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Dell S2716DG 144Hz 27.0" Monitor G-SYNC £465.29 Free Delivery

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Looking for a good 1440p G-SYNC monitor and this appears to be the cheapest out there. Quality control on Dell's seem to be better than acer. Overclockers are very close on price at £455.99 +£9.60 =
hitman007 Avatarhitman0073w, 1d agoFound 3 weeks, 1 day ago27 Comments
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hitman007
What games? At 1440p?
johnmartinirl
NV GTX 960 2G DDR5 wouldn't be good enough to get 144hz? Looking at the XPS's on the Dell page and thats their highest GPU in this range... any advice?
hitman007
:D You'll be looking at 980ti or amd fury x.
rev6
UZOR
powerbrick
UZOR
if anybody is after a freesync 27" qhd panel for under 250 quid hexus just reviewed this;http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/89744-iiyama-prolite-b2783qsu/obvious it's not ips buy it is still exceptional value
75hz, no thanks, get a proper refresh rate
​and besides, what graphics setup are you packing to hit 120 plus hz at qhd?
That would be some GPU hardware, for modern games :D
johnmartinirl
NV GTX 960 2G DDR5 wouldn't be good enough to get 144hz? Looking at the XPS's on the Dell page and thats their highest GPU in this range... any advice?

hitman007
:D You'll be looking at 980ti or amd fury x.
rev6
UZOR
powerbrick
UZOR
if anybody is after a freesync 27" qhd panel for under 250 quid hexus just reviewed this;http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/89744-iiyama-prolite-b2783qsu/obvious it's not ips buy it is still exceptional value
75hz, no thanks, get a proper refresh rate
​and besides, what graphics setup are you packing to hit 120 plus hz at qhd?
That would be some GPU hardware, for modern games :D
hitman007
:D You'll be looking at 980ti or amd fury x.

rev6
UZOR
powerbrick
UZOR
if anybody is after a freesync 27" qhd panel for under 250 quid hexus just reviewed this;http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/89744-iiyama-prolite-b2783qsu/obvious it's not ips buy it is still exceptional value
75hz, no thanks, get a proper refresh rate
​and besides, what graphics setup are you packing to hit 120 plus hz at qhd?
That would be some GPU hardware, for modern games :D
rev6
UZOR
powerbrick
UZOR
if anybody is after a freesync 27" qhd panel for under 250 quid hexus just reviewed this;http://hexus.net/tech/reviews/monitors/89744-iiyama-prolite-b2783qsu/obvious it's not ips buy it is still exceptional value
75hz, no thanks, get a proper refresh rate
​and besides, what graphics setup are you packing to hit 120 plus hz at qhd?

That would be some GPU hardware, for modern games :D
fanpages
powerbrick
only paid £305 for mine, some paid only £110 oO

I have just seen that thread, & the various prices this item has been at Amazon (UK) recently:

[ http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/dell-s2716dg-gsync-monitor-344-82-amazon-2364441?p=27105971 ]

To be fair, some of the contributors to that thread received an incorrect product & stock was not available as a replacement.

Others were very lucky though (even with the Euro AC/DC power requirement).
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Asus 23" VC239H IPS VESA HDMI DVI VGA @ More Computers £114.88

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Asus VC239H (23 inch) Full HD IPS Monitor 1000:1 2 Wall Mountable Frame-less Monitor In-Plane Switching technology panel with LED backlight in frameless & Slim design Advanced eye care feature with
desi112 Avatardesi1122m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago3 Comments
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kevintoffer
Yeah, I guess it shows the frameless aspect is more of a styling/marketing thing. After all most frameless monitors have a "glass bezel" within the panel, even when there is no external frame. Its like the mx279 (and other mx series) which is a gorgeous monitor BUT with a tilt only stand and NO VESA holes. Form winning over function.
BigYoSpeck
Dumbest designed bezel I've ever seen. They make it 'frame-less' then put a lip on the bottom that stops you having them flush side by side.

If anyone still wants one before they're back in stock CCL at just over a quid more:

http://www.cclonline.com/product/189531/VC239H/Monitors/Asus-VC239H-23-Full-HD-IPS-Monitor-Black-/MON3397/?gclid=Cj0KEQiAqK-zBRC2zaXc8MOiwfIBEiQAXPHrXkyD3hsWf64VouNuqy3tmc72QRpnj2_wE15GCg2pjhgaAmS08P8HAQ

Edited By: BigYoSpeck on Dec 12, 2015 19:05
Bades
Out of stock now back in 21/12/15
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Gigabyte BRIX BACE-3150 Ultra Compact PC Intel Cel- £111.85 @ More Computers

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Seems a reasonable price for this spec of NUC. Dimension 56.1 mm x 107.6 mm x 114.4 mm (2.21" x 4.24" x 4.5") Motherboard Size 100 x 105 mm CPU Intel® Celeron® Processor N3150 up to 2.08GHz Memory 1x…
reddit Avatarreddit2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago5 Comments
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K1LLER HORNET
GuigsyUK
The J1900 version is only £118 and about 50% more CPU lifting power.
Exactly. You'd be a fool to get this over the J1900.

Not quite 50% faster.

