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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7GHz BOX £248 with fee free card or £​254 with amazon conversion. @ Amazon Italy
Found 3 h, 50 m agoFound 3 h, 50 m ago
No Brainer, coming from £253.42 with amazon price conversion, however £248 with revolut

You asking us to time travel either to the past or to the future:D Since when processors dropping that much like for example mobile phones? They never do unless next gen is introduced. These selling very well, people need new PC's on daily bases, and Intel is no match considering price/performance. Im showing members how to save 30+ quid and You dont see great deal? Iam confused:D


Deals, right?!? (lol) Just that these have been about this price Nov/Dec last year and with new technology on the horizon I would expect this price as the norm and a deal to be around 230. Though that is only me ;)


Yesss... the point of this website (confused)


Like AMD's ryzen line but I don't see this as a great deal, especially with the possibility of the 3000 series CPUs being released in a couple of months. Am I missing something?


What you mean Fee Fee?

AMD Ryzen 5 1600X 3.6GHz Hexa Core AM4 CPU, £107.23 at CCL/Ebay-WITH CODE
Found 8 h, 24 m agoFound 8 h, 24 m ago
Today only, with code. Processor Speed - 3.6GHz Hexa Core Processor (12 Threads) 16MB Cache Power Usage 95W (TDP) *No Cooler Included Socket Type - Socket AM4

Yeah after VAT, weak pound and general screwing of UK on prices this is a great price, could make for a fantastic budget video editing machine.


Good price. Not as good as the deals they have in US (79.99 USD for R5 1600) but probably as good as it gets over here.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 - 3.0GHz Octa Core Socket AM4 Processor from CCL £132.89 @ eBay
Found 14 h, 36 m agoFound 14 h, 36 m ago
Once again the king (arguably) of budget CPUs is too cheap to pass. 8 cores and 16 threads of happines that I currently run in my own rig and couldn't be happier for the price. Nex… Read more

That's crazy value for the money, wow!


Even though I admit I hate all these coupon posts this is a cracking price (embarrassed)

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AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Six Core 4.0GHz CPU Asus PRIME A320M-K Motherboard DDR4 Bundle - £184 @ AWD-IT
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Looking for an mATX bundle to upgrade my PC and this looks a reasonable entry point - £229.58 if you want to include 8gb memory. Includes CPU cooler. "Assembled and tested by our… Read more

trash motherboard with a CPU made for overclocking with cheapo memory. Big NO. crap 'deal'


Crap stuff my amd 8150 plus board lasted 3months before it started having issues couldn't be bothered with returning it


Budget board. I probably wouldn't pay it because I would pick my parts individually and pay a bit more to get something that'll last. Find £210 for a 2600 and a better B450 board. Supports faster RAM, more likely to support more of the near future Zen 2 CPU models with better VRMs etc. It's a smarter choice long term IMO.


Don't know where you pulled that price for the 1600x, look here its 125, And doubt this mobo is worth anywhere near 60 pounds


Well it kind of is, a a320 mobo like this probably 30-40 pounds, and a 2600 is 130-140, while 2600x is probably 170-180, so for 20-30 extra you could get the newer gen if my math is right.

Sapphire AMD Radeon RX 590 NITRO+ Special Ed. 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card, £228.89 delivered at Overclockers (3 games free)
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
£20 cheaper than last time posted, here . Also in blue, here . Specification: - GPU: AMD Radeon RX 590 Graphics - Stream Processors: Up to 2304 unit - Compute Units: 36 - … Read more

hmmm (nerd)


The 1660 is, but it's still significantly better than the 590. And, there is a room for a whopping 15% OC gain. And yes, this is one of the better cards, but they are all pretty close and most are hitting the 15% OC mark. TPU has a tone of reviews up for browsing.


GTX1660 wins. At stock it's at least as fast as an RX590 model with a good cooler and clocks that have been pushed. Such an RX590 model has virtually NO core overclocking ability, let's be realistic here. They are all on their upper limit and memory speed increases give limited gains. Whereas even the cheap £200 GTX1660 models gain a fair bit on the core and significantly on their memory, because the core is bandwidth constrained. That's why a GTX1660 with a good memory OC is capable of matching and even beating a stock 1660Ti. An RX590 simply cannot do that, if you are factoring in overclocking. Added in the cooler temperatures, quieter coolers, much lower power consumption it's a slam dunk better GPU than this for less money. Definite win


Id Pay the like £30 - £40 extra an go to a vega 56 over this


Granted there's not a lot of overclocking potential with the 590, but the GTX1660 is comparable to the 580 in some workloads and that is overclockable. At the same price point these are really muddy waters and I don't think people should be giving a definite "win" to either side lol. If anyone is buying it under the "newer" pretense, then I'd put the 590 in the same bracket as 580 due to the underlying tech being pretty much the same, and go for the new GTX/RTX series.

