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NZXT Kraken X62 in stock £140.98 at YoYoTech (Only retailer in UK!)
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As I'm sure a whole load of people know, these are out of stock at most retailers on the planet. Scan, Amazon, Overclockers, NewEgg, Novatech. All out of stock. YoYoTech are jumpi… Read more

delboyd

Yeah highly recommended. I've cranked my 4790k up to 4.8GHz 1.25V and … Yeah highly recommended. I've cranked my 4790k up to 4.8GHz 1.25V and it's cooling like a champ, 30 degrees during games and 70 during benchmarks. Really good cooler!Yeah I'm not sure either... I don't get this site sometimes mate!Think it's back in stock soon, but they've run out at the moment.


Same mate,

Got an email notify when they're back in stock, can't wait.

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kemeys

what a beauty!! thanks mate, ordering now! heat added, don't know why … what a beauty!! thanks mate, ordering now! heat added, don't know why this post got such a low temp, this cooler is £150 everywhere else, doesn't matter if you think you need it or want it, it's a deal! some people don't understand the method behind this site obv! well done mate saved me £15



Yeah highly recommended. I've cranked my 4790k up to 4.8GHz 1.25V and it's cooling like a champ, 30 degrees during games and 70 during benchmarks. Really good cooler!

Yeah I'm not sure either... I don't get this site sometimes mate!

Think it's back in stock soon, but they've run out at the moment.

delboyd

Certainly did:https://imgur.com/a/xqzbO


what a beauty!! thanks mate, ordering now! heat added, don't know why this post got such a low temp, this cooler is £150 everywhere else, doesn't matter if you think you need it or want it, it's a deal! some people don't understand the method behind this site obv! well done mate saved me £15

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kemeys

did it come? I really want to buy this, site seems a bit sketchy... is it … did it come? I really want to buy this, site seems a bit sketchy... is it legit?



Certainly did:

imgur.com/a/x…zbO

delboyd

Okay call your bluff haha


did it come? I really want to buy this, site seems a bit sketchy... is it legit?
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MSI  GP62 6QF (i7 GTX960M 2GB GDDR5) £743 @ yoyotech
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Windows 10 Home Latest 6th Gen. Intel® Core™ i7 processor GeForce® GTX 960M graphics with higher performance 15.6" GAME HUNTER NVMe M.2 SSD by PCIe Gen3 X4 up to 2200MB/s speed(opt… Read more

Chuggee

​I'd say you have very wishful thinking.



Only wishful until it happens
The only reason why it hasn't happened is cos Nvidia has a monopoly and they're milking for all they can atm across the board

noiren

Wish it had a 1060/1070 but considering cheapest one is double the price … Wish it had a 1060/1070 but considering cheapest one is double the price I'll say this is very hot.



​I'd say you have very wishful thinking.

They are legit company, bittech recommended these guys few years ago

They are legit company, bittech recommended these guys few years ago

anyone used this seller before?
ASUS CERBERUS Wired USB Membrane Keyboard £32.99 @ Yoyotech -  WESTFIELD SHEPERDS BUSH
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Westfield are doing some form of expo till Sunday and Yoyotech have a stand there, they are doing deals on a few Asus products. ASUS CERBERUS Wired USB Membrane Keyboard @ £32.99… Read more
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looks like a decent deal since it's priced at least £39/99 everywhere else
Yoyotech Warbird-rs10v2 Gaming (MSI 1060 6GB, Core i5 6600K) £799.99 (+£19.99 del)
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Part pickers comes to about £750 (allowed only £25 for Windows, £17.99 for cooler), so not bad for £799.99 with 3 year warranty (First 30 days - FREE Collect and Return on fault - … Read more

mamboboy

But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...


You clearly have no clue what you are talking about. Try harder.

Isn't this a better deal? Only differences seem to be the 6600k vs 6400k and cooling system vs £820 and £672:

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mamboboy

But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...



mamboboy

But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...



