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MSI Leopard 17" Full HD 120Hz Intel  i7 Laptop + GTX 1070 8GB - £1,399.98 @ Scan
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Not GREAT but GOOD deal! 17.3" MSI GP73 8RF-625 FHD 120Hz 3ms Display with 94% NTSC Color Gamut i7 8750H 6-Core 12-Threads CPU 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 RAM 256GB NVMe + 1TB HDD Storage… Read more

Ah thanks for that. I was looking into the 17-an101na/ 17-an107na so will consider. I'll Have a look at dell too. Thanks! (y)


No wonder it was throttled to death (lol)


A cooling system comparison Asus TUF FX504 MSI GP63 LeopardPro I have always thought these cheap ASUS Laptops are a scam.


Mine is the 15-ax202na my gfs dell is an inspiron 15 7000 for reference (y)


Ahh that's a bit of a turn off, what model do you have?

RX 570 with two games - £179.99 @ Scan
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Actually not the best price for the RX 570 but if you're going to buy RE2 and DMC5 anyway and need a new gpu it's a no brainer...Or you could get the division 2 as part of the deal… Read more

Market will be flooded with those games. Hoping for BF 5 with GPU.


I know but I thought seeing as you're getting games which would set you back 80£ if you preordered them now it was a good deal


Not a good deal, as the guy above pointed out, It's around 580 prices this.


Theres 8gb 580 for £2 more and 4gb for £18 less. Give or take.. Im just up.

MSI 32" Quad HD 144Hz 1ms Curved FreeSync Gaming Monitor £398.99 @ Scan (£11.99 postage)
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Cheapest I could find but still too much for me :D creator goes to the earlier deal in the 27C model. Also there is a free Assasins Creed game PC if you go to the MSI website pos… Read more

And that is the 1080p model as well but that is a good price for that model


Is this good for ps4 pro or overkill?


That's for the 27", this deal is for the 32" However, I noticed that using the code TSM on CyberpowerPC UK knocks a few quid off for the same monitor as this deal


CyberpowerPC UK have the same one for £218


It's gotten to the point where I actually enjoy seeing his ridiculous comments (:I No 4K, no IPS, no G Sync, no HDR. Cold am I right? (popcorn)

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EVGA 500W 80 PLUS ATX Power Supply, 5 years warranty £35.47 delivered Scan
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
When building on a budget, the EVGA 500W 80 Plus is a great choice at a low cost. Supporting 40A on a single +12V rail provides more options without having to reduce your component… Read more

Not the worst in the world, 8/10 from well respected reviewer JohnnyGuru much better than anything youll find at this price point, but it you can stretch for the modular Corsair posted earlier for £60 it’ll be worth it


Why and how is it a bad PSU as EVGA are a fairly good.


Pretty bad PSU, would strongly advise to spend a bit more for a quality PSU, This is not really an offer as normally around this price as it is basically a cheap bad PSU.

Overclocked bundle @ scan I7 9700k- corsair h100 - 16gb 3000 ddr4 - asus prime z370 p £699.98 @ Scan
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
These components come to £781 on pcpartpicker. You can probably scurry around and find them for £720ish buying the cpu in the US but even so I thought this was a good deal. Comes o… Read more

Why are the guys who consider this a bad deal not suggesting any alternative's?


I dont know enough about amd, frankly i was disappointed with my old 8150 and everything i read now tells me to avoid current gen for mainly gaming. I try to get 5 years out of each cpu so is there an £700 amd stack which would better than this for gaming in the short term and still like for like performance long term when the mobo has been upgraded. Also if you have the time, to both of you then for people strictly on a budget and intel determined youll probably suggest an i5 but what would you consider to be the cheapest half decent z390 mobo people should be willing to consider?




