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Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini £218.99 @ Overclockers
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Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini Graphics Card; 1280 Core, 1506MHz GPU, 1708MHz Boost In stock on November 30th on Amazon Available now on Overclockers UK.
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Dealmessiah2 h, 42 m ago

Got this one earlier for my boys gaming pc (at £218). Great card


Wooohow? lol

Got this one earlier for my boys gaming pc (at £218). Great card
Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30 GHz LGA 2066 CPU-OEM, £197.69 from overclockers
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Posted? Intel Optane memory ready and support for Intel Optane SSDs Max Number of PCI Express Lanes 16 Compatible with Intel X299 Chipset 4 Cores/8 Threads Socket LGA 2066

daskapital6 h, 12 m ago

HOT! bargain. although I dont really like overclockers policy of opening …HOT! bargain. although I dont really like overclockers policy of opening up the box and 'testing' your chip for you .... do they do that on all of them or just the overclocked ones ?


Saw it somewhere before and appears its what they are doing here, they are binning the chips, taking the best ones and selling at a premium, the ones they are selling here are the worst overclockers of the bunch.

£10 cheaper on amazon if you want to wait that I posted earlier.

7740X on LGA2066 seems pointless

16 pci-e lanes

yet you pay the £200+ premium for the motherboard

like the i5 deal a few days ago, once you factor in the motherboard it's not good value

HOT! bargain. although I dont really like overclockers policy of opening up the box and 'testing' your chip for you .... do they do that on all of them or just the overclocked ones ?
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ROG STRIX B350-F & AMD RYZEN 5 SIX CORE 1600 CPU & MOTHERBOARD BUNDLE **£20 DISCOUNT** - £256.93 @ Overclockers w/ choice of 2 free games! Inc. COD WW2, Wolfenstein 2, Far Cry 5..
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Just ordered this from Overclockers it's a great motherboard and the Ryzen 5 1600, it comes with the wraith spire cooler which the 1600x doesn't, but every other site mentions a de… Read more
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removed from site now need to buy separate which totals higher price

This is a stonking deal. I'm seriously interested if the mobo is the same.

Just went to order this as I thought it was available all week, but it's gone now. Seems to have been replaced(?) by an inferior offer, £257 for same CPU but with a cheaper mobo.

I bought this board and a 1600X for my son's new build about 3-4 months ago which totalled about £340, but the processor has dropped about £60 now, so not a huge saving

Bah they've taken this down now. I rang up and asked if it was out of stock but they claimed to have taken it down because it's the same price to buy ryzen 5 & mobo separately. Which is complete rubbish as I've just tried it and it's definitely £20 more in my basket than it was. Oh well, serves me right should've grabbed it last night when I had the chance!
PowerColor RADEON RX VEGA 56 Back £389.99 / £399.89 inc p&p @ Overclockers
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Overclockers seems to have dropped the price of this card back to RRP for Black Friday.Its been around 450ish for the last couple of weeks so a good saving for now. The PowerColor… Read more

Amazon got this price delivery expected on 27th. Saphire version but same difference!

randomspam1 h, 53 m ago

Surprised this isn't hotter. At £390 nobody else is coming close on price.


except amazon bagged myself one last night

Surprised this isn't hotter. At £390 nobody else is coming close on price.

robodan91811 h, 44 m ago

Amen.And gamers - start mining yourselves in the time you're not using …Amen.And gamers - start mining yourselves in the time you're not using your gpu for gaming. It'll pay for itself and then some. You'll also be helping you literally change the way the world works


Only thing you'll be helping is global warming

polarbaba18 h, 0 m ago

Can't use crypto currencies without the miners... Hard to complain. ..I am …Can't use crypto currencies without the miners... Hard to complain. ..I am a gamer, but this disruptive new financial technology, allows genuine transactions between buyers and sellers without the fiat banking system getting it's mitts on your hard work.Find out how money is made.... Your mortgage isn't money borrowed from the bank, it's created from thin air, and you work for 25 years to pay back with real effort. Crypto currrencies help to stop this exploitation, and provide an alternative.