How can you say that when people still use the 2500k? that thing pairs with 1070s fine, granted ARMA and Total War, may notice something, but saying a Skylake (Most recent intel cpu) is a bottleneck, nonsense ???

mamboboy

But that CPU is a bottleneck for the 980Ti...



​i got that CPU in my mini itx htpc and apparently my mobo allows me to over clock it with multiplier

AStonedRaichu

Of course not



Really? oO
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ASUS ROG Swift 27" PG278Q for £499.99 when bought with a Strix GTX970 or higher @ yoyotech
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Offer applies in basket when adding a PG278Q and a ASUS Strix GTX970 or above. Good price for the screen and gpu. Also get The Division and Far Cry Primal.

You would need 2 970s to really take advantage (for decent games) even CSGO at 1440p 144hz is a push.

A single 980 and above would be the best option.

I wouldn't buy this with a 970.

So if I spend a total of 700odd I save a tenner? Bargain.

nickalus88

£459.99 for the monitor on amazon right now



That seller has only just launched, and the decription reads.."Replacement of a faulty monitor, comes in old box but never before used. "

I would avoid. Next cheapest and sold by Amazon - price is £509.99

£459.99 for the monitor on amazon right now
Warbird Nightblade gaming pc £505.98 delivered @ YoyoTech
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loos a good deal . Intel i5 4690k Quad-Core Processor MSI Nightblade Barebone 8GB DDR3 1600MHz Memory 1TB 7200rpm Hard Disk Drive AMD R7 370 2GB Graphics W… Read more

would this be upgradeable down the road? any input appreciated

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xavierseb1

AMD 370 GPU not good enough for vive/oculus.




Of course it won't be, this is a £500 gaming pc

adrianjowitt

Will it run gorillas on DOS 5 ??


yes as long as you run it a 320x240 you might just get away with it.

Will it run gorillas on DOS 5 ??

SaltyCDogg

If you could find another £95 I think the RS10 looks worth the extra. … If you could find another £95 I think the RS10 looks worth the extra. unlocked and overclocked skylake processor, m.2 socket, better GFX card etc.http://www.yoyotech.co.uk/yoyotech-warbird-rs10-gaming-pc-i5-6600k-quad-core-nvidia-gtx960This looks good as well though. Quite impressed with both for prebuilt. Shame they don't just come with the a 240GB SSD these days though.



​plus ddr4 too, much better deal
Yoyotech RS10 £599.99 @ Yoyotech (£12.49 Delivery)
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Well balanced gaming PC. Processor: Skylake Quad-core 4.4GHz Intel Core i5-6600K (overclocked), RAM: 8GB, Front USB ports : 2x USB3, Rear USB ports: 6x USB3, Total storage: 1TB ha… Read more

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zimboy69

if you do a quick add up it comes to this 188 cpu90 motherboard30 ram … if you do a quick add up it comes to this 188 cpu90 motherboard30 ram 30 case 17 cpu cooler 150 graphics card 25 power supply 35 hard drive total 565 add+35 for windows 10 and your getting exactly what it would cost to build yourself the only thing i was not sure was the graphics card as i couldnt find the same one but a similar one was £150 so i just took that but other wise looks good value



Have you got a PC part picker link?

if you do a quick add up it comes to this
188 cpu
90 motherboard
30 ram
30 case
17 cpu cooler
150 graphics card
25 power supply
35 hard drive


total 565 add+35 for windows 10 and your getting exactly what it would cost to build yourself

the only thing i was not sure was the graphics card as i couldnt find the same one but a similar one was £150 so i just took that but other wise looks good value

Be careful buying this build the power supply is horrible it'll only last months before it dies on you make sure you configure the build for a seasonic 520w or 620w depending on your wattage

marcuskhl

The value a 6600k brings is way better than FX4300, but ultimately if … The value a 6600k brings is way better than FX4300, but ultimately if your budget could not allow the extra £100, I would suggest going with an i3 and then upgrade later



