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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 Avatar2w, 23h agoFound 2 weeks, 23 hours 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 Avatar3w, 21h agoFound 3 weeks, 21 hours 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 Avatar3w, 3d agoFound 3 weeks, 3 days 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 Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days 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 Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 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 Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 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 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago19 Comments
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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 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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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
boxcouk
Hi - I can confirm this is the UK layout.

Thanks for taking the time to clarify...
JustExtreme just needed to click the link.

:)
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Aerocool Strike-X GT Devil Red Edition Midi Tower Case £29.99 @ Box.co.uk

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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 Avatar2m, 5d agoFound 2 months, 5 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 Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 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...
Regards
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hooligan001
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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
Bought it off amazon. will find out soon if its worth that amount

You will definitely like it, plus its huge!
bargains4us
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


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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Zyxel GS1910 24 Port Gigabit Managed Switch - £49.99 @ Box

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BRAND NEW ZYXEL 1910 24 Port Gigabit Switch Supports Link Aggregation LACP Supports VLANS 18W Power requirement BARGAIN UNDER £50 Smart Managed Switch Embracing Greater Bandwidth and Future-… Read More
BRAND NEW ZYXEL 1910 24 Port Gigabit Switch Supports Link Aggregation LACP Supports VLANS 18W Power requirement BARGAIN UNDER £50 Smart Managed Switch Embracing Greater Bandwidth and Future-…
ravagilli Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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When I bought mine a couple of weeks ago, they only had about 15 of them. I imagine this post may have cleared the rest out quickly. £49.99 certainly seemed like a clearance price.
Dammit, excellent price for the spec.
Nice price...if only it was available!

Best bit is people continue to vote hot even though it's not available to buy. This was at 94 degrees when I initially posted!.

Edited By: DAZZ2000 on Mar 11, 2017 19:28: Numpty watch update
Saw this a couple of weeks ago after someone mentioned it. Not a bad little switch that will take a fibre module as well.
I've the GS1900, also a GS1920 model out there.
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Cryorig M9I CPU cooler - £22.27 Delivered @ Box

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In the process of building a budget itx PC and this seems very good from the reviews http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7426/cryorig-m9i-cpu-cooler-review/index.html Read More
In the process of building a budget itx PC and this seems very good from the reviews http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/7426/cryorig-m9i-cpu-cooler-review/index.html
ganon Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago24 Comments
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id rather choose the 212 evo...4 copper heatpipes vs 3 nah im good
£32 now, expired.
ganon
I did see that earlier, cant remember where I read it but apparently not too quiet.
Worst case scenario if the evga is bad, I'll swap a be quiet 430 l8 I used on an older build which seems very quiet

The coolermaster ones are funny when it comes to sound level, it's the same with their VS series lots of places report them to be silent when in reality they are not at all. Maybe bad QC or they change the fans they use who knows.
It's a bit of minefield shopping for PSUs tbh, especially quiet ones X)
Either way I'm sure ebuyer and/or evga will have you covered so yeah don't sweat it
I did see that earlier, cant remember where I read it but apparently not too quiet.

Worst case scenario if the evga is bad, I'll swap a be quiet 430 l8 I used on an older build which seems very quiet
ganon
derp1664
ganon
derp1664
ganon
derp1664
ganon
So who does the best £40-£60 quiet semi modular psu?
Anything SuperFlower or Seasonic OEM.
You can find OEM list here: http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/PSUReviewDatabase.html
And be sure to check jonnyguru review of any you're interested in.
There are other good ones too ofc but can't go wrong with the above.
Just bought this http://www.ebuyer.com/768921-evga-500-bq-power-supply-110-bq-0500-k3
A bit of an unknown as the 500 and 600 variant of the BQ are new, and unlike the 650BQ and 750 BQ which are built by HEC, the OEM for the 500BQ and 600BQ is Andyson who are generally not very good. Also being new, reviews & tear-downs are non-existant thus far.
The upside is EVGA are very good with warranties.
Personally though for what it's worth I'd probably look for something else. Admittedly the price range is a bit of tricky one but there's likely better out there.
What kind of system is it intended for?
Budget PC for video editing and emulation. G4560, 16gb ram and Asus B150i pro itx board bought. Planning to get 1050ti
What modular psu would you recommend at that price?
This but it's non modularhttps://www.scan.co.uk/products/360w-seasonic-psu-g-360-80-plus-gold-12cm-silent-fan-dc-dc
Or this but its slightly more expensivehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Seasonic-Certified-Modular-Power-Supply/dp/B00918MQ8G
Maybe try putting the amazon one through Flubit see what they come back with or shop around and see if prices are better elsewhere I only just looked really quickly
Pretty good deal but 2-5weeks delivery https://www.amazon.co.uk/Fractal-Design-Edison-Power-Supply/dp/B00ON2YSRC
I dont think flubit will bring it down too much.
I actually used a fractal psu for my cousins build and im certain the fan noise is coming from the psu so I'll skip that.

