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Thrustmaster Hotas 4 - PS4 / PC £55.99 @ Box.co.uk

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£55.99 @ Box.co.uk
I had listed this deal previous but expired as price went up. Well it's back at 55.99. I can confirm it works out if the box with elite dangerous on PS4. Excellent fight stick, really makes a diffe… Read More
I had listed this deal previous but expired as price went up. Well it's back at 55.99. I can confirm it works out if the box with elite dangerous on PS4. Excellent fight stick, really makes a diffe…
crazygoldfish Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago39 Comments
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blugardian
When PS4 gets a flying game i'll get this, nothing since PS3's Hawx 1 + 2 ( ace combat doesn't count ). Until then it's a PC only gadget!
War thunder
When PS4 gets a flying game i'll get this, nothing since PS3's Hawx 1 + 2 ( ace combat doesn't count ). Until then it's a PC only gadget!
If this is the same as the older version that wprks fine on pc at 20 quid less, can someone suggest where i can buy it?
smckirdy
crazygoldfish
smckirdy
If you want a good HOTAS Thrustmaster do much better products, the new t16000m is probably the best performance/cost compromise there is right now in flight controls.
Hotas 4 is for the PS4 and pc . The t16000 only works on pc
Yes am aware of that, but that still leaves some advice for anyone looking for PC.

yip, just clarifying for the ps4 owners, before they rush out and buy a 16000.
crazygoldfish
smckirdy
If you want a good HOTAS Thrustmaster do much better products, the new t16000m is probably the best performance/cost compromise there is right now in flight controls.
Hotas 4 is for the PS4 and pc . The t16000 only works on pc
Yes am aware of that, but that still leaves some advice for anyone looking for PC.
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Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L RGB Mechanical Keyboard (Free Sirus C Gaming Headset) £109.99 @ Box

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The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99. Read More
The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99.
King.Mustard Avatar3w agoFound 3 weeks ago4 Comments
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What is the problem with Box? Thought it looked like a good deal...
gr8h8me
Mr Mustard...gpood for posting but box will get you cold in case you wondered
I was wondering why they were being down-voted so much.
gr8h8me
Mr Mustard...gpood for posting but box will get you cold in case you wondered
What's wrong with box? (I bought the 4tb hdd recently, packaging is dodgy but worked OK luckily)
Mr Mustard...gpood for posting but box will get you cold in case you wondered
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Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro L White LED Mechanical Keyboard (Free Sirus C Gaming Headset) £74.99 @ Box

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The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99. Read More
The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99.
King.Mustard Avatar3w agoFound 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Cooler Master Masterkeys Pro M White LED Mechanical Keyboard (Free Sirus C Gaming Headset) £73.99 @ Box

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The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99. Read More
The Sirus C Gaming Headset is worth £79.99.
King.Mustard Avatar3w, 1m agoFound 3 weeks, 1 minute agoAdd Comment
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Microsoft Wireless Display Adapter V2 £39.99 inc p&p @ box

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Probably not for you if you are after a chromecast/ firestick/ etc. but great if you need an HDMI link without wires. This is the V2 which is a bit smaller than the original Read More
Probably not for you if you are after a chromecast/ firestick/ etc. but great if you need an HDMI link without wires. This is the V2 which is a bit smaller than the original
ant.eg Avatar3w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago13 Comments
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rommy
Argos on ebay got the brand new one for £24.99http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Microsoft-Wireless-Display-1080p-Adaptor-From-the-Official-Argos-Shop-on-ebay-/351883355405?epid=0&hash=item51ede1e50d:g :o aUAAOSwjqVZMoSnI paid £32.99 last month :(

I can't tell, but isn't this the v1 model?
pnaylor39
Good bit of kit. I have V1. use it to connect surface to my TV

What do you use yours for? I have the V1 and found it awful for anything other than maybe showing a presentation or static webpage. Videos were a no go for sure.
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robodan918
These used to be 35 a few months agoI had a 5 off Amazon Prime now code and got it for 30It's decent - but I rarely use it for anything besides work. Having a second screen (90" projected image) makes excel a lot easierHowever, for anything to do with sound or video this is horrendous. Video is choppy and sound is off set from video. Too much lag to use as anything but a second screen in a pinch, or for photo/PowerPoint presentations
Good info, thx. Desperate for a wireless hdmi from Sky to TV. Sounds like this isn't it!

