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HP 250 G4 15.6" 6200u 4GB 128GB SSD £299.98 cclonline

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This is cheaper than the 6200u Lenovo posted recently. However this has an smaller SSD rather than the HDD. Also HP is generally known to be higher quality. Windows10 64bit 1366 x 768 4GB Memory 15.6…
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The hardware of the laptop will run it fine but some people reported windows 10/problems with Rome Total War 2
richk90
Money_Expert
richk90
I'm struggling to find the right laptop with best specs for online gaming, max budget 300 quid. Is this any good? Any recommendations?


​What games you thinking of running? This laptop has a 128gb SSD. While it'll be crazy fast at loading your games it'll be limiting the amount of games you can install


I only play Rome total war new version and online browser games which need a decent cpu? Would this be good for that?
Money_Expert
richk90
I'm struggling to find the right laptop with best specs for online gaming, max budget 300 quid. Is this any good? Any recommendations?


With 8gb ram and 2tb drive I imagine this will handle mid range gaming better.
​http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/hp-laptop-i5-6200u-8gb-ram-2tb-disk-windows-10-299-99-svp-2435374
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richk90
I'm struggling to find the right laptop with best specs for online gaming, max budget 300 quid. Is this any good? Any recommendations?


​What games you thinking of running? This laptop has a 128gb SSD. While it'll be crazy fast at loading your games it'll be limiting the amount of games you can install
richk90
I'm struggling to find the right laptop with best specs for online gaming, max budget 300 quid. Is this any good? Any recommendations?
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Iiyama G-Master Black Hawk 27" 1ms Gaming Monitor £145.00 delivered @ CCL Online

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Not 144hz, but I think it's a good price for a 27" 1ms monitor. Supposed to have nice speakers too, and has a blue light reduction option. Edit: Should probably note it's 1080p Free delivery. 1% c…
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phillivingstone
I purchased this. Arrived yesterday. Has 1 stuck pixel. "needs to have 5 or more before they class it as defective".
I'm not happy. It also is started emitting a humming noise, temporarily.
It will go back, however, I feel an argument over who pays return collection fees.

Edited By: phillivingstone on Apr 15, 2016 09:29
nomnomnomnom
Broadsands
nomnomnomnom
Broadsands
Is it worth investing in a 4K monitor?
That's like asking if you should buy a car....
Do you need one? Can you drive it with enough GPU power? What will 4k offer you? Do you understand how scaling works on 4k?
It's not a simple answer because it depends on what you need and your preferences.
For most people, even many professionals, 1440p is the sweet spot and will be for a number of years.
Thanks - so does 1440p run on a 1080p monitor or does a 1440p monitor exist?!

A 1440p monitor has a screen resolution of 2560×1440. Think of it as being midway between 1080p and 4k and you won't be far wrong.

Loads of 1440p screens on the market, some of them very high end (144Hz+, G-sync / Freesync / IPS and TN both available).

If you're looking for a good midrange 1440p screen at a reasonable price, check out the Dell 2515H: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2515h.htm
Broadsands
nomnomnomnom
Broadsands
Is it worth investing in a 4K monitor?
That's like asking if you should buy a car....
Do you need one? Can you drive it with enough GPU power? What will 4k offer you? Do you understand how scaling works on 4k?
It's not a simple answer because it depends on what you need and your preferences.
For most people, even many professionals, 1440p is the sweet spot and will be for a number of years.

Thanks - so does 1440p run on a 1080p monitor or does a 1440p monitor exist?!
DragonChris
spritey
1080p at 27" - Ew.

I have to agree. I recently purchased a 1080p 24" monitor and to be honest, it's almost too much for the resolution.

In my opinion, 22" is the sweet spot for 1080 and for 27" 1440p would be much, MUCH better.

Speaking of which, does anyone have any recommendations for a 1440p 144Hz monitor sub £300? :D
ZaGaZ
the lg one at ccl is 140 and is IPS... better deal
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MSI AMD Radeon R9 380 GAMING 2GB Graphics Card £129.99 @ CCL

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Not a bad price for the MSI AMD Radeon R9 380 GAMING 2GB Graphics Card with FREE Ashes of the Singularity game. Yes it is only 2gb not 4gb but i cant see any other deals close to this for a decent br…
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tahir_owen
getting a feeling of deja vidia here....:p
tahir_owen
Ooooooooooooooo, good card. nice price, bit better than a 960... bit thirsty though, and it this price (even though cheapish) point might put some people of.

Although it's not VR ready, you could slap another one in crossfire. But not really the best combination really.

Welp, I read that wrong, it's not that thirsty afterall! still a bit more than a 960, but not by that much

http://media.bestofmicro.com/H/2/504758/gallery/Gaming_r_600x510.png
AMD drivers are much better now.... hey, it''s hard to find realiable staff these days!