The 3150 has SATA 3 support, 4 USB 3 ports, AC WiFi, supports faster RAM, MicroSD card support, supports 1 more display, supports 4k@30Hz, separate mic/headset ports, runs on less power.

So has it's own advantages, which may be more beneficial to some dependent upon requirements.

Could be useful to the sharper tools :D
K1LLER HORNET
GuigsyUK
The J1900 version is only £118 and about 50% more CPU lifting power.

Exactly. You'd be a fool to get this over the J1900.
GuigsyUK
The J1900 version is only £118 and about 50% more CPU lifting power.
motionman22banned
Not a bad little unit, great for kodi or general web use
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MSI Z97 GUARD-PRO Motherboard LGA 1150 £45.71 @ More Computers

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For a z97 motherboard I've never seen one as low as this before so had to post it Enjoy a blazing fast system boot up and insanely fast loading of applications and games with selected MSI motherboard…
aceatch Avataraceatch2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago16 Comments
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QuickProfits
missed it
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pishposhping
£15.75 from above comment....

MSI Z97 Guard PRO Ipad 2 ipad mini 2 Case M Board Design Custom
Priced at £15.78 GBP

I guess this isn't a motherboard! X)



​probably a backplate
pishposhping
£15.75 from above comment....

MSI Z97 Guard PRO Ipad 2 ipad mini 2 Case M Board Design Custom
Priced at £15.78 GBP

I guess this isn't a motherboard! X)


Edited By: pishposhping on Nov 17, 2015 08:36
nige182
If anyone needs a first hand review of Gameseek, I have ordered a few things off there and never had any issues, but then I have never had to use their customer services before as things arrived in a reasonable time and never went wrong.

daz007
you people are like zombies who buy random stuff just because some website posts it up as ahot deal. a random google search found me this board for even cheaper.

If you are referring to Una Technology with a price of £40.32, you also have to add £5.99 shipping there making it £46.31. If you are referring to the site at £15.75, I am not sure I would trust that one. I couldn't be bothered to check through if there are more cheaper than the Google shopping sites as I am not in the market for one right now anyway.
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XFX R9 390 8GB £239.96 at morecomputers.com

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Make sure you check your PSU can handle it first ("Minimum Power Supply Requirement: 750W", but a decent 600W PSU shouldn't have any problems), and if it can, and you're gaming in Windows, and you don…
BetaRomeo AvatarBetaRomeo2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago51 Comments
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wpj
hitman007
Can I ask what was the make and model of the case?
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
My son wants one of these for Christmas and has suggested the Sapphire Nitro which is more expensive.
In all seriousness, you need to check 3 things out before buying a 390.
1) What CPU do you have?
2) What PSU do you have?
3) How much room in the case do you have?
If you don't have at least an i5 of some sort, you are going to want to reconsider. If you don't have at least a decent 550 PSU, you will want to reconsider. And if you don't have enough space in your case... Obviously find something else!
But really, the CPU and the PSU are very important. If you don't have a good CPU, the 390 will bottleneck hard. And if you don't have a good enough PSU the GPU will suffocate (figuratively).
MSI arrived yesterday and just managed to squeeze it into the case; worst problem was with the header cable, which is a bit tight. 60fps on FO4 at Ultra setting, so pretty good.
Phew! Always a good thing when it turns on after you snugly fit it in.
Snug wasn't quite the word; 5 min job turned into 45 mins having to remove the PSU to get the header back/recover screws....... get rid of the dust...... find a display port cable......

Antec 300- bit old in the tooth now, but works fine with some silent fans in there (was like a hovercraft before that).

Seems that there is an updates version available now.

Edited By: wpj on Nov 24, 2015 15:30: .
hitman007
Can I ask what was the make and model of the case?


wpj
Nate1492
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
My son wants one of these for Christmas and has suggested the Sapphire Nitro which is more expensive.
In all seriousness, you need to check 3 things out before buying a 390.
1) What CPU do you have?
2) What PSU do you have?
3) How much room in the case do you have?
If you don't have at least an i5 of some sort, you are going to want to reconsider. If you don't have at least a decent 550 PSU, you will want to reconsider. And if you don't have enough space in your case... Obviously find something else!
But really, the CPU and the PSU are very important. If you don't have a good CPU, the 390 will bottleneck hard. And if you don't have a good enough PSU the GPU will suffocate (figuratively).
MSI arrived yesterday and just managed to squeeze it into the case; worst problem was with the header cable, which is a bit tight. 60fps on FO4 at Ultra setting, so pretty good.
Phew! Always a good thing when it turns on after you snugly fit it in.
Snug wasn't quite the word; 5 min job turned into 45 mins having to remove the PSU to get the header back/recover screws....... get rid of the dust...... find a display port cable......
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
My son wants one of these for Christmas and has suggested the Sapphire Nitro which is more expensive.
In all seriousness, you need to check 3 things out before buying a 390.
1) What CPU do you have?
2) What PSU do you have?
3) How much room in the case do you have?
If you don't have at least an i5 of some sort, you are going to want to reconsider. If you don't have at least a decent 550 PSU, you will want to reconsider. And if you don't have enough space in your case... Obviously find something else!
But really, the CPU and the PSU are very important. If you don't have a good CPU, the 390 will bottleneck hard. And if you don't have a good enough PSU the GPU will suffocate (figuratively).
MSI arrived yesterday and just managed to squeeze it into the case; worst problem was with the header cable, which is a bit tight. 60fps on FO4 at Ultra setting, so pretty good.
Phew! Always a good thing when it turns on after you snugly fit it in.