I have used these http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SLX-27997R-Compact-Wireless-AV-Video-Sender-TV-DVD-VCR-Satellite-2-4ghz/332283387764 for years - I got 2 and use one transmitter from Sky box and a receiver in bedroom and another receiver in kitchen. Sky remote works from any location. They are scart not HDMI but the quality and reliability is very good.
Seems a cool concept
I use this on my Tab A and my Galaxy S7 to play movies on the tv, picture can be a little bit stuttery but I find simply pausing the film and then resuming it sorts it out. It's also handy for taking away on holiday so we have stuff to play onto the tv without the need for Wi-Fi
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SteelSeries Siberia 350 Gaming Headset £39.99 + Del - £42.94 @ Box.co.uk (Free del over £50)

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Nice headset and a good price, possibly the lowest I've seen delivered, these are for PC, Mac and PS4 -From what I can tell it wont work at all with the Xbox One, although I'm sure if one of you lot k… Read More
Nice headset and a good price, possibly the lowest I've seen delivered, these are for PC, Mac and PS4 -From what I can tell it wont work at all with the Xbox One, although I'm sure if one of you lot k…
NeoTrix Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago4 Comments
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Picked up my V3 Prism's on launch and always found them mega comfortable, especially over the Polk's i use with my Xbox. A steal at this price
G0OSE
I got the Siberia V3 Prism's from Game - £29.99 again at the moment, and much more elsewhere £60+. (I don't know whether these are any better or worse than the op ones they look identical) LINK
They sound great but from my experience not made very well. I had mine 6 days, when getting up I caught them with my leg and they fell off my desk, 70 cm from the floor and carpeted - they broke, or at least the right hand speaker did. They should be able to withstand that. When I looked online I saw a worrying amount of complaints across the range.
I got another set which came today, I hope they last longer.
Only complaint (and it's widespread) about the Prism is that it's so quiet. Especially the mic. It's just the USB soundcard though.
Mine have been knocked about a fair bit and are still going strong.
I got the Siberia V3 Prism's from Game - £29.99 again at the moment, and much more elsewhere £60+. (I don't know whether these are any better or worse than the op ones they look identical) LINK
They sound great but from my experience not made very well. I had mine 6 days, when getting up I caught them with my leg and they fell off my desk, 70 cm from the floor and carpeted - they broke, or at least the right hand speaker did. They should be able to withstand that. When I looked online I saw a worrying amount of complaints across the range.
I got another set which came today, I hope they last longer.



Edited By: G0OSE on Jun 28, 2017 18:55
I've been using the Siberia line for years now and have to say, they are a great quality headset and the ones I've had have been longer lasting than other brands I've used.

The only negative I can point out is that the microphones are usually of lower quality, and not great at picking up sound. You may be forced to use the microphone boosting options in Windows, which will lower the mic quality more, and add a bit of background noise. I bought a desktop mic instead of using the one on the headset.
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Seagate IronWolf 4TB NAS hard drive £109.99 delivered @ box.co.uk

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I've never used box.co.uk before but this seems a good price for a 4TB NAS hard drive. IronWolf drives come with a 3 year warranty and work well with Synology diskstations. Read More
I've never used box.co.uk before but this seems a good price for a 4TB NAS hard drive. IronWolf drives come with a 3 year warranty and work well with Synology diskstations.
GrahamStoneman Avatar1m, 5d agoFound 1 month, 5 days ago32 Comments
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I brought a different hard drive from box.co.uk. Drive arrived in a cardboard box in a DPD bag. No padding what so ever. Beware.
Just a quick update for anybody still considering this... My drive arrived yesterday, first impressions are good. It's extremely quiet. I can't even hear the difference between it spinning and not spinning, and there's no noise when data is being read or written. The PC uses about 4W more power idling and 6W when the disk is in use.