Edited By: tahir_owen on Apr 03, 2016 22:27
BetaRomeo
Ferrari100
BetaRomeo
Ferrari100
aa_231
lucyferror
Not good for VR unfortunately
htc vive was reassessed and now a 280 is recommended
Async compute strikes again for AMD
:-)
Meanwhile for Nvidia it's still a GTX970 recommended.
Ahh, I'm so glad you're here. There's another reason we're all abandoning Nvidia, isn't there? You did suggest that you had some inside information about "big announcements" in March that would leave Nvidia high and dry, right?
Ferrari100
may I recommend selling it on before the middle of March when there will be some big announcements being made.
The second hand market will be flooded with Nvidia GPU's after that.
;-)
Ferrari100
Wait for the GDC conference in March before making up your mind for a future GPU and want facts.
Now, I like to think of myself as both fairly up-to-date on graphics tech, and a keen shopper. However, not only did I apparently miss these "big announcements", but I haven't seen all of these used Nvidia cards flooding the market. What exactly is it that I have missed?
The cynic in me wonders if you were just inventing something - anything - to forestall someone from buying a Nvidia card! Surely that's not the case? :{
Perhaps you should finally respond to Nate1492's comment:
Nate1492
"You keep using this word "facts" about things that haven't happened yet. You honestly do not know what the word "fact" means here.
Every NVIDIA thread you come into and talk about some mythical future event related to AMD.
At one point, you told people to wait for the Crimson drivers because they'd offer a huge performance boost. That was a lie/incorrect guess.http://www.anandtech.com/show/9811/amd-crimson-driver-overview/5
At one point you claimed the 300 line would be a massive upgrade compared to the 970.
The 300 series has not panned out.
Honestly, you make so many bold AMD claims that have never came to fruition. Why should we trust what you say about future AMD events? You've offered no proof and have no track record of your claims working out!
Because, to my eyes at least, it seems that you've just been sharing false information yet again.
Eriously though, you spend that much time on me. I'm flattered. Lol
Yes, I'm completely erious.
What happened at GDC last month that meant we should all abandon Nvidia?

(By the way, if you think it takes a long time to hit ctrl-D, and later copy/paste some text, it's possible that you may be experiencing some driver issues? Only takes me a couple of seconds.)
Ferrari100
BetaRomeo
Ferrari100
BetaRomeo
Ferrari100
aa_231
lucyferror
Not good for VR unfortunately
htc vive was reassessed and now a 280 is recommended
Async compute strikes again for AMD
:-)
Meanwhile for Nvidia it's still a GTX970 recommended.
Ahh, I'm so glad you're here. There's another reason we're all abandoning Nvidia, isn't there? You did suggest that you had some inside information about "big announcements" in March that would leave Nvidia high and dry, right?
Ferrari100
may I recommend selling it on before the middle of March when there will be some big announcements being made.
The second hand market will be flooded with Nvidia GPU's after that.
;-)
Ferrari100
Wait for the GDC conference in March before making up your mind for a future GPU and want facts.
Now, I like to think of myself as both fairly up-to-date on graphics tech, and a keen shopper. However, not only did I apparently miss these "big announcements", but I haven't seen all of these used Nvidia cards flooding the market. What exactly is it that I have missed?
The cynic in me wonders if you were just inventing something - anything - to forestall someone from buying a Nvidia card! Surely that's not the case? :{
Perhaps you should finally respond to Nate1492's comment:
Nate1492
"You keep using this word "facts" about things that haven't happened yet. You honestly do not know what the word "fact" means here.
Every NVIDIA thread you come into and talk about some mythical future event related to AMD.
At one point, you told people to wait for the Crimson drivers because they'd offer a huge performance boost. That was a lie/incorrect guess.http://www.anandtech.com/show/9811/amd-crimson-driver-overview/5
At one point you claimed the 300 line would be a massive upgrade compared to the 970.
The 300 series has not panned out.
Honestly, you make so many bold AMD claims that have never came to fruition. Why should we trust what you say about future AMD events? You've offered no proof and have no track record of your claims working out!
Because, to my eyes at least, it seems that you've just been sharing false information yet again.
Eriously though, you spend that much time on me. I'm flattered. Lol
Yes, I'm completely erious.
What happened at GDC last month that meant we should all abandon Nvidia?

Good for you.

Lets take a look at how Nvidia continue to mess up this years drivers for their GPU's
The last three months they can't even get that right. Not even paid marketers/Astro turfers are able to stop the truth about poor drivers.

http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/40364-nvidia-geforce-364-72-drivers-come-with-plenty-of-issues
seanmorris100
I love low spec grapbics card arguments.
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Sumvision Cyclone Android X8 4K Octa-Core Smart Android Player - (AVD0706) £44.98 + £2.99 del @ ccl online £47.97

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£2.99 Delivery Octa-core media player Utilising the latest Rockchip 64-bit 1.5Ghz Octa-core CPU, the 8 core CPU now boasts with even better multi-tasking abilities and faster processing speeds. The
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finnmaccool
centaurandrew
happy tourist
centaurandrew
mastin
You cannot enjoy full potential of these boxes when they only have 1 gig of ram. I do not know why the manufacturers continue to do this & ruin their boxes for the sake of a pence pence worth of hardware.
Any recommendations on a 2 gig box?
I've got a Beelink M18 which is solid and fast and would recommend it. I've just ordered a really cheap S905 with 2g ram and 8gb rom for £26 from Gearbest to see what it is like after AndyRoyd pointed it out, but seems some spec for the cash: http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_334005.html

Yeah I've just gone for that one too!


​would this play flash and allow me to watch TV player.com? my LG TV won't support the site through its browser
centaurandrew
happy tourist
centaurandrew
mastin
You cannot enjoy full potential of these boxes when they only have 1 gig of ram. I do not know why the manufacturers continue to do this & ruin their boxes for the sake of a pence pence worth of hardware.
Any recommendations on a 2 gig box?
I've got a Beelink M18 which is solid and fast and would recommend it. I've just ordered a really cheap S905 with 2g ram and 8gb rom for £26 from Gearbest to see what it is like after AndyRoyd pointed it out, but seems some spec for the cash: http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_334005.html

