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Acer B346CK 34" QHD LED IPS Monitor - £519.31 @ CCL Computer

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Most places it goes for £600 + so looks like good deal. Alos I cant find any 34 inch 3440 x 1440 cheaper than this. Acer B346CKbmijphzx (34 inch) IPS LED Monitor QHD (3440 x 1440) 100,000,000:…
pcgamer2014 Avatar1w, 4h agoFound 1 week, 4 hours ago3 Comments
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The resolution of the above monitor is 2560 x 1080. The one I posted is 3440 x 1440.
why cold? people found better deals? :)
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Adata SU800 256GB SSD - CCLONLINE £65.99p (Solid State Drive)

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This is a fantastic deal because this is 3D NAND flash, and most drives of this capacity are currently £20-£30 more! CCLONLINE also do a wide range of P&P options, starting at £2.99p.
ruabonite Avatar1w, 1d agoFound 1 week, 1 day ago4 Comments
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shows 71 for me
This is a fantastic deal because this is 3D NAND flash
If you say so man. I voted cold.
This is about half way between its lowest and highest ever standard price at Amazon, so not a bad deal.

You have to be quite careful with SSD prices currently. At Amazon (and probably elsewhere) several shot up in price late last year, some drives stayed about the same price.
£68 Amazon Free Delivery
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Samsung D3 3TB USB3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive £77.45 @ CCL Online

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3TB External Drive Ports: USB3.0 Bundled Backup Software Mains Powered 3 Year Warranty included! Cheapest I could find this - crazy that it is only £2 cheaper than 3 years ago, but this still…
GrantG182 Avatar3w, 11h agoFound 3 weeks, 11 hours ago13 Comments
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lanky78
page not found?
Looks like it's been pulled from their website.
page not found?
will it work in new ps4s
jamesharrystaniforth
does this work with xbox
Xbox One - yes, that's what I got it for and have it up and running now.
does this work with xbox
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Samsung S24D330H 24" Full HD TN Black *Open Box* £89.88 delivered @ CCL Online

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About £10 below its new condition version https://www.cclonline.com/product/216963/LS24D330HSX/EN/Monitors/Samsung-S24D330H-24-Full-HD-TN-Black/MON4137/. Someone who bought open box stuff from them…
yulu91 Avatar3w, 11h agoFound 3 weeks, 11 hours ago6 Comments
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received the monitor today. No problem at all. all accessories are new and sealed as well as the monitor it self. Still has film on the frame of monitor.
all gone now
Brand new (not open box) version is only £99.97. 10% discount for open box (+ poss refurb) doesn't seem a big enough discount for me.
yulu91
abzycar
1ms???
Yes that's what it says on the website


​i mean that's a great deal. too bad I don't need it.
abzycar
1ms???
Yes that's what it says on the website
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Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L - mechanical keyboard - £84.64 @ CCLOnline £79.99

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Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L White (Brown Switch) RGB LED Mechanical Keyboard with Cherry MX Switches seems like a decent price for this keyboard. price gone down to an even better 79.97
mrcupcakekidd Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago7 Comments
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Description seems to indicate RGB, but the feature list only says white LED.....
Cattle
I'm pretty sure that this is not rgb lighting, part number is for white led backlighting.

Still a damm fine keyboard from a trustworthy manufacturer.


​Hmm well now I'm going to be kept in suspense until Tuesday... I ordered before I saw your comment, and I'm fairly certain you're right. There's a small chance it could be RGB, seems a strange thing to add to the title otherwise? Cheers for pointing that out tho
I'm pretty sure that this is not rgb lighting, part number is for white led backlighting.

