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AMD Athlon X4 860K Black Edition 3.70GHz (Socket FM2) £41.94 @ Aria

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Great budget gaming CPU. As recommended by Tom's Hardware: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/gaming-cpu-review-overclock,review-32901-2.html
ollie87 Avatar1y, 1w agoFound 1 year, 1 week ago12 Comments
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Lemmin83
Says web only so cannot avoid the delivery charge :-( makes it about the same as everywhere else.
Well then I'm sorry I posted it.

No its great to have deals like this posted, was a great price if only there was a way i could've got it at that. From some research apparently theres a forum that offers free delivery however you need to fulfill criteria, including being a member for 28days. Maybe it will be of benefit to someone else :-)
Lemmin83
Says web only so cannot avoid the delivery charge :-( makes it about the same as everywhere else.



Well then I'm sorry I posted it.
Says web only so cannot avoid the delivery charge :-( makes it about the same as everywhere else.


Edited By: Lemmin83 on Nov 27, 2015 22:30
salloo
So, this is in store price. It says only 1 left in stock.

I believe you can collect from the counter at Aria if you're nearby.

Otherwise, yes, you'll have to pay delivery. But it's a flat charge, so you're building a system buy all the bits from them.
So, this is in store price. It says only 1 left in stock.
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£301.92 Intel Core i7-5820K 3.30GHz (Haswell-E) Socket 2011 Processor @ Aria

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289.98 + delivery Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
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I just like how not one person that voted cold has mentioned why? probably one of;
amd fan boys
the 'still expensive' crowd, the people that think a 300 quid system is just as good :p

least I can see some people think it's good.
I've got this CPU and I love it. It's a beast!! With my 32GB Crucial Ballistix DDR4 Ram is a monster!! Good price.
Good old weird HUKD - those people voting cold, do tell where you can get this particular CPU cheaper. I'm sure a lot of people will be very thankful.

Go on.
Heat Added. Great price for this HexCore i7
I thought it was a good price, especially for the x99 chipset, I know the base clock is lower than the 4790k but it has 2 more cores.
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Zotac GTX 970 4GB (well sort of nearly 4GB) Graphics Card + free Witcher 3 £268.32 delivered @ Aria

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Witcher 3 seems to be the new free games with the 9 series. This seems to be the cheapest non-ref 970 at the moment. Not all retailers offer the free game. Could be worth your while searching for othe…
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28" Dell Ultra HD 4K LED Monitor @ Aria. Was £327, now £240.00

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I'm no expert on 4K screens, but know that Dell monitors are well respected. This seems a good price to me. Specification:- - Diagonally Viewable Size: 28.0" (28-inch wide viewable image size) -…
kalico Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago47 Comments
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Y'all need the Dell u2515h! It's 1440p not 4k but you really can't tell the difference! And it's ips none of this tn rubbish! Far superior and similar price!
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Y'all need the Dell u2515h! It's 1440p not 4k but you really can't tell the difference! And it's ips none of this tn rubbish! Far superior and similar price!
30hz TN and no G sync.. I'll give you £40 for it! ;)
Topinio
Thoughtful
As the owner of a Dell monitor which cost nearly £1 K when new there are a few things people should know about them.
Well regarded they might be when new, but the component quality used is just about as poor as it's possible to get, one guy on You Tube railing about the cheapest no brand electrolytics which fail a lot sooner than the branded ones, with him ranting that if Dell only charged a dollar more they could upgrade them. Then as I found when the connection from the scalar board to the screen failed, the two essential multi pin connectors are not even plated !
Failure is inevitable and Dell do not supply spares for their monitors. Unless you are able to repair it yourself, or know someone who can do it for you then you have to regard a Dell monitor as a short term disposable item.
Um, what? I've about 250 of them currently deployed at work (so have gone through north of 350 units due to upgrades when people want a bigger one) and have had only one problem in 10 years. Which they fixed under NBD on-site warranty.
We buy mostly Ultrasharps, with some Professionals and a very few E-series when a budget line is super tight. Warranty details

Yep +1 for Dell Monitor quality. My main monitor is a Dell 2405FPW from 2005 and it is still in daily use. I fear the day when it finally expires as I love the 1920 x 1200 format, and I am not sure that my eyes would be happy with QHD.
another bait sale from aria
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Samsung 27" 1920x1080 5ms was £185 now £146.10 @ Aria