Yeah the Fractal doesn't have zero-rpm fan mode but generally the fans they use are reasonably quiet although not always silent so that's fair enough.
There's some modular coolermaster units in the same price range which are reasonable: G550M made by CWT http://www.ebuyer.com/584148-coolermaster-gm-series-550w-semi-modular-80-bronze-power-supply-rs550-amaab1-uk
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MSI 1050 TI 4gb low profile - £139.99 @ Box.co.uk

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For those with a low profile case (and unable to upgrade due to space for example it's a htpc like mine), this is the card for you. Yes, compared to recent 480 deal's it's expensive, but if you ne… Read More
For those with a low profile case (and unable to upgrade due to space for example it's a htpc like mine), this is the card for you. Yes, compared to recent 480 deal's it's expensive, but if you ne…
jaydeeuk1 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Heat given, I mentioned this in another 1050ti post the other day but didn't list as I knew it would go cold.
For small media centers with 1080p, it would make a great sofa gaming box. I was going to get it to replace my 750 ti but can't justify the spend without the means
It is expensive compared to the old 750ti. I have a kfa 750ti OC that was £110 from overclockers about 2 weeks after release, I'd been hoping the 1050ti would be a similar price
Welcome to brexit
jaydeeuk1
but AMD dropped the ball with the 460 and their performance per watt is shocking, guess they blew the R&D budget on ryzen.
Actually the 460 is pretty comparable to the 1050/1050ti in terms of power consumption:https://www.computerbase.de/2017-02/palit-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-kalmx-test/2/#abschnitt_leistungsaufnahme
Although they're all hellishly power hungry at the moment anyway so it seems a bit silly to pick one because it's marginally more efficient.
I said "performance per watt". AMD a generation behind on all cards in that respect.


Its also near 160 euros in germany, which just so happens to be around same price as this, so your argument re brexit falls flat.

Edited By: jaydeeuk1 on Feb 28, 2017 11:36: edut
jaydeeuk1
carsick77
Heat given, I mentioned this in another 1050ti post the other day but didn't list as I knew it would go cold.
For small media centers with 1080p, it would make a great sofa gaming box. I was going to get it to replace my 750 ti but can't justify the spend without the means
It is expensive compared to the old 750ti. I have a kfa 750ti OC that was £110 from overclockers about 2 weeks after release, I'd been hoping the 1050ti would be a similar price

Welcome to brexit

jaydeeuk1
but AMD dropped the ball with the 460 and their performance per watt is shocking, guess they blew the R&D budget on ryzen.

Actually the 460 is pretty comparable to the 1050/1050ti in terms of power consumption:
https://www.computerbase.de/2017-02/palit-geforce-gtx-1050-ti-kalmx-test/2/#abschnitt_leistungsaufnahme

Although they're all hellishly power hungry at the moment anyway so it seems a bit silly to pick one because it's marginally more efficient.
carsick77
Heat given, I mentioned this in another 1050ti post the other day but didn't list as I knew it would go cold.
For small media centers with 1080p, it would make a great sofa gaming box. I was going to get it to replace my 750 ti but can't justify the spend without the means

It is expensive compared to the old 750ti. I have a kfa 750ti OC that was £110 from overclockers about 2 weeks after release, I'd been hoping the 1050ti would be a similar price, but AMD dropped the ball with the 460 and their performance per watt is shocking, guess they blew the R&D budget on ryzen.
Seriously tempted by this. Still rocking a passively cooled 6670 in my HTPC but feel it is time to retire it. I had been considering the Palit GTX 1050 Ti KalmX, but it doesn't seem to be available yet.
Heat given, I mentioned this in another 1050ti post the other day but didn't list as I knew it would go cold.

