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Xbox Live 12 Months Gold Subscription - £33.99 @ Ebuyer

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Seems to be best deal on the market, despite recent Microsoft deal for the new or expired subscriptions.
Krakoos Avatar1h, 2m agoFound 1 hour, 2 minutes ago4 Comments
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desdan
Need to renew and until someone posts cheaper ... heat added :)
Still £6 cheaper than Amazon at £39.99 (rrp) where XBL is #1 seller in digital downloads Amazon
Go on eBay. Buy em off someone with lots of feedback for the same thing. Last year I got one for 24.95. Mines not run out yet so not sure what they are now, but worth checking! :)
desdan
Need to renew and until someone posts cheaper ... heat added :)


​nope. I keep looking online for cheap ones but there ain't been any yet. hoping I get a discount from ms
Need to renew and until someone posts cheaper ... heat added :)
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Gigabyte Nvidia GeForce GTX 1050 Ti OC 4GB - Ebuyer - £139.98

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Seems a decent price for the 4gb DDR5 version of this card. Decent budget gaming card. Features Powered by GeForce GTX 1050 Ti Integrated with 4GB GDDR5 128bit memory WINDFORCE 2X with Blade F…
britishguy4 Avatar22h, 17m agoFound 22 hours, 17 minutes ago13 Comments
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as in you say a "4gb version" only when it comes in other flavours


​The 1050 comes in 2gb. Was ensuring that people understood this. You know, trying to be helpful.
How many GB memory does this have?

Edited By: ma1nman on Jan 18, 2017 19:15: Spelling
Danjw91
daniq
Can anybody recommend a low profile graphic card for a HP 8200 i5 under £100?
Thank you


https://www.scan.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1050-stormx-2gb-gddr5-graphics-card-640-core-1354mhz-gpu-1455mhz-boost


​that is not a low profile card
daniq
Can anybody recommend a low profile graphic card for a HP 8200 i5 under £100?
Thank you


https://www.scan.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1050-stormx-2gb-gddr5-graphics-card-640-core-1354mhz-gpu-1455mhz-boost
as in you say a "4gb version" only when it comes in other flavours
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Optoma DH1009 Full 3D 1080p Projector £399.98 @ eBuyer

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Looks a great projector for the price, with 1080p resolution.
jbsmith13 Avatar1d, 14h agoFound 1 day, 14 hours ago23 Comments
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Before you buy don't forget it is long distance monitor, I have short throw acer monitor in 1.9 metres it gives 110 inches picture but price starts £900 but please check optoma that model https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B01D4EE9B4/ref=pd_aw_sim_sbs_504_1?ie=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=AMPXQS21VPDHX2ZNWXWC
if the lead is not long enough you could buy an iec extension - just be wary if there is not a lot of room in your cable trunking as they can be a little bulky at the connector. not sure it's a good idea to string too many together either.
At this price range, nothing competes with the Benq W1070.
1070 is amazing
pat0000
Thanks bobtastic for your help, what length is power cable on projectors?
Can I ask, are these better than tvs?
Do you know if this is a better unit than the BenQ that Richer Sounds is selling.
Thanks/

Urm... they tend to take a kettle plug like most electronics so the cable that comes with them is usually about 2 metres but you could buy a replacement that's as long as you like.

Better than a TV? That depends. No matter how bright the projector is it'll struggle in a well-lit room in the middle of the day. I have this model projecting a 130" image, I was fine watching cartoons in the daytime (though it was still a little washed out) but dramas and dark content were unwatchable. Dropping the blinds was enough to solve that. If you need to watch things in bright environments a TV will always be better. On the other hand if you like having a massive display a projector wins hands-down. It also wins in situations where you need a big display (my previous 50" plasma was dwarfed by the living room, not so with the 130" image from the projector).

iirc the W1070 is also a DLP projector with all the pros and cons that brings (it's a technology type, google it). This means there isn't any obvious way of telling which you'd prefer, you're just going to have to try them out, like sofas.
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Acer K242HLA 24" Full HD LED Monitor For 89.99 from ebuyer

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1920 x 1080 FHD 1ms Response Time 250cd/m2 Brightness DVI, HDMI & VGA TN Panel Seems a good monitor for the price
roger8928 Avatar1d, 17h agoFound 1 day, 17 hours ago16 Comments
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tommy6000009
gowf
luvsadealdealdeal
what's best?

yours for £90

or mine for £67? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008H1SWPE/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item

It's £90 for yours too. And yours is smaller and has a slower me response time.