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Samsung S27C450B 27" 1920x1080 5ms, reduced to £146.10 . It is not the latest 4K resolution, but at this price for movies and games is great.
ZoroBandit Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago34 Comments
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mugen6
Alansmithee
I am going to use this just for office work in my home office - no problems with that?
No problems as such, but 1080p on a 27" seems a waste. It's cheap and useful for grandma since everything is bigger but I would invest in a 2560x1440 IPS monitor instead.
I agree, but even then I'd rather buy a 1440p monitor and crank up the text size than try and use 1080p on 27".
For anyone wanting a recommendation, I'm in love with my new Dell U2515H (there's a good Youtube review here). It's £250 for 1440p at 25" - I was sceptical that 25" would be too small for 1440p, but it's perfect.

It depends what you want it for. The Dell has a 6ms response time, whereas the Iilyama is 1ms. If you're gaming then the TN monitor is a better buy imo, especially if you play FPS. If you're doing a lot of photo work then go for the IPS Dell.
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mugen6
Alansmithee
I am going to use this just for office work in my home office - no problems with that?
No problems as such, but 1080p on a 27" seems a waste. It's cheap and useful for grandma since everything is bigger but I would invest in a 2560x1440 IPS monitor instead.
I agree, but even then I'd rather buy a 1440p monitor and crank up the text size than try and use 1080p on 27".

For anyone wanting a recommendation, I'm in love with my new Dell U2515H (there's a good Youtube review here). It's £250 for 1440p at 25" - I was sceptical that 25" would be too small for 1440p, but it's perfect.
ollie87
If you want a 1080p display I'd recommend going no higher than 22 inch.

They look poo otherwise.


in your opinion
commenter14
mugen6
Alansmithee
I am going to use this just for office work in my home office - no problems with that?
No problems as such, but 1080p on a 27" seems a waste. It's cheap and useful for grandma since everything is bigger but I would invest in a 2560x1440 IPS monitor instead.
I agree, but even then I'd rather buy a 1440p monitor and crank up the text size than try and use 1080p on 27".

For anyone wanting a recommendation, I'm in love with my new Dell U2515H (there's a good Youtube review here). It's £250 for 1440p at 25" - I was sceptical that 25" would be too small for 1440p, but it's perfect.
ollie87
If you want a 1080p display I'd recommend going no higher than 22 inch.

They look poo otherwise.


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doritos
Hamad_Shah
qasiim
TheUKGuy01
Good price but No HDMI :(
Why should no HDMI be a deal-breaker? The video signal and quality over DVI is basically the same.
No it's not lol haha HDMI is much better
no difference.


Mr smarty pants "no its not lol" hdmi and dvi offer identical quality. I'm sure you feel a bit daft now
kalico
sabresonic
How does this compare with the IIlyama 27" posted yesterday?...HDMI aside...
I'd go for the Iilyama. Great brand and cheaper. Amazon too. The fact this doesn't have HDMI could hint at an older model.

Thanks for reply Kalico
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Intel Pentium G630 2.70GHz (Sandy Bridge) Socket LGA1155 Processor - Retail @ Aria £28.73 delivered

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Ideal if you bagged one of the cheap LGA1155 motherboards recently. Retail packaged so comes with cooler. Sandy Bridge, 32nm, Dual-Core, 2.70GHz Clock Speed, 3MB Cache, Socket LGA 1155, Dual Channe…
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Despite being called "Celeron" this effectively replaced the G630. It's basically identical in speed to the G630.
mateus
I grabbed the motherboard from ebay £20 delivered (new) and 2 x 4GB DDR3 for £46 from OCUK.. should be fine.
I'll look at getting the SSD now and look forward to putting it all together!
Thx
Wow, great deal. I'm sure you'll get a few pennies for the old stuff too. People always need direct replacements for broken bits.

Enjoy!
I grabbed the motherboard from ebay £20 delivered (new) and 2 x 4GB DDR3 for £46 from OCUK.. should be fine.
I'll look at getting the SSD now and look forward to putting it all together!
Thx
mateus
Unfortunately only DDR2 @ 400Mhz - so adding 4 or 8GB of 1600Mhz then an SSD later will all add up I guess!
Thanks for the help!
Don't do it then. Better to save up for the next round of bargains.

