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Asus VP228TE 21.5" FHD 1ms Gaming Monitor - £67.98 @ ebuyer

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Great deal. Saw some Benq monitors same specs for like £120 about a month ago and that was a deal.
Muffinss Avatar2d, 8h agoFound 2 days, 8 hours ago20 Comments
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adderrson
This monitor is pretty redundant.
Not IPS so not recommended for workstation use.
Only 60hz 1080p so not recommended for PC gaming.
1ms response time (grey to grey) but no HDMI so no use for console gaming either.
"Only 60hz 1080p so not recommended for PC gaming." only?? That's what i run all my games on, and is very good. Really good bang for your money, Beyond that you're looking at at least £100 more for higher res or higher refresh rates. And then you're looking at upgrading your PC to make the most out of them as well.

1080p 60hz monitor for £67, really nothing to complain about. Especially if it's an extra monitor on top of what you already have.



Edited By: RyanBest on Aug 28, 2016 20:27
linhang90
NO IPS...
You can't get an IPS with 1MS response and especially at this price.
NO IPS...
xela333
Rhythmeister
Oh, it IS only 60Hz at 1920x1080 res, yuck :(

It's under £70 people, Excellent value for people on a budget or a second screen

​If money is the issue, you can grab a half-decent used 22" VGA monitor for £20 - £30 with a 3 - 6 month warranty from Cash Generator/Cash Convertors.

Edited By: adderrson on Aug 28, 2016 13:23
This monitor is pretty redundant.

Not IPS so not recommended for workstation use.

Only 60hz 1080p so not recommended for PC gaming.

1ms response time (grey to grey) but no HDMI so no use for console gaming either.
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LG 29" 29UC88 Curved IPS Ultra Wide @ Ebuyer - £299.99

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A good £20 cheaper than anywhere else.
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equivalent of a 23"@ 1920x1080
I have an LG wide-screen, awesome to game on, great for having 2 documents side by side. if in doubt, go for it.
FinderOfDeals
It should be remembered on Ultra wides, that something like 29" is going to give you a tiny screen compared normal widescreens. After all, it's measuring from corner to corner on the diagonal.

Well area is not that bad (if I've calculated this right) at 1965cm² which is just a bit less than a 27" 16:9 has. But the vertical size is the problem. 29" 21:9 is only 290mm heigh which is just a bit more than a 'normal'* 23" has.
*that is 'normal' since 4:3 and 5:4 ratio monitors had a lot more. The move to 16:9 meant a large loss of vertical space.
It should be remembered on Ultra wides, that something like 29" is going to give you a tiny screen compared normal widescreens. After all, it's measuring from corner to corner on the diagonal.

Edited By: FinderOfDeals on Aug 27, 2016 15:21
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LG 22" Full HD IPS monitor - £84.99 @ Ebuyer

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best price ive seen for a while
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mwoodger
Can anyone help a noob with a comparison between these two. I'm a casual gamer, maybe some GTA but mainly just after a decent screen for not much outlay.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-vp228te-21-5-fhd-1ms-gaming-monitor-67-98-ebuyer-2502406



I'd go for this if your just a casual gamer as better image quality. The other is better if your a fairly competitive online gamer.
linhang90
LesD
linhang90
Shame no speaker

And no VESA mounts!

Speakers and Vesa for the same price with this Hanns one.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JIX2AZ8/?tag=ho01f-21


Excuse me if i am ignorant lol but never heard of this Hanns G brand???any good??



They are a well known budget brand in the monitor world. Good value for money
Can anyone help a noob with a comparison between these two. I'm a casual gamer, maybe some GTA but mainly just after a decent screen for not much outlay.

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-vp228te-21-5-fhd-1ms-gaming-monitor-67-98-ebuyer-2502406

Edited By: mwoodger on Aug 27, 2016 20:30: typo
linhang90
LesD
linhang90
Shame no speaker
And no VESA mounts!
Speakers and Vesa for the same price with this Hanns one.https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JIX2AZ8/?tag=ho01f-21
Excuse me if i am ignorant lol but never heard of this Hanns G brand???any good??

http://www.hannspree.eu/en/about-hannspree/about-us

This replaced a 19" HannsG which I'd had for about 5 years before it died. That was handed down (!) from my son who knows about these things.

Both have had brilliant images. But I don't use it for gaming so can't comment of its worth for that.
LesD
linhang90
Shame no speaker

And no VESA mounts!

