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Gigabyte - Radeon RX 560 - 4 GB GAMING OC rev 2.0 - £121.86 @ more computers
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Not a bad price for a entry level card.

Yea, I was wanting an rtx card to be honest. But as usual there is no direct 1060 replacement rtx card as yet. Plus with all the bad press of cards dying plus the expense I think the 580 should sort me out for a while yet at 1080p.


Great price for a great card. I've got a 3840x1600 monitor so I need more GPU horsepower and I'm currently on a 1070ti which I paid £350 in January (when they were £500-600). It was still a steal, but the jump from an RX580 to 1070ti in horsepower isn't worth double the price


I know, I. Picked up the Sapphire special edition rx 580 8gb from Amazon 2 weeks ago for £181 absolute bargain.


I mean, you can game at 1080p on less, but given how cheap they are, why would you? There's one available now on Ebuyer for £144 including 2 games from AMD. That's like £22 more than this deal, including free shipping and 2 brand new games. You'd have to be crazy to pick the RX560 for anything over £100. At this bottom end of the product segment, the gains for every £10-20 spent are (can be) massive.


Yea, the 4gb rx 570 is the absolute minimum of go for 1080p gaming.

256GB M.2 PCIe x2 NVMe SSD/Solid State Drive £58.90 shipped @ MoreComputers
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Seems a great price for a 256gb NVME ssd, cant see any other deals matching this price. Secs: - 256GB Capacity. - M.2 2280 Form Factor. - PCI-Express 3.0 x2, NVMe 1.3 Interfac… Read more

x4 speeds is the one you want, unless you don't have enough pci lanes then get the x2 (read yr mobo)


Way better for not a lot more Adata £64 12 months ago I paid over £100 3200/1100 kingston £54 nowhere near as fast as the adata but still double the speed of top ssd drives


Very low speeds for NVMe, however price is only little more than a top end SSD, so heat.

Acer Predator 27" 2560x1440 144Hz G-Sync 1ms Monitor £429.95 @ More Computers
Found 14th AugFound 14th Aug
Acer Predator 27" 2560x1440 144Hz G-Sync 1ms Monitor £429.95 @ More Computers
Cheapest 27" G-Sync i could find. Seemed like a good deal for those searching for G-Sync. But before i buy, thoughts? Extra info: Panel Type: TN … Read more
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Did some digging around and found a screenshot I took luckily! (:I


Did some digging around and found a screenshot I took luckily! (:I


100% i was close but i wanted to use my quido as an amazon voucher didnt realise it took 2 days to come :( The IPS pannel was £400 ish as well


Yeah, generally I've been told TN 1ms for gaming and such, 4ms IPS for video related tasks, then either are fine for just about everything else. The cheapest price I can find with the same specs but IPS 4ms instead is ~£560, around £600-£700 in most shops. But that may be due to limited stock in UK (Even Acer UK don't have it), seems to be cheaper elsewhere. So £430 for this seems pretty good.

Ryze Tello £78.85 @ More Computers
Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
Ryze Tello £78.85 @ More Computers
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Great wee drone - this seems a good discount over the Amazon price, free 5 day delivery and reputable seller.

Now £83.93 with More Computers and £96.96 on Amazon so deal over.


Lol not quite sure why not many colds, seemed a perfectly reasonable discount but hey-ho!

LG 34UM69G-B 34" 2K Ultra HD IPS 1ms Monitor £382.22 @ More computers
Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
LG 34UM69G-B 34" 2K Ultra HD IPS 1ms Monitor £382.22 @ More computers
Cheapest it has ever been! (excited) Includes free delivery. UltraWide® Gaming with 1ms Motion Blur Reduction The Full HD UltraWide 21:9 aspect ratio makes games more immersiv… Read more
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as I'm sure I've said somewhere else, 2K means 2048 * 1080 (DCI 2K), Ultra HD means 3840 x 2160, and "2K Ultra HD" is grossly misleading. Trust X by Y resolution numbers over all else.