However the packaging by box.co.uk wasn't great. It was wrapped in an air filled hard drive pouch inside a plastic bag, but half of the air pockets had burst so part of the drive had no protection at all. SeaTools reports no errors so I'm fairly confident with it, but if I were to buy another one I wouldn't choose this company! And they used Hermes, who (in my area at least) are known to throw stuff around.
feves92
yeah definitely don't use this in a desktop they are not meant to be powered down regularly they are designed to Stay on for long periods

I don't know where you are getting your information, drives "intended" for desktop use are the lowest quality (Actually it's probably external drives) and will not be as robust as a NAS drive, intended for multi access and more read/write cycles. The fact that they are able to be run 24/7 is a positive, not a negative. I don't know why you would think they are meant to stay on for long periods anyway, it's not like they have to get up to temperature or spin at a constant speed, they will be accessed whenever they are requested, the same way if they were in a NAS.

But I would really only use them as data storage rather than running an OS from one.
EMM386
Hitachi are normally very well regarded
the Death Star name was when they were made by IBM (i.e a very long time ago)

Wasn't the deathstar drive about 15 years ago?
That's a blast from the past. Many people on this site were not even born at that time!
Don't buy Seagate unless you're going to store data you don't mind losing. Absolute garbage quality drives. Do yourself a favour and buy WD or HGST instead.
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ZyXEL1200Mbps Powerline Network Adapter with Gigabit Ethernet Twin Pack - box.co.uk - £32.94 delivered

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These adapters run on the HomePlug AV2 standard so will work with other brands that meet the same standard (Netgear, D-Link, TPLink etc). Slightly cheaper than the previous deal on a pair of Netgear 1… Read More
These adapters run on the HomePlug AV2 standard so will work with other brands that meet the same standard (Netgear, D-Link, TPLink etc). Slightly cheaper than the previous deal on a pair of Netgear 1…
IndianJohns Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago3 Comments
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hsmith
Am i the only one who sees an issue with the "1200Mbps" advertisement?The port on these Powerline Adapers are 100mb Ethernet ports. So already you have a bottleneck.I wouldnt waste my time on these devices.

They have gigabit ethernet ports on, so you'll get 1000Mbps from adapter to device if your other hardware supports it and you're using decent cat 5e or cat 6 cable. The 1200Mbps between the adapters over the powerlines will also show some benefit even if you are only using 100Mpbs connections on the ends of the adapters.
Am i the only one who sees an issue with the "1200Mbps" advertisement?

The port on these Powerline Adapers are 100mb Ethernet ports. So already you have a bottleneck.

I wouldnt waste my time on these devices.
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Firecuda 2TB SSHD 2.5" Hard Drive £79.99 @ box.co.uk

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Ideal for upgrading your PS4 hard drive, never seen it cheaper than this anywhere, even camelcamelcamel shows 79.99 as it's lowest ever on Amazon. Comes with a 5 year warranty too! Read More
Ideal for upgrading your PS4 hard drive, never seen it cheaper than this anywhere, even camelcamelcamel shows 79.99 as it's lowest ever on Amazon. Comes with a 5 year warranty too!
Spies Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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PS4 as the subject is PS4 related? and for all the haters....this item is banana's!!! I will see you in my tank - 30 seconds quicker!!!!
Ulti
Seems I'm a bit too late to the party. It has now gone up by a fiver after I decided I wanted to go for it. Not sure if I should just buy it at Amazon now for the same price as it currently is at box (£85) or wait and see if it goes back down to £80 on box.
What sold me on this was this thread: https://superuser.com/questions/890160/using-a-hybrid-hard-drive-for-storage-only-not-as-a-system-drive-does-the-cache
I'm not much of a gamer but I have started to dabble with video editing in 4k. The size of 4k files are pretty big so having them on my SSD is not really an option. As this drive isn't much more than a standard 2TB I would rather get this for the possible improvements in speed that it might provide me as it does take me several days of editing for 1 video so that means reopening the same files several times for a few days.
One thing I want to know is how loud these drives are. I used to have HDDs back in the day but after having less time at home and having a higher income, I bought a 1TB SSD for my machine as I decided I don't download/store as many things now and preferred the silence of a SSD. Things have now changed though as I have mentioned; I have been doing some 4k video editing with a bitrate of 100Mbps which is roughly 45GB per hour so my SSD will fill up way too quickly.