Add an SSD now though, you won't regret that. Even if it's only a 128gb one for a boot drive and keep all your non-programs on your current HDD.
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Lenovo T420 Laptop - Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-2640M 2.7Ghz Processor - 4GB RAM - 320GB HDD- Windows 7 Professional Laptop - Refurbished @ Aria PC £266.28 Delivered or £257.94 Click/Collect (Manchester)

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My laptop got nicked yesterday so I impulse-bought this one in the afternoon to finish my uni dissertation. :( I don't know too much about laptops, but it had an i7 proccessor and was less than £3…
DEDCARBON Avatar1y, 9m agoFound 1 year, 9 months ago75 Comments
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Astec123
[quote=hu5sain] I had one of these for a while at work.
Personally apart from the spec the laptop itself is horrid. It is a lot heavier than everything else on the market, greater in size ( very thick ) and if you are concerned about looks then be warned that it has 90's laptop styling.
With that said the keyboard is the best I've come across for a laptop, though again it looks very old fashioned and the build quality is rugged.
So overall, I'd say if your not bothered about the way it looks, the size or the weight then it's a good laptop, otherwise steer clear as you will be disappointed.
The 90's looks, I know they first came out in 1992 but to be honest I think most fans of them consider it a timeless look (this link is worth a scroll through just the pictures). The design is also part of the solid build in that the lids usually deflect impacts and forces away from vulnerable parts like the screen.
The thing is with Thinkpads and ruggidised business laptops, that unlike consumer machines they are built to last at least 5 years, consumer machines are built to a price and to survive only as long as their warranty lasts anything more is considered a bonu has this got that little nipple thingy you can use as a mouse?[/url]
I have had my 760 ED Thinkpad since 1998 running W98 and is great for old legacy files swaps and apps that I still occasionally need to run - such as translating older CUBASE files from ATARI through W95 CUBASEs up to W2k (then on to Cubase 7 on another laptop) - it also still is able to boot to proper DOS so I can run LINUX tasks for solving all sorts of disk problems etc And transfer files from my old ATARI ST floppies to DOS 720 format into W98 and then out via USB to my W7 machines.
It links to WIFI and can take USB via PCMCIA. The ultrabay is a thing of beauty for 2 HDDS or CD ROM or 2nd Battery or FDD or any combo of either and all you do is lift the hinged keyboard like a car bonnet!
I do not see any benefit of ultra slim, non optical drive, no ports laptops when you have pads nowadays.
Oh and the Trackpoint is so much better than vague pads...

The world has moved on a fair bit since the dawn of computing ;).
A Surface Pro 3 will outperform most laptops, whilst also being only marginally heavier than an iPad...
In a world where Ethernet ports are rare, and WiFi ubiquitous, and where USB hubs are cheap, I personally see a lot of merit in things becoming much smaller and lighter.
With that said, if you are happy with a chunky Thinkpad, then that is all good. They are cracking bits of kit - but they are simply too heavy and cumbersome for many people like me.

Edited By: wenttoabetterplace on Mar 04, 2015 10:00
Astec123
[quote=hu5sain] I had one of these for a while at work.
Personally apart from the spec the laptop itself is horrid. It is a lot heavier than everything else on the market, greater in size ( very thick ) and if you are concerned about looks then be warned that it has 90's laptop styling.
With that said the keyboard is the best I've come across for a laptop, though again it looks very old fashioned and the build quality is rugged.
So overall, I'd say if your not bothered about the way it looks, the size or the weight then it's a good laptop, otherwise steer clear as you will be disappointed.
The 90's looks, I know they first came out in 1992 but to be honest I think most fans of them consider it a timeless look (this link is worth a scroll through just the pictures). The design is also part of the solid build in that the lids usually deflect impacts and forces away from vulnerable parts like the screen.
The thing is with Thinkpads and ruggidised business laptops, that unlike consumer machines they are built to last at least 5 years, consumer machines are built to a price and to survive only as long as their warranty lasts anything more is considered a bonus[quote=joetootell] has this got that little nipple thingy you can use as a mouse?[/url]

I have had my 760 ED Thinkpad since 1998 running W98 and is great for old legacy files swaps and apps that I still occasionally need to run - such as translating older CUBASE files from ATARI through W95 CUBASEs up to W2k (then on to Cubase 7 on another laptop) - it also still is able to boot to proper DOS so I can run LINUX tasks for solving all sorts of disk problems etc And transfer files from my old ATARI ST floppies to DOS 720 format into W98 and then out via USB to my W7 machines.

