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MSI GK-701 RGB Mechanical Keyboard - Cherry MX Silver £49.99 @ CCL
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Free click and collect or £4.99 for DPD shipping Pretty amazing price for a fully RGB mechanical keyboard
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Thank you


As a fellow csgo player, 100% move to mechanical 👌




It's best you try out switches in person. The red and speed/silver switches are linear and easy to actuate which is good for gaming but depending on how you type you may make mistakes as it's very easy to press keys accidently. Blacks are heavier reds I believe. Blues are generally best for traditional typing but noisy, browns are like a hybrid for gaming/typing. Although you eventually get used to using any switch given enough time.


Hi guys hope you are all well. I was hoping to get some advice, I am looking for a keyboard that is easy to type long paper, code and game on. I'm currently at university studying Computer Science, so will use the keyboard very often. Would this keyboard be any good? Can you recommend any other keyboards in this price range ideally mechanical. Thank you

Adata XPG SX8200 480GB M.2-2280 SSD PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe - £104.99 @ CCL
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
For the price/storage/speed I couldn't find a better deal. Comes with a heatsink. CCL have just reduced it on amazon to 104.36 WITH prime PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 F… Read more
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Hopefully you only have to deal with the retailer and not Adata themselves for warranty. Over 2 months and I am still waiting for my 2 replacement SSD's. Their latest excuse is that the shipment into the EU was stopped because it contains lead. Seriously wtf? Just try to google Adata reviews and see if you can review them as a company anywhere, you can't, because it would be 100% negative.


You could of 1Tb a few weeks ago for £114, the 360gb SSD drives on Amazon where £38 each delivered,I bought one as a new gaming drive.


Chrisst170 linked one on Amazon from startech. It's a good choice as it's the same one you can buy from CCL.


I just bought this combination: PCIe adapter plus 1TB NVMe SSD and still had change out of 200 quid. I needed an adapter because my only M.2 slot is taken up by an SM961 NVMe boot SSD. The 660p isn't as fast as this Adata, but I was leaning towards price per GB rather than outright speed. I'm just going to use my for Linux Steam library, which is currently 600GB and sitting on HDD at the moment, so I'll get 10 times the performance, which is good enough for my use case.


Guys any recommendation for adaptor, I have older mobo but pleanty of x4 or x16 slots. It's not for bootable drive just for storage. There are many in ebay for around 10£ but not sure they will work

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB NVME M.2 SSD plus Assassin's Creed Odyssey Standard Edition  CCL for £131.97 inc p&p + TOPCASHBACK 1 %
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Excellent offer + 1 percent Topcashback too. Various other size drives and models , also available in the offer, eg. the evo 860 500gb delivered at £84.95 I have found in the pa… Read more
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Cheers mate I've ordered one and it's kick started the new Ryzen 2700x build (y)


Raid 0 has some serious problems when it comes to SSDs. All striping versions of speed increases were mainly for spinning disk. It has some benefit in throughput, large file reads, however, it actually slows access time.


I have them in RAID0 and it's not a whole hell of a lot faster due to DMI limitations. I wanted to run the second one in a PCIe slot, but on my board if I run 2x 1080TIs in SLI they each max at x8 and if I add anything to the 3rd PCIe slot (say an x4 to M.2 card) then slot 2 also drops to x4. Let this be a lesson to you: never buy gigabyte - anything.


The price has gone back up a bit to 135.99 still a great deal.


Yeah I was about to bite at £131.98 for my new build but before I ordered they bumped the price up lol I'll have to keep my eye on it as the ACO offer is on for plenty of time.

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD plus Assassin's Creed Odyssey Standard Edition @ CCL for £84.97 including p&p
Refreshed 13th OctRefreshed 13th Oct
SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 550MB/s Read, 520MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 98000 4K IOPS Write: 90000 5 Year Warranty For a limited time, purchase a new qualifying … Read more

Purchased this anyways, anyway wanna buy my code 25 lol


£30 I'll sell you my code as I don't get time to play games, if so I will buy it.


£30 I'll sell you my code as I don't get time to play games, if so I will buy it.


tempt 22 h, 34 m ago davidpaul_liverpool1 m agoCan anyone tell me what DRM platform the game is on? Are they giving you a STEAM key or ORIGIN key or something like that ? My PC collection is on STEAM and I want everything in one place. ThanksRead less Uplay Thanks for info ... shame though !


this is alot better plus samsung offers the best nand flash

Thermaltake Floe Riing RGB 360 TT Premium Edition All-in-One CPU Liquid Cooler - £157.99 @ CCL Online
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
This is the best price I can find for this cooler, appears to be about £20 - £30 cheaper than anywhere else. Has very good reviews eg.… Read more

Alpha cool Icebear 360 is pretty good too but a sod to fit. Annoying that my crappy i7 8700k isn't delidded and so it's massive overkill.


