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Pack of 5 GU10 6W Warm White LED Bulbs for £7.98 with FREE Delivery at Saverstore.com

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Got e-shot from them at weekend and had this deal on it. Seen many cheap deals for bulbs from others but this seems a bargain. Have ordered 4 packs to change all my halogens at home.
ade456 Avatar2w, 4d agoFound 2 weeks, 4 days ago5 Comments
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summer_scent
good deal don't know why cold...


​£5 for 5 at toolstation.
good deal don't know why cold...
Ahhh the answer is no
Dimmable^
Are they dimmabme?
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LG 55 INCH HDR Pro Adjustable stand WebOs 4K was £1101.56 now £799.00 at Saverstore

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ColourPrime Pro Hidden beauty comes alive. Combining the latest innovation in colour packages and light filtering technology ColourPrime Pro delivers a wider range of colour spectrum. What you are
BenLBamford Avatar2m, 1w agoFound 2 months, 1 week ago6 Comments
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Does anyone have experience of Saverstore? It's not a name that leaps to mind when I think of quality electronics retailers!
​They are like a posh poundland or upmarket 99p store for cosmetic, toiletries and household goods. maybe they've branched into electronics lately.
I don't know much about the Tv but at 300 off the price it look like a bargain on the surface.

you're joking right - think you're on about savers on the high street not saverstore - they are a electronics e-tailer mainly pc stuff and have been around years


​Ha! You are right I got them mixed up.
HibaTosh
SFJnet
Does anyone have experience of Saverstore? It's not a name that leaps to mind when I think of quality electronics retailers!
​They are like a posh poundland or upmarket 99p store for cosmetic, toiletries and household goods. maybe they've branched into electronics lately.
I don't know much about the Tv but at 300 off the price it look like a bargain on the surface.

you're joking right - think you're on about savers on the high street not saverstore - they are a electronics e-tailer mainly pc stuff and have been around years
SFJnet
Does anyone have experience of Saverstore? It's not a name that leaps to mind when I think of quality electronics retailers!


​Not used them for a long time but used to buy computer stuff from them with no issues
SFJnet
Does anyone have experience of Saverstore? It's not a name that leaps to mind when I think of quality electronics retailers!


​They are like a posh poundland or upmarket 99p store for cosmetic, toiletries and household goods. maybe they've branched into electronics lately.

I don't know much about the Tv but at 300 off the price it look like a bargain on the surface.
model number ; 55UH750V

Great TV!
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Palit GeForce GTX 1060 Dual (3GB GDDR5/PCI Express 3.0/1506MHz - 1708MHz/8000MHz £179.99 @ Saverstore

