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EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti SC GAMING 8GB - Novatech £419.99
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
My first post, so be nice! I've been looking to upgrade my GPU and found this one today that just dropped from yesterday I believe. Yes I know there are cheaper brands, but to me … Read more
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That was then. This is now. You didn't have the cryptocurrency market driving up GPU prices in 2012 or 2014. The 10XX series is also still selling incredibly well, offers huge performance, there are no real rivals, prices are still high and it's still the performance king. Nvidia and their partners won't want a new card released when prices are still like this:


GTX 670 was released in 2012 GTX 970 was released in 2014 GTX 1070 was released 2016 GTX ???? was released 2018


They released the 1070 and the 1080 at the same time if I remember correctly. However, as founders edition cards I got on the pre-order list last time around and spent £400 I sold that card 4 months ago for £465 because of mining prices. I was also there for the 970 when it was released. In my opinion it feels about right to get an announcement August 20 and if lucky a pre-order list maybe the same day then a release a few weeks after. From my past experiences Nvidia cards have a very stable price and only decrease in value when new cards get released, which causes the tech to drop cause of price/performance. Only anonomy being the mining craze we've had which caused Nvidia to manufacture a load of new cards, which could be the reason behind the push backs.


EVGA warranty service is epic, or at least it was a couple of years ago when I used it. If it's the same now and there's no indication that it's changed, then they will always be my first choice.


Huge difference though between an announcement and release. IF (and its a big IF) they announce Turing on 20 Aug, you're unlikely to see a release until late Sep. Nvidia's CEO said in June it will be a "long time" before next-gen Geforce cards are released. Some commentators are even saying that they won't be released until next year. You're also not seeing retailers drop prices of the 1080 across the board, which doesn't suggest an imminent release of Turing. Also if they are released, they're going to be a sort supply and incredibly expensive as the cryptocurrency market has created an upwards pressure on GPU prices. If you happens you're probably end up with two tier price - the new 1080 replacement at aroud £700 and the existing 1080s for around £400. The new card isn't going to be 60-70% faster than the old one, so buying the new card in 2018 upon release or shortly after release is unlikely to represent good value for money. Prices of the new cards are also likely to remain high throughout 2019.

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB AIO CPU Cooler £41.99 + £2.39 delivery -  Novatech
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Cheapest price it has ever been! Economy Delivery from £2.39
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That makes more sense than the Amazon listing. Thanks


Well, I looked into it. "Lite" does not mean white lights but these two are the same cooler with different lights. This is their full range. So the models are MasterLiquid Pro, MasterLiquid and MasterLiquid Lite; in order from higher to lower range. This deal was for the ML240*L* which is the Lite one. So yes, the amazon link is the cheaper one for the same cooler with white lights.


The lite has white leds (Lite=Light) The RGB has Red Green and Blue leds hence why I said "white" the sink,tubes and fans are still black


It's a slightly different model unless I'm mistaken. It's a Cooler Master MasterLiquid Lite. Not sure if that makes a difference


most of the air coolers gives you more performance than this and this one has potencial to leak or water pump go down

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Samsung 860 EVO 250GB SSD £57.59 at  Novatech Edit... Now £59.99!
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
First post but this is a Similar deal to deal found last month but that was £63.50 but delivered by amazon. Only difference here is delivery is 3-4 days if you want it for free. … Read more

I run a small business based in NI. I don’t charge more to ship small items to mainland UK. It’s no dearer for me. Go on Royal Mail price finder and get a quote for a small parcel to Belfast... DPD would charge you 5.99 for an item this size. Novatech are charging the DPD (private customer)rate for a 1kg parcel... Why?


you should complain with the couriers cause they decide the price for delivery outside UK mainland and it aint cheap


Yeah that's true depends if you can wait a few days or need it next day


the 500GB samsung 860 is a good price too.. but if that's all you're buying, the shipping cost makes it a little more expensive than Amazon.


£59.99 now.