But the H150i doesn't cool as well and produces pretty much the same noise levels


Ooooooor you could buy a H150i which will have smoother lighting and a newer asetek pump for about the same price, the only draw back is that it won't come with RGB fans

Cooler Master MasterBox Q300P + FREE MasterLiquid ML240L Liquid Cooler - £69.99 @ CCL Online
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Have seen this posted a couple of weeks ago on another site, now CCL are offering this combo. Nice looking case for me. Although, to be noted... Maximum motherboard size is mATX. … Read more
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And that to me is poor customer service, but it's fine, I'll just never use them again so I won't take up any of their time. Everyone's happy.


...CS tactic not responding to customers that take up a surplus of time - let the algorythms take care of them. it's a big warehouse company that is all - as above.


I had an okay customer services experience and a bad one, both times I had a bad buying experience. I've bought many refurb and open box motherboards and other components from eBay the last six months from several different sources and the listings are always clear of what isn't present (if the I/O shield or backplate is missing, most sellers will state this). CCL seem to define an open box return/refurb as any used product. A motherboard with signs of use, missing everything, placed in a used anti-static bag and not sealed is basically second hand and a lesser value than refurb or open box return. A case that is used and damaged should never be sold as an open box return. They were rude and used all the time of the open eBay case to do nothing. I chased them and was fobbed off. After their time expired I contacted them and they refused to help so had to escalate to eBay. They decided to not respond to me in over a week, I think that's poor customer service. Whether you think I'm right or wrong, I think they displayed poor customer service to me and twice items were not as described. That's why I don't wish to give them any of my money, and I only shared the above when asked. I'm sure hundreds of other people here have had no problem, but that sadly hasn't been my experience. Sounds like they've been great for you, I'm pleased to hear that.


it sounds like they resolved the issue of the case ("customer services were fine"), then you got what was sold (repackaged "new" mobo) and as many open box items will not neccessarily come with original accessories - they debated the return ? (as opposed to buy accessories FOR you). ebay is way way buyer protection inclinated, so it's not neccessarily a statement of ccl being bad ?. i have been ordering from them for years on and off - it's just a massive UK computer warehouse company that wouldn't have got so big if they weren't doing things "right".

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Adata Ultimate SU650 120GB 2.5" SATA III SSD £19.99 @ CCL (95p Postage)
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Good deal for 120gb, a decent SSD too with a proper warranty unlike integral

You may need to create a partition. The video is managing disk 0, yours may be different. You should see a black line on a disk (unpartitioned SSD disk). You create a partition on that and then you can format it.


Hi group, I purchased this drive with a 22 pin Sata to USB 3 connector, I want to use this externally for backing up photo's and documents, when I plug it into my Win10 PC I get the tone that it,s connected, but I can't find it onthe desktop, do I have to do something with it first (It's me first SSD :^) T.I.A Otto, in a wet n windy West Cumbria


In my first WEEK of being here I'm disappointed at all these Facebook group like arguments. Please just agree to differ and crack on.


Who is suggesting that? Both CCL and MyMem are buying their SSD products abroad. If the product was UK manufactured then MyMem would still dodge vat on it through their Swiss loophole. Free level playing field trade is exactly what we should be striving for.


If we eschew foreign imports, why should anyone buy our exports?

Gigabyte AM4 motherboard AX370M-DS3H + £30 STEAM Voucher - £47.99 @ cclonline ( free collection, alternatively  free delivery over £50)
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
Incredible deal if you are looking for a budget motherboard. £30 steam voucher makes this deal super sweet. Free collection, alternatively add something for £2+ to get the free eco… Read more

Back in stock good deal Thanks


Thanks for posting it anyway - as I'd missed the original deal and found yours and bought last night in a moment of weakness! Cheers, OP.


correct, bin please.cheers




Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £127.50 @ CCL online
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Slightly cheaper than the 16GB 3000MHz Vulcan RAM over at Overclockers once you take into account the FREE DELIVERY cost. (excited) Also has lifetime warranty with CORSAIR. Vol… Read more
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Bit of google here, bit of google there and you will get the charts.


How come?


Bought a set not so long back would only do 2933, voltage had to be bumped a bit also.


Almost like I didn't say it was the best. Nothing worse than people who want to be pedantic but are wrong.