For small media centers with 1080p, it would make a great sofa gaming box. I was going to get it to replace my 750 ti but can't justify the spend without the means
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Thermaltake E-Sports GTF100 Black & Red Fit Series Gaming Chair, Free RGB mechanical keyboard worth 84.99 - £329.99 @ Box.co.uk

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Promotions FREE Thermaltake E-Sports Poseidon Z Mechanical RGB Keyboard worth £84.99 Keyboard Overview Video - https://www.box.co.uk/system/productimage.aspx?id=1952273&quality=90&maxwidth… Read More
Promotions FREE Thermaltake E-Sports Poseidon Z Mechanical RGB Keyboard worth £84.99 Keyboard Overview Video - https://www.box.co.uk/system/productimage.aspx?id=1952273&quality=90&maxwidth…
panasonic Avatar3m, 2h agoFound 3 months, 2 hours ago6 Comments
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Anybody know of a cheap office/gaming chair?
Why do they have holes in the top of the seat like a sports car has so you can fit racing harnesses through ? Can't see you going to fall far sat in your home office
I'd rather sit on 330 pounds worth of notes
gaming professional gamer pro gaming X
saucymonk
These seats are quite comfy if you have piles


Is that piles of cash..?
If so I guess you're right as you will have none after buying one.
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Acer G237HL 23" IPS Full HD HDMI Monitor - 4ms response time £89.99 @ Box

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->Resolution 1920 x 1080 ->Contrast Ratio 100000000:1 ->Response Time 4 ms ->Aspect Ratio 16:9 ->Connectivity DVI HDMI VGA The futuristic style of the G7 Series incorporates a slim zero frame d… Read More
->Resolution 1920 x 1080 ->Contrast Ratio 100000000:1 ->Response Time 4 ms ->Aspect Ratio 16:9 ->Connectivity DVI HDMI VGA The futuristic style of the G7 Series incorporates a slim zero frame d…
DudeDERAILED Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago31 Comments
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How about Samsung curved monitor in comparison to the acer one
24 inch or 27 inch.

also please any one suggest me which inch is the better one for normal day to day work, working with word documents, excels for 6 hours. which is better 24 or 27 inch?
also please any one suggest me which inch is the better one for normal day to day work, working with word documents, excels for 6 hours. which is better 24 or 27 inch?
How about Samsung curved monitor in comparison to the acer one
24 inch or 27 inch.

also please any one suggest me which inch is the better one for normal day to day work, working with word documents, excels for 6 hours. which is better 24 or 27 inch?
also please any one suggest me which inch is the better one for normal day to day work, working with word documents, excels for 6 hours. which is better 24 or 27 inch?
That has to be the highest contrast ratio I've ever seen oO
Groupon also have this at 89.99
How is this for CCTV ?
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Trustmaster Ferrari 458 Steering Wheel - PC / Xbox 360 - £59.99 @ Box

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The world's first wheel with official licenses from Ferrari® and Microsoft Xbox 360®. Replica of the wheel on the latest Ferrari 458 Italia, star vehicle of Forza Motorsport® 4! 28 cm XXL Read More
The world's first wheel with official licenses from Ferrari® and Microsoft Xbox 360®. Replica of the wheel on the latest Ferrari 458 Italia, star vehicle of Forza Motorsport® 4! 28 cm XXL
Wings18 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago2 Comments
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It's just not that good a wheel, and definitely not worth that price
Also via Box on Tesco direct at higher price of £69.99
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ROCCAT Ryos TKL Pro Brown Switch Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Per-key Illumination £49.99 (£4.99 p+p) @ Box

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Add a cheap item to benefit from free delivery. Overview ROCCAT™ RYOS TKL PRO – TENKEYLESS MECHANICAL GAMING KEYBOARD WITH PER-KEY ILLUMINATION The most advanced, customizable tenkeyless mechanic… Read More
Add a cheap item to benefit from free delivery. Overview ROCCAT™ RYOS TKL PRO – TENKEYLESS MECHANICAL GAMING KEYBOARD WITH PER-KEY ILLUMINATION The most advanced, customizable tenkeyless mechanic…
Looking4Glitches Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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My tenkeyless Roccat arrived yesterday evening. So far I am very pleased. MX Browns have a nice feel and not too noisy.

The oddity is the way keys are printed, sort of upside down, so the 2 key has the double quotes under the digit. All the keys with two characters on them are like that. Just takes a little getting used to.

I'm just trying to build the roccat tools for linux, so I can reconfigure the backlight. By default only the F keys and WASD light up. When you type the last key pressed lights up for a short while, which is probably a bad idea if you have to type in passwords a lot!
I got this in June. Lovely keyboard. The brown switches are a delight and I've have no dead LED's so far (touch wood).
speculatrix
thanks, ordered. I added the panasonic AAA batteries suggested at the checkout to get the >= £50 free delivery.
Good and we can always do with batteries :)
speculatrix
p.s. I particularly like this one because it's got a full-sized enter key. Lots of mech keyboards are adapted from US models with a small one.
Nearly all mech keyboards sold by UK retailers are ISO layout. The manufacturer just doesnt bother supplying product images for both layouts.
p.s. I particularly like this one because it's got a full-sized enter key. Lots of mech keyboards are adapted from US models with a small one.
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Roccat Ryos MK Pro Cherry MX Brown Switch Mechanical UK Layout Gaming Keyboard £69.99 delivered @ box.co.uk