Cooler Master V650 Fully Modular 80-Plus Gold PSU £69.98 @ Novatech
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Fully Modular, 650W, V-series, 80-plus Gold. £109 on Amazon. Seems like a really good deal.

Thanks - just was not sure from the description. Cheers


Yeah, it does!


Dumb question, but does this come with the cables? This modular stuff is new to an old guy like me.


All the rigs we build for clients ran on Corsair RM, AX or HX, EVGA GQ/G3 or FSP Aurum PT but we needed 850-1200W per build hence the restrictions and Corsair seems to be more widely available in the UK. The problem with Coolermaster is they have a wide range from dreadful to really good (like this one). Out of interest what do you mine on 1050 (Ti?) - Ethereum or something else? You are right, a good PSU is a keeper, false economy to buy anything else - I use to buy that no-name stuff in the 90s and naughties, shudder at the thought now.


+1 nothing like some IT pass me downs that still work... now what draw did I put my iPhone X in ;) Bonus! Yes at the price, no if it goes back up! Tiptop words @plewis00 I try and always look "beyond" what other say or can see in the real data out there and feed it back in as common sense with not so much fluff. I think this is one of the best buys on hukd in the gaming/pc niches for a long time. The resin, pcb, components in these PSU's, as you have correctly said, are Tier 1+ AB rated, hence 8 into 1 will & is working fabulously and very cost effectively. (unicorn)

Thermaltake TR2-Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply £34.98 / £37.37 delivered @ Novatech
LocalLocalFound 18th JunFound 18th Jun
Thermaltake TR2-Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply overview Thermaltake TR2 Series 600W 80 Plus Non-Modular Power Supply Incorporating various high-quality components, t… Read more

I can't complain for this price - it certainly beats any no-branded powersupply. But as mentioned below once you have a modular one there is no going back - well if you have a good quality one you wouldn't need to another.


Not a bad price, but personally I would never buy Non-Modular

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MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £455.99 @ Novatech
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Decent Price for a 1080.

Cheaper at Ebuyer now:


I didn't had any problems with msi products before but yeah this card is not the best one out there, seems power hungry , I bought one from Very with this credit code for 409 and my impression is not as good, it is a huge ugly card ... It is ok if you don't look at it ;) I may return it , I have to check terms and conditions ... But for this prise ... Ah ...I wouldn't take it for 10 £ more ...


People really need to stop giving heat to trash 1080 GTX coolers like this. I'd also avoid MSI altogether as both GPU's (Gaming X's) I ordered from them became faulty after just a few weeks. My EVGA SC from 2016 on the other hand continues to be faultless.


The Palit one from OCUK is better value. The MSI cooler on this is pants, they have the same one on much of their range and it can barely cool an underclocked and undervolted RX 570 - bet this’ll run unnecessarily hot and not particularly quiet.

Antec P110 Luce at £71.99 inc @ Novatech
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
This product is much higher priced elsewhere. £94.99 at OcUK and £89.99 at Scan.

If you had vr you would know how useful that is


Apparently what qualifies it for that is a HDMI socket on the front! Anyway, looks like a decent case. Tempted - mine is old and crappy, and lost quite a few of the mountings n stuff. Don't forget topcashback 3% :-)


'VR ready'. Christ. (horror)

Seagate BarraCuda 4TB Desktop Hard Drive 3.5" SATA III 6GBs 256MB Cache - £85.49 @ Novatech
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
£10 cheaper than i can find elsewhere. Needed to find a bigger drive for all my games, and this came up via pc part picker. Bought one, installed in my PC and no issues so far. 2… Read more
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Says 3tb on pc photo btw


This seems to be the best price per TB I could find. Would be nice if they started stating the price per TB beside the main price. Also take into consideration that these are 5400RPM, good for storage and holding files, but would recommend the slightly faster RPM if you plan to have this as say your secondary drive for games you don't need so much on demand.


