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Intel i7 9700k (OEM) + Intel Starter Pack (Call of Duty 4 Black OPS, Killing Floor 2, Evasion) £398 @ OverclockersUK
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As far as I know, the only difference between retail and OEM is warranty (3 years vs 1 year). Includes the Intel Starter Pack too, slightly more than the Amazon Global Store deal … Read more

OEM is going to be one year warranty vs 3years and could be a crappy bin, which means you may get crap or an inability to do overclocking which with a K processor you probably want to do at some stage. This is a decent processor but it has less threads and the performance vs the ryzen 2700x is around the 10% less in anything but 1080p. The 2700x is £100 less and comes with a good standard stock cooler. When you consider that this is OEM with a lot less warranty and a possibly inferior version then there is not much "deal" about this price. So you could save £50-£60 but end up with a crappy £400 processor with no protection after a year. You have to decide whether that's worth it or not.


Just lol


From what I've seen, Ryzen just doesn't perform that well for gaming - a primary use case for me. Until AMD fixes this, I'm still not entertained by what AMD has to offer anymore. I used to be a big AMD fan but since switching to Intel, bottlenecking etc I've found has just gone away. Price to performance, Ryzen is amazing value and they've done very well to bring themselves back up to speed out of no-where. If I was someone who dealt with video editing or similar, where the Ryzen outshines the Intel family, I'd be more interested but sadly, the benchmarks show AMD still have something to prove within gaming. That and well, I plan to Hackintosh and I don't really want to deal with endless hickups with AMD and MacOS. It still baffles me why AMD haven't just announced their Navi line-up and are still trying to push an architecture that is 2 years old.


It's a good CPU but very expensive for gaming, 9600k is equally fast. But r5 2700 is best value just wait for price drop.

TEAM GROUP VULCAN T-FORCE 8GB (2X4GB) DDR4 3000MHZ DUAL CHANNEL RAM KIT £52.99 / £61.69 delivered @ Overclockers
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£61.99 including delivery. OC seems to have a sale of Team Group DDR4. Seems a decent price, may drop even more though around Black Friday. Features: - Asymmetric cutting design h… Read more
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now £59.74 @ccl free delivery


Price is £61.69 incl delivery. Need to update post

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Cheaper than Amazon has ever had it. Modern, Simple & Professional Narrow Bezel Design Ducky One has been designed with a narrow bezel compared to the previous Ducky keyboard,… Read more

Good price for RGB I bought a Ducky One2 TKL with cherry blue switches from Kustom PC for £107.99 (Newer model with detachable usb-c cable) and it is a great well built keyboard. My backlight is blue the only downside I find is to program the lightning patterns is fiddly as you use the Fn key on the keyboard, but to be honest I rarely use the backlight and after the initial enthusiasm I didn't bother with trying custom patterns.


I like how no one says why they a voting cold or where you can find a better deal


I would have put “Ducky” in the title so people understand why this quality 10key less mech is rather expensive.




Hopefully has a CAPS LOCK key

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Sapphire RADEON RX 570 PULSE 8192MB GDDR5 GPU (+2 free games) £168.89 @ overclockers
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PRODUCT INFORMATION:RADEON RX 570 PULSE 8192MB GDDR5 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARDWith great 1080p performance, the SAPPHIRE PULSE Radeon RX 570 is the beating heart of a gamer’s PC. T… Read more

I can see that its easy enough to produce itx versions of the lower powered cards 550 560 570 but when you approach the 580 and upward,s a distinct lack. As to being a fanboy , why would I want a gfx card with only one fan , when i could have one with three fans ?? I would like an ITX version of the rx580 rx590 as freesync seems to be a good value addition , but I expect its gotta be Nvidia either 1060 or 1070 . Yes AMD tends to be better prices too. :D


MSI also do an RX550 and a RX560 in ITX. All ITX designs (bar the Nano) are board partner designs. They only produce them if they are going to sell enough to make it financially viable. While it's not so much of a problem for Nvidia board partners as they have the large market share but also customers willing to pay top dollar for cards. Meanwhile most AMD GPU customers are looking for bang for buck. ITX cards are always cost more and offer less performance. ITX gaming/performance computing is a limited market that AMD boards partners obviously don't think there is enough of a market (in AMD's market share) to make it worthwhile.


