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Samsung UBD-K8500 Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player £222.90 @ Kikatek

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seems a good price on this Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player been looking around and its £299 in currys hope this helps someone, plus 3 free uhd blurays
seems a good price on this Ultra HD Blu-Ray Player been looking around and its £299 in currys hope this helps someone, plus 3 free uhd blurays
djdean Avatar1w, 6d agoFound 1 week, 6 days ago11 Comments
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afroylnt
How much better signal / picture would this player produce when playing a non-4k bluray? I suspect to be of any real benefit it will need 4k bluray discs......

I haven't found much different tbh. I've just got my 3 free discs, but the only 4k played so far has been Deadpool. It was a very good picture, but I couldn't tell a world of difference over standard BR.
How much better signal / picture would this player produce when playing a non-4k bluray? I suspect to be of any real benefit it will need 4k bluray discs......
great little player.
I think the disc offer has expired from samsung additions. so if not in box, could be difficult??
driweris
djdean
Daftasabrush
They were giving these way cheap when you buy a Samsung TV.
I just bought one on EBAY, brand new and sealed, with receipt from j Lewis with transferable 2 year warranty, £162.
link
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-UBD-K8500-Smart-4k-Ultra-HD-3D-Blu-ray-DVD-Player-with-3-blu-ray-discs-/282358450179?hash=item41bde00803:g:GqwAAOSwImRYfLhk
no good unless you live in surry as you have to collect
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AMD RYZEN 7 1800X 4.0GHZ 8 CORE £480.84 Kikatek

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Leaked ryzen prices http://www.kikatek.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=RYZEN
Leaked ryzen prices http://www.kikatek.com/advanced_search_result.php?keywords=RYZEN
frothar Avatar2w, 3d agoFound 2 weeks, 3 days ago22 Comments
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my question in my head is - how much space have they got on the am4 socket for a 3rd zen core :p yes i'm thinking a 12c/24t monster :D
For me as long as the r1800x performs within 10% of the 6900 in c4d I'm happy..And if the lower clocked ones are as overclockable as the 1800x is, i'm likely to buy them.. I suspect the lower speed ones are using too much power (beyond 95w) at 3.6ghz/4ghz..