Still a damm fine keyboard from a trustworthy manufacturer.
This shouldn't be cold. It seems a lot for a keyboard, but not if you're interested in mechanical keyboards with the more expensive German made Cherry MX switches. With RGB lighting additionally this makes it good value. 5-7 shipping is also free for the patient.
Is this the best in class at this price point?
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Gigabyte Force H5 7.1 SRS Surround USB PC Gaming Headset £34.98 delivered (31.99 collection) @cclonline

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seems like a good price for a supposedly higher end headset. not many reviews for this except the one referenced on the product page: Vortez Silver Award Winner, £115 RRP at time of review... http:…
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Acer S220HQLBrbd 21.5" Full HD LED Monitor 1/2 Price almost! Save £70 £69.99 @ CCL

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1/2 Price almost Save £70 with also Cash-back on Quidco! +Warranty 3 Year Acer S Series monitors are very slim yet spacious displays that are great for multitasking and web browsing. High-def visual…
iman1234 Avatar1m, 3d agoFound 1 month, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Funghi
I have this monitor and it's a basic, simple model but has a god screen. Great value fit money especially with 3 year warranty. Hot from me.


​Hey a view of the big guy upstairs!
I have this monitor and it's a basic, simple model but has a god screen. Great value fit money especially with 3 year warranty. Hot from me.
looks okay voting hot
price has changed to £72.97 now
I'm not sure why it's so cold either, having a quick look it seems to be a very basic monitor without being too bad, but the price it's on sale at is what you would expect it to be new for with the specifications it has.
No idea why is getting Cold?!?!
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CCL - WD Black 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £123.11, Saving £117.19 5 Year Warranty + 1.1% Cashback on Quidco

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Save £117.19 WD Black hard drives are designed for enthusiasts and creative professionals looking for leading-edge performance. These 3.5-inch desktop drives are perfect for high-performance applic…
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why not just get from amazon for £109.

Edited By: Daytrader on Dec 02, 2016 01:11: k
great drives ... but hellish price ..last throw of the dice for HDD from WD B4 SSHD and SSD take over completely.
Even PC World sell these cheaper.
And again with the "saving £117" BS, this is just the normal price.
Damn these are expensive. Twice as much as a normal 2TB drive.
Grabbing a couple of those and RAID may be an alternative option.
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CCL - WD Black 6TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive, Saving £244.27 5 Year Warranty + 1.1% Cashback on Quidco £271.95

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Save £244.27 WD Black hard drives are designed for enthusiasts and creative professionals looking for leading-edge performance. These 3.5-inch desktop drives are perfect for high-performance applic…
ezypc Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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I have had 2 x WD Black fail in separate machines in the last couple of years and am now moving off spinning disks altogether and onto SSD for everything (plus offsite backup obviously).
I got 2 x Red 3TB WD drives in a 2-bay NAS unit for £210.
2x 3tb in raid0 would save money AND be faster.
£90 each for 2 wd blues??

Edited By: GwanGy on Dec 01, 2016 16:07
WD Gold are better. The WD Blacks are bloody noisy, had quite a few of them.
Scotsmania
This is just the normal price for these drives, the "saving £244" is BS.
He's right. Just check Amazon or CamelCamelCamel to compare the prices.
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Intel 600p Series 256GB M.2-2280 M.2 SSD £86.35 at CCLOnline

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A good price for what is, on paper at least, a ridiculously fast drive. Sequential reads of up to 1,800 megabytes and sequential writes of up to 560 megabytes per second (MB/s) Note that it's the M.2
Genki Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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Genki
AlexJames102
taras
AlexJames102
I really want a new 250GB SSD but this is just a bit overkill for me. If anyone can recommend something a bit more within a mid-tier range, I'd be grateful.
Any sata 600 ssd then ..
...I meant one on offer (i.e. a recommendation on a good offer).
If you're happy with a SATA drive, then there's the Crucial MX300 275GB SSD at £67 from Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01IAGSD5O/
many thanks!
AlexJames102
taras
AlexJames102
I really want a new 250GB SSD but this is just a bit overkill for me. If anyone can recommend something a bit more within a mid-tier range, I'd be grateful.
Any sata 600 ssd then ..
...I meant one on offer (i.e. a recommendation on a good offer).

If you're happy with a SATA drive, then there's the Crucial MX300 275GB SSD at £67 from Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01IAGSD5O/
taras
AlexJames102
I really want a new 250GB SSD but this is just a bit overkill for me. If anyone can recommend something a bit more within a mid-tier range, I'd be grateful.
Any sata 600 ssd then ..

