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WD Blue 160GB 7200rpm 3.5inch internal HDD Refurbished £9.99, £12.98 Delivered @ CCLonline

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drives going so low!! professionally refurbished works as new. £9.99 collection!! WD Blue is vey reliable drive.
kamy786rulz Avatar3d, 13h agoFound 3 days, 13 hours ago9 Comments
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I like the way you say "WD Blue is vey reliable drive".

If this was the case, how comes these drives have failed and now need to be "professionally refurbished"?
M0nk3h
Cattle
Just "no" and on so many levels.
And why exactly?
Had too many WD's fail on me.
IDE was 10 years ago.
Cheaper here (don't do it I'm not encouraging you just giving an example and am not responsible for you buying it) £6.99 used free delivery https://www.amazon.co.uk/Generic-Hard-Disk-Drive-160GB/dp/B006YOZ9XE/ref=aag_m_pw_dp?ie=UTF8&m=A27ZG8M0LU4VTL

Or

£10.15 free delivery for new drive. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B000RT77I2/ref=pd_lpo_sbs_dp_ss_3?pf_rd_p=569136327&pf_rd_s=lpo-top-stripe&pf_rd_t=201&pf_rd_i=B006Z4IRT6&pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_r=JW361WABYZ05WJS3HK52

My bad! the above are sata.
https://www.amazon.co.uk/Generic-Hard-Disk-Drive-160GB/dp/B000OUI8OQ/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1469122511&sr=1-1&keywords=ide+hard+drive is IDE but £11.92 (guessing that's for Prime only but you get the idea).

Edited By: Cattle on Jul 21, 2016 18:37: Correction!
Cattle
Just "no" and on so many levels.

And why exactly?
Just "no" and on so many levels.
If you've got an old machine that only takes IDE drives, then this is a good price for drives that are getting harder to find. I've got a few ancient machines like this that I need to keep running for some of my workshop equipment.

An SSD with an IDE to SATA bridge/converter board is going to cost around three times as much as this deal, and the performance of the SSD will be completely wasted. Chances are a machine old enough to use this type of drive will also have an operating system that won't fully support an SSD.
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Edimax N300 Range Extender (Access Point and Bridge) Back in stock with CCL Online £9.32 (£2.99 1st class delivery)

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The Edimax EW-7438RPn Mini Wi-Fi Extender is a Wi-Fi extender with built-in power adapter in a compact design which can be plugged directly into an electrical outlet. The ES-7438RPn Mini comes with an…
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Petetobin
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Ah - I was a bit confused by that question!
Loathecliff
Petetobin
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Oh :(
Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.
Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago :(
In answer to the question you thought you were asking, I have run a Power Line wifi adapter at the end of a 50m cable extender very successfully. This is what you need

TP-LINK TL-WPA4220KIT AV500 Powerline 300 M Wi-Fi Extender/Wi-Fi Booster/Hotspot with Two Ethernet Ports, Starter Kit/Twin Pack (Easy Configuration, Wi-Fi Clone for Smartphone/Tablets/Laptop) https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00DHB2T44/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_LoiLxb7QXBKHQ

Edited By: Petetobin on Jul 24, 2016 10:02
Petetobin
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.

Oh :(
Thxs. No, I didn't know. I get thoroughly confused by these things.

Loathecliff, at the leading edge of pcm tech. ..... 40 yrs ago :(
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
You do know it's not a Power Line unit don't you? It will only work at the end of a 30m extension if it can still pick up your wifi signal.
Loathecliff
Has anyone ever tried one of these extenders at the end of a 30m. extension lead? -- Did it work?
Mains or ethernet lead, it should work fine with either.
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ASRock DeskMini 110 Barebone PC - £129.76 @ CCLOnline

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Another new variation on the Mini PC that seems to have a lot of scope for choice as to what to put inside. The Mini Socket Technology Extended (Mini-STX) form factor adds the flexibility to support
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76zedfour
i dont understand what this is.
Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?

Yes it is a barebones system but where some NUC's and similar devices allow additional RAM or maybe a HDD/SSD, this one allows a greater range of things, including CPU.

