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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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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.


Hope nobody pre-orderd. It's twice the price of the 8400 which is on par or beating it in most games. 8400 at £150 & 8600K at £200 are still the best bargain gaming cpu's Looks like a decent cpu though with good multi thread performance but it's expensive currently at £329 rrp Tom's hardware benchmarks are in,5571-7.html

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.

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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

Corsair Gaming STRAFE MX Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard RED LED (UK) - Cherry MX Silent  - £66.98 @ CCLOnline
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
KEYBOARD LAYOUT IS UK (Confirmed by CCL) Strafe MX Silent delivers ultra-quiet mechanical key switch performance. It's up to 30% quieter than other mechanical gaming keyboards wit… Read more
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Bought this last week from there. Cracking keyboard.


I've confirmed with ccl, all keyboards are Uk layout as per the description. Photos are from the US site.


Got excited till i saw the stupid non-uk standard layout & the return key :(


Love it but would really like some simple media keys

Seagate FireCuda 2TB SATA III 2.5" SSHD Internal Drive + Assassin's Creed Origins Game Code for PC £79.72 @ CCL Computers
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
2TB Capacity 5400RPM Spin Speed SATA III Interface 2.5" Form Factor 5 Year Warranty I bought this back in Feb to upgrade the HDD in my PS4. Free AC code so I think this dea… Read more
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May I know how do you get 78.97? 1.05% ex VAT of 79.72 = 0.69755 79.72 - 0.70 = 79.02


I can tell you with 100% certainty that 7,200 rpm drives are significantly faster at game loading times than a 5,400rpm drive. So if you use it for game storage then you will want a 7,200 rpm drive.


Now £78.97 - 1.05% TopCashback also possibel.


Compared to an SSD they're all slow. I'm not sure what the point of 7200rpm drives is these days. Whoop de doo slightly faster but still slow sequential throughput and slightly more but still poor IOPS. In the meantime more heat, power and noise. Seriously though 7200rpm drives will be about 33% better on IOPS (the thing that really matters for desktop use). Meanwhile an SSD will be at least 1,000% better on IOPS.


Is 5400 not really Slow? 7200 is the Standard

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UK Gigabyte 1070ti In Stock £462.13 at CCL
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Technically not a deal as such but cheapest 1070 to in UK that I could find in stock. Yes it is more expensive than before mining craze but we don't all own a TARDIS. Card made by … Read more

The GTX 1080 is in stock again at the official Nvidia store at £529 if you would prefer that one.


I think it's a good deal op so heat from me :D


extra £40 can buy a 1080 from warehouse, and tbh if was going to buy a 1070 ti, i get the cheapest possible, as they all pretty much o/c roughly the same, odd frames here n there


I do not understand how a similar one imported from USA which costs more is voted hot yet this is cold? HUKD is weird


voted hot but I think some miners are now selling off their stuff, and we will see prices drop. It would be good to keep an eye on second hand prices on ebay. A large difference might indicate further price reductions. But with all PC stuff you could wait for ever and there will be something new come out.

AMD Ryzen 5 2400G APU £136.21 @ CCL
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
A few pounds cheaper than elsewhere. (beats Novatech by a penny :P) Maybe the 2200g is better bang for your buck but this is still a great APU. In stock, free delivery. Part Nu… Read more

These APUs are amazing for how much you can do with them. I know GPU prices are slowly returning to normal, but in most cases budget orientated cards are still overpriced and this presents a very viable alternative.


No. There isn’t any second gen Ryzen plus these APU parts are the only ones for a while


That's a good Ryzen to hold off....I'll get me coat.


This is a great price. Heat. But I am going to hold on for another month, Ryzen 2 hits next month so all the previous Gen will get cheaper, hoping for Ryzen 5 or 7.


Make sure your motherboard supports it and has updated bios out of the box or it won't boot

Acer H277HU 27" QHD LED IPS Monitor £249 @ CCL Online
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Looks a fair monitor at a good price. Seems to be selling at various prices up to £450 and this is the better version ie the one "missing" the DVI input

Cold. These were 199 a few days ago on Amazon.


now its £199.97 inc VAT


Now 199 on ebuyer


Would have bought one but I need the VESA mount.


Ordered thanks. Voted hot. I hope this works via just the USB C port to my laptop.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070Ti Windforce 8GB @ CCL Online - £446.32
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Currently awaiting stock, and still above the RRP for a 1070Ti, but best price I can find for a decent brand with the current ridiculous pricing at the moment.

Just missed out on this before they bumped the price up, rang them asking if they would honour the lower price but no chance. I literally had it at checkout. Sigh. Then tried to purchase through NVIDIA who just went out of stock. Am cursed!