...I meant one on offer (i.e. a recommendation on a good offer).
sailo
This is a budget nvme drive. Much faster than sata but slower than other nvme drives. Price reflects this.
It's actually slower than many SATA drives for sustained writes (this is 300GB/sec once the SLC cache is full) and in everyday usage it's not going to be noticeably faster in many cases.
This is a budget nvme drive. Much faster than sata but slower than other nvme drives. Price reflects this.
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Gigabyte RX 480 4GB for £187.99 at CCL

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Cheapest I've seen a 4GB RX480 going recently. I've read that the cooler runs pretty hot and the PCB isn't great, but it's a quiet card and a steal at this price! Free shipping and free Civilisatio…
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cantonbean
Turns out I've just checked and mine is actually a 270X so any of these cards be a massive upgrade but I'd rather pay more and be future proof!
Then consider the 1060 6gb (215 last deal) or the 1070 (370 for EVGA AIB).
The 480 8gb is not a 'future proof' card by any stretch. The first thing you'll notice isn't the VRAM, it's the lack of overall GPU power.

I would but I've got a freesync monitor
cantonbean
Turns out I've just checked and mine is actually a 270X so any of these cards be a massive upgrade but I'd rather pay more and be future proof!

Then consider the 1060 6gb (215 last deal) or the 1070 (370 for EVGA AIB).

The 480 8gb is not a 'future proof' card by any stretch. The first thing you'll notice isn't the VRAM, it's the lack of overall GPU power.
Turns out I've just checked and mine is actually a 270X so any of these cards be a massive upgrade but I'd rather pay more and be future proof!
arealmentalist
cantonbean
Nobull
cantonbean
I have a R9 280x and have just bought a HP Envy 1440p monitor that supports free sync. Is this a worthwhile upgrade for full 1440p gaming on titanfall 2 etc and does freesync make a real difference? Had my eye on one of these for a while.
Looking at a performance increase of somewhere between 30-60% depending on the game: http://hwbench.com/vgas/radeon-rx-480-vs-radeon-r9-280x
I've heard pretty good things about Freesync, though it will depend on what the freesync range is and whether your card can meet it. It's typically something like 30-75, meaning you'll only see the benefit when the GPU is able to put out between 30 and 75 fps. Luckily, this card should do that quite well for most games at 1440p
Thanks very much for the helpful reply. From the other comments on here do you think it's worth paying the extra for the 8GB? I think if my monitor didn't have freesync I'd go with the 1060 but if you say it's good then I'll look at rx480s
you should instead pick up an xfx r9 fury for £250 at OC UK if you can pay the extra. It will out perform the 480 by 30-40% and it is made for 1440p. Make sure you check the card length it is massive.

Thanks again. This does seem like good advice on research. I upgraded my power supply to 600watts when got the RX280 so that seems fine and my tower is a full size Asus G10AJ. As far as I can see there should be no reason to not go with the r9 fury over the RX480 8GB in that case? Now to decide between this or the LG 4K display for my MacBook!
Axeboy
BetaRomeo
Doogeh
Excellent price for this card. Will soundly beat the 3Gb 1060.
The 1080P performance aggregates put the 8GB 480 at 99% of the performance of the 3GB 1060 here: https://www.techpowerup.com/gpudb/2867/geforce-gtx-1060-3-gb
And the 4GB 480 has slower memory than the 8GB model, too.
It's been £174 for a 4GB 480 in the past. Personally, I'd take the £35 saving and get a 470, or spend the extra £30 and get a much faster 6GB 1060.
No offence but that link you posted seems rubbish.
"GeForce GTX 1060 3 GB performance estimated based on architecture, shader count and clocks. "
And the best one:
"We recommend the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 3 GB for gaming with highest details at resolutions up to, and including, 5760x1080"

https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Zotac/GeForce_GTX_1060_Mini_3_GB/29.html
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Zotac/GeForce_GTX_1060_Mini_3_GB/32.html


And that's a low budget 1060 that is reduced... The 480 doesn't OC well at all, while the 1060 does.