​Thank you mate, much appreciated.

innitweeman1

How does this compare to something like this please lads..?Windows 10 … How does this compare to something like this please lads..?Windows 10 (pre-installed)AMD FX-4300 ProcessorMemory: 8 GBGraphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960Hard drive: 1 TBI take it it's the processor that is the main difference, but this one is £100 cheaper than the Yoyotech. Thanks


The value a 6600k brings is way better than FX4300, but ultimately if your budget could not allow the extra £100, I would suggest going with an i3 and then upgrade later
Custom mid range pc (warbird rs 10 based) £862.43 @ Yoyo tech
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Configured this PC based on a warbird rs 10. After loads of research Yoyotech give the best value for money I can find. Case: Corsair Carbide SPEC Series SPEC-03 Aggressive WHIT… Read more
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Awaken

Item: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz (1333MHz) Socket 775 6MB L2 Cache OEM … Item: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz (1333MHz) Socket 775 6MB L2 Cache OEM ProcessorQty: 1Cost: 112.82Item: Antec Sonata III Piano Black Quiet Mid Tower Case - With 500W EarthWatts PSUQty: 1Cost: 64.67Item: Cooler Master Hyper TX 2 Processor cooler (Socket 754, Socket 940, Socket 775, Socket 939, Socket AM2) - aluminium with copper baseQty: 1Cost: 7.88Item: Foxconn P35AX-S iP35 Socket 775 8 channel audio ATX MotherboardQty: 1Cost: 44.69Item: Kingston 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 Memory Non-ecc CL5 Unbuffered 1.8VQty: 1Cost: 22.11Well, there's the ex VAT prices from April 2008. About 3 years later, I sold the CPU for £70, the RAM for £30, the motherboard for £35,high DDR2 prices on ebay prompted the sale, then I picked up a dual xeon socket 1366 8gb server for £120 on ebay, net cost after I sold the RAID card and other parts I wasn't using for >£100.I then hopped to an i5- 3470 / 8gb on a Z77, CPU was £105 used, board was £28 novatech refurb customer return, new DDR3 ram for £30 (that was actually picked up at a low price about 2 months prior to the rest). The server was re-purposed as a server, but considering I'd sold the e8400 stuff for £135 I wasn't out by much.There's been other additions, changes tweaks along the way of course, but as you can see I've never lost much on the core bit's. Flog your old stuff, buy the best bang for buck, and keep an eye on the 2nd hand market. At one point around 2011 your Q9650 /DDR2 was still worth far more than it's relative performance justified - the point at which I noticed and dumped my E8400


I think from the comments, we can see both of us like value for money, we just have different ways of getting it.

chriswoolley1

LOL, you are comparing 3 upgrades (could you list your expenditure since … LOL, you are comparing 3 upgrades (could you list your expenditure since then 2006) to the £50 extra spent on the motherboard and £60 on the CPU upgrade from E6300 (I think) to the Q9650. That’s a grand total of £110 since 2006/2007. The upgrade now upgrades my processor performance wise from 5200 to 7818 benchmark wise, not a massive jump when you consider the time period. Benchmarks are normally with ±5% of each other, and are the best indicators we have, short of somebodies opinion.I upgraded the graphics card once during this time period (another £100), did you upgrade yours 3 times again?Bottom line is you outperformed me for most of the 10 years, but from what you are writing I guess you spent many times the amount I did.