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lovely graphics card for a mid-budget build :) Palit GeForce®GTX 1060 DUAL 3GB is build with "Dual Fan" and is loaded with innovative new gaming technologies, making it the perfect choice for the l…
alieus_uk25 Avatar2m, 3w agoFound 2 months, 3 weeks ago61 Comments
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1060 is a replacement for the 960, surely. The fact that it performs like a 970, whilst using much less power, is testament to the strides made with pascal. The 960 was about £230 for the 2gb version upon release.
As others have stated; I don't think you're buying a mainstream card to 'future proof' yourself. Perfectly reasonable to save yourself £50/£60 and play on ultra settings, as opposed to nightmare. . .
The 960 released at $199 US and £160 UK.http://www.geforce.co.uk/whats-new/articles/introducing-the-geforce-gtx-960
I mean, you are literally off by £70 quid on your pricinghttp://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/geforce-gtx-970-980-sep-18-2014-uk.html
The Geforce 970 released at £259.99
I don't know how else I can say it, the 1060 6GB was released as a replacement for the 970 segment.
NVIDIA said this themselves.
The 1060 3gb is more around the 960 price point.
But I agree, it is absolutely reasonable to consider the 1060 3gb version to save yourself 50+ quid. The 3gb card is absolutely a good card and is well priced.
Just like the 8gb RX 480 was meant to come in at sub £200. .
I paid £225 for my 960 around launch. I know for sure, as it is still on my order records on Ebuyer. The 970 was over £300 for a few months after release.
Wasn't aware that Nvidia considered the 1060 to be a replacement for the 970, though. Seems a little odd given the naming.
Odd or not, they specifically talked about how each card matched up to the previous generation in terms of replacement strategy.
Not apples to apples, but what they considered each lineage.
It's pretty clear that a card released at 349.99 MSRP isn't a replacement for a card that was released at 259.99 MSRP.
Hi, I'm sorry, I guess you already provided a link to where Nvidia said the 1070 replaces the 980 and the 1060 replaces the 970, as requested before, but it doesn't appear to have shown up - perhaps the moderators didn't approve your comment? Would you mind trying again, please? Or at least describing the specific source, if the mods aren't allowing you to include the actual link?
It would be absolutely mind-blowing if it's true, as it seems like utter **** on the face of it (and, indeed, after any amount of thought or research), so I'm sure you can understand why I'm curious.
http://videocardz.com/61002/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-to-feature-6gb-192-bit-memory
How do you want your humble pie?
You could try searching your Internet browsing history for "replace", perhaps, to find the correct link? That might bring up this quote you've seen/heard that I (and apparently every tech site on the Internet) neglectfully missed?
Nate1492
BetaRomeo
Nate1492
Marekj
Nate1492
Marekj
1060 is a replacement for the 960, surely. The fact that it performs like a 970, whilst using much less power, is testament to the strides made with pascal. The 960 was about £230 for the 2gb version upon release.
As others have stated; I don't think you're buying a mainstream card to 'future proof' yourself. Perfectly reasonable to save yourself £50/£60 and play on ultra settings, as opposed to nightmare. . .
The 960 released at $199 US and £160 UK.http://www.geforce.co.uk/whats-new/articles/introducing-the-geforce-gtx-960
I mean, you are literally off by £70 quid on your pricinghttp://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/geforce-gtx-970-980-sep-18-2014-uk.html
The Geforce 970 released at £259.99
I don't know how else I can say it, the 1060 6GB was released as a replacement for the 970 segment.
NVIDIA said this themselves.
The 1060 3gb is more around the 960 price point.
But I agree, it is absolutely reasonable to consider the 1060 3gb version to save yourself 50+ quid. The 3gb card is absolutely a good card and is well priced.
Just like the 8gb RX 480 was meant to come in at sub £200. .
I paid £225 for my 960 around launch. I know for sure, as it is still on my order records on Ebuyer. The 970 was over £300 for a few months after release.
Wasn't aware that Nvidia considered the 1060 to be a replacement for the 970, though. Seems a little odd given the naming.
Odd or not, they specifically talked about how each card matched up to the previous generation in terms of replacement strategy.
Not apples to apples, but what they considered each lineage.
It's pretty clear that a card released at 349.99 MSRP isn't a replacement for a card that was released at 259.99 MSRP.
Hi, I'm sorry, I guess you already provided a link to where Nvidia said the 1070 replaces the 980 and the 1060 replaces the 970, as requested before, but it doesn't appear to have shown up - perhaps the moderators didn't approve your comment? Would you mind trying again, please? Or at least describing the specific source, if the mods aren't allowing you to include the actual link?
It would be absolutely mind-blowing if it's true, as it seems like utter **** on the face of it (and, indeed, after any amount of thought or research), so I'm sure you can understand why I'm curious.
http://videocardz.com/61002/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-to-feature-6gb-192-bit-memory
How do you want your humble pie?
You might want to check the link you just shared, as that doesn't have anything to do with Nvidia claiming the 1070 replaces the 980 or the 1060 replaces the 970. :|

If you mean the slide shows the replacement order... no, it really doesn't. It simply shows the line-up order of cards from Inno3D (as it's their slide, not Nvidia's). If you mean that the alignment is supposed to mean something... no, I won't finish that thought, as I don't want to imply you're that stupid.

I'm assuming you just copied/pasted the wrong link, as no-one with English as a first language would make such a silly mistake as to think that link was relevant, so would you mind sharing where Nvidia "specifically" (your word) said the 1070 replaces the 980 and the 1060 replaces the 970? Really, absolutely, genuinely curious, as it's so incredibly unbelievable! :{
alieus_uk25
there's an rx480 with 4gb of ram that you can unlock via bios to 8gb . a saving of £30...
xfx, sapphire etc should all have the 8 chips on depending of its a early manufactured model.

This is outdated and there are no reports of this working outside select reference cards that where part of the first batch.
Muffinss
Nate1492
Tanweeralqarni
This has lower performance against the 970 on games like Hitman. Why? Because this has 3Gb VRAM while the 970 has (3.5+0.5) 4GB VRAM. I would advise against this for future proofing.
Who honestly buys a 179.99 GFX card to future proof?

That's such a garbage term when talking budget cards.

No card is future proof. Spend on a budget that suits you for games you want to play, consider replacing GFX cards on a rotation that suits your needs.

Offering advice on what *might* happen in the future is crazy and daft.

