PS4 Black Console 1TB + Star Wars Battlefront £264.99 delivered from Shopto / eBay
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PS4 Black Console 1TB + Star Wars Battlefront £264.99 delivered from Shopto / eBay

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nice price op, heat added
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C chassis?
Kammyb

C chassis?



Wouldn't have thought so, from what I read all 1TB units around the world will be the old model till around summer time.

Of course if I am wrong I am wrong but I can only go by what I've seen and heard.

Edit: 1TB is nowhere near enough space anyway so I would suggest getting a 500 gig model which will be as good as nailed on C chassis. Then get a bigger hard drive separately, I got a 2TB in mine and it's over two thirds full already and I've not got bundles of games. I don't even download any of the PS+ indie tosh they give you each month, it's that full from triple A titles I've bought myself
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 3rd Mar 2016
Great find. Heat from me thanks
Chasloyal

Wouldn't have thought so, from what I read all 1TB units around the world … Wouldn't have thought so, from what I read all 1TB units around the world will be the old model till around summer time.Of course if I am wrong I am wrong but I can only go by what I've seen and heard



That's what I thought too, until I saw that 1TB Shopto PS4 post yesterday and that said it was a C chassis.
Chasloyal

Wouldn't have thought so, from what I read all 1TB units around the world … Wouldn't have thought so, from what I read all 1TB units around the world will be the old model till around summer time.



When did you read that, last year?

All 1TB PlayStation 4 bundles from (and including) the Nathan Drake bundle are C-Chassis.

http://s17.postimg.org/426he3m1b/Battlefront.jpg
BuzzDuraband

When did you read that, last year? ;)All 1TB PlayStation 4 bundles from … When did you read that, last year? ;)All 1TB PlayStation 4 bundles from (and including) the Nathan Drake bundle are C-Chassis.



I love the internet. Its full of people who think they know and then someone comes along who actually does
BuzzDuraband

When did you read that, last year? ;)All 1TB PlayStation 4 bundles from … When did you read that, last year? ;)All 1TB PlayStation 4 bundles from (and including) the Nathan Drake bundle are C-Chassis.



You can tell from the colour all c-chasis ones are solid matte black
Yup, it'll be a C-Chassis.
Plumbz

That's what I thought too, until I saw that 1TB Shopto PS4 post yesterday … That's what I thought too, until I saw that 1TB Shopto PS4 post yesterday and that said it was a C chassis.



I suppose it's down to how quickly the old units have shifted in the various regions.

I upgraded to the Batman edition PS4 last summer and to be honest I've never even checked if it's the old 1100 type or the new 1200 'C chassis' model. I'd assume it was probably still the older variety seeing it launched around the time the newer versions were just rolling off the production lines.

What my point is here is that I don't notice the sound of this supposed 'loud' fan and I don't exactly watch my eletric consumption down to milliwatts either.

If someone is so dead set on getting the newer version it's their shout but there doesn't seem to be any evidence to suggest there's any differences in reliability or performance as such. And before someone points out the 1200 runs cooler which I'm aware of all I can say both PS4's I've had never had over heating problems. In fact because we barely had 1meg speeds at that time my current silver Batman one was running non stop for a good three days re-downloading all the digital content I'd bought on the previous model on to the 2TB plate I installed with not a hint of heat issues.
Adam2050

You can tell from the colour all c-chasis ones are solid matte black



Well yeah I probably did read it last year but seeing I've owned two different PS4's in two years already because I found the original black one boring n dull I've got no need to look in to getting another one yet.

I would assume the Uncharted 4 edition console would be a 1200 C chassis seeing we've had to wait two n a half years for the first genuine platform exclusive this generation.

Had it been like a royal blue colour I might have been tempted because I got an orange faceplate waiting to go on a blue PS4 at some point but that grey sort of colour nah not for me
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 3rd Mar 2016
Can I ask what the C chassis brings to the table?
monkeyinmyhead

Can I ask what the C chassis brings to the table?



The fan runs quieter and is allegedly not required as much because it doesn't use as much power as the older(pre summer 2015) models so you're going to save 0.00001 of a Polar Bear in the Arctic if you use it continuously for the next 5 years.