Yes we should all tie our finances up into something that could cease to exist in the same day with no backup or support. Its proven to be such a stable platform that will soon be owned by China because of cheap electricity. What could possibly go wrong. With all 5 places in the world you can use it, I'm really hoping it takes off :P
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AMDs Flagship 1800X Ryzen CPU for £298.69 Delivered @ OCUK. with FREE Quake Game too
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Totally insane price for the 1800X Ryzen CPU from AMD. This CPU competes with a Intel 7820X CPU which retails at over £500

Its not competing with the 7820X either. If its each companies flagship vs flagship then its competing with the 8700k surely? Which, of course is a lot cheaper and far better for gaming, OC’in etc than a Skylake-X 7820X.

overclockers.co.uk/amd…tml

Regular 1700 is 229.99, and comes with cooler which would allow for mild overclock. Also a proper banging deal!

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powerbrick4 m ago

Superb customer service via Amazon - OCUK doesn't have that


That was true a number of years ago, but since the owner of OcUK sold the business to a German company the level of customer service is much improved.
Edited by: "cokeboy" 20th Nov

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powerbrick11 m ago

not the flagship.


Threadrippper is a different thing, that maybe Ryzen, but is a different platform.

cokeboy5 m ago

Free Quake Champions Games via OcUK - Amazon doesn't have that.


Superb customer service via Amazon - OCUK doesn't have that
RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700X £239.99  Overclockers
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8 "Zen" cores with a low 95 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP) 16 Threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT) Very high single- and multi-thread performance 3,4 GHz… Read more

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Oneday778 h, 52 m ago

The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the …The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the 1700X and 1800X. Though not on stock cooler.



The 1700 can hit that clock speed but i wouldnt say its typical of the chip to get to those heights. Many people consider 4.0ghz at a decent voltage to be silicon lottery territory and 4.1ghz stable is very hard to hit without putting loads of volts through and even then it can be hard to push it that far. I have a 1700x that gets to 3.9ghz without excessive voltage, to get it anywhere near stable at 4.0ghz it takes a hell of a lot more volts and even then it still crashes under certain programs and stress tests.
Edited by: "Leeman20" 20th Nov

bouttime24 h, 26 m ago

Very good price. But 1700 is £229.99 and includes LED cooler may be even …Very good price. But 1700 is £229.99 and includes LED cooler may be even better!


The 1700 also typically overclocks to about 4.0-4.1GHz, similar to the 1700X and 1800X. Though not on stock cooler.

Crazy how much processor your getting for just £240! Love that the market has been shaken up!

Same price now on Amazon.

£8.70* P&P
RYZEN 5 SIX CORE 1600 £158.99+£8.70 postage.  Overclockers
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Good price for an already price to performance chip. it says a free item is also included but have'nt got time to look.

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mehmeh9 h, 47 m ago

+£8.70 postage.


apologies for not putting it in the title of the deal, i was in a rush on my phone and forgot about overclockers delivery charges. Cant blame them completely as i know scan also puts a big premium on there delivery and don't give you a free delivery option which is kind of disappointing.

Another sign that the proces of Ryzen will fall and the drop a few weeks ago wasnt just a blip.
The updated Pinnacle Ridge will be launching in February and price cuts will help them comepete with Intel Coffee lake , until then.

Wait for Amazon to match.

Hot deal.

Again with this P&P crap I'm not paying £8.70* for postage are they high?

mehmeh1 h, 8 m ago

+£8.70 postage.


really, that seems extortionate for shipping a small item such as this, where the hell is it coming from Santas workshop?