Gone up to 479.99 now.


Don't waste your money, games don't scale well with SLI.


Many games don't support SLI


very tempted to buy two 1070 Ti's instead of a single 1080 Ti at this price... hmm

Palit GTX 1070 Jetstream 8GB £458.29 @ CCL EDIT now £447.90
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Palit GeForce GTX 1070 Jetstream 8GB Graphics Card "5 Available to Order for Delivery in 2-3 Days" edit 7pm price now says £ 447.90 . "3 more expected 23/03/2018" "5 More … Read more

rubbish price. It costs this on ebay from fleecers.


Hate to be that guy but Game had a 1070 for £379 a couple days ago. I think £400 is the absolute top end you should pay for a 1070. If it was a 1070 ti I would have bitten!


Cold for a 1070 though, £430 or less at the least


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Philips 226V4LAB/00 cheap Full HD 1080p LED monitor £73.99 @ CCLOnline
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
I would say this is perfect for anyone looking for a very cheap 1080p LED monitor.
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Oops apologies :p


Ohhh you can click the link? Thanks for the tip.... I didn't call you lazy BTW. I answered a question from someone asking what else to expect. Size is a reasonable expectation for a monitor deal. A couple of inches makes a big difference ;)


That wasn't my comment. I'm just stoking the flames.


Any hdmi input ones


You do realize the post has a link for you to click and see the specs, do you? And it loads in milliseconds....It took me 1-2 minutes to add this deal, but you won't click and lose few milliseconds to read the specs. Who is the lazy one?

Seasonic Platinum Fanless Series 400W Modular PSU - £106.34 Delivered @ cclonline
Found 17th FebFound 17th Feb
Seasonic Patented DC Connector Panel with Integrated Voltage Regulation ModuleSeasonic’s Patented Fully Modular Design while minimizing voltage drops and impedance, it greatl… Read more

So if a platinum 400W PSU is £100, and a gold 400W PSU is £60, then you run them both at full power continuously... It will take 7 years for the platinum power supply to make up the difference in price. (89% efficiency at 100% load for gold, 90% for platinum so about 5W difference at 100% load, 15p/kwh) Now extra warranty length? That may be worthwhile.


That’s recomended by nvidia , the 1080ti would never draw more than about 350-400w and much less most the time . still voted cold tho as you could get a decent 650w Seasonic psu for less than this and psu noise has never bothered me at all (never even noticed it over system fans


if you're building anything that would require modular PSU I would be surprised to see a build need as little as 400, I think im pushing my luck running 600 D:


Unless I'm mistaken, the power requirement for a 1080ti is 600w? That's taken from the Nvidia website


But high power PSU's are far less efficient when run at low loads. Personally 396w on the 12v+ rail is plenty for somebody wanting a low noise system. It's enough for a i7 with 1080ti system. You are paying a premium price for a premium product. If you are paying over £1k for your system I don't see spending 10% on a PSU as a massive ask. You would spend that on a £400 system?

Seagate Expansion 4TB Desktop External Hard Drive £88.45 - cclonline
Found 9th FebFound 9th Feb
I know it's a desktop and not to everyone's taste but thought I'd share it anyway as it seems really cheap for 4tb and I bought 3tb for roughly the same price :( instock, and you … Read more
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Just Joking... Many Windows 10, 8 or 7 users add a 4TB hard drive to expand storage. However, they cannot partition 4TB hard drive more than 2TB. On the internet there are many ways to overcome this one being to convert the new 4TB drive from MBR to GPT. MBR is the abbreviation of Master Boot Record, which use the standard BIOS, supports up to 2TB capacity. And the GPT (GUID Partition Table) disk which uses UEFI (unified extensible firmware interface), supports disk with more than 2TB capacity. If you are thinking of partitioning a 4TB, you also need to check if the mother board is UEFI compatible. Good luck. (y)


A Hacksaw ?


I know nothing of the insides/specs of hard drives and thought that they just made 5400 and then 7200 rpm. Thought the 5900 rpm was a misprint (lol)


If you drill down on the product code STEB4000200 for this external desktop 4TB version, you'll see in the specs that they are not specific about which drive you will get but the quoted spindle speed is 5900 RPM and the Seagate IronWolf 4TB ST4000VN008 runs at that speed. The Seagate barracuda 4TB runs at 5400 rpm and without checking all there other variants of Seagate 4TB's you might be lucky.


Guys, how can I part this 4TB hard drive into 10?

