Overclockers Deals

Overclockers Deals & Offers

610 hot deals
Overclockers is the UK’s number one online retailer of high performance gaming products. Their range extends from gaming PCs to extra memory, hard drives, graphics cards, controllers and VR headsets. All of their latest discounts can be found at the Overclockers HotUKDeals pages. Read more

All Overclockers Deals, Discounts & Sales for June 2019

Corsair K63 MX Red keyboard and M65 Pro mouse bundle (free c+c or £8.70 next day delivery) - £70.94 at Overclockers
Posted 20th JunPosted 20th Jun
£70.94 Click and collect £79.64 DPD Next day delivery

Very tempted by this offer. Don't really need it but...


Fantastic deal! I have the mouse and it's amazing. I own an MSI Keyboard but I might buy this as spare mouse incase this one ever breaks and the backup keyboard for when (poo) happens. (Alcohol spillage, lmao) XD


Good price for both


i have the mouse it's great


Thought it would be refurb at this price. Great deal (y) 🏿

DAS Keyboard Prime 13 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Brown UK Layout £79.85 at Overclockers
Posted 18th JunPosted 18th Jun
Great mechanical and good price. German engineered Cherry MX switches Technical details: Dimensions: 458 x 31 x 172 mm (W x H x D) Material: aluminum, plastic Weight: 1.3 kg Color:… Read more

I've been a member of their forum for years and am nowhere near qualifying. Just cannot be bothered. No delivery price posted in an OCUK deal is an automatic down vote for me.


I was in the market for a Das keyboard a few months ago. I was put off by the collective commentary indicating that their renown quality has gone downhill over the past few years.


Any idea how that works? There doesn't seem to be any forum member specific options during checkout. edit: NVM, found the info for anyone else who doesn't know: https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/free-shipping-for-loyal-forum-members.17943556/page-148#post-32718876


Ah, cool! Original price still 109.99 though but whatever. Always heard this was a good brand but not in the lookout for a new keyboard atm.


Same numbers, add delivery

WhatsApp Alerts!
Deal Alerts!
Oops! Looks like we couldn't connect 😢 Please try again!
To sign up: add to your mobile contacts, then text us 'Start' via WhatsApp
TP-Link's Archer AX6000 Next-Gen WiFi 6 Gaming Router - £299.99 @ Overclockers
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
TP-Link's ARCHER AX6000 NEXT-GEN WI-FI 6 GAMING ROUTER Discounted from £350 to now £299. Fellow Gamers - Check it out from OCUK. wireless speed up to 5952 Mbps 4804 Mbps … Read more

This shows what I mean.


It's not though. The router works on a totally different bandwidth allocation. It's splits the signal into chunks sized specifically to suit the bandwidth requirements of each device. The dedicated data steam allows the device to work in a lower power state as its not having to ping the router for instructions all the time. The routers can also handle much more WiFi devices simultaneously compared to non WiFi 6. Have a look on YouTube there's some great videos explaining the benefit.


£300 will get you a lot of CAT6 cable.... but heat for the deal..... oh, same price on Amazon


I've had a few TP Link modem routers and they're ok but limited options and usually fail around the third year! (3 year warranty is included). I'd not pay £300 for a TP Link modem router.....


Hear, hear

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
Sapphire Radeon RX 570 Pulse 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £139.99 + £9.90 Delivery or Pick up in store @ Overclockers
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Specification: - GPU: AMD Radeon RX570 - Engine Clock: NA MHz (Default) - Boost Clock: 1284 MHz - Stream Processor: 2048 - Memory: 8GB/256bit GDDR5 - Memory Clock: 7000 MHz … Read more

This is the kind of card that makes me wonder what Nvidia are doing with "only" 6GB in more powerful cards... Maybe it's architecture related?


The only difference between the 570 and 580 are 32 vs 36 CUs and a slightly higher clockspeed (which you can get back in overclocking) so they’re pretty close to each other. The cards run pretty cool anyway compared to older models; personally I’ve got both cards and there’s not a lot in it til you go up to Vega. If I were after value, I’d take the RX 570 8GB. The 8GB models do have 2000Mhz memory vs 1750Mhz for 4GB and usually better quality chips.