I wouldn't recommend any card other than the 470 at 140-150 or the 1060 6gb at 220-230.

I feel there isn't a compelling difference in between, but if you must spend 180 quid on a gfx card, get the 1060 3gb.
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ASUS 27 inch LED Gaming Monitor - Full HD 2ms £154.97 @ CCL down from £211

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Dynamically enhances the display's contrast by adjusting the luminance of the backlight to achieve the darkest black and brightest white - delivering lifelike images. Quick response time of 2ms (GTG)
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Avoid anything that advertises 'auto-contrast' features like the plague.
yoyo59
wrong price youve got there also is only 60-75hz?
not the best I guess would be nice to have 120 atleast
There's a further 10% off all monitors further down the page to reduce it to the £153 stated by danhen.
Taken off when added to basket.





Edited By: anglo on Nov 22, 2016 02:44: info
wrong price youve got there also is only 60-75hz?

not the best I guess would be nice to have 120 atleast
Honestly in that case I would suggest you buy a IPS or VA screen - TN will always feel washed out in comparison. Try this for £153.
danhen7
Would recommend this given they are both TN panels. 27" version is £150 - has Freesync if you have an AMD card,


This is the monitor I have and tbh it isn't that great, the Colours seem washed out and it feels cheap.
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Thrustmaster T-16000M FCS HOTAS Joystick £85.87 @ CCL

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PRODUCT DISCONTINUED AT CCL This item has only just become available in the UK, and some people have been waiting ages! But I think more importantly: It's $129 in the US, which converts to about £1…
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got mine on Thursday. Looks a bit plasticy but feels good. Might consider dual stick for SC!
You can now pre-order it on Amazon. Price: £109!!!
AlexJohn73
Halfmad
Shengis
The main selling point of the T16000 is that it can be made left or right handed. Makes this pretty pointless as the throttle control is left handed only. #wasteoftime
I'm hoping they bring out the stick on it's own, dual sticks is pretty good fun in games, new one on the right, old T16000m on the left, job done.
During my research, I did find that you can get the joystick on its own. Whether this is the case for the UK - I don't know

They sell the joystick separately in Germany presumably they will do so in the UK also (or you can just get it from Germany while we are still in the EU)
https://www.amazon.de/Joystick-TM-T16000M-FCS-Flightstick/dp/B01H6KXGEI/ref=sr_1_21?ie=UTF8&qid=1479125295&sr=8-21&keywords=thrustmaster

I'm a big fan of the original T1600M. Pretty much as precise as it gets. I use a pair in a dual joystick setup for elite dangerous most fun way to fly :).
Does anyone know if the update is anything more than cosmetic?
SlMBA2K
mattriggy
But can it withstand Daley Thompson's Decathlon! :D


Only the good ol Kempston was up to that challenge :D


​and quickshot with autofire
mattriggy
But can it withstand Daley Thompson's Decathlon! :D


Only the good ol Kempston was up to that challenge :D
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Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Socket 1151 + FREE 120GB PNY SSD! @ cclonline £149.99

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FREE 120GB PNY CS900 SATA III Solid State Drive when you purchase a Gigabyte Z170X-Ultra Gaming motherboard! Terms & Conditions apply. Hurry as the offer is only valid while stock lasts! Promotion is
Looking4Glitches Avatar2m, 2w agoFound 2 months, 2 weeks ago15 Comments
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was a good deal, was very tempted but I'm holding out till black friday and cyber monday.
No more free SSD and price back up
Looking4Glitches
Danjw91
Good deal. Must resist since I've only had my gaming PC 2 weeks and already upgraded the GTX 960 2GB to a EVGA 8GB SC 1070...... Heat though!
Same card I just upgraded to :), although mine was from a 5yr old Evga 660ti 3gb sc.