Speakers and Vesa for the same price with this Hanns one.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00JIX2AZ8/?tag=ho01f-21


Excuse me if i am ignorant lol but never heard of this Hanns G brand???any good??
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HP 250 G4 Laptop £329.99 Ebuyer

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Intel Core i5-6200U 2.3GHz 8GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6 HD + DVD Writer WIFI + Bluetooth + Webcam Windows 10 Home 64 Spotted this and thought it looked good. Any advice from the community for better
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tdk2bu
not full HD. the recent dell deal better for a little less with full HD and back-lit keyboard but no dvd
That dell deal is expired ...any other good options with similar specs?
not full HD. the recent dell deal better for a little less with full HD and back-lit keyboard but no dvd
I'd be tempted to hold out for a deal on the HP Probook 450, they're business oriented laptops so are better built than the 250
Would've thought something like this would be sub £300. Looks a little overpriced, having said that, not seen all the little specs that can make a difference sometimes. But the resolution would definitely be killing this on the price.
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Acer 32" 4k IPS 10bit G-Sync Monitor - £699.00 - Ebuyer

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I was looking for a screen that suits my gaming habits as well as my Photo and 3D work and didn't realise that one existed with all this tech combined. usually you get one or the other. 4k, IPS & G-Sy…
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back down to £699. Now says £160 off instead of £80, which is probably true but still funny. like they raised it to make a point :P
yoyo59


tropicocitwo
IPS isa little overrated if you don't do colour-critical work, plus you get the IPS glow with so many monitors these days.
I have a Dell S2716DG, if you're mainly a gamer I would suggest something similar to this as it's a lower price point than anything IPS, whilst still maintaining good colours and decent viewing angles (aside from below, but I think all TN suffers from this).
Then again, I use f.lux to reduce eye fatigue so an accurate colour panel is largely irrelevant to me I suppose :(

I tried to go back to 27'' but after using the x34 the screen seemed so small to me, also on z35 now but 32'' would still be nice
quadpatch
yoyo59
quadpatch
Got this yesterday and super happy with it! Games are a little tricky to run at native res on a GTX 970 but still look amazing. Batman: AK runs between 25-35fps on max setting though, didn't expect that. Happy to run more demanding games at 1440p until the GTX 1180 comes out. I don't think that I can justify a Titan-X.
Photos are probably the most impressive thing, although backlight uniformity on grey isn't great it looks fine when an image is being displayed. Zero backlight bleed, but IPS glow is more of an issue on this monitor and size. Photoshops scaling is so annoying! It only has 100 or 200% and neither of them really work. All that said it is stunning for photography. 8mp is just about enough to see perfect detail from a 24mp beyer pattern sensor without needing to zoom in (since 24mp is only really 6mp with cheating, but kinda gives a bit more).
3D programs look great. I tried Maya and Max and damn they look good. Very responsive on the GTX 970. I haven't tried Unreal4 or Substance Painter yet, but can't wait!!
Is it worth the money? Yeah I'd say so but I would have paid a few hundred more for a more uniform backlight (for the content creation side).
I'm on the edge with this monitor, not sure what to do, I feel like spending £700 on monitor may be alot when I can feel that new monitors will be coming soon, also IPS glow lottery kind of puts me off with ebuyer

​I know what you mean about waiting for new models, but I just couldn't wait any more. I don't think IPS glow is random though, aren't you thinking of backlight bleed? either way I've heard people say sending stuff back to Ebuyer isn't great but I've never had to do it.

how is the 32'' ? also how is the monitor at fps gaming like fast racing or like bf4 even? is it good?
I feel like I need to try one out before I can buy one ,its too much of a risk

​The 32" screen size feels just about right for 4k to me. I had a 1600p 30" for the last 8 years and found it rather too low res at that size, even tho I was happy with the size.

Unfortunately I can't try my 2 installed shooters at the moment (Crysis and Doom) because I lost my internet connection early and these games needs them to be authorised (I hadn't played them since installing) over the internet before allowing them to play *rolls eyes*. I was supposed to have internet right up to the day I leave the country, but Sky cut me off 2 weeks early without warning (bunch of C**ts!!). Now I have to wait until my stuff comes out of storage once I get my permanent apartment in Sweden (5 weeks time)... meh! oh well, something else to look forward to.