+£8.70 postage.
COOLER MASTER MASTERKEYS S PBT MECHANICAL GAMING KEYBOARD BROWN CHERRY MX SWITCHES at Overclockers for £59.89
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The MasterKeys S is all about wrapping that classic Cooler Master mechanical feel in a sturdy, minimalist tenkeyless design. Steadfast essentials include on-the-fly macros and swit… Read more

louiselouise20th Nov

I have very little experience of mech keyboards, which is why I went on …I have very little experience of mech keyboards, which is why I went on the Reddit "Ask Any Question, Get An Answer" Mechanical Keyboards thread https://www.reddit.com/r/MechanicalKeyboards/comments/7djwj8/rmechanicalkeyboards_ask_any_question_get_an/So, probably best asking on there and being specific about your requirements. Also mention you're in the UK, as a few sent me US links (they weren't to know, and it was silly of me not to point that out).I'm using a Outemu Blue 'board and not that happy with it. Too clacky, sometimes keypresses don't register or stutter "eeeeeeee", and the bane of my life, smudged keycaps - so I want something that will go the distance for a change.


Thanks very much for taking the time and trouble to reply - sorry I only just saw it!
(By the way, my previous comment was placed 'under review' / in moderation by HUKD - for some unknown reason - so I had no idea if or when it would be posted.)

Thanks again and I'll try to follow your advice. As I type a lot, I'm looking for a mechanical keyboard that is as 'quiet' as possible when typing, so not too 'clacky' as you said!

If anyone else also has any advice about the best mechanical keyboards for typing (not gaming etc), please feel free to reply! Cheers

P.S. I just had a look at the Reddit forum / thread that you kindly mentioned .. - quite a technical bunch, aren't they?!
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Over.The.Knee8 h, 59 m ago

Hey louiselouise! I'm also looking for a mechanical keyboard, in my …Hey louiselouise! I'm also looking for a mechanical keyboard, in my case exclusively for typing (documents and emails etc), not for gaming or anything else. You said you type a lot, which I do too, so are you also looking for a keyboard for typing only? In which case, which is the top keyboard that you'd ideally like to get? What colour switches etc? Have you had a mechanical keyboard before (I haven't) and have you tried any/many in shops?Thanks if you have time to answer any of this, but no problem otherwise! Have a good night!



I have very little experience of mech keyboards, which is why I went on the Reddit "Ask Any Question, Get An Answer" Mechanical Keyboards thread reddit.com/r/M…an/

So, probably best asking on there and being specific about your requirements. Also mention you're in the UK, as a few sent me US links (they weren't to know, and it was silly of me not to point that out).

I'm using a Outemu Blue 'board and not that happy with it. Too clacky, sometimes keypresses don't register or stutter "eeeeeeee", and the bane of my life, smudged keycaps - so I want something that will go the distance for a change.

louiselouise14 m ago

I've read a few reviews of the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L and PBT key …I've read a few reviews of the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L and PBT key caps aren't mentioned anywhere. It's not on their website anymore. https://lanoc.org/review/input-devices/7194-cooler-master-masterkeys-pro-l?showall=1The keycaps are your standard backlit design. They have a white transparent base with a black finish painted on to them and then the legend is lasered off the cap so it is backlit. They aren’t especially thick, but they do get the job done. This design isn’t really made to last forever though and will be the failing point for the keyboard. I didn’t have any wear in my testing but I would expect to see the finish get a little thin on heavely used keys after a few years, long before the switches go bad. Lucky for you though with a standard bottom row you can replace them with just about anything on the market including the PBT backlit caps from Vortex that I have been using on my Code that will hold up for much longer.[Video] And someone on Reddit warned me off Corsair yesterday I type so much, I wear away keys, so cheap ABS keycaps don't last long with me - though I know it's more complex than that.


Hey louiselouise! I'm also looking for a mechanical keyboard, in my case exclusively for typing (documents and emails etc), not for gaming or anything else. You said you type a lot, which I do too, so are you also looking for a keyboard for typing only? In which case, which is the top keyboard that you'd ideally like to get? What colour switches etc? Have you had a mechanical keyboard before (I haven't) and have you tried any/many in shops?