Your only see speed improvements if the files are 8GB or less in size, like I said above it only has 8GB of NAND
back up in price now.
Just the usual slight whoosh sound of a hard drive. Not particularly clicky when seeking either.
Seems I'm a bit too late to the party. It has now gone up by a fiver after I decided I wanted to go for it. Not sure if I should just buy it at Amazon now for the same price as it currently is at box (£85) or wait and see if it goes back down to £80 on box.

What sold me on this was this thread: https://superuser.com/questions/890160/using-a-hybrid-hard-drive-for-storage-only-not-as-a-system-drive-does-the-cache

I'm not much of a gamer but I have started to dabble with video editing in 4k. The size of 4k files are pretty big so having them on my SSD is not really an option. As this drive isn't much more than a standard 2TB I would rather get this for the possible improvements in speed that it might provide me as it does take me several days of editing for 1 video so that means reopening the same files several times for a few days.

One thing I want to know is how loud these drives are. I used to have HDDs back in the day but after having less time at home and having a higher income, I bought a 1TB SSD for my machine as I decided I don't download/store as many things now and preferred the silence of a SSD. Things have now changed though as I have mentioned; I have been doing some 4k video editing with a bitrate of 100Mbps which is roughly 45GB per hour so my SSD will fill up way too quickly.

Edited By: Ulti on Jun 08, 2017 09:43
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Acer 24" G247HYU (1440P, IPS) £169.99 at box.co.uk

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Looks like a decent price for WQHD and IPS. No VESA mount though. DP, DVI and HDMI. Read More
Looks like a decent price for WQHD and IPS. No VESA mount though. DP, DVI and HDMI.
Spooned Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago4 Comments
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Spooned
Haha brilliant, post first deal and it lasts 5 minutes!
Thanks for the heads up derp, I'll expire.

All good.
Probably means a few people snapped up the last ones so it was a good post :)

BTW to expire it you press edit then change the end date to any day in the past. Otherwise you have to wait for a bunch of people to click expire


Edited By: derp1664 on Jun 01, 2017 20:08
Haha brilliant, post first deal and it lasts 5 minutes!

Thanks for the heads up derp, I'll expire.
The_Pope
Suspiciously miles cheaper than everywhere else. Should be more like £250 +
Good find, if genuine. Lack of height adjustment or VESA mount means it's a no from me, but have some heat

Nahh the 27" version is around £250. This is a good price but not crazy

Also it's OOS 'Currently not available'


Edited By: derp1664 on Jun 01, 2017 19:35
Suspiciously miles cheaper than everywhere else. Should be more like £250 +

Good find, if genuine. Lack of height adjustment or VESA mount means it's a no from me, but have some heat
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Ricoh SP213w Wireless Laser Printer £29.99 + £2.95 delivery @ box.co.uk £32.94

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Needed a printer for work this week that was laser based for printing on laser PCB masks (yeah pretty specialist) - so had to look for a deal as not too many cheap laser deals on at the mo. I know so… Read More
Needed a printer for work this week that was laser based for printing on laser PCB masks (yeah pretty specialist) - so had to look for a deal as not too many cheap laser deals on at the mo. I know so…
rendeverance Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago55 Comments
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Price coming up as 39.99
anyone used a toner refill kit with this model ? if so was it straightforward ?
I bought one of these a year ago and they are very good.

Mine was from Amazon and was only £27.99 a year ago with free delivery.

