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BitFenix Colossus Mini ITX £29.99 (£40.49 w/ Delivery) @ Overclockers
On over half price off atm, seems a good price, no eperience with the case though
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I saw this and thought wow... I could build a little PC to stick under my TV... then thought about the cost of all the components that would need to go into it.

Good price for the case so have some heat OP. My main Pc is a BitFenix too and I love it. I paid a lot more than this.
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GA-Z170X-Gaming 7 Intel Z170 (Socket 1151) DDR4 ATX Motherboard £119.99 @ Overclockers
Skylake 6th Gen DDR4 3x PCIE x16 3x PCIE x1 8x SATA 6Gb/s SATA-Express M.2 (SATA/PCIE) 2x Gigabit LAN 5.1 HD Audio 1x USB3.1 9x USB3.0 4x USB2.0 1x 5Gb/s USB Type C Crossfire/SLI
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OP_1 h, 32 m ago

Typical Overclockers. Doesn't matter if you purchase a can of air duster …Typical Overclockers. Doesn't matter if you purchase a can of air duster at £5.99, or an £800 graphics card. Silly sods still want about a tenner for delivery. Hilarious really. £10.50 to deliver a 400ml can air duster.


I think they do next day delivery

Normal price

rev63 h, 30 m ago

£10.50 delivery!


Typical Overclockers. Doesn't matter if you purchase a can of air duster at £5.99, or an £800 graphics card. Silly sods still want about a tenner for delivery. Hilarious really. £10.50 to deliver a 400ml can air duster.

Very good board. Built one machine with it a year ago. Lots of power phases and top end onboard sound, connectivity etc. Obviously looking to clear out older stock for Z370 boards though.

£10.50 delivery!

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960 EVO Polaris 250GB M.2 2280 PCI-e 3.0 x4 NVMe Solid State Drive £109.99 / £118.69 delivered - @ Overclockers
MZ-V6E250BW 250B Samsung 960 EVO M.2 (22x80) PCIe 3.0 (x4) NVMe SSD V-NAND Read 3200MB/s Write 1500MB/s 300k/300k IOPS 3yr Warranty.
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I have the PCIe slot on my pc. Will this work there?

Onlydongles18th Sep

Can this be used in a Desktop PC? Any special attachements needed? From …Can this be used in a Desktop PC? Any special attachements needed? From the looks, it seems its meant for a laptop. ANy guidance gratefully recceived.Thanks


You have to get a PCI slot to attach it to if you dont have the slot on your motherboard, they cost approx £15 on amazon, not used myself so someone correct me if im wrong

Can this be used in a Desktop PC? Any special attachements needed? From the looks, it seems its meant for a laptop. ANy guidance gratefully recceived.

Thanks

robodan9184 h, 35 m ago

am an enthusiast but you need to use their forums on the regular to get …am an enthusiast but you need to use their forums on the regular to get past their free shipping



Never had to do so myself.
I'm rarely on there. Pretty much only during a new GPU launch.
Edited by: "FireOnAWire" 14th Sep

FireOnAWire12th Sep

Hot from me. Free delivery for forum members. If you're a PC enthusiast …Hot from me. Free delivery for forum members. If you're a PC enthusiast there's no reason not to sign up and get free delivery.


am an enthusiast but you need to use their forums on the regular to get past their free shipping
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OCUK GEFORCE GTX 1060 "REFERENCE DESIGN" 6144MB GDDR5 £239.99 @ OCL
Available from Overclockers, the "Reference" version, whatever that is?! ***** Updated price now includes £9.90 for post and packaging
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EXPIRING this as others have found/posted better deals. Plus it's causing more hassle than actually solving people's GPU needs.

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catbeans9 h, 52 m ago

With the deals popping up, I wouldn't pay more than £225 for a 1060, let …With the deals popping up, I wouldn't pay more than £225 for a 1060, let alone £240 for for reference.


That's my biting point but thought some might not be able to wait that long.

Eh, they don't have stock. Its in stock... but they don't have stock. They wanted £35 to source it. Awaiting refund...

I personally won't shop with them anyway. Postage added to a £200+ order.
Free option by spamming their forum isn't exactly an option.

frakius8 m ago

£282 + postage when I click the link or I am missing something?


It was the price the OP stated, last night. I attempted to buy one myself, but PayPay didn't go through as my bank requested me to confirm it was me making the order.

Then I couldn't buy it as the website's response was 'user already exists' once I tried to reorder. I just changed my PayPal details to a different email address and noticed they'd hiked the price.

