Configurable AMD Gaming PC: £900 - £1500


Configure an AMD Gaming PC from Fierce PC. Below are some recommended base specs for a system, based on your selections so far. If they don't quite match your requirements, click 'Configure and Buy' to be able to change any part of your system.

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AMD Ryzen 5 7500F | NVIDIA RTX 4060 | Custom Gaming PC


  • AMD Ryzen 5 7500F Hex-Core Processor
  • NVIDIA RTX 4060 8GB Graphics Card
  • 16GB 5200MHz DDR5 Memory
  • 1TB NVMe M.2 Solid State Drive
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We have aimed to make configuring your dream system as easy as possible. Within a few clicks, you tell us if you want an AMD or an Intel based system and what your budget is.


We use the information provided to suggest some system configurations that match your requirements and price-point. These systems can be added to your basket ready-configured, or you can use the 'configure and buy' button to start customising the various elements of your system. Change your case, CPU, motherboard, cooler etc. 

However you want to customise your new system, our configurator makes it super simple!


Our configurator uses a simple drop-down menu to quickly change the components in your PC. Each component indicates the difference in price from the base specification and the summary price will dynamically change so you can chop and change whilst keeping an eye on your budget.


Not sure what a component does? 

Choose it in the drop down menu and click the '?' to the right of the drop-down. You will see a window which gives you plenty of information so you can make informed decisions.


With our custom PC configurator, you don't need to worry that you'll select components that won't work together. We've made it so all selectable options are going to give you a great system, and if, for example, you need to up your power supply to select a certain graphics card, our configurator will tell you that!