What’s this then? https://www.amazon.co.uk/SAPPHIRE-Radeon-PULSE-GDDR5-Graphics/dp/B071XPH2V1 Looks like an AMD RX 570 ITX with a single 6-pin connector to me? Not that I’d recommend it as the fan is prone to breaking but it’s what you’ve asked for and said doesn’t exist. Sapphire make good dual fan cards but the ITX one is one to avoid. But just to balance it out, the ITX nVidia ones are generally Gigabyte which are as bad if not worse for fan failure. I believe there were rumours of a Vega ITX at one point but I don’t fancy that! I have a small case but height is my issue, not length.


What are you talking about, he is absolutely right, the lack of choice for AMD ITX is disgusting as someone with one of the smallest ITX cases on the market. Nvidia offer an ITX 1050, 1060, 1070 and 1080. AMD have an ITX 570 only..... .... and it's made by Sapphire who are regarded as tripe and there are tons of reviews out there about how the fan on it dies, so, AMD basically have zero current gen ITX cards on the market. I currently have an ITX r9 270x and AMD are basically forcing me to buy Nvidia.


Please try harder to be a nvidia fanboy...

Intel i5 9600k - OEM £248.99 plus del £8.70= £257.69 @ OCL
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Best price I've seen yet for a 9th Gen CPU. This is the i5 9600k 3.7 GHz Six-Core LGA 1151 Processor from Intel is designed for gaming, creating, and productivity. 1 Year Warranty.

Bought one of these recently to replace a Ryzen 1600. Been a great CPU for gaming thus far. Even at stock settings without any overclock. It has been superb with my 2080TI and I'm not getting any sort of bottleneck on the GPU with it. If all you care for is price/performance ratios, then it's probably not for you, but if you care for great performance and a decent price then it's worth considering.


Yup. The 8700k fell close to this price too. https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Intel-BX80684I78700K-Core-i7-8700K-Processor/product/B07598VZR8?context=search


He has a point.


I wasn't slagging it off. I was merely stating the guy was a troll for clicking into a deal about an Intel chip simply to slag the chip off. He clearly had no interest in the deal he just wanted to troll the OP.


I'm considering moving to many-core AMD for my next build, but only when the single thread performance can at least match my i7 4790K @ 4.9 GHz. At current performance increases, I'm expecting not to be making a move for another 3-5 years.

CITIZEN GAMING PC - VEGA 56, Ryzen 5 2600, 16GB 3000mhz RAM - £736.91 Inc Del @ OCUK **3 FREE GAMES**
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**UPDATE - You can get FREE delivery by using the AMAZON checkout option making this an even better deal at £736.91 - Thanks to @danol21 and others for pointing this out** Just … Read more
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Bit the bullet and ordered this. While there's no cashback, went via the BA Avios store, so hopefully got an extra 736 points coming my way, plus however many I get for using my Lloyds Avios AMEX...


Beware - it's VERY hard, almost impossible, to install windows 7 on a ryzen based chip and mobo. I wasn't aware of this (well I was kinda, but hadn't realised it really applied to my build). I bought a bundle of B350 Plus mobo, ram and Ryzen 2400g and I have spent the last month on and off trying to install win7. Yes, a month - probably 50+ hours and I'm no nearer. Yes there are guides on the net and Youtube vids as it is technically possible, but many people cannot get it to install and often it's down to failures in producing bespoke/modified Win7 discs or USB drive images. It's mostly down to the fact that Win7 doesn't have the required drivers (mainly USB) to get this mobo and chip up and running. I've heard you can try installing Win7 on another pc and then swapping the HDD into the new build, but this method also comes with many issues and you could be some time trying to work out and solve many problems. I've also heard this method often gives you the BSOD. I'm not giving up yet, but as much as I hate it I might have no option but to go over to Win10. Microsoft could easily produce a modified/updated Win7 OS, but they won't as they want to force people to Win10 - with all the security and privacy issues that come with it. The manufacturers appear to be in cahoots with MS to ensure their new hardware doesn't run Win7. Of course, if anybody knows better than what I'm saying then please let us know as it might help me get Win7 on mine!