​ hate to be that guy to ruin an nvidiots day again but DX12 and Vulkan IS the future. Also more vram = more future proof lol

You also compare with release drivers. AMD have recently had a driver update which increases draw calls in dx11 and opengl by 20% for example.

Dx12 maybe, but Vulkan? I reserve judgement till games release with high quality Vulkan implementations. Doom is an oddity as they have open to as their first class release.
BetaRomeo
Nate1492
Marekj
Nate1492
Marekj
1060 is a replacement for the 960, surely. The fact that it performs like a 970, whilst using much less power, is testament to the strides made with pascal. The 960 was about £230 for the 2gb version upon release.
As others have stated; I don't think you're buying a mainstream card to 'future proof' yourself. Perfectly reasonable to save yourself £50/£60 and play on ultra settings, as opposed to nightmare. . .
The 960 released at $199 US and £160 UK.http://www.geforce.co.uk/whats-new/articles/introducing-the-geforce-gtx-960
I mean, you are literally off by £70 quid on your pricinghttp://www.nvidia.co.uk/object/geforce-gtx-970-980-sep-18-2014-uk.html
The Geforce 970 released at £259.99
I don't know how else I can say it, the 1060 6GB was released as a replacement for the 970 segment.
NVIDIA said this themselves.
The 1060 3gb is more around the 960 price point.
But I agree, it is absolutely reasonable to consider the 1060 3gb version to save yourself 50+ quid. The 3gb card is absolutely a good card and is well priced.
Just like the 8gb RX 480 was meant to come in at sub £200. .
I paid £225 for my 960 around launch. I know for sure, as it is still on my order records on Ebuyer. The 970 was over £300 for a few months after release.
Wasn't aware that Nvidia considered the 1060 to be a replacement for the 970, though. Seems a little odd given the naming.
Odd or not, they specifically talked about how each card matched up to the previous generation in terms of replacement strategy.
Not apples to apples, but what they considered each lineage.
It's pretty clear that a card released at 349.99 MSRP isn't a replacement for a card that was released at 259.99 MSRP.
Hi, I'm sorry, I guess you already provided a link to where Nvidia said the 1070 replaces the 980 and the 1060 replaces the 970, as requested before, but it doesn't appear to have shown up - perhaps the moderators didn't approve your comment? Would you mind trying again, please? Or at least describing the specific source, if the mods aren't allowing you to include the actual link?
It would be absolutely mind-blowing if it's true, as it seems like utter **** on the face of it (and, indeed, after any amount of thought or research), so I'm sure you can understand why I'm curious.

http://videocardz.com/61002/nvidia-geforce-gtx-1060-to-feature-6gb-192-bit-memory

How do you want your humble pie?
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TOSHIBA 16GB USB3.0 HAYABUSA FLASH DRIVE WHITE £3.50 + 99p P&P saverstore

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16GB USB 3.0 Flash Drives - "Cheap as Chips" Manufacturer Part Number: THN-U301W0160E4 Shipping costs from 99p
XTR3M3_PHR34KS Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago12 Comments
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It's painfully slow. Stay away from it. I got mine gathering dust after I picked a san disk one for £8 which is 32gb 28gb usable.

It's so much faster.
Saverstore are best avoided as very dubious company. Frequently advertise stuff in stock, take payment and then a week later still nothing and have to ask for refund.
Avoid.
wow. good read speed. i'll order a few.
Kikatec are pretty cheap, they have it for £4.28 all in.

http://www.kikatek.com/P632036/THN-U301W0160E4-Toshiba-TransMemory-16GB-USB-2

Header mentions USB2 but the mfrs code and description is for USB3

Review here mentions 120MB/S read and 14MB/S write:

https://www.amazon.es/review/RRA5NGHHRWS9R/ref=cm_cr_dp_title/253-3993003-2667015?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00X9GK624

Heat anyway...

Edited By: smileypete on Aug 12, 2016 19:09
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hashman
Cheaper on amazon
Just checked..
Found 16GB USB 2.0 @ £2.99, 16GB USB 3.0 @ £3.49 + P&P unless you spend £20 or more for free delivery.
Post the amazon link if you have found a cheaper alternative.
£3.25 from mobymemory
Got the aqua colour one from amazon delivered yesterday using a new amazon account. Using the free prime trial, then adding gears of war 4. Once delivered then cancelling gears, didn't take no longer then a few minutes to do. If you don't want to do that its £3.25 at mobymemory. The 32gb version in white is £4.98 on amazon in case anyone is after a bigger drive and not looking to pay a lot more.
your link is for a usb 2.0 drive.