So it definitely was hot, but now it's not. Back to the hunt.
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OCUK GAMING ABSOLUTE OVERCLOCKED GAMING PC - INTEL CORE I5 7600K @ 4.5GHZ, GEFORCE GTX 1070 £999 - Overclockers
Intel Core i5 7600K Quad Core Overclocked to 4.5GHz, Nvidia GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Graphics, 8GB DDR4 2400MHz Memory, Samsung Solid State Drive, Seagate Hard Drive, Windows 10 64 Bit, Ive alsways been … Read more
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ollie877th Sep

As does pretty much any PC part you buy. Nothing special really.Drawbacks …As does pretty much any PC part you buy. Nothing special really.Drawbacks for this prebuild are:Older Z170 Chipset MotherboardUnknown SSD make/modelUnknown PSU make/model/wattageUnknown RAM make/modelUgly case (subjective, I know)Blower style GPU, which will be loud and have lower clocksIf you are willing to build it yourself I'll help you for free over Skype/Google Hangouts/etc. It's actually much easier than you'd imagine, if you've ever built IKEA furniture or a LEGO set you'll be fine.If you don't want to build your own stop reading here.You can do it slightly better yourself for around the same price if you're willing to build it. PCPartPicker part list: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/sGwVVYPrice breakdown by merchant: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/sGwVVY/by_merchant/CPU: Intel - Core i5-7600K 3.8GHz Quad-Core Processor (£199.99 @ Aria PC) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler (£26.32 @ Novatech) Motherboard: Gigabyte - GA-Z270M-D3H Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard (£93.91 @ Box Limited) Memory: G.Skill - Ripjaws 4 series 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£59.30 @ Amazon UK) Storage: SK hynix - SL308 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£76.92 @ Amazon UK) Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£36.79 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1070 8GB Mini Video Card (£369.48 @ Ebuyer) Case: BitFenix - Nova ATX Mid Tower Case (£26.40 @ Aria PC) Power Supply: EVGA - 500W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply (£44.89 @ Aria PC) Operating System: Windows 10 Pro N (£23.00)Total: £957.00Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when availableGenerated by PCPartPicker 2017-09-07 09:40 BST+0100Advantages over the pre-build are:Newer Z270 chipset motherboardQuieter and higher clocked GPUIf something is faulty you don't have to arse about sending the entire system back to StaffordshireBut what if we want to beat the power of this system for around this price? It can be done, through the magic of building it yourself:PCPartPicker part list: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/NfCyhqPrice breakdown by merchant: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/NfCyhq/by_merchant/CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1500X 3.5GHz Quad-Core Processor (£162.49 @ Aria PC) CPU Cooler: Cooler Master - Hyper 212 EVO 82.9 CFM Sleeve Bearing CPU Cooler (£26.32 @ Novatech) Motherboard: ASRock - A320M-HDV Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£49.99 @ Overclockers.co.uk) Memory: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 8GB (2 x 4GB) DDR4-2666 Memory (£67.50 @ Aria PC) Storage: SK hynix - SL308 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£76.92 @ Amazon UK) Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£36.79 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Gigabyte - GeForce GTX 1080 8GB WINDFORCE OC 8G Video Card (£489.97 @ Amazon UK) Case: BitFenix - Nova ATX Mid Tower Case (£26.40 @ Aria PC) Power Supply: EVGA - 500W 80+ Certified ATX Power Supply (£44.89 @ Aria PC) Other: Windows 10 Pro N (£23.00)Total: £1004.27Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when availableGenerated by PCPartPicker 2017-09-07 09:59 BST+0100Yes it's slight more expensive by £5.27 but:13% more powerful CPU[Image] 21% more powerful GPU[Image] Faster RAMYou're getting at least 21% better gaming performance for only 0.5% more cost.If you have any questions please PM me, I will help you as much as I can.



The hero we don't deserve.

How is windows 10 pro N so cheap

Uncommon.Sense9 m ago

I'd dump the Hyper 212, and spend the extra on the R5 1600, using the …I'd dump the Hyper 212, and spend the extra on the R5 1600, using the stock cooler. I've left the last few systems built with it, and OC'd then to between 3.8-3.9GHz with a 1.225 volts, so the heat generation is tiny, none getting over 70c, and that was with a gentle fan speed. Extra 2 cores/4 threads means the system will last much longer as a base, with changes of bottle necking the CPU becoming much less likely if you change the graphics card in the future.


Yeah that's an option too, that's the thing about PC Gaming, you have huge options.

If you buy a pre-built you have basically no options and are paying extra to not get what you want.

ollie875 m ago

It does come with one, however if you want to overclock harder you'll need …It does come with one, however if you want to overclock harder you'll need something better.If you don't want to overclock you'll be fine with the stock cooler.


I'd dump the Hyper 212, and spend the extra on the R5 1600, using the stock cooler. I've left the last few systems built with it, and OC'd then to between 3.8-3.9GHz with a 1.225 volts, so the heat generation is tiny, none getting over 70c, and that was with a gentle fan speed.

Extra 2 cores/4 threads means the system will last much longer as a base, with changes of bottle necking the CPU becoming much less likely if you change the graphics card in the future.

nickcopp123 m ago

Doesn't the 1500x already come with a cooler meaning you can deduct the …Doesn't the 1500x already come with a cooler meaning you can deduct the price of a separate cooler?


It does come with one, however if you want to overclock harder you'll need something better.