Snug wasn't quite the word; 5 min job turned into 45 mins having to remove the PSU to get the header back/recover screws....... get rid of the dust...... find a display port cable......
Nate1492
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
My son wants one of these for Christmas and has suggested the Sapphire Nitro which is more expensive.
In all seriousness, you need to check 3 things out before buying a 390.
1) What CPU do you have?
2) What PSU do you have?
3) How much room in the case do you have?
If you don't have at least an i5 of some sort, you are going to want to reconsider. If you don't have at least a decent 550 PSU, you will want to reconsider. And if you don't have enough space in your case... Obviously find something else!
But really, the CPU and the PSU are very important. If you don't have a good CPU, the 390 will bottleneck hard. And if you don't have a good enough PSU the GPU will suffocate (figuratively).
MSI arrived yesterday and just managed to squeeze it into the case; worst problem was with the header cable, which is a bit tight. 60fps on FO4 at Ultra setting, so pretty good.

Phew! Always a good thing when it turns on after you snugly fit it in.
wpj
Nate1492
wpj
My son wants one of these for Christmas and has suggested the Sapphire Nitro which is more expensive.
In all seriousness, you need to check 3 things out before buying a 390.
1) What CPU do you have?
2) What PSU do you have?
3) How much room in the case do you have?
If you don't have at least an i5 of some sort, you are going to want to reconsider. If you don't have at least a decent 550 PSU, you will want to reconsider. And if you don't have enough space in your case... Obviously find something else!
But really, the CPU and the PSU are very important. If you don't have a good CPU, the 390 will bottleneck hard. And if you don't have a good enough PSU the GPU will suffocate (figuratively).

MSI arrived yesterday and just managed to squeeze it into the case; worst problem was with the header cable, which is a bit tight. 60fps on FO4 at Ultra setting, so pretty good.
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DELL P2416D 24" 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £184.63 @ morecomputers

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DELL P2416D 24" 2560x1440 IPS Monitor £184.63 This monitor comes with 3 year Dell premium panel guarantee. Dell will replace your monitor/panel even if you have single dead pixel Standard delivery f…
Bigspin AvatarBigspin3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago45 Comments
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Hootwo
mugen6
It's just personal preference but I found 24" too small for 2560x1440. I think 27" is the minimum you need to use this resolution without having to modify dpi settings in Windows.
Delighted with this monitor. After a few days, I find 100% dpi is fine (no need for 125%)
benjus
knocik
benjus
mugen6
It's just personal preference but I found 24" too small for 2560x1440. I think 27" is the minimum you need to use this resolution without having to modify dpi settings in Windows.
I use 3840x2160 on a 15.6" laptop... :)
I have quad hd res on my 6inch phone ;)

Same here, but phone operating systems tend to be better at handling very high pixel density than desktop Windows.
Hootwo
dezontk
chunkylover
dezontk
Not bad but better screens can be had for less.
like.....
read my comments from here:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-q2577pwq-25-2560x1440-ips-monitor-199-99-9-90-delivery-non-forum-members-overclockers-2301087#comments
So, which of the 27" 1440p monitors on there would you rate? It seems Qnix quality has taken a hit, and I didn't see Crossover ones there?
copthis1banned
MazingerZ
my 27 inch benq is 1080p. Anything smaller for more res, I would feel thats not efficient.

I'm currently dithering over buying a Benq 27 inch monitor.

This one

http://www.ebuyer.com/620275-benq-gl2760h-27-led-dvi-hdmi-monitor-9h-lc8la-tbe

Are you happy with yours?

Edited By: copthis1 on Oct 16, 2015 07:16
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BenQ GW2470H 1080p Monitor 4ms HDMI, VGA, Sound. £119.64 Delivered @ morecomputers

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Nice looking monitor i think its new model from BenQ. slim borders and brushed metal design looks nice. £135 on Amazon.
k4mr4n_nfs Avatark4mr4n_nfs3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago5 Comments
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HookedOnHotDeals
There are an awful lot of criticism about benq support and how lousy it is, even their website is utterly terrible with poor product information and specs. Even if you can get the warranty fulfilled and many people on various forums have got no response to requests from benq support, most of their products only have 2 years warranties at best.

As to the colour of this monitor, even their website says BLACK and makes no mention of metallic or being brushed aluminium. Therefore even their website is giving false information which is no surprise to me as much of the information is very poor IMO.

Their warranties are far worse than some of the better manufacturers warranties and I certainly would not include Acer in that by any means because that is another company who I avoid.

Benq BL3200PT has some problems with the panels, it was a monitor that mostly had what I needed apart from the case colour....again. A glossy black fingerprint magnet.
rascalchops
We have circa 100 x 22 to 24" inch Benq screens in use in our company. Reliability has been very good and on the odd occasion we have required support, they were fine. Benq is our preferred monitor brand. 3 out of a batch of 4 LG 24" screens we bought were faulty and LG support was poor. They actually sent back a faulty unit claiming there was nothing wrong with it.
charleaward81
I agree with k4mr4n_nfs description, basically it does have a brushed aluminium look, Its not a plastic glossy black stand like most. I had an EW2440L in the past and the stand is just metal with an extra layer on the surface which has been given the brushed look, No mores marks scratches etc like you get from Glossy stands. Stand in picture looks very similar but when I bought these monitors it wasn't mentioned in features of description so was nice surprise when taking them out of the box.