X) this is the guy who was stealing people's deals yesterday after asking them to keep it quiet. Now he's asking which is better between two monitors and knocking £30 of the price.

you are so clever you don't even realise the difference between £90 and £67 is £23


​No deals to be stealing today? :)
tommy6000009
gowf
luvsadealdealdeal
what's best?

yours for £90

or mine for £67? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008H1SWPE/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item

It's £90 for yours too. And yours is smaller and has a slower me response time.

X) this is the guy who was stealing people's deals yesterday after asking them to keep it quiet. Now he's asking which is better between two monitors and knocking £30 of the price.

you are so clever you don't even realise the difference between £90 and £67 is £23
expire this dog
gowf
luvsadealdealdeal
what's best?
yours for £90
or mine for £67? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B008H1SWPE/ref=pe_385721_37986871_TE_item
It's £90 for yours too. And yours is smaller and has a slower me response time.

I got it for £67

just wondering which one was best value
Q-Tec
Ebuyer: Quick! People are buying stuff at a decent price after being seen on HUKD, increase it now!
Me: Stuff it, I won't bother.
At £90 I would have probably bought two. At £106 I refuse to buy. Well played Ebuyer, another sale you've lost!

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Toshiba 4TB StorE Canvio Desktop Hard Drive £94.49 @ Ebuyer

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Thought this was an OK deal for an external desktop drive ie uses a power supply so none of that portable malarky. Ebuyer have terrible p&p to Northern Ireland so I will not be buying unfortunately.
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nomnomnomnom
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nomnomnomnom
3guesses
I wonder why it doesn't work with Windows XP?
Probably because of the 2TB partition limit on NTFS for 32bit XP.
It's a dead OS. Intel didn't support USB3 via their eXtensible Host Controller, so that limits USB3 use to a very small number of other chipsets.
It's probably just not worth the time / cost supporting officially. Chances are a smaller partition would work on USB2, as you'd expect though.
My Seagate Expansion 4TB (single partition) works just fine on my XP machines.
Some Seagate drives have a custom solution built into their external drives (Google Seagate 2TB and Beyond for info). This doesn't apply to other drives.
Separate to this, MBR based drives are limited to around 2TB by design (address space limitations), so you must use GPT. GPT is not natively supported by Windows XP 32 bit, but is on Windows XP 64-Bit Edition.
You can get GPT drives working on XP through using a driver (Paragon, etc..), although even this is limited to 2TB-ish due to the address space. You simply don't have more than 32bits to play with.
Microsoft have a really good article on this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2581408
Anything that 'works' is a 3rd party solution / hack to make it look like it does (you can't make a 32bit system go higher than that).
So as I said above really - with an OS that's not had mainstream support for 8 years, it would bring nothing but support costs.
Edit - actually, can you provide more info please? Paragon state this will not work externally: https://www.paragon-software.com/technologies/components/gpt-loader/ - Presumably because of the 32bit address space in the BIOS / Other devices.
Microsoft also state in their docs that this is not possible: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2581408
The solution from Seagate also seems to use more than one partition: http://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/downloads/beyond-2tb/
I can't find any 4TB seagate drive that they claim will work with XP. Which model is it?

Yes, before I bought it I did some research and thought I'd have problems, but it just worked out of the box. I think I even re-formatted it and possibly even re-partitioned it under XP. It's the Seagate Expansion Desktop Drive, model SRD00F2, P/N 1D7AD8-500.

I hope I haven't jinxed it!


