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Samsung Internal SSD 860 QVO 2.5 '' SATA (2TB) £169.01(£159 w/fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Feels like a good price here for the SSD from Amazon France. As always you can use your Amazon UK account details to order. Use a fee free card to save on the conversion charges. … Read more
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For the price and the storage you want I would suggest buying 2x2tb hdd's instead of 1x1tb SSD. My reasoning is that it's about the same price and you won't really see any performance benefit of all you are using it is for storage. Sure it will take a bit longer to copy over the data but that's something your computer will do by itself in the background. Also with 2 drives of the same size (and preferably type) you can set it up in RAID incase one of the drives fails. As someone else mentioned you definitely don't want all your data stored in 1 place. That's just asking for disaster.


Hi Hi, Whatever you choose, please please don't put everything on one drive. All eggs in one basket, it will fail sooner or later and then everything is lost. If you are looking for long term storage of family photos, please look at M-Disc. for example you would need suitable bluray writer as well. On top of that, if you are not afraid of data slurping, google is giving free unlimited photo storage - when you choose to use optimized photo compression (not too bad in my opinion).


Looking for a bit of advice please... I am looking for reliable storage for photos and videos from my laptop, my phone and my wife's phone. Everything is full! Am I right in thinking that I would be better purchasing the 1tb Evo rather than this one? 1tb would be big enough and I don't want to sacrifice quality for quantity. I wouldn't be using it often but want something really reliable for pics of our baby etc. I'm not very technically minded so trying to work out what to do for the best. If anyone has any advice I would be incredibly grateful! Thanks in advance!


The MTBF of this drive is 1.5million hours (62,500 days or 171 years of being continuously powered on). The warranty is for 3 years or 720TB written, whichever comes first. For comparison my 120GB Samsung 840 Evo has been powered on for 765 days purchased on 19 October 2013 and has written 17TB total. (This is my primary boot drive) This drive will probably fail long after I die. SMART stats on the drive are still reporting it in excellent health. With a bigger drive it will perform better as there will be less space that gets over written compared to a smaller drive (having a smaller drive means the same blocks are over written more frequently). I fully expect posted drive to outlive anyone on these forums. Yes you are right that a mechanical drive is more reliable, but at consumer levels it doesn't really matter unless you are writing terabytes of data daily like they would in server farms.


This is a great price. I don't think it being QLC is a big deal for us as consumers. For the vast majority of the time the drive will be as fast as the SATA bottleneck and you will not notice the difference between this and the Evo. In most real world tests even an m.2 nvme is no faster than a SATA drive. The bottleneck being the os overhead. I'm buying, this is a superb price!

KFA2 Nvidia RTX 2080 EX 8GB GDDR6 - from only £552.58-  plus a free copy of Wolfenstein Youngblood!
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Pretty good deal if you are after an RTX 2080, I think this is the cheapest is has been since launch, and about the right price compared with the now discontinued GTX 1080 Ti. In … Read more
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Sorry I think I wasn’t very clear. What I meant is that in Japan, the price of graphic cards in their own currency haven’t changed that much as the JPY/USD has been constant. For us in the UK we took a big hit in our currency in an very short time while our revenues remain roughly the same, so the cards appear quite expensive (no matter where you buy it as the gbp has become weaker against anything). It’s not just Brexit as you can observe the phenomenon else where in Europe but yeah it’s particularly bad here.


Where exactly? prices are high and recent deal in this country for 550 quid. But if you can show where i can buy it cheap in Japan that would be great !


Nothing to do with inflation itself, it’s just Brexit and poor economic forecast for the Uk that keeps the pound around its all time lows. This card is more affordable in Japan ;)


It's because the GBP has lost several percent in value against the USD as Brexit is looking more likely to happen. Hardware is traded internationally in USD.


There's always this excuse, it's no longer a valid excuse

Samsung 860 QVO 2TB 2.5” SSD Read 550MB/s, Write 520MB/s £177.89 / £168 with Fee Free Card delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Decent Price for this 2 TB SSD currently in UK retails at £216 at Amazon UK and other places. £168 with Fee Free Card like Monzo, Revoult, Starling... Your First Terabyte S… Read more

What on earth does 2.5" 6.8mm mean? (confused) Edit: Ah wait. Dimensions. (embarrassed)


Hopefully no issues with the warranty.Nice price.




This is a really good deal. I'm still running an 830, though I moved my OS to a 970 evo which greatly improved responsiveness. I'm I didn't just pick up 2x 6TB, a new case, fans and AIO I would jump on this.


You got 840 or 840Evo?