So HookedOnHotDeals before you question you need to own one or at least see it in the flesh to understand the description.

AND Benq's warranty is one the best, I have had 2 issues in past with 2 different models and both picked up and swapped within 48 hours of ringing Customer Service. No hassle and that was over the last 4 years. One was a 28" 16:10 that I used daily, they no longer stocked it but gave me next best which cost a lot more than the RRP of mine. I didn't even purchase it new, it was bought used but I gave them serial and product details, they said it was in Warranty and swapped it out no problem. Didn't even have receipt as I bought it from an eBay Auction.

My Acer 27inch 1440p though has major problem with flickering, paid £289.99 7 months ago and rang Acer and they told me to basically go to retailer. Told by Retailer to arrange to send it myself and could take upto 3 weeks even though Acer states Onsite warranty on their product description! It took over a month of arguing with Acer before they backed down and arranged a collection and a further 2 weeks after to get a replacement.

Edited By: charleaward81 on Oct 12, 2015 22:00
HookedOnHotDeals
Benq GW2470H Info and specs



Edited By: HookedOnHotDeals on Oct 12, 2015 17:58
HookedOnHotDeals
For people who prefer VA (AMVA+) panels due to their better black performance, this might suit. However I have to question your description of brushed metal appearance, it's black like the majority of Benq monitors. They make very few monitors in any other colour which is one reason why I dislike them, the warranty and poor support are other reasons.

A fairly decent price although I think I would prefer to pay more and get easy no hassle returns.......if your choosy about your monitor and the poor quality control that many have then having an easy way to return without any RMA nonsense is invaluable IMO.

Heat added for the low price, but not for me for the reasons that I have stated.
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EVGA 600W 80+ Bronze PSU £34.94 @ More Computers

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Cheap, reliable power supply from a reputable brand.
das5665 Avatardas56654m, 2w agoFound 4 months, 2 weeks ago25 Comments
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billyc74
This is only 80+, not Bronze rated.
kester76
saucymonk
Anybody point me in the direction of a reasonable 600-650w modular supply? I just have a mini ITX case so could do with getting rid of some of the cables...
Just switch off the PSU power and cut off the connectors you don't need and replace with a plug or tape them up. At £35 you're never going to return this PSU.
imdave
czechow127
I am currently building a PC. I have a Sapphire R9 280 graphics card and 240GB SSD.

I am going to buy: Asus Z97 motherboard, Intel 4690K processor and 16gb 1600/1833mhz ram. Are these all compatible with this PSU?
Should be fine. I built a similar PC last year with an EVGA 600 Bronze; z97 Gigabyte MB, i5 4670K, 212 Evo cooler, 8GB Corsair Vengeance RAM, MSI R9 280, 250GB SSD 840 Evo, 1TB HDD and blu-ray writer.

What case are you building in? I used a Corsair 200R, which is OK, but if I was building today I'd probably bump up to a case with better sound dampening.

Edited By: imdave on Sep 26, 2015 07:58
brendanhickey
i got my power supply today, thank you
sam1123
For anyone pondering power requirements, try this: http://powersupplycalculator.net/

Then be generous and round up the wattage.
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Raijintek Triton AIO Liquid Cooler (3 Colours available) £67.02 @ More Computers

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http://linustechtips.com/main/topic/221409-raijintek-destroys-all-aios-on-their-first-try-do-we-have-a-new-champion/ Easily one of the best AIO Coolers
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anna__
I'm tempted to buy this
redford
Got one, never had any problems, but not as bright as shown in the pictures, but if you fit cold cathodes (£5 at Maplins or similar supplier) to your case the cooling liquid is fluorescent and lights up a treat.
MarcoLoves360
got mine in may is awesome zero problems. yes the fans make a bit noise but if you keep them at 800 rpm you don't ear a thing. I had a swiftech h220x and died after 2 weeks. I can say the installation is very simple. I can post a video tomorrow :)
SteDodd
295X2
SteDodd
I had to send one back to overclockers as within a week a crack had developed in the acrylic unit and started leaking on to my 980 Ti (48 hour leak tested and no cracks on opening the box), got my RMA and that's going back now as it's arrived with small scratches/cracks which I'm sure will only expand as it's used. The retail packaging also offers no protection to the acrylic unit in transit.
IMO either the pump is too strong (to allow for expansion of the loop as it's marketed) damaging the acrylic over time and causing any micro cracks to expand or acrylic is just a bad material to make these things out of due to its brittle nature.
Ask yourself this, is it worth saving money here and risk your pc being in a puddle of water? I've gone for a 100i GTX now as it has some led eye candy and corsair have a solid rep
Understandable but also consider other coolers unless you've purchased the h100i GTX. Scan have decent prices on older models (refurbs) of Corsair coolers like the h100 which is a very good cooler and same goes with h110. Not saying H100i or other newer ones but ive heard many more horror stories about those. Good luck


