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Gigabyte gtx 1080 g1 gaming graphics card novatech £499.99 Novatech

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if your looking to upgrade this seems like a good deal as i couldnt find it for under £520 also comes with for honor or tom clancys wildlands the windforce is also £530 if your looking for that
if your looking to upgrade this seems like a good deal as i couldnt find it for under £520 also comes with for honor or tom clancys wildlands the windforce is also £530 if your looking for that
sybiriya Avatar1w, 4d agoFound 1 week, 4 days ago7 Comments
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Myself and some other guy over at their forums had the same issue as you. None of my payments are being accepted by them.
sybiriya
i tried ordering this but kept failing at the payment stage, it then said i had 5 cancelled orders in my account order section.
Don't have an "ethnic" name do you?
sybiriya
ether707
sybiriya
i tried ordering this but kept failing at the payment stage, it then said i had 5 cancelled orders in my account order section.
That's a problem with your bank then. You should contact them.
nope i tried 2 different banks

Call overclockers and order it over the phone.
ether707
sybiriya
i tried ordering this but kept failing at the payment stage, it then said i had 5 cancelled orders in my account order section.

That's a problem with your bank then. You should contact them.


nope i tried 2 different banks
sybiriya
i tried ordering this but kept failing at the payment stage, it then said i had 5 cancelled orders in my account order section.

That's a problem with your bank then. You should contact them.
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Great price for Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB £209.99 @ Novatech

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I was looking for these to upgrade some workstations, and this was the best price I could find. The reviews say that this might not be an ideal card for a quiet machine though, as the fans always spin…
I was looking for these to upgrade some workstations, and this was the best price I could find. The reviews say that this might not be an ideal card for a quiet machine though, as the fans always spin…
sproutratty Avatar2w, 18h agoFound 2 weeks, 18 hours ago21 Comments
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surely this is a typo, as the other MSI 6gb model is here
https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/components/nvidiageforcegraphicscards/nvidiagtx1060series/gtx10606gtoc.html
Anyone received to confirm its no the 3gb?
fishmaster
ether707
I only play on 1920x1080 and would want to record gameplay at 1080p without lagging. Scan have the Asus rx480 8gb for £174.98 plus DOOM.
They don't, that card has 4GB VRAM. https://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-7000mhz-gddr5-1300mhz-(1320mhz-in-oc-mode)-boost
The cheapest 8GB they do is £189.

It was a today only deal and they stopped doing it now.
Aretak
vulcanproject
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_1060_Armor/30.html
A review from a few weeks ago to base current performance. Beats the RX480 on average across the resolutions tested.
It beats a throttling reference RX 480, which nobody is suggesting that anybody buy. A custom card running at a stable 1300MHz+ is a different proposition and the only fair comparison (especially given that custom GTX 1060s will be running at close to 2GHz out of the box due to GPU Boost). The fact is that there's really nothing between them in terms of performance overall, with the RX 480 performing better in some games and the GTX 1060 performing better in others. There's no sensible advice to offer other than saying that you should consider what games you want to play, look at comparisons of the two in those games, and purchase based on that.
Any dumb memes about driver quality are a fabrication. I use cards from both vendors regularly and there is no difference.
vulcanproject
Wattman is still buggy and unstable. Lots of error notifications and crashes even now.
Not on my system, with any of the AMD cards I've had since it was released (including a couple of RX 480s and the R9 290X I'm currently using).

A reference GTX1060 beats a reference RX 480 9 months after launch, correct.

Are you suggesting that the reference RX 480 cards still suffer from thermal and power issues, won't reach their reference clocks and AMD haven't fixed them after all this time? That wouldn't reflect well on them.

Or are you suggesting that aftermarket cards all automatically boost much much higher than the reference cards?

I'm sure you can't mean either of these things because neither is true. Even 1300mhz for example is less than 3 percent higher than reference boost on the RX480. But I'm open to your explanation.

All the test linked to shows this MSI GTX1060 card and even the reference one leading RX 480. Naturally aftermarket cards overclock and boost better over reference it just depends how much better. That much is obvious. GTX1060 a lot better, RX 480 typically not a lot at all.

This test was done before Nvidia's latest driver however, which considerably closes the gap between some of the DX12 games by quite a bit and probably raises the average lead rather higher.

Aretak
vulcanproject
Wattman is still buggy and unstable. Lots of error notifications and crashes even now.
Not on my system, with any of the AMD cards I've had since it was released (including a couple of RX 480s and the R9 290X I'm currently using).

I'm glad you have had a fortunate experience with Wattman, unfortunately many have not. Not too reliable software that came out of AMD's notoriously unreliable Overdrive software. So notorious they changed the name to Wattman and relaunched it last year...

MSI afterburner is certainly more stable and mature, is the main point.
ether707
I only play on 1920x1080 and would want to record gameplay at 1080p without lagging. Scan have the Asus rx480 8gb for £174.98 plus DOOM.