If you dont have bottomless pockets, you should be getting AMD. You wouldnt need to revisit anything then either. And it would be cheaper, cooler, more threads, better all round perfdormance, easier and cheaper to upgrade etc etc


I cant believe theyd put the parts together with a 2 year warranty if theyll mangle one another though or have blatant compatability issues. My personal situation is i currently have an i5 4690 which is causing me issues. £700 is about all i can afford before christmas and im happy to revisit the mobo in 3-6 months time anyway, as you say no one 'with money' would ideally choose these two as a pairing and im not disputing that, you dont buy the cheapest deal you can find and expect the top performance but arguably the motherboard is only netting out around £75ish here so surely this with a throwaway motherboard is the best bet to tie me over short term whilst also offering a long term solution when money permits?

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 8GB XC ULTRA GAMING Turing Graphics Card £521.48 inc. delivery @ Scan
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
EVGA GeForce RTX 2070 XC ULTRA GAMING Graphics Card - lowest price I've seen so far.

"Also found this [different graphics card] for £499.99" The XC Ultra is £599 at Overclockers. I would have thought the Black (which is their base model) should be £480... and it's actually £460 on I have my eye on the XC, which is the model in-between, but thankfully I don't need to buy for a couple of months.


£221.48 less and I will consider biting, otherwise the money will go to AMD or Sony on PS5 release. Cheaper gpu will do in the meantime.


Bet that's so true XD


RTX ON! {FPS halves} RTX OFF!


The RTX prices are ridiculous they've slapped an extra £300/600 because its supposedly plays games with ray tracing. But that's becoming a bit of a joke now because the 2070 isn't powerful enough to play at 1080p with ray tracing and the top end 2080ti frame rate reduces to around 1/3 @ 1080p with ray tracing enabled. Basically skip these cards because they're overpriced and underperforming for ray tracing! And at this very moment only battlefield v is capable of ray tracing hahahahaha

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4G Clip On Action Cam with free 2GB of EE PAYG DATA £13.50 + £4 del Scan
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
Did't think this was too shabby for a action cam in full 1080p hd @30fps . something nice to capture those out and about moments, or like me, a full day of airsoft and get 2gb of p… Read more
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Good for motorbike?


Originally £59.99??? If you ignore the initial page in the link and find it via 'Today Only' the RRP struck out is £19.99! I smell (poo) (lol)


should maybe edit the description to make the saving clear, and maybe report thread to see if they can stop breaking the link


i knew i wasnt going nuts!. i'll leave it at this price as its still a deal, but you are correct, i did find this offer initially on the "Today Only" tab on the website, so if you are reading this then please follow instructions to get further money off.


its not a misprice - you need to go to the today only section forum probably messes up linking to it 13.50 is available with free c&c or with 4quid odds postage try this edit, yep its the forum breaking as its adding crap which redirects to the normal page - you can delete the chaff after the 3003213 and you'll go to the right place

DEEPCOOL MAELSTROM 120T Red LED 120mm AIO CPU Water Cooler, £26.99 at Scan(+£5.48 delivery)
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Plus £5.48 delivery. • High performance pump with silent design to power the efficient liquid circulation. • Long lifetime zirconia ceramic bearing to make 120,000 hours running … Read more

expired, sorry ;(


Try the Link, scroll down a bit


Can't see it at the stated price !?


This is a ridiculously cheap water cooler as-is, and will probably take up to a 500MHz OC in its stride. The radiator is only 27mm deep though and won't have the same cooling capacity as a deeper rad setup such as the Corsair H80i-v2, so don't expect it to perform miracles. If it has one immediately obvious limiting factor it will be the 120mm fan, upgrading to a decent static pressure-optimised fan will help squeeze the last bit of performance from this budget unit. If you're wanting to push your CPU harder I'd go straight for a 240mm or 280mm AIO, but if you're not overly ambitious this looks like a great entry point into the world of liquid cooling. Thumbs up.


What’s this like for overclocking?