If you don't want to overclock you'll be fine with the stock cooler.

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HTC Vive Headset at Overclockers for £608.69
Looks like the price of this headset may be on its way down. Best price I have ever seen this headset for but you may be better waiting and seeing if it comes down again. Thought I would post anywa… Read more
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I'd be interested in getting one of these but my current PC isn't up to it, could anyone recommend a good place to look for deals on PCs? Lots of laptops on here but not many desktops that I can find. Any advice gratefully received!

Press release from HTC other day states £599.99 is new RRP.

But then again this price from OCUK is made up from their extortionate Postage Costs.

Wouldn't surprise me if loads started buying it at its new RRP they then wack the price up by another £100 saying it was only a price drop from HTC for a very small window of time..

It's officially £599 from Htc and game.co.uk.
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Radeon RX 580 Red Devil 8192MB GDDR5 Graphics Card £278.99 @ Overclockers
AMD RX580 cards are out of stock or ridiculously prices everywhere. Whilst still on the expensive side this is the cheapest RX580 8GB graphics card I could find and comes with a 3 year warranty. AXR… Read more
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Shame it is a PowerColor as had issues in the past. I'm looking for a new card to tide me over until Navi/Volta next year. Probably looking at 1060/rx570.

Bought a SAPPHIRE Radeon RX 580 NITRO+ from Amazon for 273.99 inc delivery , checked amazon when i saw this post . Luckly a seller was selling a few and i bought the last one .

Thanks OP ! i might not have bought your deal but you spurred me on to look on Amazon

CoumbBarr20003 h, 13 m ago

And will cost you hundreds of pounds more. Makes more sense to see where …And will cost you hundreds of pounds more. Makes more sense to see where Vega prices settle in a month or so. You can't get any Pascal cards for non-obscene money right now anyway.

Agreed! It's funny. I was looking at a 512SSD and 16GB RAM upgrade for a 2nd mini PC and the exact same combination is literally £100 more due mainly to silicon shortages. Factor in the current prices of GPUs and you're basically paying £200-400 more for a similar system with a 480 then last year...not a good time to be upgrading a PC! Hence why I'm prepared to wait for the 580 as not paying £100-200 more for no reason!
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cantonbean8 h, 28 m ago

I do indeed. Was rushing out for football! Thanks for the advise. That's …I do indeed. Was rushing out for football! Thanks for the advise. That's what I thought about Vega too. Think I'd be more tempted to buy Nvidia and G Sync monitor at those energy usage requirements! At least that plays well with Linux and can use CUDA too!



If you are using cuda for rendering - remember that opencl is catching up fairy quickly (thank god)

cantonbean6 h, 9 m ago

I do indeed. Was rushing out for football! Thanks for the advise. That's …I do indeed. Was rushing out for football! Thanks for the advise. That's what I thought about Vega too. Think I'd be more tempted to buy Nvidia and G Sync monitor at those energy usage requirements! At least that plays well with Linux and can use CUDA too!


And will cost you hundreds of pounds more. Makes more sense to see where Vega prices settle in a month or so. You can't get any Pascal cards for non-obscene money right now anyway.
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Reference GTX 1060 £180 / £188.69 delivered @ Overclockers
-30% off 1060 on overclockers website.
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Alfa_4 h, 29 m ago

You spent less than 180 for a 6GB card? May I ask where you bought it from?


Amazon warehouse, just before the price spike. It was a one off Palit card for £178, though they also had Gigabyte and Asus cards for a tenner more.

A few months earlier there was the £150 warehouse deal on a number of 1060 6GB too, though I wasn't looking for a GPU at the time.

Still regret not snapping up the £250 1070 evga back order on Amazon.de.....
Edited by: "TehJumpingJawa" 23rd Aug

TehJumpingJawa17th Aug

Fair point, but FPS/£ this 1060 3GB beats them all in current games.Still, …Fair point, but FPS/£ this 1060 3GB beats them all in current games.Still, this isn't a special price, just a return to normalcy. I paid slightly less than this for my 1060 6GB two months ago.


You spent less than 180 for a 6GB card? May I ask where you bought it from?

Scottc12319th Aug

My reading comprehension is fine, thanks. Your written English is the …My reading comprehension is fine, thanks. Your written English is the problem. Let me break it down for you. You refer in a new sentence to "obsolete cards" (i.e. plural). Prior to this sentence you refer to the "1050/1060 range", (i.e. two ranges of multiple cards, plural), while the 1070 is referred to as "the 1070" i.e. singular. Thus, the "obsolete cards" can only refer to the plural 1050/1060 range, even if you meant the 1070. To correct your comment to the intended meaning, it would have been best to respecify "the 1070" or even "1070 cards", or less ideally, not mixed up pluralisation. If you require any further assistance with your English and grammar, please let me know.


