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EVGA P2 Platinum 80+ 650W PSU £100.60 @ CCL Online.
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Found 7th DecFound 7th Dec
Still £122.99 at Amazon. Fully modular, 92% efficient under typical loads
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Bought semi modular 750 gq last week on sale too, great standard these psu’s

icecreamwoman1 m ago

Heard from who? The fan doesn't even start under typical loads.What did …Heard from who? The fan doesn't even start under typical loads.What did the person youve heard its loud from have running off of it?

some users reported on scan website that their units are louder than expected under load...its a good psu but I dont know man. Noise and lack of digital monitoring is an issu? No?

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Karmazyn8 m ago

I have heard that p2 is loud and corsair rmi 750 is better.



Heard from who? The fan doesn't even start under typical loads.

What did the person youve heard its loud from have running off of it?

I have heard that p2 is loud and corsair rmi 750 is better.
AOC Q2778VQE 27" QHD LED Monitor - £189.99 @ CCLOnline
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27inch 1440p monitor for under £200. £189.99 for today only, back to £199.99 after that. 2560 x 1440 1ms response time 60hz (possibly 75hz) Yes it’s TN but lots of good reviews (6… Read more
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Back up to £199.99 now. Don’t follow the link on here as says discontinued, that’s only at the £189.99 price though. Still on the site for £199.99. Good monitor even at that price IMO

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buckiebull8 h, 46 m ago

I'm looking for a 24" Gaming monitor for roundabout £200 my GFX card is a …I'm looking for a 24" Gaming monitor for roundabout £200 my GFX card is a 1080ti but is any 1440p ok or should i get 4k do i need g-sync or freesync i was told a while ago in post but well that was a while ago!any help plz


1440 and G-Sync with an NVidia graphics card would be ideal, however not sure that would come in the budget.

1440 definitely is essential though from what I’ve read. Gaming in 4K is not always preferred, nice for general use though

Thanks OP, been watching this on Amazon for a while now, this has finally made me bite.
I did look at the 32" but it doesn't have a VESA mount and thought it will probably be too big.
In theory this should be sharper as it's the same resolution.

I'm looking for a 24" Gaming monitor for roundabout £200
my GFX card is a 1080ti but is any 1440p ok or should i get 4k do i need g-sync or freesync i was told a while ago in post but well that was a while ago!
any help plz

OpineDevine2 h, 32 m ago

Isn't the 31.5 inch 1440p monitor here better …Isn't the 31.5 inch 1440p monitor here better value?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/aoc-q3279vwf-qhd-315-inch-hdmi-dvi-monitor-black-19999-amazon-2832752


some people prefer smaller screens
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Corsair TX850M 850W PSU for £89.99 @ CCL Online
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Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
Corsair TX850M 850W Semi-Modular 80+ Gold PSU It is semi-modular despite what the website says. Seems to be a very good price. Amazon have it at £108.95 on sale. https://www.amazo… Read more

sqlguerrilla1 h, 30 m ago

not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. …not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. Unfortunately you posted CX and not TX. Thanks anyway.




oh right. whoops!

tx650 is 70. it was 58 a few days ago

amazon.co.uk/Cor…-21
Edited by: "upset.brown.pant" 28th Nov

upset.brown.pant22 m ago

so you can post the deal? yeah, …so you can post the deal? yeah, sure:http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Corsair-CX750M-750W-ATX-80-Bronze-PC-Power-Supply-Black-120mm-Fan-Protection-PSU-/400777452529https://www.maplin.co.uk/p/corsair-cx750m-750w-semi-modular-atx-80-plus-bronze-power-supply-n35nuhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CP-9020061-UK-Builder-CXM750-Semi-Modular/dp/B00ALK3QRS/


not really. I am after a TX650 or 750 and for that price i would buy it. Unfortunately you posted CX and not TX.
Thanks anyway.

upset.brown.pant1 h, 8 m ago

the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores. …the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores. hth


link please ?

the 750 version is currently £72 at maplin & their ebay and amazon stores.

hth

EndlessWaves9 h, 42 m ago

Of course there are more failure reports, they sell in greater numbers. …Of course there are more failure reports, they sell in greater numbers. They're probably not equally durable, but I do believe they're sufficiently durable that the vast majority will replace them due to obsolescence rather than failure.As for the Antec 350W This was back in the days before anyone had heard of seasonic, corsair, EVGA or anyone else who is popular today. Every power supply was a grey box and the top of the range 9800Pro graphics card I had at the time drew about 60W. I doubt it was still under warranty but I can't even remember which model it was.Again, if you're building an ultra-reliable system then maybe it's worth it, but this is aimed at the market that's overclocking CPUs, using non-ECC memory and other stuff that'll likely impact reliability far more.