EDIT: I bought it from eBuyer in November 2013 and the product page stated:

Software & System Requirements
OS Required Microsoft Windows Vista / XP / 7 / 8


Edited By: 3guesses on Jan 18, 2017 00:03: .
3guesses
nomnomnomnom
3guesses
I wonder why it doesn't work with Windows XP?
Probably because of the 2TB partition limit on NTFS for 32bit XP.
It's a dead OS. Intel didn't support USB3 via their eXtensible Host Controller, so that limits USB3 use to a very small number of other chipsets.
It's probably just not worth the time / cost supporting officially. Chances are a smaller partition would work on USB2, as you'd expect though.
My Seagate Expansion 4TB (single partition) works just fine on my XP machines.

Some Seagate drives have a custom solution built into their external drives (Google Seagate 2TB and Beyond for info). This doesn't apply to other drives.

Separate to this, MBR based drives are limited to around 2TB by design (address space limitations), so you must use GPT. GPT is not natively supported by Windows XP 32 bit, but is on Windows XP 64-Bit Edition.

You can get GPT drives working on XP through using a driver (Paragon, etc..), although even this is limited to 2TB-ish due to the address space. You simply don't have more than 32bits to play with.

Microsoft have a really good article on this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2581408

Anything that 'works' is a 3rd party solution / hack to make it look like it does (you can't make a 32bit system go higher than that).
So as I said above really - with an OS that's not had mainstream support for 8 years, it would bring nothing but support costs.

Edit - actually, can you provide more info please? Paragon state this will not work externally: https://www.paragon-software.com/technologies/components/gpt-loader/ - Presumably because of the 32bit address space in the BIOS / Other devices.
Microsoft also state in their docs that this is not possible: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/kb/2581408
The solution from Seagate also seems to use more than one partition: http://www.seagate.com/gb/en/support/downloads/beyond-2tb/

I can't find any 4TB seagate drive that they claim will work with XP. Which model is it?

Edited By: nomnomnomnom on Jan 17, 2017 20:50
3guesses
nomnomnomnom
3guesses
I wonder why it doesn't work with Windows XP?
Probably because of the 2TB partition limit on NTFS for 32bit XP.
It's a dead OS. Intel didn't support USB3 via their eXtensible Host Controller, so that limits USB3 use to a very small number of other chipsets.
It's probably just not worth the time / cost supporting officially. Chances are a smaller partition would work on USB2, as you'd expect though.

My Seagate Expansion 4TB (single partition) works just fine on my XP machines.


How?
nomnomnomnom
3guesses
I wonder why it doesn't work with Windows XP?
Probably because of the 2TB partition limit on NTFS for 32bit XP.
It's a dead OS. Intel didn't support USB3 via their eXtensible Host Controller, so that limits USB3 use to a very small number of other chipsets.
It's probably just not worth the time / cost supporting officially. Chances are a smaller partition would work on USB2, as you'd expect though.

My Seagate Expansion 4TB (single partition) works just fine on my XP machines.
3guesses
I wonder why it doesn't work with Windows XP?

Probably because of the 2TB partition limit on NTFS for 32bit XP.

It's a dead OS. Intel didn't support USB3 via their eXtensible Host Controller, so that limits USB3 use to a very small number of other chipsets.

It's probably just not worth the time / cost supporting officially. Chances are a smaller partition would work on USB2, as you'd expect though.
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D-Link AV2 1000 HD Gigabit Twin Powerline Kit £21.98 @ Ebuyer

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I've been looking for some new powerline plugs that are gigabit, and found these this morning. Look a good deal to me....... D-Link's DHP-601AV PowerLine AV2 1000 Gigabit Starter kit makes it easy
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tommy6000009
Just got paid this morning and went to buy these. Out of stock. FFS! Anybody know of alternatives in the same price range?
Read the comments -https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00PS1BQT0/?tag=ho01f-21
Just got paid this morning and went to buy these. Out of stock. FFS! Anybody know of alternatives in the same price range?
chrismad4rit
Do they have to be on the same electric network?


