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Alienware AW3418HW 34" 2560 x 1080 Gaming Monitor 160Hz G-Sync - £599.99 @ Amazon
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Lowest price ever Also £599.98 direct from Dell
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Same price at Dell UK website. If you are a student, then you can benefit from 15% student discount. So basically £509 after discount.


It is a shame it is 2560x1080 rather than a 1440p. I can't see 1080p looking too good over such a larger screen, even if it means not as much GPU power required.


Depends on your GPU and the game. I have an R390 Nitro 8GB and it can run Shadows of Mordor at 3400 by 1400 on ultra settings at around 55-75 fps so the Freesync works a treat and the games run without tearing or stuttering. You will have to drop the settings on more demanding games but Gsync monitors usually start at 30Hz unlike some of their Freesync counterparts. Also for work the increase in resolution allows for 4 pages side by side with the text crisp and easy to read and ultrawide videos look gorgeous. People are obsessed with high frame rates but it isn't as important with single player and non FPS titles. I'd rather play a title like Skyrim running project ENB and drop the visuals in favour of a higher resolution with a 34 inch panel at this price. Text will be far from crisp on a screen this size at 2560 by 1080. Unfortunately Nvidia owners have to pay a premium monitor manufacturers are being charged to implement their hardware which really isn't fair. Just my thoughts.


Well said, What about if gaming is your thing but not FPS?


For FPS, 2560 by 1080 is definitely a better experience with the higher refresh rates and being easier to drive games at the required frame rates needed to take advantage of GSYNC. For everything else, including general gaming, 3400 by 1400 looks stunning, being easier to drive than full 4K panels. More demanding games (Witcher 3 for example) will struggle unless you have a beefy GPU. If gaming isn't your main priority, I'd pick 3400 by 1400 with lower refresh rates over this any day. (nerd)

Alienware Aurora R7 - i7-8700 - 8GB RAM - 1TB HD - 6GB GTX 1060 @ DELL OUTLET
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Scratch and Dent Alienware Aurora R7 Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-8700 (6 Core, 3.2 GHz, 12MB Cache, 65W) Windows 10 Home (64bit) 8GB (1x8GB) 2666MHz DDR4 Non- ECC 1 TB SATA3 512E Ha… Read more

Haha, thanks for the image :D


Enjoy your new alien computer...


I received the computer yesterday, and couldn't be happier. There is a small scratch on the right side of the case, but other than that it's immaculate. The Alienware still has the official wrapping on too. Thanks again OP for posting this deal!


I agree. I only have an rx 480 so not a lot of point worrying about which cpu, its all the same as long as its 'enough'. People keep banging on about intel gaming lead but unless you use a 1080 ti its little diff. I dont think 10 nm will be up to much before 2020 and even then I doubt its gonna be 'better' than ryzen 7nm. The lappy chips released so far are slower than 14 nm versions.. Intel have only just hired jim keller,thats how far away they are from a new arch. They are cannibalising the big xeons to combat thread ripper 2, (thats gonna be a loser,they are massive dies). No point upgrading a 6700K for years yet anyway. I like the non K 4770 at £125 ish cos the ram costs £40 for 2x8 (if you can walk into a cex and pick it) and you can get new cheap boards but other than that I would go with ryzen. If you settle on a big 7nm ryzen you will be able to get boards for YEARS.It will be many moons before another jump like that occurs. But we shall see. 1st gen ryzen 1600's go ~115 on ebay, maybe 155 with a b350 board. The 2600 new build is~£30 dearer than the i5 8400 build (but has a decent cooler). Laters.


As a deal hunter whose main use of their computer is gaming I'm in a difficult spot. The 9th gen CPU's are coming out soon (Q2/Q3 2018) which is ridiculous and, like you say, makes the current chipset obsolete and no value for money. At the same time, AMD are still behind in gaming Benchmarks but ahead in almost everything else - 7nm won't be out until next year though. However, Intels 10nm is superior to AMD's 7nm....if they ever manage to release it. Things are a bit too unpredictable either way for me personally to invest in either for the long term. I'm still using my 6700k 3 years later. I honestly think the best bet for a budget builder at this point may be to look backwards rather than forward, going down the Xeon Route or just an older i7 3770k if you can find them cheap enough. That, or build a very cheap "This will do for now" Ryzen 2/Coffee Lake. I don't know why I'm even worrying - I game at 4k so my CPU is almost irrelevant for my frames lol

Alienware AW3418HW 34 WFHD Gsync™ Curved Gaming Monitor £649.99 Delivered @
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Seems to be the cheapest price for this Ultrawide monitor from Alienware. Perfect for gamers with a 144Hz refresh rate, G-Sync, and Alienware RGB lighting. Manufacturer 3 Years Adv… Read more
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Pretty sure it just standard 60hz refresh rate..