I think you are greatly misrepresenting PSUs with a lack of proper knowledge, basing it off your limited experience of your own PSUs and a refusal to consider the benefits of higher quality units.

This isn't about 'ultra-reliable' systems.

I'll tell you what, you can recommend, to your friends, that they cheap out on the PSU. Built 20+ PCs for people. See how things work out in the medium to long run.

I can tell you from a sample of around 20-30 PCs constructed, 100+ PCs serviced, and countless discussions on top of those without first hand experience... The PSU is the worst part of the PC to save 20-30 bucks on.

I also can't believe you would suggest a budget PSU for someone who is looking to Overclock a system. That's actually even a worse situation to be in.

When you are pushing the limits of your hardware, unstable rails are the *worst* thing you can subject your motherboard/CPU/GPU to.

Nate149235 m ago

I mean, do you believe those were good PSUs? Those, to me, sound like very …I mean, do you believe those were good PSUs? Those, to me, sound like very run of the mill PSUs followed by one that got hit by lightning.Was it under Warranty? Because you could get it warrantied, you know, like this one.Also, are you seriously saying you don't believe that cheaper, mainstream, PSUs have a higher chance of failure?Do yourself the favor and google it, like, just for a few minutes and check just how many horror stories abound.There is so much information, I can't even begin to parse it for you.I'm not saying the XFX XT is cheap ( I think it's a rebranded Seasonic, which is a pretty decent make)... But the generic advice of 'cheap is fine' is not good advice.


Of course there are more failure reports, they sell in greater numbers. They're probably not equally durable, but I do believe they're sufficiently durable that the vast majority will replace them due to obsolescence rather than failure.

As for the Antec 350W This was back in the days before anyone had heard of seasonic, corsair, EVGA or anyone else who is popular today. Every power supply was a grey box and the top of the range 9800Pro graphics card I had at the time drew about 60W. I doubt it was still under warranty but I can't even remember which model it was.

Again, if you're building an ultra-reliable system then maybe it's worth it, but this is aimed at the market that's overclocking CPUs, using non-ECC memory and other stuff that'll likely impact reliability far more.

EndlessWaves29 m ago

Again, evidence is needed that a mainstream PSU is in any way dangerous or …Again, evidence is needed that a mainstream PSU is in any way dangerous or more likely to cause problems. Nobody's even attempted to provide it yet. It's a nice idea, but it's never worked out in practice for me.My first PSU purchase was an Antec 350W that died near the end of the first system's life. The next system had a Tagan 480W that is still going but lacks PCI-E connectors. So I needed a new PSU for the system after that, which was an 82% efficient Enermax 525W. That one survived an (indirect) lighting strike but was no good for my current PC because it was too large for my new case.In over fifteen years I've never been able to reuse a PSU. That sort of gamble may be worth a fiver, but I wouldn't call the odds particularly favourable.



I mean, do you believe those were good PSUs? Those, to me, sound like very run of the mill PSUs followed by one that got hit by lightning.

Was it under Warranty? Because you could get it warrantied, you know, like this one.

Also, are you seriously saying you don't believe that cheaper, mainstream, PSUs have a higher chance of failure?

Do yourself the favor and google it, like, just for a few minutes and check just how many horror stories abound.

There is so much information, I can't even begin to parse it for you.

I'm not saying the XFX XT is cheap ( I think it's a rebranded Seasonic, which is a pretty decent make)... But the generic advice of 'cheap is fine' is not good advice.

Nate14921 h, 4 m ago

Maybe this XFX is an ok PSU, but the generic advice of 'just get the …Maybe this XFX is an ok PSU, but the generic advice of 'just get the cheaper PSU' is so far from good advice I would say it borders on dangerous.