​From what I have read, the v1 power line adapters have to be on the same ring main circuit. The newer v2 adapters just have to be connected to the same electrical consumer unit.
Do they have to be on the same electric network?
I have the same issue of receiving crap wireless speed upstairs in loft conversion and thus I opted for powerline but they weren't pushing to the max. Then I got 30m Ethernet cable from ebay that now runs directly from router to an old router upstairs that give the same speeds when compared to downstairs....Ethernet cable is the best solution but an alternative is the power line adapters
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D-link DGS-105 - Metal 5-port 10/100/1000 Gigabit Switch £9.98 + Free Del @ Ebuyer

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Great little switch, have been using for for 3+ years and never had a problem (very low power usage too). Cheap way to extend the number of network ports off your router.
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Out of stock?
davem
Glix
How big is the plug/wallwart for this?
It's either the first or third from the right, can't access the extension lead very easily but it gives you some idea of size. The extension socket is also a compact design so not much spare space between sockets.http://i67.tinypic.com/9qd4bn.jpg

I cut out a tiny piece of paper, write on it the device it belongs to and stick it to the plug with tape so I can tell what is what.

Edited By: 2minutenoodles on Jan 14, 2017 16:03
Good find OP heat added.
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Glix
How big is the plug/wallwart for this?

It's either the first or third from the right, can't access the extension lead very easily but it gives you some idea of size. The extension socket is also a compact design so not much spare space between sockets.

http://i67.tinypic.com/9qd4bn.jpg
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Connect 8" 32GB Windows 10 Tablet £39.99 @ ebuyer

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Free Delivery The Connect 8 tablet weighs just 360grams. With its sleek profile this lightweight device can be transported anywhere. Pop it in your pocket or into a bag and take it with you every…
BarryUddin Avatar6d, 9h agoFound 6 days, 9 hours ago23 Comments
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Doctorin
this is similar to the Windows tablet I found for only £44.30 but that comes with 2GB Ram.http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/point-view-8-windows-10-tablet-44-30-staples-uk-instore-2597042

Really? This device works fine with 1GB of ram. 2GB would be lovely. How much does the cheapest Win10 tab with 2GB ram costs?

If its a penny more than £79.99 then it's at least double the cost of this tablet alone for a smidgen of speed how good a value does that represent?

Edited By: FrugalFergal on Jan 17, 2017 19:49
marineville
want to turn this into a kurio style clone for child... but with better usability (needed a mit qualification to navigate around the stupid thing). anyone know of a website for guidance to help make it child friendly?

also, can't find a bespoke case for it with camera eye hole in right place. stupid to have to keep taking it out to take snaps. ideas (besides drilling out a hole for it)?

thanks


​my idea is avkud using the camera its horrid which is understandable for the price
Midnight Tboy
torn between this tablet, the 10" identical version of this for £69 at Tesco, and the £100 Linx vision which has 2gb ram and uses the Z8300 cpu which has around same cpu performance but more powerful gpu performance


​go with the vision. i had a similar decision and went qith the vision due to betyer specs and also nuce additon with 5he game controlelr
want to turn this into a kurio style clone for child... but with better usability (needed a mit qualification to navigate around the stupid thing). anyone know of a website for guidance to help make it child friendly?

also, can't find a bespoke case for it with camera eye hole in right place. stupid to have to keep taking it out to take snaps. ideas (besides drilling out a hole for it)?

thanks
How would it compare to the (sometimes £35) amazon fire tablet? In both speed and ecosystem? Usage for a five year old is YouTube, Plex and free games.
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HPE Proliant ML10 Gen9 - £164.99, £104.99 after cashback @ Ebuyer

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£164.99 before £60 Cashback (ends 31st January) Free Delivery. HPE ProLiant ML10 Gen9 Pentium G4400 v5 2/3.4GHz 4GB Tower Server 4GB Memory Installed 64GB Max HDD not included Bays4 (total) /
Sagacity Avatar1w, 19h agoFound 1 week, 19 hours ago26 Comments
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Great price for the spec, I've bought one to replace my N54L. Heat added.
Does the integrated controller provide ZFS with direct disk access or would I need to fit a third party controller myself?
Does anyone know if this one supports S4 Suspend? My current server doesn't and it's a bit of a pain having to hibernate it so it's not just on permanently!
rickydg
Anyone know how many free RAM slots it comes with? I mean, I know it comes with 4GB, but is it all in one slot or what?
Edit; On the Ballicom website it states 1 x 4GB.