You are correct, have deleted my post to save any confusion.
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4tb Maxtor External hard drive £96.98 (£104.00 delivered) @ Saverstore

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4tb Maxtor External hard drive. Complete with cables and software.
martinmacey77 Avatar4m, 3w agoFound 4 months, 3 weeks ago17 Comments
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well 3tb £67 form groupon with code
popoyaya
gnowak84
It wouldn't happen. This drive is almost twice as thick as a normal laptop drive
Ah, no-go all round then. How thick is it? And what is standard laptop size?
This one is 15mm thick. Laptop drives are 7mm or m2.
gnowak84
It wouldn't happen. This drive is almost twice as thick as a normal laptop drive

Ah, no-go all round then. How thick is it? And what is standard laptop size?
popoyaya
grumpyone
popoyaya
Is there a standard sata drive in this, or is it one of those nasty drives with usb soldered to it?
Youtube vids suggest crippled drives with dedicated usb interfaces - Shame !
Yup shame. Would be nice to have 4TB in my laptop.
It wouldn't happen. This drive is almost twice as thick as a normal laptop drive.
grumpyone
popoyaya
Is there a standard sata drive in this, or is it one of those nasty drives with usb soldered to it?
Youtube vids suggest crippled drives with dedicated usb interfaces - Shame !

Yup shame. Would be nice to have 4TB in my laptop.
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Might be good value at half the price.
These were good in the day. If you're after a heavy chunky black plastic laptop that runs hot then there are cheaper ways to get one.
Excellent laptop, but this is way above the going rate for these.
A quick look on ebay finds plenty for far less even with some kind of warranty. For instance newandusedlaptops4u have one for £135 (ebay item number 371651275951)
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/371651275951

Dave231
These are so old now. Spend £300 on a new laptop! Very cold.
A Sandy Bridge i5 is still competitive as CPUs haven't really gotten any quicker except for the iGPU.
A new £300 i5 laptop won't have the built quality of this. No point comparing this class of machine with the cheap plastic throwaway laptops you can buy.
The closest would be maybe a deal for an i5 HP ProBook.
Of course, like I said this more than the going rate for a ThinkPad T420 and used Haswell ThinkPad T440's, EliteBook 840 G1's etc. can be had for under £300 often with remaining Lenovo or HP warranty. Even Broadwell (ThinkPad T450's, Elitebook 840 G2) might be possible for under £300.
Must be like 5 years old, sandy bridge cpu
Great laptop, easily worth £125, may be £150 with 6 months warranty and a tested battery, but £220 is way too much.

Edited By: SUMMONER on Jun 16, 2016 14:01
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Lenovo K5 16GB 5.0" Dual SIM Android Smartphone Graphite/Grey @ Saverstore £119.99

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Not sure whether this is K5 note, Vite K5 or Vibe K5 plus
hozhoz Avatar6m, 1w agoFound 6 months, 1 week ago5 Comments
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rasdonny
does this have NFC?
I don't believe it does.
does this have NFC?
It's the vibe k5
What are the differences between them all ? :)

K5 Plus has the same basic design as the normal K5, but has a higher resolution display (1080p vs 720p), and an upgraded processor (SD616 vs SD415).

The K5 Note is larger at 5.5" (vs 5") and has a different design, it also uses a MediaTek chipset instead of using Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets.

Edited By: chancooluk on May 26, 2016 15:51
It's the vibe k5

What are the differences between them all ? :)
It's the vibe k5
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Kingston Laptop Memory - 4 GB SO DIMM 204-pin - DDR3 1600 MHz / PC3-12800 - £4.12 + £2.98 P&P @ Saverstore £7.10

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Tested for Lenovo laptops but suitable for all (I'm writing this from my iMac that I've just upgraded). Shipping cost per item will go down depending on quantity purchased. Click and Collect also a…
Avallon Avatar6m, 3w agoFound 6 months, 3 weeks ago8 Comments
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You're welcome :)
received today 2 sticks, thanks op
dang - missed it
Sold out. :(
OOS
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Seagate Ext 2.5 Maxtor M3 4TB 1TB HDD USB 3.0 HX-M401TCB/GM £100.97 @ SaverStore

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Seagate Ext 2.5 Maxtor M3 4TB 1TB HDD USB 3.0 HX-M401TCB/GM The Maxtor M3 Portable External Hard Drive delivers handy portable storage. It is easy to take wherever you go, and has ample capacity o…
zeetech Avatar7m, 1w agoFound 7 months, 1 week ago9 Comments
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I bought this from amazon yesterday to use for backing up my synology NAS which has a USB2 port as far as I am aware.
This drive is way too slow!!!!!
I am backing up 760GB of data and it has only done 632GB 17hrs later!
surely that cant be right?

