Not available anymore.
good job with getting some ventilation on that case.
Thanks - bought
Not available anymore.
good job with getting some ventilation on that case.
Thanks - bought
I have it. It whines a lot. As in I can hear the monitor when i'm using it. Whines most at 144Hz and slightly less at 60Hz. I don't like it but then other people tell me they can't hear it ..
Owning this monitor since it was launched - never let me down! It also handles 144Hz on HDMI, which not many other monitors do! (I use HDMI over DP because of the DP 'disconnect' issue when the monitor is switched off).
That makes sense to me (y) but not for PC, i think most gamers would rather have 1440p at 100+ fps than 30fps or even 60fps at 4k
Not necessarily, at least not for console play. I use 4K hdr monitor for Xbox one x but it doesn’t support more then 60hz.
Got to TN in specs and lost interest. I haven't looked into it lately, maybe TN has improved but my TN montor looks crap next to MVA AOC and IPS Dell monitors that I have.
People forgetting those Antec coolers were like £60 so OP is just loving life. Hell, if you wanna suck all the fun out of it you can push a 1700 to it's limits with the stock cooler. :p
Yep. My Ryzen 1700 at 3.8Ghz runs at just over 53°c when gaming with a Be Quiet Dark Rock 4 cooler. And that's in a Phantek P400S TG case with restrictive intakes.
Don't think I've ever spent more than £60 on a case ( though I've had some pretty cheapest ones with sharp edges so maybe I should) and struggle slightly with the price.
You want a case for good airflow and you choose this, a glass panel coffin? You usually come up with good deals or items, Trix, but this is massively over priced and is not good for airflow at all.
Oh wow I’m in love with that case! I think it’s a lot for a case that I wouldn’t spend but for anyone with the money not bad!8) built my pc back in 2015 and it’s kind of been neglected the last 2 years by me :(
Discussions go off-topic far too easily on this site, calm yourselves Wasn't planning on buying anything else this month but FD cases are great and I've been wanting a nice micro ATX case for a while now. Never had a glass side panel before either. Heat for OP and +1 for Fractal
Transparent side panels on cases are hardly uncommon. It's done mostly to show off internals. Most of the heat being removed from the computer would come out as air from case fans rather than conduction through the case. Are there any more fatuous remarks you wish to make?
As I said before what's your budget and what do you want to do on the computer? Be aware that if you go down the AMD ryzen route you'll probably have to replace your RAM as well unless it's 3000Mhz or faster. Slow RAM will really slow down a ryzen pc
Currently have a 1100t with a GTX 970
depends on budget and requirements.
Just received a refurb Z270 board from Novatech - it came in a plain white box with just the IO shield.
From the ones I've had, it's been all the usual documents, driver CD, 2 or 4 Sata cables and the IO shield.
Do you get all cables/accessories with the refurb boards? Just read board and back plate only.
I had a Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 motherboard which I built a system around , I had a repeated problems with the system randomly rebooting for no apparent reason. I spent a couple of weeks playing with drivers and hardware and eventually decided to open a support call to Gigabyte and told them all the testing I'd done myself. After a couple of extra tests they asked me to return the motherboard and they replaced it with a slightly updated version. I guess this is where the returned boards go if they can repair them, I'm not sure If I'd want a repaired board, finding the cause of issues like this is not much fun.
Solid board, I've always used Gigabyte D3 boards over the years as I've upgraded and I've never had an issues with them, it'd be interesting to learn what exactly is "manufacturer repaired" about this specific one though.
link not working for me; hukd links broken by ublock origin again? :edit: oh, spoke too soon - forwarding host just very slow.
Thanks, when I mounted hyper212evo The heatsink fitted in my case, but the ends of the copper pipes prevented it from closing.
Yes. I am planning to mount a Dark Rock Pro cooler in it, and that is bigger (162mm Vs 159mm)
Will it fit Hyper Evo 212? My old case doesn't close. Just too small :D
I wish I needed it. voted hot though.
I also have the larger version of this. Great case. Just be prepared to wipe the dust from the front cover a lot. So much airflow!
That 22 quid deal is mega worth but if you are looking for a similar printer at the 50 quid mark search for the Epson Workforce WF2630 or the XP3xx or XP4xx model ranges. Compatible inks are dirt cheap on Ebay, ideal if you print a lot.