Item: Intel Core 2 Duo E8400 3GHz (1333MHz) Socket 775 6MB L2 Cache OEM Processor
Qty: 1Cost: 112.82
Item: Antec Sonata III Piano Black Quiet Mid Tower Case - With 500W EarthWatts PSU
Qty: 1Cost: 64.67
Item: Cooler Master Hyper TX 2 Processor cooler (Socket 754, Socket 940, Socket 775, Socket 939, Socket AM2) - aluminium with copper base
Qty: 1Cost: 7.88
Item: Foxconn P35AX-S iP35 Socket 775 8 channel audio ATX Motherboard
Qty: 1Cost: 44.69
Item: Kingston 2GB Kit (2x1GB) DDR2 800MHz/PC2-6400 Memory Non-ecc CL5 Unbuffered 1.8V
Qty: 1Cost: 22.11

Well, there's the ex VAT prices from April 2008. About 3 years later, I sold the CPU for £70, the RAM for £30, the motherboard for £35,high DDR2 prices on ebay prompted the sale, then I picked up a dual xeon socket 1366 8gb server for £120 on ebay, net cost after I sold the RAID card and other parts I wasn't using for >£100.

I then hopped to an i5- 3470 / 8gb on a Z77, CPU was £105 used, board was £28 novatech refurb customer return, new DDR3 ram for £30 (that was actually picked up at a low price about 2 months prior to the rest). The server was re-purposed as a server, but considering I'd sold the e8400 stuff for £135 I wasn't out by much.

There's been other additions, changes tweaks along the way of course, but as you can see I've never lost much on the core bit's. Graphics it's hard to work out as I shuffled along through other PC's, including friends, but in that time I had some great deals on a 4850, then 4870 (because friend bought the 50 when his died), a GTX 560, a GTX 560ti (needed another card!), then a 7870, and recently treated myself to a £209 firesale of a R9 290X. In that time I've had about half what I've spent back in second hand sales, but it gets muddled because I started trading in parts, breaking PC's to sell around 2011-12 ish.

Flog your old stuff, buy the best bang for buck, and keep an eye on the 2nd hand market. At one point around 2011 your Q9650 /DDR2 was still worth far more than it's relative performance justified - the point at which I noticed and dumped my E8400
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Awaken

Only because you overspent in the first place, whereas I with my good … Only because you overspent in the first place, whereas I with my good value E8400 was laughing through the three upgrades since then And it's still nowhere comparable, you're losing out architecturally all over, not to mention the limitations of an old chipset, no USB3, and slooooww DDR2 ram. The nvidia is the wrong option for everyone right now. Their response to their major whoopsie in design is to try and pressure developers into burying benchmark results and turning off features that their cards simply can't cope with. Add to that the lower bang for buck anyway and the only reason is misguided brand loyalty, which is short sighted in computing - affairs have swung back and forth for decades now, intel vs AMD, nvidia vs 3dfx then radeon. You just have to do your homework each time you go shopping.



LOL, you are comparing 3 upgrades (could you list your expenditure since then 2006) to the £50 extra spent on the motherboard and £60 on the CPU upgrade from E6300 (I think) to the Q9650. That’s a grand total of £110 since 2006/2007. The upgrade now upgrades my processor performance wise from 5200 to 7818 benchmark wise, not a massive jump when you consider the time period. Benchmarks are normally with ±5% of each other, and are the best indicators we have, short of somebodies opinion.
I upgraded the graphics card once during this time period (another £100), did you upgrade yours 3 times again?
Bottom line is you outperformed me for most of the 10 years, but from what you are writing I guess you spent many times the amount I did.

chriswoolley1

But the costs are offset by not buying a new cpu, motherboard and ram … But the costs are offset by not buying a new cpu, motherboard and ram etc. I consider the Nvidia a better option for me at the moment, but this will be changed at some point.



Only because you overspent in the first place, whereas I with my good value E8400 was laughing through the three upgrades since then And it's still nowhere comparable, you're losing out architecturally all over, not to mention the limitations of an old chipset, no USB3, and slooooww DDR2 ram.

The nvidia is the wrong option for everyone right now. Their response to their major whoopsie in design is to try and pressure developers into burying benchmark results and turning off features that their cards simply can't cope with. Add to that the lower bang for buck anyway and the only reason is misguided brand loyalty, which is short sighted in computing - affairs have swung back and forth for decades now, intel vs AMD, nvidia vs 3dfx then radeon. You just have to do your homework each time you go shopping.