Thanks for you utterly useless drivel. I'm sure it will come in handy if I ever find myself in North London.

steve_bezerker15 h, 46 m ago

Reading comprehension not your thing? 980Ti is before the 1050 and 1060 …Reading comprehension not your thing? 980Ti is before the 1050 and 1060 and the 1080 is after them. What is it you're struggling to understand here?


My reading comprehension is fine, thanks. Your written English is the problem. Let me break it down for you. You refer in a new sentence to "obsolete cards" (i.e. plural). Prior to this sentence you refer to the "1050/1060 range", (i.e. two ranges of multiple cards, plural), while the 1070 is referred to as "the 1070" i.e. singular. Thus, the "obsolete cards" can only refer to the plural 1050/1060 range, even if you meant the 1070. To correct your comment to the intended meaning, it would have been best to respecify "the 1070" or even "1070 cards", or less ideally, not mixed up pluralisation. If you require any further assistance with your English and grammar, please let me know.

Scottc1239 h, 23 m ago

The 980Ti performs similarly to the 1070, albeit with higher power usage. …The 980Ti performs similarly to the 1070, albeit with higher power usage. So no, the 1050 and 1060 are not "between the 980 Ti and 1080".




Reading comprehension not your thing? 980Ti is before the 1050 and 1060 and the 1080 is after them. What is it you're struggling to understand here?
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RX Vega 64 @ Overclockers - cheapest price - £449.99 / £459.89 delivered
Cheapest price for this card I can see. At this price it's good - faster than a 1080 in some games and for a bit less money.
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Fair enough if the Ti version. Still pondering what to do with my graphics. £330 for a 1070 seems okay. Not sure the Vega 56 will be worth the pre order rush on the 28th.

In some of the reviews they do state Vega 64 has a launch price. AMD will need to do wonders here with drivers and firmware to get these chips performing better.

Nate149246 m ago

A great buy? The 1080, from 1.5 years ago, beats the RX Vega 64 and costs …A great buy? The 1080, from 1.5 years ago, beats the RX Vega 64 and costs the same as their mythical 449.99 launch price.AMD have already removed the launch price, which offered retailers a rebate on sales. (OCUK confirmed this).Even at 449.99, Vega 64 is not a great buy, it's loud, it's hot, it's late. It doesn't beat it's direct competition.And now, it appears AMD have pushed for a silent price hike, cheapest you can buy is 570 quid.You can get a 1080 TI for 50 quid more and that's over 30% faster.Unless you have some mad brand loyalty, or are convinced that FreeSync is the way forward, this is not a 'great buy'.


I was being sarcastic.

southernorth14th Aug

If anything, this is an impressive offering by AMD. Almost matches or …If anything, this is an impressive offering by AMD. Almost matches or beats Nvidia's GTX 1070 & 1080 in some games (albeit over a year late and for more money) and doubles up as a heater for winter! A great buy.



A great buy? The 1080, from 1.5 years ago, beats the RX Vega 64 and costs the same as their mythical 449.99 launch price.

AMD have already removed the launch price, which offered retailers a rebate on sales. (OCUK confirmed this).

Even at 449.99, Vega 64 is not a great buy, it's loud, it's hot, it's late. It doesn't beat it's direct competition.

And now, it appears AMD have pushed for a silent price hike, cheapest you can buy is 570 quid.

You can get a 1080 TI for 50 quid more and that's over 30% faster.

Unless you have some mad brand loyalty, or are convinced that FreeSync is the way forward, this is not a 'great buy'.

Bit gutted that this never lived up to the hype. A year too late imo. Wish AMD would just keep quiet about CPU and GPU launches that aren't imminent.

The 64 uses 20% power than even a 1080ti, and its built on a smaller fab.
So as I said when the R9 was released, AMD are still at least a generation behind nvidia in performance/watt.
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KFA2 GTX 1060 3GB £179.99 @ Overclockers
decent deal
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plewis0016 m ago

I don't demand higher IPC really, and on the plus side it means I've ended …I don't demand higher IPC really, and on the plus side it means I've ended up with a few Ivy Lake/Haswell generation machines off-lease at silly prices that are still high spec, well-built, slim and most importantly cheap enough to tote around without too much worry. There hasn't really been a compelling reason to upgrade for a while as far as I'm concerned and a lot of my friends and customers are still using Sandy Bridge architecture because it's still fast and relatively efficient even today. Let's face it, for productivity work, even a lowly Core 2 Duo is perfectly fine so I can't see many people rushing to upgrade.



Sure, most tasks don't demand the new, high end, I7s. Nor do the new high end I7s distance themselves.

The Sandy Bridge was an excellent chip and is absolutely still viable today.

I am a huge fan of the G4560, a 50 quid CPU that can handle 90% of all computer needs.

Nate149220 m ago

I agree, competition is great for consumers and innovation.I would suggest …I agree, competition is great for consumers and innovation.I would suggest that Intel has driven efficiency based on mobile competition.Efficiency usually can translate to better overall speed, but don't be shocked if there is a fairly hard limit to IPC that Intel has began to approach.Looking only at IPC improvements may be nearly worthless, looking at total throughput is likely the correct analysis tool.Once Intel start pumping more watts into their CPUs, we'll see a sharp increase in performance as their efficiency has allowed for these increases.