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AMD Radeon R5 430 2GB GDDR5 LowProfile PCIe Graphics Card DP/DVI (Used) £29.99 eBay  blackmoreit
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Codes and Manufacturer Data Brand - AMD Model Number - Radeon R5 430 2GB Part Number - E32-0405360-N41 Dell Part Number (DPN) - 0F8PX Used item, may have marks from prior us… Read more
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This is a really bad deal. Cold cold cold. Why would you buy that? If you want a secondary card you can get much better stuff for £30 of ebay.


I've just noticed it's used... (fierce) facepalm (fierce) OP would be nice to mention it's used in the title. (flirt)


2 years ago I bought a second hand 7850 for £30 when my GPU broke, to use as a temporary card. According to gpu bench that card was over 3 times more powerful than this, 2 years later for the same price. That should give you an idea of how great of a deal this is... And explain the negative score.


I bought two and down loaded the new adrenaline 19.3.2 from AMD these are DELL branded not Chinese imports. Mine arrived DHL 2 days from UK supplier.


> No original packaging, manuals or cables supplied. Be careful that these arent fake. Lots of chinese fake GPUs around, even low end stuff...

HP Pavilion 15-cw0994na AMD Ryzen 5 8GB 1TB 128GB SSD Laptop at BT Shop for £469
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
Specifications AMD Ryzen™ 5 2500U Quad-Core (2 GHz base frequency, up to 3.6 GHz burst frequency, 6 MB cache) 8 GB DDR4-2400 SDRAM (2 x 4 GB) Memory AMD Radeon™ Vega 8 Graphics 1 … Read more

Slightly faster for general use (probably barely noticeable). Ryzen series processors' main advantage is that they have good enough integrated graphics to play more demanding games than just web-browser games, such as Esports (League of Legends, Fortnite etc). They'll also help with anything else that needs a bit more graphical oomph. But for most, they're about the same; if the laptop isn't going to be used for any games, I'd go for the i7.


Do you have one yourself?


sva = tn panel display. pity


Silly question for some of you but is i7 8 series better then Ryzen 5 ?


not worth it - thermally throttles a lot.

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 - Processor with Wraith Spire LED heatsink (20 MB, 8 cores, 4.1GhZ, 65 W) £176 Fee Free card or £183.60 @ Amazon Spain
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
AMD Ryzen™ 7 2700, AM4, Zen+, 8 Core, 16 Thread, 3.2GHz, 4.1GHz Turbo, 20MB Cache, 65W, CPU, Retail + Wraith Spire (LED) £176 Fee Free card or £183.60 including delivery If … Read more

Definitely wait, your current CPU is still decent and you’ll notice a much bigger upgrade moving to the 3000 series than you would the 2700


virtually the same chip lol


Still £183 try this link


271 EUR now - price reverted to equivalent to UK?


16 threads for £183, scorchio!

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 8core AM4 with Wraith Spire  CPU/Processor £141.49 at Aria PC
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Delivery included in price. CPU Family: AMD Ryzen 7 Processor Number: 1700 Clock Speed: 3.0GHz Turbo Speed: 3.7GHz L2 Cache: 4MB L3 Cache: 16MB Max TDP: 65W … Read more

Ah okay thanks for the correction! Seems impressive the perf/value


Nah it will be ryzen 5 RRP outperforming current ryzen 7s (8core 16 thread like at CES is almost certainly the new ryzen 5 chips)


It’s predicted to be released in the next 4-6 weeks, however it could be longer. Supposedly will be the same value as Ryzen 7 CPU’s but outperform them by a mile if leaks are true. Hopefully they are so I can upgrade from my Ryzen 5 2600


when is it out, this is pretty dam cheap tbh


The Ryzen 3000 series is almost here...