Yeah I've just gone for that one too!
happy tourist
centaurandrew
mastin
You cannot enjoy full potential of these boxes when they only have 1 gig of ram. I do not know why the manufacturers continue to do this & ruin their boxes for the sake of a pence pence worth of hardware.
Any recommendations on a 2 gig box?
I've got a Beelink M18 which is solid and fast and would recommend it. I've just ordered a really cheap S905 with 2g ram and 8gb rom for £26 from Gearbest to see what it is like after AndyRoyd pointed it out, but seems some spec for the cash: http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_334005.html
AndyRoyd
Inquisitor
AndyRoyd
To best of my knowledge the Sumvision X8 does not have bluetooth and any RK3368-based box does not support 10bit x265, and certainly mine does not. 10bit is def supported by S905-based boxes.
centaurandrew
Any recommendations on a 2 gig box?
If you're OK with Gearbest shipping items from China, best value by significant margin is the S905-based £26 Mini M8S http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_334005.html . If the slow boat doesn't impress, 2GB options ex-UK start in low-mid £40s delivered, examples: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/162007978988 or check fulfilled Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CE8K2BW/ or http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0191LNFSC/ . UK stock is volatile at this pricepoint.
Thanks for the links. Any alternatives to Mini M8s? (which are better spec but bigger?) I don't need it to be small, I'm slightly concerned on heat issues.
I've had three variants of S905 box (including two that use identical-looking case to Mini M8S) and not had any heat issues, although watching a few vids and browsing is hardly taxing. Some S905s use a metal case which I assume may be beneficial, although the heat dissipation to the case may be more important, or just the internal heatsink / general design. The T95 has "metallic material" case (2GB version £53 http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01ANJI4A0/) and one of the earlier K series S905s definitely had metal case but can't remember which one (but it had near-unique 12V supply rather than 5V so a tailored keyword Google search may help identify it). The MXV+ is stated to have an aluminium case but please check (1GB £35 http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/191823538143, can't immediately find a 2GB version).
Maybe look at S905 reviews at Cnx-Software as heat dissipation / temperature observations are often included, example: http://www.cnx-software.com/2015/12/04/beelink-mini-mx-review/
Inquisitor
AndyRoyd
To best of my knowledge the Sumvision X8 does not have bluetooth and any RK3368-based box does not support 10bit x265, and certainly mine does not. 10bit is def supported by S905-based boxes.
centaurandrew
Any recommendations on a 2 gig box?
If you're OK with Gearbest shipping items from China, best value by significant margin is the S905-based £26 Mini M8S http://www.gearbest.com/tv-box-mini-pc/pp_334005.html . If the slow boat doesn't impress, 2GB options ex-UK start in low-mid £40s delivered, examples: http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/162007978988 or check fulfilled Amazon http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01CE8K2BW/ or http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0191LNFSC/ . UK stock is volatile at this pricepoint.

Thanks for the links. Any alternatives to Mini M8s? (better spec but bigger?) I don't need it to be small, I'm slightly concerned on heat issues.

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Intel 535 Series 2.5" 480GB SSD (5 Year Warranty) £107.98 @ cclonline

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SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 540MB/s Read, 490MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 48000 4K IOPS Write: 37000 The Intel SSD 535 Series combines quality, performance, and low power consumption for out…
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For anyone wants Intel of smaller size 120GB and cheaper here it is
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/intel-535-series-120gb-2-5-sata-6gb-s-7mm-solid-state-hard-drive-oem-35-38-delivered-2424263
http://images.novatech.co.uk/intel-ssdsc2bw120h601.jpg


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Doogeh
ibz100
What would make you want to buy this over the usual Sandisk 480GB deals that turn up on here?


​A great deal. For starters Intel guarantee that you can read your data off the device even when the drive has failed.

Intel ssds are simply the best... use them at work on virtual servers with huge drive loads/queues.
shwany7
its £107.98 now :D
Neil_
terayon00
no1son
shwany7
Hot deal, although am not familiar with this company, any feedback please
​I live 5 minutes form this company and have bought hundreds of things off them over the last 10 years, personal I have never head a single problem.
I think a quick Google of reviews should give you a good idea how big and how long they have been going.
I live about 10 minutes from this company and bought lots of stuff from them. Never had a problem with service. They have been going for years and years.
Bizarrely I live about 20 minutes from this company and built my first PC with parts from them about 15 years ago. Have used them on and off ever since and not had a single problem with them.
RS_67
uktay
RS_67
Dunno. Check the numbers. I'm not going to because I've probably wasted 5 years of my life reading reviews.
Ditto the wasted 5 years reading reviews, wasn't live so much easier when you just went out and brought something :)

Yes! When I spent about a week looking at RAM timings once I knew it had to stop.
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MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 Gaming Laptop from CCL £799.99 inc VAT Save £100.

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MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 Gaming Laptop Includes a FREE MSI Warranty extension Intel Core i7 6700HQ 2.7GHz Enormous 16GB Memory GeForce GTX 960M Graphics Optical Drive: DVD Enormous 1TB Hard…
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With settings at low you may manage 30fps with those games and the i5 and gtx940m
Hoping you may be able to help me out.
What's the best (new) 17.3 inch laptop/specs I can get for gaming for max £500-550 ?
Trying to find something that plays BF4 decently at least.
(At least 30FPS on high if possible)
Looking for one with a 1600x900 resolution as 1920x1280 may
be unnecessarily and disproportionately taxing on performance while 900p is fine for me personally.


You are probably best going to pcspecialist or similar. Play around with their laptop builder on site. Notebookcheck will show you the processor and gfx capabilities.
Frankonline
CCL are now offering it as a clearance item at £849.98. Save £50.01.
http://www.cclonline.com/product/198256/9S7-179553-266/Laptops/MSI-GP72-6QF-266UK-Leopard-Pro-17-3-Windows-10-i7-6700HQ/1TB/16GB/6-Cell/GTX-960M-/NOT02218/
Sorry I can't advise you Andrew, I'm neither a gaming nor a laptop expert, hoping someone else looks in to help.
theTrueFocus11
andrewborland182

With settings at low you may manage 30fps with those games and the i5 and gtx940m
Hoping you may be able to help me out.
What's the best (new) 17.3 inch laptop/specs I can get for gaming for max £500-550 ?
Trying to find something that plays BF4 decently at least.
(At least 30FPS on high if possible)
Looking for one with a 1600x900 resolution as 1920x1280 may
be unnecessarily and disproportionately taxing on performance while 900p is fine for me personally.
Frankonline
Price has gone back up to £899.
Garnett
ganon
carnificos
This isn't too bad. I got a i7 5700hq, 970m, 8gb ram, 128 gb ssd 1tb hdd for £650 a few weeks back.