I didnt think there were any 1ms IPS screens especially for that price? And 2K or do you mean just Full HD!!


2560 X 1080 for that don't know what 2k ultra HD means (i didn't ;( )

Dji Mavic Air Fly More Combo Artic White £793.75 more computers
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Dji Mavic Air Fly More Combo Artic White £793.75 more computers
£793.75£93315%more computers Deals
Cheapest i've found a fly more combo, pretty reliable seller - called up and they confirmed its UK model as well. Anyone else had any expiernence with these guys? Regards
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Sadly you wouldn't. DJI only has third party support here in Korea too, and there's no DJI care refresh on offer either.


£106 cheaper than Amazon and in stock so I'm giving it a HOT! (cheeky) Black available for same price, red £811.79.


Don't think we would get support in the UK, if we bought from Korea? Sounds like a great price


Great first deal anishjoshi10, thank you for posting I too have contacted MoreComputers and they have also confirmed the Mavic Airs are "all stock is purchased from an authorized UK distributor" which is good to know. I have no idea why this is getting cold votes as this is the cheapest option available for all colors, especially the flaming red Also reading some reviews about this seller, some orders have been upgraded from 5 day Free to next day which I think is great After some careful digging I decided on the black, Red looks too plastic cheap, more of a toy looking and that gloss finish is a magnet for finger prints and scratches. The White will end up being covered in Bloody splatters from all the bugs being shredded by the blades. This is why I have ended up ordering the Black Onyx, looks good with the Matt and more stealthy looking :) Although everyone has their own reasons and tastes


Amazon do have good customer service when you get the right one you can understand as most are based over seas with strong foreign accents and it takes twice as long with them. Much prefer a UK based company who have staff here.

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ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming AMD Socket AM4 ATX motherboard - £164.75 @ More Computers
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming AMD Socket AM4 ATX motherboard - £164.75 @ More Computers
Reduced from £280.07! Really decent price for a great board, especially if your looking for a 1st series Ryzen build. Bios can be updated for 2000 series Ryzen. Board has great fea… Read more
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But it's pertty


I hope this will help me win 18 world titles


I think it's quite difficult to come up with an average number for this sort of stuff, and even if you can, it's kind of meaningless. The achievable overclocks on a CPU follow almost a negative expo curve. Without getting to mathsy, you get a lot of people able to OC to 3.3GHz, and very few able to get to 4.1, or even 4.0GHz (I think it's something like 20% can hit 4.0GHz with a 1700). In addition to that, you have to consider the ambient temperature inside the case because of the passive cooling on the VRMs. So all in all, its near impossible to say how hot the VRMs will get.


That was a typo. Does it matter? You can’t space out 4 slots to make them usable with dual slot cards - anyway the 1x slots will accommodate 16x cards as they’re all open backed. I guess it does matter to you or you wouldn’t have gone to that effort. But hey, I can’t judge you for how you spend you time.


Well on average I would say 3.9GHz on 1700

ADATA 960GB Ultimate SU650 SSD 2.5" SATA3 7mm only £159.55 @ More Computers inc. free delivery
Found 5th JulFound 5th Jul
ADATA 960GB Ultimate SU650 SSD 2.5" SATA3 7mm only £159.55 @ More Computers inc. free delivery
£159.55£193.4018%more computers Deals
Great entry price for a high(ish) capacity drive with 3D NAND, ideal for a secondary storage/cache drive or single replacement for a laptop. Cost is 16.6p per GB, which is very lo… Read more
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Keep your eyes open for this deal, since CCL have this at £149.99 now, just gone OOS, I will update the deal with the new price once it comes back in. Link is HERE! at £149.99




be good for the ps4 pro as an internal and use your old hard drive in an external case and plug it into usb3 port probably get better performance from the old stock internal in an external case aswell the unfortunate thing would be the old internal would probably need to be formatted losing all the stored games to use as an external storage device...... why sony why..... paranoid