the 65w 8c/16t part is very very tempting :D
Gkains
vmistery
Haha speaking of those CPUs guess what runs my entire network at the moment:
hw.model: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU C2758 @ 2.40GHz
hw.machine: amd64
hw.ncpu: 8
Just waiting to see what SuperMicro are going to do about it...
So far it seems only Cisco are being pro-active. Guess their margins are high enough, and having tons of enterprise routers fail would be a disaster.
Synology's prices are high too but it seems they will only do something when a device fails. Guess their high prices are like Nvidia's: just high prices without good support.
(Mentioning Nvidia here as their infamous solder defect and the way kept trying - mostly successfully - burying it was one of the worst recent hardware defect issues, up their with Capacitor Plague although was spread over tons of vendors.)
Supermicro have been living in the high margin server market for decades so they should be able to afford to do something.
The nicest thing about this Atom issues is how so far most OEMs have not mentioned Intel as it seems they have some kind of NDA gagging agreement with Intel. A total misuse of legal agreements in my opinion but increasingly common.
While I wouldn't want OEMs to make excuses that it is all Intel's fault, I also don't think it is fair that the OEMs should suffer all the damage to their reputation and let Intel of the hook. But that is what mostly happened with the Nvidia solder defects: with the notorious HP DV6000 series, HP suffered almost all the reputation loss mostly unfairly. Yes, the DV6000 series had poor cooling which made the heat-cycle issue worse but all that meant is that they failed earlier than other laptops using those Nividia parts - but the nature of the solder defect meant that all those parts would eventually fail even if they had good cooling.
Thing is with SuperMicro you know you are getting a bit of a white box and that has its risks and benefits. We get the functionality and performance of a Cisco but at a fraction of the cost, the cost is then worse support and the fact you have a smaller pool of people who can actually use non-cisco kit for Networking puposes (and even fewer who can configure it well). Basically I don't expect SuperMicro to do much about it although no doubt they should, I did hear they might do a retune / replace for people who are worried but I can't recall where I read that.
vmistery
Haha speaking of those CPUs guess what runs my entire network at the moment:
hw.model: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU C2758 @ 2.40GHz
hw.machine: amd64
hw.ncpu: 8
Just waiting to see what SuperMicro are going to do about it...
So far it seems only Cisco are being pro-active. Guess their margins are high enough, and having tons of enterprise routers fail would be a disaster.
Synology's prices are high too but it seems they will only do something when a device fails. Guess their high prices are like Nvidia's: just high prices without good support.
(Mentioning Nvidia here as their infamous solder defect and the way kept trying - mostly successfully - burying it was one of the worst recent hardware defect issues, up their with Capacitor Plague although was spread over tons of vendors.)
Supermicro have been living in the high margin server market for decades so they should be able to afford to do something.
The nicest thing about this Atom issues is how so far most OEMs have not mentioned Intel as it seems they have some kind of NDA gagging agreement with Intel. A total misuse of legal agreements in my opinion but increasingly common.
While I wouldn't want OEMs to make excuses that it is all Intel's fault, I also don't think it is fair that the OEMs should suffer all the damage to their reputation and let Intel of the hook. But that is what mostly happened with the Nvidia solder defects: with the notorious HP DV6000 series, HP suffered almost all the reputation loss mostly unfairly. Yes, the DV6000 series had poor cooling which made the heat-cycle issue worse but all that meant is that they failed earlier than other laptops using those Nividia parts - but the nature of the solder defect meant that all those parts would eventually fail even if they had good cooling.

Edited By: Gkains on Feb 10, 2017 09:26
Gkains
vmistery

Yep, they also basically bribed the big OEMs to not use AMD chips too. I'm not going to shed a tear if they get a black AMD shaped eye!
It was even worse than just bribing. With the recent failure of embedded Atom C2xxx CPUs, I looked up some articles about where Atom went wrong (and the rather interesting question of why when dumping is illegal most everywhere, Intel were able to dump so much money into 'contra revenue' with any legal action anywhere), and came up with this:https://www.extremetech.com/computing/227816-how-intel-lost-the-mobile-market-part-2-the-rise-and-neglect-of-atom
The second comment is by someone who was there at the time (possible HP or Dell?) and although the quote is long it is rather interesting:
"Another reason Intel may have had such difficulties in locking down OEMs is due to how they've historically treated customers of their x86 products over the years. During the 90's and into the mid '00's, Intel ruthlessly leveraged their effective x86 monopoly to their own economic benefit, extracting whatever profits they possibly could from an OEM. Starting in the early 90's, I witnessed and was part of negotiations with senior Intel execs who would pit one PC OEM division of ours against another to force the entire company to use Intel CPUs. Example: They'd threaten to put the server and workstation division on a very tight allocation of new high-end parts if the consumer PC division continued to use cheaper AMD processors. At that time, the vast majority of the profits were made in the first 6 months of a CPU's lifecycle, and given the much higher gross margins of the server/workstation division, it forced the PC OEM to stop using AMD parts. The effect on the consumer PC business were substantial losses, but overall they were mitigated by the higher gross margins on servers. Less overall profits meant less ability to invest in non-Intel motherboard development, eviscerating the core engineering and intellectual property of the company (ASIC design talent went from a team of 60 to 0). There were many other little nasties that Intel foisted upon PC OEMs making it extraordinarily difficult to drive a profitable business.
My guess is there are many execs in the mobile business building hardware platforms that lived through those days of Intel's abuse, or learned enough about how they "managed" their OEMs to give substantial pause when choosing a CPU/SOC solution from Mother Intel. While I agree with virtually everything you wrote in your article about Intel's design and foundry decisions and their march toward irrelevance in mobile, I have to believe their past customer practices weighed heavily on new, mobile customers in terms of Intel's ability to secure new design wins. Why would any mobile OEM want to live under an Intel 2.0 hegemony?"
Haha speaking of those CPUs guess what runs my entire network at the moment:
hw.model: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU C2758 @ 2.40GHz
hw.machine: amd64
hw.ncpu: 8