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Samsung SSD 860 QVO 1TB MZ-76Q1T0BW £96.24 Amazon France
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Your First Terabyte SSD: faster, more power efficient, emit less heat, noise and vibration free, and data will be kept more secure Available in 1,2 and 4 terabytes Perfect for PC… Read more

Sorry mate didn't see that untill pressed "show more" ;)


...another one playing by the rulez, enjoy piggybacking (skeptical)


@BS_Man as per HUKD rules you can't mention Fee Free card price as main price.


At least samsung is honest enough to clearly and prominently label their QLC skus in the model name. So that we dont need to waste lots of our time trying to hunt that information down. Which is night and day compared to what pretty much all of their competitors are doing. In fact: find me another manufacturer who actually does that on their current / new modern products (since QLC devices were introduced). I challenge you!


..that's why I've said "PAY USING FEE FREE CARD TO GET IT FOR £92.45", but of course mod had to change price, I don't get HDUK lately, they exclude sellers even though are fulfilled by Amazon, uneccesarily changing pricing, etc. (mad)

Nintendo 2DS XL Black Turquoise (or) White Orange + Kirby: Battle Royale + Mario and Luigi: Superstar Saga £115.43 delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 11th JunPosted 11th Jun
Seems good price for this Nintendo 2DS XL with 2 good games currently in UK console alone retails around £129. £110.79 with Fee Free Card. Nintendo 2DS XL Black Turquoise + Kir… Read more

how much are the games worth to sell?


that and they're just really lovely. the screen is massive. buy headphones though, as the speakers aren't great.


I'm going to play devils advocate and say the opposite, purely because the screen on the original (non folding) 2DS is ridiculously small. that and the 2DS XL can play the handful of games exclusive to the "New Nintendo 3DS" / certain games perform better i.e. Codename STEAM


This is a 2DS, not a Nintendo Oui ;)


I have this console and absolutely love it. I’d recommend the non folding model for kids under 7 though.

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Tetris Effect (PS4-VR) for £12.04 (£11 w/fee free card) delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 7th JunPosted 7th Jun
Feels like a really good price here for the game from Amazon France. You can use your Amazon UK account details to order. Also use a fee free card to get it for slightly cheaper. … Read more
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Does it support 3DTV ?


I agree to a degree although if you have purchased and the content is pulled, I use Deadpool as an example, New users can no longer purchase it but owners of it already digitally can always re-download it


Yah. I mean you can resell and run recoup some of your money. Really depends on what your particular use case is. They both have pros and cons.


Same. I have the game on PS4, but I already have a Rift too. I'm not gonna buy a PSVR headset for this one game :( Still great fun without VR though.


Until companies lose the gaming licence and the games are pulled from the online stores. Physical is always a much better prospect for me; with digital you are only renting a licence really.

HyperX FURY DDR4 16 GB (2x8 GB), 2666 MHz CL16 DIMM Memory Kit, £57.30 at Amazon France
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Deal is back, worth a repost. As usual, use a fee free card to save some more. Automatic overclocking, up to 3466 MHz Cost-efficient, high-performance DDR4 upgrade Intel XMP s… Read more

fatality k4 that should read (thats what i would get,its a bargain).




The Asrock B450 gaming k4 and m.s.i. tomahawk have good enough vrm's for long term 8 core loading/ o/c'ing, (ideally a 3700x) other than those get an x chipset. (hardware unboxed found most of the other b450 boards not really suitable for 8 cores) bios updated boards will be in stock soon enough,with a 3xxx ready sticker on the box, just for easier ..


Came up as £60 but whos complaining at this price. Any recommendations for a mother for this memory and a Ryzen 7.


No it's evil.

Acer Nitro xv272upbmiiprzx 144hz WQHD 27 inch , IPS Panel Screen, Hdr400- £353.17 @ Amazon France
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
hi guys i saw a good deal at You can check the shipping price for your country. Screen: 68.6 cm (27") WQHD (2560 x 1440) 144Hz Panel Technology: IPS (178°x178°) A… Read more
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MSI monitor is better all around for gaming and other content/media.


Dude can i ask u something. I ordered mag271cqr at amazon. es It cost 350 euro(waiting for shipment) and this one Acer xv272up cost me 388 euro. Which one should i chose. My gpu rtx 2080, i am buying for games like bf5, dota2


Fair enough. The mag271cqr one to consider, great if you find it below 350 and msi are offering a free headset with it at the moment


Exactly. I've had this as well. When I first post a deal 2-3 people vote cold instantly and then the deal reached over 200, its just silly because people vote based on what the temperature is already.


Viewing angles are more beneficial to me than contrast ratio. I'm considering both but only if VA is significantly cheaper.