They don't, that card has 4GB VRAM.

https://www.scan.co.uk/products/4gb-asus-radeon-rx-480-dual-oc-14nm-polaris-pcie-30-7000mhz-gddr5-1300mhz-(1320mhz-in-oc-mode)-boost

The cheapest 8GB they do is £189.
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MSI GeForce GTX 1070 ARMOR - £335.99 Novatech - 3.45%TCB = 324.40

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Seems best current price for 1070. Included wildlands/for honour game offer. Buy now or wait for vega / possible further reductions?
Seems best current price for 1070. Included wildlands/for honour game offer. Buy now or wait for vega / possible further reductions?
Dacra Avatar2w, 5d agoFound 2 weeks, 5 days ago34 Comments
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If amazon are price matching, strongly advise avoiding novatech.
Cheers for your help zagaz,

Can you tell me why I need a 32gb m.2 SSD.
What does it do with the graphics card
Cheers
Nate1492
minty_
I want to upgrade my graphics card to play VR, and mainly oculus rift. Been looking at this graphics card
My pc is:
Processor
6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-6700 Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)
Operating System
Windows 10 Home (64Bit)
Memory
16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 2133MHz SDRAM
Hard Drive
2TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive + 32GB M.2 SSD
Video Card
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750Ti with 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Memory
Base
XPS Desktop 8910 Base
FGA Module
VMAX1705_135_R/GB/BTS
XPS 8910 Black EPS Chassis
XPS 8910, EPA Chassis (460W)

Get this card and get an SSD. Asap.
Seriously, the card might be nice, but the SSD will change your computing life forever.


​32GB M.2 SSD. ;)
It says:my tower can support up to 225W full size graphics cards.

This graphics card:
Max Power Usage150WMinimum
PSU Requirement500W
minty_
I want to upgrade my graphics card to play VR, and mainly oculus rift. Been looking at this graphics card
My pc is:
Processor
6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-6700 Processor (8M Cache, up to 4.0 GHz)
Operating System
Windows 10 Home (64Bit)
Memory
16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 2133MHz SDRAM
Hard Drive
2TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive + 32GB M.2 SSD
Video Card
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 750Ti with 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Memory
Base
XPS Desktop 8910 Base
FGA Module
VMAX1705_135_R/GB/BTS
XPS 8910 Black EPS Chassis
XPS 8910, EPA Chassis (460W)

Get this card and get an SSD. Asap.
Seriously, the card might be nice, but the SSD will change your computing life forever.
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Novatech Stealth Micro ATX PC Case - No PSU - £16.99 / £19.38 delivered / Free c&c - Novatech

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Not really a deal but a very good case for building a pc on the cheap. The features and flexibility of this case are mental for the price. the specs are as below. And postage from £2.37! Or collect in…
Not really a deal but a very good case for building a pc on the cheap. The features and flexibility of this case are mental for the price. the specs are as below. And postage from £2.37! Or collect in…
flukeskywalker Avatar3w, 2d agoFound 3 weeks, 2 days ago32 Comments
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Anyone get this case? How's the noise off the front fan?
hcc27
PulisOut
flec
Not very stealth with a bright blue light..but!
Suppose you could disconnect the lights.

Yes that's not very difficult :)
For the life of me I cannot understand how these guys can sell a computer case - and from the looks of it pretty solid build quality- for under 20 quid and still make a profit.


​Because it's really cheap pressed pig iron (_;)
Fairly sure this is a rebranded RaidMax case. Heat!

Edited By: faintaxis on Mar 07, 2017 21:17: Wrong case
biggysilly
PulisOut
I did look at this as I'm in the market for a few cases for home webservers. But I wasn't happy with the design and fittings available. So if anyone see a simple square box for the same price let me know :-)
http://static.hotukdeals.com/images/threads/2623007_1.jpg

Ideal thanks but still now DVD slot :-)
Grubs

Check this build out instead, similar but cheaper https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/BKLDKZ

Thanks for your build, i just bought an RX480 from overclockers with doom for £150 but i did go ahead and order the g4560, mobo and HDD from BT so many thanks for that!

Wondering about ram...could i use 2400 or would 2133mhz be cheaper more suitable?


Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 06, 2017 13:26: Edit
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PowerColor Radeon RX460 Red Dragon Graphics Card £83.64 @ Novatech

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It would seem the price continues to fall for entry level gaming! You can get this card for only £83.64, if you select the free shipping option at checkout, and it is from a reputable retailer also…
It would seem the price continues to fall for entry level gaming! You can get this card for only £83.64, if you select the free shipping option at checkout, and it is from a reputable retailer also…
Uncommon.Sense Avatar3w, 5d agoFound 3 weeks, 5 days ago16 Comments
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JimBobJr
Good price, saw it for the same yesterday at Aria PC but couldnt post it :p


​sorry I'm new to this site ,but why not?
The only card on that list that is going to offer a large amount of difference is the 7970/R9 280 (maybe the GTX 680), and they both need an 8+6 pin power connector and draw at least a couple of hundred watts under load. Again that's not really helping someone who wants to plonk this in a Dell Inspiron/ HP Pavilion/Zoostorm etc.. basic tower with a 300-400W PSU, even when you can convert the spare molex plugs to the correct connectors, it would probably just end up killing the PSU.