Wow what a deal. From where please?


​I'm guessing he got it on his way back from his holiday in Elevenerife.
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BenQ GW2760HS 27" Full HD VA LED Monitor £139.61 delivered @ CCL Computers

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Built to bring you the ultimate personal visual entertainment, the BenQ GW2760HS is certainly one of a kind! Featuring the slim bezel, flicker-free backlight, speakers, 3000:1 native contrast, 20M:1 d…
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MaximusRo
I had 2 of these side by side for about a year, at this price, just buy, they are excellent if you like good contrast and beautiful colors for office, programming, movies. If you are a hard core gamer, you know better than me what you need
How about photo editing, do you think these monitors have good enough colour quality for that too?
Without a doubt, these are true 8 bit panels.
You can't go wrong with them.
NightVision23
MaximusRo
I had 2 of these side by side for about a year, at this price, just buy, they are excellent if you like good contrast and beautiful colors for office, programming, movies. If you are a hard core gamer, you know better than me what you need

How about photo editing, do you think these monitors have good enough colour quality for that too?
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speculatrix
I bought one of these for my son, he uses it with his PC and his Xbone.

Picture quality is good, viewing angle good. 1080p is a little low for so large a monitor when used with a PC at a normal distance, but great as a substitute TV (hard to get a good quality 27" TV with 1080p).

It carries sound over HDMI, and the built-in speakers are passable, it has aheadphone socket (to which I connected external speakers).


​I gave my bone to a dog, but doesn't fit with monitor though.
PsychoSonny
basergorkobal
PsychoSonny
basergorkobal
No good for gaming due to lag though.
Would consider it if the panel was faster.
hahahahhaha
it has like 7ms of lag. most gaming tv's have around 40ms and are fine.
you don't know what your talking about
I'm going by what I read in a review at tftcentral. And I'm not comparing it to a TV but IPS monitors etc. The fact you don't understand my argument don't make it right or wrong. Only proves your ignorance.

The fact you don't understand the review is worrying.

Let me help ;-)

Lag Classification

To help in this section we will also introduce a broader classification system for these results to help categorise each screen as one of the following levels:

Class 1) Less than 16ms / 1 frame lag - should be fine for gamers, even at high levels

Class 2) A lag of 16 - 32ms / One to two frames - moderate lag but should be fine for many gamers. Caution advised for serious gaming and FPS

Class 3) A lag of more than 32ms / more than 2 frames - Some noticeable lag in daily usage, not suitable for high end gaming


Int he real world though is 2 frames of lag going to matter at 32ms. Nope because game skill is the most important factor. Then you have internet lag too, etc.

Total Display Lag (SMTT 2)

8.3

Pixel Response Time Element

5.45

Estimated Signal Processing Lag

2.85

Lag Classification

1



Class 1



So they put it under Class 1 let me just remind you what class 1 means again from the top;

Class 1) Less than 16ms / 1 frame lag - should be fine for gamers, even at high levels

Fine for gamers even at high levels.

So even if your the mackadaddy of online gaming this monitors miniscule amount of lag is going to make no difference to something with zero lag.
basergorkobal
PsychoSonny
basergorkobal
No good for gaming due to lag though.
Would consider it if the panel was faster.
hahahahhaha
it has like 7ms of lag. most gaming tv's have around 40ms and are fine.
you don't know what your talking about
I'm going by what I read in a review at tftcentral. And I'm not comparing it to a TV but IPS monitors etc. The fact you don't understand my argument don't make it right or wrong. Only proves your ignorance.
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Samsung EVO 850 2.5" 500GB SATA III SSD Get Tom Clancy's The Division FREE with this Samsung SSD! £129.98 @ CCL

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Samsung EVO 850 2.5" 500GB SATA III SSD Get Tom Clancy's The Division FREE {UPLAY} with this Samsung SSD! 500GB 2.5" SATA III Max Read: 540MB/s Max Write: 520MB/s 4K IOPS Read: 98000…
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Thefajitakid123
Pc world unhelpful desk just called back. They reckon that samsung didnt tell them about the offer and so its tough sh*t. BEWARE!

UPDATE: spent a couple of days hassling PC World on facebook and twitter, and have eventually got them to send a uplay key

Edited By: Thefajitakid123 on Mar 22, 2016 12:48: Update
Thefajitakid123
Just had mine delivered. Pc world denying all knowledge if the offer. Great.
mmk1125
did you have any issue claiming division with buying from pcworld? i read from samsung website it says the retailer needs to take your email address and they will email ubisoft
stevenfeeney
ukle
£5 cheaper at PCWorld and also should qualify, but PCWorlds webpage doesn't mention it. Might be worth an email / webchat to see if it does.http://www.pcworld.co.uk/gbuk/computing-accessories/components-and-upgrades/internal-data-storage/samsung-850-evo-2-5-internal-ssd-500-gb-10116701-pdt.html
T&C's for offer - http://www.samsung.com/uk/offer/ssdclaimyourfreecopy/
Participating retailers:
Maplin
Scan
Dabs
Ebuyer
Overclockers
CCL
Novatech
PC Specialist
PC World
Currys

Thanks for this - ordered for £124 Click and Collect. I saw some forum disagreements about the EVO versus the PRO but I think the leap from standard disk to EVO SSD will be massive and I don't need a PRO.