What I have played is Ethan Carter (35-50fps) and Batman: AK (25-35fps). Both with all settings maxed @ 4k with 2xAA on a GTX970. The former looked incerdible and sooo smooth! But both looked insanely good. I can't wait to upgrade my GPU in a year or two, but for now I will mostly be restricted to 1440p. I don't think Doom or Crysis will work as well, but just don't know yet. I will install tons of games once the PC comes out of storage and I am on the internet again. One thing to note is that if your fps goes above 60 then you will get taring again. I didn't realise this, I assumed it would lock at 60 automatically but no. I had that problem if I turned the AA off completely for Ethan Carter @4k. This is no big deal it seems as you can just cap your fps with Nvidia Inspector and then if that feature is needed it will just make your GPU cooler (win win) :).


Edited By: quadpatch on Aug 29, 2016 09:34: typo
Expired - up to £858 now.
yoyo59
RedRain
why is g sync worth money what does it do

it makes your gaming experience smooth even if you can't maintain 60fps or higher also if you get any tearing it will eliminate it unlike v sync which creates input lag when enabled also v sync either locks to 30fps if you can't get 60fps


​hmmm intresting imput lag is a killer thanks for info
this has gone back up in price btw
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Grill Sergeant 12 inch BBQ £9.99 with FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY @ eBuyer (Buy today for del Saturday)

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Fab Price with FREE NEXT DAY Delivery, if you order TODAY in next 7 hours you will get it Tomorrow (Saturday). Just in time for the Bank Holiday weekend BBQ's. He's not huge, but he is great looking
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Boyee
pitbullmern
every time i see this im always reminded of super troopers lolhttp://images.mentalfloss.com/sites/default/files/styles/article_640x430/public/superhed.jpg
​Right meow

Mother of god
Got mine. Quality is shoddy but for a tenner the novelty factor is OK I suppose.
andyb83
My brother had one of these. It literally destroyed itself on the first use!

I used mine for the first time on Wednesday and it didn't destroy itself.

It's not perfect for parties. too small

Not a great bbq but sure looks the part. Got mine on Amazon for 12.60 Inc post

Https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/ol/B00QGZ9EIC/ref=mw_dp_olp?ie=UTF8&condition=new





Edited By: kotr on Aug 27, 2016 11:18
Free delivery no longer offered on this item from ebuyer.
these don't get enough air to the coals and don't burn hot enough. the selection of bbqs in the range is excellent for anyone looking for good quality cast iron bbqs
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Sandisk SSD Plus 480GB SSD - £84.99 @ Ebuyer

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Free Delivery. Specifications: Capacity: 480GB Read Speed: up to 535 MB/s Write Speed: up to 445 MB/s Interface: SATA Revision 3.0 (6 Gb/s) Amazon link for more info: https://www.amazon.…
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£83.26. A massive 2% off.
Flubit came back
79 for old version
83 for new version

Used amazon link
Is this any good or samsung 850 950 r much better?
99 now?
napior
CAL23
Still £84.99 at Amazon. Let's see what Flubit comes up with.
​lets us know

Knocked £2 off in my case, normally I get discounts of around 10-13%. - guess they can't go much lower.
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MSI - Nvidia GTX 1060 OC 3Gb @ Ebuyer for £192.51

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A lot better than the 480 in my opinion that's hot at the moment... A lot better performance. Better bang for the Buck. Oh wait £ :D This is the 3Gb model however, unless you actually understan…
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revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
This is a 1050ti, as soon as they disabled cores it failed to be a 1060, 3gb vram is already limiting and pointless, doom nightmare won't even allow a sniff at 4gb or less, regardless of if it can be used or not games are already limiting for 4gb+ at 1080p.
It's beyond most people why this card was even released it has no place, it's not worth the money, and as the months go on and games are released the 3gb will start to limp very quickly.
Do you call the AMD 480 4GB the 470ti?
If not, stop calling this the 1050 ti, as it's a joke.
The 480's memory is clocked 14% lower between models while the 1060 has 11% less CUDAs.
Sorry but this makes no sense to me? very confusing comment.
You've called the 1060 3GB model a '1050 ti' multiple times.
Are you ok with calling the 480 4GB a 470 ti?
Or a 470X?
The 480 4 GB has 7GHz VRAM while the 8GB 480 has 8GHz VRAM.
That's 14% slower memory. Comparing that to the NVIDIA 1060 3 v 6... The difference in CUDA cores is 11.1%
So, I ask again, are you happy to call the 480 4GB by some other name too?
Very simple solution to this argument both the 3gb 1060 and the 4gb 480 are crap problem solved

That's the thing, neither are crap. They just are competing for the same market share.