But is it the Black Edition :p. It's class though, great card.
Danjw91
Good deal. Must resist since I've only had my gaming PC 2 weeks and already upgraded the GTX 960 2GB to a EVGA 8GB SC 1070...... Heat though!
Same card I just upgraded to :), although mine was from a 5yr old Evga 660ti 3gb sc.
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Be Quiet! Pure Power 9 500W PSU at CCLOnline for £54.94

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Free delivery included. Usually around £65 incl. delivery. 80 Plus Silver PSU from Be Quiet! 2016 product, not in the PSU tier list yet but I guess it could fall within the Tier 3 list.
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Got it yesterday, can confirm internals are very similar to the pictures shown below:

https://www.technic3d.com/review/netzteile/1920-be-quiet-pure-power-9-cm-500w-netzteil-im-test/1.htm

Only difference is that the one in the review has an orange rim around the fan + it's semi-modular.
possible 650W edison for £64 from scan as well.
Is this the best PSU deal out there at the min?
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MSI R7 360 2GB OC Graphics card £73.26 @ cclonline with free delivery

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Budget friendly factory overclocked GPU. Selling at approx £25 more in all other outlets (amazon £101, box £98). Not powerful enough for serious gamers but good enough for a 1080p budget system or H…
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dcpp4
mobiletech
7870 = r9 280 this is way behind, still not a bad price though and as said above it will run just about anything you'd just need to drop the settings.

isn't the 280 a 7950?


​yeah sorry, had a brain fart! 7870 got rebranded as r9 270x, 7950 was 280 and 7970 was 280x
mobiletech
7870 = r9 280 this is way behind, still not a bad price though and as said above it will run just about anything you'd just need to drop the settings.

isn't the 280 a 7950?
HankHandsome
interesting stuff, thanks.

been looking for a card that can run JC3 since last year and this is *just* about my budget.


I think a 750ti would be good for you as that can easily run just cause 3 and other stuff
I'm not up to date with the latest gpus but tomshardware lists these all in the same bracket (I'm sure other sources disagree). I would guess it might factor in other criteria like dx support level and the improvements they bring and not just raw power/gpu architecture.

GTX 660 Ti, GTX 760, GTX 950
RX 460, HD 7870, R9 270, R9 270X, R7 370
orig
hd7870 is a much better card than r7 360 but older
Yes, a lot faster. R7 360 is Tobago (aka Bonaire Pro) which is a 128-bit bus design and is similar to what is in the Xbox One and is from the same/similar generation so has TrueAudio.
mobiletech
7870 = r9 280 this is way behind, still not a bad price though and as said above it will run just about anything you'd just need to drop the settings.
No, not quite. HD7870 was Pitcairn XT which is GCN1.0 and the first batch to launch along with Tahiti (7970/7950) and Cape Verde (7750/7770). For the 200 series it was rebranded as R9-270 / R9-270X (same config but different clocks). For the 300 series, Pitcairn XT was again rebranded as R9-370X.
However, R9-280 was a rebrand of 7950 while R9-280X was 7970 so Tahiti. Tahiti was dropped for the 300 series.
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BEST £200+ LAPTOP DEAL ON HUKD - HP ProBook 450 G3 15.6" 4GB 500GB Core i3 Laptop - £506.93 delivered @ CCL Computers BUT POTENTIALLY £246 with trade-in cashback from HP (pretty much guaranteed!)

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Here's an industry spec laptop - aluminium case etc and decent memory. With a little fun & games you get cashback x2 - £13.50 from TCB or Quidco and £250 from Trade up to HP https://tradeuptohp.com/gb…
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Ebenezer_Scrooge
OK this trade-in deal looks like it might be up my street - I'm looking for a solid, well built, 'sensible' laptop that's got a good keyboard and trackpad.
I like the fact this has an M.2 slot for SSD expansion - dumb question, but if I was to add an SSD, could I transfer the Windows OS across to it?
Actually looking at the Core i51 model for £535. Can easily add some extra RAM.
I could trade-in an Asus laptop that was a rather foolish purchase from a couple of years ago and reclaim some value from that. It was a refurbished model from PC World online - if I remove the sticker that says "Refurbished product" from the underside, am I going run into any problems with the trade-in?
Also it has a replacement battery (the one it came with failed just after the year's warranty expired), will that be a trade-in issue? Anything else I'm missing?
Thanks.
yes - you can install the O/S on the SSD, make a note of your product key first (Magical Jellybean Keyfinder if it's not on the case) - since W10 uses the rig spec to activate, replacing a bit of hardware may mean it is initially not automatically activated when you install the SSD but it's not a problem, just phone Microsoft to activate
they don't care if your product is refurbished or has a replacement battery