Is it dribble though? They are valid points to someone who completely forgets to take such things into consideration, but yeah dribble if you argue it's not a good buy. Better to fit one HDD in your computer rather than say four, just to play it safe, but if you don't see yourself reaching 50% capacity then it's not dribble, you're basically over purchasing and the days you end up filling it will be the days you lose the drive.


Can anybody comment if these are noisy? I had a 1TB WD that vibrated my pc like crazy


I’m sure it’s a good deal but having just tried to swap the head array assembly on my 5.4 year old ST3100524AS and noticed that the original heads crashed into the platter, I’m gonna take a break from Seagates for a while.

7th Generation Intel® Core™ i3 7350K 4.2Ghz Socket LGA1151 (Kaby Lake) Processor £89.99 @ NOVATECH INC.DELIVERY
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Dual Core Technology, 4.2GHz clock speed, 4MB L3 Cache, Dual Channel DDR4/DDR3L Controller, 14nm, Integrated HD 630 Graphics must be mispriced, can see that next best is at more t… Read more
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OOS since yesterday.


my apologies, I gave a very quick look and did not notice it was the K. Just about then but you are right, the 6600 is better. £90 is for cex second hand otherwise is at over £160 brand new


Youre looking at the K model, the non-K 6600 (£90) is a much better buy. Also, you need to look at the whole context in which an i3 is ever considered an upgrade: Firstly, you need a Z170 or Z270 (enthusiast grade) chipset to overclock. If you have one of these chipsets, you are almost certainly already using an i5 or i7. Secondly, most people who consider an i3 an upgrade will be on non-overclockable chipsets such as H110 or B150, or on OEM systems such as Advent/Lenovo. Hence there is no point getting a K chip. Finally, doesnt matter how you cut it, 4 physical cores give more performance than 2 cores + HT.


buying a second hand i5 6600@£130 from cex does not make sense. This one after OC is more powerful even so it is not my type of cpu


Why anyone would buy a NEW dual core (even with HT) in 2018 is beyond me, especially on a dead platform. If you must stay on 1151, Go to CEX and get an i5 6600 for the same price and much better performance. Otherwise, you should be buying Ryzen for a new build.

Cooler Master V650 Gold PSU - £69.98 @ Novatech
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Novatech have the Cooler Master V650 for £ 69.98 which seems like a good price. Amazon have it for £109.99
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I just spent ages posting the same deal only to find this one. Can't find anything similar at this price. In fact I'm buying one. Oh wait, 15 quid to deliver to northern ireland.... I'm out! (highfive)


The one novatech is selling has the part number RS650-AFBAG1-UK, which is definitely the fully modular one


Are you sure? I can only find the modular one on Amazon for £109.99


Hate to admit it, but your right! (highfive)


No it's the same one, both are v650

GIGABYTE GA-H110M-S2H Intel H110 (Socket 1151) Micro ATX Motherboard. Refurbished at Novatech for £19.68
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Socket 1151 motherboard Micro ATX....6 in stock.....motherboard and backplate only.

Free market economics suck, eh?


I'm stuck playing GTA v on a Celeron because of the prices.


Who does that.. but anyway he was saw this deal in stock so he must of been browsing the internet Also what about breaks, he could easily post on his lunch break or "cigarette smoke break"


Maybe he was working while at work? :D


Why couldn't you post? You don't need to be on your computer to post, you can use your phone

Fractal Design Define R6 Black ATX Case - £94.98 @ Novatech
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Nice to see this well rated case below £100.
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If you're talking about the Muslim deals, you are not allowed to explain why on this site.


Irony much?


Great reason.




Here you go:

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £469.98 @ Novatech
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card Free standard delivery or £5.99 for a next day delivery. Seems like prices are coming down now in anticipation of 11xx seri… Read more
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Just out of interest did they change these when they upgraded the memory bandwidth or whatever they did to the 1080 a year or so ago? I have one of these from 2016 and whilst I don't want to go SLI would be interested to know if they were still compatible


I have 1070 Armor and it's been great so far. Never seen it go past 65c. Heat :)


I was going to say the same thing


The gaming X version is one of the best 1080 available and is the best dual slot (ie non 2.5 or 3 slot) card available. If you can stretch your budget get the Gaming X but this is by no means a bad card. It is significantly cooler and quieter than the Gigabyte Windforce, Zotac Mini, ITX and reference blower designs. But then you have pump and fan noise at idle which I would find more distracting than air cooled so it depends on your aim. I'm getting too old for chasing benchmark scores lol.