​I'd already ordered it by then after seing it get top marks at guru and tweaktown, a 5 year warranty appeals and I want the colour led so I can match it to my modded build
Connell97
I've been using one of these in my computer since February. I went to upgrade my motherboard a couple of days ago and as I went to remove the cooler I noticed one of my fingers had turned green/yellow. The unit had randomly developed a large crack right down the side and upon closer inspection, a series of smaller cracks in the acrylic surrounding the pump. I've arranged an RMA with overclockers, but there is no way I'll be trusting the replacement one in my system. I've been looking at the refurb H110s from scan. Can anyone comment on how loud the pump on the H110 is?
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Asrock Beebox N3000 Barebones Mini-PC/NUC £114.47 delivered @ morecomputers.com

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This is the cheapest I can find this from a reputable retailer (purchased from them in the past). Rumour has it this can handle 4k video. Spec below. I've cancelled my Brix N2807 order and going to
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ASRock Beebox N3150/B/BB Barebone Mini PC - Bla ck £128.49 & FREE Delivery in the UK or £124.39 flubit http://www.amazon.co.uk/ASRock-Beebox-N3150-BB-Barebone/dp/B00ZXXU04U/ref=sr_1_1?s=computers&ie=UTF8&qid=1452605180&sr=1-1&keywords=beebox


Edited By: manit on Jan 12, 2016 14:08: qqqq
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manit
just bought a beebox n3150 £134.99 250gb ssd samsung 8gb ram :p
You bought a better spec PC, five months later and for a cheaper price? I should damn well hope so!!
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manit
just bought a beebox n3150 £134.99 250gb ssd samsung 8gb ram :p

Edited By: manit on Jan 11, 2016 09:39
daver77
chips7878
I'm still torn between n3000 and n3150 anyone know of any other good fanless nettop PC's. Wouldn't mind going up to i3 just to give it a bit more grunt.

What are you using it for? If it is for movies than this unit can be powered on/off from the remote easily, in which case you probably won't notice the fan
chips7878
Thanks flea, I want to keep it on 24x7 so I'm torn between the noise of the fan and it getting too hot
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HyperX Savage 32GB (4x8GB) Memory Kit DDR3 1600MHz £129.38 MoreComputers

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Nice price. Couple more pounds for the 1866mhz available too!
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timefortea
ColG
timefortea
Good price to max out the Thinkserver TS140 if you picked one up :)

Will this memory work in a TS140?


​Yes I've 32gb of it in mine
Glidezilla
Am i missing something but you can buy four of these,HyperX FURY Series 8GB DDR3 1866MHz CL10 DIMM Memory Module - Red from,http://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00J8E91H2?&tag=wwwkingston07-21 for £128.72 I am assuming 1866MHz is better than 1600MHz.
ColG
timefortea
Good price to max out the Thinkserver TS140 if you picked one up :)

Will this memory work in a TS140?
Thoughtful
might be an idea to include the DDR3 in the title !
imcconvey
wITH THIS MUCH RAM I CAN NOW PLAY GTA5 ON MAX SETTINGW WITH MY 650TI

THANKS OP
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Seagate Archive (8TB) 3.5 inch Hard Drive (5900rpm) SATA 6Gb/s 128MB (Internal) was £342.00 now £193.80inc VAT and Delivery @ Morecomputers

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Seagate Archive (8TB) 3.5 inch Hard Drive (5900rpm) SATA 6Gb/s 128MB (Internal) was £342.00 now £193.80 inc VAT and Delivery
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PR1
No well I just wouldn't trust a single drive regardless of size. Not sure I'd trust a single BD/DVD/LTO tape/whatever with the only copy of anything I actually cared about either.

But I guess the market for this is more about people with a significant chunk of stuff 'in the cloud' that they just need a local copy of (huge steam libraries, music, video?)

Edited By: PR1 on Jul 28, 2015 11:20
bluntmachetti
PR1
50x 25GB blu ray disks for £17 is the best I can see on HUKD. You would need 320 for equivalent capacity so let's call it 7 spindles to allow for the odd failure, which is £119. The convenience seems worth £70, as sitting there writing and changing 320+ disks is going to take days.
Of course you might want to back up some important stuff to external media too, bug I doubt 8TB for many home users.
My point is that most people have 8Tb worth of data worth backing up. I do a lot of work with open data sets and i don't need a drive that big (I wouldnt trust a single drive that size anyway)
PR1
50x 25GB blu ray disks for £17 is the best I can see on HUKD. You would need 320 for equivalent capacity so let's call it 7 spindles to allow for the odd failure, which is £119. The convenience seems worth £70, as sitting there writing and changing 320+ disks is going to take days.

Of course you might want to back up some important stuff to external media too, bug I doubt 8TB for many home users.
JamesSmith
This would take two years to format into encrypted partitions on Mac
bytemaster
bluntmachetti
is it just me or isn't better to get a bluray drive and back your excess stuff up to discs instead. this does seem like a lot of money for a drive that could fail in a short while.