More flexibility in a small box.
76zedfour
i dont understand what this is.
Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?


​yes
reddit


​yes
i dont understand what this is.
Is it basically a case with a motherboard fitted and you have to supply the cpu, ram and hard disk?
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Edimax N300 range extender with network port (supports Access point and Bridge modes also) £9.32 at CCL Online please add £2.99 for 1st class delivery - £12.31

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The Edimax EW-7438RPn Mini Wi-Fi Extender is a Wi-Fi extender with built-in power adapter in a compact design which can be plugged directly into an electrical outlet. The ES-7438RPn Mini comes with an…
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just ordered 2. heat added :)
Back in stock with CCL Online
linhang90
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.


Dont have to get a branded one,they all 300mps
linhang90
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.

They seem about £15 on eBay.
Whats the big deal.. Go on ebay,get one delivered for about £8.
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Transcend MTS400 64GB 42mm M.2 SSD - £26.90 + 95p Delivery @ CCL £27.85

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Enough space to get an OS on and small enough to fit into the most miserly M.2 slots. I got this to dual-boot my work laptop (HP EliteBook 840) and it works a treat :)
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back in stock
bbbazman
Heh!...enough space for an OS.

A far cry from my Amstrad 1512.
http://www.old-computers.com/museum/photos/amstrad_pc1512_2s.jpg


​You had a colour one, you must of been minted.
bbbazman
Heh!...enough space for an OS.
A far cry from my Amstrad 1512.http://www.old-computers.com/museum/photos/amstrad_pc1512_2s.jpg
Looks nothing like Far Cry :p
Heh!...enough space for an OS.

A far cry from my Amstrad 1512.
http://www.old-computers.com/museum/photos/amstrad_pc1512_2s.jpg
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Palit GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Founders Edition (Open Box) - £389.00 @ CCL

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Open box but includes full warranty. Great price for a Founders Edition card
lloydwes Avatar1m, 1d agoFound 1 month, 1 day ago3 Comments
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open box = coil whine?
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MSI B150M BAZOOKA + Total War: Warhammer - £66.61 Delivered @ CCL (£40 Saving)

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OK this has grabbed my attention! Albeit a B150 motherboard for Skylake CPUs, it's still a bloody good deal with the new Total War: Warhammer game free. The game is £40 alone on Steam. Just launched
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Warhammer is incredible. Best Total War game in my view. I'm sure in a few months with mods it will be even better
warhammer sell for £28+ on G2A
Nice... I have a MSI Mortar and it is a good job. Unfortunately I bought mine in April so not redeemable against this promo :'( I got jack sod-all for registering mine (aside from "exclusive" 3 month access to WTF which is of no use...)
JimmyLevvy2

Oops I see it now, my bad .
Good deal! Heat :D
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Picked mine up yesterday absolutely fine, looking for the copper one today and they have pulled it from the site
#blessed
Best getting lunar as above post said.
:)
This doesn't have the grips that the Lunar controllers and new improved ones will have. I'd wait unless you absolutely need this design.
Unless you really need it now I would suggest you wait for the new and improved version which will also have bluetooth which will allow you to connect it to other devices as well.
avoid- I have just returned my dusk after about 2 weeks of use the inside mechanics are made of nothing but crisps- save up and buy a elite unless you just like the look of it. big disappointment.
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Zalman M1 Black Mini Tower Case £14.72 + £2.99 del @ CCL

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Seems really cheap for a decent quality case, not sure why. Around £25 elsewhere mITX motherboard support only. - Agharta
JimBobJr Avatar1m, 2d agoFound 1 month, 2 days ago16 Comments
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That actually looks like a really well set out case. If only it were mATX :-(
karlos1980
In have this case, i5-4590 on a mATX board and a Mahussive Radeon R9-290X graphics card in there. Fits nicely. Great value for the money!



You sure you Gabe this one then? This does not support matx
CivilDrone
one of the worst cases. fits ITX but is massive. probably bigger than some ATX cases. returned the same day.