As per Ebuyer site : Memory Specification Compliance PC4-17000
Installed Size 4 GB / 64 GB (max)
Technology DDR4 SDRAM - ECC
Effective Memory Speed 2133 MHz
Rated Memory Speed 2133 MHz
Form Factor DIMM 288-pin
Features Unbuffered, dual channel memory architecture
Configuration Features 1 x 4 GB
Anyone know how many free RAM slots it comes with? I mean, I know it comes with 4GB, but is it all in one slot or what?

Edit; On the Ballicom website it states 1 x 4GB.

Edited By: rickydg on Jan 13, 2017 15:26
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Toshiba 3TB USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive £78.99 delivered @ eBuyer

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eBuyer daily deals email. Seems a very competitive price for 3TB portable storage!
Matt94Rob Avatar1w, 22h agoFound 1 week, 22 hours ago25 Comments
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wottodo
m0z
Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!
You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?
​The fact that I have kids means I don't get much time to use it, so 3tb will last me ages...unfortunately ;)

It`s criminal the space, l remembered my first build (Went overboard looking for 40gb hard drive, and my IT friend said what the hell, you going to do with that?)
Now FIFA 17 is 40 plus, BF1 40 As well, now the kids said l`m not allowed as they got no space.
Mind, the only thing they play is that bloody Plants vs. Zombies: Garden Warfare 2.
PS, any tip to kick their ass on Rocket League?;)
wottodo
m0z
Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!

You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?


​The fact that I have kids means I don't get much time to use it, so 3tb will last me ages...unfortunately ;)
Arrived today.. Personally never had a problem with Ebuyer.
£84.99 now
m0z
Thanks op, I've ordered one for my xbox one... Should last me a while.
Heat added!

You don`t play that much or you got no kids:D, got the kids one for christmas, and there is no space left for 500GB, l still don`t get it, digital download 46GB?
Am l missing something?
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Hisense H65M7000 65" 4K Smart Full HD LED TV £994.98 @ Ebuyer

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been following this tv for about 6 weeks and this is the cheapest ive seen it,get john lewis to price match for a 5 year warrenty
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nzadok
Hot, finally under 1k, John Lewis won't price match ebuyer though
Any idea if they price match BT? £999 there..
no mate they wont i tried yesterday because they are internet based only no shops
****. I want this tv but also want a decent guarantee!
i got mine comming with john lewis 5 year warrenty customer service 2nd to none and english speaking
djdean
snakey_b
nzadok
Hot, finally under 1k, John Lewis won't price match ebuyer though
Any idea if they price match BT? £999 there..
no mate they wont i tried yesterday because they are internet based only no shops
****. I want this tv but also want a decent guarantee!
snakey_b
nzadok
Hot, finally under 1k, John Lewis won't price match ebuyer though
Any idea if they price match BT? £999 there..
no mate they wont i tried yesterday because they are internet based only no shops
nzadok
Hot, finally under 1k, John Lewis won't price match ebuyer though


Any idea if they price match BT? £999 there..
djdean
Lolstar07
Is this the same one for even cheaper on Amazon?
Hisense 65 inch Widescreen 4K Smart LED TV with Freeview HD - Black https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01FDF1MDK/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_tai_tv6DybP0YMQCW
no its a different model if you look the 1 next to it is £1099.00 the m7000

Legend! Thank you mate!
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Gigabyte GTX 1080 Turbo OC 8GB Graphics Card - £549.98 Ebuyer Delivered with free Gigabyte Force H5 headset worth £49.97

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Very good price for a 1080! 78 in stock at 10AM 10/01/17 Just noticed it comes with a free headset - Gigabyte Force H5 headset but this may not last as low stock. It was auto added to my cart.
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​because people are stupid ..... really fcuking stupid .... dumb as sheep's we fallow anything we've been told .... never questioning or checking if it is good or bad , true or false... But we are made like that brainwashed to work and consume .....
srdrSEA
MightyJayJnr
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.
depending on the manufacturer and its configuration, 1080 is around 8 not 9 tflops. link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_10_series...
Vega 10 will be released in may with the worst scenario.. and will be at least %50 more powerful than 1080. link ; http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/41643-amd-vega-10-scores-24-tflops
Project scorrpio is on its way.. the most powerful console with 6 tflops of single bla bla for around £400 in this June. So It has Cpu, Gpu, Ports, Ram, Harddisc.. all for that price...
Briefly, i expect 1080 to do a hard hit at around £350 by June.