Thanks if you have time to answer any of this, but no problem otherwise! Have a good night!

cascadde15 m ago

The coolermaster has PBT caps



I've read a few reviews of the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L and PBT key caps aren't mentioned anywhere. It's not on their website anymore.

lanoc.org/rev…l=1
The keycaps are your standard backlit design. They have a white transparent base with a black finish painted on to them and then the legend is lasered off the cap so it is backlit. They aren’t especially thick, but they do get the job done. This design isn’t really made to last forever though and will be the failing point for the keyboard. I didn’t have any wear in my testing but I would expect to see the finish get a little thin on heavely used keys after a few years, long before the switches go bad. Lucky for you though with a standard bottom row you can replace them with just about anything on the market including the PBT backlit caps from Vortex that I have been using on my Code that will hold up for much longer.
And someone on Reddit warned me off Corsair yesterday

I type so much, I wear away keys, so cheap ABS keycaps don't last long with me - though I know it's more complex than that.
Edited by: "louiselouise" 20th Nov

cascadde16 m ago

https://www.overclockers.co.uk/cooler-master-masterkeys-pro-l-rgb-led-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-cherry-brown-switches-kb-03h-cm.htmlhttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Corsair-CH-9000226-UK-Performance-Mechanical-Keyboard/dp/B010091QJO/ref=sr_1_9?ie=UTF8&qid=1511146761&sr=8-9&keywords=mechanical+keyboard&th=1Or if you don't mind the 'small scratches' this used one is 20% off (so £59.70):https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0127NHKAK/ref=dp_olp_all_mbc?ie=UTF8&condition=all



Not seeing PBT keycaps mentioned for that one, but thanks anyway.
Core i5-7640X 4.0GHz (KabyLake X / Basin Falls) Socket LGA2066 Processor 148.69 delivered @ Overclockers
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Seems to be 200 plus at other retailers such as laptops direct...granted not the best platform since cannonlake released but just like everything else PC related theyre either out … Read more

jomay1 h, 17 m ago

Well, I disagree - it very much depends. The enthusiast platform usually …Well, I disagree - it very much depends. The enthusiast platform usually supports more memory (up to 128GB!) and has more PCI-e lanes, which are useful for Crossfire or SLI. It seems the max memory and PCI-e lanes depend on the CPU https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_2066 and this would be a prime reason for me to go for a 7800X. The 7640X only supports 64GB and 16 PCIe lanes.Overall the enthusiast platform has lots of features and lots of connectors on the motherboard. Useful for a workstation, but normal users won't really benefit from that.I'm a bit puzzled by Aghartas comment about "power efficiency" - this is certainly not a feature of the enthusiast platform. Even the motherboards often draw a lot of power based on my experience with a i7-3930k.


i was talking about this CPU not a 7800X

yes, some people want enthusiast and that's fine, but this CPU does not offer many of the features of the enthusiast segment so seems poor value compared to the mainstream. as you say this has 16 pci-e lanes so offers no benefit over a 7600K for example, but you pay a huge platform premium for this one. hence why i voted cold, and most people would. there was a lot of outrage from tech reviewers over CPUs like this which are basically LGA2066 versions of Kaby Lake mainsteam processors

adamspencer955 h, 0 m ago

as above really, for the CPU alone it's a good deal, but once you add the …as above really, for the CPU alone it's a good deal, but once you add the motherboard, you're much better off going mainstream with an 8th gen i5 or i7.


Well, I disagree - it very much depends. The enthusiast platform usually supports more memory (up to 128GB!) and has more PCI-e lanes, which are useful for Crossfire or SLI. It seems the max memory and PCI-e lanes depend on the CPU en.wikipedia.org/wik…066 and this would be a prime reason for me to go for a 7800X. The 7640X only supports 64GB and 16 PCIe lanes.

Overall the enthusiast platform has lots of features and lots of connectors on the motherboard. Useful for a workstation, but normal users won't really benefit from that.

I'm a bit puzzled by Aghartas comment about "power efficiency" - this is certainly not a feature of the enthusiast platform. Even the motherboards often draw a lot of power based on my experience with a i7-3930k.

as above really, for the CPU alone it's a good deal, but once you add the motherboard, you're much better off going mainstream with an 8th gen i5 or i7.

Was the bclk thing not patched for the 6700 and 6500?