Thanks for the heads up on PC World.
mercutio98uk
The price of SSD's in general seems to be slowly heading north at the moment. Keep in mind that 1TB went for £142 at the start of the year (not black friday but it WAS just a random "good offer" on I think a sandisk ultra 3 so.... not THE best SSD either but gives a decent benchmark price). There were plenty of £80 for 500GB and £40 for 250GB deals too.

Currently it seems to be about:
250 for £50
500 for £80-100 (only the V300 which is dire seems to be available at the bottom end of this, most are 90+)
1Tb for £180-200

So prices are up around... 20% since the start of the year. Keep it in mind when buying and supply/demand will see better deals we can all jump on :)

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MSI GP72 Leopard Pro 17.3" Core i7 6700 16gb gtx960m 2gb ... £799.98 @ CCL

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Hey! I been looking at laptops to buy for the last week. I come across this MSI and think its a pretty good deal :) + free MSI gaming bundle. I see a MSI 970m on hotukdeals recently listed at £200 mor…
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Hootwo
I don't think laptops are ideal for gaming computers. Small cases making air intakes small meaning heat dissipation more difficult. Desktops for gaming computers for me. For a laptop, I would not want a 960M due to the noise of the fan and without the gaming it would not be needed
The same money will buy a better gaming desktop, which is upgradable too, but it won't be portable and can't be put away when not in use.

That said, my son was playing Crysis happily on all settings except AA which was one setting down, using an Asus G750JX, i7 4700HQ and GTX770M - which is about the same perf. as a GTX960M.

I couldn't hear the fans at all - it was quieter than my gaming desktop.

Edited By: Hootwo on Mar 02, 2016 21:36
TurboMelon
TurboMelon
HugoLuca
Cold voters please give some comments why ... Because i'm seriously considering buying this tech and would like to know comparisons and comments :)


​Dell sell the 15.6 inch Inspiron 7559, same processor, better gfx card (4gb as opposed to this 2gb one) for £750. Less if you haggle with sales. I got mine for £699 delivered. Worth the sacrifice of 1.7 inches of screen IMHO.


​You also get 8gb of RAM with the Dell as opposed to 16gb here. But an 8gig stick to add on top will only cost you £35ish quid. So you're looking at £735 max for a higher spec, smaller screen laptop.
TurboMelon
HugoLuca
Cold voters please give some comments why ... Because i'm seriously considering buying this tech and would like to know comparisons and comments :)


​Dell sell the 15.6 inch Inspiron 7559, same processor, better gfx card (4gb as opposed to this 2gb one) for £750. Less if you haggle with sales. I got mine for £699 delivered. Worth the sacrifice of 1.7 inches of screen IMHO.
philb100
I've been looking at laptops like this. I'm not a gamer but want something to do 3D and graphics work on. Is this type of thing a good choice for that or is this overkill and is there something better to go for?
educassol
HugoLuca
Cold voters please give some comments why ... Because i'm seriously considering buying this tech and would like to know comparisons and comments :)


Hi

Sorry the mistakes, I don't speak english. I paid £766 for a returned Dell laptop (returned, not refurbished). Alienware 17 R2 core i7 4720 gtx 970m 16gb ram, 1tb 7200 rpm, 1080p screen, alienware graphic amplifier port (you can fit a desktop graphic Card to use the laptop screen or others monitors). You can try on Dell outlet website but you need patience. If you want it asap, matar the msi is a good option.
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Asus Z170a & Asus GTX 980ti with Tom Clancy: The Division & Farcry: Primal £666.94 @ CCL Online

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Lowtrawler
it's just about a deal, they cost about £680 when bought separately on Amazon. However, this is a high end graphics card and the Board is mid-level. Why would you pair the 2? Clearly if you are building a machine today, the card is a good choice but Pascal is less than 3 months away. If the rumoured improvements are anything like true, the 980Ti will drop in price like a stone.
jamb0jamie
why the negative comments? heat from me
waylonolivier
Bad good deal
JimBobJr
polarbaba
can I overclock my celeron with this :)
No because celerons arent socket lga 1151
polarbaba
can I overclock my celeron with this :)
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MSI Z170 Carbon RGB Motherboard with Free NZXT HUE+ RGB Lighting Kit £124.99 Delivered @ CCL (£50 Saving)

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Saw the one at Box but they don't have anymore. CCL next cheapest with free delivery. The HUE+ is amazing and worth about £50 so a nice bit of kit free with the MSI board. The board looks to be cool
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whoop_de_do_basil
thanks jimmy, I spent hours in the end trawling through everything. I went for the 660k in the end but was a bit put off by people saying it gets hot and apparently consumes way more power than the 6500 (maybe when overclocking?) and mainly dabs who were the same prices as amazon but offered cash back through tab.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B0134EW7G8/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
https://www.dabs.com/products/core-i5-6600k-3-50ghz-6th-gen-skylake-cpu-BH1V.html
https://www.dabs.com/products/geforce-gtx-960-gaming-4gb-gddr5-twinfrozr-v-B66Z.html
https://www.dabs.com/products/600w-white-80--psu-BFPV.html
https://www.dabs.com/products/air-series-120mm-quiet-edition-high-airflow-fan-af120-949B.html
https://www.dabs.com/products/high-performance-thermal-paste-2g-86PB.html


Edited By: whoop_de_do_basil on Feb 15, 2016 11:05
JimmyLevvy2
whoop_de_do_basil
can you guys recomend a good gaming set up built arround this board please.
was thinking about the memmory posted the other day?http://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-Vengeance-Performance-Desktop-Memory/dp/B00S51XHUQ/ref=pd_sim_147_1?ie=UTF8&dpID=41QxbF39HJL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_&refRID=0PYEGYXAQDZXMWKYB3XV
grahics card, processer, psu.
I think i can use my old corsair case but not sure the fittings are the same for coolmaster heatsink?
thanks
Depends what games you intend to play and what resolution you wish to play said games at. I'll presume 1080-1440p for now:

MB: MSI Z170 Carbon
CPU: 6600K
RAM: 16GB DDR4 2666 to 3000MHz (sweet-spot for performance/price with Skylake)
VGA: GTX 970 (may as well go with MSI's Gaming 4G version to match the board)
PSU: 500-550W will be fine something like https://www.overclockers.co.uk/seasonic-m12ii-520-evo-520w-80-plus-bronze-power-supply-ca-051-ss.html

Then storage wise up to you really. Personally I'd like a 256GB Samsung 950 PRO M.2 SSD to slot into the motherboard M.2 slot and then a SSHD for storage.
whoop_de_do_basil
can you guys recomend a good gaming set up built arround this board please.
was thinking about the memmory posted the other day?
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-Vengeance-Performance-Desktop-Memory/dp/B00S51XHUQ/ref=pd_sim_147_1?ie=UTF8&dpID=41QxbF39HJL&dpSrc=sims&preST=_AC_UL160_SR160%2C160_&refRID=0PYEGYXAQDZXMWKYB3XV
grahics card, processer, psu.
I think i can use my old corsair case but not sure the fittings are the same for coolmaster heatsink?
thanks
titchyyyyy
Got this from box.co.uk, amazing motherboard which is already running my 6600K at 4.8ghz, much much better than the budget boards elsewhere! Can't comment on the HUE+ as I've sold mine instantly for £45 on eBay, but heard it's pretty decent.
Crumbz
i think this is a cracking deal! thank you
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eastangliauk
I only do light gaming like Cities Sky Lines & The Sms 4.
Some video editing to.
Next thing to buy is the SDD which fits to my motherboard.

Edited By: eastangliauk on Feb 09, 2016 14:48
Lexeus
It looks like you have 3 sticks of 2gb there so I would say you are guaranteed to benefit when going from 6Gb to 16Gb of RAM, but as always, how great the benefit is depends on what you use your system for.

I haven't built a system with less than 8Gb of RAM for 10 years :)
bobo53
Metallifux
bobo53
Metallifux
Having not realised I could run my triple channel X58 in dual channel mode I have just bought this to take me from 6GB to 16GB.
I think they will still run in 3 channels, look at your manual which slot you should use. If it does not say nothing, try with the cpu-z for help until it will give the 3 channel set up. I know some motherboard would do it but not sure if all but I do not see why not.
It's triple I'm trying to avoid as I would lose the 4th stick. Technically I could run 3 with my original 6GB for 18GB in triple but that leaves me with the spare stick, and the timings are different.
if you use 4 slots, many MB's if not all would still do 3 channels and you make use of the full 16gb. Try on different slots and check with the cpuz to confirm that you might be able to get the 3 channels with 4 sticks. going to test my gigabyte MB soon and confirm. Never run different ram together, if they run ok does not mean that you getting the best speeds etc...


Edited By: bobo53 on Feb 09, 2016 20:27: dd
Metallifux
bobo53
Metallifux
Having not realised I could run my triple channel X58 in dual channel mode I have just bought this to take me from 6GB to 16GB.
I think they will still run in 3 channels, look at your manual which slot you should use. If it does not say nothing, try with the cpu-z for help until it will give the 3 channel set up. I know some motherboard would do it but not sure if all but I do not see why not.

It's triple I'm trying to avoid as I would lose the 4th stick. Technically I could run 3 with my original 6GB for 18GB in triple but that leaves me with the spare stick, and the timings are different.
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MSI Z170A Gaming motherboard a FREE copy of Rainbow Six Siege and a Cooler Master V8 CPU Fan! @ CCLonline £149.95 (£129.95 after cashback)

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Seems like a pretty good deal. A crossfire/sli mobo + Rainbow 6 siege (£25 + value) and a Coolermaster V8 Cooler (£60+ Value) for 149.95, The price is even lower with cashback at £20.
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Smosekum
This looks like a great deal
Currently have an Asus P685D-X for my 950 i7
How do MSI & Gigabyte rate on reliability & features vs Asus?
I refuse to but ASRock...
Would be interested, as I am working on my new build.
Can I sell my Rainbow Six on Ebay, not really a gamer, just need a top PC for encoding and running simultaneous apps
The Nvidia Shield TV is more appealing to get into some gaming for me


Edited By: Smosekum on Feb 12, 2016 07:07
persianrug
I got this deal from Box, I've got it in my hands now, you need a case that allows 150mm and higher for a cpu cooler for this. I'll be getting a corsair 780t to fit these in.

You have to submit a cash back form 30-60 days after purchase. You cannot claim before.
For the rainbow six game you have to Register on msi with your motherboard and then select the rainbow six from promotions. It will give you a code to download from somewhere (I think it was Uplay or something like that)
robodan918
MSI
... no thanks
wolfy001
Anyone ever bought from this company? Any problems?
SnakeTbh
SRM_87
Looking to build a new rig but this full size atx board forces me to get a huge case (especially with that cpu cooler)
Need a compact build... Shame, I really want it :(
I have Full Atx + The MasterCooler V8 in a mid Case, the side panel just touches though it doesn't put pressure on it.
https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/SnakeTbh/builds/#view=3VNNnQ

Edited By: SnakeTbh on Feb 08, 2016 17:08
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HyperX Predator 16GB (4x 4GB) 1866MHz DDR3 RAM £54.98 @ CCL

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parsimony
Ditto above, £82.
talhaimam325
it's saying £82
pistolpete33
showing £82
whydoiwastemytimehere
rev6
whydoiwastemytimehere
rev6
whydoiwastemytimehere
Fine for me as my MB only supports upto 4GB slots but its got 6 of them tho.
Great Price so Heat Added
What motherboard/CPU?
Asus Extream
Which chipset?