It’s more like an extra £30 for the exact same model and 15% faster. The 570 is best price to performance but the 580 will last longer


For real, my 280x died and I'm still deciding, but they say an extra ~£50 for like 8-10% performance, I don't know


Go for a 580 to make it last a year or 2 more before you have to upgrade in the future

PowerColor Radeon RX VEGA 64 8GB HBM2 PCI-Express Graphics Card, £309.89 at Overclockers (3 free games)
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Decent card, 3 games promo makes it even better. THE FEATURES OF THE AMD RADEON RX VEGA 64: Brand new Vega architecture Huge 8 GB HBM2-VRAM 64 Next-Gen Compute Units (NCUs… Read more

2060 MSRP will likely drop to 279.99 with the Super being 329.99 or thereabouts, and should probably match the RX 5700 which will likely be about the same price.


Had to just buy, and get it over with


The cheaper RTX 2060's are already under £300. AMD are going to struggle if they can't hit this price point, especially if the RTX 2060 get cheaper when the RTX 2060 Super becomes available.


I think i'll wait to see the pricing on the RTX 2060 Super... https://www.pcgamesn.com/nvidia/rtx-2060-super-8gb-gddr6 I've read that the super is going to be the same MSRP as the current RTX 2060 and the non-Super card will drop in price. At the right price (£250?), the RTX 2060 will be a sufficient upgrade for me (I have a GTX 1060 6GB). I also wonder what will happen to the 1660Ti price as there's not a massive gap between it and the RTX 2060. Would the 1660Ti drop to £200?


The 5700 is being pitched at the 2060, which you can get for 330. The xt version against the 2070, which is around 450. So if AMD want to compete they have to be around that price, if not slightly less.

Asrock Radeon RX 570 Gaming Dual 8GB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card, £138.89 at overclockers(2 free games)
Posted 12th JunPosted 12th Jun
Decent card and good value. Boost: 1320 MHz Memory: 8192MB 7028MHz GDDR5 Stream Processors: 2048 DirectX 12 Support AMD CrossFire AMD Eyefinity 3 Years Warran… Read more

Does anyone have any info on when the free game offer ends? all i could find is june 8th but that has already passed so maybe it's different depending on region or something?




Any links


What??? Didnt see that any links


Could have got the Nitro+ 580 for the same price on eBay brand new. Update - 1p cheaper actually.

Two Fan Bundle - PH-F140MP PWM 140MM Fan - Radiator Performance £16.26 + £3.91 delivery @ Overclockers
Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
These sell for £15.62 each on Amazon making this a 2-for-1 Delivery is free if you are an active member of forums.overclockers.co.uk/ Otherwise shipping is £4.66 for a total of … Read more

You really want an airflow optimised fan rather than an SP fan.


Urgh OcUK.


I'm happy to hear that as I just ordered a pair for front intake on a case I picked up for free. It makes for a really cheap case upgrade!


this is an excellent fan I have 2 of the 120mm ones for use with my radiator and they are as good as equivalent Noctua fans which I had previously on the radiator but look significantly better.

Posted 6th JunPosted 6th Jun
I know this deal is not for everyone but i was on a market for such a device (software development requirement) and no other deal comes for this exact device comes close. This is … Read more

Immersion is excellent, quality is still objectively poor, resolution is too low for those used to 4K gaming.


Out of stock now :D.


Don't expect a fix any time soon, they've known about the issue since november and only last month asked Intel and AMD to help work it out. Can't see intel rushing to help AMD out...


I will definitely test Assetto Corsa and Iracing (car racing simulators). I've heard the immersion is excellent 😁 (y)


The Quest is a big step in the right direction - completely wireless and doesn't need a pc/console. Just put it on and go. Under £400 too.

Cooler Master CK550 Gateron Blue Switch RGB LED Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £59.99 at Overclockers
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Decent mechanical for the money. Specifications Model Number CK-550-GKGL1-UK Product Name CK550 Switch Type Gateron Material Plastic / Aluminum Color Smoky Gunmetal Brushed Alu… Read more

Personally I find blue switches to work just fine. However, this is my opinion.


shame they only sell the blue switches in the UK. red or brown would be nice,


Blue switches are not a nice choice for gaming (not just because of the noise).


Yeah daft.. Blue switches are the loudest ones aren't they. Who wants to sound like a typewriter if gaming? (skeptical)


That's the way with these computer components...

