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Vulcan T-Force 2x4GB 2400 MHz RAM Kit  £59.99 @ Overclockers
Found 5 h, 24 m agoFound 5 h, 24 m ago
Stand out from the crowd With multi punch press, asymmetric cutting and elegant dual colors design, Team Group Vulcan will make your motherboard stand out from the crowd. You can f… Read more



headline shiould mention delivery charges.


Almost under £50 damn it :(


Doesn't fill me with confidence when their main selling point is the appearance! It's RAM FFS (annoyed)


Their delivery charges are scandalous.

Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Price is for preorder. Specification: - CPU Compatibility: Intel Skylake/Kabylake/Coffeelake & AMD Ryzen - Chipset: Intel Z170/Z270/Z370/Z390 & AMD Ryzen - Capacity: 16GB… Read more
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Whoops, I read the model number and assumed it was 2400. Completely skipped over where it said 3000mhz.


This Ram is 3000mhz ?


If you're going Ryzen I'd double check just to make sure that it's on MSI's QVL which should be hidden somewhere on their site. Try searching for you specific motherboard and QVL. The ram will work, but might not reach the 2400mhz specified if it's not on the QVL. You may be better off finding faster ram for ryzen that's on that list though, it does benefit from increased speeds. As long as it doesn't cost much more than this with the postage options, as an example for gaming there would be an improvement but it will most likely be in the region of 2-5fps. I recently picked up 16gb corsair 3000mhz for £138 if you are looking.


That has no bearing on this deal. It is a very good price for today.


if it says it supports ddr4 then it is compatible. Most motherboards today support ddr4 tho

ZOTAC GEFORCE GTX 1070TI AMP EXTREME 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £388.95 / £410.45 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
This card has amazing overclocking capabilities while keeping temps in the 50 degrees range which is crazy. Hot?
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I'd say you're better off getting a 980ti for ~£250 and overclocking it (EVGA ones reach 1070/1070ti's levels without a problem on air)


I bought a second hand 1070 Ti - I think second hand is the way to go until Nvidia move to a new manufacturing process (7nm). The new 12nm is more like a refined 16nm process, hence why the actual processor on the card is so large; they've had to make it large to fit enough transistors in to bring the performance boost This is also likely why the new founders edition cards have such beefy coolers, as these cards probably have a larger heat output relative to the model




No, math isn't 'ordinarily' correct. It's how math works. It's not subjective. I'm sorry that you clearly dont understand it, or are simply playing dumb out of raw stubbornness. My god, this is hopeless.


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Team - Vulcan 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 RAM £128.99 / £137.69 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Even cheaper than the deal I posted yesterday for 3000Mhz RAM. Currently the cheapest NEW 16gb 3000Mhz RAM I can find. Great if your building a Ryzen machine! Features: - Asymmet… Read more
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Take this was some grain of salt as stability testing wasn't highlighted AFAIK, link. Besides that Guru3D article having Intel OC results this one does also. Again I think defo worth a punt, considering other kits will cost.


https://www.overclockers.co.uk/team-group-vulcan-tuf-gaming-alliance-16gb-2x8gb-ddr4-pc4-24000c16-3000mhz-dual-channel-kit-blac-my-0a1-tg.html You can get this on preorder for 119.99 + delivery = total of £128.69 Only question is how long does it take with preorder...


Sorry mate, it's still early for me and I missed that


It is in the title... The price is for the actual item, but the full price is included in the title as well.


Misleading price, you didn't include the delivery fee that brings these up to £137.69

Cheap DRR4 Pre-Order 16GB 3000mhz £128.69 @ Overclockers
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
2x8Gb at 3000mhz, they also have 3200mhz going for £128.99 plus delivery
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When was your last purchase from them?


I'm personally into ITX and small form factor PCs in general, but there's no need to downsize your if you've already got a good case that you like. If memory serves me correctly, this is one of the better "cheap" ATX board you can get but you may find it cheaper elsewhere as I haven't checked other sites. https://www.overclockers.co.uk/msi-b450-gaming-pro-carbon-ac-socket-am4-ddr4-atx-motherboard-mb-33s-ms.html


OCUK are one of the worst company to deal with


i have a Fractal Design Define S so going for a ATX board unless you think itx would be better hmm like a kid in the over priced candy shop dam


Depends on your budget and what form factor you want to go with. If ITX, the Asus or MSI B450 ITX boards are superb. If ATX, any of the higher end boards by Asus, MSI or ASRock will do, but for lower end I think it's again down to the Asus/MSI B450 boards. If mATX, don't bother.