Again, evidence is needed that a mainstream PSU is in any way dangerous or more likely to cause problems. Nobody's even attempted to provide it yet.
Nate14921 h, 4 m ago

Apart from the efficiency aspects, simply have more stable 12/5/3.3v rails …Apart from the efficiency aspects, simply have more stable 12/5/3.3v rails makes your hardware last longer.Buying a 'good' PSU means they often include 5-7-10 year warranties and they actually last for multiple builds, while a 'bad' or 'cheap' PSU has 2-3 year Warranties and isn't built to last.The XFX from above is a 3 year Warranty.


It's a nice idea, but it's never worked out in practice for me.

My first PSU purchase was an Antec 350W that died near the end of the first system's life. The next system had a Tagan 480W that is still going but lacks PCI-E connectors. So I needed a new PSU for the system after that, which was an 82% efficient Enermax 525W. That one survived an (indirect) lighting strike but was no good for my current PC because it was too large for my new case.

In over fifteen years I've never been able to reuse a PSU. That sort of gamble may be worth a fiver, but I wouldn't call the odds particularly favourable.

EndlessWaves2 h, 14 m ago

Peak efficiency varies depending on the design and can be anywhere between …Peak efficiency varies depending on the design and can be anywhere between 50% and 80%. Most PSUs on the market have very similar efficiency at 50% and 60%, which would mean a 650W PSU was just as efficient as an 800W one in that example.Given there's often a big drop off in efficiency at lower power draws a 650W PSU would often be more efficient overall than an 800W PSU. Certainly in percentage terms, actual kwh would depend on the relative models and use of the computer.But as mentioned above, 400W is a huge power draw, most systems are well below that.



Not really at all.

400W power draw is quite common actually, and to suggest a 650W PSU would 'often be more efficient' than an 800W PSU is generically wrong.

jonnyguru.com/mod…500

jonnyguru.com/mod…494


Have a look at Jonny's site, he does a TON of testing and you can see that almost every single 'model equivalent' PSU has the higher W models performing better.

Maybe this XFX is an ok PSU, but the generic advice of 'just get the cheaper PSU' is so far from good advice I would say it borders on dangerous.


Apart from the efficiency aspects, simply have more stable 12/5/3.3v rails makes your hardware last longer.

Buying a 'good' PSU means they often include 5-7-10 year warranties and they actually last for multiple builds, while a 'bad' or 'cheap' PSU has 2-3 year Warranties and isn't built to last.

The XFX from above is a 3 year Warranty. The EVGA SuperNOVA from this post is 7 years.

That by itself should be enough to convince a potential shopper.

Also, modular PSUs are *absolutely awesome* for disassembly and adjustment as you can leave all your tiddied cables in place while you remove the PSU.
ASUS FX553 15.6" 8GB 1TB Core i5 Gaming Laptop - £749.99 @ CCLOnline
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Found 27th NovFound 27th Nov
could not find it cheaper..decents specs for the prices ..and didnt want to spend more for my son Xmas present..

As well as the 2GB v 4GB, comparing the images - there is an extra port between USB/HDMI on the OP photographs versus the ebuyer link. Basically there are subtle differences.

freak12310 m ago

NO! the ebuyer link is a 2gb graphics card


Also the ebuyer has 1TB 5400RPM drive, the CCL one has a 1TB 7200RPM AND a 128GB SSD.

Not sure 2GB of VRAM and the hard drive upgrades are worth £150.

NO! the ebuyer link is a 2gb graphics card

E buyer laptop is a totally different machine. No ssd. No optical drive. Differerent hard drive.

Does this have an m.2 slot for an ssd?
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MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8GB Graphics Card £419.99 @ CCL
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Found 26th NovFound 26th Nov
Cheaper than the scan deal

RyanBest23 h, 0 m ago

I don't liek that. Deals like that should be of the benefit to those who …I don't liek that. Deals like that should be of the benefit to those who actually wanted to buy the card. You robbed someone of a genuine decent deal.


Too bad. It helped me pay a £166 vet bill today, should I care? lol

ritchiedrama6 h, 26 m ago

[Image] Good for you I guess!