It links to WIFI and can take USB via PCMCIA. The ultrabay is a thing of beauty for 2 HDDS or CD ROM or 2nd Battery or FDD or any combo of either and all you do is lift the hinged keyboard like a car bonnet!

I do not see any benefit of ultra slim, non optical drive, no ports laptops when you have pads nowadays.

Oh and the Trackpoint is so much better than vague pads...
I got my Mum at T410 i5 4Gb 320Gb W7 64 pro 3 hour battery 90 days warranty for £169.99 inc del a couple weeks back. Is the 2nd T410 in a year for different family members and they are great laptops - fast and furious!
Astec123
A1RN
Astec123
A1RN
This is almost certainly the i7 - 2620M, not the 2640. States 2.7 clock speed on the Aria site, not 2.8.
Also people really should bandy about i7 etc. there are mobile Haswell i3s faster than this processor. "i7" literally means nothing.
I think there's only probably 1 i3 processor (the i3-3220) that's installed in a laptop faster than the i7 you believe this to be and that is a non mobile CPU.
Agreed that iX means nothing as Intel decided to make it near useless for even comparing models within the same model line. It had such promise when they started for the first 2 generations to make it easy for consumers to know what they were buying. Certainly easier than the AMD equivalent and older Intels.
No, there are plenty of i3s faster when you include desktop. I was talking about mobile 4110m. http://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp[]=872&cmp[]=2453.
Trouble with comparing it to that specific one is several fold
- The CPU has only been benchmarked twice on Passmark (says something of it's rarity in the wild)
- Passmark scores are only one benchmarking tool and I always would suggest anyone basing on benchmarks use several different tests to confirm performance across the board is up to scratch.
- That chip has only been shipped in the Cosmos line of laptops from PCSpecialist. Best price with that chip that I can find record of is ~£550.
The point I'm trying to make is that you have to pay about twice as much for roughly similar power.

lol only benchmarked twice. Really scrapping the barrel.

The 4100m is "roughly similar power" and can be found for £319/325 with better supplementary specs, and isn't a 4 year old refurb laptop. I posted it just above.

Why are arguing you over facts? You were already wrong about there only being one i3 more powerful. There are even haswell desktop pentiums more powerful than this mobile i7 for goodness sake.

Edited By: A1RN on Mar 03, 2015 20:23
A1RN
Astec123
A1RN
This is almost certainly the i7 - 2620M, not the 2640. States 2.7 clock speed on the Aria site, not 2.8.
Also people really should bandy about i7 etc. there are mobile Haswell i3s faster than this processor. "i7" literally means nothing.
I think there's only probably 1 i3 processor (the i3-3220) that's installed in a laptop faster than the i7 you believe this to be and that is a non mobile CPU.
Agreed that iX means nothing as Intel decided to make it near useless for even comparing models within the same model line. It had such promise when they started for the first 2 generations to make it easy for consumers to know what they were buying. Certainly easier than the AMD equivalent and older Intels.
No, there are plenty of i3s faster when you include desktop. I was talking about mobile 4110m. http://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare.php?cmp[]=872&cmp[]=2453.

Trouble with comparing it to that specific one is several fold
- The CPU has only been benchmarked twice on Passmark (says something of it's rarity in the wild)
- Passmark scores are only one benchmarking tool and I always would suggest anyone basing on benchmarks use several different tests to confirm performance across the board is up to scratch.
- That chip has only been shipped in the Cosmos line of laptops from PCSpecialist. Best price with that chip that I can find record of is ~£550.

The point I'm trying to make is that you have to pay about twice as much for roughly similar power.