Just waiting to see what SuperMicro are going to do about it...
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PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 460 (2GB) Graphics Card £70.28 @kikatek.com

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£70.28 @ Kikatek
Not the card for everybody but a great upgrade for anyone who uses a 750ti or thereabouts. Perfect for introducing kids to the world of PC gaming, nothing comes close at this price. Cheap and cheerful…
Not the card for everybody but a great upgrade for anyone who uses a 750ti or thereabouts. Perfect for introducing kids to the world of PC gaming, nothing comes close at this price. Cheap and cheerful…
Settee Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago8 Comments
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I've just received an email saying my order has been cancelled due to a pricing error.
Woah :)
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Thermal Grizzly TG-K-030-R Thermal Grizzly Kryonaut High Performance Thermal Paste - 11.1g / 3 ml - £17.44 - Kikatek

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£17.44 @ Kikatek
Good Quality Thermal Paste. 11.1g will last you ages!! £17.44 when you pay via debit card. £19.60 on Amazon
Good Quality Thermal Paste. 11.1g will last you ages!! £17.44 when you pay via debit card. £19.60 on Amazon
Kevlar Engineer Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago14 Comments
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MX-4 is 2C hotter at most. Cold... quite literally too.

http://www.eteknix.com/thermal-grizzly-thermal-paste-vs-6-major-brands-review/3/
Kevlar Engineer
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks


​Is MX4 retro now? I like it 8)
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

It's actually the best paste in terms of bang/buck. The OP linked an 11g tube. You can pick up a 1g one (enough for 1 pc) for £6. Compared to Arctic Silver, MX-4 etc, it's a good few degrees cooler. The only non-metallic paste that's better than it is the Diamond paste but that's much more expensive and difficult to get in the UK.

The other 2 pastes to consider are the Gelid Ultra and the prolimatech. Between these three the results are more or less the same so it just depends on which one is the cheapest but from personal experience with all 3, I have gotten the best results with Kryonaut.
Kevlar Engineer
polarbaba
heat for the product... it's pricey.. but it's really good. not value for money though... but not everything comes down to that.

What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??

Thanks


​I would check reviews for that where they reviewed loads of pastes.

I did some research and purchased this based on performance alone. it suited my requirements.

sorry cannot be more help as I do not build pcs.
Kevlar Engineer
steffcip
I am using Prolimatech PK3 30g and used it for 50 PCs or so (few tubes :)) - cheaper than this and not much behind it in reviews
What paste would you recommend is good bang for buck??
Thanks
I had good results with PK3 (they sell it in 5g etc) with passive cooling PCs and Dells/HPs and 30g tube is pretty good price (£23-26)....
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Motorola Moto Z Play Black/Silver £339.42 @ Kikatek

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Excellent phone with an actual proven 50 hour battery life. Just bought one from here myself, best price I could find on one of these at the moment. Also available in the white and gold colour.
Excellent phone with an actual proven 50 hour battery life. Just bought one from here myself, best price I could find on one of these at the moment. Also available in the white and gold colour.
LazybeatX Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago13 Comments
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how in gods name is this cold, im guessing most folk have never used this phone. I have one and I got it from JL for £370 and even at that price I am not complaining.

if you want to do your phone comparisons on paper, then more fool you. the phone is very snappy, very well built and the batter life is the best on any phone ever. 10hours sot easy for me, although thats mostly wifi.

my complaints are the camera is average at best, too dark and the price is too much. if thats just the new price due to the £ then so be it, but if JL ever come down £30 with their 2 year warranty, this phone would be the best value ever made.

once you get used to decent batter, you find it odd that other folk pay so much more for nowhere near....