The 1060 3GB beats the 480 4GB in every game at DX11 while the 480 4GB edges out in about 50% of the DX12 titles.

A buyer of either these cards should expect to play today's games at 1080p max settings, but any potential future games may have to be moved down to high.

DX12 is not mature yet and won't be for multiple years. It took DX11 a long time to prosper.

None of the current AMD or NVIDIA cards actually support DX12 fully, saying they do is a lie.

Pascal supports tier 12.1 while Polaris only clocks in at 12.0. But they both lack varying features of DX12.
Nate1492
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
This is a 1050ti, as soon as they disabled cores it failed to be a 1060, 3gb vram is already limiting and pointless, doom nightmare won't even allow a sniff at 4gb or less, regardless of if it can be used or not games are already limiting for 4gb+ at 1080p.
It's beyond most people why this card was even released it has no place, it's not worth the money, and as the months go on and games are released the 3gb will start to limp very quickly.
Do you call the AMD 480 4GB the 470ti?
If not, stop calling this the 1050 ti, as it's a joke.
The 480's memory is clocked 14% lower between models while the 1060 has 11% less CUDAs.
Sorry but this makes no sense to me? very confusing comment.
You've called the 1060 3GB model a '1050 ti' multiple times.
Are you ok with calling the 480 4GB a 470 ti?
Or a 470X?
The 480 4 GB has 7GHz VRAM while the 8GB 480 has 8GHz VRAM.
That's 14% slower memory. Comparing that to the NVIDIA 1060 3 v 6... The difference in CUDA cores is 11.1%
So, I ask again, are you happy to call the 480 4GB by some other name too?
Very simple solution to this argument both the 3gb 1060 and the 4gb 480 are crap problem solved
Nate1492
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
This is a 1050ti, as soon as they disabled cores it failed to be a 1060, 3gb vram is already limiting and pointless, doom nightmare won't even allow a sniff at 4gb or less, regardless of if it can be used or not games are already limiting for 4gb+ at 1080p.
It's beyond most people why this card was even released it has no place, it's not worth the money, and as the months go on and games are released the 3gb will start to limp very quickly.
Do you call the AMD 480 4GB the 470ti?
If not, stop calling this the 1050 ti, as it's a joke.
The 480's memory is clocked 14% lower between models while the 1060 has 11% less CUDAs.
Sorry but this makes no sense to me? very confusing comment.
You've called the 1060 3GB model a '1050 ti' multiple times.
Are you ok with calling the 480 4GB a 470 ti?
Or a 470X?
The 480 4 GB has 7GHz VRAM while the 8GB 480 has 8GHz VRAM.
That's 14% slower memory. Comparing that to the NVIDIA 1060 3 v 6... The difference in CUDA cores is 11.1%
So, I ask again, are you happy to call the 480 4GB by some other name too?

It's really sad when people cannot afford a decent graphics card and buy this 1050Ti, that cant even run current titles.
revolver31
Nate1492
revolver31
This is a 1050ti, as soon as they disabled cores it failed to be a 1060, 3gb vram is already limiting and pointless, doom nightmare won't even allow a sniff at 4gb or less, regardless of if it can be used or not games are already limiting for 4gb+ at 1080p.
It's beyond most people why this card was even released it has no place, it's not worth the money, and as the months go on and games are released the 3gb will start to limp very quickly.
Do you call the AMD 480 4GB the 470ti?
If not, stop calling this the 1050 ti, as it's a joke.
The 480's memory is clocked 14% lower between models while the 1060 has 11% less CUDAs.
Sorry but this makes no sense to me? very confusing comment.

You've called the 1060 3GB model a '1050 ti' multiple times.

Are you ok with calling the 480 4GB a 470 ti?

Or a 470X?

The 480 4 GB has 7GHz VRAM while the 8GB 480 has 8GHz VRAM.

That's 14% slower memory. Comparing that to the NVIDIA 1060 3 v 6... The difference in CUDA cores is 11.1%

So, I ask again, are you happy to call the 480 4GB by some other name too?
dictionaryCorner
He he. I thought supermarket fuel deals were entertaining. Gonna have to watch out for more graphics card deals. Keep it up fellas.

