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AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X 3.5GHz 12 Core 24 thread CPU £199.97 @ CCL Online
Posted 7 h, 29 m agoPosted 7 h, 29 m ago
Good cpu for applications that need a large amount of threads, it's from the first gen threadripper series but still holds up well today. Base: 3.5GHz, Turbo: 4.0GHz 12 Cores, 2… Read more
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Great if you have a current board and need to upgrade the CPU but starting new. X570 motherboard and 39XX series CPU would be a better buy.


How does his compare Vs a 3700x for gaming?


Not after you factor in the motherboard costs. You would be daft to buy this now for a new setup unless you have some unique use-case to use all the lanes. A Ryzen 9 (or hell, a Ryzen 7 3xxx) would be much better value.


Yeah i saw, not allowed on hotdeals uk though i don't think due to the poor trust pilot.


X399 mobos certainly are not cheap. Min £300 is what I can find.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, 64c/128t, 2.9GHz - 4.3GHz - £3,000 @ Amazon
Posted 7 h, 41 m agoPosted 7 h, 41 m ago
AMD Ryzen Threadripper 3990X, 64 cores / 128 threads, 2.9GHz - 4.3GHz - £3,000 Yes its runs Cryis no GPU required Yes it opens more than 2 Chrome tabs Yes you can buy ten for Eb… Read more
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AMD is improving.


Don’t need but want so bad! :D


Does this come with a free car?


I bought one of these to calculate the odds of Dominic Cummings being fined for breaking lockdown rules and the result was NaN, I then changed the algorithm to check for the DVLA prosecuting on how you should notify all changes in eyesight to them and it was also NaN. I am currently in custody for treason but luckily I'm rich and the rules on phones don't apply to me


Only three words WTF!!! Followed by another 3 Why????

HUAWEI MateBook D 15 2020 + Free Watch GT or FreeBuds 3i, AMD Ryzen 5 3500U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 1080P 15.6", Vega8 GFX £549.99 @ Huawei
Posted 14 h, 20 m agoPosted 14 h, 20 m ago
This laptop is currently on offer with a saving of £50 + the choice of a free TWS earbuds or smart watch. RRP of the Huawei FreeBuds 3i on their website is £89.99 RRP of the Huawe… Read more

Lenovo had for a couple of days a model with the 3500u etc. for £275 available to all.


My first contribution was this actually “Wow I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again... be aware that the core equipment here - Ryzen 5 3500, 8gb RAM and 256gb SSD has been available in Windows laptops £100-£200 and even £250 cheaper than this in the past few months (use the search to find 20+ examples). Clearly this has some additional features to those more budget models but useful to know I hope“


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Brexit time. Support UK industry only! :))


Lol, good luck with that

Gaming PC with AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER - £1499.99 delivered @ Scan
Posted 18 h, 2 m agoPosted 18 h, 2 m ago
Decent spec PC for the price. 3XS Gamer Elite Designed, built and tested to the highest standards by our multi award winning team, the 3XS Gamer Elite features a high performanc… Read more
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I got exactly the same last year for £1240 even that was to much but i couldn’t be bothered to build one.


Freezing cold. Spec is weak


Happens everytime. If you can buy it for £1 cheaper on pcpartpicker the master race will be unable to contain their fury ;) I also assume they never eat out because you can buy all the parts at Tesco.


Funny enough this is very close to the specs tomshardware suggests as a close option to the PS5


It's about to get really cold in here

AMD WRAITH PRISM RGB LED CPU Heatsink Cooler OEM £19.99 @ Scan
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Beautiful cooler with good performance for the god of CPU’s AMD

I changed setting in the fan speeds software (ryzen software can't remember the name) didn't do anything. I am guessing this is not what you mean though. Where would I find the settings for this. I have changed over to a water cooler but I am sure my boy would appreciate it if I can sort it out :D


Did you set the CPU step-up and step-down delay? If you didn't then the fan bounces up and down. If you did then it should spin up smoothly and pretty much quiet until you stress the CPU with Cinebench or streaming while gaming, etc. It's one of the best air coolers out there and great value when bundled with the latest Ryzen CPUs. Easily beats many £40+ coolers on the market.


I have the asus software. Will uninstall and see if this helps Thanks.


I had the same thing happen with my H115, and it turned out to be the MSI software I was running to control the lights on it.


Its very nice to look at, and it actually performs quite well. I didn't get one with my Ryzen 3600, so I purchased one from Scan for £19.99 with free delivery due to being an av forums member. My plan was to use it for a little while, and then purchase a EK-AIO 360 D-RGB, but I'm not sure now as I'm very happy with this cooler so far.