Agharta8 m ago

Not if you just want the highest clock speeds and power efficiency for a …Not if you just want the highest clock speeds and power efficiency for a quiet system.DAW users aren't normal!



Well in that case you have to buy the mainstream platforms! Lol but you should post the 7800X deal.

I don't know how well it would go down here but if you point out it's close to 8700K performance and overall not as expensive even with the costly x299 platform it should do well. Also it's actually available right now!
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M3 Portable 4TB External Hard Drive £99.95 @ Overclockers
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Seems to be the best price for a new 4TB portable drive at the moment Delivery: £8.70 (or free delivery if you're a forum member) Edit: delivery info added (thanks CHUNGHO1)
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Hmm, maybe. I was a member anyway. I don't think the requirements are high - may as well join now and post a bit if that's required for future deals.

eBuyer and a few of those others have questionable customer service no?

The thing is, with free postage overclockers can be the cheapest option.

This is an example, £4 less than Amazon with free postage, £4 more without.

So fair enough really. If you want them as the cheapest option sometimes, put the little bit of work in to get free postage.

I'd happilly pay £4 more to Overclockers than eBuyer when spending £100 to be honest.

Shinoke14 h, 29 m ago

Or just join as a forum member - really not difficult is it?



Don't you have piss around wasting time building up comments posted b4 you get the free postage? amazon, ebuyer, novatech, scan, alza, newegg, pcworld, aria etc. don't force such nonsense and provide a free post option.
Edited by: "revolver31" 19th Nov

Or just join as a forum member - really not difficult is it?

£8.70 post lol makes it no longer a deal just buy from amazon or wherever, its pretty much always the same story with overclockers perception is a deal until you hit the checkout and get bent over with postage costs.
Edited by: "revolver31" 18th Nov

£104.51 from amazon delivered.
Gigabyte Gaming Laptop - NVIDIA GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5, 17.3" FHD IPS, INTEL I7-7700HQ - £1,399.99 @ Overclockers
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Black Friday Gaming Laptop Deal. This is for those that want power and mobility. (Not to be compared to a desktop, this is for road warriors or those with limited space). Cheapes… Read more
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It's 60hz, no wonder they don't advertise it. They do a QHD panel with 120hz they call it the p57x v7 cf1, sells for over 2K.
Edited by: "ChrisGreg" 20th Nov

Anyone know the refresh rate of the screen? Cant seem to find it listed

sorry didnt take it just the txt version and emailed it to myself to share via the app
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supermqd13 m ago

posted benchmark for you hope it helps sorry for delay been busy working, …posted benchmark for you hope it helps sorry for delay been busy working, the usb hdd is external was just copying files from the 2tb internal to clear space.


Thanks, I appreciate the helpful information. Do you have url link to your posted benchmark so I can compare up against other benchmarked systems? It will give you a better idea

ThreefingerSalute18th Nov

Once you've ran the benchmark it should give you web link to your results.

posted benchmark for you hope it helps sorry for delay been busy working, the usb hdd is external was just copying files from the 2tb internal to clear space.
CORSAIR GAMING K40 USB RGB GAMING KEYBOARD £39.99 with code OCUKK40 @ Overclockers
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CORSAIR GAMING K40 USB RGB GAMING KEYBOARD £39.99 Use Code OCUKK40 at checkout. Seems a good price for a RGB keyboard from a decent brand.
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This is a fabulous keyboard. I have had one for >1 year and use it for work and gaming. I paid a looott more for it, so hot.

It is not mechanical, but has a great response for a rubber dome keyboard.The software and recordable keys are pretty useful at times as well, nothing flash though.
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Gynx22 m ago

You're correct. I don't know what the criteria for it is at the moment, …You're correct. I don't know what the criteria for it is at the moment, but I know mine that I set up ages ago and haven't used since is still valid. Worth it, otherwise most of their 'deals' become out right terrible.




Cheers for clearing this up

geebeegooner11 m ago

I know I was Gunna add it to the deal but I thought it was even worth …I know I was Gunna add it to the deal but I thought it was even worth posting after that. So I deleted this deal and it got reposted Think some people get it free though for making comments on there forums or I'm getting mixed up.