So yeah, someone looking for a cheap card to play games that requires no extra upgrades and doesn't want to spend £140 on the RX 470, you have pretty much two options this or for 20% more cost the cheapest Geforce GTX 1050, which is about 15% faster at best.
EQL
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.
If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.
If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.
Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.
I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
(I'd suggest the 750 Ti shouldn't be in the same discussion)
The RX460 has similar performance to the HD 7870/R9 270/R7 370 and the GTX 660 Ti (and the Xbox One and the PS4), so games are going to be built around its capabilities for a while, but it isn't the most powerful card around. The RX470 appears to be a significant step up (3 tiers in the GPU hierarchy) for not that much more.
Talking about secondhand graphics cards, I thought I'd mention these oldies from Cex (ebay is often overpriced). They will use more electricity, will run out of support earlier and may still not be cheap enough to buy :) (the GTX 580 has the best bang for the buck, but is probably too old) :Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 2GB (£87.50)Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 680 2GB (£92.50)ATI Radeon HD 7970 DD XT2 3GB(£97.50)ATI Radeon Tahiti XT HD 7970 3GB(£97.50)Nvidia GeForce Fermi GTX 580 1.5GB (£47.50)ATI Radeon HD 7870 XT 2GB (£67.50)ATI Radeon R9 280 3GB DX 11 (£77.50)ATI Radeon HD 7950 3GD5 3GB (£77.50)Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 670 2GB (£77.50)CeX offer a 24-month warranty* (on all items purchased on or after 14th Nov 2015) on all products excluding consumables
Power requirements need to be bourne in mind with these older, more demanding cards. Molex hard-drive power cables can be converted to PCI-E 6 pin connectors.

Great follow up post, that was my thoughts if I wasn't lazy ;-)

Now, I do want to point out something: The xbox and PS4 are going through a weird phase where they are both offering upgrades to their consoles. It may not be the 'defacto' specs to publish for, so aiming for a 460 as your target may leave you in an awkward position where developers are planning around the new console specs (they aren't really 'new') but I think you know what i mean.
Nate1492
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.
If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.
If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.
Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.
I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
(I'd suggest the 750 Ti shouldn't be in the same discussion)

The RX460 has similar performance to the HD 7870/R9 270/R7 370 and the GTX 660 Ti (and the Xbox One and the PS4), so games are going to be built around its capabilities for a while, but it isn't the most powerful card around. The RX470 appears to be a significant step up (3 tiers in the GPU hierarchy) for not that much more.

Talking about secondhand graphics cards, I thought I'd mention these oldies from Cex (ebay is often overpriced). They will use more electricity, will run out of support earlier and may still not be cheap enough to buy :) (the GTX 580 has the best bang for the buck, but is probably too old) :

Nvidia Geforce GTX 770 2GB (£87.50)
Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 680 2GB (£92.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7970 DD XT2 3GB(£97.50)
ATI Radeon Tahiti XT HD 7970 3GB(£97.50)

Nvidia GeForce Fermi GTX 580 1.5GB (£47.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7870 XT 2GB (£67.50)
ATI Radeon R9 280 3GB DX 11 (£77.50)
ATI Radeon HD 7950 3GD5 3GB (£77.50)
Nvidia GeForce Kepler GTX 670 2GB (£77.50)

CeX offer a 24-month warranty* (on all items purchased on or after 14th Nov 2015) on all products excluding consumables

Power requirements need to be bourne in mind with these older, more demanding cards. Molex hard-drive power cables can be converted to PCI-E 6 pin connectors.

Edited By: EQL on Mar 03, 2017 23:52
Uncommon.Sense
Nate1492
I personally would suggest considering a used card in this price range rather than buying the 460.
It's a very week card and if you can stump up a bit more for the 470, or wait, or buy used... It would be a better investment.
I see where you are coming from, but the cheapest RX 470 is £139.98 which is 67% more expensive that this card so it's not really a comparison.
As for second hand, yes, in theory second hand is fine but not everyone can buy second hand as there are not 'xx amount in stock' they are one off's generally. If you were shopping second hand in this price range I am not sure what you can get that is significantly faster that doesn't require a decent PSU with a PCI-E 6-pin connector, so you might end up have to buy another PSU, further adding to the costs.

If someone likes to play computer games, I simply can't recommend this card.

If you want a card that doesn't require a decent PSU or a PCI-E 6 pin, then I would point you toward the 750 ti 950/1050 Geforce card. Geforce is much better suited for low end CPUs and DX11 gaming.

Anyway, if you are stuck without a 6 pin PCI, then that's another problem.

I simply can't suggest this card to anyone who isn't stuck with that situation, I can't recommend the 750 ti, 950, 1050 or 460. They don't even handle the current generation's games at 60 fps 1080 reasonable graphics.
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PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 470 4GB £139.98 @ Novatech

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Seems a decent price, pretty sure this is an all time low for a 470
Seems a decent price, pretty sure this is an all time low for a 470
JimBobJr Avatar3w, 6d agoFound 3 weeks, 6 days ago9 Comments
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Is there no free delivery option?
Great deal. Personally I would gamble and wait to see if the 400 series cards go cheap once the 500 series is out, but that's just me being tight
That seems like a hell of a good price considering the price of some of the RX 460's. Very tempted for a serious upgrade from my aging 6850!
This 470 also comes with a backplate (according to the pictures on newegg) unlike a lot of the other deals around.
Heat! If your after a 480...Asus Radeon DUAL RX 480 4GB is only £15 more.

