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AMD RYZEN 5 2600 GEN2 (SOCKET AM4), £148.98 at Box
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Socket AM4 Base Speed 3.4 Ghz | Max Speed 3.9 GHz Quad Core (8 Threads) Intergrated Graphics Not Included Power Usage 65W (TDP) Heatsink & Fan Included Compatible Motherb… Read more

They are in the last respin phase, the 4ghz/4.5ghz es samples where super super early ones, and where about debugging issues rather than speed. Zen 2 really is turning into a speed freak in terms of performance.


Not post related but does anyone know of a decent ready built gaming pc going for £500 £550ish that would last a few year for my 7 year old son? Because I haven’t a clue about the stuff


This processor has 6 cores and 12 threads, so it's hexacore not quadcore


Thanks, i'll probably wait for zen2 before upgrading.


Yes, both zen 2 and zen 3 will be compatible with am4 upon release

Foscam FN3104W Complete 4 Camera Wi-Fi CCTV Kit £249.99 @
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Great bit of kit to secure your home, think i saw it going for £299.99 on amazon so this is a bargain and with free shipping !
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POE would always be better, no wifi issues and no issues such as signal degradation on long cable runs if you go down the analogue route. I wouldn’t recommend anything I haven’t used or had experience with personally but I imagine this kit should be fine being a Foscam or have a look at the AHD wired kits from Hikvision. They can be had for around the £200 mark such as this: I’m currently using a 4 channel Ezviz XC5 NVR with three generic 1080p cameras I bought from China though any Onvif camera will work fine. I would recommend Foscam FI9900P cameras, they’re excellent and have a super wide viewing angle but they’re pricey at £90-100 each.


you could buy everything separately, so DVR on its own, then your own choice of cameras. you will struggle to find PTZ kit for your £250 budget


Many thanks for your reply. I would be looking for the DVR to be included. With regards to the type of camera, I was hoping to get 2x bullets and 2x dome - but only if the domes were PTZ and controllable remotely. I have since learned that this doesnt appear to be a viable option with these sets, unless I'm mistaken? Thanks again


I haven’t looked at the specs for this, but again like someone said earlier, if this is only 720 resolution then I’d avoid. I’ve seen plenty and unless very close up shots, the image is never good enough to really offer a positive identification on someone. I’ve got a wireless 1080p system that again creates its own WiFi network and has worked perfectly for about 1 year now. I even have 2 of the cameras situated about 20-30m away from the pvr but the signal is still strong for each even across that distance and through 2 brick walls. Each camera uses other cameras on the network for a signal boost effectively therefore producing a good signal. There are always pro’s and cons for each system whether wired or not but my experience has been very good. It’s a 4 camera Yeskam system from Amazon with a 2tb pvr and ip access which has been extremely stable too.


do you need a DVR with a hard drive or will you be fitting your own? Bullet cameras or Dome cameras? The last install i did was around the £250 mark. This is what I installed: 1080p DVR & Cameras inc 1TB drive 4x Junction Boxes 4x BNC to RJ45 100m external shielded Cat 5e cable 8x RJ45 ends and a crimper 6mm cable clips to tack the cables against the wall again not the best out there but pretty damn good for the money

32" Smart TV/DVD combo Television £169 @ Box
30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018Found 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Been looking for a smart TV/DVD combo for under £180, all ebay had was refurbished TV's. I saw this a couple of months back and have been waiting for the price to drop to below £17… Read more

yes correct sorry i didn't see that.


The CoOp one doesnt come with a DVD player


I got this from co-op priced at 169 but 10 off for co-op members plus you can use your points also which I did. I got it for 148 so not bad if you have points and are a member.


Do you have any other comments? Seen this comment on 3 different TV deals


Who cares if it's 4k or not. This is ideal for my sons bedroom. Thank you for posting the deal.

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Brother MFC-J5920DW Wireless AIO Multifunction A3 Printer £89.99 once added to basket @ Box
17/11/2018Expires on 17/11/2018LocalLocalFound 12th NovFound 12th Nov
Brother A3 printer with duplex printing now at £89.99 once added to your basket, also includes free delivery, looks to be selling for a lot more elsewhere. Price shows as £99.99 bu… Read more

It's an inkjet and if it's anything like my Brother A3 printer then it can take cheap refills no problem. Had mine for a few years and use it only occasionally. It's very good at not drying out like another Epson I have where I'm constantly putting it through head cleaning cycles. Print quality is also pretty good


Hot, an A3 printer , you should put that in the title. toner prices? Inkjet?


Oh brother! Do I get this or wait for black friday?