I don't think it is likely to fail before you have written all those blurays.
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XFX Radeon R9 390 (8GB) Graphics Card £241.68 @ More Computers

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If you about build your PC budget gaming computer you may consider buying this card. @ Amazon is £255.99 MSI R9 390 is £259.67 @ scan, but in benchmarks those cards are very similar, so your naked
Str13Xes AvatarStr13Xes6m, 2w agoFound 6 months, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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yadzy
Out of stock
rev6
sergiup
Erm.. Isn't a 290X going to be better than this, except maybe even the 8GB might make a difference? Shame you can't find many anymore, not for a decent price anyway.

290x is better clock for clock yes.
sergiup
Erm.. Isn't a 290X going to be better than this, except maybe even the 8GB might make a difference? Shame you can't find many anymore, not for a decent price anyway.
MazingerZ
lol budget
Neckbeard
Str13Xes
295X2
Not really budget. Probably high end if not mid range for this card
But with AMD Athlon X4 860K 3.7GHz Quad-Core Processor you are looking for about £500 for a gaming PC which is a decent price.

Need to run it on a plutonium PSU.
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EVGA GeForce GTX 980 Ti 6GB Superclocked+ ACX 2.0+ (£552.65 FREE DELIVERY) @ More Computers

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Cheapest I've seen this anywhere so far. Currently £584.99 on Amazon. This is part 06G-P4-4995-KR, so has the backplate as well as the ACX cooling unit and the factory overclock. I hope this is usef…
Nellster AvatarNellster6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago11 Comments
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puddleuk
Just noticed the price is now down to £525.84. You cannot order at that price but I've set up a stock alert just in case they get stock again.
Nexusfifth
Nellster
Nexusfifth
I am tempted to vote cold simply based on the attitude...
This being the best price currently/yet doesn't make it a good deal, for example Galaxy S5 for 200£ is in my opinion a poor deal because it is an awful phone.
And who do you think you are to dictate how or when I should vote...
Then you are moron. You'd make a deal less visible because you didn't like some words in the original post. You do realise that I am not selling this and it is a company? You can't hurt me lol.
"This being the best price currently/yet doesn't make it a good deal" -says it all really, when you haven't got to grips with the site yet. Bless.

Why would I want to hurt you, even if you are selling it, which never came into question...

I simply believe that "instructing" people how they should vote should not be in the deal description. It has nothing to do with the deal and everything to do with your vanity in wanting to get more heat, or at least confirmation that you bought something for a good value.

There is no fixed concept of this site, different people interpret it differently, but there are things which feel wrong and that is why I wrote my comment.

There are a lot of people who have problems with understanding the concept of a HOT Deal and you my friend are among them. It is not a point of finding the best price for something, I can offer you a lump of dirt from my garden for 200£ and I can assure you this is the best price you could have ever get it for, it is still not a good deal.

So instead of instructing people when or when they should vote (and I am quite certain this lost you more heat than it gave you) you could have spent the time to explain why this is a good deal...

I refrained from voting because you were getting so little heat that my vote would have actually mattered.

Besides all that, this is not such a good deal it seems, now you can get a better card for 499...
Nellster
Note to all. Since it's gone OOS, I've expired to save people getting their hopes up.
Nellster
Nexusfifth
I am tempted to vote cold simply based on the attitude...
This being the best price currently/yet doesn't make it a good deal, for example Galaxy S5 for 200£ is in my opinion a poor deal because it is an awful phone.
And who do you think you are to dictate how or when I should vote...

Then you are moron. You'd make a deal less visible because you didn't like some words in the original post. You do realise that I am not selling this and it is a company? You can't hurt me lol.

"This being the best price currently/yet doesn't make it a good deal" -says it all really, when you haven't got to grips with the site yet. Bless.
Nexusfifth
I am tempted to vote cold simply based on the attitude...

This being the best price currently/yet doesn't make it a good deal, for example Galaxy S5 for 200£ is in my opinion a poor deal because it is an awful phone.

And who do you think you are to dictate how or when I should vote...
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G.Skill 16GB(4GBx4) Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Black 3300mhz 1.35v Kit - F4-3300C16Q-16GRKD £244.00 @ morecomputers

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Technical Description: G.Skill 16GB(4GBx4) Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Black 3300mhz Cas16 1.35v Kit - F4-3300C16Q-16GRKD (Components > Memory) Memory Memory channels:Quad Memory voltage:1.35V CAS latency:16 Memo…
Davvid AvatarDavvid7m, 2d agoFound 7 months, 2 days ago4 Comments
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Hootwo
1/4 the price of this stuff.
I'm seeing 16GB Crucial DDR4 from £92-ish. I'm guessing the 1/4 the price was approximate or did I miss a deal?
And yes, spending on fast RAM is almost a complete waste of money; you'll see negligible difference in real life. Get 1866Mhz DDR3 or 2133Mhz DDR4 and save the money for a better cpu/gpu/SSD.

Oops, that should've been 1/3rd (no excuses - I just miscounted), and it was based off the eBuyer price of £84 for 16GB.
wozukSilencer
Heat because it's not another hyper x post
Hootwo
1/4 the price of this stuff.
I'm seeing 16GB Crucial DDR4 from £92-ish. I'm guessing the 1/4 the price was approximate or did I miss a deal?

And yes, spending on fast RAM is almost a complete waste of money; you'll see negligible difference in real life. Get 1866Mhz DDR3 or 2133Mhz DDR4 and save the money for a better cpu/gpu/SSD.