Team - Dark 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 RAM £134.99 + £8.70 delivery at Overclockers
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Seems a decent price for 3000mhz RAM in the current market! Features: - Awesome knight armor style heat spreader - Complete coverage of the top and both sides - The Only four-pie… Read more
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No leds. :{


Cheapest it's been since around October last year, so it's a good deal for the current prices. The even CAS latencies also make this a good choice for first gen Ryzen

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GEFORCE GTX 1050TI D5 MINI 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £139.99 + £8.70 shipping at Overclockers
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Features: - VR Ready - Simultaneous Multi-Projection - NVIDIA® Ansel - NVIDIA GameWorks™ - NVIDIA VR Works™ - Game Ready Drivers - NVIDIA G-SYNC™ - NVIDIA GameStream™ - NVIDIA GPU … Read more
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£210 1070's are a thing now? mind sharing? presumably gumtree / facebook groups? Edit: just checked ebay and there's plenty around 250 now, thanks for the tip! Weird thing is i thought i checked very recently :/ XD


That's the laws of suppl and demand when you live in a capitalist society. I personally have a 1050ti and paid about £135 for it a year or so ago, but prices have had so much upward force that the RRP was unobtainable - therefore a return to RRP is seen as a deal by most.


This isn't a good price though! The 1050ti RRP when it was released in October 2016 was £140! Nobody should be happy paying RRP for a 2 year old design.


And end up with a card which has been hammered for crypto mining? The 1050ti gives decent performance for a good price, and this is brand new with warranty. I know where my money would be going between the two.


Top-end prices have crashed, yet bottom end haven't moved at all. Thus the 1030,1050, 1050ti and even 1060 are poor/terrible value propositions. Unless you're constrained by power delivery, it makes a lot more sense to spend the extra £70 for a used 1070; +50% cost for +150% performance.

RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700 3.70GHZ (SOCKET AM4) PROCESSOR - RETAIL BRAND NEW at Overclockers for £158.69
Refreshed 18th SepRefreshed 18th Sep
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For single thread performance? Yes, absolutely. Please do prove me wrong though. I'm not disputing at all that they're beasts when you've got properly coded workloads that make use of all available threads.


You think Ryzen 1st gen has the same IPC as Sandy Bridge? That is very far from the truth.


No GPU is an "investment". But yeah this GPU is F'ing awful.


65w unit so lower power consumption and thermal output - nice chip, I know a guy who uses one of these in a rig for mining (CPU preferring coins, there are a few out there). You can run Debian on the rig and have that going as a low priority task then run other services at standard priority.


The GFX card has 2gb of ram.... It's an awful investment at £100

MSI 1080ti Gaming - In Stock - £599.99 / £609.89 Delivered - Overclockers
Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
Pre order price is now actual. It went back up to £650. Back down to £600
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Its about 3% better


Good idea


Its a lot of money to take a gamble with. If the SH cards faulty....your in a world of pain. SH, you buy in good faith and trust, and trust is all you have, when there is nothing else. Your money.


Thanks. I just can't risk buying a used one though.


Well as i said it was £470 but i had the %10 ebay code on the 14th which brought it down to £423, but i wouldn't worry about warranty just make sure its working proper when you get it and it will last. Prices have crept up a little and will prob get worse as for the cooler i wouldn't worry bout that either the worst cards are the blower/founders card so any other will be btr a little under-volt without down-clock will help, replace thermal pads with btr ones replace thermal paste after you've tested the card of course and your good. try remember a 1080ti is a 1080ti ;) there all the same just about the only thing that separates them is the cooler but if needs be then a kraken g12 and an aio and your sorted doesn't get much cooler/quiet than that, but there are plenty of other options first. as i said you should always pull the excess volts out of your cards and pushing another 25mhz for 10 watts (example) is silly save the power/heat things like new pads and paste or even liquid metal and make sure mounting pressure is even, you'd be surprised how many coolers are just tightened right up bending the pcb and pulling away from the edge of the die. (y) My current 1060 was running at 145w stock voltage at about 2100+mhz. I now run 0.945mv at 2025 boosts to 2050mhz when below 50 deg and now consume 93w my temp tops out at 51 deg fans hardly even spin and when they do, silent, the only other thing i did was replace the paste and even out mounting pressure. that card is a single fan evga SC 1060 6gb (samsung).