Quick calculation would give approx. 10 MB/s - this is about one third of the speed you could get on USB2 but it depends if you're transferring large files or lots of small files.
I bought this from amazon yesterday to use for backing up my synology NAS which has a USB2 port as far as I am aware.

This drive is way too slow!!!!!

I am backing up 760GB of data and it has only done 632GB 17hrs later!

surely that cant be right?
Makkand
kaizhu79
Makkand
kaizhu79
Makkand
Jeez, I paid £115 for a 5GB external desktop drive recently! Hawt Dawgy!
​Does anywhere still sell 5GBs since 15 years ago?
Eeehmm, I said TB's! ;-)
​of course you did :{
Hey that inference is slander!
Implication, from which one may draw any inference one prefers... :{:{
kaizhu79
Makkand
kaizhu79
Makkand
Jeez, I paid £115 for a 5GB external desktop drive recently! Hawt Dawgy!
​Does anywhere still sell 5GBs since 15 years ago?
Eeehmm, I said TB's! ;-)
​of course you did :{
Hey that inference is slander!
Makkand
kaizhu79
Makkand
Jeez, I paid £115 for a 5GB external desktop drive recently! Hawt Dawgy!
​Does anywhere still sell 5GBs since 15 years ago?
Eeehmm, I said TB's! ;-)


​of course you did :{
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LG G4c £111.97 from Saverstore

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LG G4C SIM Free Android Gold As the smaller sibling of the LG G4, the 5.0" LG G4c offers many of the G4's premium features and styling but in a more compact form factor. The G4c features an 8MP rea…
k0sh Avatar7m, 3w agoFound 7 months, 3 weeks ago6 Comments
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8GB what`s wrong with these companies.
Good price heat added!!!
The title line of saverstore's email said it was a G4. The email, when opened, said it was a G4c. You think dropping the 'c' was just an oversight - or a sneaky means to get you to open the email imagining it was a G4. I think the latter, and have no desire to do business with a company that pulls tricks like that.
Crap phone for this money. Cold

For the same £, you could have Moto G 3rd Gen, Used LG G2, Used Nexus 5 etc.
Not a brilliant phone but good price, heat
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Skylake is said to scale well with faster memory in some games, apparently specifically where you are benchmarking the minimum frame rates (otherwise the differences are apparently negligible). Digitalfoundry on Youtube ran several tests, with different CPUs/Platforms with different speed memory, and, where the CPU rather than the GPU was found, in some games, to be the bottleneck, found striking differences using faster memory with Skylake. Initially they set the bang for your buck sweet sport at 2666Mhz but then got a lot of adamant forum requests that they should re-test at 3200Mhz; this was at a time when people were Non-K blck overclocking non-K series Skylake CPUs, though, which seemed to be where using faster memory made the most marked difference. Even with the i3 6100 and i5 6400 running at stock, though, they found there was a pronounced difference (at minimum frame rates). I think they settled on 3200Mhz as being a sweet spot, beyond which you seem to hit that good old law of diminishing returns, where the extra money spent might be better spent on a faster GPU or CPU. I am finding it hard to find 16GB of 3200Mz at tight timings, for a good price, I am looking at Corsair 3000Mz at C15, which is significantly cheaper, and hoping I can get away with a small overclock, depending on how well I do in the silicon lottery.
Getting back on topic, though I don't know how much advantage 3600Mhz C17 would give, it's good looking bragging rights and they are good looking sticks. The cheapest I can find the above at is £154.30, at CCL (£220.88 at Amazon!). Have some heat.
Thank you for such informative reply. I've made several considerations and cancelled this 3600mhz order , i am going to go for 3200mhz . See the link below as it may be in your own interest
Kind Regards https://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/G.Skill+Trident+Z+16GB+%284x+4GB%29+3200MHz+DDR4+RAM+?productId=65081
Good find. I'm looking for the G.Skill Trident F4-3200C14D-16GTZ, on the back of good reviews, which has tighter latencies, at C14, but the price is disappointing, to me, at £123.10

http://www.morecomputers.com/product.aspx?pn=F4-3200C14D-16GTZ&man=G.skill&referer=PCPart

If the price comes down a bit on the 2 x 16GB sticks, I might go for them, instead

http://www.amazon.co.uk/G-SKILL-TridentZ-Series-F4-3200C14D-32GTZ-Memory/dp/B01ACOFVXE?ie=UTF8&psc=1&redirect=true&ref_=ox_sc_sfl_title_6&smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE

Bang for your buck, I am tempted to go for the 3000Mhz Corsair that DF overclocked but, mixed reviews on its overclockability, there's no guarantee it will go much over the rated 3000Mhz and I would rather have memory binned to hit 3200Mhz at lower latency.
Noclouds
Skylake is said to scale well with faster memory in some games, apparently specifically where you are benchmarking the minimum frame rates (otherwise the differences are apparently negligible). Digitalfoundry on Youtube ran several tests, with different CPUs/Platforms with different speed memory, and, where the CPU rather than the GPU was found, in some games, to be the bottleneck, found striking differences using faster memory with Skylake. Initially they set the bang for your buck sweet sport at 2666Mhz but then got a lot of adamant forum requests that they should re-test at 3200Mhz; this was at a time when people were Non-K blck overclocking non-K series Skylake CPUs, though, which seemed to be where using faster memory made the most marked difference. Even with the i3 6100 and i5 6400 running at stock, though, they found there was a pronounced difference (at minimum frame rates). I think they settled on 3200Mhz as being a sweet spot, beyond which you seem to hit that good old law of diminishing returns, where the extra money spent might be better spent on a faster GPU or CPU. I am finding it hard to find 16GB of 3200Mz at tight timings, for a good price, I am looking at Corsair 3000Mz at C15, which is significantly cheaper, and hoping I can get away with a small overclock, depending on how well I do in the silicon lottery.
Getting back on topic, though I don't know how much advantage 3600Mhz C17 would give, it's good looking bragging rights and they are good looking sticks. The cheapest I can find the above at is £154.30, at CCL (£220.88 at Amazon!). Have some heat.

Thank you for such informative reply. I've made several considerations and cancelled this 3600mhz order , i am going to go for 3200mhz . See the link below as it may be in your own interest
Kind Regards

https://www.aria.co.uk/SuperSpecials/Other+products/G.Skill+Trident+Z+16GB+%284x+4GB%29+3200MHz+DDR4+RAM+?productId=65081
Noclouds
Agharta
Noclouds
Skylake is said to scale well with faster memory in some games, apparently specifically where you are benchmarking the minimum frame rates (otherwise the differences are apparently negligible). Digitalfoundry on Youtube ran several tests, with different CPUs/Platforms with different speed memory, and, where the CPU rather than the GPU was found, in some games, to be the bottleneck, found striking differences using faster memory with Skylake. Initially they set the bang for your buck sweet sport at 2666Mhz but then got a lot of adamant forum requests that they should re-test at 3200Mhz; this was at a time when people were Non-K blck overclocking non-K series Skylake CPUs, though, which seemed to be where using faster memory made the most marked difference. Even with the i3 6100 and i5 6400 running at stock, though, they found there was a pronounced difference (at minimum frame rates). I think they settled on 3200Mhz as being a sweet spot, beyond which you seem to hit that good old law of diminishing returns, where the extra money spent might be better spent on a faster GPU or CPU. I am finding it hard to find 16GB of 3200Mz at tight timings, for a good price, I am looking at Corsair 3000Mz at C15, which is significantly cheaper, and hoping I can get away with a small overclock, depending on how well I do in the silicon lottery.
Getting back on topic, though I don't know how much advantage 3600Mhz C17 would give, it's good looking bragging rights and they are good looking sticks. The cheapest I can find the above at is £154.30, at CCL (£220.88 at Amazon!). Have some heat.
How much higher were the minimum frame rates though as without hard data it's not possible to compute what the value is?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er_Fuz54U0Yhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qksXthUcbiQ
Thanks for the links but I have no interest at all in gaming but thought that presenting hard data is more useful most of the time.
Agharta
Noclouds
Skylake is said to scale well with faster memory in some games, apparently specifically where you are benchmarking the minimum frame rates (otherwise the differences are apparently negligible). Digitalfoundry on Youtube ran several tests, with different CPUs/Platforms with different speed memory, and, where the CPU rather than the GPU was found, in some games, to be the bottleneck, found striking differences using faster memory with Skylake. Initially they set the bang for your buck sweet sport at 2666Mhz but then got a lot of adamant forum requests that they should re-test at 3200Mhz; this was at a time when people were Non-K blck overclocking non-K series Skylake CPUs, though, which seemed to be where using faster memory made the most marked difference. Even with the i3 6100 and i5 6400 running at stock, though, they found there was a pronounced difference (at minimum frame rates). I think they settled on 3200Mhz as being a sweet spot, beyond which you seem to hit that good old law of diminishing returns, where the extra money spent might be better spent on a faster GPU or CPU. I am finding it hard to find 16GB of 3200Mz at tight timings, for a good price, I am looking at Corsair 3000Mz at C15, which is significantly cheaper, and hoping I can get away with a small overclock, depending on how well I do in the silicon lottery.
Getting back on topic, though I don't know how much advantage 3600Mhz C17 would give, it's good looking bragging rights and they are good looking sticks. The cheapest I can find the above at is £154.30, at CCL (£220.88 at Amazon!). Have some heat.
How much higher were the minimum frame rates though as without hard data it's not possible to compute what the value is?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Er_Fuz54U0Y