SSD arrived via DPD, item well packed with lot of bubble wrap, unlike Crucial which shipped SSD in a plastic postage bag.


thanks for that. I must of glazed over it

Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD 32" Wide Quad IPS Black computer monitor £246.97 @ More computers
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD 32" Wide Quad IPS Black computer monitor £246.97 @ More computers
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Was posted last year for about £10 less. Still seems like a great price Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD 32" 16:9 2560 x 1440 QHD IPS type 3ms GtG 250 nits 10 bit colour 100% sRGB VGA HD… Read more
mehmeh <-- Couple quid cheaper at Amazon allthough now 2-4 week lead time as I ordered the last one :p


It has a VESA mount so you can swap out the stand, nice!


I have this screen, I'm quite a fan of it currently, bought it at the cheaper price posted last year (pretty sure I posted it) for the specs and how nice it looks it's probably worth up to £250, maybe a little more if the price went up. The reason I like the screen size though 32 inches allows you to sit back a little for gaming with a controller (for console gaming for example, when M/Kb isn't the best option) and with the screen size a higher resolution to me feels more necessary than 1080 in order to utilize the screen space, so this is good for the money


Damn shame this wasn't 4k. It'd prob be double the price at least then. Good deal for the spec.


£244.43 @ Amazon (sold by Amazon)

Benq GW2765HE 27" 1440p IPS Monitor - £206.71 @ More Computers
Found 12th Dec 2017Found 12th Dec 2017
Benq GW2765HE 27" 1440p IPS Monitor - £206.71 @ More Computers
Great deal on a 27" 1440p screen.
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Just ordered thanks OP!


Ordered mine yesterday and its already arrived and set up (I didn't even pay for next day delivery!!) looks really good compared to my 1080p monitor next to it and can confirm is fully adjustable stand too. great price for a 27" 2k monitor with lots of added features too imo. (party)


Also available from eBuyer for around 4 quid more:


I’m guessing since this is hdmi 1.4 it won’t work with PS4 pro???


Good price, I have ordered the £200 32 inch AOC monitor, I'm skeptical but reviews have been good. Of that fails I might grab this 😁

Sony KD75XE8596BU 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black LED £2399.94 at More Computers
Found 22nd Nov 2017Found 22nd Nov 2017
Sony KD75XE8596BU 75" 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Black LED £2399.94 at More Computers
Sony 75" 4K Ultra HD SMART LCD TV 3840 x 2160 Black 4x HDMI and 3x USB VESA wall mount. Not sold in many places (I suppose because it's so large) but e.g. Amazon has it at £2,626.… Read more

i bet the profit margins on these 65" and up tvs are brilliant :P


Sony are still better than Samsung imo.


Only 1 year warranty ? Samsung mu7000 is £1999 at richersounds with 6 year warranty


A lot of screen for the money, but I wouldn't invest that sort of money into anyone other than John Lewis or Curry's.. (Maybe Richer Sounds).

Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD 32" Wide Quad IPS Black computer monitor - £235.02 @ More Computers
Found 21st Sep 2017Found 21st Sep 2017
I have been looking for 32” IPS WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution for a while and yesterday I found the new Viewsonic VX3211-2K-MHD £235 delivered. It is £327 on Amazon. Seems like a go… Read more
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For those who have one, any issues with vertical banding? I've just been through a couple of 32" HP Pavillion's and they both had a dark band in virtually the same place - very annoying and it seems most of the VA based monitors sold are using the same panel with similar issues reported.


I have a 32" Ausus IPS 2560 by1440 and you will have to sit at least two feet away to not notice the pixels on the screen TXT. Otherwise all is good with the size as you can open huge speadsheets or two massive windows for editing. Same will apply to this max screen size at this resolution would be 28" as after this the pixels are too big. If you are after 32" then 4K would be ideal. Or just buy a 40" 4K TV as a few people have done and use it as a monitor but make sure its true 4K.