Yes. Even if it's just higher frames or graphics settings. Xbox one X, although powerful, even at native 4K it will be on medium graphic settings at best, and usually 30fps. With this PC, it will play any game on ultra/max at 1080p, high to ultra at 1440p and most at 4K on medium , all 60fps and above. Some of the more heavy graphic demanding games may require low-medium settings at 4K for 60fps. Tip for everybody playing at 1440p and above: Turn off AA! It's barely noticeable at 1440p and not noticeable at all in 4K.


Even if it's a entry level PSU, as long as it's been rated 80Plus, it should be perfectly fine. It's when it hasn't been rated when you should be skeptical when using it with expensive parts. If it turns out to be the entry motherboard it shouldn't be too much of an issue either really unless you really enjoy fiddling about with the parts and bios options etc. And the RAM, although a budget brand, if is 16GB and 3000mz, it should be perfectly fine, it might just not last as long as a higher quality brand etc. It's usually always a good idea to build your own just so you know the exact parts etc but as long as you buy from a reputable company, like Overclockers, a pre built will be just fine.


Yes they'll both handle it.

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Next best price is around £150. This is the Core version, so no numeric keypad
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RE: Missing numpad. It's a TKL (tenkeyless) layout, often favoured by gamers. It's a gaming keyboard, so...


I think the numpad can be purchased separately for another £40, and clips on to the rest of the keyboard. Buying the kb and numpad separately costs less than the price of the package with both included :) Also if you're a heavy numpad user this kb is not recommended anyway. According to all reviews I've read, the numpad is a bit wobbly when it attached to the kb.


Ok. Never said they didn’t. Just disappointing for me that it doesn’t include a numpad


Can't decide on this or the Corsair K65 LUX. Got the K70 already and love it but want a TKL as never use the numpad. Is there a way to get free delivery on Overclockers?


Some people don't want nupads on keyboards...

Black Friday deal. Asus strictly OC Vega 64 GPU+ 3 free games £409.99 / £420.49 Delivered @ Overclockers
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Another amazing deal from overclockers for black Friday. This was £499.99 when I bought it last week and is probably the best Vega 64 on the market to date. Comes with 3 years warr… Read more
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I am not a rebel , so ....."designed for the rebel in all of us" ... "


Asus cheaped and used the same Nvidia Strix cooler, it suffers downclocking apparently due to the VRM's not cooled properly and the card throttles back. So the Sapphire/PowerColor perform a lot better. See this post >> https://forums.overclockers.co.uk/threads/asus-strix-amd-vega-64-under-450-interested.18830240/page-5 You can fix it by replacing the thermal pads, which means taking it apart.



MSI Optix MPG27CQ 27" 2560x1440 VA FREESYNC 144Hz 1ms £399.95 + Del (£411.05) @ OCUK
Found 17th NovFound 17th Nov
This monitor was posted about an hour ago by somebody else for £211 odd but i'm guessing that was an error as was quickly removed by admin. Not quite sure where it was on offer for… Read more

is this the same VA 1800R panel that gains dead pixels as it ages that is used in the Samsung screen?


More expensive than the 32” version I posted yesterday!!


No offence taken. I look forward to critiquing your first deal post when it goes live... thanks for your contribution.


They had a 2.6* review in your screenshot above, and I'd probably agree with that having used them and had problems. Overclockers show less at 2.5*, but I haven't used them. You said those reviews were irrelevant, I was merely stating why they were relevant to me. I use HUKD to see what deals are coming up, but don't buy just because something is cheap. Sorry my post has obviously offended you, it wasn't intended. Perhaps you might like to add a screenshot of reviews of the item in the deal rather than the sellers in future as that is more relevant.