Found 11th NovFound 11th Nov
Brilliant sound bar for the price 2.0 Ch 100 W surround sound: Bring to life all of your favourite movies, TV shows, sports and music with 2.0 channel surround sound and added b… Read more

Great soundbar but a real dust magnet with the open speakers.......took mine back to Argos after 2 day's


i bought the sound bar from argos, delivered and set up tonight, we have a 49 inch samsung in the bedroom, very impressed with the soundbar, linked to the tv via bloototh in a second, as for the app , it cant find the bloody soundbar , not an issue as we can use both the tv remote and the sky remote and the sounbar remote for volume..


What app have you used? I have this soundbar


ive found the app...


Is there a link to the actual app to control the soundbar?. ive just purchased the soundbar but can't find the app in the playstore?

ADATA ULTIMATE SU800 SU800SS 512GB 2.5" SSD SSD for £62.40 Delivered @ Box
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
Next Best price I have taken from ..Amazon UK Amazon Link for £71.76 KEY FEATURES 512GB Capacity SATA III Interface 2.5" Form Factor Up To 560MB/s | 520MB/s Write Speeds 3… Read more

That was more an issue with SATA I machines rather than SATA II. I have a MBA 2010 with SATA II and it is happily running a SATA III drive in it.


Well, the iMac I have is in fact Sata 2, so it must have been those sata 3 drives not always clocking down that I heard about.


Do any experts out there know if this will work with MacBook Pro’s that are expandable? Thanks in advance


That would surprise me. At the end of the day, a SATA drive is a SATA drive. Some are just faster than others. The only issue about incompatible SATA drives came with much earlier Macs, such as the PowerMac G5 and the early Intel computers, which had only SATA I ports (although a firmware update on some improved the throughput somewhat). While SATA II drives were backward compatible, some early SATA III drives struggled to clock down and were best avoided. This is ancient history now and not an issue for any Mac likely to be in serious use today.


I got my wires crossed writing that (I've got a hackintosh build going on), what I meant to ask was, will this work in a real iMac late 2009 (21.5 inch) as some SSD don't apparently.

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Pre Black Friday Laptops for Sale @
Found 10th NovFound 10th Nov
MSI GL62M 7RDX-2073UK - £649.97! Save £250! KEY FEATURES Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 256GB SSD… Read more
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Cheers mate. (y)


Amazon last month.


Where from? And when? My head is battered looking for a gaming laptop... Can't seem to find a one


I got the 72 rex 17" 1060 version for £680. Cold!


a very warm welcome to hukd newbie.thanks very much for sharing your finds today.heat added. :)

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16 GB DDR4 3000 MHz - £106.96 + Free Delivery at
Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Best deal I think I've seen yet. I'm going to wait until it's sub £100...hopefully we get there for BF/CM. Thought it might be of interest to someone!

Have done.


The deal has expired so can someone expire it?


Good price especially since it's higher spec ram, it's only about £15 more expensive than the old prices too


Waiting a while no doubt. I got the 3200 back in January 2017 for I think £88 and ever since they've been £170 ish on amazon.


yup back to 119.99

ASUS FX504GD-DM346T GAMING LAPTOP (Very good price with high specs!) £749.99 @ Box
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Great laptop with high specs such as 2018 processor! KEY FEATURES Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM … Read more
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Totally agree & fair enough


i7 for video editing is better than i5. My aim was to include it for that aswell. Just because its a gaming laptop doesn't mean you only use it for gaming.


Guess you didn’t understand me last time. Nope I can’t be bothered. GTX1050 is ok, not great, plenty of laptops with 6gb gta 1060gtx & an i5 would beat the pants off the model you posted. Also at the same price. why don’t go find yourself some common sense and express this post as it’s not a deal & hence why it’s getting cold votes.


750 for a laptop with i7 and gtx 1050 is perfectly good. Go find me better and cheaper one and return back please.


Nope can’t be bothered. 750 for a laptop with gtx1050 is crap. No surprise this has got cold votes

Creatlity CR-10s Black/Blue/Orange £339 @
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
Seems like a good price after the reduction for what is widely regarded as one of the best 3D printers in the sub £500 price range. UK Stock and free next day delivery included. … Read more

Mine arrived today. Took just over an hour to build and set up the bed level. Pretty simple following youTube video, but the printed instructions included aren't up to much. First print running now. The fans are noisy so you need a room where you can close the door !


You can print as many 3D D's as you like. There you go


These things are absolutely amazing ... what's it used for ? Printing 3D's ?