Very tempting at that price. For anyone who's bought: how's it for size on a desk? Just trying to imagine that resolution on a large screen. Have actually bought a 2560 monitor via hukd twice, both times got cancelled :-)


Funny thing is I do lol.


My DP cable will be coming today. How did you manage to get it up to 66mhz? And does the 10 bit happen automatically with the cable? Thanks.

Thrustmaster T150 Pro @ More Computers for £156.89
Found 3rd Jun 2017Found 3rd Jun 2017
Thrustmaster T150 Pro @ More Computers for £156.89
£30 price drop from what I've seen. Not picked one up yet what do people think Vs the logitech g29?
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Had a G29 for a couple of years now. Real issue with lack of support for these things :(


Yeah, I picked one up when it was £45, but I've recently got a G29. The G29 has a better build quality, but I don't think there's much to choose from in terms of how it feels to actually use.


Picked up my T150 for £45 from Argos a couple of years ago, so can only comment on the wheel. It's a nice bit of kit overall, although I wonder if the G29 is a better option, although noisier. I know that only has 900 lock to lock, but I normally put mine in 900 degree mode anyway.


​This comes with the pedals that are actually worth using.


Didn't know this was a thing. Looks to be a decent price for what you get.

ASRock Flagship Z170 Mini-ITX, HDMI 2.0, Headphone Amp, Fatal1ty Z170 GAMING-ITX/AC - £124.58 @ More Computers
Found 2nd Jun 2017Found 2nd Jun 2017
ASRock Flagship Z170 Mini-ITX, HDMI 2.0, Headphone Amp, Fatal1ty Z170 GAMING-ITX/AC - £124.58 @ More Computers
ASRock's previous Mini-ITX flagship motherboard, it looks like they're selling off old stock now the Z270 version is out. It's got a couple of features that aren't available in oth… Read more
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Live chat will refund the difference.


Literally bought this over the weekend from Amazon for like £160 and now I feel like a mug... Layout helped me greatly when building in a Fractal Design Node 202 case, especially when compared to the Asrock Z97 mini itx\ac motherboard I was using previously.

Kingston HyperX FURY 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Kit @ morecomputers
Found 15th May 2017Found 15th May 2017
Kingston HyperX FURY 32GB DDR4 2400MHz Kit @ morecomputers
A per the SSD deal I posted, needed some RAM for a build, and just saw this, which has to be some of the cheapest DDR4 RAM in this configuration available. I've actually used this… Read more
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For 3200 16gb is this a good deal guys? 116pounds


Yap, this is what happens if you wait on a good deal :) Average price for a 2x8GB kit of decent DDR4 RAM is about £115-130, so getting 32GB for £171 was always going to vanish fast, just glad I got mine ordered. EDIT: Novatech also have the RAM at £186.35


Gone up to £273.47 now oO £183.73 on Amazon - With Prime access


Fab, thanks for the links :-)


My PC is actually worth more than what I paid in 2015!!oO

Thrustmaster TMX Pro £151.72 @ More Computers
Found 26th Mar 2017Found 26th Mar 2017
Thrustmaster TMX Pro £151.72 @ More Computers
Just found this deal after searching for Thrustmaster TMX. Seen this online sell for roughly £200 so its a cracking save

I thought it was gonna be some kind of sexual aid? :|


Not too sure how those plastic pedals would cope with my heavy feet.


Thrustmaster any relation to the Teamaster?


can i use this for COD4?


Dont know why this is going cold, anyone want to show me it for cheaper as Ive been looking at a wheel setup with a peddle set including clutch.