You're right! someone needs to tell Jen-Hsun Huang ASAP that he had the wrong number of TFlops displayed on the 1080 launch live stream.
http://i.imgur.com/BqQiCrs.jpg

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MightyJayJnr
srdrSEA
mamboboy
hamzahuk
ZainAkib
Joy_A
Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march

Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.


depending on the manufacturer and its configuration, 1080 is around 8 not 9 tflops. link https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/GeForce_10_series...

Vega 10 will be released in may with the worst scenario.. and will be at least %50 more powerful than 1080. link ; http://www.fudzilla.com/news/graphics/41643-amd-vega-10-scores-24-tflops

Project scorrpio is on its way.. the most powerful console with 6 tflops of single bla bla for around £400 in this June. So It has Cpu, Gpu, Ports, Ram, Harddisc.. all for that price...

Briefly, i expect 1080 to do a hard hit at around £350 by June.
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Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march

Two issues I see here, these cards are measured in TFlops not GFlops. The 1080 is a 9 TFlop card and the Vega is rumored (not confirmed) to be 12 TFlops. I would expect the card to be at a similar price point as the 1080Ti or even the Titan X. You may be disappointed if you're expecting that level of performance for less than the price of a 1080.
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Waiting for the 1080Ti to come out and these will hopefully drop to sub £400...I'll bite then. Heat either way!!
LOL if you think the price will drop so low. You're muad
Think back to the 980 when it got launched that was £600 ish and then bam down to £400 when the 980ti came out. Enthusiast grade cards always loose value when a newer succeeder comes in. Also on a side note see how much the 980 sells for now, you can get em new for £260 and used for £200-£220 ish, do take that into account when purchasing a card with a high premium price because in 2 years the same thing will probz happen with the 1080.
You can't compare it like that though.
Truth is the 1080 performs far above and beyond most users needs and expectations and it will do for a few years yet. I get 100fps at 3440x1440 and Ultra settings in BF1. For a majority of gamers, the 1080 is actually an overkill.
There's absolutely no way it will drop to £400... it won't be anywhere near that because it would make the 1080Ti pretty much a pointless purchase for everyone but 4K gamers as its more than likely going to be around £700-£750. Not only that but pricing the 1080 so low would also push down the value of cards below it, the 1060 would become obsolete when the 1070 could be bought for £230.
It's not going to happen. The Ti is an addition to the top-end line, not a replacement.
This happens every time new GPU's are announced. People get hyped thinking the current top card will drop 1/3 in price... then when they realise they only drop by around £30 and vote every GPU deal here cold in frustration.
​Nope, amd vega will be as twice powerful as 1080 does (8 gflops vs 15 gflops) and cheaper for sure... release in march
Just like AMD's 8-core bulldozer really gave intel a run for its money? It really made those Celerons sweat!

No one knows anything about pricing or benchmarks, so how can you say these things are "for sure"?

These companies are out for your money at the end of the day. If indeed the high end Vega card is 'twice as powerful' as the 1080 there's absolutely not a chance on Gods green earth it'll be cheaper than the current 1080.


​just google it
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Kapersky Internet security 2017 (3 devices 1yr subscription) reduced £12.98 + £2.98 delivery Ebuyer

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Is it worth just registering for a Bank Account with Barclays. i.e get a savings account and deposit £1 or is it too much hassle to do that
£14.98 on Amazon digital download no waiting times... no prime necessary Kaspersky Internet Security 2017 3 Devices, 1 Year (PC/MAC/Android) [Download] https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01LZYSL03/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_RZZEybQDP9M2G
Now £14.98. Plus £2.98 delivery.
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I've recently stopped using this despite having 5 months of subscription left. It blocks some genuine websites like Tesco Direct and the secure browser it opens up when paying for some items can cause problems.