32gb and SD card... although I wish there were more usb c products made for less money by reputable folk as thats a bit of a hassle.
I'd go moto over One plus. had a nightmare with my one plus 2 and months of waiting for repair.
Thanks I've asked for one myself.
£315 direct from Moto with a Unidays code. Ask for one - HERE.
parasitemol
stoney73
spencer24
Bit pricey for a mid range phone thanks Oneplus 3 money


​Better software support than the OnePlus 3


​My OnePlus One is running the latest version of Marshmallow so I would assume the OnePlus 3 will receive updates for a long time.


​In addition my Lenovo ZUK Z1 is still on 5.1.1 Lollipop so I wouldn't guarantee updates in the same way Motorola devices had when they were owned by Google.
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Duracell Batteries 24 AA £10.55 @ Kikatec delivered

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£10.55 for 24 AA batteries with free delivery I think I will stock up for Christmas now at that price. I hate them people who buy the kids toys at Christmas but don't included the required batter…
£10.55 for 24 AA batteries with free delivery I think I will stock up for Christmas now at that price. I hate them people who buy the kids toys at Christmas but don't included the required batter…
sharooney Avatar4m, 4w agoFound 4 months, 4 weeks ago7 Comments
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Not once you add the delivery on

Same number of batteries for more money?!?!?!
Bargain Buys sell 36 card packs of Duracell for £9.99. Still, I think Duracell are the worst alkaline batteries, so I never buy them. They often leak way before their best before date. I just use the GP Ultra or Kodak Max cheapest alkaline batteries, and have much better luck with them.
Or you could get 80 equally good batteries for that price from Wilko!
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Sony SWR510 Wrist Strap Classic (White) for SmartWatch 3 SWR50 - £14.58 kikatek

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Brought an SW3 about 10 months ago, strap finally broke after some rough handling so looked for a replacement Cheapest by far.. most sites are around £30 with the Sony website often sold out.. A…
Brought an SW3 about 10 months ago, strap finally broke after some rough handling so looked for a replacement Cheapest by far.. most sites are around £30 with the Sony website often sold out.. A…
milne6 Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago8 Comments
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useless company, after 3 days they decide to tell me they actually didn't have it in stock. first and last time i deal with the jokers
tommy6000009
Besides tell the time, what do these watches do exactly?

its has android wear on it do connect to a few apps.. get emails on it, reply to texts etc

I mainly use it for exercise.. check my speed and distance without getting my phone out.. plus it has a built in GPS so dont actually need my phone to track my running etc

I use it a look more then i thought when I brought it..
Besides tell the time, what do these watches do exactly?
doh! just went to order as mine has broke after only 5 months
excellent, looks like i got the last one
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Belkin High Performance Category 6 UTP Patch Cable 3M(9.8 ft) White £2.00 kikatek

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£2.00 @ Kikatek
Good price for this..
Good price for this..
pavel76 Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago7 Comments
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Good find, just bought one.:)
WaveMotionEngine
Thanks for posting this. :) I've looked at several specification pages for the wire composition and gauge in the hopes of ensuring that it is pure copper of a good thickness. Has anyone been more successful than I and would share that information?
"Bare Stranded Copper...24AWG x 4pairs" http://www.belkin.com/us/A3L980-S/p/P-A3L980-S/
WaveMotionEngine
Thanks for posting this. :) I've looked at several specification pages for the wire composition and gauge in the hopes of ensuring that it is pure copper of a good thickness. Has anyone been more successful than I and would share that information?
Got < 1Gigabit speed with Duronic CAT6A and some and some other non brands.
Best one I've tried so far is Kabeldirekt CAT 6 cables and currently getting my house refurbed and rewired with them:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B018M7GTK2