Edited By: Astec123 on Mar 03, 2015 19:30
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Dell U2715H 27" monitor £405.28 inc. delivery @ Aria PC

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Web only Super Special price, 4 left in stock at £389.89 + £12.75 delivery. I've been shopping around for one of these for a while, far from a bargain but a decent price compared to other reputable…
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Quality monitor with Spec to boot! <3

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WD 1TB, WD10EZEX, SATA 6GB/s, 7200rpm, 64MB Cache, 8ms, HDD Recertified - Caviar Blue £34.45 @ AriaPc

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Form Factor : 3.5" x 1/3H Drive Transfer Rate : 600 MBps (external) Internal Data Rate : 150 MBps Spindle Speed : 7200 rpm Non-Recoverable Errors : 1 per 10^14 Performance and reliability for eve…
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Dice6
Site says it's discontinued. Got my hopes up there OP, I'm after a new HDD at a reasonable price! :(
Why would you be going for this drive then?. It's not new it's re-certified - so it's a second hand drive that may well have lost some of its capacity through low level formatting to mask bad sectors.
If a brand new version is available for about £7 more you'd be better off with that.

So it is! Must have skimmed over the 'recertified' bit... oops!
i got this exact drive new for £38.99 from Amazon only a few months ago. I would definately recommend spending a few extra pounds to get a brand new one if it will be your primary drive. However, good deal for a back up drive or to form part of a raid1 array.
Dice6
Site says it's discontinued. Got my hopes up there OP, I'm after a new HDD at a reasonable price! :(

Why would you be going for this drive then?. It's not new it's re-certified - so it's a second hand drive that may well have lost some of its capacity through low level formatting to mask bad sectors.

If a brand new version is available for about £7 more you'd be better off with that.
Site says it's discontinued. Got my hopes up there OP, I'm after a new HDD at a reasonable price! :(
There are plenty of these preparing to fail so they can be recertified, won't have to wait long oO.
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GLADIATOR Intel i7-4790 3.60GHz Quad-Core PC £490.00 @ Aria

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Specification: • CPU: 4th Generation Intel Core (Haswell) i7-4790 3.60GHz (4.00GHz Turbo) Quad-Core Processor w/ Hyper-Threading - 8MB Cache • Graphics: Intel HD 4600 GDDR3 DirectX 11 Graphics •
mobjob Avatar1y, 10m agoFound 1 year, 10 months ago40 Comments
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What a crap PSU
I don't think it is about gaming police. For the average user they won't need an i7.

This system does also have a solid state drive which will be good. Although solid state drives need managing. If you over write information on them too much sectors can go bad. Great having IT stuff if you know how to manage it.

I prefer nonecanhelp part picker system. Although I would of picked a 8GB memory instead of 2x4gb. Always buy with chance to upgrade later. I think my ideal build will set me back £600-650. More memory for me and a gold rated PSU maybe.
Spod
foes4you
I would not buy a PC without an OS - if it doesn't work they will blame the OS.
And here's another load of old cobblers:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Womqz559KOU/TEvksoek1HI/AAAAAAAAAoA/jOvep_69m3I/s1600/load+of+old+cobblers.jpg
They all look quite middle-aged and one is definitely young. Also 5 is not really enough to be a 'load'. You should repost with a more complementary picture to match your witty remark... :{
Feels goot
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foes4you
I would not buy a PC without an OS - if it doesn't work they will blame the OS.
And here's another load of old cobblers:http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_Womqz559KOU/TEvksoek1HI/AAAAAAAAAoA/jOvep_69m3I/s1600/load+of+old+cobblers.jpg
You have a lovely family
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1TB Mushkin Enhanced Reactor SSD £272.34 plus £8.34 P&P @ Aria £280.68

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Probably will have gone once you find this - but what a price. SATA 6Gb/s, Read: 560MB/s, Write: 460MB/s, IOPS 4K read/Write: 74k/76k, Cache: 1GB , NAND type: MLC, 3 Year Warranty
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It seems as if most people that post Aria deals are pathologically unable to add the compulsory postage! :)
Not sure how the compare against Crucial and Samsung.