Not it's fault, you should have checked the dimensions before you bought it :D
one of the worst cases. fits ITX but is massive. probably bigger than some ATX cases. returned the same day.
Holy that's cheap! Is the case good quality?
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Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 G1 Gaming 8GB £410.54 CCL

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Very good price IMO and available for delivery within 3 days if ordered today Please be gentle... it's my 1st post
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corkeinator
Sold out sold out, coming soon coming soon, whats the point in releasing these new cards if no one can get a hold of them?


You can, just got to be quicker off the mark :p
Sold out sold out, coming soon coming soon, whats the point in releasing these new cards if no one can get a hold of them?
Legisin
I see a lot of comments stating these cards are overpriced, and i do agree the costs are higher than we were expecting, but they are cheaper and faster than the 980ti's and with increased driver support they will get better and better

Regardless, it should be in the £330 ballpark just like the 970 was at its launch.
It's the same second tier down sku and should be priced accordingly. But the whole lineup is askew. Just look at the price of the 1080, even more expensive than any other card at launch (excluding Titan's). Ngreedia.

Rooting for AMD just like every sensible consumer. Competition is sorely needed.
neroneuk
catbeans
acholflocik
Sorry but cold for me, when the evga ftw 1070 is basically the same price
Is that one better?
gigabyte is trouble free together with msi, they are UK based and will cost a little to send to them, if you lose the receipt or you buy second hand, you can sell for more as the warranty will be passed over to the new owner. Also, in the eventuality, they will put in account the serial number and when that was produced in the event that the receipt is lost.


​I wouldn't say trouble free, sure the 980ti was known for coil whine, yes great cards and company, I'd still go evga for the warranty which can be upto 10 years vs 3 years with gigabyte. I know cards like these it is down to preference with performance vs support when it comes to EVGA vs. Asus vs. MSI vs. Gigabyte
GamerJack95
so which is the best to 1070 to go for? in terms of performance that is, i remember MSI's 970 was considered one of the best at launch
beast of a cooler on this
https://www.overclockers.co.uk/inno3d-geforce-gtx-1070-ichill-air-boss-x4-8192mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-065-in.html
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MSI Z170 Tomahawk Motherboard + 120GB Toshiba SSD - £96.95 Delivered @ CCL

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Cracking offer I thought. Decent Toshiba Q300 SSD free with the motherboard. 120GB is kinda small but a nice extra included if you want it or don't - I'm sure you could sell it on eBay or something fo…
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NaZzAtAzEr
This or MSI Z170-A PRO?

This one.
This or MSI Z170-A PRO?
I have an MSI Z97 Gaming 3 and it's a cracking board, it was one of the few that still offers 2 PCI slots (yep, I still use pci cards, gasp), but also had more or less all the other features I was looking for (m.2, isolated audio circuitry, etc.). It's good to see they've done the same here for the new gen socket.

Hot deal :)
johncas
Good deal, although I find it rather amusing they went to the effort of having a PS/2 port on a 2015 motherboard!

Asus ROG RAMPAGE V X99 EDITION 10 E-ATX Motherboard is a £500 board and still has a PS/2 port ! its there if USB Fails.
johncas
Good deal, although I find it rather amusing they went to the effort of having a PS/2 port on a 2015 motherboard!


​not the only 2015 board out there
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HyperX Cloud Revolver Gaming Headset £63.17 inc delivery plus possible 1% cashback @ CCL online

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Hyperx Cloud Revolver Headset £63.17 inc delivery.... plus a possible 1% cashback from quidco..whoopee Having looked at the reviews, this headset seems to be a decent price from a well established br…
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steveie
What OEM have kingston used on this model? The clouds were so good becusse they just redbranded the takstar pro 80 which was considered an audiophile level entry point vs othet gaming headsets that were way below audiophile grade

Yeah they pretty licenced Qpads QH-90's excellent packing included, (which as you say were inturn Takstar pro 80's) and sold them with a few tweaks of their own, I own Cloud 1 and 2, they are excellent headsets, good enough for general use as well.

These from what I've seen in reviews appear to be more gamer focused from the looks to the sound, which is a shame, I had hoped the Cloud 3 would have been based off the QH-85's as they are a open back design, something I prefer over the closed back design of the Clouds.