Going to try these belkin ones too to connect computers to the wall... Thanks OP
Thanks for posting this. :) I've looked at several specification pages for the wire composition and gauge in the hopes of ensuring that it is pure copper of a good thickness. Has anyone been more successful than I and would share that information?
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16GB Kingston DataTraveler 100 G3 USB 3.0 Flash Drive- 5 yr warranty, free delivery- Kikatek(UK seller)- £4.18

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Kingston's DataTraveler 100 G3 (DT100G3) USB-3 Flash drive with Sliding cap design, 5 year warranty and free delivery from this UK seller.
Kingston's DataTraveler 100 G3 (DT100G3) USB-3 Flash drive with Sliding cap design, 5 year warranty and free delivery from this UK seller.
kkthomask Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Perfect!! This is exactly what I've been waiting for. Needed a couple cheap usb3.0 devices that I can leave a windows installation on for quick installs. Thanks OP.
I'm use it I can recommend
From £4.10 dlvd via the usual Amazon marketplace sellers. Not a particularly quick device considering it is claimed to be USB3 - I had to check the packaging on mine to convince myself I hadn't been sent a USB2 version. Think it may also have had a strange sawtooth-like writing speed varianace - eventually gave it away as the slow speed was frustrating.
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32GB USB-3 Verbatim Store 'n' Go V3 Flash Drive - £6.25 Kikateck(UK Seller)- Free delivery

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Good price for a 32GB USB.3. Couple of unimpressive reviews in Amazon for a different model(8GB) though but altogether 4/5 in 53 reviews. Slide and Lock mechanism protects the USB connector.Looking go…
Good price for a 32GB USB.3. Couple of unimpressive reviews in Amazon for a different model(8GB) though but altogether 4/5 in 53 reviews. Slide and Lock mechanism protects the USB connector.Looking go…
kkthomask Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago7 Comments
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congrevecv
unfortunatly a 'what do you expect for the money' attitude dose not make it right
Calling it usb 3, when it is little better than usb2 is misleading customers, which there are laws about.
As it would work with USB 2, selling that way might be a better option, what do others say?


​a read speed of 80MB/s is faster than USB2's theoretical maximum, therefore it must have a USB3 storage controller. it's not really misleading, it's just a low-end USB3 drive, which the price reflects.
unfortunatly a 'what do you expect for the money' attitude dose not make it right
Calling it usb 3, when it is little better than usb2 is misleading customers, which there are laws about.
As it would work with USB 2, selling that way might be a better option, what do others say?
congrevecv
what kind of usb 3 speeds are these!!! Write Speed 25MB/s
Read Speed 80MB/s


​like most products, the faster you want it to go, the more you have to pay for it. what were you expecting for £6.25?
congrevecv
what kind of usb 3 speeds are these!!! Write Speed 25MB/s
Read Speed 80MB/s
True. They are poor. Toshiba's USB 3 are far worse though. Most makers thought they'd get away with write speeds not much better than USB 2, and only some even now are updating them to be FAR faster. (like Lexar and SanDisk for example -who were every bit as bad)
what kind of usb 3 speeds are these!!! Write Speed 25MB/s
Read Speed 80MB/s
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Motorola Flip Shell Cover Case for Moto G 3rd Gen £12.19 @ Kikatek

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So this may be a niche market (well anyone with a Moto G 3rd gen really). This is an official Motorola flip shell case. It replaces the back shell of the phone & has a flap that covers the front. £24.…
So this may be a niche market (well anyone with a Moto G 3rd gen really). This is an official Motorola flip shell case. It replaces the back shell of the phone & has a flap that covers the front. £24.…
Stevio Avatar9m, 1w agoFound 9 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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deja vu: paid a similar price for the 1st gen Moto G flip cover when Kikatek were one of the few sellers to have them in stock.
Got this case - it's really good.
Good price too - not everyone will be lucky enough to find a £1 bargain at Tesco!
I got lucky & got these from Tesco clearance bin for £1!!
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XSPC Radiator Screw Set 6-32UNC (Black) £1.10 inc P&P @ Kikatek