MSI AMD X470 GAMING M7 AC WiFi Mboard +16gb DDR4 + Steelseries controller @ Scan £221.48 del.
Found 8th NovFound 8th Nov
EXPIRED. Still same price. You still get the game. No free RAM or controller anymore MSI AMD Ryzen X470 GAMING M7 AC WiFi AM4 ATX Motherboard at it's regular price + Steelseries … Read more

I edited my earlier post because I gave out bad info regarding m.2 and sata. Now edited post in full bleow (just os anyone from the thread will get an update). *old post* If you just want htpc a Ryzen 2200g (£90), b450 motherboard will output 4k 60hz video.Including netflix ultra now You can use an NVME m.2 ssd for boot drive and leave all 6 SATA ports for your use. You only lose SATA ports if you use a SATA m.2 ssd. You can get b450 boards with 6x SATA starting around £75 edit. I'm editing this because the bold part I wrote above is incorrect. On the b350 or b450 chipset if you use the first (top) m.2 slot (M2_1), with any drive, you lose sata 5 and 6 sockets. (not sure if the same goes for 370/470 boards but I think I've potentially hampered people enough already and they should check for themselves). Sorry if I confused/misled anyone with my bad info.


My first build was a 386SX 25 with 2MB of RAM, 500MB HDD and a VGA Card! (256 Colours! @ 640x480!!) MS DOS 6.2 with Windows 3.11..


Just received my Odyssey game code today


Just picked mine up, very happy with this deal. I'm surprised people were saying it wasn't that good a deal... I wasn't even looking to upgrade my PC, but I immediately saw the amazing value in this. The free Assassin's creed Odyssey game is the icing on the cake. Thanks again OP I'm not surprised they ended the deal quite quickly after a few orders.


You're welcome buddy, I'm glad that some of this PC building and troubleshooting knowledge is helping somebody else out 8) I built my first PC from parts back in 2002! It was an AMD XP 2200+ with 512MB RAM, 120GB IDE drive, and a GeForce 4 ti graphics card..

Thermaltake Smart RGB 600 Watt 80+ PSU/Power Supply, £41.47 delivered at Scan
Found 7th NovFound 7th Nov
Price includes delivery. Thermaltake, as the pioneer who incorporates RGB lights into PSU, has launched the Thermaltake Smart RGB Series, coming with a pre-installed, 256 colors RG… Read more

Will my current psu 'wear out ' if it is still plugged in and On, but the desktop is not turned On?I Ps meaning capacitors ^^^^


Silly comment as the only 600w fanless PSU is over £200


I rather buy fanless. Hate noisy fans


Just being upfront and straight about it :D


4G EE Full HD Clip-On Capture Action Cam with FREE 4GEE SIM Preloaded with 2GB PAYG £13.50 + £5.48 p&p @ Scan
Found 3rd NovFound 3rd Nov
£13.50 + £5.48 P&P or collect from the Bolton store for free Product Overview This Camera is also SIM Unlocked and will work with most UK & Worldwide Carriers The 4G… Read more
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I think I read somewhere that this action cam was hackable and could be converted to a mifi hotspot or something else, does anyone here have some info?


They've missed a trick with this. If it supported twitch streaming I'd have a couple, currently use a phone with a 3 all you can eat sim for the task but it's cumbersome having to set a phone up in various situations.


But beware the pigeons, so buy five of them.


If they recorded while connected to a power bank they'd be great little dashcams. Heck I could buy 4 for 360 degree recording around my bike.


Was intending to jump off a waterfall in the Yorkshire Dales with one of these strapped to my head, any pitfalls?

Acer G276HL 27" Full HD LED Office/Gaming Monitor £133.49 delivered @ Scan
Found 28th OctFound 28th Oct
Features • Screen: 68.6 cm (27") Full HD (1920 x 1080) • Panel Technology: Twisted Nematic Film (TN Film) (170°x160°) • Inputs: HDMI, DVI, VGA • Response Time: 5 ms • Brightness: 2… Read more
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Then by all means share it. At this price for 27 inch I haven't seen seen what you're describing


try clicking "get deal" and reading the specs or You are welcome


how is this hot? 1080p 60hz TN when you can get IPS at this price range pretty easily, am I missing something?