Edit The 480 seems to have increased by £4 :(



Edited By: utopiangames on Mar 02, 2017 15:53: Edit
BigP50000
Uncommon.Sense
Expect to see the prices falling as April approaches, the replacement RX 560, 570 and 580's will be out then. :)
Heat for the current best price however,
rx 560 is basically an overclocked rx 460

I know, hence why I mentioned them. Same Polaris based GPU, some tweaks to clocks and RAM speed. The comment was intended to explain why the price is falling. ;)
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EVGA 500W ATX Budget Power Supply - £36.37 Delivered @ Novatech

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Novatech are at it again. Before I even get into detail - Highly would NOT recommend using this for an expensive gaming build. If you're cutting costs don't cut on a quality PSU. Price has been red…
Novatech are at it again. Before I even get into detail - Highly would NOT recommend using this for an expensive gaming build. If you're cutting costs don't cut on a quality PSU. Price has been red…
Burnz0 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Get an aero cool integrator 500w for 30 on Amazon which is bronze rated with excellent reviews

And before the moan squad come posting, the 600w version has been reviewed by jonnyguru and was noted to be solid.

Evga don't make their own capacitors. Their g2 and gs PSUs are made by seasonic amd superflower. So you can't rely on the brand name entirely.

It's not a bad price but there just is a lot better out there.
chapchap
I bought the 600w version of this last year for £30. I know people say always pay for expensive PSUs but running a slightly overlocked 970 and i7 4970 it has never missed a beat and is 100% stable.

I bought a 450W Corsair one last month for £40, which I used to troubleshoot my dying PSU. Can't say I've ever bought this one, but I know EVGA make good PSU's. Not sure if I would trust a £30/£40 pound PSU on that rig, but I guess its worked for you so far. :)
I bought the 600w version of this last year for £30. I know people say always pay for expensive PSUs but running a slightly overlocked 970 and i7 4970 it has never missed a beat and is 100% stable.
This should be hot cold cuz someone can't afford it yet
hamzahuk
Got the exact same psu and its been running my R9 Fury and i7 4790k perfectly fine for the last few months. Not sure why cold, unless someone can find a 80+ 500w psu cheaper.

Thanks Ham, appreciate the heat.
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MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 8GB £199.98 @ Novatech

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MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 8GB only £199.98 with Free Delivery from NovaTech. (There are two versions of this card, this is the faster OC version, RX 480 ARMOR 8G OC) This isn't the fastest or t…
MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 8GB only £199.98 with Free Delivery from NovaTech. (There are two versions of this card, this is the faster OC version, RX 480 ARMOR 8G OC) This isn't the fastest or t…
McClain365 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago63 Comments
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Which is the better one? This or the other xfx linked below. I dont mind the £10 but dont know if its best to get the Armor one or not

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xfx-radeon-rx-480-8gb-189-98-ballicom-free-delivery-2619137?p=30070087
JustWakeUpLink
https://cdn.theconversation.com/files/140430/width237/image-20161005-15882-13x0gd1.jpg

Nom nom
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eiamhere69
chapchap
eiamhere69
JustWakeUpLink
BetaRomeo
But I'd still like to see the original source, if you happen to have a link? My search only revealed sources that would be unbelievably stupid to cite.
Just ignore captain sarcasm, he's never going to post the link but he will keep acting like an aggressive keyboard warrior.
Thank you for joining the conversation, you should probably re-read what you typed.
You are a time-waster. And very,very boring to boot. Why not do something else instead ?

hahahahahah ok
ahaahah


​I think you should start diluting your lemonade, you're getting very excitable.
chapchap
eiamhere69
JustWakeUpLink
BetaRomeo
But I'd still like to see the original source, if you happen to have a link? My search only revealed sources that would be unbelievably stupid to cite.
Just ignore captain sarcasm, he's never going to post the link but he will keep acting like an aggressive keyboard warrior.
Thank you for joining the conversation, you should probably re-read what you typed.
You are a time-waster. And very,very boring to boot. Why not do something else instead ?

hahahahahah ok
ahaahah
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MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 4GB £169.98 @ Novatech

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MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 4GB only £169.98 with Free Delivery from NovaTech. (There are two versions of this card, this is the faster OC version, RX 480 ARMOR 4G OC) This isn't the fastest or t…
MSI Radeon RX 480 Armor OC 4GB only £169.98 with Free Delivery from NovaTech. (There are two versions of this card, this is the faster OC version, RX 480 ARMOR 4G OC) This isn't the fastest or t…
McClain365 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago42 Comments
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Is the best deal for the RX480's for the next couple of weeks? I was thinking of getting this but I only have a 500W psu so perhaps I should go for the RX470 version of this card which is £180 on amazon.
Oh look, another car-crash GPU thread.

It's like all the stupid on the internet condenses on HUKD.
arealmentalist
cjc1706
I'm trying to work out if this would be a worthwhile upgrade from an R9 380 4gb model. Any ideas?
depends if you can sell your current card. It's around a 70% performance boost but personally at 1080p i wouldnt bother with an upgrade until Vega by that point your VRAM at 4 gb might be limiting and an upgrade is much more worthwhile.