They have got rid of safe money from the 2017 edition
I've recently stopped using this despite having 5 months of subscription left. It blocks some genuine websites like Tesco Direct and the secure browser it opens up when paying for some items can cause problems.
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Toshiba 64GB HS Professional UHS-1 SDXC Card - £14.97 - Ebuyer

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But a UHS-3 64GB is almost twice the price :)

Er, nope. Cheaper

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01EAKAW44/ref=ox_sc_sfl_title_2?ie=UTF8&psc=1&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE
I don't think uhs-I can be classed as professional anymore. Would be fine for lots of people but for the high speed needs of a lot of cameras, especially those with 4K this won't be enough.
I actually picked up one of the Toshiba UHS-3 micro sd's last week for less than this

Edited By: woldranger on Jan 10, 2017 10:59: .
But a UHS-3 64GB is almost twice the price :)
I'd go for UHS-3 personally the faster write speed is really what matters with these cards as the read speeds are nearly always fine.
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£10.98 now
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Asus RT-N12E N300 Eco Series Wireless Router £9.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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It's a pretty basic router, but I think it's well worth a tenner if you're after something cheap and cheerful. Good as a stand-in too, or you could probably just use as an access point if that's somet…
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why expired? its still in stock
Free delivery seems to have gone :( If it comes back, I'll unexpire :)
ahhh didn't see that, fair enough :)
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why expired? its still in stock

Free delivery seems to have gone :( If it comes back, I'll unexpire :)
Its not showing as free delivery for everyone, me included. Its been this price for a couple of weeks now anyway. Low end Edimax routers for around £15 delivered are better value in my opinion as they can been used as Wireless Repeaters/Extenders and Bridges.
why expired? its still in stock
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Dell PowerEdge T20 Intel G3220 4gb RAM 500gb HDD Mini Tower Server + Delivery at Ebuyer for £129.96

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'Dell PowerEdge T20 Pentium G3220 3GHz 4GB RAM 500GB HDD Mini Tower Server' is discontinued; here are some similar products.
I can't see any issue, from what I'm aware you don't need anything special as it just hosts files. Depending on what you're holding size of HDDs might the important part
any good as a ftp server
Bought another one today.

On the previous one I installed a SSD and junked the mechanical HD, installed Win 10 Pro and after a few driver downloads and updates it was good to go. I added a 750ti and 16GB RAM later.

6 months later it is silent and good enough to order more. If this next one stacks up on another task I will order 8 more for use as PCs.
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Was looking at replacing a Hp micro severe 54l with one of these. I have 6x hdd and 2x ssd in my microserver. Is there anyway I can do the same in the T20?
You had that in your n54l? You could always change the case from what I've seen?
Got* yes :)
54L doing good, plus like the power consumption too and small form factor and noise.
T20 would just be upgrade for the processor really

Yeah mine has struggles on transcoding and playback on x265 has been an issue and needs more cpu.

Kudos for fitting that much into such a small box! :-)
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Toshiba 5TB Canvio Desktop Hard Drive £109.99 @ eBuyer

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With hard drive price keep going up, I believe it is now a good time to grab one of these if you are running low on storage. Specifications - Interface: USB 3.0 (USB 2.0 compatible) - Max. tran…
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Noisy drive but good value.

Bizarrely mine has started to cause my windows 10 PC to blue screen on occasion if plugged in on boot?
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5TB is a lot to store on one drive, a lot to lose
Draw yourself a treasure map with an X marks the spot. You shouldn't lose it then!
Or buy 1 thousand dvds to back up to, roughly £200 and a lot of time and effort
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I bought this when it was £98 on Amazon.
It does get hot and you can hear a clicking sound every now and again.
I sit it on top a fan and that keeps down the temps.
Just use it as a backup drive.
If I was to use it often, I would take it out and run it internally.
Synology are pretty picky with their recommended drives. The internal HD is on the approved list.