Samsung 860 QVO Internal SSD 2.5 "- 1TB £95.96 (£90 w/ith fee free card) delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Feels like a good price here from Amazon France. As always you can use your Amazon UK details to order. Use a fee free card to get it slightly cheaper - around the £90 mark. The… Read more
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Yes that is exactly what i had in mind the best part is that xbox will accept ssd from a usb and can be left outside externally as i read the inside storage can't even accept the speeds that ssd can offer from usb outside. Weird and if i remember correctly it has to be at least 240gb i am looking for a 1t version just so i can forget about it. There is a sad story to the ssd as well if you are using them for laptop. Ssd safety issues


To be honest I have no idea how much writing happens with games consoles other than game installs and saves etc. Just found this though - is the speed of having an SSD important to you/your kids? If it's just space it might be worth just hooking up an external HDD like this one (depends on whether you want the hassle of importing but there's always some cheap eternal HDD deals around) - which is probably what I'd do in all honesty given the much best storage/price ratio.


I will have a good look in to it nice find highly appreciated!


Teraytes Written - I was wondering the same thing. Basically flash memory can only be written to a certain number of times before it degrades/fails. So 360 TBW means the drive can have 360 TB of data written to it before it starts to mess up. I found this article which seems to explain it but I can't really be bothered to understand it at the moment :)


What is tbw if you don't mind me asking? I was lookig for one because my kids are complaining about the space on xbox..

Samsung Internal SSD 860 QVO 2.5 '' SATA (2TB) - MZ-76Q2T0BW £188.28 @
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
This is the Amazon currency converter price so probably a few quid cheaper via Monzo, Starling etc. According to my Monzo app = £180.70 at mo… Read more
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Alright thanks for that, I'll probably look for a different drive. Isn't it about time 2tb ssd's came down in price grr.


QVO is just the brand name for Samsung drives using the QLC (quad level cell chip) - higher density lower cost to produce but slower, so they put a cache of SLC (single level chip) which is faster but as the cache gets filled up, the drive speed decreases to the speed of the QLC. Also as the drive gets extremely full, the cache will be written into and make the drive slower as well. Whereas for comparison TLC drives are fast enough that the SATA III port is the bottleneck so it doesn't need a cache.


What exactly is "QVO"?


I would rather spend an extra £7 and get a faster non-QVO drive: Once you go above the 78 GB cache you're gonna have a "bad time". Although if you're a general consumer whose usage patterns almost never write more than that in one session, for all intents and purposes they're the same speed, (the difference is more noticeable with the smaller caches on the smaller capacity QVO drives.)

Monster Hunter Generations (3DS) £7.68 (£6.23 with fee free card) @ Amazon France
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Feels like a really good price for the game coming from Amazon France. As always you can order using your Amazon UK account. Use a fee free card to get it slightly cheaper. Below… Read more
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Is there some reason this hasn’t been expired? Happy for someone to explain how I can buy it for £6.23 (I have Revolut).


Saw this ages ago when browsing the site for something in particular. Of course I'd rather pay the extra £3 to have an English box but that's just me.


Default option seems to be third party seller now. Expired, bah!


I feel like I'll never ever ever have time to play this, but man what a bargain for a lot of game! FYI you can port your save data from this version over to Monster Hunter Generations Ultimate on Switch.


Glad its of help to you (y)

HOMELAND SEASONS 1-5 Blu-Ray Boxset £43.29 Delivered @ Amazon France.
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd JunShipping from FranceShipping from France
Decent enough price for this boxset, here in the UK, we can only buy the individual blu-ray releases or seasons 1-3 boxset. Much better than the DVD version. Contains: English D… Read more
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I want my time back, I enjoyed it till S3 when you know what happened. Still watched it till like S4 though (fierce)


Hmm. I only watched season 1 and 2, I think. Guess I always thought the Soldier was the main character


Yummy yummy yummy...


Hopefully it's finished! Forever.


She is.

Gainward GeForce RTX 2080 Triple 8GB / GB GDDR6 Graphics Card - 3X DisplayPort / 1x HDMI / 1x USB Type-C - £559.84 @ Amazon France
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd JunShipping from FranceShipping from France
well this is ine one of the lowest price for a 2080 gpu grab a bargain had this when it was 700gbp so at this price it is a steal

Deal is expired now, price has gone up by nearly €100 :(


Might be worth hanging on for these rumored 'super rtx' cards. Think the 2070 will be as good as a 2080 but priced like a, erm, 2070? I dunno, google it before deciding.


Wait a bit, the NVIDIA Super lineup and NAVI releases that are coming soon will drive these prices down a lot.