LG Electronics 55 INCH OLED HDR Pro Wifi WebOs 3.0 3D Freesat OLED55B6V (MoreComputers) - £1580.84
Found 17th Mar 2017Found 17th Mar 2017
LG Electronics 55 INCH OLED HDR Pro Wifi WebOs 3.0 3D Freesat OLED55B6V (MoreComputers) - £1580.84
cheapest i've seen the lg b6 oled for so far. don't know much about the company but the price seems really good for this tv. what do you guys think?
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Posted last week for 39 more but with a free sound are worth 249.


Still waiting for it to hit this price from John Lewis or Richer Sounds. Keep dropping...


Nice one!


It's HUKD mate, haven't seen it cheaper.


There is a "Like New" one sold by Amazon for £1,395. Get it quick! :D

PowerColor RX 470 Red Dragon 4gb FREE DELIVERY + Others - £144.43 @ more computers
Found 15th Feb 2017Found 15th Feb 2017
PowerColor RX 470 Red Dragon 4gb FREE DELIVERY + Others - £144.43 @ more computers
Part NumberAXRX470 4GBD5-3DHDV2/OC Graphics EngineRADEON RX 470 Video Memory4GB GDDR5 Engine Clockup to 1210MHz with boost Memory Clock1650MHz (6.6Gbps) Memory Interface256bit I a… Read more
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Thank you again, I kept getting an error (I was on mobile though), I've tried again on my pc, but it takes me straight to a recommended watch list, no video. I have tried searching. I find people complaining about throttling and the card refusing to maintain boost. There are others suggesting, you could possibly maintain boost if you alter your power limit to max. I remember a couple of manufacturers released updated software (sorry I don't remember which ones), which allowed setting to be tweaked even further than when first launched. Was it something along these lines? The problem is so many models were released between just 2 skus, even from the same manufacturer (Sapphire). When you couple this with all the problems AMD had at release with power targets, then Manufacturers who possibly knew they had bad hardware and decided not to send review samples, the various updates to fix power draw and overclocking. From the hundred or even thousands of reviews performed at release, barely any are accurate (of what the card should have or could have been with the correct bios) Since then we have had many driver improvements to add to this, but alot of people tend to refer to the launch benchmarks / reviews.


It's power & temp settings(also mentioned 8.30 min's in to vid). Basically asus were to conservative on temps just in case you live in the middle of a desert & set temp cut off at 60 rather than 75/80 of every other card.


Thanks for that, I'll take a look. At a guess, I'll assume it was to do with the power limit on release. Tried to watch the last link, explaining the Strix, it's coming up invalid link.


15 min's in to the vid explains why the strix runs poor & how easy it is to change.


hot! my sapphire 470 rx from amazon at 150 quid maxes everything out at 1080p. interesting to see how crossfire goes as not all games support it but could get you 4k in theory

Gigabyte H270 Gaming 3 Atx - £110.71 @ More Computers
Found 28th Jan 2017Found 28th Jan 2017
Gigabyte H270 Gaming 3 Atx - £110.71 @ More Computers
They say it's £75 off RRP, ebuyer has had it for 113 for a while though. This is the new cheapest price for this board. For those who don't need overclocking and care greatly for… Read more
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Nice board. However I'm waiting on the Aourus Ryzen boards :)) Next board deffo gigabyte/Aourus !


Nice find, looks great and supports M.2.

Bitfenix Nova ATX Case £26.95 (Delivered) @ More Computers
Found 2nd Nov 2016Found 2nd Nov 2016
Bitfenix Nova ATX Case £26.95 (Delivered) @ More Computers
Lowest ive ever seen for this case, and its a good case for the price Even has USB 3 for the price

Yes, along with a CPU, Motherboard, RAM, Hard Drive, GPU and Power supply


will this run minecraft?


Showing back in stock. Try code HALFND for half price next day delivery.


Out of stock


Yes you can make an itx based system as powerful as an atx system. If you mean purely itx motherboard, then you can have expansions to sort out most possibilities. If you also mean itx case, then you will just be limited by space. Like most things, it's just down to how much money you want to spend, and what features you want to focus that money on.