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qksXthUcbiQ
Noclouds
Skylake is said to scale well with faster memory in some games, apparently specifically where you are benchmarking the minimum frame rates (otherwise the differences are apparently negligible). Digitalfoundry on Youtube ran several tests, with different CPUs/Platforms with different speed memory, and, where the CPU rather than the GPU was found, in some games, to be the bottleneck, found striking differences using faster memory with Skylake. Initially they set the bang for your buck sweet sport at 2666Mhz but then got a lot of adamant forum requests that they should re-test at 3200Mhz; this was at a time when people were Non-K blck overclocking non-K series Skylake CPUs, though, which seemed to be where using faster memory made the most marked difference. Even with the i3 6100 and i5 6400 running at stock, though, they found there was a pronounced difference (at minimum frame rates). I think they settled on 3200Mhz as being a sweet spot, beyond which you seem to hit that good old law of diminishing returns, where the extra money spent might be better spent on a faster GPU or CPU. I am finding it hard to find 16GB of 3200Mz at tight timings, for a good price, I am looking at Corsair 3000Mz at C15, which is significantly cheaper, and hoping I can get away with a small overclock, depending on how well I do in the silicon lottery.
Getting back on topic, though I don't know how much advantage 3600Mhz C17 would give, it's good looking bragging rights and they are good looking sticks. The cheapest I can find the above at is £154.30, at CCL (£220.88 at Amazon!). Have some heat.
How much higher were the minimum frame rates though as without hard data it's not possible to compute what the value is?
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Hannspree Micro PC Stick Quad-Core 2GB RAM 32GB (Windows 8.1 w/ 10 upgrade) £64.01 @ Saverstore

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Similar to those lenovo PC sticks but for less Isn't the best performer to be fair but its not bad for the money
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thekanester
tungle106
Can this run blue stacks?
clash of clans in particular?

Blue Stacks kind of emulates. Dual boot this to run Remix OS, which runs android natively. Check here:

http://liliputing.com/2016/03/remix-os-for-pc-beta-how-to-dual-boot-windows-and-android-as-a-desktop-os.html


​I need Windows as of autobot :(
mrew42
jaydeeuk1
Does this run off 1.5a OK? Im thinking of using one in my mini observatory hooked up to a power bank to control my scope whilst I'm sat in bed at 4.00am remotely controllibg
That's just too cool for words!
It sounds cooler than it actually is, it ain't Jodrell Bank ;)

Decided to go the nuc route instead, the qhy5l iic camera will work better with an msata drive.
Be careful, I bricked mine upgrading to Win 10
tungle106
Can this run blue stacks?
clash of clans in particular?

Blue Stacks kind of emulates. Dual boot this to run Remix OS, which runs android natively. Check here:

http://liliputing.com/2016/03/remix-os-for-pc-beta-how-to-dual-boot-windows-and-android-as-a-desktop-os.html
johnuni
thekanester
229mel
I will always neg these until a version with 4gb ram/ intel m processor comes out and works on windows and costs this price!
Intel already have announced one. Check liliputing website for deets. It is not cheap though.
http://liliputing.com/2016/03/early-look-at-intels-compute-stick-with-a-core-m-skylake-processor.html
Thank you. Copy pasting the URL was beyond my phone's (or my) ability, it would appear.
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Linx 1010 - 10.1" Windows 10 Tablet Quadcore/2GB RAM/32GB £36.42 @ Saverstore

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Seems extremely cheap for what is admittedly a slow-ish tablet (still great for web browsing and light video watching, though). Saverstore probably isn't favoured here...I know I haven't had great luc…
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The funny thing is they've still got the one without the keyboard in stock and that's priced at £453.10
I bet they wouldn't cancel an order as a misprice on that one. http://www.saverstore.com/product/20911641/Linx-1010-Quad-Core-32GB-101-Tablet-Windows-10-Home
Order cancelled
ordered last night. cancelled this morning.
Cancelled
Order cancelled.
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Crucial Ballistix 4GB DDR3 1600MHz £8.72 @ Saverstore