But would Amazon UK handle the return of the card if anything goes wrong? Or would you have to pay to return it to France? Or deal directly with the manufacturer? Bear in mind that Amazon FR may not ship to UK, or if it does it will charge you another £20 shipping. I actually made a purchase for an item on the US Amazon site, which shipped from a seller in France:))) at a much lower price than the same seller was selling on the UK Amazon site. This was a collectable toy. Not sure I would try it with £600 worth.


Really ignorant? All gpu s bought on europe have european warranty , i cant say that this gpu is the worst of the line , why wont you do us the favour to show a cheaper one...

LEGO Architecture - Paris - 21044 - £25.48 Delivered @ Amazon France
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th MayShipping from FranceShipping from France
This is the cheapest I've sen around. The price includes shipping and I paid in Euros with my Monzo (better rate)
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Well yes, it's valid because it's true i.e. it's not always cheaper to pay in EUR, it depends on the bank's charges and exchange rate vs the seller's exchange rate. haven't checked lots of banks, I just picked 2 big names out of the air. Maybe Lloyds is the worst, maybe not. It's individuals' own choice whether or not they want to do the comparison each time; I wouldn't normally for this size of transaction but like I said I'm happy if you saved some money. Yes Lloyds' 50p charge makes them more expensive than amazon FR for this order value.


Yes, that's probably a valid point for a small transaction. Was it a 50p charge which tipped the balance?


That's fair enough and I'm happy you saved money. My point is that paying in EUR plus a bank fee is not always cheaper than paying in GBP without a bank fee. For this relatively small order value, paying EUR via Lloyds or Barclays (I just picked 2 of the big names) would have made little difference either way - pence not pounds either side of the Amazon FR price.


My comment was based on four different debit and credit cards (from different banks), I have used with all European Amazon outlets. I usually pay in €, and afterwards compare Amazon £ conversion with my statements. Is the 50p a culprit here?


I know. The question from @daveclarke was do you get charged import duties from amazon (not specified which amazon) which I answered: Not in the EU but outside of the EU it depends on HMRC's rules - sometimes you do, sometimes you don't.

HyperX FURY DDR4 16 GB (2x8 GB), 2666 MHz CL16 DIMM Memory Kit, £57.30 at Amazon France
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Nice saving on this kit, a fee free card would make it cheaper. Automatic overclocking, up to 3466 MHz Cost-efficient, high-performance DDR4 upgrade Intel XMP support for the … Read more

Excellent price. Missed it unfortunately


Just seen the typo on my end. Can't be bothered editing it so just use your imagination.


But you just said I did? So which is it? Or maybe stop being a knob.


You didn't. You tried to but it didn't quite work out.


What part of my comments do I make myself sound clever? Hmm. (confused)

Crucial Ballistix Sport LT 16GB (2x 8GB) DDR4 3000MHz RAM only £63.50 @
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Excellent RAM, and one of the possibilities to contain the new sought-after Micron E-die chips which is proving every bit as good as Samsung B-Die for AMD Ryzen systems. Dispatch… Read more
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I'll let you know.. ;)


Cheeses, I wanna see what that set up will do with an r5 3600!


It's about £145 for the 32GB kit, LINK!


Would love to this is double the price in a 32gb kit


This was achieved with a Ryzen 1600X in a MSI B450 Tomahawk motherboard Here you go.. (Dram voltage was at 1.45v)

Eufy RoboVac 30C - Robot Vacuum Cleaner - £165.70 - Sold by Anker & Fulfilled by Amazon Fr.
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th MayShipping from FranceShipping from France
Cheapest it has ever been. Use Revolut/Monzo or Starling card for the best exchange rate. Alexa and Google enabled. Eufy RoboVac 30C - Robot vacuum cleaner with Wi-Fi, control … Read more

Code doesn't work on the French site, ES site slightly cheaper


There's a promo code on (CJZNHIOU) which gives the 15% discount


How are you getting that price ? Promo code ?


Cheaper on £170 delivered. ( works out £180 delivered) They have a discount on there which also discounts the shipping too!


Glad you got to use it mate! Still waiting for something decent on Amazon uk :)

Philips HD7866/61 SENSEO Quadrante Machine à dosette Noir - £61.22 @ Amazon France
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th MayShipping from FranceShipping from France
Good price for one of these from Amazon France . Almost half price compared to Amazon UK . Price shown is total converted to GBP at checkout. Price includes delivery. Very lik… Read more

Thank you, much appreciated :)


Checkout the intro for this deal . It’s all there . Unknown but if it’s coming from France then likely to have a french plug.


Hi there, do you get a three pin plug?


I have the coffee duck - I could never get it to make a cup as good as using the pads


I'm not sure what I did there I only meant to put a link to the video. Hope I haven't broke any rules.

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