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Awaken

An overclocked Q9650 doesn't compare with an i3-4370, especially if you … An overclocked Q9650 doesn't compare with an i3-4370, especially if you don't like hot and noisy Add the price of a fancy cooler and a motherboard that costs twice as much as it needs to you and you should just buy a faster CPU instead.Nvidia at the moment is a very-bad-idea TM. Their architectural choices in Maxwell have come back to bite them in the behind on DX12 (google it), hot and noisy a Radeon might be (a little more anyway!), but it's also far more future proof, not to mention better bang for buck.



A Score from CPU benchmark "Intel Core2 Quad Q9650 @ 3.00GHz = 4273" v "Intel Core i3-4370 @ 3.80GHz = 5544" but with the overclocking the "Intel Core2 Quad Q9650 @ 3.00GHz @ 3.7 = 5275", granted the DDR2 is only just over 1000 mHz and it is now louder. But the costs are offset by not buying a new cpu, motherboard and ram etc. I consider the Nvidia a better option for me at the moment, but this will be changed at some point.
Skylake i5-6600K Overclocked GTX 960 Gaming PC £614.98 Delivered @ Yoyotech
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Just got this through my email. Great price tbh. I know some of us like to build a PC ourselves but I've just priced this system up at SCAN (parts only) and it comes to £720. Cons… Read more
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Catsy

I saw a deal last night much better than this one. Skylake + gtx 970



​No you didn't, otherwise you'd share the link

just bought one, but changed to the 620w psu, added the GTX970 4gb gaming edition + optical drive. Will get a 480GB SSD from one of the other many deals and install it. Couldn't really see any better deals than this now.

Tried doing the same specs without OS and HDD and it came out more expensive.
Asked these guys if i could get it cheaper without OS and HDD and they said no. The parts/software are part of a special price bundle they had. I could ask for them to be removed.. but it wouldn't result in any discount.

Was going to get a new laptop, but this is very tempting instead.
Current pc is 8 years old!
Only thing annoying me i want to remove the OS and Hard drive but when i do that on part picker it makes it £580.
Included costs £680, so this around an £60 saving!
Would want an GTX970 instead of the OS and hard drive but the mickey mouse RAM and PSU is putting me off...
Additionally GTX970 for around £250 when they have been out a year and no discounts... Not sure if i should wait for Pascal next year and just get the GTX960 now.

TubbiestPack

Is the PSU even enough for this system? Had a look at some of the reviews … Is the PSU even enough for this system? Had a look at some of the reviews saying it's very low quality and isn't suitable for an overclocked system.



​it wouldn't have those awards and they wouldn't be selling it if it wasn't.
MSI Cubi i5-5200u Barebones (Just add Storage & RAM) £189.99 @ Yoyotech
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About £80 cheaper than everywhere. Great deal, just needs SSD and RAM and its a rapid wee machine.

nanuek

I have heard back from YoYoTech and am less than happy:I'm drafting a … I have heard back from YoYoTech and am less than happy:I'm drafting a response to the effect that it is not legal to take my money for an advertised product and then deliver something different but doubt it will get me far. For anyone else who ordered here is a link showing the site as it was on the 3rd before they removed references to the 64GB m-SATA drive.



If they try to avoid giving you a refund then just call Trading Standards.

nanuek

Yes, I think the legal high ground is mine and I haven't even spoken to … Yes, I think the legal high ground is mine and I haven't even spoken to them yet so they might come good.Did anyone else order it and get the mSATA?


I have heard back from YoYoTech and am less than happy:
YoYoTech

To clarify this up, you would be correct if you bought the cubi system … To clarify this up, you would be correct if you bought the cubi system however we are selling the barebone only so it does not come with any storage or memory.