MSI GEFORCE GTX 1080TI GAMING 11264MB GDDR5X PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD £599.99 / £609.89 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Absolutely amazing price for an amazing card! This is a preorder. (excited) The new card is based on the same cooling solution as GTX 1080/1070 series. The Twin Frozr VI cooler … Read more
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The founders are always cheaper than aftermarket lol


Sadly I can say the same about SCAN.I only order cases from them now because that's hard to go wrong and I still get free shipping and cases cost a fortune to ship.


I've changed my mind on this one. Feel like it might be worth waiting for the 2080 reviews and benchmarks. I reckon we could shave a bit more off these cards in the next few weeks so gonna cancel and hold fire.


Buy at your peril. Terrible customer service from this company although to be fair it has improved slightly since caseking took over. Still way below the likes of Amazon though.


I totally agree it's not a good price. Should be much lower by now for sure.

New HDMI 2.1 Cable 5m 5 Year Warranty @ overclockers.com £10.99 + £3.50 delivery
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
2.1 HMDI came out in late 2017. For the first time 4k can run at 120hz though HDMI. There are cheaper cables for sale, but I posted because all the reviews for cheaper I found ha… Read more
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order arrived today and it was a 2.0 cable. I am ofc returning it. do not buy this deal


almost as though DP1.4 doesn't exist.. (skeptical)


Unless you specifically require the need to use all of the 48 Gbit/s bandwidth, then you don't need this. and your High Speed one will do just fine. There is also no such thing as an HDMI 2,1 cable. It is called Ultra High Speed. This price rather reminds me of the rip off that HDMI cables were when they first came out before plummeting.


No for short lengths any cable will do . Only for long lengths, quality of cable becomes important. Dont waste your money unnecessary. If it was a splitter or switch , it has to be 4k capable so as not to degrade signal.


I'm not voting either way. If this was a genuine full HDMI 2.1 spec cable (i.e. cable of 48gbps) then this would be an amazing deal, as a 2m Belkin 48gbps HDMI 2.1 cable is £30 minimum. However, it doesn't state the throughput, so it's probably a bog standard cable and because like all existing cables are cable of carrying some HDMI 2.1 features, they're taking the liberty with the description. Also, I don't think 5m lengths are achievable for a full 48gbps spec HDMI 2.1 cable, in the same way that the full 18gbps current HDMI 2.0 spec isn't achievable able 8m lengths without additional kit / active elements within the cable.

TeamGroup Vulcan T-Force 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz - £137.69 @ Overclockers
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
- Capacity: 16GB (8GBx2) - Tested Speed: DDR4-3000 MHz (PC4-24000) - Tested Latency: 16-18-18-36 - Tested Voltage: 1.25-1.35V - SPD Voltage: 1.2V - Warranty: Lifetim… Read more

Yes, they do. You'll need 100 posts or more to qualify.


So that's a thing they always do then, assumed it was either random or with your first order only. Only purchased once from them due to the postage costs. Do they still do the free delivery if you post on their forum?


Puts me off ordering from them. Postage should be off item size, Costs a couple of quid to post some ram not over £8!


Bit u do get a pack of haribo's included in the shipping cost ;)


Last week I had over £486 in my basket ... they still insisted on the delivery charge. So I had to buy my items separately from different online stores, I would have preferred to shop at one place.

AMD RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700X 3.80GHZ (SOCKET AM4) PROCESSOR - RETAIL - £149.99 @ Overclockers
Found 31st AugFound 31st Aug
AMD RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700X 3.80GHZ (SOCKET AM4) PROCESSOR - Retail 8 "Zen" cores with a low 95 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP) 16 Threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading … Read more
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Great processor, well worth the money. Currently using a 6600k at 4.7Ghz so not really worth me upgrading yet, I would see little improvement in most games.


waste of money upgrade that


I upgraded to this from an overclocked 6700k and in games i noticed no difference (i dont play at 720p anymore and when i tested 3 games it was 1:1 and a draw) Everything else the ryzen destroys the skylake chip. While running much cooler and being upgradable.


I would hardly phrase it 'smashes AMD' in single core as they are very close. Truth is, in day to day tasks, you could not tell the difference.