I don't demand higher IPC really, and on the plus side it means I've ended up with a few Ivy Lake/Haswell generation machines off-lease at silly prices that are still high spec, well-built, slim and most importantly cheap enough to tote around without too much worry. There hasn't really been a compelling reason to upgrade for a while as far as I'm concerned and a lot of my friends and customers are still using Sandy Bridge architecture because it's still fast and relatively efficient even today. Let's face it, for productivity work, even a lowly Core 2 Duo is perfectly fine so I can't see many people rushing to upgrade.

plewis0015 h, 39 m ago

Competiton is good but AMD seem to consistently overpromise and …Competiton is good but AMD seem to consistently overpromise and underdeliver - it means nVidia can continue to charge more for their cards and get away with it. Same story with Intel til recently with Ryzen. I would far rather see strong cards and CPUs from both parties or we have little innovation like the last few years of Intel barely improving their CPUs (efficiency yes but IPC barely moved).



I agree, competition is great for consumers and innovation.

I would suggest that Intel has driven efficiency based on mobile competition.

Efficiency usually can translate to better overall speed, but don't be shocked if there is a fairly hard limit to IPC that Intel has began to approach.

Looking only at IPC improvements may be nearly worthless, looking at total throughput is likely the correct analysis tool.

Once Intel start pumping more watts into their CPUs, we'll see a sharp increase in performance as their efficiency has allowed for these increases.

Nate14922 h, 53 m ago

I don't really care who I purchase from, because, ultimately, these are …I don't really care who I purchase from, because, ultimately, these are both companies and not people. It's not as if they have personalities, they are designed to make profits for shareholders.I will take the best graphics card for the amount of money I want to spend.The best has many different aspects, but probably the most important is: Good graphics, low hassle, good value.AMD's latest offering sounds like good graphics, high hassle, and low value. Having 1 out of 3 is pretty bad when the competitor has: Good graphics, low hassle and (comparatively) better value.



Competiton is good but AMD seem to consistently overpromise and underdeliver - it means nVidia can continue to charge more for their cards and get away with it. Same story with Intel til recently with Ryzen. I would far rather see strong cards and CPUs from both parties or we have little innovation like the last few years of Intel barely improving their CPUs (efficiency yes but IPC barely moved).

plewis005 h, 55 m ago

That said, mining Zcash went from 40 to 200+ H/s with optimisation in …That said, mining Zcash went from 40 to 200+ H/s with optimisation in miner software but I agree with gaming. AMD claims to be releasing a 'block chain driver' but that's only to fix the weird slowdown as the DAG increases in size. That nVidia doesn't suffer... just as you said!Shame as I really want to like AMD more.



plewis005 h, 55 m ago

That said, mining Zcash went from 40 to 200+ H/s with optimisation in …That said, mining Zcash went from 40 to 200+ H/s with optimisation in miner software but I agree with gaming. AMD claims to be releasing a 'block chain driver' but that's only to fix the weird slowdown as the DAG increases in size. That nVidia doesn't suffer... just as you said!Shame as I really want to like AMD more.



I don't really care who I purchase from, because, ultimately, these are both companies and not people. It's not as if they have personalities, they are designed to make profits for shareholders.

I will take the best graphics card for the amount of money I want to spend.

The best has many different aspects, but probably the most important is: Good graphics, low hassle, good value.

AMD's latest offering sounds like good graphics, high hassle, and low value. Having 1 out of 3 is pretty bad when the competitor has: Good graphics, low hassle and (comparatively) better value.
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Now out stock from 10+ KFA2 GEFORCE GTX 1060 EX OC "WHITE EDITION" 6144MB £239 or £249 with delivery @ OCUK
So I'll brave the master race that think we should all be playimg 4k at 144hz. This seems decent price for in stock 1060 6gb board for 1080p gaming. Amazon have a lot of listings from a new company w… Read more
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samcatch8 h, 16 m ago

OOS

Yes sold out in few hours picked mine up today

OOS

PsychoSonny1 h, 43 m ago

No such thing as a budget brand in the GPU market. They are all the exact …No such thing as a budget brand in the GPU market. They are all the exact same thing only the cooler is different.


Well there is, all have different power delivery designs, quality of discrete components and GPU binning standrds along with the different coolers. Plus QC standards, warranty/support and any other additional features such as backplates and/or lighting etc.