​70%!??
cjc1706
I'm trying to work out if this would be a worthwhile upgrade from an R9 380 4gb model. Any ideas?
depends if you can sell your current card. It's around a 70% performance boost but personally at 1080p i wouldnt bother with an upgrade until Vega by that point your VRAM at 4 gb might be limiting and an upgrade is much more worthwhile.
I'm trying to work out if this would be a worthwhile upgrade from an R9 380 4gb model. Any ideas?
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GTX 1070 MSI Aero 8GB £334.98 delivered @ Novatech

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Not the best 1070 out there considering it is a blower style. But a good price for what's available now for this price. Either get this or wait for another one of the aftermarket coolers. Cheaper t…
Not the best 1070 out there considering it is a blower style. But a good price for what's available now for this price. Either get this or wait for another one of the aftermarket coolers. Cheaper t…
towan Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago12 Comments
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I bet it's loud under load, no wonder it's cheap.
Nabz83
Far too expensive imo for the card/performance let's see what AMD come out with shortly and fingers crossed nvidia drop their pricing to compete

It's not that bad at all. It's something like 40-45 percent faster than a GTX1060 6GB at 1440p and its also roughly that much more expensive, if you assume a decent GTX1060 6Gb model is ~£230.
Far too expensive imo for the card/performance let's see what AMD come out with shortly and fingers crossed nvidia drop their pricing to compete
I was lucky enough to get a gigabyte gaming g1 1070 for £320 from Amazon warehouse 6 months ago and apart from being long as a telegraph pole there is nothing wrong with it.
vulcanproject
Szabster
Definitely hot! Who cares if it's a blower one, they don't run that hot anyways.
Yep. It's a 150w card. This isn't some R9 390X 275 watt nuclear meltdown GPU.
The reference blowers have been tested endlessly in the original GTX1070 founders reviews and prove it's cool, quiet and fast.

Can vouch. I had the R9 predecessor (7970) and it was like a boeing jet about to take off when playing far cry 3.
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MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon Motherboard - £20 Cashback, Free Siberia Gaming Headset and Free Copy of For Honour - £159.95 @ Novatech

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Board normally sells for this price and has lots of good features for the price. Now it comes with a free copy of For Honour and comes with a free Headset, just make sure and select that promotion.
Board normally sells for this price and has lots of good features for the price. Now it comes with a free copy of For Honour and comes with a free Headset, just make sure and select that promotion.
adamskiidu_44 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago50 Comments
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spec says the motherboard takes upto ddr4 2400...is that true?
Wccftech simply reproduced the pre order price chart.
They are by far more reliable and accurate than any source I have seen on this site,
and currently that includes YOU.
If you wish to be taken seriously, post a source and figures that dispute said prices.
.If you cannot, stop flapping your lips.
Know it all.
shkapars
cranmerman
http://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700/

This is the news so far.
It is looking like an i7 ish quad core will be under £200.
Eventually.


​They are just a plain rumors, from uknown sorces, would take them seriously.


​Wccftech are not a reliable source, they should never be quoted if you want to be taken seriously. It's obvious that buying now isn't the best idea, wait for real world benchmarks and see if there's movement in Intel's pricing, if the benchmarks and pricing are favourable to AMD.

I've already bought DDR4 RAM ready for whichever platform I choose. It's almost doubled in price since I got it. No way they'd drop the RAM pricing with this competition arising and it was already inflated for the Christmas period. So I'm quids in already.
Slightly 'leaked' pre order prices table for Ryzen chips,maybe 12 days short of release.
An i7 equivalent cpu is gonna be under £200 as stated.
If you have a denial problem here it is probably 'buyers remorse'.
Anybody buying a Z2 series mobo at this juncture must have the attention span of a frog.
And Shkapars can barely speak English. let alone Geek.Opininion worthless.



Edited By: cranmerman on Feb 15, 2017 22:36: cock suck
cranmerman
http://wccftech.com/amd-ryzen-7-1800x-1700x-1700/

This is the news so far.
It is looking like an i7 ish quad core will be under £200.
Eventually.


​They are just a plain rumors, from uknown sorces, would take them seriously.
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gigabyte lga 1151 matx/flex atx motherboard h110m-s2h *B-stock manufacturer repaired, signs of use* £19.99 + delivery @ Novatech £22.38

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I picked this up before when it was last in stock and it came looking brand new with I/O shield and sata cables in sealed packets 8 in stock at time of posting Cheapest delivery £2.39 REFURB
I picked this up before when it was last in stock and it came looking brand new with I/O shield and sata cables in sealed packets 8 in stock at time of posting Cheapest delivery £2.39 REFURB
babswatkins Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago16 Comments
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thanks again OP, mine arrived today, boxed and sealed. The only thing missing was the instructions (who cares?). I have some DDR4 ram on the way but this was a great buy for a £50 - £60 motherboard.


If you need the manual you can find it on the gigabyte product page online... I always need it for the front panel connections lol
thanks again OP, mine arrived today, boxed and sealed. The only thing missing was the instructions (who cares?). I have some DDR4 ram on the way but this was a great buy for a £50 - £60 motherboard.
If the people who purchased this are looking for quality ram at a good price, Amazon have HyperX Fury 4gb sticks of DDR4 2133mhz at £23.59 each so I picked up two. Bit of a wait on them though.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00TY6A2Z4/ref=ya_st_dp_summary
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Oos
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Fractal Design Core 1100 Micro ATX Tower case - Black. Novatech - £27.99 Delivered

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Full spec: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/core-series/core-1100 # An extremely compact micro ATX case, designed for exceptional airflow and cooling # Brushed aluminum-look front
Full spec: http://www.fractal-design.com/home/product/cases/core-series/core-1100 # An extremely compact micro ATX case, designed for exceptional airflow and cooling # Brushed aluminum-look front
dt_matthews Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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MSI GeForce GTX 1060 OC 6GB - £209.98 @ Novatech