Powercolor AMD RX 580 8GB DDR5 Red Dragon Graphics Card, £179.99 at Ebuyer (2 games bonus)
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Game codes will be emailed out within 5 working days of invoice date Redemption/Terms and conditions available 'here' One application per customer
Whitedot Edit: GTX 1660 is different to GTX 1660Ti. The former has only just been released, on Thursday.


Are you sure, I've checked daily :/




Cheers mate, glad to know!


Powercolor are one of the better AMD partners..Asus and Gigabyte are not as good as this, Sapphire are probably the only one I'd buy over this version

ACER Aspire 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 7 Laptop - 1 TB HDD, Black  £499 Currys
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
ACER Aspire 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 7 Laptop - 1 TB HDD, Black Achieve: Fast computing with the latest tech AMD Ryzen 7 2700U processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Graphics: AMD … Read more

I think the 5 would be better with IPS screen.


Would this be ideal for some video editing 1080p files ?


Ryzen 7 and they didn’t even bother with an SSD for you! At least they’re cheap and easy to fit.


Yes, Aspire 3 and 5 series are upgrade friendly. Aspire 5 has an IPS screen.


Lol that's now how it works. It depends on the specifications of the laptop. That's like saying a tablet Samsung/iPad tablet is better than a Samsung S10 or iPhone XS because it has a bigger battery... well yeh that's technically the truth but the newer S10 or iPhone XS is better in all other aspects even though it's smaller device and the battery is probably in most cases better optimised. For example, 15.6" Acer with only an i3, 4gb Ram and 1tb hard drive for £380 is much worse than a 14" Lenovo with a Rhyzen 5 or i5 and 4GB Ram and 1tb hard drive or a 256 GB SSD for £450. But for an average person who does just office work or browsing the Acer is probably better for them. While for a student or a person who has a business they should opt for the Lenovo model... Like i said it comes all down to the person and their preferences.

Ryzen Bundle - 2600 + Aorus B450 + PSU +Game £259.99 at
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Bundle Contains Ryzen 5 2600 Gen2 with max speed 3.9 GHz Processor Gigabyte B450 AORUS PRO Motherboard (ATX) AMD Socket AM4 (Up to 64GB Memory) FREE Gigabyte B700H 700W Modular … Read more
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should be all good :) most use 3000hz ram

Thanks for the helpful confirmation as the ad doesn't say it is included anywhere that i can see. I've looked and the 2600 cpu seem to have the weaker stealth rather than the spire. I think i can live with the weaker cooling solution as i wont be overclocking very much I doubt so this is looking attractive to me. The weaker DRM will hopefully be ok as well. I already have the 3000 MHz ram.


Comes with its own cooler . AMD don't sell OEM chips like Intel so all retail with spire or wraith cooler Will need DDR4 ram, CCL doing 16GB Corsair 3000hz kit for £85, as well as the bundle

looking at this. Presume i would need to purchase a HSF for the ryzen as this bundle doesnt include.


yeah sorry, all doing it apart of Gigabyte deal but one sells out so listing 3 options gives buyers choice of store and stock

Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
SPECIFICATIONS: - Socket: AM4 - Chipset: AMD B450 - Form Factor: mATX - Multi GPU Support: Supports AMD CrossFireX™ Technology - Memory: 4 x DIMM, Max. 64GB, DDR4 3200(O.C.)/300… Read more
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I have the older Tomahawk B350 that i picked up from ebay for £50 a couple of months after they came out. Been really happy with it. Keep trying to resist an upgrade to it because it's not necessary.


I think generally the ASUS B450 boards have been seen as over-priced. I opted for the Tomahawk in the end and am very happy so far


I have no beef with ASUS, I just looked at reviews of this bourd, please look at the video I posted.


I've not heard anything bad about this board, however if i was buying a b450 my first choice would be the msi tomahawk. If the board was bad we'd have a load of links to tech sites saying avoid these boards. The poster might be posting personal bias from a bad experience with asus.


I've seen a lot of reviews of the TUF brand, it's not exactly a mark of excellence, most companies, like ASUS with this motherboard, are just stamping their cheap stuff with this brand, not saying all TUF products are crap, but it doesn't fill me with confidence when I see this stamped on a product.

AMD Ryzen 1200 CPU Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £61.99 @ Amazon
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Lowest ever price on Amazon.