MSI GT63 TITAN 8RF-027UK Laptop - £1649.97 @
Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core Screen15.6" (1920x1080 Full HD Resolution, 120Hz 3MS panel, Colour Anti-Glare)Operating SystemMicrosoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit RAM16GB (DDR4 2666Hz)… Read more

I suppose it would be worth waiting until Black Friday to see what happens. If you manage to find a link to that sort of specs laptop for a similar price please, please share.


It doesn't have a GTX1080.


I'd want gtx 1080 and 4k screen if spending this much


Isn't this good price for 15 inch gtx1080 laptop? How good can deals get for this spec during black Friday? £1000?


I'm sure its quieter than my Asus but once I get my £150 cashback from them (just confirmed they've tested the 360 I posted them and I'll be receiving it) and the £100 have already given me, £1650 is approx £800 more than my GTX1060 based model for a spec that is identical in every other way.

SAMSUNG 49 INCH NU8000 4K ULTRA HD Dynamic Crystal Colour HDR SMART TV for £649 w/c Delivered @ Box
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
KEY FEATURES HDR 1000 powered by HDR 10+ Dynamic Crystal Colour Ultra HD certified Supreme Motion Wide Viewing Angles 5 Year Product Protection plan Part No: UE49NU8000TXXU… Read more

This is the most reasonably priced tv I think to get the most out of a xbox 1 x . Personally hoping the 55" will be available around this price in 2 weeks time.


Good price as refurbished ebay is around 590. What is this retailer like to deal with for warranty etc? Never heard of them! Will richer sounds or john lewis or amazon price match as box say 5 year warranty and richer sounds normally mention their warranty for not price matching?


Cracking deal.. Have some heat. Start of the Black Friday deals maybe, but on a Tuesday


The 55” is better panel and only £50 more


Good price but better off with the 55". This is a 60hz panel. One of the key features listed is wide viewing angles but in all reviews this Tv didn't score well for viewing angles as it's a VA panel

ADATA XPG SX6000 256GB PCIe NVME M.2 SSD £51.48 shipped @ Box
Refreshed 8th NovRefreshed 8th Nov
What a price this is for a 256GB NVME M.2 SSD shipped for free from Box. Cannot see a lower price for a 256gb nvme drive on the net. Specs: 256GB Capacity PCI Express 3.0 x… Read more

Its good for pc boot times. Nice for my mini itx home cinema.


I'm guessing because it's a simply simply luvley price.


Foy Ryzen/Threadripper owners this would be great when used with storemi and a big regular HD for a games library


Crivens! How did this reach 883 degrees? The only reason I can think of buying this over the SX8200 is if your motherboard is limited to 2x PCIe NVMe - even then, i'd still recommend spending the extra tenner.


CCL also have the much faster one for a tenner more.

D-Link COVR C1203 AC1200 Dual Band Whole Home Mesh Wi-Fi System - 3 Pack £157.99 Delivered @ Box
22/11/2018Expires on 22/11/2018Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Decent price drop on this Home Mesh WiFi system from D-Link. Dual band AC1200 wireless, with speeds of up to 1.2Gbps, which should ensure your home network stays nice and fast. Ha… Read more

NO SARCASM!!!! (You will see sarcastrophes in my posts surrounding intended sarcasm... this is a sarcastrophe ^) I was just thinking although £157 sounds a lot, you get THREE wifi APs that probably work together without needing your own IT department... Last time I had to suggest a credible mesh network solution it added up to several thousand quids... Solution was don't bother, just dig out all your old routers and learn how to use them - You will have to learn with the pro-stuff anyway... Two wired-ports, both gigabit AC1200 is recent enough (ie quite fast) Dual-band so there should be two separate radios in there, which should also help it be faster There's more pressure to make consumer-stuff work without pro-level setup expertise and a mainstream brand like this prolly have that covered.


What are your views on this mesh vs eg the tenda mw6


No good?


I'm waiting for google mesh to drop in price on Black Friday


Consumer grade mesh, yippee

CRUCIAL MX500 1TB 2.5" SSD SATA 6GB/S for £135.23 Delivered @ Box
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
KEY FEATURES 560 MB/s Read 510 MB/s Write 5 Year Limited Warranty

good luck mate, you'll need it.


Almost as cheap as the recertified Crucial 960GB SSD posted 2 years ago :D


Then I would return it and get the one in this deal. Surely don’t want hard drives dying prematurely with potentially important information on them.