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BX100 ssd .. aria 128gb £52.80 plus £8.34 P&P Cheapest it has ever been @ Aria £61.14

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THE VERY LATEST VALUE ORIENTED ssd FROM crUCIAL .. THE READ SPEEDS ARE FANTASTIC AND ON A PAR WITH THE VERY BEST from other mfrs. Write speeds are not quite so good, but windows boot drives have a 90/…
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lol value range !
karlypants
128GB is way too small for an O/S and software IMO.
Only if you're storing all your data on their as well, for an average user, 128GB is more than enough for Windows and software.
crucial themselves were selling 128 gig m5500 for £38 shipped recently
Ebuyer were quoting the write speed as 480Mb/s, which it is on the larger drives, but not on the 128Gb.
I have nothing against Ebuyer, and have used them ferquently. This drive has better IOPS than others in the value bracket.
I would agree that 240Gb+ (SSD's) are the sweet spot ATM.


Edited By: GwanGy on Jan 28, 2015 03:08
With the prices that they have been recently, I got a 256GB MX for £60.

I would personally wait till they came back down in price as 128GB is way too small for an O/S and software IMO.
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BenQ GL955A Widescreen LED VGA Monitor £59.99 @ Aria

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Whether you’re catching up on the latest show on the Internet or viewing documents, the BenQ GL955A LED monitor is the perfect choice for you! Featuring a dynamic contrast ratio of 12M:1, response tim…
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NorthLondonN1
Pay 30-40 more and get a full hd 20"+ screen.

That's a lot more to pay considering the price of this screen.

24" - ~£100

Yeah..no.. £30-40 more is worth the cost..especially when factoring in better pixel resolution, usually better response time (2ms)
xela333
EcumenicalMatter
That resolution... Awful.

That's normal for this screen size and is fine for a second screen.
Agreed. Nothing wrong with it and perfectly adequate.
NorthLondonN1
Pay 30-40 more and get a full hd 20"+ screen.


That's a lot more to pay considering the price of this screen.
EcumenicalMatter
That resolution... Awful.


That's normal for this screen size and is fine for a second screen.
That resolution... Awful.
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HP 8000 Elite Core 2 Duo Windows 7 Professional Refurb SFF PC - £119.99 @ Aria

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• Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3.00GHz Dual-Core Processor • 4GB DDR3 Memory / 250GB Hard Drive • Windows 7 Professional 64-Bit Operating System • Restore Partition* *A restore partition is created an…
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Also most of the ones linked aren't 64-bit which is a bit thing, so a no go for me.



The aria one probably isn't 64bit either.
Predikuesi
aidanw
Are you sure that the ones on ebay are grade A? I bought refurbs before off ebay and some of them didnt even work! I would stick to Aria for the extra tenner - heat added!

Not to mention the warranty.


Also most of the ones linked aren't 64-bit which is a bit thing, so a no go for me.
aidanw
Are you sure that the ones on ebay are grade A? I bought refurbs before off ebay and some of them didnt even work! I would stick to Aria for the extra tenner - heat added!

Not to mention the warranty.
Are you sure that the ones on ebay are grade A? I bought refurbs before off ebay and some of them didnt even work! I would stick to Aria for the extra tenner - heat added!
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WD Red 4TB @ aria.Co.uk £119.94 - 4 Available ( £128.28 Including delivery with delivery)

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The original color of NAS, our formula of success has led to the growth of WD Red into higher capacities and expansion into new 2.5-inch solutions. We now offer a broader, more comprehensive portfolio…
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Didnt realise delivery wasnt free. Never mind

You can get free delivery if you're an active Aria forum member but as this involves more hoops than i am prepared to jump through i just stick with Scan or Amazon - free delivery on either one (i have free next day del with Scan - given when i went to their stand at the Gadget Show live some years back)
Didnt realise delivery wasnt free. Never mind
I bought one of these from Aria a couple of weeks ago. It arrived in a polythene bag with very poor protective packaging that was insufficient to protect the drive during its postal journey (the sides of the drive were totally unprotected from any drops or knocks that it would unavoidably get when being posted).

Suffice to say that the drive was damaged when it arrived and I ended up having to send it back for a refund (which takes 28days).

I will not be using Aria again no matter how cheap they are.

Bought one from Scan which was very well packaged.