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Not the deal of the century or for everyone. Seemed very reasonable to me for correct screws for a rad I needed to put to use.
Not the deal of the century or for everyone. Seemed very reasonable to me for correct screws for a rad I needed to put to use.
gupsterg Avatar10m, 1w agoFound 10 months, 1 week ago2 Comments
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Cheers :) , I tried some other PC screws I had which I thought would be appropriate but they weren't oO . Rather than wreck the threads on the rad I opted to purchase these. Perfect fit and ordered from the comfort of my armchair :) .

Edited By: gupsterg on Apr 15, 2016 19:00
great find if you need those type of screws for your water cooler :p
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Kingston 32GB Micro SDXC Class 10 UHS-I Card (16GB for £3.46) £5.78 kikatek

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£5.78 @ Kikatek
Great price for this ...
Great price for this ...
pavel76 Avatar10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago27 Comments
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simate
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subshah76
I can use this card with samsung s4
And do this card cones with warranty
Can i use this card in my samsung s4?
And do this card comes with any warranty?
I'm like Kingston cards because they come with a LIFETIME warranty...which I don't think the other brands have...
Lifetime warranty doesn't mean your lifetime btw ;)
Ah...so how long is the product life?http://www.kingston.com/en/company/warranty#duration

Ask Kingston.
simate
jonspurs
subshah76
subshah76
I can use this card with samsung s4
And do this card cones with warranty
Can i use this card in my samsung s4?
And do this card comes with any warranty?
I'm like Kingston cards because they come with a LIFETIME warranty...which I don't think the other brands have...
Lifetime warranty doesn't mean your lifetime btw ;)

Ah...so how long is the product life?
http://www.kingston.com/en/company/warranty#duration
jonspurs
subshah76
subshah76
I can use this card with samsung s4
And do this card cones with warranty
Can i use this card in my samsung s4?
And do this card comes with any warranty?
I'm like Kingston cards because they come with a LIFETIME warranty...which I don't think the other brands have...

Lifetime warranty doesn't mean your lifetime btw ;)
subshah76
subshah76
I can use this card with samsung s4
And do this card cones with warranty
Can i use this card in my samsung s4?
And do this card comes with any warranty?

I'm like Kingston cards because they come with a LIFETIME warranty...which I don't think the other brands have...
£6.09 from Amazon.....
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Samsung 128GB Evo+ MicroSDXC memory card £44.98 @ Kikatek

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High capacity fast card should be suitable for recording 4K video on the new Samsung S7/S7 Edge (not sure if fast enough for GOPROs highest recording bitrates). Cheapest I've seen, let me know if
High capacity fast card should be suitable for recording 4K video on the new Samsung S7/S7 Edge (not sure if fast enough for GOPROs highest recording bitrates). Cheapest I've seen, let me know if
andyroo77 Avatar11m, 23h agoFound 11 months, 23 hours ago16 Comments
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Speculator
andyroo77
huangxq2
tringtruong
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2405838&API=true
ok this aint samsung but surely just as good?
Just wait a bit. the price has increased. Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s often sell at £30 in Argos and Amazon.
To be fair, Samsung Evo+ is slightly better Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s. But I would wait for Ultra coming down to £30. The difference does not worth 50% price increase.
I bought Samsung Evo+ 128GB at Christmas from amazon for £30.
The price may be cheapest at today, but not good price over time.
​The Sandisk Ultra 128GB is an inferior card. Did you get the Evo "plus" version at Christmas for £30? I'm skeptical.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-memory-128-gb-evo-plus-microsdxc-uhs-grade-1-class-10-memory-card-with-sd-2339405