Looks great, Please update us with the feedback for your purchase. Thanks Sam. ;)


I bought this1tb ssd from Amazon UK for £102

ASUS XG-U2008 10 Port unmanaged Ethernet Switch - 2x 10 Gigabit / 8x Gigabit £99.99 Delivered @ Box
Found 5th NovFound 5th Nov
An all time low on this by a pretty good margin. One of the nicest looking units that I've seen (IMO) Has 8x Gigabit Ethernet ports + 2 x 10 Gigabit Ethernet ports. It's also rack … Read more

Fair enough. You make valid points there. I've no personal experience with any of that to be fair.


It's good...but it's not right ;) I only have a finite amount of gaming time as it is. If I have that much time to wait for stuff to load I may as well buy myself a Commodore 64 + tape loader - it might actually load games quicker :p


Why bother with a switch? In my case I've got a workstation and a server I use as a NAS. I could hook the two together with one add-in card each. The NAS/server has gigabit ethernet and my ancillary services ARM boards do too. I can use the NAS as a gateway between IB and ethernet networks, then the only switch I need is a regular gigabit ethernet one. As for cables it does look like you get a worse deal with IB. I just think that when you're paying a hundred or more for a basic point to point 10gig link you might as well spend not much more for 40gig :D


It's as if people can't understand why posts are quoted! (y)


tempted. my nas can do 400MB/sec or about 4Gbit. .. which is more than my current 2 x 1Gbit NICs in LACP bond that gives me about 200MB/sec so I could double my speed to the NAS with this.

Acer 24" Height Adjustable IPS Monitor with VESA mount and speakers £114.99 delivered @ Box
Found 5th NovFound 5th Nov
24" IPS Monitor with Speakers and Height Adjustable, Vesa Mountable and Display Port Connectivity. Pretty decent spec at this price point. This 24" IPS Monitor has 1920x1200 res… Read more

That's a 16:10 aspect ratio.


Can anyone find any info about Blue Light filtering as i can't , Not sure if it's because it is a really old model?




Bargain taking in to account height adjustable


Seems like a decent offer, this. Nice to have the slightly higher res.

CRUCIAL MX500 500GB 2.5" SSD SATA 6GB/S for £73.70 @ Box
Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
KEY FEATURES 560MB/s Read 510MB/s Write 5 Year Limited Warranty CRUCIAL MX500 250GB 2.5" SSD SATA 6GB/S £46.92 CRUCIAL MX500 1TB 2.5" SSD SATA 6GB/S for £135.23

In 2 minds. 4x 500GB raid or just sod it and a 2TB sata M.2 on the other slot (first for a decent NVMe drive ofc). Be interesting if it dips under £60 per 500GB. Another "tired of lots of small drives" user. 2x240, 1x500, 1x1tb, just gonna flog the lot and get it tidy.


This or Evo 860?


You have an email that says you offered 95 quid to a retailer. Don't be shocked when the retailer realizes 500,000 people bought this item as well and cancels the orders.


It looks like I seriously overestimated the issue. Still seems a couple years away from being worthwhile though, but maybe for some.


The reliability is quite possibly higher due to no moving parts. SSDs are tolerant of multiple Gigabytes read/write daily. There may be an increase in user interface speed when accessing the disk, although I'd expect it to not be significant. I wouldn't say it's an essential purchase for a PVR.

Flashforge Finder 3D Printer - Wifi connectivity £299 with Free Next Day Delivery @ Box
23/11/2018Expires on 23/11/2018Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
Getting cheaper on this, it went to £339 and today dropped to £299 including free next working day delivery. Well priced and a good starting point for anyone wanting to dabble in a… Read more

PLA filament only (and in odd 600g spools costing as much as 1kg ones), limited print volume and a lack of a heated bed make this one to give a wide berth to.

LG G7 - £414.99 on Box
Found 2nd NovFound 2nd Nov
The LG G7, a cracking device by all accounts, is now available for a similarly cracking price following the usual LG price plummet. Expect good audio with strong imaging capabilit… Read more

Worth it for DAC audio. Once you've experienced this there's no going back. Wish 3 did this phone so could use Go Binge with Deezer.


It happens in best families, brother just unlucky. LG smartphone unit traditionally behind its Korean peer, Samsung, however G6 & particularly G7 very well received by some reviewers. V series still behind Samsung Note series.


You like your G6 very much... until it suddenly dies and never boots again. Happened to my brother's LG Nexus 5X. LG just isn't a reliable brand.


Equal or Higher spec than mi8, plus you are paying vat and getting a guarantee. All in all £400 didn't seem like too much in comparison


The battery is to small and it's to expensive,when you can buy a mi mix 2 for 200.a pocophone for 250 and mi8 for 300 why pay 400 for this mediocre handset