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Misprice.... but worth a go at such a low price
JimBobJr Avatar9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago2 Comments
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Back to £19.19...
Tempted, but search HUKD for Saverstore and you will notice all of their cheap/misprice deals always get cancelled.
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Lenovo i3 5005u laptop 4GB RAM and 128GB SSD 1368x768 Resolution £247.18 delivered @ SaversStore

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Seems like a reasonable deal to me as includes an SSD as standard rather than mechanical HD. People on here often moan about laptops not being equipped as standard with an SSD. Admittedly, not a h…
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need a laptop for work... maybe this with a better screen don't mind paying more --- any advice??
this shop is usually a joke
ameerhm
Does anyone know if this can be equipped with an m.2?

No, it does not have m.2 slot
Sold out 8:19PM GMT.
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Finish all in one dishwasher tabs originals 52 tabs lemon 56tabs. £5.49 @ Savers stores

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Finish all in one dishwasher tabs originals 52 tabs lemon 56tabs......sorry it wont let me post pic!
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110 Finish Powerball Tablets for £6.95 in Farmfoods
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Mio MiVue 618 Super HD Dash Camera (dashcam) FREE LIFETIME SAFETY CAMERA WARNINGS £81.20 PLUS £3.99 DEL OR CLICK AND COLLECT @ saverstore

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I recently posted 2 dashcam deals (prestigio) both proved unreliable so spent a lot more and bought 2 of these as kept seeing MiVue dashcams in the "Russian Dashcam" videos I'm addicted to on youtube
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did anyone buy this? how has it been longer term. I've just bought the same one
Safety camera data supplied by "road pilot"
supplyuk
Any idea what speed camera database it uses


No am curious myself
Any idea what speed camera database it uses
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Microsoft COMFORT CURVE 3000 KEYBOARD 73p collect in store (£4.32 delivered) @ Saverstore

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So the 4000 is sold out, but this 3000 is still in stock which is still a decent price. Once it's sold out, the price seems to shoot up automatically.
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same. however I got the acknowledgement email and they took payment. so it actually goes against their terms and conditions from what I can see
Order just got cancelled :(
oh yes. like the moon landing... lol.... every post from saverstore has been canned because it was either a scam or incorrect pricing
These cowboys not worth dealing with. The owners have a real contempt for customers ever since their Watford electronics days. I know better than most.
Python5
notice topss has posted every single saverstore deal

There were several other items for under a quid (worth £30+) but I didn't post them....if I had, would I be part of the conspiracy too?
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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium (PC/Mac) - 1 Year License 5 Devices £10.49 collection (or £16.49 delivered) @ Saverstore

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Microsoft Office 365 Home Premium 32/x64 Bit, English, 20GB Storage 1-Year Subscription
topss Avatar11m, 1d agoFound 11 months, 1 day ago62 Comments
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Order cancelled.
SunTzu
Ordered 2 via PayPal. Nothing showing as ordered on order tracking page and on the PayPal receipt no product is listed??


​Same here bit worrying :/
harlzter
SunTzu
TrooperUK
Had confirmation of order email saying all was OK and giving me delivery details, then 5 minutes later had the cancellation email. Doh!
Update: just had an email stating I've been refunded, so they took the money for a cancelled order??
Just had exactly the same, is this OK? If they actually took the money to refund doesn't that constitute a contract?
Most TOS state a contract is formed once order has been despatched.

Ahh booooo, oh well :-)
Yeah, refund via Paypal here, too. Ah well, worth a try.
SunTzu
TrooperUK
Had confirmation of order email saying all was OK and giving me delivery details, then 5 minutes later had the cancellation email. Doh!
Update: just had an email stating I've been refunded, so they took the money for a cancelled order??
Just had exactly the same, is this OK? If they actually took the money to refund doesn't that constitute a contract?
Most TOS state a contract is formed once order has been despatched.
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Microsoft 4000 Wired Natural Ergo Keyboard 26p (collect from store or £3.85 delivered) @ Saverstore (+ a free gift)

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Ok, so it's 26p for anyone who can collect from their store, otherwise it's £3.85 delivered, which is still a bargain. The Curve 3000 is also available for 73p collected or add £2.99 for delivery.
topss Avatar11m, 1d agoFound 11 months, 1 day ago70 Comments
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mines been cancelled too shame
They just cancelled my order
I am shocked by this
Yeah just had the cancellation notice. Used paypal so no harm no fowl.
donnyorourke
Order cancelled due to pricing error

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