Welcome to the geek side. 8)

This is almost common for AMD vs Nvidia. Wait until AMD release their ZEN CPU and then look out for AMD vs Intel threads.
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Crucial MX300 275GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD - £62.99 delivered - Ebuyer

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Crucial MX300 275GB SATA III 2.5inch SSD Capacity 275GB 2.5inch SATA III Sequential Read/Write 530MB/s - 510MB/s Memory Type Micron 3D TLC NAND
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They no longer comment because of the backlash.
hellojerry
jimunix
Cold with no comments. FFS.


I'm sure it's cold for the TLC NAND and the price comparison with other brands and models like Sandisk or Kingston


​Possibly. But we really have no idea. Cold voters who leave no comment should get off HUKD.
jimunix
Cold with no comments. FFS.


I'm sure it's cold for the TLC NAND and the price comparison with other brands and models like Sandisk or Kingston
is this actually any better than the bx200? the 240gb goes for less than £40 from time to time
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Sapphire Radeon RX 480 Nitro+ 4GB - £198.99 @ Ebuyer

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Couldn't find it cheaper anywhere else.
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ttttd
derp1664
ttttd
derp1664
Gkains
derp1664
AMD sucks. Nvidia sucks.
Both faceless greedy corporation.
However, while that is true, one of them is greedier and lives by the adage 'business is war'.
Consumers may not care but a company which plays so aggressively is hardly the consumers friend as witnessed by how poorly their cards age (planned obsolescence? poor reading of how the industry is going?), or how they react when something goes wrong (the solder defects which affected millions of parts in the 8800GT era).
So you think AMD are only in business from the good of their hearts? If AMD had monstrous market share you think they wouldn't be complacent with their morals? Right now they can't afford to be, both figuratively and literally.
Kind of missing the point. It's not so black and white and AMD are definitely more consumer friendly than Nvidia even when there's no obvious benefit to them, e.g. open source drivers.
Conjecture. Nobody knows what a successful AMD would be like because AMD are not successful. :{
Not the point. AMD's "morals" only buys them goodwill and goodwill means basically jack amongst consumers. For every AMD fanboy who responded to the open source drivers there are 100 Nvidia fanboys who respond to their endless advertising. My point is it's irrelevant to their success whether AMD keeps doing nice stuff. Whether AMD will continue doing it if they become Nvidia level successful is a red herring.

Ah okay, so what you're saying is AMD are not very good at business. Thanks that's much clearer now I understand.



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derp1664
ttttd
derp1664
Gkains
derp1664
AMD sucks. Nvidia sucks.
Both faceless greedy corporation.
However, while that is true, one of them is greedier and lives by the adage 'business is war'.
Consumers may not care but a company which plays so aggressively is hardly the consumers friend as witnessed by how poorly their cards age (planned obsolescence? poor reading of how the industry is going?), or how they react when something goes wrong (the solder defects which affected millions of parts in the 8800GT era).
So you think AMD are only in business from the good of their hearts? If AMD had monstrous market share you think they wouldn't be complacent with their morals? Right now they can't afford to be, both figuratively and literally.
Kind of missing the point. It's not so black and white and AMD are definitely more consumer friendly than Nvidia even when there's no obvious benefit to them, e.g. open source drivers.
Conjecture. Nobody knows what a successful AMD would be like because AMD are not successful. :{

Not the point. AMD's "morals" only buys them goodwill and goodwill means basically jack amongst consumers. For every AMD fanboy who responded to the open source drivers there are 100 Nvidia fanboys who respond to their endless advertising. My point is it's irrelevant to their success whether AMD keeps doing nice stuff. Whether AMD will continue doing it if they become Nvidia level successful is a red herring.
ttttd
derp1664
Gkains
derp1664
AMD sucks. Nvidia sucks.
Both faceless greedy corporation.
However, while that is true, one of them is greedier and lives by the adage 'business is war'.
Consumers may not care but a company which plays so aggressively is hardly the consumers friend as witnessed by how poorly their cards age (planned obsolescence? poor reading of how the industry is going?), or how they react when something goes wrong (the solder defects which affected millions of parts in the 8800GT era).
So you think AMD are only in business from the good of their hearts? If AMD had monstrous market share you think they wouldn't be complacent with their morals? Right now they can't afford to be, both figuratively and literally.
Kind of missing the point. It's not so black and white and AMD are definitely more consumer friendly than Nvidia even when there's no obvious benefit to them, e.g. open source drivers.

Conjecture. Nobody knows what a successful AMD would be like because AMD are not successful. :{
Out of stock.
ollie87
imcconvey
AMDead

Novidia shill confirmed.