Are there any speakers?

PowerVision PowerEgg Drone 360 Panoramic 4K HD Camera £499 @ Scan
Found 26th OctFound 26th Oct
PowerVision PowerEgg Drone inc. 360 Panoramic 4K HD Camera & 3-axis Gimbal They also have a £599 version but can’t see the difference… Read more
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You don’t understand.


That no fly zone would certainly stop the criminals (lol) (lol)


Well it's not, because they're no-fly zones so the drone wouldn't work in those areas.


Ideal for dropping drugs and mobiles into prisons

intel 660p 512gb NVMe M.2 SSD 1500MB read / 1000MB write speed - Available from 31st October at Scan £100.99 C&C (£106.48 delivered)
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
Features PCIe Performance at an Affordable Price Empowered by Intel’s innovative QLC technology, the Intel SSD 660p offers higher capacities at a lower cost than TLC-based options.… Read more

Cheaper price can be found here:


Thanks, will get this deal altered


got to wait, till these are cheaper........


Intel 512gb 760p which has speeds up to 3230MB/s Read, 1625MB/s Write is £111.17 shipped at ccl so much better value :) hope that helps


Intel can claim what they like, but all I see is lower performance at a lower price.

15" Acer laptop 4GB memory 128GB SSD  £299.99 @ Scan
Found 25th OctFound 25th Oct
15.6" Acer Aspire 3 A315-31 N4200 Intel Quad Core 4GB 128GB SSD LAN/WIFI/BT/HDMI Win10 Home/64Bit This may well get shot down but was asked to source a new laptop with 4GB RAM and… Read more

Screen 15.6" (1366x768). You can get 1920x1080 screen for same price if you scroll up to Box.



This (just seen it)...


Funnily enough, I'm trying to do the same for my son. Initially looked at Chinese/Gearbest options (EZBook, Teclast, Chuwi) but while very cheap, they all have US keyboards which he doesn't want. Getting that combo of 14", 1080p, non-glossy IPS, 128 GB SSD, N4200 CPU, 4 GB memory, UK keyboard for £350-ish is proving tricky!

Corsair DDR4 16GB 3000Mhz CL15 RGB RAM £124.99 (+4.79 c&c or free del via avforums) @ Scan
Found 23rd OctFound 23rd Oct
Bargain for CL15 3000Mhz 16GB kit. Plus its also RGB which usually demands a further premium! Free delivery if you are prepared to put a few posts on Avforums or £4.79 DPD click &… Read more
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Or add Travel speaker for free delivery on whole basket for £4.99


Thats not bad though, getting both decent frequency gains and tighter timings isn't typical - I had some of the Samsung Green "wonder ram" on my i5 2500k. Stock was a ridiculously loose 1600mhz 11-11-11, but I got mine to 2133 9-10-9 or 2400 10-11-11 IIRC. The only time I've ever had that kind of success though.


I've been doing it for decades and still can't get it 'right'. Best I've ever done was an -CL1 and +400 mHz on some DDR3.


Great find. Most will likely do atleast 2933-3000mhz CL16 or so, probably your 3200 CL15 with some effort I'd guess. The lottery certainly plays here, but most of the Hynix chips do 2400mhz at 1.2v and 3000mhz at 1.35v. I don't know this to be the case, but I suspect that there's very little binning for say Corsair putting Hynix chips on 2400mhz, 2666mhz or 2933mhz kits. Just change the volts to suit the frequency. Certainly as you push the tighter timings and higher frequency it matters more, but if budget was a concern, I'd absolutely roll the dice on a budget lower clocked set and overclock. I wouldn't recommend it to everyone though - best to recommend people RAM with XMP settings that are half decent, as RAM overclocking can be a little intimidating for beginners.