Edited By: Hootwo on Jul 10, 2015 08:42
dxx
I was reading reviews for these modules earlier today, and this high-end DDR4 does little more than raise the framerates in Sleeping Dogs from 57.5fps to 57.7fps. More intensely CPU-bound tasks fare a little better, with, in some cases, performance gains of almost 1%.

Personally, I'll be picking up 16GB of Crucial 2133MHz DDR4 when Skylake launches. It's 1/4 the price of this stuff.
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G.Skill 16GB (8GBx2) G-Skill TridentX DDR3 PC12800-1600MHz Cas7 1.5v £94.02 @ Morecomputers

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After reading more into it, I found that higher frequency ram is no better if the latency is also higher i.e. C10/C11. So thought this to be a decent deal. Design Cooling type:Heatsink Memory Comma…
Looking4Glitches AvatarLooking4Glitches7m, 5d agoFound 7 months, 5 days ago3 Comments
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popolou
Finally, a CL7 deal on HUKD. I'm running an 8GB pair of 1600mhz g.skills at 7-8-7-24 at the moment but always kept an eye out on decent prices 16GB sets. Seems good.
MarcoLoves360
would be nice if was the 2400mhz model the one i have
_taurus_
Go to amazon for cheapest option with HyperX ddram's
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Kingston HyperX FURY Black 16GB (2 x 8GB) Memory Kit 1866MHz £72.50 morecomputers

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Nice price! Other colours available! Shared Via The HUKD App For Android.
mrsusan74 Avatarmrsusan747m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago16 Comments
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boeoz
You can never have enough RAM if you do video editing/print media design.
ComatoseSheep
I've got 16gb in my editing pc and am ordering another 16gb after seeing the encoder and render improvements on a friends system
some programs (including adobe premier) allocate ram to different tasks based on total availability so the impact in this case is drastic
olivermills6
Adster
olivermills6
Even if it's not fully used, having more RAM in your PC boosts performance because it increases the default amount of RAM that gets used by things, so it's noticeably faster
oO
Having more ram "may" increase the amount of stuff in the standby cache, which in turn "may" mean that it doesn't need to be pulled from disk if its needed. But unless you were low on memory anyway it'll never be tangibly faster.
The amount of ram in a machine has no impact on how much an application uses unless that application has been specifically coded to allocate ram for itself based on how much is available.

Hmm. That's odd, as I got upgraded at work from 4gb to 8gb and was told by our IT tech that the reason the 'default' amount of RAM my PC was using increased was because it had more free so was able to allocate more to each task. The PC has been noticeable more efficient since the upgrade.
Gazzataf
Does anyone know if this compatible with a 2011 2.7 GHz Intel Core i5 27" iMac, or know of any cheap 16gb quality named brand memory.
Thanks
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XFX AMD Radeon R9 380 2GB £144.65 @ morecomputers

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Great mid-range GPU and roughly on par with the GTX 960 for a slightly lower price. Cheapest R9 380 around. A review of the R9 380: http://www.ocaholic.co.uk/modules/smartsection/item.php?itemid=1630…
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Mememo
stevvie
A rebadged 285 will eat the power compared to a 960. I have a 280 which is rebadged 7970 and it eats power compared to the nvidia equivalent. And and then there's the shoddy Amd drivers
Shoddy drivers are not AMDs biggest problem at the moment its there have being no new main drivers since Omega 12/9/2014 its all being beta drivers since then which is a joke
You should be installing the "beta" drivers. There's literally no difference between them and a "stable" release other than AMD not wanting to cough up the money for WHQL certification. Why AMD continue to insist on calling them "beta" drivers and confusing people I'll never know.
adam45417
Mememo
adam45417
Mememo
polly69
Better off getting the 280 as that has 3gb ram i know its more but the Asus is £166 from Amazon and its a way better card than the XFX junk. Me personally i wouldn't want a rebadged card and thats what this is.
Cold
Don't forget that the 280 is not directX 12 compatible as for it being a rebadged 285 who cares as long as the Price/performance ratio is right and it supports the latest teck
It is directX 12 compatible.. It just doesn't support all the directX 12 features.
Are you sure I remember seeing a list when the 300 series was coming out and the 7000-200 series rebadges 270(X ) 280(X ) only supported DX11.1 and only the new cards ie R7 260 which was the 7790, and the R9 285 and 290(X ) supported DX12

I didn't read into it that much but I did use this site to have a quick look at the support information - http://wccftech.com/amd-confirms-gcn-cards-feature-full-directx-12-support-feature-level-111-gcn-10-feature-level-120-gcn-1112/.

Heres the table :

http://gyazo.com/d311b66263c7741273f455fc93fbf3d5

The feature level is 11_1 but they state that most of the performance enhancing tools are already available in 11_1 and 12_0.



Edited By: adam45417 on Jul 02, 2015 16:15
Mememo
adam45417
Mememo
polly69
Better off getting the 280 as that has 3gb ram i know its more but the Asus is £166 from Amazon and its a way better card than the XFX junk. Me personally i wouldn't want a rebadged card and thats what this is.
Cold
Don't forget that the 280 is not directX 12 compatible as for it being a rebadged 285 who cares as long as the Price/performance ratio is right and it supports the latest teck
It is directX 12 compatible.. It just doesn't support all the directX 12 features.