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Save £80 (reputably) Per-Key Illumination, Insane Customisation Possibilities Easy-Shift[+] Becomes Easy Keyboard, Assign a Secondary Function to Virtually Any Key N-Key Rollover, Mean… Read More
Save £80 (reputably) Per-Key Illumination, Insane Customisation Possibilities Easy-Shift[+] Becomes Easy Keyboard, Assign a Secondary Function to Virtually Any Key N-Key Rollover, Mean…
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Absolutely, I used to use a Kone and in fact I've just changed my corsair m65pro for their new emp one. It was a tough decision as it feels more plasticky than the Corsair but is definitely a better fit for me.


i am waiting for their Roccat Leadr mouse to come out :D
Brown switches are my favorite type by far. Smooth travel with a light, silent 'click' when you hit the activation point. Comfy to use and a lot less noisy than other mechanical keyboards I've tried.
Absolutely, I used to use a Kone and in fact I've just changed my corsair m65pro for their new emp one. It was a tough decision as it feels more plasticky than the Corsair but is definitely a better fit for me.
R0adRat
Not got this particular model but have had plenty of Roccat products in the past and and am never disappointed.


i found there mouse to be extremely comfy
Not got this particular model but have had plenty of Roccat products in the past and and am never disappointed.
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Roccat Ryos MK Pro Cherry MX Brown Switch Mechanical UK Layout Gaming Keyboard £69.99 @ Box

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- PER-KEY Illumination insane customization possibilities - MX Brown - Integated media hub with audio in/out and two USB 2.0 ports - ROC-12-852-BN http://www.roccat.org/en-US/Products/Gaming-Key… Read More
- PER-KEY Illumination insane customization possibilities - MX Brown - Integated media hub with audio in/out and two USB 2.0 ports - ROC-12-852-BN http://www.roccat.org/en-US/Products/Gaming-Key…
bystander Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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I can only talk from experience of having a coolermaster CMstorm Trigger X mechanical keyboard for about 18 months.

Cherry MX Brown and just "plain" white LED backlit, daily hardish use (including regular 10 hour gaming sesh's) and not had a single problem with it. The accompanying macro software is really uselful if you spend 20 mins understanding it. I'd have no problem recommending it to anyone.

Oops should've checked before posting.. no longer available at amazon... my bad.

Edited By: Rhettdwarf on Jan 23, 2017 11:56
mrcrypto
Amazon reviews suggest the led's on this keyboard have longevity issues. Probably the reason for the heavy discount.
Pretty much ALL backlit mechanical LED keyboards have issues be they from Razer, Corsair, Coolermaster or Ducky (my Ducky had 2 failed LEDS in it's first 9 months)

The simple fact is that LEDs don't like being rattled/shaken and keyboards do that to them - the newer the design, the better they are but pretty much all backlit mechanicals have some degree of issue with this

I'd not have another - at the end of the day, you shouldn't be looking at the keyboard anyway so who cares if it's lit? :)
Used one for work which is heavy typing 8-10 hrs a day, within a month had backlight of 7 keys failing, replacement lasted two weeks before a Led went. Now on my 4th replacement after ten months.
Hope to be luckier but they do have led issues :-(
Paid £51 last year, had a key fail. RMA to Amazon. New one is OK so far but disconcerting if buying from somewhere with costly returns.

It's very big so have plenty of space.

I'd give it 6.5/10.
mrcrypto
Amazon reviews suggest the led's on this keyboard have longevity issues. Probably the reason for the heavy discount.

I have had one key die in a year, but people have had alot worse, sometimes you can just reset the firmware or software though I don't fault people for not trying. It's a great keyboard id you don't care about that, I mean honestly, I touch type, you shoulsnt play games on the dark and do you really need a cascade or stary night effect when not in use? The LED fad has gone right over my head.



Edited By: catbeans on Jan 21, 2017 14:59
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Gigabyte Radeon RX 480 WINDFORCE 8G Radeon RX 480 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card from BOX.CO.UK - £222.14 delivery free

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Just found this one. Seems like a good price. Although I still prefer Sapphire Nitro+ (Shell V-power Nitro+ in my car as well but totally irrelevant stuff) . Read More
Just found this one. Seems like a good price. Although I still prefer Sapphire Nitro+ (Shell V-power Nitro+ in my car as well but totally irrelevant stuff) .
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