Edited By: ZACHSP8 on May 08, 2017 22:21
Ricoh-SPC240DN for £35.56 from Flubit - and I am still using the starter toner. The similar SPC250 has featured in deals a few times since.


scroterot
a904lea
Laser printers use powder toner, not liquid ink, so drying ink isn't a problem. I switched from inkjet to a colour Ricoh laser for occasional use, and it prints first time every time, even after not being used for weeks or even months on end.
dark_shadow
I don't print much, does the ink dry up on these? Really sick of my Epson R200, moans every print that one of the cartridges has ran out when it was full oO
Out of curiosity: what model, price and where from? Thanks
Great printer, heat added.

Purchased this when posted before.
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ZyXEL PLA5456 AV2000 HomePlug AV2 Powerline 2-port Gigabit Pass-Thru Ethernet Adapter Twin Pack PLA5456-GB0201F £59.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Much cheaper than similar spec TPlink AV2000 adapters. Free delivery. Read More
Much cheaper than similar spec TPlink AV2000 adapters. Free delivery.
sam_of_london Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Not sure either.
£10 cheaper than Box is selling them on Amazon.
Heat from me.
not sure why this is cold as it seems a great deal. I bought them from the same place, same price the other day. just waiting on them to turn up. they seem to perform as fast as the over 2000mbs plugs but are a lot cheaper. I had that same brand for my 500mbs plugs and they worked fine
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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition Video Card + Free Game £679.99 @ Box

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Released: 10/03/2017 RRP: £729.99 Choose one game from a choice of 'For Honor' and 'Ghost Recon: Wildlands'. Overview Core Clock & Memory & Output 1582 MHz / 1480 MHz (Boost / Base)… Read More
Released: 10/03/2017 RRP: £729.99 Choose one game from a choice of 'For Honor' and 'Ghost Recon: Wildlands'. Overview Core Clock & Memory & Output 1582 MHz / 1480 MHz (Boost / Base)…
Britstar Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks agoAdd Comment
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Seagate FireCuda 2TB SATA III 2.5" Hybrid Hard Drive - £89.99 @ Box.co.uk

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2TB Capacity 5400RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 2.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty ST2000LX001 Highly rated for PS4 / PS4 Pro use (Ordered one for my PS4 Pro) Best price I cou… Read More
2TB Capacity 5400RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 2.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty ST2000LX001 Highly rated for PS4 / PS4 Pro use (Ordered one for my PS4 Pro) Best price I cou…
burgyuk Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago10 Comments
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Great drive, price gone back up now at Box, but still on Amazon for £88.82 . I have an older 1TB hybrid on an i7 running VMWARE with various VMs. Caching in the 8GB NAND is useful of much faster reboots. Seagate offers 5 years warranty on this so I would say this £89 is a cheap price with NAND cache (worth £10-£15) plus 5 years warranty (worth £10).
Mine arrived today, now installed in my ps4 pro, re - downloaded all my games, and starting with new game saves, looking forward to monitoring speeds over the coming weeks :)
They are great in ps4 and speed it noticeably different
I've read if the same game is loaded around 5+ times, the load speed increase is enormous
Digital Foundry tests show this to be an excellent upgrade for a PS4 / Pro if you play the same game a number of times it will give speeds comparable to an SSD drive!
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MSI GeForce® GTX 1070 ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £333.49 after £25 cashback from MSI at box.co.uk

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Seems like a great price for a brilliant GPU. Free delivery on orders over £50. Cashback claim info https://www.box.co.uk/msicashback Read More
Seems like a great price for a brilliant GPU. Free delivery on orders over £50. Cashback claim info https://www.box.co.uk/msicashback
dark_knight30 Avatar3m, 2d agoFound 3 months, 2 days ago3 Comments
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The price you pay is £358.49 then have to claim for cashback. No thanks.
derp1664
Be warned MSI cashback was a complete farce last time (RX480 black Friday). They paid eventually but many months late.
Only 25 quid but still. Just a heads up

Not sure if its the same but I bought a MSI motherboard and they where very quick with the cashback :)
Be warned MSI cashback was a complete farce last time (RX480 black Friday). They paid eventually but many months late.
Only 25 quid but still. Just a heads up
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ZyXEL PLA5405 1200 Mbps Powerline Gigabit Ethernet Network Adapter Twin Pack PLA5405-GB0201F £34.94 delivered @ BOX

