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Acer Predator XB271HUA 27" QHD LED 165Hz Monitor £441.81 @ CCL
Found 19 h, 30 m agoFound 19 h, 30 m ago
Finally dropped under the £450 mark again! (excited) Includes free delivery. Experience a whole new smooth. NVIDIA G-SYNC eliminates screen tearing and minimizes stuttering for … Read more
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And I got one with IPS. This one frim OP was £300 then cold from me. Not a deal.


Correct the TN panel is the same price at Amazon now. The IPS was £439.99 2 days ago.


I'm happy with the TN, the price of the IPS is laughably obscene.


HUA is the TN. I swear this was in the £300s on prime day. Also I bought this on Amazon at £430 on release, though price went up quite a bit after that for a while.


If its showing it has a 1ms response time then this is the TN version, not the IPS, therefor not a deal

Adata XPG SX8200 480GB M.2-2280 NVMe SSD - £109.52 @ CCL Computers
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
It seems only a few weeks ago you'd have struggled to find a regular SATA 500(ish)GB SSD for less than £110, and here we have a highly regarded NVMe m.2 drive for £109.52 delivered… Read more
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The 960GB for £246.45 looks great too.


Z97 Pro. So I’d guess it’s more of an age thing with mine.


Good to see some cheaper PCIe NVMe drives. PCIe/NVMe should become more prevalent and narrow the pricing gap with SATA now there is quite a bit of competition for the controllers (this one is a new Silicon Motion chip while Marvell have just introduced new controllers too). Here's another in-depth review: Should be, the Intel support page: doesn't show this particular SSD but does show other M.2 PCIe NVMe drives (usually older ones e.g. Samsung SM951 is my drive, pretty much the first M.2 PCIe gen 3 NVMe drive available) so it should work.


no point to go on forever, I don't read manuals to build PCs.... congrats to you if you build lots PCs and read all manuals :) H110T, Q170T no issues with disabled sata B250 mortar, only 1 sata disabled out of 6 only for m.2 sata, none disabled for nvme I have upgraded lots of Dell micro and SFF (1 to 4 sata ports) and none had disabled sata ports when using m.2 sata or nvme I am sure I would have checked the manual if I had 1 issue with this :) I never installed 4-6 SATA drives in a PC to date it's good I learned something new today (party)


MSI Z170 board... here's an excerpt from the manual, for you. Lots of boards have this, not just one or two, how many manuals have your read from the hundreds of systems? :/

Adata Ultimate SU650 960GB SSD £139.31 @ CCL
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
Decent SSD drive, next best price is over £155.

Adata is well known for making memory but not well known brand in UK. Good price because it's likely the su650 is dramless TLC ssd, slower speed and less lifespan,


Out of a batch of 5 of this brand I had to return 2 within 90 days as faulty. The supplier dud not ask any questions but just issued a credit.


Is this a well known brand? I've never heard of them, it's a really good price.


Good spot.


Really good price but I think the MX500 from amazon spain is better, performance seems higher according to - I had to compare 500gb because they dont list su650 960gb benchmarks but it should scale accordingly!

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Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Midi Tower Black Case - £43.94 Delivered @ CCL Online
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Cheapest price I have seen for the case. Nice looking case! This case’s straightforward design comes with conveniently placed cut-outs, making component installation, interior exp… Read more
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This looks hideous.


Reminds me of an oversized box of red band cigarettes from the 80s/90s. (I'm not a smoker) Case and cigs - both gross. (Sorry OP!)


Also poorly designed from an airflow point of view; unless you are REALLY strapped for cash, a good quality case should always be considered an investment. I have business class cases from 1998 that I still use, and where every button still works; the 2 occasions I skimped and spent less than £50, they cases fell apart and/or buttons started failing after less than 2 years. My gaming PC is enclosed in a Phantek Enthoo; yes it is double the delivered price of this case (I paid £82 last year); but it will probably outlast me; and is such a breeze to work with, I dread using any of the other cases I have, even those nuke proof 90's jobs.


That, is one ugly case

Sapphire Radeon RX 570 NITRO+ 4GB Graphics Card £199.99 @ CCL
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
Hasn't been under £200 since last October. The cooler on this Graphics Card is amazing! SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX 570 continuous streamlining of FinFET 14 nm production process, … Read more
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It’ll come back round, I didn’t see the link request (as it wasn’t a reply) and I don’t believe in spoon-feeding either - a quick search on HUKD would find it again. The price is actually ok and I would probably take this over a 3GB 1060 if I wanted something now, but knowing the RX 580 was less a short while back I’d wait again - and 580 are often this price on Amazon Warehouse even if the new price is higher again.