I.....I hate you so much, congrats. Dying to upgrade my GTX 970 but both the 1070ti and 1080 are too right for my blood right now, and a 1070 just doesn't seem worth it.

ritchiedrama1 m ago

[Image] Good for you I guess!


Got my fingers crossed for you its genuine then. Right bargain. How do you even find deals like that? Every time I checked pcpartpicker and Amazon it's never the price it shows.

bbfb1233 m ago

I'm really struggling to believe that.


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Good for you I guess!

ritchiedrama13 h, 5 m ago

I got a Zotac 1080 for £228 a few days ago at like 5 am off Amazon …I got a Zotac 1080 for £228 a few days ago at like 5 am off Amazon Warehouse!


I'm really struggling to believe that.

bingowings852 h, 53 m ago

I'd rather spend £30 on good air than cheap water. Do cpus even get that …I'd rather spend £30 on good air than cheap water. Do cpus even get that hot these days?


**cough** coffeelake, kabylake, skylake **cough**

But true, £ for £ ive found air better to.
It shouldnt be, but i guess you cant make a decent rad for air cooler prices.

I'd rather spend £30 on good air than cheap water. Do cpus even get that hot these days?

I was tempted but looks like it's pretty noisy compared to a lot of air coolers.


anandtech.com/sho…dup

Has anyone got any reviews on what this is like? In need of a new cooling system on a budget 😋

The cooler's getting hot.
ASUS VG248QE 24" HD LED 144Hz Monitor inc free PC dowload of Assassin's Creed: Origins - £199.99 @ CCL Online
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Found 24th NovFound 24th Nov
Featuring a 144Hz refresh rate, and 1ms response time, the 24-inch VG248QE LED Full HD monitor delivers the best performance for fluid gaming and movie playback. Now with GamePlus,… Read more

TimmoUK14 h, 5 m ago

Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a …Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.



shop.bt.com/pro…d7b


£188.29 including delivery!

Also need to think about games. Currently playing games 5-10 years old. Civ 4/5. Warhammer 40k the original game.

Current monitor - The Dell E228WFP’s fast 5ms response time, high contrast ratio and 1680x1050 resolution lets you view images, documents, graphics and video with stunning detail, vivid color and fluid motion. The performance of the Dell 22” monitor is one more reason why Dell is America’s #1 source for flat-panel displays.

TimmoUK12 m ago

Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a …Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.



Reading between lines from my searches.
I have a 6gb 1060 nvida card and a Ryzen 1600. From what I have read the suggestion is the 1060 won't likely reach the 144 FPS with full graphics. Also it's suggested 1080p works better at 24 inches compared to 27 inches.

I note John Lewis were selling this for £139 a year ago making me this could be over priced for a 4 year old monitor. I wonder if a 75hz monitor at 24 inches may be better for me. Albeit this looks to be a great monitor.

Question is in 5-10 years time will I keep this 1060 card? It's only 1-2 months old.

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gummby3 h, 35 m ago

Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange …Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange really. Assuming you only want 1080P. 144hz refresh is nice if you have a decent graphics card. You'll need it for games that run over 60FPS.If you are not bothered about the refresh rate then a cheaper model might do. I am wondering if I should go 24 or 27 inch.


Depends on your setup. Will it be your only monitor or secondary? If its a single monitor setup I would go for 27". Personally I have a 29" ultra wide for primary and a 24" secondary above which works well for me.

Considering this monitor is now 4 years old not really. Quite strange really. Assuming you only want 1080P. 144hz refresh is nice if you have a decent graphics card. You'll need it for games that run over 60FPS.

If you are not bothered about the refresh rate then a cheaper model might do.

I am wondering if I should go 24 or 27 inch.
Hyundai H2S 750GB USB3.0 mobile external SSD drive at CCL Online for £162.95
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Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
750GB capacity external SSD drive, with USB3/USB2 connectivity. Niche, but could be good for carting large amounts of media around if you don't want to be handcuffed to the speed o… Read more

jomay20 h, 11 m ago

Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop …Isn't it the next logical step, now that Google and Apple develop self-driving cars? It makes me wonder whether these predictions by GM about cars crashing randomly will finally become reality:https://www-users.cs.york.ac.uk/susan/joke/crash.htm

​Woo a York uni computer science department link hehe

JC199716 h, 23 m ago

A car manufacturer making computer accessories



In South Korea, Hyundai makes many things.