However heat for the price, it's just a shame they look so much like gaming heatsets.
steveie
demodragon
steveie
What OEM have kingston used on this model? The clouds were so good becusse they just redbranded the takstar pro 80 which was considered an audiophile level entry point vs othet gaming headsets that were way below audiophile grade
I believe this was developed by Kingston themselves
Hmmmm probably not a good thing.... anything other than gaming sites reviewed this? I cant take many of there opnions on audio serious when they think most gaming headsets sound great
Yeah im the same always try and find lots of reviews before making a decision. Theres always plenty on youtube, one which seemed quite balanced was by NCIX Tech Tips. Unfortunately i cant give my opinion yet as im still waiting for mine to be delivered.
demodragon
steveie
What OEM have kingston used on this model? The clouds were so good becusse they just redbranded the takstar pro 80 which was considered an audiophile level entry point vs othet gaming headsets that were way below audiophile grade
I believe this was developed by Kingston themselves

Hmmmm probably not a good thing.... anything other than gaming sites reviewed this? I cant take many of there opnions on audio serious when they think most gaming headsets sound great
steveie
What OEM have kingston used on this model? The clouds were so good becusse they just redbranded the takstar pro 80 which was considered an audiophile level entry point vs othet gaming headsets that were way below audiophile grade
I believe this was developed by Kingston themselves
What OEM have kingston used on this model? The clouds were so good becusse they just redbranded the takstar pro 80 which was considered an audiophile level entry point vs othet gaming headsets that were way below audiophile grade
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Dell Vostro 3900 Desktop PC i5 4460 3.2GHz, Win7Pro/Win8.1Pro , 4GB, 500GB HD CCLonline £279.99

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For those that missed out the other day. It's a slightly higher price but still the cheapest I can find anywhere. Does NOT come with the '19in1' card reader despite it showing in the picture - span…
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is this still available. can't find and need to order
beatlerive
yes


Ah, OK. That's not it then.
yes
beatlerive

​I've added SSD and it boots up quick once gets past the POST. It seems to take ages. Anyone else have an issue like that?


Have you updated the BIOS?
Bobbins
Received mine a few days ago. Mini tower is bigger than I thought it'd be (bigger volume than the case on my 2007 Dell Dimension C521!) but nay bother as it sits under a desk anyway.

Adding the SSD was not straight forward for me. For some reason W10 said no signed driver. When I got that fixed (more by luck than by judgement) I had another problem and had to convert the SSD to GPT partition. Eventually after a few hours I got it sorted and I'm very impressed. Boots up in 5 seconds.


​I've added SSD and it boots up quick once gets past the POST. It seems to take ages. Anyone else have an issue like that?
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Philips E-Line 227E6EDSD 22" LED IPS Monitor Price Cut! - £25.03 off! Now Only £77.99 inc VAT delivered from CCL

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This is a 27% price drop! I haven't seen a cheaper 22" LED IPS monitor. Not only one of the cheapest 22" IPS screens on the market but also features SoftBlue Eye care technology! 1920 x 1080 Full HD…
Frankonline Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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Went and saw the monitor on display, didn't look very good in terms of clarity and sharpness compared to other monitors, even non IPS ones around similar price that were on display. Guess its good for the price though. Also the bottom bezel was kind of big.
its showing £79.99, is there any code for it?
At £79.99 for a monitor with this spec, I doubt it .

They now claim its £32.63 off, but still £79.99. Possibly why they moved the page?

Edited By: Frankonline on Jun 01, 2016 15:17
its showing £79.99, is there any code for it?
Is this wall mountable?

No.

http://www.philips.co.uk/c-p/227E6EDSD_00/lcd-monitor-with-softblue-technology/specifications

Edited By: veedubjai on May 27, 2016 22:10
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Toshiba X300 6TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £142.79 @ CCL

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Toshiba X300 Series HIGH PERFORMANCE, PREMIUM STORAGE Toshiba’s X300 3.5” internal hard drive is designed for your professional or gaming PC – delivering reliable, large capacity, incredibly high perf…
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Just to report, I ordered this from Amazon for the same price and it arrived in retail packaging as pictured on Amazon.