I'm drafting a response to the effect that it is not legal to take my money for an advertised product and then deliver something different but doubt it will get me far. For anyone else who ordered here is a link showing the site as it was on the 3rd before they removed references to the 64GB m-SATA drive.

JimBobJr

Sorry to hear that. For a company selling the most expensive prebuilt … Sorry to hear that. For a company selling the most expensive prebuilt ever you would have thought you were buying from a premium seller. Get a refund or moan them till they give in. Poor business practices



reddit

Legally they are obliged to supply the product as advertised, so … Legally they are obliged to supply the product as advertised, so disappointing to hear that they removed it.



Yes, I think the legal high ground is mine and I haven't even spoken to them yet so they might come good.

Did anyone else order it and get the mSATA?

nanuek

Mine arrived yesterday with the seal broken and the mSATA drive … Mine arrived yesterday with the seal broken and the mSATA drive removed... They are obliged to provide the item as described on their website (with 64GB mSATA drive) but I'm not looking forward to that argument.



Legally they are obliged to supply the product as advertised, so disappointing to hear that they removed it.

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nanuek

Mine arrived yesterday with the seal broken and the mSATA drive … Mine arrived yesterday with the seal broken and the mSATA drive removed... They are obliged to provide the item as described on their website (with 64GB mSATA drive) but I'm not looking forward to that argument.


Sorry to hear that. For a company selling the most expensive prebuilt ever you would have thought you were buying from a premium seller. Get a refund or moan them till they give in. Poor business practices
MSI R9 290X TWIN FROZR IV 4GB £199.99 @ Yoyotech
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Awaiting stock but good price if for some reason it comes into stock With value shipping (3-5days) £205.98. - gupsterg

Yeah just checked my e-mails earlier, ordered this on the 30th of November like many others and seen I had an e-mail from paypal (nothing from the supplier) saying I had been refunded. Pretty disappointing it has taken them this long especially since I had received an e-mail asking if the 4-6 week waiting period was ok. Don't think i'll be using them again or recommending them to anyone.
Update: - Just received a response to my email inquiring as to why my order had been cancelled, their response being they did send the e-mail (yesterday) to completely the wrong e-mail. Never received a single piece of notice from them.
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CommanderShepard

Has anyone had any status updates/processing?



​Recieved this disappointing email this afternoon -

"Dear Customer

We do apologize as we have just received a notification from the supplier,
The graphic card ordered has become discontinued, therefore we will be
unable to supply you with this card.
Payment to this order will be refunded back to account holder and order
cancelled

Again we do apologize for the inconvenience to you

Kind Regards
Support Team"

Can't see any deals as good as this now either.

CommanderShepard

Has anyone had any status updates/processing?


mine still "pre ordered"

Has anyone had any status updates/processing?

ck12111

Is this much better than the R9 285?



Yes.
Inwin 901 Mini ITX Case £59.99 @ Yoyotech
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About £85 everywhere else. Gorgeous case, if i was getting a new case this would be it. Thick construction too 9.3/10: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/InWin/901/

Is the shipping included in the price, can't seem to find it.
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Naralie

haha thanks nice work detective! haha thanks nice work detective! … haha thanks nice work detective! haha thanks nice work detective! I'm itching to upgrade to Skylake, I know I don't need to, I just.. want to..



doooo it! ive been on haswell for over 2 years now first 4770k then 4790k 99% of people will tell you theres no point but in general the PC feels so much more urgent and snappier im guessing its down to the increased IPC, it makes for a more pleasant experience, also temps are really good my i5 6600k is @ 4.7 1.35v doesnt even go over 50c in games! and its not delided!


orrr just go i7 5775c like im planning to
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Naralie

depends on which air cooler you were going to put in, there's not a huge … depends on which air cooler you were going to put in, there's not a huge difference in temperatures between the decent ones and AIOs


But is there a big difference between AIOs and a decent regular air cooler/fan?

