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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. *US Layout!
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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!


There is one key that moves around but you're unlikely to use it unless you're a programmer, that punctuation to the left of Z

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 :/

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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

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.


User benchmarks mean a lot more than figures given out by manufacturers. Do you trust marketing departments or real world benchmarks from people's actual computers (worts and all)? I know which one id trust more. As been said previously though, 99% lot people won't notice the difference.

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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!

ADATA XPG SX8200 480GB M.2 PCI Express 3.0 NVMe  £104.99 Delivered @ CCL
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Right. This is now currently the best price for this very well reviewed drive, down from £108 yesterday. Think I'll wait until the 960GB hits around £200 which at this rate might … Read more

I don’t know where you got that from. iFixit has a teardown of the new 2018 MBP and the flash storage is soldered to the logic board as before. Worse still, Apple’s salvage solution for the 2016-17 MBPs with failing logic boards won’t work for this. Data is no longer recoverable.


You're right for the most part, however the 2018 Macbook Pro uses an NVME SSD for the storage which is upgradeable.


Generally speaking, yes, however the 2018 MacBook Pro SSD is an exception to this rule.


It will with a Sintech adapter but you would have to disable hibernation as the firmware of the 2014 does not offer native support for NVMe drives. Also read this thread:


Would this work in a MacBook Pro Mid 2014?

Crucial MX500 500GB 2.5" SATA III SSD + 5 year warranty and free delivery - £75.99 @ CCLOnline
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
IT’S WORTH IT.Every time you turn on your computer, you’re using your storage drive. It holds all your irreplaceable files and it loads and saves almost everything your system does… Read more

only 76p more at Amazon. bought Weds and fitted yesterday. Old Tosh has a new lease of life.


Yep jeez didn't last long I'll expire now thanks for the heads up!


now says £105 when you follow link and google search


I have found this also in the past also, at least you can use it after the update


Thanks Ergun (y)

ASUS VivoBook 15 X540UA 15.6" 8GB Core i7 Laptop £479.99 at  CCLOnline - Cheapest i7 laptop i have ever seen
Found 15th AugFound 15th Aug
Intel Core i7 7500U Processor Enormous 8GB Memory Intel HD 620 Graphics Optical Drive: None Huge 1TB Hard Drive Windows 10

I wouldnt be happy with that either :)


There are only three 7th gen i7 mobile CPU's that are faster than the slowest 8th gen i5 mobile CPU (i5-8250u). And those 7th gen i7 cpu's are stupidly expensive and very power hungry for mobile processors. Just because its an i7 does not mean its good.


you cant have looked much if this this the chepest i7 you found. this is old tech


i7 Dual Core, thats why its cheap.


Is Full HD 1080 x 1024 the new post brexit HD specs?

Kingston SSDNow M.2 SATA G2 240GB M.2-2280 SSD £46.34 @ CCL
Found 13th AugFound 13th Aug
Kingston's M.2 SATA G2 SSD is a thin and compact, caseless internal solidstate drive that combines high capacity with low power consumption to serve as a reliable caching device or… Read more
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Not a problem mate!


Thanks for the detailed explanation. Not been up to date with recent trends.


Not exactly no. PCIe stands for pci express - a much improved version of the pci bus used on pretty much every motherboard. The pci bus generally means to most of us the pci / pcie slots that we typically plug add-in / expansion cards into such as sound cards or graphics cards. The bus does also control other elements too but it is essentially a high speed interface between the addin cards and the processor. NVMe is a new type of storage controller specifically for Non Volatile Memory based storage. It utilises the pci express bus to tape into the high speed lanes to the processor and memory etc. NVMe addin cards that plug into a pci express slot were the first drives to appear. They were and still are expensive compared to regular SATA SSD or hard drives. These newer NVMe drives available now use the M2 slot (a new slot that’s been out about 18 months or so) to tap into pci express bus. You can still get non-NVMe drives that fit this new socket. Their technology is still the same as most SATA 2.5” SSD drives but they are in the newer M2 form factor. They aren’t generally as quick as NVMe drives though as they can’t make use of the pcie bus and instead tap into a regular SATA port (albeit indirectly) I.e. no attached cable into a SATA port just the M2 interface consumes the SATA port to function. Hope this helps. Sorry if I’m teaching you to suck eggs !


Are NVMe and PCIe one and the same? I just bought the Lenovo Ideapad 520s that comes with just a 128 GB SSD. Do you think this will be good addon for a second ssd?


Does anyone know if this would be suitable for an early 2015 12” retina MacBook

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooler Kit at CCL Online for £39.99
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Perfect if you are after a blue LED. Really good price for a decent liquid cooler. (excited) Main Features Preserving Parts - Liquid heated by the CPU is isolated from sensiti… Read more
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The blue led would look good 8)


Ah no worries bro. Fair enough ;) have a good day dude


My mistake, I was thinking of NCIX.