Err... not really... But it is a top quality kit. 3000MHz CL16 is good but not the best

Acer CB271HUbmidprx 27" WQHD LED IPS Monitor - £199.99 @ CCL Online
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Nice to see this under £200! A nice price for a 1440p IPS monitor. Technical Specifications Screen Size: 27" Resolution: WQHD (2560 x 1440) Aspect Ratio: 16:9 Response Time: … Read more
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a sense of humour? (highfive) didn't think anyone had one on the internet. I was in the tech biz for a while, what I learnt was customers are normally to blame, broken monitor, why? you chant change the channel! wireless router misadvertised as it had to be plugged in to the power. disc drive that was poorly designed as it wasn't child proofed... and now it was full of coins (pay attention to what your kid is doing!)


Very good price for 1440p (QHD) 27". If you are keen on a good warranty then get a Dell U2715H. Dell will send you a new one, then you put the old one in their box and they'll pick it up a few days later. It will be a better monitor as well. Unfortunately costs £330 rather than £200 though.


Hahaha, I can see how my comment lead you to that assumption. I won't make such sweeping statements in future. My opinion is only based on several years experience selling IT equipment. Should your monitor fail please do let us know how you get on with Acer and your RMA. (y)


That monitor is a little better at 75hz but still not 144Hz. So these prices are not amazing.


Is it meant to be this one instead?

Team Vulcan T-Force 16GB (2x 8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 RAM £123.78 @ CCL online
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
This is the cheapest 16GB DDR4 RAM I could find at the moment. Great price considering the current market. I know it is only 2400MHz, but it can be overclocked if needed. This RAM … Read more
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Buying a new graphics card kind of gave this away to you .... Ram speed does not matter unless you have 1080ti.


And there were benchmarks for your 470 available, so you should have known that your system was GFX limited. There we also benchmarks for the 1070 and the 1080 out at that time, and the 1070ti's performance is somewhere in between so it's not that hard to infer its performance. Anyway, it seems to me that you're arguing for the sake of it. Apologies if you feel offended or something, it was not my intention. For those using their Ryzen build for computationally intensive tasks, bear in mind that RAM speed DOES make a difference with Ryzen, and that RAM size requirements vary by software. In other words research your use cases and balance RAM speed-size based your budget.


Incorrect 1070ti came out 6 months after I bought ryzen. I had an amd 470 befire


TeamGroup Vulcan 3000Mhz £128.69 TeamGroup Vulcan 3200Mhz £137.69 But on Pre Order


Maybe not, but GFX card reviews and benchmarks (and therefore the means to check if your frame rate will be GFX card limited as opposed to CPU limited) were. So the info you needed was available. From 1440p and above most graphically intensive games will be GFX card limited anyway.

Gigabyte ax370m motherboard - free £30 steam voucher plus free £5.02 spend (see description) @ CCL Online
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Gigabyte AX370M-DS3H AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard. £44.99 + £4.99 shipping Been on here before from ebuyer with free pizza express vouchers and mouse. This time can claim a free £… Read more

Still havent had my codes deliverd yet


Appreciated that you checked. All back online now so will process ma vouchies now. Ta.


Ah I see what you mean; yeah, I'm getting the same. Website borked.


I've not managed to upload - I can't even view the site!


File size of the image you're uploading?

Gigabyte FORCE K83 MECHANICAL Keybord! £34.99 collection or £39.98 delivered at  CCLOnline
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Looking for a new keyboard and I thought this was an absolute bargain considering it has proper cherry mx switches. *Potentially US Layout!
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Bought two of these from CCL a few months ago (for only a slightly higher price :) ) The ones they sent were definitely UK layout. (Same Manufacturer code in my email invoice as this deal is listed on the website, so presumably the same thing.)


It clearly states 'UK QWERTY' under the Specification tab. A little bit of further reading never hurts! Anyway, I bought this keyboard from CCL a few months ago; and I can confirm that it is the UK layout model.


104 key mentioned, and that manufacturer code seems to only link to US layout too. Given that so many software vendors now ignore the existence of the UK, i guess its wont be surprising when UK keyboards disappear too. Bit dodgy of CCL calling it UK layout when its also stated as 104 key


Contacted support about confirming US or UK layout. It appears they can't be bothered replying, they even have an option box to ask about the product. Shame as if it was a UK layout, I would have purchased.


Thank god this is not MX Blues or I'd have yet another mech keyboard!

Philips V-Line 200V4LAB2 20" HD+ LED Monitor £62.99 Delivered @ CCL
Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
Enjoy vivid LED pictures with this attractive, glossy design display. Equipped with stereo speakers, it's a great choice! White LED's are solid state devices which light up to full… Read more

Those are certainly better value for the higher resolution, insanely cheap really.