JoeSpur

How much of a diff does that type of AIO liquid cooler make?


depends on which air cooler you were going to put in, there's not a huge difference in temperatures between the decent ones and AIOs

How much of a diff does that type of AIO liquid cooler make?
Warbird RS10 £563 @ Yoyotech
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Gaming PC Skylake I5 GTX 960 8Gb DDR 4 120SSD 1TB Windows 10 Is this the best sub £600 Gaming Pc

Not sure on comments is this is hot or not!

Anyone any other suggestions on gaming PC similar please?

Really struggling to decide.

the quality from asus is kind of better, but msi is pretty on par as well. look for the IO peripherals, say how many lan or usb 3 ports each have and fan headers

Original Poster

Sorry I'm talking less VAT...what a numpty

Bloody site showing less VAT until checkout
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and that looked great but is 775 for me.... am I missing a 20% off voucher or something?

Original Poster

The processor alone is £200.......£560 is cheaper than buying separate

I'm just unsure what to do with motherboard option?
Skylake i5 6600k @4.4Ghz GTX960 Gaming PC - £599 - @ Yoyotech
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chriswg

Glad some people found this even though so many people voted it cold so … Glad some people found this even though so many people voted it cold so it never reached the 100 degree threshold.I'm very happy with mine, it plays everything at the highest settings smoothly, it's also very very quiet!



went hot here - hotukdeals.com/dea…418. oO

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Glad some people found this even though so many people voted it cold so it never reached the 100 degree threshold.

I'm very happy with mine, it plays everything at the highest settings smoothly, it's also very very quiet!

I set this up at the weekend for my brother ready for Christmas. Upgraded the hard drive to an SSD and the performance is outstanding for the price.
Couldn't be happier with it.

This seems great. I've started buying parts for my pc build, but this works out so much cheaper. Even with adding my upgrades to their deal i'm still saving about £100 and don't have the hassle of trying to put it together myself without breaking it.

Is it really any cheaper to build it yourself? Like everyone keeps telling me!? Well I'm through with that.

Thanks op, just wish I saw this 3 weeks ago

You get a different case now.
Inwin 901 Mini ITX Case £79.99 @ Yoyotech
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Very good case, highly recommended by lots. "Best PC Chassis Award by Computer Shopper" 9.3/10: http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/InWin/901/
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EndlessWaves

£80 will get you lots of very good cases, is there any special about this … £80 will get you lots of very good cases, is there any special about this one?




You are paying for the materials used with this one. Very thick aluminum and tempered glass side panels

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EndlessWaves

£80 will get you lots of very good cases, is there any special about this … £80 will get you lots of very good cases, is there any special about this one?


This is a very stylish case, it has good build quality, decent airflow and has a tinted glass sidewindow

£80 will get you lots of very good cases, is there any special about this one?

They used to Have a shop in TottingHam court Road .. bad place for it really as rents V high so shop quite small Got taken over by ??
V stylish case

yoyotech are decent enough, no worries there
and that case is just gorgeous
great price
Desktop Warbird Gamer V21 - i5 4690K, GTX 970, 240GB SSD £899 @ yoyotech
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Looks to be a great system at this price point - £899 inc. VAT. System Spec: Thermaltake V21 Cube Case Nvidia GTX970 4GB GDDR5 MSI Z97M-G43 Motherboard Intel i5 4690K Quad Core… Read more

What do people think of this for the price?

ebay.co.uk/itm…904

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The £10k gaming pc is finally here!!
http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=FS-001-8P&groupid=43&catid=2474&subcat=2642
Makes this deal appear sizzling...

Hmmm ops first post matches registration date exactly. Thinking this may be an employee post

Better buy a refurbished workstation with 12 cores, and 48gb ram for this price
ebay.co.uk/sch…t=0
MSI z97 gaming mobo, ATX - £104.16 from £128 @ Yoyo Tech
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Not good with all the computer hardware, but I've been keeping an eye on this board for a few days for a build, from reviews, videos and builds I have seen, seems like a great bore… Read more

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gap30

i have this board in my rig, its good but for overclocking its not the … i have this board in my rig, its good but for overclocking its not the bestif you plan to oc get an asus imho



Sorry, hukd app on my phone is very unstable, I'm always losing comments.