​Stop cry.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB HYBRID £398.99 @ eBuyer

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Great price. £500+ on Amazon and other sites. Introducing the EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti HYBRID, an "all in one" water cooling solution that significantly lowers the GPU operating temperature. Best of…
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Dean2k14
GonzoFK
hybridandy
I don't know how this is cold if it's the cheapest water cooled 980ti available right now. :|
Being ​the cheapest doesn't mean it's necessarily a deal.
Being the cheapest available is kind of the whole point of a deal no? Vs the more expensive ones this is a good deal


​No, not when you can buy a better product for cheaper.
Dean2k14
GonzoFK
hybridandy
I don't know how this is cold if it's the cheapest water cooled 980ti available right now. :|
Being ​the cheapest doesn't mean it's necessarily a deal.
Being the cheapest available is kind of the whole point of a deal no? Vs the more expensive ones this is a good deal

No, if you are buying outdated technology that is cheaper than other outdated technology... It is not a deal.

Hey, would you like to buy this Geforce 260? It's the cheapest Geforce 260 on the market...

That's not much of a deal because the card has been replaced by a card for cheaper.

Cheaper, better, stronger can make something not a deal.
GonzoFK
hybridandy
I don't know how this is cold if it's the cheapest water cooled 980ti available right now. :|
Being ​the cheapest doesn't mean it's necessarily a deal.
Being the cheapest available is kind of the whole point of a deal no? Vs the more expensive ones this is a good deal
hybridandy
I don't know how this is cold if it's the cheapest water cooled 980ti available right now. :|


Being ​the cheapest doesn't mean it's necessarily a deal.
I don't know how this is cold if it's the cheapest water cooled 980ti available right now. :|
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Ricoh SG-3110DN A4 Colour Geljet Printer (with Duplex) £39.99 @ Ebuyer

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This is similar in details to the Ricoh SG-2100 (which is now reduced to £29.99 at Ebyer) but this one is proper duplex. There is no wi-fi but an ethernet connection, so it can be shared the same way.…
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Thanks, people here often ask about duplex, it is a lot easier if it does it properly. It's so easy to get a jam if you're doing it manually and then it's difficult to sort out.

That seems quite cheap for OEM cartriges although if they are the same as the ones supplied with the printer they are only (about) 700 pages. I think there are larger 1500 page cartridges available

Edited By: jasee on Aug 24, 2016 14:49
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Dell E310dw A4 Wireless Mono Laser Printer with duplex - *Still available* £39.99 FREE delivery @ Ebuyer

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26ppm Mono Print 8.5 seconds First page USB, Network & Wireless Automatic Double Sided Printing 600 x 600 dpi Print * Includes 700 page toner cartridge
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Even buying a high yield toner as well, this still works out cheaper than a toner for my current printer, so no brainer for me.
bigsofty
I live in Northern Scotland, yet their postage comes up as offshore, so not free. Dumb EBuyer. COLD!
you could phone and tell them to update their database, if you want the offer, or will future offers always be cold however good the value ?
I live in Northern Scotland, yet their postage comes up as offshore, so not free. Dumb EBuyer. COLD!
This has Google Cloud Print and Airprint built-in.
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Asus Z170 Sabertooth S ATX Motherboard £155.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Been looking for parts to build a Gaming PC and fancy this MB as it looks sexy and I want an aesthetically pleasing black/white build. I know lots on here don't like ebuyer but I have used them for…
Bepto Avatar6d, 13h agoFound 6 days, 13 hours ago5 Comments
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Can get many other mobos with much better specs and spray paint em yourself :D
pigletsonfire
This is not a deal...
It is for me bud & anyone else looking for this motherboard.
This is not a deal...
looks like its been spuzzed over by some whitewalkers. Its pricey for what it is, but then I suppose you are paying for the erm.. "paint". Shame you didnt want black / red as the MSI z170s are (marginally) cheaper

Edited By: deeplink on Aug 23, 2016 11:55
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MSI GeForce GTX 1070 GAMING X 8G 8GB GDDR5 £411.99 Delivered Ebuyer

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Just beats Amazon, which is £419.95
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bobo53
Studge
prices are coming down very slower... I would recommend waiting until all gtx1070 get sub £400
not voted because it is the lowest price on this card but still overpriced
already at 359 but no one was interested, lets say £300 then

Exactly, a few posts at £359, but they still don't sell many

The inflated prices have met there target audience (die hard Nvidia fans and people with more money than sense) they are coming down slowly, but they have pi**ed in the face of even more people (again)

At least they made record profits on MUCH lower sales, they can keep this up a few more years, until the serious legal actions starts (and they're fined similar to Intel, at which point it's too late)
does this have 8GB ram at full speed? or is it 7.5GB, cause you would never know with nvidia
hand1999
I wanted to vote warm, but there's no such option. So here you go, have some heat. :)

Just ordered EVGA 1070 SC from yesterday -- would have ordered this instead had I known the deal.