You're correct. I don't know what the criteria for it is at the moment, but I know mine that I set up ages ago and haven't used since is still valid. Worth it, otherwise most of their 'deals' become out right terrible.
Edited by: "Gynx" 14th Nov

CAL2328 m ago

£9.90 delivery. Do one Overclockers!



It can be worth the investment in time with Overclockers to do the forum account posts requirement for free delivery. Helps with they occasionally have good deals.

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CAL2318 m ago

£9.90 delivery. Do one Overclockers!




I know I was Gunna add it to the deal but I thought it was even worth posting after that. So I deleted this deal and it got reposted
Think some people get it free though for making comments on there forums or I'm getting mixed up.
NZXT H440 Special Edition 'Team EnVyUs' PC Case - Overclockers £99.95
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Best price I can find for this NZXT H440 PC case usually around about £120 everywhere else. So a decent £20 saving from Overclockers if you don't mind the minimalistic 'Team EnVyUs… Read more
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magicmikethegrea9 h, 56 m ago

Thought it was a Nespresso machine.



Oh man, you beat me to the joke!

I was gonna say I just bought mine for the kitchen

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LOve my H440 silent. This looks even better. I would prefer red than blue.

Thought it was a Nespresso machine.
AMD RX VEGA 56 8GB PowerColor £409.99 / £419.89 delivered @ Overclockers
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Not a bad price for the card. Comparable to the GTX 1070, overclocks like a champ from what I've seen. Decent buy for anybody with a freesync monitor that wants to push graphica… Read more
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robodan9181 h, 38 m ago

if there was something I considered a deal I wouldRRP on Vega56 is …if there was something I considered a deal I wouldRRP on Vega56 is 389Posting something at or above RRP is not a dealI thought that would be obvious



Just to confirm, you cannot find a Vega 56 for £389 right now, can you? Nor one for less that the overclockers price?

PhattyHUKD10 h, 30 m ago

Post the better deal then,


if there was something I considered a deal I would
RRP on Vega56 is 389
Posting something at or above RRP is not a deal
I thought that would be obvious

This deal is still live

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robodan9182 h, 21 m ago

as mentioned, yes they have.



Post the better deal then,

PhattyHUKD4 h, 55 m ago

The price hasn't come back down to £380-390, and this is currently the …The price hasn't come back down to £380-390, and this is currently the cheapest available. Since nobody has a time machine to spare to go back and buy the card for less, this is a deal.


as mentioned, yes they have.
Radeon RX 580 Red Dragon V2 8192MB £239.99 / £249.89 delivered @ Overclockers
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Reduced even further - now down to £239.99 Its worth noting the cooling shroud on this card does protrude into 3rd pci slot - so will obsrtuct any cards being installed next to it… Read more
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Now up to £248.99. Does anyone know of anywhere this (or similar) is cheaper?

DJSyko2 h, 35 m ago

Will this go well with the ryzen CPU that was hot the other day?


The R5 1600? Absolutely!

Will this go well with the ryzen CPU that was hot the other day?

excellent!! cheers!!

LukeyWolf20 m ago

Weird, my R9 380X NITRO hasn't suffered from coil wine yet and I've had it …Weird, my R9 380X NITRO hasn't suffered from coil wine yet and I've had it since launch basically and yes it's a great looking card too


From what I've heard, getting coil whine is just the luck of the draw. I don't think it affects performance at all, it just gets a little annoying if I'm running a graphically-demanding game/a game at high FPS, because not only do I hear the coil whine coming from my PC, but it seems to somehow leak through my headphones if I plug them into my front jack.
GeForce GTX 1060 Mini 6144MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £239 + £10 delivery @Overclockers
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Please note its the 6Gb version not the cheaper 3gb before voting. Same performance as the full size cards, cheapest I could find in the UK. Great for small PC's or even full size… Read more

ritchiedrama5th Nov

Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles …Optimized better is the absolute wrong thing to say. More like consoles run with terrible FPS so therefore it just doesn't matter you mean.