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GTX 1060 6GB, one of the lowest prices I've seen for an aftermarket card. Free delivery option available
GTX 1060 6GB, one of the lowest prices I've seen for an aftermarket card. Free delivery option available
phenooo Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago113 Comments
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vinny939
BigP50000
Fiendmish
I've got the 3gb version of this card, a word of warning, it's bloody loud all the time. Even when idling on the desktop the fans run at 50% and there is no way to reduce that. If you use your PC for anything other than gaming or are someone like me who's botherd about noise I'd say don't get this card.
I'm really happy with the performance of mine, but the noise is a right PITA.
is that so? any others out there claiming the same issues about what you just mentioned? or is it just your card?
I bought the 6gb card on this link and it indeed does run with the fans set to 49% min at all times, i tried Afterburner and theres a yellow dotted line at the 49% mark which i couldnt lower the speed below, thinking i had a defective card i messaged MSI and found out
Ticket:
Fan Speed
Content:
Dear Sir,
Thanks for contacting MSI technical support team.
Because your card is not GAMING Serial product,so the fan would be running in idle and 3D.About the min fan speed,it should be 49%,can't be changed.
Thanks for your cooperation in advance!
Best Regards,
MSI Technical Support Team
apparently its bios locked to this speed all the time as a min although it does go faster it wont go slower.

Watercooling block it is then!
Ordered one last night. Should be good for the HTC Vive. Thanks!
BigP50000
Fiendmish
I've got the 3gb version of this card, a word of warning, it's bloody loud all the time. Even when idling on the desktop the fans run at 50% and there is no way to reduce that. If you use your PC for anything other than gaming or are someone like me who's botherd about noise I'd say don't get this card.
I'm really happy with the performance of mine, but the noise is a right PITA.
is that so? any others out there claiming the same issues about what you just mentioned? or is it just your card?
I bought the 6gb card on this link and it indeed does run with the fans set to 49% min at all times, i tried Afterburner and theres a yellow dotted line at the 49% mark which i couldnt lower the speed below, thinking i had a defective card i messaged MSI and found out
Ticket:
Fan Speed
Content:
Dear Sir,
Thanks for contacting MSI technical support team.
Because your card is not GAMING Serial product,so the fan would be running in idle and 3D.About the min fan speed,it should be 49%,can't be changed.
Thanks for your cooperation in advance!
Best Regards,
MSI Technical Support Team
apparently its bios locked to this speed all the time as a min although it does go faster it wont go slower.
still available for me. thanks op
Needs to be expired, deal has ended
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ASUS H110I-PLUS Intel H110 (Socket 1151) Mini ITX Motherboard - Novatech - £56.99

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Socket 1151 DDR4 (upto 2133mhz) Mini-ITX form factor PCI-E x16 EzFlash 3 bios updater Full spec here: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/H110I-PLUS/
Socket 1151 DDR4 (upto 2133mhz) Mini-ITX form factor PCI-E x16 EzFlash 3 bios updater Full spec here: http://www.asus.com/Motherboards/H110I-PLUS/
dt_matthews Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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I paid £65 and use the i3 6100 but going to buy another board again and then buy the i3 6100 for £70 while on holiday as its cheaper than buying in the uk

Edited By: copystuff on Feb 06, 2017 14:03: k
pauleden
dt_matthews
Diab
Had this model since around may, been fine and has plenty of bios options available.
Can you update the BIOS without a cpu?
No. You'll need to buy a cheap skylake and flash the BIOS before it will take a Kaby Lake.
that's the downside hehe
anyway why buy kaby when you can get sky for cheaper and have almost the same performance? Look at the reviews - 7000 series is just 6000 series slightly tweaked. I doubt you'll be able to tell the difference
pauleden
dt_matthews
Diab
Had this model since around may, been fine and has plenty of bios options available.
Can you update the BIOS without a cpu?
No. You'll need to buy a cheap skylake and flash the BIOS before it will take a Kaby Lake.
thanks - what a ballache tho.
dt_matthews
Diab
Had this model since around may, been fine and has plenty of bios options available.
Can you update the BIOS without a cpu?
No. You'll need to buy a cheap skylake and flash the BIOS before it will take a Kaby Lake.
Diab
Had this model since around may, been fine and has plenty of bios options available.
Can you update the BIOS without a cpu?
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ASUS Dual OC GTX 1070 - £339.98 with free Wildlands game at Novatech

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One of the lowest priced GTX 1070's available at the moment. Core clocked at 1582, boost to 1771, which is pretty decent. Don't forget TCB, usually about 3% off and it comes with a free game - eith…
One of the lowest priced GTX 1070's available at the moment. Core clocked at 1582, boost to 1771, which is pretty decent. Don't forget TCB, usually about 3% off and it comes with a free game - eith…
Themadcow Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago31 Comments
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How do you choose the game? There's no option to select a specific game.
How do you get the 3% off?
Back in stock now.

jack31999
How do you get the 3% off?