Ok but what's ebuyer got to do with this deal?

ACER PREDATOR XF270HUA - £379.99 @ Overclockers
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27" 2560X1440 IPS FREESYNC 144HZ GAMING WIDESCREEN LED MONITOR Quad HD check IPS check 144hz check Below £400 price tag check This should compliment your recently bought Vega car… Read more
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Hahaha yeah seems so. Mind I was thinking the same but when I looked closer while this doesn't have a big sale sign still cheaper than the ones that are coming on sale


People need a massive red sale sign in order to appreciate a good deal. That's why


Thanks for this link. Having a look at monitors for the price this is pretty much spot on. Just ordered it. Weird that it's not more popular though


The only mainstream LCD panel that could beat IPS in 'blacks' would be VA, which have a whole different set of issues.

MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Graphics Card - £398.99 (+£10 Delivery) @ OcUK
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G Core Clock: 1607MHz Boost Clock: 1683MHz Memory: 8192MB 8000MHz GDDR5 Stream Processors: 2432 SLI Ready VR Ready PhysX/CUDA Enabled 3 Years Warranty. Read more

Get the Saphire Vega64 Nitro+ that's currently £398 on OCUk. Will easily grant you an extra 10-20fps ontop of a 1070ti See: eurogamer.net/articles/digitalfoundry-2018-11-5-radeon-rx-vega-64-benchmarks-7001 And: Edit: How could I forget - you get 3 free games with the Vega64 too as apart of a current AMD promo: Devil May Cry 4, The Division 2, Resident Evil 2. No brainer really.


rofl just get a vega 64 if you're even contemplating this - £400 today.


Done. Thanks for letting me know.


Hi @iLefty98 - another discussion about Overclockers stuff mentions a £10 shipping cost which you might need to add to the deal.

INTEL CORE I7 8086K ¦ Z370 ULTRA GAMING WIFI ¦ 16GB RGB RAM + **FREE 512GB SSD** £790.49 Delivered @ Overclockers
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In this bundle you get: Intel Core i7 8086K Anniversary Edition Processor with 5.0GHz Turbo. Gigabyte Z370 Ultra Gaming WIFI RGB Motherboard. 16GB Gigabyte RGB 3200MHz Memory. … Read more
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If I get the i5 8700k without a GPU because I won't be gaming.


intel all the way, the choice is yours and depends how much you want to spend, also depends what GPU/GPU/s you want to use


I just bought this but swapped out the mobo for a z390 MSI one for an extra £50 https://www.scan.co.uk/products/3xs-z370-overclocked-bundle-intel-core-i7-8700k-coffee-lake-asus-prime-z370-p-16gb-ddr4-corsair-hydr Granted this is with a cooler not an ssd


By cheaper parts, you mean less expensive right (and arguably better)? Since I am pretty sure that Corsair RAM with a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer at the same speed, vs. Gigabyte (made by Team Group) RAM with a warranty only from the store you bought it from seems like the 'cheaper' part priced higher, but I guess those RGB lights make up for it. Sigh.


Recommend me a build, should I get AMD or Intel?

Free Assassin's Creed® Odyssey- MSI OPTIX  27" 2560X1440 VA FREESYNC 144HZ 1MS CURVED WIDESCREEN GAMING MONITOR, £319.99 at Overclockers
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Buy MSI Selected Intel Z390 / AMD X470 GAMING MOTHERBOARD or GAMING MONITOR, Get the Assassin’s Creed® Odyssey Standard Edition PC Digital For Free. 2560x1440 Resolution 50M:… Read more

The MAG27C is 1080p 144hz and the MAG27CQ is 1440p 144hz. It seems they have messed up the listing and used the specs for the MAG27CQ. You could purchase and see what you get sent.


is this the same monitor at laptops direct for £259.97? MSI Optix MAG27C


very tempted by this deal but I'll pass :( "Ordinary monitor for a mixed usage. While it isn't a completely terrible display, the MSI G27C's overall performance is below average. Thanks to its 144 Hz refresh rate and low input lag, it does provide a decent gaming experience, but its mediocre picture quality and the very narrow viewing angle can often cause issues." https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/msi/optix-g27c


Redeem your game here, first comment too (y)


How does one redeem the free game?