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HomePlug AV2 standard Line-Natural/Line-Ground MIMO** technology Perfect for connecting smart TVs and playing online games QoS enhances media streaming quality Single push-and-secure button for ea… Read More
HomePlug AV2 standard Line-Natural/Line-Ground MIMO** technology Perfect for connecting smart TVs and playing online games QoS enhances media streaming quality Single push-and-secure button for ea…
Coalface Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago14 Comments
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Avoid Zyxel... have had three out of four Zyxel adapters fail on me just out of warranty and didn't replace. Tech support told me to use surge protectors, even though instructions clearly state you shouldn't to get proper performance. Since moved over to Tp-link and never looked back.
Agree the ZyXels support is good they replaced one of mine that failed without any problems. That said found the 500mbps range ones to be poor. Slow sync speeds even when plugged into the same double socket and even worse across the house. Was expecting much better considering the house/wiring is brand new
From what I've heard of ZyXel their connection tends to be more stable than tp link. Will have to do more research.
Heat added. Waiting for dual ethernet ports and pass through to drop a bit more personally but might be waiting a while
Coalface
kruger1
NIckJH
sotomonkey
Wouldn't touch Zyxel with a barge pole. Worst customer service and technical support I've come across.
Completely disagree. I had 2 200Mbps powerline adaptors. One failed after a few months and was replaced immediately. They did not even want to see the failed one. Later the second one failed while still under warranty and, again, was replaced immediately.
However, you both saying that quality is rubbish
So, which is the most reliable make of powerline adapters?
TP Link seems to get slated on all deals for dropouts, never used Devolo or Netgear.

I use some older TP-Link ones myself between 200 & 500mpbs and they work great - had them a few years now. Only once in a blue moon do I need to unplug them for a few seconds due to an issue.
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Asus AMD DUAL-RX 480-O8G 8gb Graphics Card at Box.co.uk for £185.99

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I know there were a few deals around this price a few weeks back, but prices seem to have shot up again. £220 on Amazon. Free p&p - ordered mine Thursday morning and it arrived today (weirdly). Read More
I know there were a few deals around this price a few weeks back, but prices seem to have shot up again. £220 on Amazon. Free p&p - ordered mine Thursday morning and it arrived today (weirdly).
livid_chimp Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago19 Comments
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neik
I bought one of these from a another deal. It would regularly lock up under load. Asus did not reply. The vendor told me there was a batch fault with many of these cards and gave me a refund.
I had the same issue - went into Wattman and increased power by 25%. Worked flawlessly with the latest drivers since. Worried me at first but very happy now!
Interesting. How did you know to do this?

From a post on another RX480 deal by a fellow HUKDer. Reading up there's a lot on the web about the card not getting sufficient power in order to comply with the manufacturer's rated power draw - this seems to have fixed it. Had a few hours on GTAV, Shadow of Mordor etc with no probs, temps stay below 80c.

Edited By: livid_chimp on Apr 27, 2017 13:05
livid_chimp
neik
I bought one of these from a another deal. It would regularly lock up under load. Asus did not reply. The vendor told me there was a batch fault with many of these cards and gave me a refund.

I had the same issue - went into Wattman and increased power by 25%. Worked flawlessly with the latest drivers since. Worried me at first but very happy now!


Interesting. How did you know to do this?
neik
I bought one of these from a another deal. It would regularly lock up under load. Asus did not reply. The vendor told me there was a batch fault with many of these cards and gave me a refund.