Wonder if this SSD comes with a 5 year unlimited mile warranty?

OK a bit of investigation and it seems it has 2.5 SATA SD in it, the smaller drives have a "HG5d" which has about 500 MB/s read and write. Am still trying to see what drive the 750GB is

groppo12 h, 54 m ago

do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?



Yes can we take this apart and use as an internal drive? and it is a 2.5 or M.2 drive and sata or PCIE?

do these have sata or m.2 ssd inside?
Seagate FireCuda 2TB SATA III 3.5" Hybrid Drive + free Assassins Creed Origins at CCL Online for £85.97
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Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
7200RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 64MB Cache 3.5” Form Factor 5 Year Warranty Free delivery Entitles you to a free copy of Assassins Creed Origins PC version via redemption co… Read more

Free AC makes this sooooo worth it. Hot+

Maevoric28 s ago

2tb cache? Lol




It has 8GB NAND and 64MB cache. Oh well

rev61 h, 50 m ago

It's a 2TB drive. What did you expect?

2tb cache? Lol

Lucifer_UK3 m ago

64mb cache? Nah thanks




It's a 2TB drive. What did you expect?

64mb cache? Nah thanks
AOC Q3279VWF 31.5" 1440p 75Hz MVA 5ms gtg Freesync Monitor (Pre Order) £249.99 @ CCL
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Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
This monitor is starting to appear for pre order, CCL is £20 cheaper than Amazon https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B0777TRHPQ/? and £50 cheaper than Overclockers https://www.overclock… Read more
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CCL have now price-matched Amazon at 199.00 (yes, Amazon dropped another 99p), but stock won't be in until 20th Dec. Supposedly, Overclockers UK will get the first stock batch ahead of anyone else, which I find a bit surprising myself.

£199.99 on Amazon
Edited by moderator: "trimmed link" 22nd Nov

Original Poster

Sigh. Look, try to understand, yes it's nice to have nice toys and play a game at it's full potential, but for people to say rubbish like "5ms is no good for fps games" IN THIS THREAD (check the top comment) is nonsense.

I am perfectly aware of the balance between quality and frame rate, it's rather insulting that you seem to think I didn't. The difference between us is you seem to be in the camp that thinks high frame rates are worth sacrificing any semblance of visual quality for, while I like many people would prefer to have a more balanced approach.

I'm not saying you are wrong, you just have a different preference which is fine, but don't tell me I'm confused and if I only experienced the promised land I'd be a convert. Here's the news - I have experienced it and decided it wasn't worth the loss of quality or the expense of a 1080ti.

Putterill2 h, 13 m ago

High FPS monitors need top end GPUs unless you are only playing esports, …High FPS monitors need top end GPUs unless you are only playing esports, it's well out of the reach of most gamers. Yes it's a better experience but it's not ESSENTIAL which all the "5ms/60fps is no good for gaming" comments on almost any monitor deal posted would have you beleive.



There are plenty of games that support high refresh rates.

You are confusing 'max graphics, max FPS' with 'High FPS'.

CS:GO, DOOM, and others fit that bill.

But who said it was essential in this thread? You are changing the narrative from 'Ferrari v Ford' to 'Essential'.

I think none of those really capture the real nature of the difference.

If you play games that benefit from high FPS, such as shooters, racers, or any fast turning/moving game... Then you'll see a big difference.

If you play games like Civ, League, Dota, or other top down slower games, 60fps is perfectly ok.

But again, if you haven't tried 120/144hz and you are just assuming things, maybe you should give it a serious try, you may see the massive difference and understand what many people see, or you won't notice, as a lot of others don't see.

I can notice the difference on my monitor, my wife can't.

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Nate14921 h, 19 m ago

The thing is, it's not like saying a Ferrari is better. It's like saying a …The thing is, it's not like saying a Ferrari is better. It's like saying a v6 has more horsepower than a v4 and just 'feels' better.We aren't talking about premium money for premium's sake, There are affordable 120-144hz monitors.