Console games have to run across one or two SKUs with low level access to a specific configuration. By nature, they are better optimized as they can take advantage of specific tricks and hardware quirks they can rely on existing to get a 'guaranteed' performance across a range of machines.
PC games have to accomodate for a wide range of hardware, so they're often quite badly 'optimized' due to being blanket solutions run through a common API with a broad range of capabilities to account for.

Good price, good card.

It won't do 4K/60FPS in modern games like, but turn some settings down and/or create a custom resolution and you get good image quality and performance with this thing.
For reference, the card is slightly better than the GPU in that new fangled Xbox One X. That can do "4K" so this card can too.

TALON197330 m ago

You won't be hitting 60 GPS @ 4k with a 6 year old graphics card.



I wasn't referring to 4K for that part, I just meant for 1080P gaming Like an Xbox one was. And as I said, PC has higher graphical settings than a console anyways.

ritchiedrama3 h, 7 m ago

Consoles aim for what, 30fps? Some 60 is it now?I can get that on almost …Consoles aim for what, 30fps? Some 60 is it now?I can get that on almost every PC game with 6 year old hardware, and then remembering PC has higher graphical settings. Only a few recent titles would it struggle to get to 60, but would still be 30 or higher.


You won't be hitting 60 GPS @ 4k with a 6 year old graphics card.

Consoles 4k will almost definitely all run at 30fps. I really can't see any games hitting 60fps 4k. Feel free to prove me wrong...
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Gkains19 h, 59 m ago

It's not just that though. As I keep pointing out, as far as AMD's bottom …It's not just that though. As I keep pointing out, as far as AMD's bottom line is concerned the most important Vega product will be the APUs. So far the Ryzen + Vega APUs have only just been announced and while the CPU performance looks very good with a quad core 4C/8T Zen CPU part, the Vega part looks a bit less impressive. Well, except that the announced parts are all 15W so while Vega doesn't look that impressive compared to their last 'Dozer APUs it does look very good for the TPU especially compared to Intel's top-of-the-range Iris Pro parts (the ones with eDRAM), or even laptop dGPUs like the GT1030M.Of course, we have to wait for real, actual reviews and having been out of the market for so long means that a lot of OEMs might be tempted to release poor cheap designs with single-channel RAM.However much enthusiasts might want to see AMD competing with Nvidia for dGPUs, the revenue potential of APUs is a lot higher than dGPUs (at least while AMD can't command the premium prices Nvidia gets for Titans, Teslas etc.). Plus, one of the other problems AMD have with their dGPUs is the:'I wish AMD would release something to compete with Nvidia's 1080Ti [etc.], so that Nvidia reduce their prices, and I can then buy a 1080Ti'sentiment which dGPUs buyers commonly express (there might be an obvious flaw in that kind of a buying strategy...)



You see a lot of people expressing the desire that AMD does well enough to make other products cheaper.

I personally would really prefer if AMD offered the *best products* because I don't care who I buy from, as long as it's the best on the market.

NVIDIA have just shown a better recurring graphics card strength. AMD had a great card in the 290x, but they really didn't keep their foot on the gas after that, coasting all the way until the 480s came out.

stsonic1 h, 18 m ago

I purchased this yesterday, arriving today. How do I know if I received …I purchased this yesterday, arriving today. How do I know if I received the free games? Is there a code in the box


I believe they should be emailed to you.