Intel CORE I7-7740X 4.3GHZ (KABYLAKE X / BASIN FALLS) CPU, £218.99 @ overclockers
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
In stock on 30.11.18. The arrival of socket 2066 and its accompanying Core i7 and Core i5 CPUs bearing the codename "Kaby Lake-X" heralds a new generation in Intel's enthusiast … Read more

Looking at the description it seems to only support the 2 worst CPUs on the X299 platform, the i7 7740x and the i5 7720x which might explain its sub £100 price however that may be a mistake as I've never heard of an X299 board that doesn't support better than that. It's worth the extra money getting a better X299 board as that's why the platform exists, getting a basic board and a quad core CPU with socket 2066 is pointless and you'd be better picking up a 6 core i5 and an LGA 1151 board unless you plan on getting a massive upgrade or only need a specific X299 exclusive feature. Also worth noting that the 2 afore mention CPUs do not support quad channel memory and only the rightmost 4 slots will function.


"The arrival of socket 2066 and its accompanying Core i7 and Core i5 CPUs bearing the codename "Kaby Lake-X"heralds a new generation in Intel's enthusiast class CPUs and X299 motherboards" aka when ryzen launched we poo-pooed our pants, panicked and launched this useless dead end product lineup




Would this board be okay woth this £93.59 from the states. https://m.newegg.com/global/uk/product/N82E16813145033?&ignorebbr=true&nm_mc=KNC-GoogleUKAdwords-Global-Mobile&cm_mmc=KNC-GoogleUKAdwords-Global-Mobile-_-pla-_-Motherboards+-+Intel-_-N82E16813145033&gclid=CjwKCAiAz7TfBRAKEiwAz8fKOC1yFBE3x8JazJvPdZlcfShRInN1PiNsYC2YiFXMFjDjBmPc8I_kmxoCUuIQAvD_BwE


There is something so called i5 only X299 Aorus motherboard for £145. Still pointless though.

Finally is here RX590 nitro + special edition - £259.99 @ Overclockers
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The AMD Radeon RX 590 takes the RX 580 and perfects it by reducing fron 14nm down to a 12nm finfet manufacturing process to further reduce running temperatures, lower power consump… Read more
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So the 580 was an overclocked 480 and this is a super overclocked 480 with a shrink to 12nm to help the power draw and a 200mhz oc. Talk about a rehash of a rehash.


Scan has it for 249.99 but delivery charges can take it up to £261


Do any one mine on GPU this days? Unless you get electricity for free.


How is this for mining? (lol)


If there aren't any REAL deals on GPUs this American-holiday-Friday-where-people-are-really-convinced-it-means-there-are-going-be-great-deals-in-the-UK, then I'm just going to stop talking to everyone. Sick of waiting for decent prices on GPUs now... PC games sales will surely start suffering soon.

TeamGroup   Vulcan T-Force 16gb DDR4 3000mhz £108.65 delivered @ OCUK
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Specification:- - CPU Compatibility: Intel Skylake/Kabylake & AMD Ryzen - Chipset: Intel Z170/Z270 & AMD Ryzen - Capacity: 16GB (8GBx2) - Dual Channel kit: Yes - Tested Spe… Read more

This should almost definitely do 3000 MHz on Ryzen. As long as bios most up to date


Generally speaking I would not recommend buying anything below 3000mhz for AMD platform. When you oc'ing you are playing with higher voltages and CL timings will be respectively compromised. RAM prices are plummeting on black friday you will see 3000mhz going for under 100£.


That's my point, XMP is just a saved configuration. Eg. 3000mhz cas 16 set at 16, 16, 16, 36 with a 1.35v.... This however is unlikely to work on Ryzen due to what you have said. 3200mhz RAM cas 14 is ultimately a Samsung b-die chip. Hence why they work better with Ryzen, however I'm asking if hynix chips can or will go beyond 2666mhz with OC or not using Ryzen 1st gen CPU.