Thanks. Think I'll go for this then! I'm using the old Asus laptop right now, I do not get on with the keyboard or touchpad at all, it was not a good purchase :(
Ebenezer_Scrooge
OK this trade-in deal looks like it might be up my street - I'm looking for a solid, well built, 'sensible' laptop that's got a good keyboard and trackpad.
I like the fact this has an M.2 slot for SSD expansion - dumb question, but if I was to add an SSD, could I transfer the Windows OS across to it?
Actually looking at the Core i51 model for £535. Can easily add some extra RAM.
I could trade-in an Asus laptop that was a rather foolish purchase from a couple of years ago and reclaim some value from that. It was a refurbished model from PC World online - if I remove the sticker that says "Refurbished product" from the underside, am I going run into any problems with the trade-in?
Also it has a replacement battery (the one it came with failed just after the year's warranty expired), will that be a trade-in issue? Anything else I'm missing?
Thanks.

yes - you can install the O/S on the SSD, make a note of your product key first (Magical Jellybean Keyfinder if it's not on the case) - since W10 uses the rig spec to activate, replacing a bit of hardware may mean it is initially not automatically activated when you install the SSD but it's not a problem, just phone Microsoft to activate

they don't care if your product is refurbished or has a replacement battery
OK this trade-in deal looks like it might be up my street - I'm looking for a solid, well built, 'sensible' laptop that's got a good keyboard and trackpad.

I like the fact this has an M.2 slot for SSD expansion - dumb question, but if I was to add an SSD, could I transfer the Windows OS across to it?

Actually looking at the Core i51 model for £535. Can easily add some extra RAM.

I could trade-in an Asus laptop that was a rather foolish purchase from a couple of years ago and reclaim some value from that. It was a refurbished model from PC World online - if I remove the sticker that says "Refurbished product" from the underside, am I going run into any problems with the trade-in?

Also it has a replacement battery (the one it came with failed just after the year's warranty expired), will that be a trade-in issue? Anything else I'm missing?

Thanks.
pileemhigh
luvsadealdealdeal
Ralph888
Small print also says for Businesses or Organisations, I wonder how fussy they might be if an individual tried to pretend they were a business, for example they might require proof, Vat number, Partnership details??
FROM TRADE IN DETAILS
2,The promotion is open to businesses or organisations operating in mainland UK and Northern Ireland only. This offer is not open to employees of HP (HP), their agents, wholesalers, resellers, retail staff, retailers, participating stockists or anyone connected with the promotion. Claims must be submitted by the end user customer only. Resellers may not submit claims on behalf of their customers.
All of us here are sole traders if we feel like being a sole trader - it's just a personal choice & no need to notify HMRC or supply any evidence to HP.
It is a personal choice regarding becoming a sole trader - however - Sole traders must register with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and follow certain rules on running and naming their business. .See HMRC advice on becoming a sole trader. https://www.gov.uk/set-up-sole-trader/overview

you totally missed the point: HP don't give a monkey's about anything you said, they don't ask for any kind of evidence about this being a business purchase
luvsadealdealdeal
Ralph888
Small print also says for Businesses or Organisations, I wonder how fussy they might be if an individual tried to pretend they were a business, for example they might require proof, Vat number, Partnership details??
FROM TRADE IN DETAILS
2,The promotion is open to businesses or organisations operating in mainland UK and Northern Ireland only. This offer is not open to employees of HP (HP), their agents, wholesalers, resellers, retail staff, retailers, participating stockists or anyone connected with the promotion. Claims must be submitted by the end user customer only. Resellers may not submit claims on behalf of their customers.
All of us here are sole traders if we feel like being a sole trader - it's just a personal choice & no need to notify HMRC or supply any evidence to HP.