I got x34a best grand i ever spent


' 'What technologies we need' lol.


Right, I don't think any games/consumer hardware can run games at 4k 144hz, though, at the moment.


Not if you specifically want an ultrawide. 4k is still hard to drive especially at 144hz or 144 FPS.

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Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor £334 maybe open box but new @ itcsales
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Dell Alienware AW2518H 25" 240Hz G-Sync Gaming Monitor 1st post. Really good monitor, cheap compared to other 240hz Gsyncs.

Mine has also arrived. Surprised at how beautiful TN panels are nowadays. Thanks for the spot OP. Never had G-sync before, it is game changing.


My Screen arrived - absolutely perfect and brand new.... so glad I purchased


Even if you can't hit 240hz it doesn't matter, G-Sync solves screen tearing. You can set it at 144hz if you want but there's no real benefit.


Good luck finding 144+ hz, gsync monitor then for 2 bills... these people..


Wouldnt pay over 2 bills for a 1080p monitor

ALIENWARE Aurora R6 Gaming PC £1149.97.ebay.sold by Curry's pc world
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Intel® Core™ i7-7700 Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i7-7700 Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage… Read more
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Blast, missed another good pc offer due to work


Where did you find a wife for the same price as this?


good bit of kit, paid the same last year from dell outlet


The Aurora is insane, weighs a tonne and you can see why you pay the premium.

30% off Alienware laptops at Dell Outlet
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
30% off Alienware laptops at Dell Outlet with code DOALLAW30

Ideally anyone buying from the outlet should be knowledgeable about laptops really know the specs they are after. The specs are well laid out to see. Also easy to check if deal is good by looking at ebay dell re-sellers that tend to similar specs slightly cheaper. The inspirons tend to come up cheaper on ebay and you still get the 1yr warranty (but check). The Alienware not so much as I have been hanging around for an AWR3 with GTX1060 for teen


Be aware of the graphics card on some of the Alienware "gaming" laptops too. There were a couple of old - i.e. pre-10.xx series - cards in laptops and the rest of the specs were none too impressive and they wanted about a thousand quid for them. (lol)


It depends which aspects you are looking at. A lot of artists want, well an Apple product, for whatever reason they justify. (Though the given reason normally isn't "all my friends in the trendy wine bar have one" :P. Alienware systems will be heavy and screens will likely be predisposed to speed over colour reproduction. Some aspects of digital art will benefit from the speed and graphics card - a pro graphics card will be better, but probably won't offer you better value with the prices these are up for. As discussed - they are big and heavy compared to some options.


Be aware the ‘generation’ of the processors - some are 6th generation . New laptops are now 8th Gen, 6 th Gen are a few years old now.


I agree with a lot of that. Just sold my 4 year old XPS 15 9530 in preparation. Love the fact it's a laptop not a table top like most others..

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Alienware 15 Gaming Laptop - i5-7300, 8GB Ram, 1TB hdd - Was £1268.99 - now £934.14 with AW15 voucher @ Dell
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Found this one earlier after I keep missing out on the outlet deals. Looks half decent. Screen should be nice with 120hz, but no SSD here unfortunately. Also i5 rather than i7 but… Read more

I bought one from dell outlet website and I will buy another one again if found for less than haft price and I will sell on eBay. I sent over 40 emails with a lot of pictures and videos to show the issues. They only change parts for “refurbished” parts that isn’t fixed. ( the technician told me) He also told to keep my main board because probably they will send another one with bigger issue. At the start I had a very slight issue (USB PORTS) and they changed the main board 3 times. All of them came with big issue (graphic card). Avoid Alienware. Not only outlet. If they have a lot of pc for sale on outlet website is because the new ones came with issues too and customers send it back.


Any suggestions for 4k display output option , ddr5, ssd, 16 or 32 gb ram with good graphic card looking to spend around 1200 pounds any help please would really apprieciate it


But it's got an AlienWare logo on the cover...


as mentioned above, for this price would expect at least a boot drive ssd and possibly 16gb ram.


From what I understand, you're lucky to have got a fully working one. I've bought two laptops from there and both have had persistent issues. I've heard reports from others with the same experience, too, so it's not just me. To be fair, they did eventually swap them for new units, but it took a few rounds of sending them back and forth.