You should also look into Xpenology + HP Proliant Server which you can get a 5 bay "Synology" for about £170 :)
And it won't have the picky problem as it just a generic computer.
I bought this when it was £98 on Amazon.

It does get hot and you can hear a clicking sound every now and again.

I sit it on top a fan and that keeps down the temps.

Just use it as a backup drive.

If I was to use it often, I would take it out and run it internally.

Synology are pretty picky with their recommended drives. The internal HD is on the approved list.
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Tried it, £125
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Acer G276HLA 27" LED DVI HDMI Monitor £129.99 at ebuyer

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Seems a good deal for a 27" monitor, granted only 1080p but can't expect much more for £129.99. 1920 x 1080 Full HD 2ms Response Time VGA, DVI + HDMI Wall Mountable Tilt angle -5° / 20°
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I've just bought the Acer G277HL 27in IPS for £109 at Argos clearance bargains, is this a good deal? TIA
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I'm looking for a 27 inch IPS panel for around this price....will I find it or is it a wild goose chase?


​​​Never seen a 27" inch IPS that doesn't have horrible yellow backlight bleed in the corners. The technology is not fit for consumers. Unless you want yelllow/white in one or more corners of the screen, I would steer clear.
I'm looking for a 27 inch IPS panel for around this price....will I find it or is it a wild goose chase?
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Okay here goes, shameless noob question: How does refresh rate relate to refresh freq in hertz? In terms of the 60/144Hz people want?
I feel like a refresh every 2ms is (1 / 2e-3) refreshes per second, I.e. 500 Hz... But that doesn't align with the coveted 60/144...?
Unless that's 500 Hz panel refresh, which is different from what we want which is input rate? Just a guess.
Thaaaanks.
​Don't know much about these stats at all but I think the response time (in ms) is different to the refresh rate (in htz).
your thinking of response rate when you say 2ms basically refresh rate is the frequency in HZ or how many time the picture changes a second, the response rate is how far behind real time the image is so 2ms 60Hz means that the image is 2ms behind real time and producing 60 frames per second and 5ms 144Hz would be 5ms behind real time but producing 144 frames per second, essentially response time is your lag and hertz is your smootheness. i hope this helps you out buddy.
Been looking at getting a monitor for my xbox. This seems quite a good deal but Im unsure!
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Philips BDM3470UP 34" LCD Ultra Wide QHD Monitor at Ebuyer for £419.98

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I was about to post the LG monitor deal but spotted someone else has beaten me to it! If you are not bothered about freesync, this Philips monitor appears to be a big saving against other online sell…
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Frankie: nothing is coming up on our internal system sadly so we don't have a supplier, if you wait a few days we may get another supplier but currently doesn't look like we're getting any more back in sadly.

Damn it... :-(
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Just to check before I buy is this the best deal for the price for a 1440p UltraWide, and is it really worth the £200 premium over 29" 1080p UltraWides? I'm not a gamer so lack of FreeSync is fine, just desktop use. Replacing a 4k.

The AOC 34' ultrawide gets rave reviews and is a similar price. Only 34' ultrawides are worthwhile if you are buying for non-gaming use. It is worth the premium, no doubt.
Just to check before I buy is this the best deal for the price for a 1440p UltraWide, and is it really worth the £200 premium over 29" 1080p UltraWides? I'm not a gamer so lack of FreeSync is fine, just desktop use. Replacing a 4k.
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What was the LG deal out of interest?
This deal. Which has now expired.
Paper Lawyer
For hardcore gamers a 144mhz monitor may be preferable but there are none of this size remotely near this price.
Predator X34A 34" 3440x1440 IPS G-SYNC WideScreen Super-Wide ZeroFrame Curved LED Monitor - £1200 and still 60hz (capable of being overclocked to 100mhz)

They say you can't really tell the difference after 1khz refresh rate, but I bet at 100mhz must run really smooth...
Is that factory setting or do you need to overclock, not sure I want to void a warranty? :)

editted: You already said overclocked, my bad. Looks like I'll give it a pass.

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