The link below says it far more clearer than I ever could

ps4daily.com/201…00/
Just bought one for myself. No brainer
monkeyinmyhead

Can I ask what the C chassis brings to the table?


breakfast
Scorching deal really
so is it a c-chassis??
Chasloyal

The fan runs quieter and is allegedly not required as much because it … The fan runs quieter and is allegedly not required as much because it doesn't use as much power as the older(pre summer 2015) models so you're going to save 0.00001 of a Polar Bear in the Arctic if you use it continuously for the next 5 years.The link below says it far more clearer than I ever couldhttp://ps4daily.com/2015/08/ps4-cuh-1200/



Ta very much
*£304.99 adding in cost of the DLC that would actually class this as a full game
monkeyinmyhead

Ta very much



Nothing to thank me for at all mate but you welcome

Though what I said before is well worth thinking about ...... 1TB really ain't enough storage this generation, my life when new games launch so many of them are broken as fxxx nowadays, pardon my French, and 20GB plus patches to fix them are not uncommon.

I'd advise anyone to hunt about for the cheapest PS4 out there which is almost definitely going to be a 500GB model and then get a bigger hard drive separately, 2TB the bare minimum, and sticking that in there.

500GB/1TB does not even come close to what's required in this generation where some games are 60GB out of the box.

http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20160303_121043_zpsivpdvrlf.jpg

Edit: oh and you can never have enough accessories either, especially controllers

Edited by: "Chasloyal" 3rd Mar 2016
Chasloyal

Nothing to thank me for at all mate but you welcome :DThough what I said … Nothing to thank me for at all mate but you welcome :DThough what I said before is well worth thinking about ...... 1TB really ain't enough storage this generation, my life when new games launch so many of them are broken as fxxx nowadays, pardon my French, and 20GB plus patches to fix them are not uncommon.I'd advise anyone to hunt about for the cheapest PS4 out there which is almost definitely going to be a 500GB model and then get a bigger hard drive separately, 2TB the bare minimum, and sticking that in there.500GB/1TB does not even come close to what's required in this generation where some games are 60GB out of the box.Edit: oh and you can never have enough accessories either, especially controllers



I hover around 3-400gb used and just delete game data on the games I no longer play except for the save files. Currently have 4 or 5 games on mine and it's plenty unless you really want to keep all the game data permanently which I feel is unnecessary when you have ample space for half a dozen or more games out of the box plus patches.
How is this not hotter? Ordered

You should add that this also comes with the revamped classic star wars games

4 Star Wars Classisc (Voucher Code)
- - Super Star Wars
- - Star Wars: Racer Revenge
- - Jedi Starfighter
- - Star Wars Bounty Hunter
dunc360

I hover around 3-400gb used and just delete game data on the games I no … I hover around 3-400gb used and just delete game data on the games I no longer play except for the save files. Currently have 4 or 5 games on mine and it's plenty unless you really want to keep all the game data permanently which I feel is unnecessary when you have ample space for half a dozen or more games out of the box plus patches.



http://i1190.photobucket.com/albums/z450/Chasloyal/IMG_20160303_161827_zpsj1tpsam3.jpg

I would totally disagree because it means every time you fancy playing an older game in your library you need to install it again and if you bought/were given DLC for it you need to re-download that n all.

Not to mention my pic above highlights 230 gig is required just for the operating system, blimey that's nearly half of your storage on a 500 model!

I've only got about 17 games I think, if you include the free digital copy of Arkham Knight Amazon gave me when the limited edition was delayed last summer, and yet I'm just shy of 1TB already.

If this generation lasts say another 3 years I would assume to have every game I bought installed on my system would require around 5TB of storage give or take.

Also eventually PS+ will give us a couple of triple A titles and then you're looking at 30-50 gig a piece there too so I really got no idea how anyone could 'manage' their storage without a decent sized hard drive,

Sorry but it's way way too much time consuming hassle and effort involved, especially when you consider you can pick up a 2TB internal hard drive for around 60 quid and it only takes 5 or 10 minutes to fit it yourself.
Chasloyal

I would totally disagree because it means every time you fancy playing an … I would totally disagree because it means every time you fancy playing an older game in your library you need to install it again and if you bought/were given DLC for it you need to re-download that n all. Not to mention my pic above highlights 230 gig is required just for the operating system, blimey that's nearly half of your storage on a 500 model!



Agree to disagree, I personally hardly ever go back to games I've played and finished with the exception of the rare online game that keeps me coming back like BF4 did for a very long time.