8 quid.....but you are too late :(
On the look out for a printer, how much is for replacement cartridge?
(party) hope you enjoy it!
Ordered cheers op
Was too good to be true.
Dear You recently placed an order for a Kingston product on our website that was not in stock. Unfortunately, the product you ordered was listed at an incorrect sale price due to a supplier feed error. Due to the extreme difference between the RRP of this product and the price you ordered at we are unable to obtain stocks from our supplier, and therefore unable to fulfil your order. No payments will be taken from Credit & Debit cards and all PayPal orders will be refunded. We apologise for any inconvenience or dissapointment caused by this issue.
Don't worry ,plenty of people will be getting credited later today ;)
I literally just said I don't mind
Take it easy, i didn't steal anything. It's a deal, not like you are the owner of the product and I need to credit you.
"There's no such thing as bad publicity" ;)
Peeing off potential customers is a terrible way to drive traffic. This is a balls up, not a marketing strategy.
Good way to drive web traffic. (y)
Not sure on their email if it's not on their website. As I say, I would use the Resolver complaint website (resolver.co.uk, there's been a recent post about it on HUKD) to raise (and if needed escalate) your complaint, as Resolver has their email addresses for initial complaint stage and also for escalation. Good luck.
Yep - now started getting marketing emails from them (mad)
i ordered from BT also, they didn't send email, but if you go onto your acocunt, and check your orders, it states that it has been cancelled :(
anyone ordered from BT?? 4x16gb@ £61 not cancelled yet
It’s like people (customers) forget that people (staff) make mistakes. Should this cost companies money? Staff their job? Or just be cancelled and everyone walks away from the situation no worse than they were before (maybe a reprimand for the staff member to remind them the importance of due diligence and the importance of not upsetting customers).
Bought a couple of these before when they were cheap and they've done very well. Both still going strong with no issues.
How did they refurbish this motherboard? Wiped the dust off it?
i have this motherboard, in fact I'm selling this motherboard with a i5 6600 at the moment. Great board for the price.
great price - but the cost of a decent CPU for it will spoil the deal
Damn nice little boards these bought one from novatech cheap about a year or so ago so worth keeping an eye out if they get more.
This is a budget focused motherboard. 38 degree temperature differences between Gigabtye and MSI, folks you need to be more sceptical, the video is clearly skewed towards the MSI sponsorship, the only way you'd get that sort of temperature difference is is with poorly installed heatsink/thermal compound. As the video states, most of the temps are meaningless for normal use. Seems a good offer to me, a free ssd is worth £45+, even if it's not the best board (going by the reviewer not me), I've never seen that sort of variation in temps, in comparable situations. ie. similar chips/motherboards/casing. This deal should be in postive figures at least, it's a great deal for those on a budget.
Did you even watch the video?
He should probably know why a motherboard bsod then but apparently has no idea...
Has bad VRM'S, aparently bsod's while under load..
Was looking at this board for a ryzen 5 2600 not going to overclock would it be okay?
gigabyte is specifically concerned with sales of their graphics, amazon and other stores stock seems to stay at the same level but ok,no point to argue, we know very little, rather speculating, we will see what's gonna happen
Gigabyte is a partner - of which there are many - they're not Nvidia. That's like saying Medion issued a profits warning therefore Intel are doing badly.
:) read gigabyte's profits warnings, the mistery 300k gpus return to nvidia from one of the major manufacturers and recent promo with free ssd from Nvidia for some 1060s. Huang says what's good for the business, if he stated that that the release is very soon, no-one would buy their stuff they need to get rid off quickly. Gtx 10xx is NOT selling well at all. Enthusiasts market, early adopters + some miners if proves viable for business will buy 1180 at good price, does not mean nVidia will manage to sell a lot, we will see.I anticipate they are gonna be careful with pricing as the long term support is shrinking quickly.
Did you deliberately omit the 700 series to try making a point?
Read the investment websites and the Nvidia's press releases, Huang's keynotes etc. The 10XX has been hugely successful for them. The 1180 will be pricey upon released. Guaranteed.
Nice looking cases.
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. http://www.coolermaster.com/product/Lines/cpu-liquid-cooler/ 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
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.
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)
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
Cheaper at Ebuyer now: https://www.ebuyer.com/749711-msi-gtx-1080-armor-oc-8gb-gddr5x-graphics-card-gtx-1080-armor-8g-oc
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.