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Well hope some HUKD gamers got a card, just hoping my aging cpu isnt too much bottle neck

For a cold deal they cleared out nearly all of their stock. Miners maybe?
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OCUK GAMING BATTLEBOX ESSENTIAL - INTEL CORE I5 7600K @ 4.6GHZ, GEFORCE GTX 1060 6GB £899.99 / £914.09 delivered @ OVERCLOCKERS
Case Kolink Punisher RGB Midi Tower Power Supply 600W 80Plus Rated PSU CPU Intel Core i5-7600K Kaby Lake Quad Core Processor Overclocked to 4.6GHz MotherboardAsus Z170-E (Socket 1151) DDR4 ATX Motherb… Read more
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Graham19791 h, 0 m ago

I'm thinking about selling my new Ryzen 5 1600 and MSI motherboard after 5 …I'm thinking about selling my new Ryzen 5 1600 and MSI motherboard after 5 days. I want to go Intel i5 7600k. I'm excited already at the smell of new computer equipment. The motherboard is the x370 gaming plus although I'm keeping the ddr4 Trident ram (3200mhz) because it flashes and changes colour. It is sexy and just a shame my case doesn't have a window ha ha.



8th gen will be out before the end of the year, with 6 core i5's.
May as well wait :-) .

I'm thinking about selling my new Ryzen 5 1600 and MSI motherboard after 5 days. I want to go Intel i5 7600k. I'm excited already at the smell of new computer equipment. The motherboard is the x370 gaming plus although I'm keeping the ddr4 Trident ram (3200mhz) because it flashes and changes colour. It is sexy and just a shame my case doesn't have a window ha ha.

f2k832 m ago

Don't see what's wrong with building a PC.. it's a great experience and …Don't see what's wrong with building a PC.. it's a great experience and far easier than you first think, as soon as you try it once you'll think to your self why you even thought about buying a pre-built (at least in my experience). Why people wouldn't want fully custom parts, a great experience, and all at a lower price is beyond me, but I don't mind if you prefer pre-builts, it's just the way it is.


I'm glad you don't mind.

jukkie7 m ago

Because building a PC is so difficult these days?Learning to play most PC …Because building a PC is so difficult these days?Learning to play most PC games is more difficult and takes longer than building the PC you play them on, lol!


Kay den

Destard40 m ago

Pretty decent price.I'm sure the 'build it yourself' brigade also built …Pretty decent price.I'm sure the 'build it yourself' brigade also built their own home, clothes and vehicle since obviously convenience over cost isn't a factor for them.



Because building a PC is so difficult these days?
Learning to play most PC games is more difficult and takes longer than building the PC you play them on, lol!
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EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Hybrid Gaming 8192MB GDDR5X PCI-Express Graphics Card - £499.99 @ OCUK
Cheapest price it's ever been It's tempting for me but I'm going to hold out until Monday for the Vega release until I upgrade from my 290x so posting it in case others are interested and are despera… Read more
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daman2k2 h, 15 m ago

You are embarrassing yourself by having no idea what you are talking about.


Guess you weren't old enough to remember the athlon k7. Came from out of no where, no hype or fan fare, just pure performance and battered the pentium III in every benchmark. That's what AMD led us believe with ryzen, and in some situations it is a massive improvement, just not so much in gaming. Read up about it and educate yourself.

jaydeeuk15 h, 35 m ago

Was for gamers. AMD shills made out you were getting something that would …Was for gamers. AMD shills made out you were getting something that would batter an i7 for i3 money. Think they were a bit embarrassed. It's a good value line, just not dominating in the same way the original athlon was.


You are embarrassing yourself by having no idea what you are talking about.

daman2k3 h, 27 m ago

Like Ryzen was? Don't be silly.


Was for gamers. AMD shills made out you were getting something that would batter an i7 for i3 money. Think they were a bit embarrassed. It's a good value line, just not dominating in the same way the original athlon was.

jaydeeuk110 h, 41 m ago

I just want to see a £200 1070.


Me too, that should've been the price all along. The 1060 should've been £150.

Apparently the new Vega has been described as making miners moist
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GeForce GTX 1060 AMP Edition 3072MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £204.89 delivered @ Overclockers
No one's been posting any graphics card deals, so there is space for this so so one I hope? Was just on the point of buying a 1070 when the mining craze when up...serves me right for holding off I sup… Read more
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Bear in mind the 3Gb 1060 has less cores than the 6Gb one, it's not just down on memory.

andyman50023 h, 23 m ago

I just kept searching everyday. Just popped up gotta act fast

Okay thanks I'm going to search everyday, if you see anything good please message me the link in case I miss it

deep54219 h, 54 m ago

LIKE HOWWW 😭

I just kept searching everyday. Just popped up gotta act fast

dcx_badass1 h, 2 m ago

Got my Zotac 6GB for £155.73 from Amazon warehouse, can get lucky …Got my Zotac 6GB for £155.73 from Amazon warehouse, can get lucky sometimes.

LIKE HOWWW 😭

If anyone's interested, the same model but 6GB is only about £225 on amazon (in stock august 14th)
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PALIT GEFORCE GTX 1060 DUAL 3072MB £209.99 / £219.89 delivered @ Overclockers
Specification: - GPU: GeForce® GTX 1060 - CUDA cores: 1152 - Video Memory: 3GB GDDR5 - Memory Bus: 192-bit - Engine Clock Base: 1506 MHz - Boost Clock: 1708 MHz - Memory Clock: 8008 MHz - PCI Express… Read more
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Alansk16th Aug

I have this GPU, I wouldn't call it noisy at all to be honest. It's been …I have this GPU, I wouldn't call it noisy at all to be honest. It's been nothing but great for me. Got it from Amazon Warehouse for £159.