XFX XTR 650W 80+ Gold PSU - (PSU0841) - £60.11 @ CCL Online
Found 7th FebFound 7th Feb
Absolute steal at this price 80+Gold free delivery too. Manufacturer XFX Part Number P1-650B-BEFX UPC 778656063068 Condition New
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I just retired my Coolermaster psu last year after 9 years of trouble free service and at the time it was powering a high end quad core 9550. Only had to change due to a GPU upgrade but they are decent budget power supplies in my opinion. Only cost £30 back in 2008. Got a modular Corsair with a 10 year warranty now which is silent but would recommend Coolermaster powers supplies if funds are limited.


Have the 850w version, lucky people who got one, great psu and probably the best you'll get for 60.


Damn, too late and OOS


Been using this for a few months now, had a Corsair PSU which died on me, it's been fantastic so far - easy to install, quiet and cheap. Highly recommended.


£64.38 inc VAT

Seagate BarraCuda 4TB SATA III 3.5" Hard Drive + Free delivery & 2-year warranty £86.15 @ CCL
Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
I couldn't see any of these on Amazon anymore less than £90. Found this at They provide free delivery and a free 2 year warranty. They also sell the 3TB one for £71.… Read more

it varies, let's put it that way. I received one in a cardboard box with plastic spacers, which was inside a bigger cardboard box with plenty of jammed packing paper - were well protected. Another one was packed not that well. Both were tested and now work without issues.


Bought one from Amazon, works fine but their packaging is horrendous, effectively the same protection as packaging a book. Not recommended at all.


If it was only 2.5" i would'v bought for ps4 pro


do they send the £86.15 as a voucher or do they do a bank transfer?


Speaking about Amazon - 30 days is to return an unwanted item. If it's faulty - you are covered by manufacturer's warranty AND it's down to the seller (Amazon) to sort things out. And if it is, they are happy to send you a replacement straight away and usually give you a month to return a faulty one back to them. It just cannot be easier that that. But it's up to you to decide which way to go after all ;)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Windforce 6GB Card £297.30@ Free postage.
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
Good price for this card given graphics prices. RX580 are going for close to £400 now. Had to go via this link to get this price. 9 in stock. 6gb version. I have this card myself. … Read more

Site now showing - Sorry, this product has been discontinued. So they were clearing stock for a newer model maybe?


One left in stock!


A few people posting in here need to know that it is "would have", not "would of". Grammar Nazi out.


I dissagree in some ways . most games nowadays alow you to play at 1080 60 fps on xb1 or 30 fps at 4k . i agree that the cpu is pretty old but then again so is the i5 2500k and and gaming performancce will only be affected by 10-20% by that if at all + yes a new high end i5 or ryzen cpu with a 1070 will be better but will also cost nearly 3x as much , also a pc will be upgradable but for the cost you could probably buy the xb1 now and have enough left to upgrade to a ps5 (as thats likely coming soon) and still have some money left for games .......i am not an xbox fan and dont own one but do own a gaming pc but prices recentlybare stupid


Meanwhile 15% was written off the value of most cyptocurrencies in the last 24 hours.

Seagate 2TB FireCuda 2.5 inch Internal SSHD Hard Drive Plus Free game: Assassins Creed £79.54 at CCL
Found 2nd FebFound 2nd Feb
Similar deal to the one posted earlier via amazon. This however comes with Assassins Creed origins as well - hopefully sell the code and make 15 pounds back or enjoy the game. not… Read more
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yup got mine. sold it on ebay for 23 pounds so this has ended up costing me around 55!


Thanks OP, sold my AS digital code within 12hrs of listing it on eBay so happy get getting a 2TB SSHD upgrade for my PS4 for around £55. (y)


I contacted customer services as I didn't have a registered email. They replied giving me the code so all good. Cheers op.


Anyone received theirs. Any codes for AS?


1000’s of benchmark tests at show the BarraCuda is faster and cheaper. This drive would only start becoming faster "if" it's using the 8gb memory, and with game at about 50gb it's a big "if".

Cooler Master MasterCase Pro 6 Midi Tower Black £74.99 @ CCL
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
This was £67.73 when posted but has increased to £74.99 now... Cheapest I can see this for. Most sites are charging £120+ and more. Look`s a decent offer still so could be good fo… Read more

Cheap looking case imo. Fractal Design Meshify C, similar cases to that look a lot better than this for the same/cheaper price.


Would have jumped on it if it had tempered glass side, but that alone costs £60 extra if you wanna purchase it elsewhere..


This or the Corsair 460, hmm


Just as well. I don't need it and almost bought it ! Still voted hot by the way, these things happen. It was certainly posted in good faith Put it in basket and showing at £75. Won't buy (embarrassed)


still showing as £67.73 in my basket