Perhaps I'm missing something but it seems expensive for a 20" 1600x900 monitor? These 21.5" 1080p models are very similarly priced: Acer K222HQL 21.5" - £65.74 AOC E2270SWDN 21.5" - £66.48 (plus further £5 cashback using VISA checkout)


Acer K222HQLbd 21.5 Inch FHD for £60.48 (Exclusively for Prime Members)

Seagate BarraCuda 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £89.99 Delivered @ CCL/Amazon
Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Seagate Barracuda 3.5 inch Hard Disk Drive 4TB Capacity 5400RPM spin speed SATA 6Gb/s interface 256MB cache buffer Seagate AcuTrac Technology Versatile HDDs for all your PC n… Read more
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A useful tip to save your data. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example) 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.


I have good redundancy, backup and online cold storage. I have been stung in the past!


I was going to say - that's a brave statement!


Got a few of these around a year ago when they were around this price. Reliable and cheap and have been wurring away in my server 24/7 with no hickups <tempts fate!>


Only 5400 RPM :/

4TB Maxtor M3 USB 3.0 Portable External HDD 3 Year Warranty. For PC, Xbox One, PS4, LAPTOP. free delivery or pick up. £90.11 @ CCL
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
The Maxtor M3 Portable External Hard Drive delivers handy portable storage. It is easy to take wherever you go, and has ample capacity of up to 4TB. Compatible PS4/PC/XBOX one Hard… Read more
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A disc that fails after six uses is a valid reason for voting cold. I am fully aware about moving parts so back up in triplicate. They could improve packaging as its all a bit on the rigid side if dropped.


Lol, have 4 in my PC now running striped, not a days problem....that being said, I do have SMART running all the time to be sure....


OMG! I had forgotten about quantum, I can remember buying my a quantum fireball years and years ago!


Hey guys if you want to stop a HDD fail best is not to move it while it is on. Because the drive inside HDD is spinning, and can break the laser head. If you think you want to jog and use a drive then get SSD which has no moving parts.


I bet you only had two seagates in 20 yrs. (lol) (lol) (lol)

Adata XPG SX8200 480GB M.2-2280 NVMe SSD £100.63 at CCL Computers
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Now down to just over £100 delivered. Great value for a very fast drive. Up to 3200MB/s Read, 1700MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 310000 4K IOPS Write: 280000 5 Year Warranty

Old post but just the sort of info i was just looking for as looking to get the Adata SX8200 in 250GB as that will do me for my MacBook mid 2014 with the AHCI SSD Adapter


But I don't want an STD... (cheeky)


100 percent legit. Samsung magician identified them as genuine and they haven't been used before. Absolute bargain!


So did you get the Evos? Legit?


Picco: do you have a source on this? Plenty of tech reviews: Anandtech, Tom's Hardware etc. Big thread on Macrumors with personal experience reports: And an earlier test results graphic from that thread in case it doesn't show without registering I have the SX8200. It stays cool in my MacBook Pro and hasn't adversely affected battery life too much.

Adata Ultimate SU650 120GB 2.5" SATA III SSD - £23.94 delivered *** updated price£23.56 @ CCLOnline
Refreshed 25th AugRefreshed 25th Aug
Great price for boot drive. Price includes 1st class royal mail shipping SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 520MB/s Read, 320MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 20000 4K IOPS Wri… Read more
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The video contains another link in description, might be helpful for you to find out which caddy @asifbutt


after looking at this and Kingston I finally bought ADATA SU650 120GB 3D NAND 2.5 inch SATA III High Speed Internal SSD Solid State Drive from 7dayshop link here Can anyone tell me which caddy do I need as I need to replace the DVD drive of HP elitebook 8470p with this SSD. I had been on ebay and seen one of this (click here) but the seller states it is only for SATA and not suitable for my needs. can anyone help me?


Well I tried various other things and no joy, contacted Amazon and they've processed a refund. Job done! :)


I'll give that a go. I've tried it in the main HDD slot and also in a DVD caddy. Will see what happens in my spare laptop.


You do know that there is a possibility of you having a faulty ssd.I would get A usb to sata 2.5 cable and then test it on a working Windows system to format and copy some files. You could also try swapping ports if you have spare.

Samsung 850 EVO 500GB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD £113.59 @ CCL
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
decent if this is what your looking for! (excited) Key Features: SATA III Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 540MB/s Read, 500MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 97000 4K IOPS Wri… Read more
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Guess any large manufacturer can have issues, but the way Samsung handled the issue they had with the 840 EVO and 840 plain: Sounds more like you don't get what you pay for actually...


You get what you pay for :D


You can buy external enclosures for SSDs which (so far) only support SATA-III (NVMe would be wasted on anything below a USB 3.1 Gen 2 connection and hardly any devices can support those speeds yet)


Samsung tax


Also please check if you have M2 ports!