High FPS monitors need top end GPUs unless you are only playing esports, it's well out of the reach of most gamers. Yes it's a better experience but it's not ESSENTIAL which all the "5ms/60fps is no good for gaming" comments on almost any monitor deal posted would have you beleive.
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB Card + Destiny 2 £492.94 @ CCL Online
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Found 9th NovFound 9th Nov
Seems like a good deal if you are in for the game and the card. Has been lower previously by £24 without the game and no free delivery.
Get dealGet deal

I have this exact card and no issues. Even with the fans at 100% it's still very quiet.

Do Gigabyte still have dodgy fans on the Windforce models or have they fixed this now

Would jump on this if it Asus or EVGA, maybe I'm a gaming snob but graphics card wise I've always gone with those 2 and never had any issues

windforce = hot and noisy plus as a bonus coil whine
Seagate 8TB Archive 3.5" Hard Drive £180.18 @ CCL
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Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
for those who want to store large amounts of files for the drive to fail and files become unrecoverable :^)

daskapital16 h, 5 m ago

Shingled disk and slow. Still not a bad price though. But id rather spend …Shingled disk and slow. Still not a bad price though. But id rather spend the £40 and get the 8TB WD NAS disk


I get really decent write speeds when transferring data to it, so far the few I have have lasted a lot better (2 years and counting) than the sh@@ty old seagate 3TB I used to have

Alyosha9 h, 32 m ago

Yes. In fact my advice would be to buy a pair. Just in case, ya know...



Make sure they're from different batches! It's pretty common for failure times to be quite close from the same batch if you're unlucky.

jai4716 h, 3 m ago

What is the difference between all these drives now-a-days? Some say …What is the difference between all these drives now-a-days? Some say Archive, others NAS or Desktop or some other label.Are they not all the same thing???Or is there a difference in firmware that makes an Archive Drive "last longer" by idling more often?


In addition to the NAS vs Desktop stuff above, Archive drives layer their tracks slightly over each other. It's great for storage density but much like a tiled roof, if you want to replace just one tile (sector) you'll have to rip up all the surrounding ones to do it. This makes them great for writing data to the first time but slow after that, hence, good for archival. Tbh they'd also be good for NASes since for a home user you're limited by 1gbit ethernet so the reduced speed won't be noticed.

DownHill91126 m ago

What is this?I have two already.Do I need the third?! :-)



Yes. In fact my advice would be to buy a pair. Just in case, ya know...

What is this?
I have two already.
Do I need the third?! :-)
Samsung EVO 850 250GB 2.5" SATA III SSD + free Assassin's Creed Origins PC version £89.40 @ CCL
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Found 4th NovFound 4th Nov
Drive specs: 250GB SATA III Interface 2.5" form factor Up to 540MB/s Read, 520MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 97000 4K IOPS Write: 88000 5 Year Warranty Seems like an amazing de… Read more

rog4th Nov

thats a great drive and deal i got the Free Pc download of Rainbow Six …thats a great drive and deal i got the Free Pc download of Rainbow Six Siege deal when it was on offer last time Heat Added


Rainbow six siege costs only £6
Edited by: "Nero_J-104548388403045933" 26th Nov

Original Poster

Now 10p cheaper still. Woohoo! Thread amended.

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bystander13 m ago

Is it really a good price now? Around spring I bought this for 77.



It's potentially cheaper than that now, if you resell the game code.

Is it really a good price now? Around spring I bought this for 77.

alecb5th Nov

A few years ago you could have got $4 for £1.What you could have got …A few years ago you could have got $4 for £1.What you could have got yesterday or a few years ago is irrelevant to what you can get today.Get over it!Where is your proof that this was ever £49.99?