BitFenix Prodigy 'Polar' Mini-ITX Cube Case - Blue/White, £55.49 delivered at Overclockers
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Nice, compact and roomy case for a mini ITX build. Specifications - Beautifully Compact – Mini ITX dimensions with clean modern styling - Unmatched Flexibility – Supports l… Read more

If it was for a micro-atx I might have bought it At outer limit of what I am prepared to pay - won't pay the 80+ at Amazon etc Looks nice though


If you're going itx for a small system then avoid this, it is not by any means a small case.


Same here , i think i paid about the same many years ago. Mines black as its in living room and a dust magnet , Top product apart from the legs but double sided velcro sorted that


I have this case from Maplin years ago. I like the easy access part at the top and both sides come off so you can install SSDs anywhere.


No Apple logo on it, cold from me

Antec NX100 Midi Tower Case - BLACK/GREY - £23.99 + £10.50 P&P @ Overclockers
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
ATX case with a plastic window. Seems really cheap for what's being offered
Get dealGet deal

Pot, kettle, black. Pointing out basic rules of HUKD is hardly moaning/bleating.


Why do you keep bleating about the 1% figure? It's an irrelevant statistic given we're talking about a retailer of (fairly) niche products. The market for PC components is nowhere close to 100% of the UK population. I'd be surprised if it's over 5%. I agree that it would be sensible to put both the with postage and without postage figures in the title, per Amazon Prime deals. That way the pricing is clear. And just like the Amazon Prime deals, the offer is significantly better for those who don't have to pay the higher amount. All it took to get it fixed was a quick message via the "Report Thread" button.


People are simply pointing out that the vast majority of the population don't get free postage so it should be included. The less than 1% of the population that have free postage will know this so can work out what it costs them. Why should the 99% have to calculate the real price? Just silly. As for whether people want so Spam their forums for 3 months just to get free postage; that's also a waste of time


Great if you want something in three months time


Same moaning every time there's an OCUK deal posted. Yet signing up to their forums is free, and the bar for earning free postage isn't that high: Member for at least 90 days with a minimum of 250 posts. Or Member for more than one year, with a minimum of 100 posts. Saved me a fair whack over the past ten years. They're not generally the cheapest shop, but they do regularly have some stunning deals that are considerably less stunning without the free delivery.

Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Overclockers UK - Switch to homepage 1 Keyword, Article Number Home PC Components Graphics Cards NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 KFA2 GeForce RTX 2080 EX 1-Click OC 8192MB GDDR6 PCI-Expre… Read more
Get dealGet deal

Johansen is going to have to deliver in a BIG way on that one !


I wouldn't recommend you look for an Nvidia Quadro RTX 8000 if you think this is expensive.


Woooooooooooh, Inclusive of delivery! @£609.89 it better arrive presented from the hands of Scarlett Johansen on a silk cushion.


Hopefully when Intel release their GPUs it will force Nvidia to lower prices. But I suppose it all depends on how they perform and what price point they aim for. Still more competition is good.


AMD are always going to struggle if they target the middle of the road card with their most expensive model. The 480 came in at a good price point, but since then, there has been very little compelling offers from AMD's launch windows. The Vega 56 has come down in price and is slightly attractive, but you can't find a non blower model at the attractive price, so it's really annoying. They don't seem to be able to put up the fight needed to drive competition.

BitFenix Shadow Midi Tower Gaming Case - Black Window, £44.69 at Overclockers
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Price drop for this ugly case. :D Specifications - Materials Steel: Plastic - Colours (Int/Ext): Black/Black - Dimensions: (WxHxD) 190 x 440 x 506mm - Motherboard Sizes: AT… Read more



Decent case and spec. Great price.


Nice case


Joke ;)


Ugly case? Looks pretty standard for this type of affair tbh. What's up, not enough lights?

Powercolor RADEON RX 590 Red Dragon 8192MB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £189.89 @ Overclockers (+ 2 Free Games)
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good saving for this card, with 2 games bonus. Specification: - Boost clock: 1545MHz - Memory clock: 8000MHz - Memory interface: 256-bit - Stream processors: 2304 - Warranty: 2yr

Dr Lisa said thy got 50% more performance per watt, which is not the same as halving the watts. Its like a third reduction. (which is about what we would expect..its going to be nearer nvidia but without Vram compression they wont catch it (not a fan of that myself, Tom's hardware used to do a blind test and trump how 75% picked the nvidia system, but one day they just stopped talking about it.) We know how much a.m.d. cards are over volted, its because they are actually 'fail' chips and they dont get sorted any further (some wont undervolt much at all so I have read but its rare-so thats why generally they are set up a bit rich.