You had it long? I've gotten 2 cards from warehouse only for them to be very temperamental. Luckily you can return them, even after a few months.

blueflash18 h, 12 m ago

This cards in stock and Zotac are reviewed as being noisy cards


I have this GPU, I wouldn't call it noisy at all to be honest.

It's been nothing but great for me. Got it from Amazon Warehouse for £159.

Original Poster

This cards in stock and Zotac are reviewed as being noisy cards

£189.99 at Amazon but got to wait 9th August and delivery. LINK
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gtx 1080 ti at Overclockers for £638 / £648.89 delivered
one of the cheapest gtx 1080ti I have seen.
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aceuk7 h, 18 m ago

Currently 1440p, but planning on upgrading to 4K soon.

Willing to trade that Hz for resolution?

clonereeco22 h, 54 m ago

Seems someone got themselves a nice new Ti What resolution you running …Seems someone got themselves a nice new Ti What resolution you running it at?


Currently 1440p, but planning on upgrading to 4K soon.

aceuk4 h, 8 m ago

1080 Ti graphics cards were even cheaper on 9th July (the day before Prime …1080 Ti graphics cards were even cheaper on 9th July (the day before Prime Day). The EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition was £582.50 and the SC Black Edition (pictured below) was £608.33. [Image]

Seems someone got themselves a nice new Ti

What resolution you running it at?

clonereeco5th Aug

Better than the prices we seen on prime day where the Asus one was £666 if …Better than the prices we seen on prime day where the Asus one was £666 if I recall correctly , personally I'm waiting for Vega to release fully so I can decide which route to go when upgrading from 1080p to 1440



1080 Ti graphics cards were even cheaper on 9th July (the day before Prime Day).

The EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Founders Edition was £582.50 and the SC Black Edition (pictured below) was £608.33.

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Edited by: "aceuk" 7th Aug

mark622622 h, 24 m ago

I've got a 1080ti custom card and it easily runs all games at 4K. I maxed …I've got a 1080ti custom card and it easily runs all games at 4K. I maxed them out and also mod them with reshade etc. I've never seen the frame rate stutter. My cards fans hardly ever need to kick in. My gpu is OC bit not all the way by a long stretch. It handles the most demanding of games with ease. Obviously at high resolution, AA isn't needed. I suspect that many of those who say the 1080ti won't easily run games at 4K maxed out, have never tried it. You'd be surprised what can be achieved. Don't believe everything you read in magazines. They have a vested interest. I now consider 1080p to be low resolution for gaming. Then again, only around 6% of gamers have rigs capable of 4K gaming. My PC is purely for gaming, music and video. I keep it up to date and clean. For those who say the 1080ti can't do proper 4K gaming. If that's so, then how's is the Xbox X going to achieve 4K gaming with a 1060( at best) equivalent? Those who say the 1080ti can't do smooth 4K gaming have never tried it. If their PC does have 1080ti and it won't run games smoothly at 4K maxed out the there is something seriously wrong with their computer

I agree for.the most part.

Division plays well with one 1080ti and even better with both.
Ghost recon wildlands is a beast, need both cards to function at 4k at decent quality, and still not have everything turned up.
I am feeding my cards with a 6700k at 4.6ghz.
1080 proper is not suitable for 4k unless you want to turn everything off or on low.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 7th Aug
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Palit "Dual Fan" GeForce GTX 1070 for £398.99 / £408.89 delivered @ Overclockers
I don't expect this to get much heat, but just wanted to alert those who are looking out for a "normal" priced 1070. (It's still overpriced compared to a year ago, of course.) Get it before the miner… Read more
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mackashworth

Good … Good shout!£467.99https://www.novatech.co.uk/products/palit-geforce-gtx-1080-dual-oc/neb1080u15p2-1045d.html



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Vegeta

Keep an eye out on the 1080 Ti's on Amazon if you are after one. I … Keep an eye out on the 1080 Ti's on Amazon if you are after one. I managed to get one at a good price, only 1 was in stock a few days ago. I'm sure they go in and out of stock from time to time. It was dispatched from Germany.


Out of curiosity, is there any easy way to filter down amazon components? Always find it a mess when I look!

Vegeta4 h, 30 m ago

Keep an eye out on the 1080 Ti's on Amazon if you are after one. I managed …Keep an eye out on the 1080 Ti's on Amazon if you are after one. I managed to get one at a good price, only 1 was in stock a few days ago. I'm sure they go in and out of stock from time to time. It was dispatched from Germany.[Image]


Similar situation with 1080's. I got one for £420 from amazon a few weeks ago.

