Core i5-7600K performs flawlessly and is a solid choice if you haven’t upgraded for a few years.
Overclockers has pieced together an aggressively priced system, saving you £59, on top of offering a three-year warranty and exceptional build quality in a stunning-looking system.