Free Quake Champions Steam Early Access Key @ Alienware Arena
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
It’s almost time to return to the Arena, so dust off your rocket jumping and Railgun skills. Claim your Quake Champions Steam early access key and head back to the Arena!
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well worth the £20 on steam, buying extra DLC sucks.


I played the beta of Quake Champions and I just couldn't get into it. It's so damn fast I could hardly control the character. And while it was in a pretty early state when I played it, so it may be different now, but the game just seemed to lack "personality".


'fairly easy', absolute nonsense


this was complete bullshit by the way OP. There is a daily level cap on getting to level 2, so you can't. All keys gone in that time. Couple that with terrible site responsiveness. Also, get this, at one point trying to get to level 2 i had all my ARP points removed. I received an e-mail from alienware saying a post of mine was flagged. The link to the post in question, was a trailer for a game i'd never heard of, posted by another user. What.


All keys gone Waste of time I didn't even earn any points even they I posted a few times, commented. Liked. Etc

ALIENWARE 15, i7-7700HQ + 1070GTX 8gb + 120Hz Tn G-Sync Display. £1275 Using PROMO CODE at Dell
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Massive discount from DELL with a choice of options starting at £1198. My link is for the 1070GTX Laptop. All prices are reduced even more if you use PROMO CODE: AW12 until April 1… Read more

Got the r3. Yeh when they first came out there were loads of issues with the placement of the heatsink. They sorted it with the 7700k processors but you have a few that still get the problem. Anything up to about 75 you could class as normal depending on how long you've been using it for. Eventhough the gpu and cpu can handle 100°c it shouldn't go that high. Then after market pastes will always be better than any stock paste that is used by any brand. With the 1 year standard warranty it'll be worth itnjust to get them to come out and check it up. If you do have temp issues then its a call & fix or refund scenario and if its the refund then maybe by that time with the new gen proccessors coming out, the other brands should drop in price too. Check the alienware subreddit, its quite usefull. Aw


did you get the r3 or the r4? Thats my biggest worry is how are they going to cool the processors. I use a cooling pad already for my XPS and hate it which is why i want to upgrade.... Apparently they can hit temps up to 90 before they repaste or come out which must be uncomfortable.


Its quite good so far. Haven't done much other than play fortnite and civilization. I got a cheap cooling pad to use. I need to monitor my temps in game with and without the pad but haven't done it so far. It does heat up if i play civ 6 for like 4/5 hours + on max settings and with fortnite on max settings for a couple of hours straight but not burning hot, hits around 65. I need to set up a temp monitor so i can view the temps in game to get a better reading. The left side seems to heat up more than the rest and I'm not sure if thats to do with the fan being on that side. I might give them a call 6 months in and see if they can check it up. Might as well use the 1 year warranty before it expires. Hopefully it doesn't have heating issues like some others have stated and i don't have to calk them up for any serious issues.


how is it? theve given me a delivery date of 8th may!


Got it delivered today. It was dispatched on the 8th

Various REFURBISHED Alienware desktops & Laptops 20% discount - Alienware Aurora R7 £1919
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Some good deals on Alienware today, with Dell's 20% discount. I just got the following for £1919 (notice 2x1080ti + 32GB RAM). Discount code DOALLGAME20. I know my example is… Read more
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That was a great deal for dual 1080Ti. Well done.


Hello, I didnt notice any new desktops added at 14:45. I'll keep an eye out at 19:45 and post back if I see anything juicy.


Which codes did you stack and how??? I was told codes can't be stacked, that's what I was looking to do with various available.


What were the stacks?


Got the alienware one last week after stacking a couple of different discounts which equated to 25% off

Alienware 24.5 Inch Full HD, TN, 240Hz, 1ms, AMD FreeSync, Display Port, USB 3.0, Widescreen LED Gaming Monitor - £299.99 @ Very
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Use code: LXJYM at checkout to get the discounts for new accounts only! Not a fan of Alienware but this is as good as it gets. Full HD, 240hz, 1ms and 25”!

For gaming? If you're highly competitive then TV's aren't great for the response times and other factors, I also use a TV as a monitor and I just play games casually now so it's not an issue for me to spend that extra amount, but when a decent size with decent specs with the right price come along I'll jump on it.