I purchased this yesterday, arriving today. How do I know if I received the free games? Is there a code in the box

Gkains16 m ago

It's not just that though. As I keep pointing out, as far as AMD's bottom …It's not just that though. As I keep pointing out, as far as AMD's bottom line is concerned the most important Vega product will be the APUs. So far the Ryzen + Vega APUs have only just been announced and while the CPU performance looks very good with a quad core 4C/8T Zen CPU part, the Vega part looks a bit less impressive. Well, except that the announced parts are all 15W so while Vega doesn't look that impressive compared to their last 'Dozer APUs it does look very good for the TPU especially compared to Intel's top-of-the-range Iris Pro parts (the ones with eDRAM), or even laptop dGPUs like the GT1030M.Of course, we have to wait for real, actual reviews and having been out of the market for so long means that a lot of OEMs might be tempted to release poor cheap designs with single-channel RAM.However much enthusiasts might want to see AMD competing with Nvidia for dGPUs, the revenue potential of APUs is a lot higher than dGPUs (at least while AMD can't command the premium prices Nvidia gets for Titans, Teslas etc.). Plus, one of the other problems AMD have with their dGPUs is the:'I wish AMD would release something to compete with Nvidia's 1080Ti [etc.], so that Nvidia reduce their prices, and I can then buy a 1080Ti'sentiment which dGPUs buyers commonly express (there might be an obvious flaw in that kind of a buying strategy...)


They look impressive enough to me. They do what AMD required of them. Class leading I'd say. Imagine a tablet form factor with that power, and a wacom digitizer. Very useful.

fishmaster1 h, 27 m ago

It looks like the development of Ryzen set them back on the graphics …It looks like the development of Ryzen set them back on the graphics development. Nvidia and Intel have massively more R&D budget than AMD. The fact that AMD produce what they do with their budget is amazing, but they will find it hard to lead the pack. https://www.reddit.com/r/Amd/comments/6gc43w/david_vs_goliath_amd_intel_and_nvidia_rd_budgets/


It's not just that though.
As I keep pointing out, as far as AMD's bottom line is concerned the most important Vega product will be the APUs. So far the Ryzen + Vega APUs have only just been announced and while the CPU performance looks very good with a quad core 4C/8T Zen CPU part, the Vega part looks a bit less impressive. Well, except that the announced parts are all 15W so while Vega doesn't look that impressive compared to their last 'Dozer APUs it does look very good for the TPU especially compared to Intel's top-of-the-range Iris Pro parts (the ones with eDRAM), or even laptop dGPUs like the GT1030M.
Of course, we have to wait for real, actual reviews and having been out of the market for so long means that a lot of OEMs might be tempted to release poor cheap designs with single-channel RAM.
However much enthusiasts might want to see AMD competing with Nvidia for dGPUs, the revenue potential of APUs is a lot higher than dGPUs (at least while AMD can't command the premium prices Nvidia gets for Titans, Teslas etc.). Plus, one of the other problems AMD have with their dGPUs is the:
'I wish AMD would release something to compete with Nvidia's 1080Ti [etc.], so that Nvidia reduce their prices, and I can then buy a 1080Ti'
sentiment which dGPUs buyers commonly express (there might be an obvious flaw in that kind of a buying strategy...)
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JC199723 h, 26 m ago

Is it quiet? How is it compare with noctua?



The fan controller it comes with has two speed settings, on the lower setting I genuinely can't hear them spinning unless I put my ear to the case. Noctua's very likely beat them out in terms of quietness and performance, but you'll also be paying for that with Noctua fans.

I got them to replace the stock 200mm fan in a Thermaltake Core V21 case. Both 120mm fans spinning on the lower speed preset are quieter than the 200mm was spinning at 800RPM, and the air flow inside my case is considerably better. For instance, my CPU idle temps dropped to the lowest I've ever seen at 22c.

If you want some cheap and colourful fans to use for intake or exhaust, these are pretty good.
If you want fans for a CPU heatsink, or radiator, then you'll be best to get PWM controlled fans instead. .

Not bad since I paid just over £20 for each corsair hd120 in my case

Any good deals on 140mm fans?? Prefer quiet, hopefully decent static flow too!
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I can't speak for these, but I have been using a Raijintek Themis CPU cooler for about 2 years, which just beats the really popular and more expensive Coolermaster Hyper 212 and It's so quiet I've never heard it over my case fans, it's currently cooling a Core i5-6600 and it has never gone above 60c.

So judging from the CPU cooler I'd say their other products are definitely worth a try.

Does those fan really differ much? i mean at same size and same rpm will air flow make any noctiable different?