He can't give you a link because it's not that price anymore, But he is right in what he says, A deal is not just a deal because it is cheaper than anywhere else, This is not a deal of any sort, This is an overpriced bottom to middle tier card, If you have been waiting to upgrade, Don't upgrade to this at this price and keep waiting. If you need to upgrade, Don't upgrade to this at this price and keep waiting, In other words, Don't buy this card at this price, It's overpriced.


Link for the 580??


RX 580 has been about £180-190 in last month from Amazon, this is not a good price unless you really want a slower card for more money or if you’re mining where the 570 uses less power for the same performance. It is a good cooler but then the Pulse version isn’t bad either.

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Crucial MX500 1TB M.2-2280 SATA III SSD  - (SSD0717) £185.40 (free delivery) at CCL
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
M.2 Solid State Drive for £185.40 (free delivery). Details: SATA III Interface M.2 Form Factor Up to 560MB/s Read, 510MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 95000 4K IOPS Write: 90000 5 Year Wa… Read more
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Ah, yeah! You're right there. They're USB 3.0 and I have the only one 3.1 Gen 2, whoops! :D


It may be that some of your ports are only USB 3.0 rather than 3.1 Gen 1, still 5.0Gbps, but a much higher protocol overhead so not as efficient, and dropping the speed down, especially on random reads/writes. :)


Sorry I have the MX300


Theoretical speeds yeah, but from my first hand experience of transferring a few big files/lots of small ones I've found Gen 2 to still transfer the files quicker *shrug*


It's the same speed when plugged into a Gen 1 port, or a Gen 2 port, since Gen 1 is still 5.0 Gbps (640MB/s)

ADATA XPG SX8200 480GB NVMe M.2 SSD - £109.52 @ More Computers
Found 27th JunFound 27th Jun
DO NOT (in caps) miss this drive/deal if you are looking for an M.2 PCI-e based disk solution, especially if it is your boot drive. I was passed this drive to install into a lapto… Read more
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Nah mate, that's a third party not from Amazon. :)


£118.90 now


I posted that deal, if you just need extra storage it is the cheapest price per Gigabyte currently available, just the P&P makes the deal slightly less appealing. :)


They wouldnt. If you just want extra storage and dont need the extra speed consider the deal.


Why would someone consider that if they wanted an nvme drive?

Thermaltake Paris 650W Modular 80+ Gold PSU - £67.99 at CCLOnline Deals
Found 25th JunFound 25th Jun
what do you think? The Thermaltake European Gold Series is a premium 80 PLUS GOLD certified power supply that uses the highest quality components for stable performance, excellent… Read more

It's something to do with s6&7 sleep states.


"Haswell ready" XD

plewis00 Tier 4 on the good old PSU list. Probably best to give this one a miss, get an EVGA GQ, G2 or G3 or Corsair RM for similar money. EVGA GQ 750W for a few quid more or £1 more if you get a Warehouse one and you get more wattage too.


*Hybrid modular.


Fantastico , but too powerful , and too large (sfx) :D :(

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB M.2-2280 SSD - £163.99 @ CCL
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
The fastest M.2 around! Cheapest I can currently find it inc free delivery in the UK. I know it has been found cheaper in Amazon Germany but they don't have stock till 19/6 and wit… Read more

Now in stock for £163.99 next day delivery for free for prime members at Amazon!


I'm not the guy you quoted but... there's about 4/5/6/7 chinese fabs coming online over the summer (probably more). A (fairly) good source is wiki: The ones in blue are "under construction/repair" (so are "future available") with a rough indication of what they make :) More fabs is obviously lower price. I'll be keeping an eye on fast nvme prices for a few months, try and catch the "pre black-friday price hitch so we can reduce to normal price" crap while it's in my favour. Price is down at £30 in 6 weeks, not bad: I think £120 is my target. Might just grab a second hand 860/850 nvme and have done with it :)


That is an interesting take on the current pricing, how do you suppose the newer higher density 512Gbit 64 layer parts that are coming to market currently will effect the pricing then? I wonder why the 64-layer pricing won't drop, even though, Micron, Intel, Toshiba, and Samsung are now in full production and selling lord knows haw many wafers to third party SSD manufacturers, what are you thoughts on this? Do you think that the forth coming 96 layer technology, which will be coming to full fab production soon will cause a dramatic drop in price, or do you think that it will remain stagnant, and memory makers will just reap higher profits per die? I'd love to read your thoughts on the NAND market, since very few people seem to take an intrest on here.