Therefore aside from BF4 I only keep the games I currently play and re-install the older ones if I find a reason to go back. Usually I finish a game and resell it pretty soon after.
Just ordered this, if you are thinking of buying then check your Nectar account first as I had an offer for 4x points that I had to click through to activate. With Sainsbury's double-up event coming at the end of the month, this will get you a £10 voucher that can be used in various departments, one of them being entertainment. No idea what Sainsbury's are currently like for video games but hoping I can find something where I can put the £10 voucher to good use:

hotukdeals.com/dea…198
Good price but you are looking at £310 by the time you buy a 2nd controller which surely most people will do.
dunc360

Agree to disagree, I personally hardly ever go back to games I've played … Agree to disagree, I personally hardly ever go back to games I've played and finished with the exception of the rare online game that keeps me coming back like BF4 did for a very long time.Therefore aside from BF4 I only keep the games I currently play and re-install the older ones if I find a reason to go back. Usually I finish a game and resell it pretty soon after.



I am guessing you don't buy season passes, and yeah I know it's a divisive topic, but if you got a few of them on the go then you do need those games installed on your system for convenience whenever the new DLC drops.

Talking of that when I think what Mega Drive and SNES games was costing 25 years ago I don't feel additional DLC charges are that much of a liberty but the youngers obviously and/or those who were about but not in to gaming back then have no recollection of it.

Yep you're paying an extra apple or 30 quid on top but it's for a load more content over the coming months, the reality is the initial games now are 30 or 40 quid cheaper than say what Street Fighter 2 was a quarter of a century ago

And I'll stop reminiscing having totally wandered off topic (_;)
Edited by: "Chasloyal" 3rd Mar 2016
loop

Good price but you are looking at £310 by the time you buy a 2nd … Good price but you are looking at £310 by the time you buy a 2nd controller which surely most people will do.



Not me my friend, I fly solo.

http://layzeebee.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/05/Flying-Solo-2.gif
Hmm at this price I smell a PS4 slim or redesign incoming..
andypolack

Not me my friend, I fly solo.



The battery is pony, the rubbers on the analogue sticks are still not what they should be and all round durability I personally don't think is as good as it was on the DS3.

If I start an evening's gaming early I'm definitely on my third controller of the three I rotate by the time I hit the pit, as I said before ....... you can't ever have enough controllers
Thanks OP. ordered. Now need to work out how I am going to explain this one...!
Any deal like this but with the Nathan Drake collection?
Jijin2

Any deal like this but with the Nathan Drake collection?



Nathan Drake Collection was going for under an apple on base.com last week, even now the first place I've looked it's only 25 quid on Amazon UK

amazon.co.uk/gp/…top
Chasloyal

Nathan Drake Collection was going for under an apple on base.com last … Nathan Drake Collection was going for under an apple on base.com last week, even now the first place I've looked it's only 25 quid on Amazon UKhttp://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B00KJFDSJQ/ref=s9_simh_gw_p63_d0_i1?pf_rd_m=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&pf_rd_s=desktop-1&pf_rd_r=1FH63592YG6MH47DC08M&pf_rd_t=36701&pf_rd_p=577049067&pf_rd_i=desktop



​Sorry meant console + game since I'm not interested in Battlefront
Jijin2

​Sorry meant console + game since I'm not interested in Battlefront



Erm I did mean buy this bundle, at this price it's a no brainer and get the Uncharted game separate. Then you can even sell the Battlefront on Ebay to snatch back the dough you weighed on for Nathan Drake #sorted
Chasloyal

Not to mention my pic above highlights 230 gig is required just for the … Not to mention my pic above highlights 230 gig is required just for the operating system, blimey that's nearly half of your storage on a 500 model!


A 500GB model has just over 400GB free as new, part of that is the 1024/1000 difference in measurements (actual drive capacity is 465GB), the rest is reserved for system use. Just the 1024/1000 issue makes a 2TB drive have an actual capacity of 1.82TB.
Is there a 1tb fallout 4 deal anywhere cheaper than this. And is Shopto a reputable retailer? And is this DEFINITELY the c-chassis?!
Pontiac

Is there a 1tb fallout 4 deal anywhere cheaper than this. And is Shopto a … Is there a 1tb fallout 4 deal anywhere cheaper than this. And is Shopto a reputable retailer? And is this DEFINITELY the c-chassis?!


No. Yes. YES.
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