Keep an eye out on the 1080 Ti's on Amazon if you are after one. I managed to get one at a good price, only 1 was in stock a few days ago. I'm sure they go in and out of stock from time to time. It was dispatched from Germany.

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iceburglettuce12 m ago

I ordered my £311 MSI 1070 Quicksilver in early July from Amazon. It was …I ordered my £311 MSI 1070 Quicksilver in early July from Amazon. It was due in stock yesterday and due to be delivered to me today, but Amazon have no stock and don't know when it's coming back in.......

Yep, I ordered one of those too. Hope they get a revised date soon..
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LG 34UC79G 34" 2560X1080 IPS FREESYNC 144HZ CURVED GAMING With Code and Free Delivery @ Overclockers - £388.99
Delivery is free on this item. Code is LG100. Features: - 21:9 UltraWide Monitors - AMD FreeSync™ Technology - 1ms Motion Blur Reduction - 144 Hz Refresh Rate Specification: - Size: 34" Curved 144H… Read more
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3ak4 h, 38 m ago

Newbie question - does the amd sync matter if you're rocking intel i7 with …Newbie question - does the amd sync matter if you're rocking intel i7 with 1060 gt graphics? Cheers




Don't think it does. As far as I'm aware, nvidia cards only work with g sync. Could be wrong though, but don't see why it isn't that.

Newbie question - does the amd sync matter if you're rocking intel i7 with 1060 gt graphics? Cheers

Nice find OP. Seriously considering this to replace my old 24" screen. Mainly for productivity.

Bought OP, so you've helped at least one person

johnw84

If it's for gaming then it'll be fine. I had an LG non-curved and it was … If it's for gaming then it'll be fine. I had an LG non-curved and it was no problem at all. As someone mentioned, vertically it's like a 27inch monitor in height, so the 1080 works well enough.The problem is if you've seen anything with a higher resolution for frequent desktop work then it'll pale in comparison. With the 144Hz refresh rate though, this is meant for gamers and there are much better options otherwise.



I think that is the problem though - Most hardcore gamers that would be in this mid-upper market of monitors have at least experienced 1440p whether at 144hz or not. Close to £400 is not good territory for this monitor to be in when the ACER 27inch 1440p 144hz monitors are about £20-30 behind.
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GTX 1080 Gaming Desktop+ Occulus Rift+Touch - £1269 @ Overclockers +£14.10 delivery
I was looking to buy a custom desktop to run Occulus Rift with the recent price drop. I came across this deal which works out cheaper than if I was to build it myself. For £1269 + £14.10 delivery you … Read more
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This is the same deal already posted last week but with the gtx 1060 and less ram for £999. Surely upgrading the GPU to gtx 1080 would need an upgrade on the PSU. Still a good deal thou

I toyed with this, it's not bad value but there are too many cheap components for me to bite.

CPU is going to be the first bottleneck in the future, cheap PSU and motherboard, no option to upgrade the HDD space. It will be awesome initially, but in a few months some of these inconveniences are going to start affecting the build.

If it was a bit more customisable this could have been really good, but too many compromises for my personal liking. You're gonna have a fecking good time in VR with it though OP

parasitemol7 h, 17 m ago

That 1gb hard drive, got to be a bottleneck! Heat mate!

One gigabit is tiny!

You could do better with your cash. This isnt a good deal.

Original Poster

Haters gonna hate cos they aint got cash
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In-Win 303 Midi Tower Case - Black @ Overclockers UK - £91.69 Delivered
I know this case might not be for everybody but it is a really nice looking case with tempered glass also very well reviewed case with great reviews. SPECIFICATIONS - Model: 303 - Colour: Black - … Read more
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there is plenty of room in the front for intake without any issue with the way i've setup the fans, as the rear fans are behind the fan mount in the space where you manage cables etc. trust me there's plenty of airflow

uberjuba

i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull … i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull config (3 push/2 pull). cant get another fan in front of the psu but would be possible if you were to use a sfx psu. love this case. airflow is not an issue when you also use the rear exhaust fan as an intake as well as the base intake. though I'm voting cold at this price as I picked mine up not long after release for about £80 delivered



The whole point of push pull is to have it in a straight line ie front - to back, the front is covered up so you're not going to get any decent airflow, you might think you have good airflow but in reality you don't

Discotech

Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to … Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to do a push/pull then it won't be much use


i'll disagree with you there as I have a 360mm rad with partial push/pull config (3 push/2 pull). cant get another fan in front of the psu but would be possible if you were to use a sfx psu. love this case. airflow is not an issue when you also use the rear exhaust fan as an intake as well as the base intake. though I'm voting cold at this price as I picked mine up not long after release for about £80 delivered
Edited by: "uberjuba" 17th Jul

ritchiedrama

Only downside is the poor airflow, looks nice tho.



Probably good enough for water cooled systems, but if you're looking to do a push/pull then it won't be much use

Only downside is the poor airflow, looks nice tho.

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