Gen2 is always going to outperform gen 1 in the long run. It might not be fully capable yet because of software limitations but future proofing is worth it. Also if you really want great single core performance you need an Intel. Their single core always smashes AMD but Intel fall behind on multicore processes.

Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
£10 cheaper than the deal last week! Still a great price if you are after a VEGA 64. Fans aren't the best though... (annoyed) Features: - Powered by AMD Radeon™ RX VEGA 64 GP… Read more
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rx 570 4gb were £161 just a couple of days ago (amazon uk), i am sure the cards will be back in stock soon.AMD has no choice now, having no ready answer to rtx they will have to price their products aggressively to loose a little less mktshare. Vega will get cheaper too, it's just a matter of time (not to distant future imo). Vega 64 is about gtx 1080 speed with some nice extra features (and some disadvantages too).Nonetheless this is good deal for top AMD chip.


If it drops by another £200 I'll bite.. Remember when R9 290s were around £250? RX 470s for 160? Can we have that back please?


You say that but my experience with AMD cards is that they last longer than any other. They continue to be supported, and the GCN delivers well still many years later. Also, from my own personal experience, none of my AMD/ATI components have ever died, including my k6-2, an 18 year old overclocked duron, and 5 gpus, whilst I have had a few intel and nvidia blowouts including my beloved 8800gtx, 2 days over warranty at stock everything...


AMD cards deserve a pricecrash soon, the lack of RTX means the high-end are already halfway into the grave. £440 for this, when the 2070 RTX will only be £499? Madness.


That's good going seeing as they were announced august last year....

LG 29WK600-W 29" 2560X1080 IPS FREESYNC HDR10 GAMING ULTRA WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR - £229.99 @ Overclockers
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
I know it is only 1080p, but is a alright price for an IPS Widescreen monitor. Reviews are decent too! (excited) Specification: - AMD FreeSync Technology - Screen Size Class (… Read more
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Wouldn't all 29" 2560x1080 monitors have the same PPI or am I missing something?


2560x1080 is sufficient for a 29”, worth noting a 29” ultra wide is the same height as a 24” non ultra wide


Yeah just how LG use RGBW panels on 4k TV sets, puts me off the comapny


I have a LG 29" ultrawide monitor similar to this. Has served me well but the vertical height is a little too short at 21:9 on a 29". Think I wouldn't go ultrawide again unless it was 32" at least.


And the lack of dimming zones, max brightness etc. It's quite deceptive marketing from LG, as many will think this is a HDR monitor, when in reality it's far from it

RYZEN 1700X - £149.99 @ Overclockers
Found 25th AugFound 25th Aug
Ryzen 7 Eight Core 1700X 3.80GHz (Socket AM4) Processor - Retail Great price for this cpu

This now seems to be back as of 31/8 @ 6pm, so marked as unexpired.


Been looking at getting a PC for gaming, any tips or advice on where to start looking? Cities Skyline, Planet Coaster type of games


149.87 on Amazon 25/08/18


Cold from me due to postage. Here's a link to a better deal - Scan


Thank you.

GeForce GTX 1060 EX OC "White Edition" plus Destiny 2 Plus Curse of Osiris and Warmind Expansions
Found 23rd AugFound 23rd Aug
Seems a decent deal for an overclocked 1060 with the Destiny 2 bundle.
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Generally the prices at ocuk are always higher than their competitors mainly because of their arrogance that they are somehow superior.


*whispers* but it's eBuyer..


Even then you can get it cheaper elsewhere. https://www.ebuyer.com/753392-asus-gtx-1060-6gb-dual-oc-graphics-card-dual-gtx1060-o6g


If overclockers sold it, too much!


only if you need a white shroud for a certain build, mind you how much is a can of plastikote :D

Xigmatek XAF-F1451 140MM FAN - BLACK £7.99 - £12.65 delivered Overclockers
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
This could be a cheap option for 140mm fans if you plan to buy 4-6 of these for a new build, considering £9.90 delivery. XAF series, copper bushing axis, is an optimized and premi… Read more

always keep an eye on amazon warehouse deals fans have a lot of markup and get slashed in price quite easily which is great if you're planning a new build imho the only good rad fans are the high static pressure fans with 7 blades (e.g. SP140 or ML140 from Corsair) The F14 line from arctic is great because of its high airflow (good as case intake and outlet, as long as there aren't any rads in front of it). Also great - PWM sharing that you can daisy chain up to 4 fans together on the same motherboard header. I have ML140 fans pushing air into my rads and F14 fans pulling them out of the rads - for optimal push/pull, optimising fan positioning for what each is good at