48 layer nand will probably be completely dropped from production as Sk hynix has 72 layer nand. This is the other reason, samsung no longer has a monopoly on 3d ram, al the other nand foundries have it too. Plus with 64/72 layer nand, you can cram more capacity per die, thus cheaper ssds


Don't have a cow, man

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G3 750W Modular 80+ Gold PSU £93.36 @ CCL online
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
EVGA SuperNOVA power supplies are well known for their extreme efficiency, performance and reliability. In fact, over the last 3 years EVGA SuperNOVA power supplies have won over 7… Read more

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buy from ebay using this deal and save 20%. Sob basically for £75. which is a steal of a deal 8)


Built my PC last month. Got an EVGA GQ gold 750w and it's been brilliant so far. Quiet as a mouse even under load and the zero fan low load option is silent, obviously. I paid £85 from Amazon so heat for this.


Cheers. My RM650x has just gone bang (that's the second one). I'll flog that when I get a replacement. That's a 'no' to Corsair from now on and hello EVGA.


Hmmm.. I wouldn't really criticise super flower's leadex platform that a lot of them are based on.... ?

Toshiba 3TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive £58.91 @ CCL
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
Free Delivery

Has went up a couple quid. Will expire


£60.76 for me :(


Cracking drives with a great reputation, but no the cheapest out there for them. These do quite well for heavier uses too, have a pair of them running in a homeserver with non-24/7 usage and they work great as backup drives. Keep the more expensive NAS drives for the hot data. :)


Under £20 per TB new, very nice! Have some heat


Shows up as £61.27 for me. EDIT: Ignore this, desktop version of site shows this price.

Samsung 860 EVO 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD WITH FAR CRY 5 FREE £130.78 at CCL
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
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 Buy a qualifying SSD for a free download of Far… Read more

Over two weeks now and still no code (mad)


Anyone got their code yet? Was hoping to play it this weekend... (annoyed)


I'm considering to buy this to upgrade my 120GB External SSD I currently use to run Windows 10 on my iMac. I'm using a Sandisk 120GB inside a USAP-compatible enclosure. Speed is somewhat fine but I'm wondering if I used something like this, would I get even faster speeds? I'm either considering to buy another 500GB internal SSD and stick it in the enclosure or to simply buy this. I'd be installing Windows 10 back onto the drive.


I presume you mean the R5 2400g, in which case check out the video below. A few variables matter (RAM amount and speed especially), but assuming 1080p you'll be able to run at tweaked low-medium settings just fine, and it looks sufficiently good IMO. Overclocking the GPU will help considerably (while overclocking the CPU is largely a waste on this particular CPU). Great little APUs they are.


It does thank you.

DJI Mavic Pro Quadcopter Drone with 4K Camera | £699.97 @ CCL Online
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Dropped another £20 so now a great price from a UK seller. Pick up from their warehouse in Bradford also possible.



Rumours suggest the Mavic Pro 2 will be announced soon. Just a heads up, if you need the latest and greatest.


This or the Air? Pro has the range Air has better camera apparently. This seems like a good deal for the pro.


Nice result. Been there, done that. It’s the only way a lot of larger companies will listen to you.


I decided to stick to Pro. Way better battery, inteligent flight modes like cours lock and home lock that I find extremely useful. The descent rate is half of pro's and its using weaker remote transmission protocol. On the plus side it can record higher bitrate but comparing the quality after both have been uploaded (and compressed) to YouTube i don't see much difference.

ASUS ROG MAXIMUS IX APEX Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £119.99 @ CCL
Refreshed 4th MayRefreshed 4th May
Surely a misprice on this model, over £100 cheaper than anywhere else and in stock. Amazon are selling for £233.79 on the exact same motherboard. Even though it's not the current g… Read more

Lots of opinions about this board but, for any novices out there, one thing that doesn't seem to have been mentioned is that this board is an eATX board (Extended ATX Form Factor) which means there is no way this will physically fit in my case and it will be the same for quite a lot of people, so check your case specs before ordering!