It is a personal choice regarding becoming a sole trader - however - Sole traders must register with HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) and follow certain rules on running and naming their business. .See HMRC advice on becoming a sole trader. https://www.gov.uk/set-up-sole-trader/overview
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MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card £229.79 @ cclonline

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The cheapest out of the MSI gtx 1060s. Not bad for the money and free delivery. Review: http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/msi-geforce-gtx-1060-6gt-oc-review,1.html
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joe94
I'm only seeing it for £239.99?
yeah went up a tenner the next day, still one of the cheapest 6gb 1060's though
I'm only seeing it for £239.99?
pcangeldust
Ordered an evga GTX 1070 FTW for £420, am I crazy oO

Enjoy!
llukejames
Any of theses cards come with a game remember my 7950 did?

Apparently only 1070 + 1080
pcangeldust
I need a blower style gpu for my small case


​These don't create too much heat :)
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(Bundle) MSI Z170A GAMING PRO + 128GB Samsung SM951 SSD £127.99 @ CCL

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Motherboard itself is around £117 so £10 for a 128GB M.2 SSD with speeds up to 2000MB/s read and 650MB/s write and value of £70 seems decent to me Motherboard is RGB and has onboard USB 3.1 Is "…
JimBobJr Avatar4m, 4d agoFound 4 months, 4 days ago21 Comments
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Very bad service from this company - Ordered and they billed my cc for this deal, then a week later when I chase up they say they refunded my cc charge (without notifying me) and wont be supplying this - In the meantime I've ordered memory and a cpu which I now don't need. Spoke to them on the phone and this is something that happens very often.
mamboboy
Used this board in my new build today. Seems great so far, however two downsides...
-left hand led's are permanently red - annoying as I just wanted a cool warm colour. you can disable all the lights in bios though.
-cmos jumper and battery are under where the gpu goes, so every time you need to reset the bios, you'll more than likely need to take the GPU out. such a stupid design choice!
I paid £113.48 via Flubit so v. good price if you need an SSD! :)

one of the msi apps can control the lights, you can set them to fluctuate colours with music etc. i had a play when i first set up this board for my son last xmas, but then turned them off in the bios too since the case I got didn't have a window


Edited By: cowsindahouse on Sep 17, 2016 03:04: edit
It seems that they are out of stock. Does anyone asked them if they are going to add more stock with this offer, or if it was just an offer until they sell all the MOBO's that they had?

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mamboboy
Used this board in my new build today. Seems great so far, however two downsides...
-left hand led's are permanently red - annoying as I just wanted a cool warm colour. you can disable all the lights in bios though.
-cmos jumper and battery are under where the gpu goes, so every time you need to reset the bios, you'll more than likely need to take the GPU out. such a stupid design choice!
I paid £113.48 via Flubit so v. good price if you need an SSD! :)
Gaming pro is a pretty budget board, 170A is just such an expensive chipset this time around that it's only relatively expensive compared to the past it's bottom of the barrel on the chipset. Honestly the number of times you need to clear the bios manually on a modern board is pretty low, the bios itself is usually to a degree self correcting and if you are in a state where it can't self recover manually doing it doesn't always help.

If you want the fancy post lights and buttons on the board you need to spend a bit more cash than this.
Great deal but sold out.
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Samsung PM961 256GB Polaris M.2-2280 PCI-E 3.0 X 4 NVME SSD £82.80 @ CCL Online

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Great price for one of Samsung's latest M.2 SSDs, an ideal partner for a Skylake based PC. Spec: Controller: Samsung Polaris Protocol: NVMe Form Factor: PCIe 3.0 x4 M.2 Single-Sided 2280
Minined Avatar4m, 5d agoFound 4 months, 5 days ago48 Comments
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Would this work in a macbook pro retina 2015?
quadlt
Cheaper over at Novatech for 77.99.

You are the real MVP.
For those interested, here are the read and write speeds I'm getting with this drive:

http://i67.tinypic.com/2qu2gz7.png
Will this work in a 2014 MacBook Air?
Minined
Free delivery too if you don't mind waiting.
Nah, I do mind waiting. That's why I'm buying this drive.