Compared to 3 and 6TB WD Red's it is just as quiet, no clicking, and the vast magority of most recent reviews on Amazon also mention this. I've been writing to it tonight and speeds are pretty much always above 100MB/s (114 at this moment) which I haven't seen on WD Reds (typically 60MB/S). I appreciate this is influenced by various factors, spin speed, empty unit, types of files, but its a significant and sustained improvement over compared to writing to new WD Reds.

They do run hot. After a few hours a WD would be very warm, but not too warm. I felt the need to use a pair of pants to pick up this Toshiba because I felt sure I would drop the thing. Based on being to tolerate it for about 10 seconds, I estimate it to be 60 degrees Celsius. I usually have fans blowing over drives, but have taken shortcuts with the WD Red's and have never witnessed such temperatures - Even when stacking them 3 or 4 high! With ventilation this Toshiba are no warmer than WD Reds.

Edited By: friar_chris on Jun 17, 2016 23:29
Give it time, it will come down in price
Gort1951
They've just released an 8TB version.

My mistake, it was Hitachi that are reliable.
It's big data centers that report reliability.

You are still looking at around 1000.00 for an ssd this size. I know ssd is faster, I have a Samsung drive.

Still 10x the price for ssd.

The F3's were good drives and I still have some in use, had 'em for years.


​Big data centres don't report reliability because the hardware vendor usually deals with swapping drives, so the data centres never know what brands the drives are unless the are in certain brands of kit, e.g. HP use HP drives. Also data centre enterprise class drives are usually 10k or 15 drives, and for storage arrays they often have FC (Fiber Channel) interfaces, so the drives are nothing like normal consumer/PC retail drives and its hard to translate reliability in a datacentre where drives are powered on and being hammered 24x7 to retail consumer drives - it's like comparing apples to oranges.
By accident I just got a WD MyBook 8TB for £152 delivered ... ordered a £54 3TB recertified drive from their store, tried to cancel but they sent it out anyway(yes, despite UPS being asked twice to return to sender during transit they insisted on me telling the driver on the doorstep). Told the driver to "return to sender".

Then got a 20% off e-mail from WD(single use code) which I applied against an 8TB MyBook - discount price £190, less 20% voucher = £152.


Edited By: hukdplan on May 28, 2016 14:19: Update
They've just released an 8TB version.

My mistake, it was Hitachi that are reliable.
It's big data centers that report reliability.

You are still looking at around 1000.00 for an ssd this size. I know ssd is faster, I have a Samsung drive.

Still 10x the price for ssd.

The F3's were good drives and I still have some in use, had 'em for years.
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Toshiba DT01ACA300 3TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive - (HDD1737) £64.25 @ CCL

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Cheapest brand new 7200rpm 3TB internal hard drive I was able to find. I wanted to purchase one last week but it was out of stock. Back in stock again, includes free delivery. Perfect as a backup driv…
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Voted Hot.Best price for the Drive I could find. I've ordered one. I've seen Toshiba drives in laptops for years, generally been very reliable from experience. First 3.5" drive I am purchasing that's branded Toshiba. Hope it's OK.
Perfect timing. Good replacement for my WD which is about to fail. Looks like Stablebit Scanner has just paid for itself :)
Toshiba drives are the old IBM Deathstar drives aren't they? In which case I would not trust this drive at any price.

CCL Are okay no problems there.
tariq3877
You can get a external drive for this price what's so charming about the price?? Take HDD out of external case and can get a case for free


​Who wants to carry around a 3TB hard drive with them? Also you get much better read & write speeds, less cabling and clutter to worry about, safer inside the case, smaller size etc.
You can get a external drive for this price what's so charming about the price?? Take HDD out of external case and can get a case for free
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MSI GT72 6QD Dominator G 17.3" 16GB Gaming Laptop, GeForce GTX 970M 6GB Graphics, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, £1,329.98 CCL