Fair enough, cracking deal. Did the cards all check out as legit and up to speed?
andyroo77
huangxq2
tringtruong
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2405838&API=true
ok this aint samsung but surely just as good?
Just wait a bit. the price has increased. Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s often sell at £30 in Argos and Amazon.
To be fair, Samsung Evo+ is slightly better Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s. But I would wait for Ultra coming down to £30. The difference does not worth 50% price increase.
I bought Samsung Evo+ 128GB at Christmas from amazon for £30.
The price may be cheapest at today, but not good price over time.
​The Sandisk Ultra 128GB is an inferior card. Did you get the Evo "plus" version at Christmas for £30? I'm skeptical.
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/samsung-memory-128-gb-evo-plus-microsdxc-uhs-grade-1-class-10-memory-card-with-sd-2339405

Edited By: Speculator on Mar 28, 2016 21:01
tringtruong
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2405838&API=true

ok this aint samsung but surely just as good?


​Nope. Inferior speeds.
huangxq2
tringtruong
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2405838&API=true
ok this aint samsung but surely just as good?

Just wait a bit. the price has increased. Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s often sell at £30 in Argos and Amazon.

To be fair, Samsung Evo+ is slightly better Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s. But I would wait for Ultra coming down to £30. The difference does not worth 50% price increase.




I bought Samsung Evo+ 128GB at Christmas from amazon for £30.

The price may be cheapest at today, but not good price over time.



​The Sandisk Ultra 128GB is an inferior card. Did you get the Evo "plus" version at Christmas for £30? I'm skeptical.
tringtruong
http://www.hotukdeals.com/visit?m=5&q=2405838&API=true
ok this aint samsung but surely just as good?

Just wait a bit. the price has increased. Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s often sell at £30 in Argos and Amazon.

To be fair, Samsung Evo+ is slightly better Sandisk Ultra 80MB/s. But I would wait for Ultra coming down to £30. The difference does not worth 50% price increase.




I bought Samsung Evo+ 128GB at Christmas from amazon for £30.

The price may be cheapest at today, but not good price over time.


Edited By: huangxq2 on Mar 28, 2016 03:03
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Samsung 64GB Evo+ MicroSDXC £16.98 @ kikatek

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Good microsd card at a better price than I already posted!
Good microsd card at a better price than I already posted!
andyroo77 Avatar11m, 1d agoFound 11 months, 1 day ago9 Comments
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Dryosh
andyroo77
Retailer is Kikatek. Forgot to say price is this weekend only!
£17.33 with Free Delivery
Debit Card Discounted Price: £17.29
How do I get it for £16.98?


​Was 16.98 when posted, must've expired.
andyroo77
Retailer is Kikatek. Forgot to say price is this weekend only!
£17.33 with Free Delivery
Debit Card Discounted Price: £17.29
How do I get it for £16.98?
nickanuj
£16.79 at Amazon. Link
Plus shipping. Cold for your comment and Amazon.

Edited By: Dryosh on Mar 27, 2016 16:31
nickanuj
£16.79 at Amazon. Link



​Good find, not sure how I missed that!
dezbo8888
Will this work in a Samsung s5


​I believe it would.
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Targus Linx Toploading Zip Tablet Sleeve for Linx 10 Tablet LINX1010/SLEEVE - Kikatek £7.72 Free Delivery

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For 90% of the HUKD population who own a Linx 1010 from the daily deals for this tablet :) Here's a case oOO exciting. Amazon: £12.46 Kikatek through Amazon: £9.99 eBuyer: £8.49 I've just o…
For 90% of the HUKD population who own a Linx 1010 from the daily deals for this tablet :) Here's a case oOO exciting. Amazon: £12.46 Kikatek through Amazon: £9.99 eBuyer: £8.49 I've just o…
Sirius Avatar11m, 1w agoFound 11 months, 1 week agoAdd Comment
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a bit cheaper 64gb micro sd card. £11.46 delivered @ Kikatek