Now shows in stock rather than a pre-order

Secufirst Wireless Smart Home Control Security System Kit with smart plug and IP camera £84.98 Delivered at Scan
30/11/2018Expires on 30/11/2018Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Decent price for this all in one security kit, perfect for small flats etc. Includes: Gateway Box Provides wireless access and control function of SecuFirst Smart Home Contro… Read more

Have this system, bought it for £100. Decent system for this price, comes with lots of sensors, definitely you can't something better value. However, the system is not quite ready. Difficult to set up, had to return one system, got the second one, in a month the camera lost wifi capability, camera claims motion sensor but it is not, this feature was disabled by the manufacturer due to false alarms,...not much support from the retailer and the manufacturer. This system was not built for the European market,this was confirmed with Secufirst head office is Taiwan. However, for £85 is worth the hassle. Was reduced to £100, later to £90 ('ve posted that deal), now £85, if it reaches £50 I will get another one for spare sensors:). Voted hot so you can get 100 degrees:)!


It's there coming up as 79.50 .heat


All, it’s a daily deal. Use the main navigation to view deal. It is there.


Don't forget carriage too 170+


Same for me.

31.5" AOC 2560x1440 Freesync Monitor - £198.49 + £4.79 del to pickup point @ Scan
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Available on pre-order, this 31.5" AOC Q3279VWFD8 seems good at less than £200 - its new and getting good reviews. It's suited to AMD GPUs from the last 5 years as it supports the… Read more
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Got mine today. Struggling to find anything wrong with it. If someone covered up the AOC label and told you it was a £500 Dell you'd believe them.


I have this screen, it’s good (y)


Cheers. I already ordered one last night (from CCL, £205), so I'll see what's up tomorrow. For the record my desk is pretty small - 60*120cm, so it's impossible for me to sit 3 foot from the screen, but I was thinking of buying a deeper (80cm) desk.


Ahhh I had last years model and couldn't stand the ghosting, now this one has no ghosting but has IPS blacks rather than MVA blacks. Just can't win!! Anyone know how Scan are with returns if the monitor has been used a bit? OcUK were good with last years model. It's also £199.99 on amazon (pre-order) and CCL (in stock now apparently). I'm probably going to wait and see if the panel can consistently underclock for LFC like the MVA one could.


Well, it's not heavy, and the base isn't that big, so neither are a factor. For me it's only a problem if the desk is quite small. I put mine at the back of my desk, about 3 feet away and it looked huge at first, but you adapt pretty quickly.

Saphire Amd Radeon Vega 56 8gb +Gaming Headset+ 3 Games Bundle. Save £204 at Scan for £420.47
Found 21st OctFound 21st Oct
Saphire Amd Radeon Vega 56 8gb graphics card, scan gaming headset and 3 free games including assassin's creed odyssey, star control & strange brigade. £204 saving
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Cold. The headset is a piece of crap that they sell for £9.98 No way the Sapphire card is worth £60+ over the Powercolor one. The Powercolor is one of or if not the best Vega card.


Well, that and Sapphire vs Powercolor..?




Only worth it if you think the headset is worth £70, since the powercolor red dragon v56 is £350 with the games from



Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 WINDFORCE 8GB GDDR6 VR Ready Graphics Card Pre order - £459.98 / £471.48 Delivered @ Scan
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 WINDFORCE 8GB GDDR6 VR Ready Graphics Card, 2304 Core, 1620MHz Boost Pre-order deal, but Scan are usually very quick. Nearly £50 cheaper than OCUK Free d… Read more

price has increased now (mad) Although EVGA is available


I think if you have a 1070 already, there isn't a compelling reason to upgrade every generation for any GPU, the 2070 is approx 30% faster than the 1070, and as you say, the RTX stuff hasn't hit yet, so hold off for now. People with a 970 and below are the most likely buyers of this card. If you're on the 1070+ hold pat until we see more DLSS/RTX bits.


I voted hot!


Well that is a subjective opinion, rather then fact. Problem is that is nothing to do with what this site is about, price is Good so it ticks the box!


Not very good value for money is probably what was meant!