​Stick with the evga sc, I'm very impressed with mine.
Still time to cancel and get this one :-)
hand1999
I wanted to vote warm, but there's no such option. So here you go, have some heat. :)
Just ordered EVGA 1070 SC from yesterday -- would have ordered this instead had I known the deal.
Bought one of these at £420, great card, so quiet.
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Microsoft XBox controller for PC from £37.49 delivered EBuyer

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Found this controller on EBuyer which was £12.50 cheaper than Currys. Shows that it is well worth shopping around. Couldn't find any valid voucher codes.
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I compared this against amazon and it was more expensive.
Will do some more investigation to see if I have been sold a pup though!
and amazon doing this particular one for 22.47 anyway?
No,no reason to have this over normal wired 360 pad,they are exactly the same except this comes with a driver disk,which you dont need as windows installs them anyway
For PC is there any particular reason to opt for this over the much cheaper wired 360 controller?
LeMeep
Appears to be old model (no mention of headphone jack, reviews from 2 years ago).
Just buy new wireless model (around £34 on amazon atm) and use any micro-usb to usb wire for PC.
Or the wireless adapter
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Microsoft Lumia 950 XL 32GB Smartphone - Black £336.20 @ Ebuyer

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This post isn't about which OS is the greatest, so spammers and fanboys go easy on each other. It's all about personal choice. As the White option is still £400+ this one is the cheapest so far as…
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As a Windows Phone fan, I accept that there is a declining interest in Windows phones. Last month I turned this to my advantage by buying a second hand grade A Lumia 930 from CEX for £140. The only significant difference between the Lumia 930 and the Lumia 950 is that the Lumia 950 features continuum. I refuse to pay more than twice as much for a high end Windows phone just to get continuum. There are other surprisingly cheap phones at CEX. Last Year I bought a Nexus 5 from CEX. You can currently buy a grade A Nexus 5 from CEX for just £145: https://uk.webuy.com/phones/product.php?mastersku=SLGD82116GB&sku=SLGD82116GBUNLA#.V8QCFjb6uM8

Edited By: PaulHM on Aug 29, 2016 10:39
mbuckhurst
I just bought a warehouse deal one of these from Amazon, like new without marks for £250ish, and I love it, admittedly I'm not interested in games or pointless apps, the camera is good, integration with OneDrive and office is a huge benefit for me, the screen is nice and battery life is pretty good - on previous phones I've had to keep an eye on battery levels and charge during the day, this one I've not worried about it - ironically the fast charge via USB-C seems a bit redundant at least whilst the battery is new. It's a good phone if you want a phone for mainly phone tasks.

Perhaps where it stands out compared to the competition is the replaceable battery and microSD support, both make it a lot better to live with, the only reason I was upgrading from my old Lumia was because the none replaceable battery was becoming an issue after 3 years, otherwise I'd happily have kept it. The flipside, making the battery removable has lead MS down the route of using a plastic back cover, which is pretty much the same as the 640XL, which if you can get on a warehouse deal for £105 (I bought one for my wife a few weeks ago, which gave me a chance to see if the larger screen was usable vs the 950 size) is probably a bit better value for money.

I've got a display dock on order from Ebay £43, so this could be really useful or a complete waste of time, I wait to see.

All in all, nothing stands out, but nothing holds it back and the removable battery will give this phone a much better life expectancy, if you can get replacements in a couple of years time.

mike


​I did the same on Prime Day and got one for £234 but ended up having to send it back as the camera was broke, was absolutely gutted. Amazon were unable to replace the unit either. I really liked the phone and and have always been a fan of Windows 10 for Mobiles in spite of the 'app gap'.