Go via Topcashback (TCB) for 3.45% off the ex-VAT price.
How do you get the 3% off?
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
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ASUS RX470 Strix Gaming OC 4GB @ Novatech for £159.98 delivered

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Lowest priced RX470 at the moment
Lowest priced RX470 at the moment
cwl999 Avatar1m, 3w agoFound 1 month, 3 weeks ago30 Comments
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I'd spend 10-20 more for and rx480.
Lahn
decanay
Lahn
decanay
Lahn
decanay
gupsterg
Not voting hot or cold, but I've written off buying/posting deals from Novatech due to reading this.
Maybe missing something there, but he bought the card in 2014 and is returning it now? Doesn't deserve anything from the retailer, ridiculous.
Not needed to RMA anything to Novatech, so can't comment there. Scan however, are shocking and will lie and cheat their way out of most RMAs.
He bought a graphics card with 3 years warranty, it broke before 3 years were up. He paid £160 for it, and they're trying to flip him off with £14, why is that okay?
A 3 year manufacturers warranty. Novatech owe him nothing. If he'd gone direct to MSI I'm sure he would have had a different outcome, but he didn't. Novatech shouldn't have accepted the RMA in the first place, but once they did, they dealt with MSI, and the best he could expect is a partial refund.
Unfortunately the op of that reddit was stupid and the whole post is full of misinformation.
We have different definitions of stupid - I don't think it's the OP's fault that he contacted the retailer to RMA a faulty product, that's what most people would do - if Novatech then accepted the RMA after 2 years, they're it, they should either a) replace like for like, b) replace with similarly performing product, c) refund the full amount.
They can't accept to RMA a product, and then decide they don't want to really go through with the RMA anyway, and just throw loose change at the OP.
I accept that was being a bit harsh. But, as part owner of a very small tech retailer that kind of post is horrible. It could have a serious impact on some businesses through no fault of their own. Probably no issue for Novatech, but that's not the point.
In response to your point - the retailer can accept an RMA at anytime. Within the first year a, b, and c apply. In the 2nd year only a and b apply, c then only entitles you to a partial refund based on reasonable use and life expectancy of a product. After that you aren't strictly entitled to anything.
Accepting the RMA just means they authorise you to return the product, nothing more.
£14 wasn't fair but would cover all their legal obligations, they actually offered £42 in the end. That is likely to be near enough the full amount offered by MSI, so very fair.
Okay, thanks for explaining that - in that case I still think Novatech should not have offered to accept the RMA if they were going to give a very small amount of money that can't buy a similar product. What's the point of a warranty if you only get that small amount of money? They should have advised him to deal with MSI directly.


I totally agree, but it's how most warranties work. Also, we don't know that they didn't suggest that initially and maybe the customer pushed the issue, it happens a lot. Much better for them to accept it in that case. It needs to be clear as well, that the partial refund stems from MSI, so there isn't any guarantee that he would have been any better off going direct to them.

Though Novatech £14 offer was either dishonest or they offered it without knowing the amount MSI would reimburse. That part does seem a bit dodgy.

Sometimes it's better to go directly to the manufacturer (eg. EVGA are excellent), sometimes through the retailer if the manufacturer has a poor track record (eg. Powercolor), or the best is through Amazon as they are fantastic at supporting warranties.
decanay
Lahn
decanay
Lahn
decanay
gupsterg
Not voting hot or cold, but I've written off buying/posting deals from Novatech due to reading this.
Maybe missing something there, but he bought the card in 2014 and is returning it now? Doesn't deserve anything from the retailer, ridiculous.
Not needed to RMA anything to Novatech, so can't comment there. Scan however, are shocking and will lie and cheat their way out of most RMAs.
He bought a graphics card with 3 years warranty, it broke before 3 years were up. He paid £160 for it, and they're trying to flip him off with £14, why is that okay?
A 3 year manufacturers warranty. Novatech owe him nothing. If he'd gone direct to MSI I'm sure he would have had a different outcome, but he didn't. Novatech shouldn't have accepted the RMA in the first place, but once they did, they dealt with MSI, and the best he could expect is a partial refund.
Unfortunately the op of that reddit was stupid and the whole post is full of misinformation.
We have different definitions of stupid - I don't think it's the OP's fault that he contacted the retailer to RMA a faulty product, that's what most people would do - if Novatech then accepted the RMA after 2 years, they're it, they should either a) replace like for like, b) replace with similarly performing product, c) refund the full amount.
They can't accept to RMA a product, and then decide they don't want to really go through with the RMA anyway, and just throw loose change at the OP.
I accept that was being a bit harsh. But, as part owner of a very small tech retailer that kind of post is horrible. It could have a serious impact on some businesses through no fault of their own. Probably no issue for Novatech, but that's not the point.
In response to your point - the retailer can accept an RMA at anytime. Within the first year a, b, and c apply. In the 2nd year only a and b apply, c then only entitles you to a partial refund based on reasonable use and life expectancy of a product. After that you aren't strictly entitled to anything.
Accepting the RMA just means they authorise you to return the product, nothing more.
£14 wasn't fair but would cover all their legal obligations, they actually offered £42 in the end. That is likely to be near enough the full amount offered by MSI, so very fair.
Okay, thanks for explaining that - in that case I still think Novatech should not have offered to accept the RMA if they were going to give a very small amount of money that can't buy a similar product. What's the point of a warranty if you only get that small amount of money? They should have advised him to deal with MSI directly.
Lahn
decanay
Lahn
decanay
gupsterg
Not voting hot or cold, but I've written off buying/posting deals from Novatech due to reading this.
Maybe missing something there, but he bought the card in 2014 and is returning it now? Doesn't deserve anything from the retailer, ridiculous.
Not needed to RMA anything to Novatech, so can't comment there. Scan however, are shocking and will lie and cheat their way out of most RMAs.
He bought a graphics card with 3 years warranty, it broke before 3 years were up. He paid £160 for it, and they're trying to flip him off with £14, why is that okay?
A 3 year manufacturers warranty. Novatech owe him nothing. If he'd gone direct to MSI I'm sure he would have had a different outcome, but he didn't. Novatech shouldn't have accepted the RMA in the first place, but once they did, they dealt with MSI, and the best he could expect is a partial refund.
Unfortunately the op of that reddit was stupid and the whole post is full of misinformation.
We have different definitions of stupid - I don't think it's the OP's fault that he contacted the retailer to RMA a faulty product, that's what most people would do - if Novatech then accepted the RMA after 2 years, they're it, they should either a) replace like for like, b) replace with similarly performing product, c) refund the full amount.
They can't accept to RMA a product, and then decide they don't want to really go through with the RMA anyway, and just throw loose change at the OP.