Can anyone recommend best motherbaord to go with this and i7 9th gen also would I be better of buying this https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017NW5NZY?tag=22&th=1 Slower speed but I have used Corsair before and had no problems or would teamgroup be a better option


XMP works with intel only, if you want 3000Mhz on AMD based board you have to set that clocks in Bios. Intel passively underclocks the ram when browsing or doing stuff that is not demanding and switches to XMP when gaming for example. AMD need ram sticks to be clocked to 3000Mhz to have that 3000Mhz all the time which is not very heathy for the modules unless they are well exposed to a proper air flow inside the case. That's why people which are buying RAMs are always advised to buy RAM DDR4 as fast as possible, many times 3200Mhz is the best for AMD. Intel works perfect with 2666Mhz with RAM that has much lower CL times on the modules. (CL - responsivenes per instruction)

Black Friday deal!! Amd Sapphire Vega 56 Only £299.99 with £150 worth of games! @ Overclockers
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Black Friday Deal Goes live today. Best Vega 54 Deal around plus free games. RADEON RX VEGA 56 PULSE 8GB HBM2 PCI-EXPRESS GRAPHICS CARD (11276-02-40G)The base of the new SAPPHIRE… Read more
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Sad, they don't deliver to Slovakia. I have moved from UK and since Slovakia isn't on the Earth any more, even the world wide delivery doesn't help.


Both Gsync and freesync use dedicated hardware to match frequency, however Gsync hardware can only be purchased by certain monitor makers from Nvidia itself with a Nvidia tax. Freesync hardware only has to meet the standard and can be purchased from anyone and doesn't have that 'tax' on it.


Aren’t Gsync monitors more expensive due to them having another card within the monitor whereas freesync monitors use software instead?


My GTX 970 has 2 x 6 PCI-e Power adapters, I assume that I can use these adaptors to convert to 8 pin? My PSU is a Corsair HW620 https://www.amazon.co.uk/Startech-Express-Power-Adapter-Cable/dp/B001TK3TJY


Just a heads up if anyone still wants one at this price. They have sold out of the current stock, and OCUK have posted on their forums that more stock is expected mid December. However you only have till tomorrow to pre-order at this price apparently.

Black Friday Deal!! Sapphire Radeon RX VEGA 64 Nitro+ Graphics Card & Fully loaded games bundle @ £399.99 today at  Overclockers
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Highly anticipated deal from overclockers on the AMD Sapphire vega 64 nitro+ graphics card and games bundle. offer goes live today 15/11/2018 from £499.99-£399.99. happy Black Frid… Read more
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I'm going to take a stab at translating your image: 'I have a certain amount of posts on the OCUK forum and, crucially, reside on the Mainland UK. Therefore I qualify for free delivery'. Problem is, I live in Northern Ireland. So I only use Amazon. Incidentally, my mainland UK customers don't pay a penny more for delivery. Go figure.


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Tempted with the games but OC delivery charges means no. Think someone mentioned Amazon don't get the free games deals with these cards?


You got it in one buddy! (lol)

MSI Armor AMD Radeon RX 570 8GB for £158.99 (£169 next day delivery) @ OverClockers
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
A decent deal for the MSI Armor AMD RX 570 8GB.
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People would have to be absolute idiots to buy a Nvidia 1050Ti. (lol) AMD RX 570 around 45% faster for the same price, plus two free games from a choice of Resident Evil 2, The Division 2 & Devil MayCry 5.


Silly question- how much do you reckon the games would sell for on the bay? I’m not a gamer so don’t really know going rates. Had a quick look and only really see the retail versions of the games for sale. thanks


"Red Devil RX 590 comes with Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5 and The Division as part of 3 game bundle"


Don't be buying this today. From the 15th there is a new AMD promo with 3 free games. Resident Evil 2, Devil May Cry 5, and The Division 2.


Same as ebuyer as previously stated but comes with 1.5% topcashback