Oh, what I'm saying isn't wrong, what you are saying is fairly obtuse.


Indeed thats what i am waiting for running a 6600k at the mo but that is 100% in some games might as well wait it out for intels 8 core and new ryzen


I never said a word about AMD. 8600K is no brainer at the price tag You mentioned. 8350K is great way too, with future upgrade option.


An old chipset and a whole set of new Intel chip security bugs are just about to be disclosed. Buying into Intel for, of all things, a performance rig at the moment - unless you really have to - is not a good decision.

Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Dual 8GB @CCL £447.30
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Cheaper at OCUK if your have free delivery (439.99) also also Amazon Price matched @ £447.30 it appears Amazon Linky A couple of "new" sellers on amazon with no feedback under… Read more

It appears the seller has now moved on anyways, probably a good thing for me. Thanks.


Yes but it's literally a pointless task plus you could end up waiting a bit to get your money credited back.


I've seen another product that seems too good to be true on Amazon. Would you know if Amazon would refund the money if nothing is received? Ta.


Not really, you know almost for a 99% fact they are scam sellers. Wouldn't waste the time.


Still worth a punt

Ryzen 2700x CPU Cheapest pre-order I've seen £279.99 @ CCLOnline
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Spotted this last night, seems to be free delivery too. Surprised it hasn't be posted yet.
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Just bare in mind the included Wraith Prism Coolers are selling on eBay for big money. One went last night for £72 plus postage. There is another on currently at £51 and counting.


I don't think anybody is stupid enough to buy a R5/R7 for the sole purpose of gaming, I hope not anyway. The 8 core chips are basically HEDT CPUs at a fraction of HEDT prices, that's their niche and that's who they're for.


Deary me this just goes on and on and on. Games may not always rely on clock speed going forward as they are underutilizing the CPUs with more cores. My 1700 utilisation is 30-40% when gaming so yes it can catch up. Just let it drop. You chose Intel. Congratulations on yr purchase.


Most games need good strong single core performance this is where Ryzen still falls short, so not a good choice in my opinion for gaming as it won't get any better & it can't catch up. Plus it's already behind Intel's last budget non K i5 8400 in single core performance so imagine where it will be in year or two when new cpu's are released. Best unbiased factual review and comparison from Hardware unboxed below tells you all you need to know.


Some people use PCs for things other than gaming. This is an endless debate that's just not worth having on every single deal posted for Ryzen CPUs. Gaming performance is perfectly decent. Multithreaded productivity performance is fantastic. Just leave it there and let people buy what they want. Games will utilize more threads going forward so it's a very good choice of CPU.

Samsung 960 EVO 250GB M.2-2280 SSD with Free Far Cry 5 at CCL for £106.34
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
I've seen the other deals on here and this one is slightly cheaper, free delivery and comes with Far Cry 5 which alone is £50, my key was emailed within 3 days. I bought this rece… Read more
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Thanks for the info bud! I ain’t to worried about using another m.2 as I don’t really need the storage but I just have one laying around. I would rather not use it if it drops the lanes on my gpu! Even if it doesn’t really effect performance! Thanks again


I have the same board, the M2 slot is limited to 10Gb/s, I used the adaptor in the 2nd GPU slot which is gen 3 x4 and it gives full read and write speeds but does indeed drop the first PCIE slot down to 8x but in the real world it has very little effect on limiting the 1080 of which I have also, I get 2700/1300 speed which isn't far off the max, on Samsung Magician benchmark I get full read/write speed.


I have a cross hair hero vi so already have a Samsung EVO plugged into its m.2 slot. I no I could use this adapter and get another m.2 but I don’t understand the pcie Lane useage? Would this throttle my gpu? (1080) down to 8lanes? Confused


Thanks purchased. Although re-stock is 19th.


I wouldn't buy this for the game unless you plan to resell it.

kingston 16GB USB 3.0 Drive cheap - £3.91 @ CCL
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Good deal for Kingston 16gb usb 3 drive price has gone up to 3.99 and free delivery is not showing on page any more?

Back in stock at £3.97


Amazon Echo. Order via Alexa and free delivery even below the normal £20 minimum.


Now this has been expired, for an alternative for £3.80 Kingston USB 3.1


Hows that work ?


Good price