Are you sure I remember seeing a list when the 300 series was coming out and the 7000-200 series rebadges 270(X ) 280(X ) only supported DX11.1 and only the new cards ie R7 260 which was the 7790, and the R9 285 and 290(X ) supported DX12

Edit found the info http://wccftech.com/amd-confirms-gcn-cards-feature-full-directx-12-support-feature-level-111-gcn-10-feature-level-120-gcn-1112/





Edited By: Mememo on Jul 02, 2015 16:07
adam45417
Mememo
polly69
Better off getting the 280 as that has 3gb ram i know its more but the Asus is £166 from Amazon and its a way better card than the XFX junk. Me personally i wouldn't want a rebadged card and thats what this is.
Cold
Don't forget that the 280 is not directX 12 compatible as for it being a rebadged 285 who cares as long as the Price/performance ratio is right and it supports the latest teck

It is directX 12 compatible.. It just doesn't support all the directX 12 features.

Edited By: adam45417 on Jul 02, 2015 15:32
Mememo
stevvie
A rebadged 285 will eat the power compared to a 960. I have a 280 which is rebadged 7970 and it eats power compared to the nvidia equivalent. And and then there's the shoddy Amd drivers

Shoddy drivers are not AMDs biggest problem at the moment its there have being no new main drivers since Omega 12/9/2014 its all being beta drivers since then which is a joke


Edited By: Mememo on Jul 02, 2015 15:31
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ZOTAC GeForce GTX 980 £373.13 Inc P&P @ Morecomputers

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Model Name- 980 Product Type- Graphics Card Product Family- GeForce GTX Chipset- NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 Chip Clock- Base 1139MHz - Boost 1240MHz Memory (Maximum)- 4096MB GDDR5 7010MHz GDDR5
xNuSeNsE AvatarxNuSeNsE7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago21 Comments
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delusion
dilzo
delusion
jimborae
delusion
[quote=nickalus88] ...
On another note anyone heard of Nigel o'Hara online store? Seems to be spammed all over google and has an EVGA 980ti superclocked for £520. Reviews not great but they do accept paypal.
Well if it's anything like Nigel O'Hara watch store I would avoid them like the plague. Tried to buy a watch off them which was supposedly in stock but never was. I then had to fight them for a couple months to get my money back, eventually ended up threatening legal action and finally got my dosh back after many broken promises.
That is where PayPal protection comes in handy
Did you go for it?

Not me no. I'm waiting until after the summer. I don't want to pay near rrp for any card
dilzo
delusion
jimborae
delusion
[quote=nickalus88] ...
On another note anyone heard of Nigel o'Hara online store? Seems to be spammed all over google and has an EVGA 980ti superclocked for £520. Reviews not great but they do accept paypal.
Well if it's anything like Nigel O'Hara watch store I would avoid them like the plague. Tried to buy a watch off them which was supposedly in stock but never was. I then had to fight them for a couple months to get my money back, eventually ended up threatening legal action and finally got my dosh back after many broken promises.
That is where PayPal protection comes in handy
Did you go for it?
delusion
jimborae
delusion
[quote=nickalus88] ...
On another note anyone heard of Nigel o'Hara online store? Seems to be spammed all over google and has an EVGA 980ti superclocked for £520. Reviews not great but they do accept paypal.
Well if it's anything like Nigel O'Hara watch store I would avoid them like the plague. Tried to buy a watch off them which was supposedly in stock but never was. I then had to fight them for a couple months to get my money back, eventually ended up threatening legal action and finally got my dosh back after many broken promises.

That is where PayPal protection comes in handy
jimborae
delusion
[quote=nickalus88] ...
On another note anyone heard of Nigel o'Hara online store? Seems to be spammed all over google and has an EVGA 980ti superclocked for £520. Reviews not great but they do accept paypal.

Well if it's anything like Nigel O'Hara watch store I would avoid them like the plague. Tried to buy a watch off them which was supposedly in stock but never was. I then had to fight them for a couple months to get my money back, eventually ended up threatening legal action and finally got my dosh back after many broken promises.
dilzo
delusion
nickalus88
Would this be good for running fallout 4 when it comes out? Going to build a custom pc to run it at max settings
If you are building in time for Fallout alone, wait for the new cards to affect the market. I really don't think the performance of the 980 is worth this price. I can see quite a few cards having a price cut in the next 3 months, Fallout is not out until November. What happens to the 980 price when the 390 and fury range drop in price by up to 20%?
Also - in the US you can get a 980 ti (non-reference) for a little over £400, so if you know anyone going over there...
On another note anyone heard of Nigel o'Hara online store? Seems to be spammed all over google and has an EVGA 980ti superclocked for £520. Reviews not great but they do accept paypal.
I dunno it looks extremely fishy but tempted to get it. £520 is a bargain especially for that card.
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Kingston HyperX FURY Blue (+other colours) 16GB (2 x 8GB) 1866MHz DDR3 £74.17 @ morecomputers.com

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Good price (seeing amazon at £81.61) with free delivery is a bonus. Good amount of RAM and a decent frequency, and in other colours too, although a few pence more :)
alexc4rter Avataralexc4rter7m, 2w agoFound 7 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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fazzle2222
hot, got it for £10 more a few weeks ago
wah0007
Hot!