I accept that was being a bit harsh. But, as part owner of a very small tech retailer that kind of post is horrible. It could have a serious impact on some businesses through no fault of their own. Probably no issue for Novatech, but that's not the point.

In response to your point - the retailer can accept an RMA at anytime. Within the first year a, b, and c apply. In the 2nd year only a and b apply, c then only entitles you to a partial refund based on reasonable use and life expectancy of a product. After that you aren't strictly entitled to anything.

Accepting the RMA just means they authorise you to return the product, nothing more.

£14 wasn't fair but would cover all their legal obligations, they actually offered £42 in the end. That is likely to be near enough the full amount offered by MSI, so very fair.
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Gigabyte GTX 1070 Windforce GBP £339.98 Novatech (Minus 3.45% TCB = GBP 328.25)

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Seems a good price.
Seems a good price.
Dacra Avatar2m, 1d agoFound 2 months, 1 day ago64 Comments
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I received mine yesterday and mine too was the non OC version but no biggy. I just notice though that they are offering a free game now on 10 series cards
"Get For Honor or Tom Clancys Ghost Recon: Wildlands FREE Digital Download"
I wonder if we will qualify for that?
I've just had mine delivered and can confirm the image was wrong and it's not the OC edition. Doesn't make a lot of difference, but not great from Novatech.
oos
marra
Dacra
marra
Just noticed that this is not the OC version but on the novatech website the picture is of the OC version as anyone had one delivered yet?
Just manually oc it.
I was just looking for info on that to see what the deal is I was thinking that this one would probably overclock the same as the OC version but the OC is just overclocked out the box.
Ordered :) now to put my two GTX 970's on ebay.

Confirmed it is the non OC version but clocked ok for me. Not played much but set to +150 core and +500 memory and seems happy enough.
Dacra
marra
Just noticed that this is not the OC version but on the novatech website the picture is of the OC version as anyone had one delivered yet?
Just manually oc it.
I was just looking for info on that to see what the deal is I was thinking that this one would probably overclock the same as the OC version but the OC is just overclocked out the box.

Ordered :) now to put my two GTX 970's on ebay.

Edited By: marra on Jan 28, 2017 17:48: bought.
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Gigabyte Z170xp motherboard (1151) Refurb B grade £54.98 Novatech

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Found this Z170 motherboard at Novatech in their clearance section. I bought the H110 board they have for £19.99 recently & it's in as new condition minus CD & instructions so I expect this to be the…
Found this Z170 motherboard at Novatech in their clearance section. I bought the H110 board they have for £19.99 recently & it's in as new condition minus CD & instructions so I expect this to be the…
Rich44 Avatar3m, 5d agoFound 3 months, 5 days ago5 Comments
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1 Back in Stock. Was going to repost (older than 4 weeks) but not really worth it just for the 1.
Got a H110 for £20 as I won't be overclocking the i5 we both got today :p seems to be helping each other out!

Edited By: brian129 on Dec 23, 2016 00:29
Went to buy and OOS!
slayermatt
Worth noting that next day wont be getting you this Saturday, their dispatch cut offs were 5pm today :p Looks like a steal though for a Z170 motherboard regardless and at least you get some sort of warranty. Curious of what B grade actually stands for though, missing box and no guarantee of accessories? Its hard to cosmetically damage a motherboard without murdering it...

Yup, made me think Grade B, probably just a few capacitors missing and a burning smell, nothing to worry about!
Worth noting that next day wont be getting you this Saturday, their dispatch cut offs were 5pm today :p Looks like a steal though for a Z170 motherboard regardless and at least you get some sort of warranty. Curious of what B grade actually stands for though, missing box and no guarantee of accessories? Its hard to cosmetically damage a motherboard without murdering it...
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Zalman Multimedia Keyboard - £6.98 / 9.97 Delivered - Novatech

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Zalman Multimedia Keyboard overview Features A plethora of multimedia keys Eight blue coloured replacement keys Ergonomically design Laser carved key caps Heigh adjustable 10 million key press…
Zalman Multimedia Keyboard overview Features A plethora of multimedia keys Eight blue coloured replacement keys Ergonomically design Laser carved key caps Heigh adjustable 10 million key press…
flukeskywalker Avatar3m, 6d agoFound 3 months, 6 days ago2 Comments
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has anyone who's got this, can you share your take on it please.

I'm very interested but after reading some of the reviews on amazon it's kind of left me cold.
This is now £7.38 delivered.
£4.99 for the keyboard, and £2.39 delivery.
Absolute bargain.
This is the same keyboard as the Sharkoon Skiller.
A previous deal for this keyboard at £14.98 got to 542 degrees.... so this one should be on fire!!