If all you want is pure airflow regardless of noise, it's one of the best you can get. At a conservative 7volts this fan is louder than 68% of all other fans tested, but beats 94% of other fans for airflow. At 12 volts it's louder than 84% of fans yet beats 95% of fans for airflow. I still don't feel it's worth the money though, it's a very niche item. At £12-13 you may as well start to look at used Noctua fans on Ebay. On the opposite end of the scale NZXT/Corsair case fans are like £3 each yet perform well.


Should be ok for a case fan, avoiding radiator use? I don't need it, but may help someone else.


You can buy an Arctic F14 for £5. This fan is loud and isn't PMW, so may be a bit of a pain to get it to be quiet. On top of that it's not going to be good if there's anything in front of it due to the fan spacing and poor pressure.

Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Technical Details: Dimensions: 305 x 40 x 135 mm (W × H × D) Slot Height: 3-Slot GPU: AMD Radeon Vega ("Vega 10") Manufacturing PRocess: 14 nm GPU Frequency: 1.417 MHz GPU Fre… Read more
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FYI this has expired.


You said Vega, and it's clear they don't out perform their counter parts, the 1070 and 1080 and they are not cheaper... So what's your point? Currently, cheapest on pcpartpicker... 1070 costs £350. RX 56 costs 399. 1080 costs 413. RX 64 costs 449. Bonus. 1070 ti costs 399, if you want to claim the 56 is slightly better than the 1070. 1080 beats the 64, 1070 (or 1070 ti) beats the 56... So where is your price/performance? Amd certainly doesn't control the medium end anyway, the Geforce 1060 is wildly more popular compared to the 480 and the 580.


and no, the 1080 and 1080 TI won't tumble more than they ALREADY have pre 2000 series launch. Post-launch we're all in sticker shock at the ridiculously high prices of the entire 2000 series line. 1080 & 1080 TI They're the new medium and medium-hi range for NVidia, who still has a backlog of pascal GPUs to get out the door. Fabs are still making those GPUs because they're still selling. Nothing's been discontinued or EOL'd


Yes I have looked at mining rates, and you still get 2-3x what you pay on power back in crypto. Of course, you need to mine a coin that still has good profitability - like Monero So the cards will still pay themselves off! As for AMD sticking to middle-performance: see the RX480, RX580, and RX Vega lines and compare them in a) performance and b) pricing to NVidia. You'll see that over the past 3-4 years they have staunchly stuck to the middle line, because they know that it's the sweet spot for the vast majority of gamers & miners & those who do both. NVidia has the better high end tech... but AMD controls the medium end. Unless you happen to have a 4K60 G-Sync display you're likely to want the AMD & freesync


You think AMD 'stuck to the medium end' on purpose? The Vega 64 was a huge flop. You are saying this card is a 'no brainer' at £449.99? You also think this card can pay for itself after the mining crash? Have you looked at the mining rates recently? Graphics cards are moving into zero return territory. Unless you are getting free power. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evga-bundles-gtx-1080-ftw2-supernova-650-g3-powerlink-at-evga-for-48462-3020481 That's a MUCH better deal for a better card, and I wouldn't even recommend buying that right now. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-gtx-1080-armor-oc-8gb-gddr5x-graphics-card-42998-ebuyer-3018929 Cheaper and better as well. Still, wait for the 2080/2070 to hit the shelves, everything will tumble in price.

Found 18th AugFound 18th Aug
This is a preorder, but I can't remeber a time when I saw a Vega 56 under £400! (excited) PowerColor Red Dragon RX Vega 56 complements the already successful Red Devil Vega card… Read more
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very impressed with PowerColor over the years. have RX580 8GB red devil




We can only hope. ;)


I wouldn't even count on 50%. But I hope 1080Ti will drop on price a bit (steeping down for a 2080-nonTI). And that is all I count for after selling TitanX (maxwell) for 400 quid last week :D


They are not going to be cheap, brace yourself. Woah steady on there fella :) There is very little chance that the 2080 Ti is 70% faster than the 1080 Ti. I would say there is almost no chance of that being the case. Performance increase over the 1080 Ti will be between 15-50% as per rumours.