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This is the cheapest I've seen this, given its 16gb memory, 128gb SSD, 1 TB hard drive and GTX 970M with 6gb graphics. Specification Warranty:2 Years Screen Size:17.3" Screen Type:IPS Backlight:LED S…
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I do take your point about the PC specialist price, it is a little cheaper, but you also have to decide whose build is more reliable, both makers have decent reputations. You do I believe have to pay extra for more than a years warranty at PC specialist, this deal comes with 2 years included. This spec is good for HD video editing also, hence you should expect to pay more for such capabilities.
I paid £700 or 800 for an msi laptop in late 2013 (great btw) and the specs are not far off this. Or not far enough. For 1329 I would expect quite a lot more. Admittedly not studied the market.
http://www.pcspecialist.co.uk/notebooks/defianceII-17/

£1230 for the same general spec and guaranteed to know what hard drives you are getting as well as being built to your order.

Looking at a few other custom builders most are cheaper than this option with like for like core specs. Not sure I'd justify spending £1300 on a gaming laptop now that I've seen the light with having a half decent desktop that will perform just as well for a lot less money and change to buy a nice portable laptop to stream steam games to.
Heat! I work for a computer place and even with my 15% discount, it doesn't come close in price ... :{
Well it is helpful, those of you who have voted this cold. However, it would be more helpful if you would comment and say why you think it is cold. Thanks.
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27" Iiyama G-Master Black Hawk 1ms Gaming Monitor - £145.00 Delivered @ CCL

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Now back in stock. Picked one up this afternoon. Someone else can benefit too :) BLACK TUNER - The users can adjust the brightness and the dark shades with the Black Tuner, giving greater viewing per…
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It's probably ok, but only 75Hz refresh rate :|
USB on a monitor - perfect for a wired XBO controller :)
rockthesmurf
A USB hub built into a monitor is quite handy, can plug in your keyboard, mouse, controller, etc. which is often more convenient than having wires running over to your computer case. Of course you can buy a USB hub instead, but still, asking whether it has a USB hub isn't a particularly weird question (to me at least).

gbmcginty
Barboro37

Why would you need USB on a monitor???
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No-one needs it, it's just nice to be able to plug your camera or whatever into the monitor instead of crawling around trying to find a USB port under the desk.

Fair enough, never had a USB on a monitor and hence asked :)
Good monitor and a good price. I use the USB on my monitor to charge my wireless headset.
Can i plug the fire tv stick in to this?
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Radeon R9 380 Graphics card lowest price anywhere right now £129.98 @ CCLonline

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Not cheap, but a bargain at this price. This card tests everywhere as better than the NVidia GTX 960, which is £150+. If you're building a budget gaming PC this beats everything close to this price po…
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Looking forward to seeing some further benchmarks. This one needs to be taken with a pinch of salt
http://videocardz.com/60265/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1070-3dmark-firestrike-benchmarks#disqus_thread

1070 comes out on June 10th.
No. That card isn't much better in comparison, if it was the 390x and it was cheap then maybe so.
If your planning on upgrading I would wait until the gtx 1070 comes out now anyways, July if I remember right
Even better , would imagine 9## cards should drop in price with the release of the new ones, guess we will see though
Looks like the 1070 is a monster card... Might be hard to pass it up.
1070 comes out on June 10th.
No. That card isn't much better in comparison, if it was the 390x and it was cheap then maybe so.
If your planning on upgrading I would wait until the gtx 1070 comes out now anyways, July if I remember right
Even better , would imagine 9## cards should drop in price with the release of the new ones, guess we will see though

Looks like the 1070 is a monster card... Might be hard to pass it up.
1070 comes out on June 10th.
No. That card isn't much better in comparison, if it was the 390x and it was cheap then maybe so.
If your planning on upgrading I would wait until the gtx 1070 comes out now anyways, July if I remember right

Even better , would imagine 9## cards should drop in price with the release of the new ones, guess we will see though
1070 comes out on June 10th.
No. That card isn't much better in comparison, if it was the 390x and it was cheap then maybe so.
If your planning on upgrading I would wait until the gtx 1070 comes out now anyways, July if I remember right

No. That card isn't much better in comparison, if it was the 390x and it was cheap then maybe so.

If your planning on upgrading I would wait until the gtx 1070 comes out now anyways, July if I remember right
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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
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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


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