Cool, at full price that's more than I paid for my monitor, looks decent.


fair enough, I didn't have the money or GPU for 1440p 144hz. I ordered this monitor a few days ago when I spotted it on here for £199. Refresh rate is important to me because I like faster paced games like Rocket League, I hope 1440p 144hz drops down in the next couple years though, I do love graphical games like Far Cry (excited)


Distance to monitor makes it easier to see farther away targets/details is what I meant. You can sit really close to a 24" monitor with high fov, there's a reason no cs pros or anyone uses higher than that screen size


No but I'm using a The AOC AGON AG241QX 1440p 144hz monitor. I don't think I could drop to 1080p for more refresh rate.

Dell Alienware AW958 Elite Gaming Mouse, £34.97 from Currys
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Also on pre-order from Amazon. Immerse yourself deeper in the game with in-game lighting effects with AlienFX technology - designed with optimised RGB-LED enabled AlienFX lightin… Read more

Get a Logitech mouse, good sensors and plenty of flexibility with button customisation


I think the Alienware laptops are fugly also


That mouse is U G L Y !!! its mum even shuns it


I do not! (shock)



Alienware AW2518H 240Hz 1080p GSYNC Monitor - £390.83 @ Dell (+ optional 6% Quidco Cashback)
Found 25th FebFound 25th Feb
25" gaming monitor with 240Hz refresh rate and 1-ms response time. Featuring NVIDIA® G-Sync™ technology and custom AlienFX™ lighting. In addition, NVIDIA’s ULMB (Ultra Low Motion … Read more

HOW MUCH FOR A MONITOR!!! (horror) Sorry I forgot... use my internal voice.


Your suspicions are not unfounded...


It doesn't bother me haha I was only jesting, voted hot also


I actually don't see the point in paying extra for gsync when we're talking 1080p - surely anyone buying a monitor to play at 144 or 240 fps will have a decent graphics card to make sure you're hitting the 144/240fps mark, freesync/gsync at this high frame rate doesn't matter, does it?


I have a suspicion you don't like this monitor

Alienware AW2518H 240Hz 1080p GSYNC Monitor - £376 (First Credit Order Only) @ Very
Found 6th FebFound 6th Feb
Price is £470 down from £550 unless you apply code LXJUL on your first Credit order. This should bring it down further to £376, but i'm unable to verify having used it before on … Read more

The bigger the screen the more area you have to look to see someone shooting at you. I use a large screen for work and a 24" at 144Hz for playing games.


240hz at 4k. yeaaaaaaaaaaaaah mate.... not likely.


What GPU can eve run new games on ultra at over 100fps on 4k? I own plenty 1080ti for miners and test hard test em on new hardware i buy and i could never get past 80fps on superclocked 1080ti at 4k. No point having uber fast Hz if you cant achieve stable fps


Thanks for the clarity on that, wonderful thing about DigDug and Missile Command is I do not have to worry about the refresh!! Reason I asked, is surely ((other than the rate)) the game play would more enjoyable on a higher pixel, bigger size screen for less/equal £ for gamers ((putting aside the awful ping rates etc)) playing stuff? Having seen an abundance of these gaming spec monitors ((obviously not running superchunkmegaping speeds)) it would be clearer to see what you are doing on 4k / 5k / 8k as opposed to squishing it all into a squashed 1440p or less one!! (popcorn) That is interesting matt, so even though gamers want the best of the best, they are using a resolution that a 4k uhd can better by over 3 times? Would it not just jump to 240Hz and above for 4k / 5k ones this year & next, save having to play and squint as the screen is only 24" big ? Thanks for the info by the way.


1080p is finished . Don't waste money on it . Buy 4k now

Alienware 15  Intel® Core™ i7 gaming laptop  - £1529.99 at Very / John Lewis
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Both sites have the above for £1529.99. Possibe 10% off at Very for new accounts maybe? Normal price £1800 for 15, £1879 for 17. Both have identical specs on Very I7-7700 16Gb Ram… Read more
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I had pizza for my tea.....


? The point is that they stopped making them 4 years ago...


Deal expired, now back at £1800. Would have to order direct from Dell, and can then spec it as you like for extra ram and 4k etc.


How much would this cost with 32gb ram and 4k screen and hdmi output


MSI Gaming laptop builds are awful (and Acers). Had a high spec £2k MSI 980m Skylake that was advertised as having “ future upgradable graphics” that they reneged on 6 mths after releases this model cos’ they didn’t do there research to find they couldn’t upgrade to 10 series. Was a main factor I (and others) bought that model. Forgave them and bought another £2k MSI Kabylake 1070 laptop that constantly overheated after less than 3 mins of gaming. Returned and got refund. Now got awesome ASUS ROG laptop that runs cool without issues.

