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Its listed in Euros not GBP. Google converts that price to "€ 239.00 = 210.031651 British pounds" So its even more of a steal :)
I think you are being a bit too paranoid. (a little paranoia is good when internet shopping!) Komplett have been around for ages. Buy on a credit card. If it doesn't turn up, they will refund you. MSI will deal with the extended warrenty anyway.
Certainly seems an excellent price, but I am also concerned that it looks too good. Things change so rapidly in the e-commerce world that just because they were good a few years ago doesn't necessarily mean they can be trusted now. Not worth the gamble, IMO. What happens if it goes wrong, or doesn't even work when (if?) it's delivered. Sorry, op.
i think you may across a few minor issues..
is this deal still available and how do I get it. if I click on the get deal now all I get is a white page with what looks like dutch writing and stupid pop ups. Kompletts page states this offer has now expired.
Off thread but has anyone got the Saitek X52 Pro? Found it around £80 del and was wondering if its any good? Ta
Great price! I am also a pilot and I think that though you will never get the realism of flight anything that improves the reality is a bonus. Having the yoke with timer for navigation legs and the dedicated quadrant for throttle, prop and mixture is excellent. Where these flight sim yokes let themselves down is through sticky shafts so the yoke doesn't move back and forwards easily but I think the Saitek Yoke is better constructed and a bit of lubricant helps but ideally use a dry lube like silicon spray as WD40 would attract dust and cause more damage than good over time. I have the pedals but will buy this and sell the pedals so should end up paying about £80 for the yoke and quadrant which is great.
Very nice and nice price, but I could get myself a XBox 360 arcade for that sort of money, great deal all the same.. Hot..
I've ordered myself one of these to go along side a Wingman Force feedback joystick. It just adds to the fun of flying your desk........ :-D Beside my wife won't let me have a retired Canberra T-17a cockpit at the side of the house to play in. :thumbsup:
Well whatever happens it can't go down that much again!
I bought exactly the same kit last November from Komplett for £168! :x:x:x
Oh, this is tempting. 2 slots spare and mobo supports 8gb. Damn you temptation!!!!!
heat added good value 2gb kit is only £10 less and this ram is good stuff
With all these older generation 8800 cards being posted it is clear that there is a lot of confusion. The thing that nobody has mentioned is that the newer cards use a lot less power. One of the other common threads is with cheaper Dell systems & people asking about upgrading the graphics cards & whether the power supply will cope. If you are in this position I would buy either a 9600 or an 8800gt. Actually I would in fact buy an Ati Hd 3870 because that works better for me even though I am perfectly aware that the test bench marks "prove" the nVidia cards are better.
Sorry, but your wrong there...:oops: the 8800GT 512Mb performs better than the 8800gts 320Mb, mainly because it was a newer generation of card and it more steam processors on it. the 8800GTS 512Mb will perform better than the 8800GT 512Mb though :)
yes i know the 8600gt is old, my point is the 8800gts is better then a 9600gt....look at any website that test graphics cards!
wrong mate the 9600gt is much better, it has similar performance to the new 8800gt. You need to get with the times mate. The 8600gt is old yes, the 9600 gt isnt.
ok, thats also a great price. but the 8800 ultra is 40% slower then a 9800gtx so i fail to see how a 8800 gtx is similar?
Newer model LG GGW-H20L for sale 6x Blu-Ray burner and cheaper from More Computers @ £170.49 plus postage (Retail Version) - also check elsewhere as I bought mine :-D from More Computer for £156.00 + postage.
4x BUT its much faster mbps than the 4x you get when burning DVDs. So if you were burning 2 hours of HD content it would take 30 minutes (approx as it doesnt burn 4x all the time). Slow but not as slow as you would imagine. - Please note that if you already knew this i dont mean to act the know it all. Just info for people who didnt :-)
only x4, crikey that be a long wait fora blu ray, think i wait till they get faster
Alternatively an OEM drive, but this has the ability to also playback HD-DVDs. http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=747284
with the usb adapter?
Asusboy - please could you tell me how to get the price you said at ebuyer. When I looked at the component prices it came to much more. There seems to be some conflict on whether this is worth buying or not. I thought it looked good but I don't know anything about wireless cable routers except that I want one. which should I get this or the netgear offer at play.com ]http://www.play.com/PC/PCs/4-/3424330/Netgear-WGR614-54Mbps-Wireless-Adsl-Cable-Router-+-WG111-54Mbps-USB-Adaptor/Product.html
small tip, check price with ebuyer before sumetting deals, as ebuyer pretty competitive with prices when it comes to pc components. It only come upto £33.93 delivered on ebuyer.
poor product with a high failure rate, dont bother. Get yourself a netgear dg834g and forget about the small saving.