32390924-y2ZkW.jpgOK so it wasn't £49.99 but I wasn't far off......
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ARMOR 11GB Graphics Card - CCL Online £649.99
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Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Ti ARMOR 11GB Graphics Card Decent price for 1080TI. 11GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan Nvidia GPU Boost Tec… Read more

xstrio22nd Oct

just what I need for my mining rig

Buy the strix for another 100 from ebuyer. Then sell the destiny and creed games codes for about 35 earch after fees. Meaning 30 on top. Much better long term for your rigs. Glad i did it. Temps are much better. Probably longer lifespan

Sctatch that... 720 with games at scan
Edited by: "jaymorgangrice" 25th Oct

just what I need for my mining rig

peekaboo927 h, 54 m ago

Yep I have the 1060 version of this and it gets loud too but sits at about …Yep I have the 1060 version of this and it gets loud too but sits at about 72°



A 1080Ti produces a lot more heat than a 1060. That cooler is sufficient for a 1060 or 1070, but for a 1080 or 1080Ti, it's just not enough. Great if you want to scrap the cooler for a water block though.

Aretak3 h, 23 m ago

It's worth noting that the cooler on this model is pretty poor and very …It's worth noting that the cooler on this model is pretty poor and very loud (louder than even the Founders Edition).https://www.gamersnexus.net/hwreviews/2927-msi-1080ti-armor-review-high-temps


Yep I have the 1060 version of this and it gets loud too but sits at about 72°

The spinal tap of 1080's
Fractal Design Kelvin S24 240mm AIO Water Cooling System £60.87 @ CCL online
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Fractal Design Kelvin S24 Water Cooling AIO System Available on cclonline for £60.87. TCB 1.1% and the £3 off £15 are available for this if you opt into the TCB offer and buy befo… Read more

Halfmad16th Sep

AIO v Full WC loopAIO cheaperAIO takes less time to installAIO require …AIO v Full WC loopAIO cheaperAIO takes less time to installAIO require less maintenanceWC is marginally cooler (depending on how well it's done)WC tends to look betterAIO pumps are a crap shoot and you've got twice as many as a WC loopHonestly AIO is pretty good value, unless you are building a show-PC there's little point in WC loops these days.


After spending nearly £350 on my loop (and several 'oh crap, I need another £30-70 in extra parts' sessions... I tend to agree with you.

I just really wanted to water cool my 1080ti and I may as well cool my i7-6700 at the same time (although it never got past 48C using a £25 air cooler from arctic)

Live and learn
I just missed out on a £23 (after 40 percent student discount amazon warehouse deal) closed loop cooler because I was on the fence about if I really needed to water cool the Pentium G4560T 35W CPU I bought for my NAS server / miner

robodan9183 h, 52 m ago

I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom …I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom loop, as you'd need 2aio's (1 for gpu, 1 for cpu) to get the performance of a custom loop. Obvious benefit is cost. If I was just starting out with water cooling (and I had enough specs in my case for 2 rads) I'd go aio.Great price - heat added


AIO v Full WC loop

AIO cheaper
AIO takes less time to install
AIO require less maintenance
WC is marginally cooler (depending on how well it's done)
WC tends to look better
AIO pumps are a crap shoot and you've got twice as many as a WC loop

Honestly AIO is pretty good value, unless you are building a show-PC there's little point in WC loops these days.

I like the simplicity of aio coolers but it still can't beat the custom loop, as you'd need 2aio's (1 for gpu, 1 for cpu) to get the performance of a custom loop.

Obvious benefit is cost. If I was just starting out with water cooling (and I had enough specs in my case for 2 rads) I'd go aio.
Great price - heat added

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zed6853 m ago

Normal price, same from amazon


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they pricematched cclonline yesterday. but ccl dropped further. this is the lowest price it's ever been.
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Normal price, same from amazon
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Cooler Master MasterCase 5 For £66.66 @ cclonline
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I've been looking for a case and saw this for a great deal. I have seen the pro version for ~£110 on amazon but to my understanding it only has the extra accessories. The glass is … Read more
Get dealGet deal

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oscarfs20 h, 28 m ago

Deal has finished. Price gone up to £90


Thanks for the reminder!

Deal has finished. Price gone up to £90

Can anyone recommend a cheap case with led fans.. Got an matx mobo.. Thanks in advance

Cool. Great practical case for a great price but for well built PC.
Definetely not for gaming boy 12-14 y/o who loves everything led-lighted and weird shapes with 0 practicality.