Edited By: BorisBlank on Dec 14, 2014 11:10
After delivery it's only about 40p less than buying from Amazon.
So good deal but not great unfortunately.
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Intel Core i7-4790K 4.00GHz (Devil's Canyon) Socket LGA1150 Processor - £249.48 Delivered @ Aria PC

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Just received the specials email from Aria PC. They have the Intel Core i7-4790K for £238.74 which is over £12 cheaper than Amazon! Cracking deal!! Want to tune every aspect of your system for the…
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Just buy a Pentium g3258 and live with it until Broadwell. Don't believe the myth that 8 threads are actually utilized, in gaming at least
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Sorry OP, Aria at one point on black friday were selling the 4790k as low as 225 with delivery (though only once during the day IIRC), and the rest of the day i think it was at about 240 or so.

Almost everyone seems to have raised their prices on the 4790k since then but it still doesn't look a good deal even if it is the cheapest at the time being. With Broadwell coming out in the spring

daft comment, ill get my time machine out then!

Lol, I should have said: INB4 someone says; TAAIM MACHEEN!

I'm (apologetically) explaining to the OP why he's getting cold votes, because it's frustrating when you post the current cheapest dead for a product and don't know why he's getting cold votes.

Still, if it makes you feel clever, keep shouting TAIM MACHEEN! :)
Im sure Broadwell K has been pushed back to Q3. Which is why I just bought a 4690k, not worth the wait for 3% increase, and no guarantee it will be a good overclock cpu being 14nm, might be really bad due to the heat in a smaller area.

So this cpu is a good buy if you need the extra threads, will last for many years.

Edited By: SaturnSymbolism2012 on Dec 09, 2014 14:56
thetwistedblue
Sorry OP, Aria at one point on black friday were selling the 4790k as low as 225 with delivery (though only once during the day IIRC), and the rest of the day i think it was at about 240 or so.

Almost everyone seems to have raised their prices on the 4790k since then but it still doesn't look a good deal even if it is the cheapest at the time being. With Broadwell coming out in the spring

daft comment, ill get my time machine out then!
Sorry OP, Aria at one point on black friday were selling the 4790k as low as 225 with delivery (though only once during the day IIRC), and the rest of the day i think it was at about 240 or so.

Almost everyone seems to have raised their prices on the 4790k since then but it still doesn't look a good deal even if it is the cheapest at the time being. With Broadwell coming out in the spring
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Hitachi 500GB Touro Mobile Portable 2.5" External Hard Drive - USB 3.0 £32.00 (+ £7 delivery) @ Aria

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Features Portable storage for all your digital files Smooth, textured body for solid good looks Preformatted for PCs, easily reformatted for Macs Fast USB 3.0 Interface, USB 2.0 compatible USB po…
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For that price you can almost get a 1TB drive. Got my Samsung 1TB one off flubit £39 a while back.
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500GB Samsung 840 EVO Series 2.5" SATA 6GB/s (SATA-III) Solid State Drive SSD - £161.88 Delivered @ Aria PC

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Looking for bits for my latest build and needed an SSD. Just seen this on Aria PC. 500GB Samsung 840 EVO for £152.34! Cracking deal and cheapest I have ever seen this for. The Samsung SSD840 EV…
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For real? Awesome! I feel good about that now
robodan918
still doesn't beat the Intel 730 480GB for £140 shipped (110 after rebate) from Black Friday

Will never get repeated ever again, Intel subsidised the actual deal.
still doesn't beat the Intel 730 480GB for £140 shipped (110 after rebate) from Black Friday
prash05
Same price as Amazon and it's been that price for months now

No these were like 163 on Amazon just yesterday, seems they have dropped them overnight!

Anyway Amazon don't have any stock, have some heat!
Same price as Amazon and it's been that price for months now
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4TB Western Digital Red WD40EFRX 3.5" SATA III Hard Drive INCLUDING 3 YEAR WARRANTY £128.28 delivered @ Aria

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£119.94 exc shipping. £128.28 inc DPD courier shipping and still the cheapest price I can find for this item at present. The original color of NAS, our formula of success has led to the growth of W…
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Intel Core i5 4690K CPU - £155.94 inc VAT @ Aria PC

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Apparently only 3 are available but this is the best price I've seen this available at. It's a web only deal and definitely a very good one, especially if you manage to combine it with a motherboard.
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Wait for them to refresh I did it with the 4790k!!
OOS!!

Good find OP
It's gone :( but it was a great deal while it lasted
This is going to go fast, already only 2 left.

http://i.imgur.com/egM6GTL.jpg

Edited By: MattWasHere on Nov 28, 2014 12:52