linksys is a great make for routers. I have the WRT54GS which is superb. More info on posted router WRT54GC http://www.linksys.co.uk/download/wrt54gc_ds.pdf This is a good deal considering you get a usb adaptor with it. EDIT: I just checked the price with ebuyer, its £29.47, you can also read the reviews if you like http://www.ebuyer.com/product/90827 Here is a linksys adaptor, not sure if its the same one as in the posted deal http://www.ebuyer.com/product/127031 its quite pricy
have a look here http://www.pricerunner.co.uk/pl/2-901302/TVs/Samsung-LE-32R87BDX-Compare-Prices
play.com one is out of stock, although I would sooner have the play one
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Remember its not the newest model and (from what I can tell) only has an analogue reciever. You can get the newer one with built in freeview for around £470 though. See here: http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/4-/3342800/Samsung-32-LE32R86WDX-XEU-HD-Ready-Freeview-LCD-TV/Product.html
Out of stock :(
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Just a Note: Looks like there's gonna be 139 pcs expected on stock 2007-12-17. (European sourced & supplied with euro 2-pin to UK 3-pin bs1363 adapter.
shopto.net had them in stock today at 3pm in black
Availability: Not in stock. 14 pcs expected on stock 2007-12-13
is it panel lottery - enabled? ;)
You're right, the 310 works fine and I would certainly recommend that model. The problem seems to be that the 360 voice chip works differently to the 310 (the 310 doesn't say the street names for example) and as a result there are noticeable differences between the 2 models. I've listened to several 360's, I also took mine back twice and the shop eventually showed me the difference side by side. I wanted some of the extra features and don't need handsfree but I definitely recommend the 310 if you do, as you say that's good. Mine is 9 months old, maybe they sorted the issues by now???
Not sure why this is being voted cold as it is £20 cheaper than the second best!
Couldn't disagree with that more. I have a 310, which lacks some of the features of the 360 but is essentially the same unit, and I have no problem with the sound and find it works really well as a handsfree when on the move.
I bought one of these a while ago - generally it's great and the satnav works well including Europe. Unfortunately the sound quality is poor (I've listened to several units and it's a common problem) and so if you are thinking of using the handsfree or mp3 features they are not much use when moving.
any good pointers for ddr pc4000 ram?
That's for laptops and this is for desktops.
not a lot i have 184pin ran 2 and the best price is around the £30 :(
my board takes 184 pin ram so what options do I have?
They'll be giving RAM away free in your Cornflakes soon ;-) Pete
then last year why didnt cmopanies put the price of wiis up when they were selling for ridiculous prices on ebay?:?
UPDATE : Despite my order apparently being fraudulent they have still happily taken my money out of my account for themselves!! And my bank confirmed that there was nothing that could have made them think it was fraudulent as all the details I gave were correct.
UPDATE: its just been dispatched.
nothing wrong with £175 for a Wii though.....
Yes they can, its recommended retail price. They could charge you £1000, and theres nothing anyone could do. No one in their right mind would pay it, but theres nothing to stop them doing it.
Yes, it's exactly the same format as the uk edition. The only difference is the 2 pin plug for which komplett provide an adaptor free of charge.
Yes and yes, the whole EU is PAL so the games are fully compatible. It will not run US/JAP titles unless you mod it.
i was using that one too..but it never flagged up the ones at game..or the one i had through not so long since for Dixons!!
Are the wii games region locked though, will this play UK games?
here is the one i was using this morning..good luck!!! [url]www.wiipreorder.co.uk[/url]
Just can't get mine to work as after putting CD in, just keeps telling me that I am not connected to the internet - when i am!!! Regsistered with Netgear, who ask if you would like someone to ring you to help with installation. Thsi was 2 days ago and haven't heard a word. Maybe there is something very simple that I am not doing?
I ordered the same one and it works fine upstairs with full signal strength - i'm using it with a ntl (virgin media) modem.
Thankyou for the replies. I think I'll be safe and get one with more range. Cheers.
I got one. Haven't set it up yet but on the box it says 'Coverage - Small flat' with picture of a house with about 1/3 of it covered. Hope it is better than that as I had hoped it woudl cover all over a 4 bed house and even in the garden! By teh way, nothing seems to be in English. Think instructions, on the box anyway, aer in French, Dutch and maybe German. The code is WGR614FS. The one NTL sell is same number , with UK at the end. Maybe this is not a UK version, hence why it was so much cheaper.
should be fine unless you've got a lot of metal in your ceilings! If you're worried about range or just want a brilliant router I heavily recommend the buffalo WHRHPG54: http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/97222
This is now an amazing £59!
Thanks for the info. I'll do that!
kev_gordon, you should put it in the "Sale, trade or wanted" section: https://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/forumdisplay.php?f=6
If for some reason, anyone really HAS to have a 7200rpm drive, and you fancy a go at getting my previous 3 month old 160gb 7200rpm Seagate Momentus drive on the cheap, then you can now find it on eBay. I hope I'm not infrigining the Forum rules by posting this message.
Much the same for me with a 100GB 7200rpm and and a 160GB 5400 rpm - the benchmarks showed the 100GB drive was faster but in practice I found performance of both to be good, I couldn't tell the difference. John
Its a very old model
Only has an analogue tuner but I'd rather take this than take a chance on some of those unheard of brands. Komplett are a great retailer in my experience. I'd say the best PC component e-tailer I've used, though they're not always the cheapest so I don't usually use them for multiple items.