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£11.46 @ Kikatek
50p cheaper than previous deal,and pay by debit card and save 2p!!!!!
50p cheaper than previous deal,and pay by debit card and save 2p!!!!!
boru Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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any idea if these would be fine with gopreo hero 4?
good point lanius,
£10.99 good price.
Lanius
These microSD card posts always confuse me since 7dayshop have been selling their own brand 64gb card for under £11 for 6 months now and the benchmarks shows them to be faster than every other budget card. I can attest to the speed claim.
Less confusing when factoring other considerations, such as Kingston warranty = lifetime, 7DS warranty = 2yrs.
These microSD card posts always confuse me since 7dayshop have been selling their own brand 64gb card for under £11 for 6 months now and the benchmarks shows them to be faster than every other budget card. I can attest to the speed claim.
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Kingston 32GB microSDXC Class 10 UHS-I Card with Adapter £5.99 (16GB for £3.38 and 64GB for £11.44) kikatek

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Good prices for Kingston cards
Good prices for Kingston cards
pavel76 Avatar11m, 2w agoFound 11 months, 2 weeks ago18 Comments
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there are fakes on amazon too , as many ebay seller are on amazon too
leaston
Why is it fake? How do you know? I'd like to be able to spot one myself, but this looks fine at first glance. Can you share your knowledge and expertise with the rest of us please? oO
Don't buy sd or microsd cards from ebay unless its from a reputable well knows outlet, its way to risky man.
got it from amazon prime.
http://i68.tinypic.com/2lk75sj.png
deedeeidiom2
leaston
quackstar84
Take a gamble and risk receiving a fake from eBay for pennies cheaper or buy this at an excellent price and be sure to receive a real one. Do you use logic or not? lol
Ok, your logic is, just let me just clarify here...you reckon that because the online retailer (who I've never heard of) is selling this at 9p more than an ebayer means you aren't being sold a fake item. Interesting.
Your whole premise is based on the fact that the retailer is charging 9p more and so it's obviously a genuine memory card, right? Brilliant, I feel educated now. So, higher prices mean genuine products and trustworthy sellers. I'd never have known that and will remember it always. Thanks so much for your contribution (_;)
Your premise is that ebay sellers located in China (or drop shipping) are somehow equal in trustworthiness to an established, registered in the uk company.
Spout-off your somewhere else.
They are listed as being in the UK, not China.

I wasn't spouting, it was a genuine question :| Thanks all for your help.
Are these cards fast enough to use in the raspberry Pi?
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Sandisk Enterprise SD8SNAT 256GB SSD M.2 £56.03 @ Kikatek

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Description : Max Read: 546MB/s Max Write: 342MB/s Shock resistant, DEVSLP SATA low power mode, Windows WHCK certified Interface:SATA 6Gb/s Form Factor:M.2 Width:22 mm Weight:5.5 g Sandisk Z…
Description : Max Read: 546MB/s Max Write: 342MB/s Shock resistant, DEVSLP SATA low power mode, Windows WHCK certified Interface:SATA 6Gb/s Form Factor:M.2 Width:22 mm Weight:5.5 g Sandisk Z…
miker11 Avatar11m, 3w agoFound 11 months, 3 weeks ago22 Comments
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Glad i didn't buy it. Was happy because it was m.2 and have two on my Mb. Looking up tomahardware has the poorest performance in the cheap ssd range. Now lloking up which is the best there but whatever you do samsung is the one to have an eye on. Reading a bit more but the time I waste for saving 10-15£ over Samsung seems it's not worth it...
The write speed is a bit slower than some other drives as this one doesn't have a DRAM cache.
taz002dev
Oh. And how do I find out what controller it uses?

It's a Silicon Motion SM2246XT.
Hmmm. I must be the only one thinking about getting four of these for a TB RAiD0 boot/game drive for my haswell msi notebook. :)
Oh. And how do I find out what controller it uses?
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