I had put 'Idk, I saw a review of this board with the 4790k, managed to overclock to 4.6ghz stable at 1.304v

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Just checked, it was a 4790k

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I've been looking at the 4690k too! Haha

I have this my main rig paired with a 4690k it's good

gap30

i have this board in my rig, its good but for overclocking its not the … i have this board in my rig, its good but for overclocking its not the bestif you plan to oc get an asus imho



This is in my son pc which we build for xmas the oc option are ok (noob at time) but nothing to base it on as first time but it a good board and son is happy and no problems with it
Asus MAXIMUS VI HERO Z87 Socket 1150 ATX Motherboard - Was £129.99 now £89.99 (with free del glitch) @ YOYOTech
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Cheapest I can find. The cheapest amazon have ever sold it for is £134.98 (http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Maximus-VI-C2-Motherboard-Controller/product/B00E5YV826?context=browse) To… Read more

Good price for this, but is 'awaiting stock'

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Misleading title



Thought this was a deals forum not Just a Minute practice.

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Seasonic M12ii EVO 520W 80+ Bronze Power Supply (With free delivery glitch) £52.99 @ yoyotech
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tanked

its only just sold out now but I was leaning towards a … its only just sold out now but I was leaning towards a BeQuiet:http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/quiet-pure-power-l8-630w-bn182-modular-80-bronze-12cm-quiet-fan-braided-psu-53-99-1960394Some people seem to be complaining that Corsair ain't as good as they wereWhilst its only a HTPC now, it might become a gaming PC soon so if I'm gonna spend £30+ on a PSU, I'd rather go the whole hog and get a beefy enough at least semi modular one. Missing the days when PSU's weren't 'a thing'



Corsair still have some good units like the AX line but they've started cost cutting. Long gone are the Seasonic days of old across the range.

Cameron583

For budget PSUs, I'd go EVGA or XFX. BeQuiet also have some good … For budget PSUs, I'd go EVGA or XFX. BeQuiet also have some good offerings, but I'd stay clear of Corsair. Their CS series nor RM series are rated good and they're supposedly mid to high end!



Actually depends, Tom's hardware forum have already made a tier list though. May or may not agree but it’s a nice reference.
The Corsair CS and RM are rated: 'Tier three - Meets standard ATX specifications, though closer to the edges than Tier two units. These are still solid units, which still supply stable power to your system, though not ideal for serious overclocking '

I've used CX PSUs from Corsair for client builds and they are fine and have no issues. I don't see a problem with them unless you really want to push the overclocking. Also PSU's come with rating such as bronze, silver, gold and platinum which will be some indication to how good they are. I've got 650 RM myself and chose if over others because it’s silent more or less and don't have problem over clocking my rig. Best to check various reviews than just look at the brand name really.

tomshardware.co.uk/ans…tml

For budget PSUs, I'd go EVGA or XFX. BeQuiet also have some good offerings, but I'd stay clear of Corsair. Their CS series nor RM series are rated good and they're supposedly mid to high end!
Edited by: "Cameron583" 15th Sep 2014

its only just sold out now but I was leaning towards a BeQuiet:
http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/quiet-pure-power-l8-630w-bn182-modular-80-bronze-12cm-quiet-fan-braided-psu-53-99-1960394

Some people seem to be complaining that Corsair ain't as good as they were

Whilst its only a HTPC now, it might become a gaming PC soon so if I'm gonna spend £30+ on a PSU, I'd rather go the whole hog and get a beefy enough at least semi modular one. Missing the days when PSU's weren't 'a thing'

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And 750 is too much for HTPC



get this one it runs my gamer pc just fine amazon.co.uk/Cor…air