Saw this deal on gsmarena the other day and it is a little rich for me, £250 seems about right for this in my opinion. Not voting either way cause it's one of, if not the best price right now. Just not worth £300+ imho.
I just bought a warehouse deal one of these from Amazon, like new without marks for £250ish, and I love it, admittedly I'm not interested in games or pointless apps, the camera is good, integration with OneDrive and office is a huge benefit for me, the screen is nice and battery life is pretty good - on previous phones I've had to keep an eye on battery levels and charge during the day, this one I've not worried about it - ironically the fast charge via USB-C seems a bit redundant at least whilst the battery is new. It's a good phone if you want a phone for mainly phone tasks.

Perhaps where it stands out compared to the competition is the replaceable battery and microSD support, both make it a lot better to live with, the only reason I was upgrading from my old Lumia was because the none replaceable battery was becoming an issue after 3 years, otherwise I'd happily have kept it. The flipside, making the battery removable has lead MS down the route of using a plastic back cover, which is pretty much the same as the 640XL, which if you can get on a warehouse deal for £105 (I bought one for my wife a few weeks ago, which gave me a chance to see if the larger screen was usable vs the 950 size) is probably a bit better value for money.

I've got a display dock on order from Ebay £43, so this could be really useful or a complete waste of time, I wait to see.

All in all, nothing stands out, but nothing holds it back and the removable battery will give this phone a much better life expectancy, if you can get replacements in a couple of years time.

mike
I had high hopes for the 950 series and got the standard 950 as a work phone, my colleague got a 950XL. While we're not disappointed I'm certainly glad I didn't get one for my personal phone.
They're not bad phones though, and the OS isn't too intrusive. Build quality is decent enough.
Camera is pretty good, battery life ok.
I've not had any performance issues but to be fair haven't really tried anything too taxing with it.
It's all just a bit average though. And coupled with the App Gap, which is definitely a thing, I don't think the phone is worth any more than around £250.
Microsoft should have priced these aggressively from day 1 to get a bit of a landgrab in the market but I fear it's been left too late.

Edited By: lukec36 on Aug 22, 2016 15:00: typo
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Hard Reset Extended Edition PC DVD 21p Ebuyer (+ Delivery £3.58)

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In the only remaining human city of Bezoar, Major Fletcher, an Army Combat Veteran, is dragged into a conflict between two of mankind's greatest enemies. He is to discover that nothing is what it seem…
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I really enjoyed playing this.
quite pricey with the delivery
Good price. Best to add "eBuyer" to the title.

There's a playable demo of it on Steam if people want to try it out first: http://store.steampowered.com/app/98400/
Good find, if you were going to buy with something else
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XFX AMD Radeon RX 480 4GB - Better than the stupid ass 1060 3GB £182.99 @ Ebuyer

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This performs way better than the 1060 3GB especially in future proof apis. In fact even a 470 does. The 1060 3GB has 10% less cores than the 6GB version and half the VRAM. Novideo false adverti…
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Sounds more like an anti-Nvidia rant than a hot deal. Just sayin'..........
It's been taken off the site:
'XFX Radeon RX 480 4GB GDDR5 HDMI 3x DisplayPort PCI-E Graphics Card' is discontinued; here are some similar products.
wozukSilencer
Nate1492
I'm not sure if you could be a bigger AMD fanboy if you tried.
The title? Wow, 'stupid ass 1060'? What is that, third grade?
i de-americanized it for you
The title? Wow, 'stupid ass 1060'? What is that, third year?

Great minds think alike.
Nate1492
I'm not sure if you could be a bigger AMD fanboy if you tried.
The title? Wow, 'stupid ass 1060'? What is that, third grade?

'What is that, third grade?' - what is this, America?
Nate1492
I'm not sure if you could be a bigger AMD fanboy if you tried.
The title? Wow, 'stupid ass 1060'? What is that, third grade?
i de-americanized it for you
The title? Wow, 'stupid ass 1060'? What is that, third year?
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GTX 1070 Palit £359.99 @ Ebuyer

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Ebuyer doing the same deal as Scan, free delivery.
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ah well, these things happen! hot price :)
CharlieBravo
boo! I got one of these delivered a week ago for more, do they do the Amazon refund the difference thing? :|

Will Ebuyer refund you the difference? No I've never heard of them doing that.
boo! I got one of these delivered a week ago for more, do they do the Amazon refund the difference thing? :|
Got a faulty MSI 1070 from Ebuyer 2 weeks ago that's going in for a refund next week. 80 quid dearer than this one so hot from me! Would be a good replacement for mine when I get the cash back!
Bugz
Wonder if this would be worth sli with my FE ?:/
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