^ I see what you are saying, but I disagree. For someone building a new system, extra £30 can go a long way, for example, getting a slightly better CPU, better cpu cooler, adding extra fans, etc. Gaming X does run a bit cooler, but not by much, so the performance gain would be insignificant. I would consider card aesthetics rather than minor difference in cooling performance, but that's just me :p

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card - £499.98 @ Novatech / £499.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th MayFound 9th May
Also available at Ebuyer (1p cheaper) Best price for the GTX 1080 GAMING… Read more
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Here is a crazy idea, maybe they offer customers with a faulty card a partial refund and then RMA the cards to get new stock and sell the card again to another customer. Tin foil hat, anyone? (annoyed) Carry on shopping at Ebuyer, I'd really like to see you sue them one day when they try pull the partial refund on your purchase. Just remember to post your results on HUKD so we can see the outcome.


The retailer is legally responsible for any issues within the first 12 months. Dealing with the manufacturer directly would also mean sending the item abroad for RMA, extra costs involved and if a new replacement card (not refurb) was returned there would be Duty and VAT applied to the cost.


I do I.


You do you.


Those sorts of "overclocks" are pretty pointless on Pascal anyway.The reason why they are stable is because it is always a mild overclock. Never found a card that wouldn't take such a mild bump, so of course no testing is needed, and it makes little difference with speed boost 3.0 working. I've actually got better performance from my MSI Gaming X Plus 1080 from undervolting (0.931V at 1974 MHz), as prior to that it kept bouncing off the power limit at stock settings presumably because it is factory overclocked. I now get higher sustained clocks, better minimum and average frame rates, much cooler temps (<55C), less fan noise (<40%) and less coil whine. Never had problems with a 1070 hitting the power limit, however, but might be different for a 1070Ti.

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G Graphics Card £451.19 Delivered @ Novatech
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Model Name GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8GGraphics Processing Unit NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 TiInterface PCI Express x16 3.0Core Name P104-300Cores 2432 UnitsCore Clocks 1683 MHz / … Read more
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Ah okay, I've luckily only encountered two instances of cheating in 350 hours of PUBG, so not too bad. Can understand it frustrating some though.


I,m actually considering doing the same thing,and not becuase of the bitcoin mining issues etc etc , but the cheating in PC gaming,its beyond the joke.At least on console i am on an even playing field and its still 60fps/1080p so not bad at all.Done with cheating on PC though.


Yeah I see what you're saying, I guess all i'm trying to convey is my absolute hatred toward the PC Gaming market right now. It's gone to crap. If the new cards don't help anything I'm out, straight back to consoles.


My point is that nobody really knows. With the amount of people waiting for new cards when they finally drop demand will be high and many people may turn to 10xx instead thus raising prices. I honestly don't see 10xx cards dropping as much as people make out they will but only time can tell.


In which case you buy this deal. It's still bad value.

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GT OC 6GB £245.99 @ Novatech
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Manf.Code: GTX 1060 6GT OCV1 1060 6gb for under £250. Good times are here again?

Well i've had a search and found this: Looks like MSI don't seal a lot of their cards so i'm off to check the anti static bag as i've not opened it yet. As for price I think £245 for an OC version is a very good deal which is why I went for it. I only have a FHD monitor and play Forza 7 and Elite Dangerous so the 1060 is all I need. I was tempted with the 1070TI on here this week but it would be overkill and I refuse to pay over £400 for a graphics card.


Really, I am still on the fence, came so close to buying this few days ago but stopped at the last minute. this had 50+ stock, but now, down to the last 9. I need to make a decision, do I wait or gamble on this. but reading your comment, having second thoughts.