Wouldn't you agree there are certain risks when buying second hand. Also, most people building entry level computers are new to building pc's and fault finding would be almost impossible in that scenario. Not to mention upgradeability of a pc with newer components

ASUS Prime X370-Pro AMD Ryzen AM4 DDR4 DP HDMI M.2 USB 3.1 ATX X370 Motherboard £76.97 at Ebuyer
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Back in stock. AMD AM4 ATX motherboard with Aura Sync, DDR4 3200(O.C.), 32Gb/s M.2, DP/HDMI, SATA 6Gb/s, USB 3.1 5-Way Optimisation: One-click system-wide tuning that now also sen… Read more

great price for quality motherboard, beware however, that it may require a bios update to work with 2ng gen Ryzens.


Here is the earlier post, have a read


Sorry this has all that or the tomahawk ??


Better VRM for overclocking and potentially future CPU’s. Better fan control. Not sure about any other differences.


How does this compare to the Tomahawk ?

Ideapad 320 14” laptop with AMD A6 / 4GB RAM / 1TB HDD £199.97 at Laptops Direct
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Looking for a cheap laptop saw box’s deal that expired at £199 for an A4 then stumbled across this one which has an AMD A6 for the same price Not a expert on laptops but looks good
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Not full HD (14 Inch 1366 x 768 Screen)


Wouldn't touch these cowboys - I'm still waiting for them to get back to me about a DOA machine from 5 days ago, hideous customer care...

PLEASE READ I have exact same laptop and, straight out of the box, it's hideously slow (literally took 26 hours to update on set up) if you want something to use straight out of the box then avoid this like the plague. However, last night I installed a 240gb SSD for £30 and the difference is insane, its a great laptop now. Changing the ssd is quite easy too, I had no issues and I'm usually a bumbling buffoon with these sort of things.

AMD Ryzen 3 1300X Quad-Core AM4  Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler, £98.36 delivered  at LaptopsDirect
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
3.7 GHz Clock Speed (with Boost) 4 Cores / 4 Threads 10 MB Cache Compatible with Socket AM4. Max System Memory Speed - 2667MHz Wraith Stealth cooler, Performance varies dependi… Read more

Or a Ryzen 1600x for 20 quid more on the above link.. Yes a 1600x for £118.41


Can get a Ryzen 5 1400 for similar money too


I'm not sure this presents any kind of value at all. It's the same price and performance as a ryzen 2200g while also being worse in terms of price/perf ratio than a ryzen 2600. So basically spend the same and get a free iGPU or spend £50 more and get better value.


As much as I love the 1300x on budget builds. A 1300x pair'd with a 1070mini outbeats a 2600X/580 combo if your struggling on that budget range for Gaming purposes only. The 2200G comes with the wrath for less and offers same performance 1300x has been down to £91 alone before now with no wrath some reason it's gone bk upto 110 around.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700 CPU with Wraith Cooler, AM4, 3.0GHz, £146.39 at Amazon
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
AMD SenseMI Technology Socket AM4 Max Turbo Frequency 3.7 GHz 16MB L3 Cache 4MB L2 Cache DDR4 Support … Read more

nice one Sarden hoping to build a rig for my son in law so he'll well look forward to this news


Some new posts around here for the 2600/700W psu/b450. Smashing deal put on today pal.


Anyone who has looked at this. Check the new threads for the 700W / B450 / 2600 cpu combo for £250..


Good spot!


cheers for the heads up and writing the post :)

Lenovo V110 AMD A9 4GB RAM 128GB SSD 15.6in W10 Laptop | £244.96 | @
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
AMD A9-9410 2.9GHz 4GB RAM + 128GB SSD 15.6” Display + DVD Writer Webcam + Bluetooth Windows 10 Home 64bit Do Great Things with Windows Combining the best of Windows you … Read more

It isn’t, no matter how you look at it - too slow and runs too hot. The SSD is a nice inclusion but the cost has come down so much recently it’s not such a big deal as it once was. The Intel equivalent (eg Pentium Gold) would be much better. Buying this is a false economy.


In reality, for £245, it's a pretty good CPU especially paired with SSD.


If you upgrade the RAM to 8gig would it improve OR is the fact that it is only a "dual core" that lets it down? Alternatively could someone direct me towards a laptop below £300 which one would recommend? i don't mind if i have to buy it and then upgrade an element of it.


But in reality, that CPU is pretty awful. The SSD is the only upside here. The other negatives are the 4GB RAM and HD display - still, for a new machine, might be ok for some.


On the face of it this looks a very good deal

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