Alienware Alpha R2 at Dell for £679
Found 20th JanFound 20th Jan
Lets break the un written rule "never post a tech deal unless you want to get slatted" :-), A I7 windows system from a good company................. Personally like the Alienware … Read more

Your experience sounds very much similar to mine....


I've had multiple Alienware machines. All the 18inch laptops (they don't make them now) and 1 17inch, upgrading is a pain in the bum, so you need to buy top spec. When upgrading graphics you can buy from them and they fall in under your existing warranty. It's way easier that way. I buy dell for 1 reason. Their warranty, I must have burned out at least 15 graphics cards 580-880s, each time dell replaced them. Knowing full well it was hyper aggressive overclocking to blame, I went through 3 I7 x90 extreme CPU,'s again aggressive overclocking, I had fans and heat syncs replaced, multiple motherboards. I have photos somewhere of the ic7 Tim actually dried up into like powder on a i7 2940 CPU, I used to call it overcooking not clocking. In the end with the M18x R1 they gave me a 60% refund, on a 2 yr old laptop and 20% off my next one, because they didn't have the sli-680s in stock after 3 weeks waiting. The replace an m18 (no ex) shipped with the wrong graphics card, dell refunded £200 and send me a free goodie bag (dell printer, carrycase, wireless mouse and keyboard, cap) while I waited for an either a new placement an engineer to fit the right cards. If you ever need a company which is prone to mistakes, and kinda hard work, but will bribe you, discount you, and as long as your warranty is adhered too will keep fixing it. Then Dell is worth it. That said, anything less than a 980 or 1060 and your asking for problems with Dell.


I know thanks, you can never entirely trust that sort of thing


This is anything other than outdated. I had it from day it was launched. Also had the previous R1. It is small and compact, much powerful than most of the Nuc' s that sell for more. Regarding the GTX 960, it is better than GTX 1050 TI. It runs GTA5 IN UHD normal settings at 30 fps.


Pretty easy to find a pre-activated version if you know what to Google.

All Dell XPS and Alienware laptops 0% 12 months finance and additional £120 off code @ Dell
Found 18th JanFound 18th Jan
Saving code (SAVE120) expires 21st Jan. 0% 12 months finance (PayPal) expires 31st Jan! Hope this helps a few people. PayPal credit FAQ's:… Read more

It did; seems the problem is that I have only got cards set up in the Paypal account rather than a bank, so I have now had to add an account to set up DD. We used to have the bank attached until we found that about £800 had disappeared as a Paypal payment and so stopped it.


Should have given you the option to pay over 6 or 12 months before completing the order. Then you need to setup a direct debit with your bank for the relevant amount each month.


Heads up to anyone who bought a laptop after seeing this deal. There is now a 12% code that works on pretty much everything over £799. I bought the £1200 Inspiron (with GTX 1060) on Friday, and it got delivered Saturday. This morning, the code reduced the same laptop to £1055. I'm just off the phone with Dell Customer Care and they have offered me a £120 refund. It's only a 10% refund, however I insisted on 12% as the current offer advertises, otherwise I would return it. She wouldn't budge from 10%, so I went ahead with the return. Called her bluff all the way through to the end, but then bottled it and just took the 10%. Good luck guys. Phone number is 0800 587 1456.


I have owned the 9550 for 2 years when it first came out. and i tell you something best laptop i had. i even spilt red wine on the keyboard. took it apart cleaned it all myself with alcohol and it still works great amazing. Oh and im an achitect so run big programs on it


PS - did the Paypal credit, but it hasn't asked me how I am going to pay, so this will have to be sorted.

get 12% off all Alienware with code ESLUK or £100 above £999 (code:SAVE100UK), or Save £50 on select PCs above £699 (code:SAVE50UK) @ Dell
Found 4th JanFound 4th Jan
12% off all Alienware with code ESLUK Save £50 on select PCs above £699 ( code:SAVE50UK ) £100 above £999 ( code:SAVE100UK ) I saved over £333 from my Alienware bill of £2611. … Read more
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Go for the Outlet with discount, I got my alienware. 6 months ago and have still to see anything with similar specs for the price I payed.


They have some unique models, the Alienware 13 R3 for instance with OLED display. Sure it's heavy, but the other computers with an OLED display that leap to mind are tablet things with 4GB of RAM (double it, double it again, then we'll talk) or a Thinkpad which doesn't include a GPU but costs a grand more than the Alienware.


Alienware are great computers but I think they're over priced. Anything to get some money off is great. Wish I had your budget for a laptop.

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