Should these be a sealed box? Mine has turned up on next day delivery even though I chose free 4-5 day delivery however there is no seal or celaphane on the box. Thinking it might be a customer return?!


Its the 1060 6gb definately pal - (source this very pc)


I'm not sure prices will drop as many are predicting as i'm expecting the new cards when they are released to be prohibitively expensive and low in supply to keep prices high so those who had been holding off will revert back to these models driving up demand for them. I'm going to take the plunge now as this is the OC model and £35 less than the standard blower from Nvidia.

Cooler Master Masterliquid Lite 240 AIO CPU Cooler £34.98 @ Novatech
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Free delivery over £50 spend Economy 2.39 Next day 5.99 Collection also free (Portsmouth) 240 AIO at a bargain price Needed something for a new project and found this. Cant complai… Read more
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I kept the stock fans but setup multiple rpm profiles in the bios based on the CPU temps. I get idle 30-40 at very low spin speed so pretty much silent. Then it ramps up when temps hit 60 which has been quite rare. I've left voltage at stock and done a 10% OC. If you want very quiet go for maglev's although they are a bit pricier than stock ball bearing fans


Installed mine now, great cooler in terms of it cools well, but the coolermaster fans are pretty loud under load. What fan's are folks using with this in order to reduce the noise?


All installed looks really good and so far only slightly louder than my case fans. Running nice and cool as well with a small overclock to 4.4.


Item has now sold out. Whoever went for it enjoy the bargain!


Thermal Grizzly grrrrr

Fractal Design Meshify C £69.98 @ Novatech
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Cheapest in stock Meshify C at the moment.
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Thanks but thats a big case... It says it supports boards up to E-atx


Phanteks p300


Yeah seen them both... Really nice they are... Since them av already seen 100s of case and now am thinking of going itx case... Looking at "ncase m1" or "cougar qbx" i know they aint goof air flow case but damn they sexy as 4_k


Fractal Design Mini c


Yes any release date? Would love the meshify c mini matx. Reviews are really positive

WD Blue 2TB 64MB Cache Hard Drive SATA 6Gb/s 5400rpm - OEM - £52.79 @ Novatech
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
I know this deal won't be for everyone but I thought this was a pretty good deal, recently it looks like mechanical drives are coming down in price. Improve PC PerformancePair a … Read more
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I really appreciate you help thank you AMasters007


Hi I personally would not recommend this drive for 24/7 CCTV as it is not really designed for continuous writing to the disk. If you are after a drive designed for surveillance I would recommend either a WD Purple: Or a Seagate SkyHawk: These drives come highly recommended and both have very good warranties, hope this helps :)


Hello all, Ive bought a 1080P CCTV kit that I want 24/7 recording and need a HDD. Would this be a good purchase or can somebody tell me why not please? Thanks


There's always a happy medium. It's just that mine wouldn't involve a slow 5400rpm drive like this.


Some Windows versions offer storage spaces and tiered storage which enable an SSD as a write-through cache. For your purpose you'd privilege a high endurance SSD such as an Optane 280 as the top tier, with HDDs or cheaper SSDs below. This deal is great price for a generally reliable drive (WD20EZRZ) from a reputable supplier. The drive is suitable for desktop use, not for large NAS and not for enterprise. I have 4 of these in RAID10 (mirror/stripe) and they perform great, also 3 sets of 4 of the smaller 1TB variant WD10EZRZ. All 16 drives have been fine. It doesn't have TLER, so a RAID array could hang up if there's a bad block. For consumer RAID, you just wait, so that's ok. Also, these drives don't have WD's RAFF, which copes better with the shocks and vibrations that can transmit through drive cages in a big array. And it isn't as tolerant of sustained high temp. running as more expensive drives. Why would you pay a lot more for that if your use case doesn't need it? TL;DR - good desktop drive. If you need 2TB for games etc., it's a great price.