The NZXT G12 mount really is your best bet for cooling a GPU with a bog standard AIO. They’re not that expensive and the compatible with most AIOs that use the Asetek pump.


Just wondering if you can use it as a stand-alone super cool fan?

Super cheap Gigabyte B350 motherboard (incl shipping) £42.98 @ CCL online
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug
Nothing special but a very cheap b350 motherboard if need one :) Here is description: CPU Installed Processors (Max)0 (1)Supported Processor ManufacturerAMDSupported Processors… Read more

These should really be updated from the factory or atleast be able to update with just a USB plugged in, no cpu required.


The new i9 MacBook Pro debacle was interesting as it relates to the VRM.


Cheers, will make sure my case stays well ventilated to stop cooking my CPU due to overheating the VRM.


Voltage Regulator Module ... It's provides power to the CPU ... I think. My B450 board has a big heat sink on it. (y)


It has been out over a week now. I bought one for son's R5 2400G build.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 3.5GHz 12/24 Core/thread  £349.99 @ CCL online
Refreshed 7th AugRefreshed 7th Aug
Just noticed that with the new Ryzen 2 Threadripper announcement the AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 3.5GHz Twelve Core is down to £349. Speciality deal, but if you are after a lot o… Read more
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Anyone know of a good deal on an X399 board?


£380 now


Ha - you're right. Saw an interesting article though that demonstrated the i7 was inferior at all multi thread computational tasks but inferior for gaming. Making the Intel i7 a better FPS/£ ratio.


Thanks Gavin, I'll check it out.


Well personally I would go with a 1800x for now which will give you 8 core and 16 threads (big jump from from your 4 cores). I would also get a new generation board (B450) as it's been suggested AMD will move to 6 core CCX's for Ryzen 3rd gen. So 12 core 24 thread should be available as an upgrade path in the future (just rumours). This should leave more money to upgrade your GPU to whatever comes next (RTX 2080 or RTX 2070).

Gigabyte Radeon RX Vega 56 GAMING 8GB Graphics Card - £419.99 @ CCL
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
I can't remember the last time I saw a Vega 56 so cheap! Prices still falling! Great if you use Freesync Technology. (excited) Main Features Powered by AMD Radeon™ RX VEGA 56 G… Read more
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Forget anything amd and go for the 1070. It's way better than this.


Yes, cheap and nasty sleeve bearings that will go bad after not a lot of use - they'll either spin slowly (and get hot) or just totally seize up, seen it far too many times across too many different models for it to be a coincidence.


Gigabyte always has the worst fans Never again


No-one used Vega for Ethereum, you use it for CryptonoteV7 (like Monero) as it’s faster than anything else out there. But FWIW it’s not bad at Ethereum. Anyway rubbish fans on the Gigabyte models. Probably quieter than the reference ones though - they run loud!


Down in price because Ethereum has plummeted

ADATA XPG SX6000 256GB NVMe 3D NAND SSD £58.03  CCLOnline
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Great price for a 3D NAND NVMe drive
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Just to add to this (if its the same /similar report?) the nand likes to be hot, it improves its reliability, but the controller likes to be cool. And the reason why some m.2 drives have a heatspreader (samsung copper foil label) is to spread the heat away from the controller onto the nand, not really to dissipate the heat elswehere, altho that helps. (nerd)


I think it's a JEDEC report that you are thinking of.


Urg, somewhere on the internet ;) I seem to remember it was a credible source, but can't remember where. General gist of it is that, while the controller chips can overheat & throttle at high temperatures, the flash chips benefit from improved durability at higher temperatures due to cell state change occurring more readily. Thus the ideal scenario is to run hot, but not too hot.


evidence please


would be easy enough to install a 80mm fan blowing from the front of the case to expel the hot air out the rear, couple of tie wraps then attach to empty hard drive cage (depending on case), depends where the m.2 socket is i guess on the motherboard, mines on the front were as some are on the rear.

CM MasterKeys Pro L - Full size mechanical Keyboard, Cherry MX red, Backlit £44.98  CCLOnline
Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
First post, hope it's handy for everyone. Price is £39.99 + £4.99 shipping, however orders over £50.00 have free shipping. Cooler master branded, cherry red, backlit, full-size, … Read more
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not really, just keep an eye out and get a deal. i bought a CMStorm one, but i would get pretty much any cheap cherry switch keyboard if i wanted to. i've seen a lot of keyboard sales on HUKD and been tempted many times just to get another different set of cherry switches. just read a review and buy whatever sounds good to you. a £40/£50 keyboard will do fine, after that you are just paying for luxuries like individual backlit keys or niche design features.


Thank you for the info. Any company you think I should look out for, I did get the tesco offer a while ago when it went down to £50 but that was cherry red. Thanks


get cherry brown switches, they are more tactile, but close to the accentuation speed of cherry red key presses. best of both worlds.


Link not working I assume now Oos?


I have the S version and love it. It doesn't feel as premium as a K65/70, but it's solid. I'd pick it over the K65 every time.