X58 on P6X58D-E
rev6
whydoiwastemytimehere
rev6
whydoiwastemytimehere
Fine for me as my MB only supports upto 4GB slots but its got 6 of them tho.
Great Price so Heat Added
What motherboard/CPU?
Asus Extream

Which chipset?
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MSI GP62 2QD Leopard 15.6" Core i5 Gaming Laptop £599.00 @ CCL

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Reduced from £750 Been looking for a Gaming Laptop and this one caught my eye. Budget is around £500 to £600 and MSI seem to have a good reputation. Potential niggle that it's a 4th Gen i5, but wou…
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Marekj
The 940m is more of a nice addition if you can get it at a decent price, but certainly not the basis as a purchase for a gaming machine.
antonywhite37
dijital
keepitonthelow
NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB DDR3 VRAM not really gaming spec

Agreed, 50M series is the minimum 650M, 750M, 850M, 950M.

for 720p gaming anyway.


​To be fair this performs same as 750 and isn't a terrible performer just no good at this price point
linhang90
With £600 i's rather get an i7 one from eBay
dijital
keepitonthelow
NVIDIA GeForce 940M 2GB DDR3 VRAM not really gaming spec

Agreed, 50M series is the minimum 650M, 750M, 850M, 950M.

for 720p gaming anyway.
eripmav
carhandle
What would you guys recommend? 950M? 960?


For gaming? 960m minimum.
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ASUS H110I-PLUS (Mini ITX) Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £51.73 @ cclonline

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Seems like you have to pay out quite a bit at the moment for most 1151 mini itx motherboards that support ddr4 so thought this was a good deal for anyone looking to build a mini itx skylake build.
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wildcolor
treb
What motherboard mate? wouldnt mind one at that price ;)
wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
Tempting but need to get rid of previous build first....
Kindly advise how? I have too many computers/tablets
Well it started off as a motherboard on Amazon for £16 on here, then I found an all Aluminium cube case open box from Amazon for £25, £17 4GB RAM, already owned the PSU so just need to buy a decent video card. I'm hoping I can get rid for a small profit to fund doing something Mini ITX. Facebook groups seem the best way to get rid as no stupid fees.
And then I ended up buying a flipping microwave this morning for £79.99 (admitedly it was too good a deal and we DO need a new microwave at least!)
i mean how to get rid of old pc

Can't remember details, but I have 2. Depend on which one you want, mate? 8)
1> i7, 16GB Mem, 128GB SSD, 500 GB harddrive, ATI ??? 2GB, Zalman case
2> ASUS EeePC, atom???, 1GB Mem, 80GB harddrive
treb
What motherboard mate? wouldnt mind one at that price ;)

wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
Tempting but need to get rid of previous build first....
Kindly advise how? I have too many computers/tablets
Well it started off as a motherboard on Amazon for £16 on here, then I found an all Aluminium cube case open box from Amazon for £25, £17 4GB RAM, already owned the PSU so just need to buy a decent video card. I'm hoping I can get rid for a small profit to fund doing something Mini ITX. Facebook groups seem the best way to get rid as no stupid fees.
And then I ended up buying a flipping microwave this morning for £79.99 (admitedly it was too good a deal and we DO need a new microwave at least!)
i mean how to get rid of old pc
wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
Tempting but need to get rid of previous build first....
Kindly advise how? I have too many computers/tablets
Well it started off as a motherboard on Amazon for £16 on here, then I found an all Aluminium cube case open box from Amazon for £25, £17 4GB RAM, already owned the PSU so just need to buy a decent video card. I'm hoping I can get rid for a small profit to fund doing something Mini ITX. Facebook groups seem the best way to get rid as no stupid fees.
And then I ended up buying a flipping microwave this morning for £79.99 (admitedly it was too good a deal and we DO need a new microwave at least!)
i mean how to get rid of old pc
I know it was superfluous back story - like I said local Facebook for sale groups as no listing nor final value fees
Yes, you did. Don't use facebook a lot. Didn't know it actually has a place to sell sfuff. thought you could only sell it to your friends on facebook? .... do you have any example link?
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
Tempting but need to get rid of previous build first....
Kindly advise how? I have too many computers/tablets
Well it started off as a motherboard on Amazon for £16 on here, then I found an all Aluminium cube case open box from Amazon for £25, £17 4GB RAM, already owned the PSU so just need to buy a decent video card. I'm hoping I can get rid for a small profit to fund doing something Mini ITX. Facebook groups seem the best way to get rid as no stupid fees.
And then I ended up buying a flipping microwave this morning for £79.99 (admitedly it was too good a deal and we DO need a new microwave at least!)
i mean how to get rid of old pc

I know it was superfluous back story - like I said local Facebook for sale groups as no listing nor final value fees
wildcolor
Rich44
wildcolor
Rich44
Tempting but need to get rid of previous build first....
Kindly advise how? I have too many computers/tablets
Well it started off as a motherboard on Amazon for £16 on here, then I found an all Aluminium cube case open box from Amazon for £25, £17 4GB RAM, already owned the PSU so just need to buy a decent video card. I'm hoping I can get rid for a small profit to fund doing something Mini ITX. Facebook groups seem the best way to get rid as no stupid fees.
And then I ended up buying a flipping microwave this morning for £79.99 (admitedly it was too good a deal and we DO need a new microwave at least!)
i mean how to get rid of old pc
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Lenovo 15" i7 Laptop £548.21 delivered at CCL

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Seems a bargain to me for the following spec: i7 6500 8GB RAM 1TB HD Full HD 15" Screen Windows 10 Pro 64bit
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Timbo_UK
Son bought it, its actually a dual GPU. Intel for day to day stuff and a better Radeon R5 M330 for simple gaming.
T3chnoGuy
Lol not worth spending £548.
plap
linxus
"Integrated Intel HD Graphics" for 548P ... nooooo thank you !