Better than a 1060 6gb. Great for high detail 1080p.


Nope. GPU's aren't really viable anymore for crypto. Not really enough profit in them anymore. It's all about ASIC's nowadays.


cheers for the info(y)


good quality 550w psu would be absolutely fine. my entire pc with undervolted vega 56 ( ryzen 5 2600, 2 x 8gb ram, 2 x ssd, 2 x hdd, 5 fans) takes 350w max from the socket whilst benchmarking and 180w-250w typically whilst gaming. Add 70-80w if you don't do the undervolt.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 Gaming 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £119.89 at Overclockers (2 games bonus)
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good value for this card, 2 free games makes it better. THE FEATURES OF THE GIGABYTE RADEON RX 570 GAMING 4G Semi-passive WINDFORCE dual-fan cooler RGB-LED lighting GPU base cl… Read more

Always nice to get games with your new graphics card. Thanks


The Asus Card at £109.99 seems even better? Slightly higher base clock?


Good spot let the op know of that one think he's here.


By me, thank you keen observer ;)


Already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-radeon-rx-570-gaming-4096mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-11989-at-overclockers-2-games-bonus-3238409

PowerColor RADEON RX VEGA 64 8GB GRAPHICS CARD £308.99 @ Overclockers
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
AXRX VEGA 64 8GBHBM2-3DH Stand Alone Core Clock: 1247MHz Boost Clock: 1546MHz Memory: 8192MB 945MHz HBM2 Stream Processors: 4096 DirectX 12 Support Vulkan Support … Read more
Get dealGet deal

Thanks. So basically I'll hold for now. My gtx970 G1 is overclocked like crazy so I will get even less of an improvement. Flashed a custom rom while ago which gave me quite a lot. 1291Mhz/1531mhz vs stock gtx 970 1050Mhz/1178MHz


Although it would be an upgrade, it seems like a bad purchase at this point in time. Holding tight and seeing the newest Navi and NVIDIA's supposed planned refresh may be a better target for your money. The card is basically 2 years old now and has replacements coming in. I'd also greatly hold off on using userbenchmark as a comparison, as saying the 2070 is 8% faster on average... well let's just say it's not the case in gaming. 18% at 1440p 20% at 4k. And you get the latest GPU features, plus, you have Ray Tracing and DLSS (if they count for anything, in your mind).


its hard to say card brand to brand, but normally they are around the same ball park depending on factory overclock. according to 1000s of user submitted benchmarks: 91% effective speed faster 109% average user benchmark faster gamer FPS 50% faster (normal upgrades are around 10-20% per gen so this would be worth the upgrade) so looks like a good upgrade in my opinion :) hope this helps? https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-970-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-64/2577vs3933 to give some other context, the RTX 2070 is 450-500 quid and is 8% faster on average. so 150-200 more for 8% and even less than that in FPS. Mainly as this vega card was made to beat the GTX1080 and the 2070 is basically a 1080 with some ray-tracing and some fancy upscalling for a few games currently. https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-RTX-2070-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-64/4029vs3933


Can anyone point me to a decent comparision between this na Gigabyte GTX 970 G1 gaming? I'm just wondering how much I can actually achieve upgrading in to this


Navi news tomorrow or tuesday (computex).

Intel 660P 1TB M.2-2280 PCI-e 3.0 x 4 NVMe QLC 3D NAND Solid State Drive - £98.99 @ Overclockers
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Getting cheaper, decent price for a pcie drive. Speeds aren't as good as the Samsung nvme drives but you'll not get those in 1tb versions at this price point.

new 0.5Tb/s read and write drives coming out soon, if only you can hang on a bit longer


1TB card is £87.16 with code on CCL Ebay...


There you go... https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/intel-660p-m2-2280-2tb-pci-express-30-x4-nvme-solid-state-drive-ssd-16801-with-code-at-ebay-3235312


9am. :p


It’s tomorrow now :D ???

Top Merchants