I had the same issue - went into Wattman and increased power by 25%. Worked flawlessly with the latest drivers since. Worried me at first but very happy now!
I bought one of these from a another deal. It would regularly lock up under load. Asus did not reply. The vendor told me there was a batch fault with many of these cards and gave me a refund.
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Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro S RGB TKL Mechanical Keyboard (MX Brown Switches) @ box.co.uk £88.99 & FREE DELIVERY

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Seems like a good deal for one of their latest keyboards, it's currently over £100 everywhere else. Check out the review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irgWR41CWXI Read More
Seems like a good deal for one of their latest keyboards, it's currently over £100 everywhere else. Check out the review here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=irgWR41CWXI
gotadeal Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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Just ordered one. Great price, really!
This is still this price. Anyone get it and can share their experience? I got a Logitech g810 a couple of days ago in the Amazon warehouse deals for £70 which is really nice and I like the volume rocker and dedicated media keys but I'm tempted to return it and go for this instead.

There seems to be a lot of tribalism when it comes to mechanical boards and while you can't get custom keycaps for the logitech Romer-G switches they do seem really nice for what they are despite not being cherry hivemind based.
JustExtreme
alanbeenthere
JustExtreme
Shame about the enter button
Why what's up with it?
(the picture is us spec not uk)
My bad

Easily done. No worries. Happy friday!
alanbeenthere
JustExtreme
Shame about the enter button
Why what's up with it?
(the picture is us spec not uk)
My bad
montblanc
I'm assuming that it's not 1 LED per key for colour coding shortcuts, and that you can only make a rainbow or light it with 1 colour?
You can customise each key's LED colour individually, which I like to do for the escape, modifiers and WASD keys. You can also choose a number of other customisations such as the lighting effects, if you're into that sort of thing. There's software available for Windows which makes the job easier, or you can do it straight from the keyboard like so: https://youtu.be/EVHoc3L2zOo
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Aerocool Strike-X GT Devil Red Edition Midi Tower Case £29.99 @ Box.co.uk

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£29.99 @ Box.co.uk
Just A mid tower case with two remaining in stock grab it while you can Read More
Just A mid tower case with two remaining in stock grab it while you can
Loxust Avatar4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago6 Comments
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I've built using this case, not by choice. It's utter junk at any price.
I'd have one if I could mount a radiator at top.
i can't decide if i like it or not
Looks like the x factor logo ffs
X FACTOR CASE
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Acer 23.8" G247HYU QHD ZeroFrame Widescreen LCD Monitor £169.99 @ Box

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good price for a 1440p ips panel monitor and seems to have favourable reviews Key Features: 24 inch WQHD In-Plane Switching display with wide Viewing Angle technology Zero Frame design Read More
good price for a 1440p ips panel monitor and seems to have favourable reviews Key Features: 24 inch WQHD In-Plane Switching display with wide Viewing Angle technology Zero Frame design
uberjuba Avatar4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago30 Comments
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Anyone has any ideia if this screen would be a good option for photo editing?
It does have 100% rgb, but I wonder how well calibrated it is...
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How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?
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hooligan001
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[quote=hooligan001] [quote=bargains4us]How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?
I would like to know that too. looking at amazon for £299 at the moment. Would be interested if you can find below that price.
I bought it used but in excellent condition from eBay for £200
Bought it off amazon. will find out soon if its worth that amount

You will definitely like it, plus its huge!
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hooligan001
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hooligan001
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How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?
vsh1
hooligan001
bargains4us
[quote=hooligan001] [quote=bargains4us]How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?
I would like to know that too. looking at amazon for £299 at the moment. Would be interested if you can find below that price.
I bought it used but in excellent condition from eBay for £200


Bought it off amazon. will find out soon if its worth that amount
hooligan001
bargains4us
hooligan001
bargains4us
How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?

vsh1
hooligan001
bargains4us
[quote=hooligan001] [quote=bargains4us]How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?
I would like to know that too. looking at amazon for £299 at the moment. Would be interested if you can find below that price.

I bought it used but in excellent condition from eBay for £200
hooligan001
bargains4us
hooligan001
[quote=bargains4us]How is this monitor compared to the Dell U2515h? Is anyone using it with a macbook pro?
Thanks in advance[/quote
I'm looking at the U2515H and would be interested to know this as well
I ended up buying the U2515H.. excellent monitor
Where did you buy it from? Any good offers at the moment?

I would like to know that too. looking at amazon for £299 at the moment. Would be interested if you can find below that price.
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