Depends what you use it for, integrated graphics always suited me well -
I don't play games and integrated graphics never struggled with Full HD on both laptop screen and external monitor.

Intel HD520 is meant to decode 4k happily and play most games according to
http://laptoping.com/gpus/product/intel-hd-520-graphics-specs-reviews/

So IMHO it's a better deal (battery life of this processor is better than 4/5th gen) than older processors with a dedicated chip --> similar performance, but yea let's discuss... I don't own one of those
huangxq2
do not like any Lenovo B, G, Z series. Cheap laptops, bad quality.

Go for at least E, or U for ultrabook, or thinkpad.


People only look at the specs may think it is good value for money. But you do need to look into more.
1. B series, low end, not good quality.
2. the FHD screen, is TN panel, and a bad one. Do not simply think all FHD screen are good.
I would not recommend to buy this model, not at this price.

It would be better if you save the £550 and wait for something better. Something a lot better do not need to cost a lot more.

FYI, This laptop i5 FHD, 4GB, 1TB version is £420 on amazon





Edited By: huangxq2 on Jan 24, 2016 00:52: TYPO
linxus
"Integrated Intel HD Graphics" for 548P ... nooooo thank you !
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Crucial MX200 250GB M.2 SATA SSD £74.42 @ CCL

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250GB M.2 SATA SSD Max Read: 555MB/s Max Write: 500MB/s 4K IOPS Read: 100000 4K IOPS Write: 87000 3 Year Warranty
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Gkains
matthahnsmail

Yeah 100% correct. I'll be more careful in future posts. Very confusing standards

Yep. The reason I know this is because I looked into m.2 recently. I have an Elitebook 840 which can only take 2242 (despite there being enough space for 2260 but HP decided to place a permanent screw in the way!) and despite already having a 500GB main SSD was considering those 2242 120GB Transcends which are in the 30% of warehouse Amazon deal which would have brought them to about £34 but at £50+ they are too much for a spare backup drive.
matthahnsmail
Gkains
The OP forgot one very essential: the physical size.
This is a 2280 device so not suitable for laptops with 2242 or 2260 slots.
Unfortunately forgetting to mention the physicla size is rather common with m.2 deals, but then m.2 is probably the most confusing "standard" in a very long time.

Yeah 100% correct. I'll be more careful in future posts. Very confusing standards
Gkains
The OP forgot one very essential: the physical size.
This is a 2280 device so not suitable for laptops with 2242 or 2260 slots.

Unfortunately forgetting to mention the physicla size is rather common with m.2 deals, but then m.2 is probably the most confusing "standard" in a very long time.
matthahnsmail
Uncommon Sense
Well to be fair, regardless of this being SATA based m.2, if you only have an m.2 slot and not mSATA then this is a decent deal.
Exactly!
Uncommon Sense
Well to be fair, regardless of this being SATA based m.2, if you only have an m.2 slot and not mSATA then this is a decent deal.
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Back in stock!!
colgrigson
jamesha
colgrigson
jamesha
I see the point of these but using a tablet as a second display is more flexible? - I use Duet with an iPad connected via USB and it is really good. I know that this setup is +£££££ than this deal but maybe a similar thing could be achieved with a cheaper Windows or Android tablet?
I think if I bought a 17" tablet I wouldn't find it much use as a tablet as it would be too big, so not sure I follow your logic
Hi, sorry if you thought I was being negative. Using an iPad as a second screen works well for me but I can totally see the benefit of a 17" screen. How do you find the power usage - does it drain your laptop battery really quickly. Voted hot and very tempted - my iPad is suddenly looking a bit small!


I can't comment on the laptop drain as I always have it plugged in, sorry
jamesha
colgrigson
jamesha
I see the point of these but using a tablet as a second display is more flexible? - I use Duet with an iPad connected via USB and it is really good. I know that this setup is +£££££ than this deal but maybe a similar thing could be achieved with a cheaper Windows or Android tablet?
I think if I bought a 17" tablet I wouldn't find it much use as a tablet as it would be too big, so not sure I follow your logic

Hi, sorry if you thought I was being negative. Using an iPad as a second screen works well for me but I can totally see the benefit of a 17" screen. How do you find the power usage - does it drain your laptop battery really quickly. Voted hot and very tempted - my iPad is suddenly looking a bit small!
colgrigson
jamesha
I see the point of these but using a tablet as a second display is more flexible? - I use Duet with an iPad connected via USB and it is really good. I know that this setup is +£££££ than this deal but maybe a similar thing could be achieved with a cheaper Windows or Android tablet?

I think if I bought a 17" tablet I wouldn't find it much use as a tablet as it would be too big, so not sure I follow your logic
jamesha
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ASUS MAXIMUS VIII RANGER Intel Socket 1151 £131.58 delivered at CCL Online

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i think this is a very good price for this Mobo seller @ cclonline free delivery Socket 1151 Chipset Type: Intel Z170 6 X SATA & 8 X USB Ports DDR4 (max 64GB, 4 slots) HDMI and Display Port ATX For…
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To those thinking about buying skylake, please read this first.

http://www.bit-tech.net/news/hardware/2016/01/11/intel-skylake-crash-erratum/1
guessswho
JimmyLevvy2
Cold. Cashback had finished. See your OP.

ouch sorry my bad should have paid more attention

can a admin please remove cash back 131.58 might still be cheapest online i guess

Edited By: guessswho on Jan 16, 2016 18:51
JimmyLevvy2
Cold. Cashback had finished. See your OP.
guessswho
Rangerblade
Again, cash back price is not what you pay today.....

what difference does that make ? £111.58 is what you will end up paying

Edited By: guessswho on Jan 16, 2016 18:46