Ev0lution18 m ago

Lol no problem 'pal'As you are a big Amazon fan, try this, you will love …Lol no problem 'pal'As you are a big Amazon fan, try this, you will love it.Amazon Warehouse



Thanks Mate you would like this ??GTX 1080ti
And This if you can Afford it Gumtree
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Gigabyte Z270X-Ultra Gaming Motherboard with free Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Cooler £134.99 @ CCL
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Gigabyte Z270X-Ultra Gaming Motherboard with free Cooler Master Hyper 212 LED Cooler £134.99 @ CCL Computers with free delivery.
Get dealGet deal

dfunked11th Sep

Unless you absolutely need to build something tomorrow then you're better …Unless you absolutely need to build something tomorrow then you're better off waiting a bit.



Funny you should mention that... I almost literally need to build one tomorrow
Damn thing keeps offering me the Creators Update and failing. Clean install doesn't work ether, so I figured it's time to start afresh...

dfunked15 h, 42 m ago

Still nothing concrete to go on... The latest rumours (take with a pinch …Still nothing concrete to go on... The latest rumours (take with a pinch of salt!) are that 8th gen processors might work on 200 series boards just without processor graphics working. Haven't really seen anything about 7th gen working on z370 though.



xchaotic14 h, 42 m ago

CoffeeLake goes up to 6 cores, I honestly don't think 200 series chipset …CoffeeLake goes up to 6 cores, I honestly don't think 200 series chipset are going to support that. The leaked roadmap shows that there will be 2xx (280?) motherboards released way after 3xx motherboards - they want to mil early adopters on the CPU AND the chipset and only release cheaper chipsets much later. Allowing backwards compatibility would mess with their cow milking plans.



Thanks both for sharing what you know. I guess i will wait till the end of this year before refreshing my build. Planning on downsizing to a mATX. and currently rocking a 6600k and Z170 board.

dfunked1 h, 0 m ago

Still nothing concrete to go on... The latest rumours (take with a pinch …Still nothing concrete to go on... The latest rumours (take with a pinch of salt!) are that 8th gen processors might work on 200 series boards just without processor graphics working. Haven't really seen anything about 7th gen working on z370 though.


CoffeeLake goes up to 6 cores, I honestly don't think 200 series chipset are going to support that. The leaked roadmap shows that there will be 2xx (280?) motherboards released way after 3xx motherboards - they want to mil early adopters on the CPU AND the chipset and only release cheaper chipsets much later. Allowing backwards compatibility would mess with their cow milking plans.

iwednesday6 h, 45 m ago

Do you know if the Z370 will work with 6th and/or 7th gen chips too?


Still nothing concrete to go on... The latest rumours (take with a pinch of salt!) are that 8th gen processors might work on 200 series boards just without processor graphics working. Haven't really seen anything about 7th gen working on z370 though.
Cooler Master MasterCase 5 Pro Black Case £79.86 @ CCL
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Looking like a decent price for this CM case as £109 from Amazon and more from other retailers. Full specs on website.

thanks for this one, need a case and this looks a good deal

Syst3mzero14 h, 25 m ago

It Ain't pretty, but looks like you could fit up some awesome cooling.


Subjective.

I quite like the look the Master range, current using a MasterBox Lite 3.1 and it's actually really nice.
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Heat added Frank
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steveuk14 m ago

What code is that?



Code!? please share Vassy
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Windforce 8GB Card £469.98 @ CCL Online
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Noticed there was an EVGA 1080 posted for £509 with Destiny. I think this looks like a cracking deal also.

That 1080ti is a very good price. Looking on Ebay I could sell my 1080 for £450+ no problem so it would literally cost under
£300 to buy it.

cmahey10 m ago

Only a tenner, lol.


I know but no one seems to mention it when they quote OCUK deals.

I'm not sure exactly but this feels like it's the lowest it's ever been. I still won't bite though. I'm holding out for black friday, preferably want to get my hands on a Ti.

cmahey3 h, 59 m ago

This seems decent too for a GTX 1080 Ti @ …This seems decent too for a GTX 1080 Ti @ £659.99:https://www.overclockers.co.uk/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1080ti-gaming-oc-black-11264mb-gddr5x-pci-express-graphics-card-gx-19h-gi.html#free_items



Plus £9.90 delivery