AMD Ryzen 7 3700X AM4 CPU/ Processor with Wraith Prism RGB Cooler - £266.95 delivered With Code @ Currys PC World /ebay
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Specifications MPN: B961241 Cooling included: Yes - RGB Wraith Prism Cooler Thermal design power: 65 W Number of cores: Octa-core Number of threads: 16 Socket: AM4 Process… Read more

Now is time to play during the lockdown. When prices go down there will be no time to play...


3800X is a speed boost, 3900X gives you a few more cores. If your a streamer, i would def go for 3900X


Tell that to my old 1300X (my buddy still runs it with a ATI (excited) 590 gr8 underestimated GPU BTW).) Just over 4GHz all cores (it never got the chance to use the 'Boost' setting) Gaming it kicks a 1600 in most games @1080P


Well I did it - 3900x coming tomorrow. Anything I should know before hand? I’m on the latest bios already. My g skill flare b-die ram always hit a ceiling at 3200mhz with my 1600x on the fast preset using the dram calculator but now that I’m stepping up I’m hoping to get 3466mhz (the max x370 prime pro can support). If anyone has any experience with this I’d love to hear.


Can't remember if the x370 is the board that will support the 3000 series graphics cards. If so, probably worth a keep for now. The Amazon prices for the 3900x have been randomly going up and down recently. Highest I've seen is £430. Lowest (that looked legit) £370. But I think it'll even drop lower then £370 when the new processors come out in July so I might wait until then. Keep an eye out for the price drops as they are random! Also be careful of weird sellers as one today was selling the 3900x for £290 which doesn't sound legit at all lmao. Good luck lmao. A friend of mine was saying if it drops below £370 then that's probably the best you'll get. But £370 isn't too bad either :D

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MSI GAMING PLUS MAX AMD B450 AM4 Motherboard Damaged Box £94.99 @ currysclearance ebay
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Key Features Your mind-blowingly powerful new PC build starts here. Compatible with Ryzen processors, the MSI GAMING PLUS MAX Motherboard is the perfect foundation. Stacking up th… Read more
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I would rather pay £4 more and buy brand new from Scan rather than deal with Currys and their, 'new other' products. Either way I haven't voted.


Very clever aren't you


Yep that's how stock works when there's 1 x


Another 1 person deal

HP 14 14-dk0011na Laptop, AMD Ryzen 5 Processor, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 14" Full HD, Natural Silver - £499.95 delivered @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
3 year guarantee included Designed with an AMD Ryzen 5 processor, 8GB RAM, a 14” Full HD display and a 256GB Solid State Drive, the HP 14-dk0011na laptop provides portability, al… Read more

And the 3 guarantee


It’s not on blue light discount


It might be worth looking at any work reward schemes you might have access to (staff treats in my case). Ours is currently "Up to 35% discount plus free delivery on orders over £25" for the HP website making this laptop £419 (Save £80). They are a bit selective on the 'up to' for some of the other laptops though. I've added it to the short list (for my niece) for school work and casual use. Otherwise its fairly competitive with the other (ryzen 5) laptops with similar specs ATM but my overall preference would be to wait for more 4500u laptops (which she doesn't need) to come out, which would decrease the 3500u prices (which she doesn't want to wait for … one of those birthday deadlines). Edit: Source of the discount is in staff treats if available to you


I bought the intel i5 version of this laptop from Currys which was on here at £470 a few weeks ago (I got it for £450 with extra discount) and it had a negative rating. Never understand this place.


Yes. Just FYI - you don't need a HDMI port on the laptop to plug two monitors in as even cheap USB-C hubs normally have both HDMI and VGA. If your monitor doesn't take VGA you can use a VGA to HDMI adapter which are a fiver on Amazon.

ASUS VivoBook X412DA 14 Inch Full HD Laptop, AMD Ryzen 5 Processor, 512 GB SSD, 8 GB RAM £499.99 @ Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
ASUS VivoBook 14See more, carry lessWhether at work or play, ASUS VivoBook 14 is the laptop that immerses you in whatever you set out to do. Its new frameless four-sided NanoEdge d… Read more
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Yeah, its crazy they are advertising this without saying what processor it is! The spec site says 3500u here: Also, bordering false advertising when they say "the latest AMD R5 Processor" because it isn't - the AMD Ryzen™ 5 4500U is out now and this doesn't have it.


You're right it is the 3500u, it's mentioned in the description near the end. Took me a while to find, bit irritating that is not listed in the specifications


I think it's 5 3500U but can't find anything on the listing.


Annoying that the CPU isn't even listed.


Got the ryzen 3 version of this for 350 at curries with 128 SSD and for a budget laptop its not bad. The body is plastic and you do notice however the performance is impressive and once you remove the S from Windows its pretty decent bang for buck. I wouldn't spend 500 on this though the Magic book is better finished.

AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Processor (12C/24T, 70 MB Cache, 4.6 GHz Max Boost) - £406 at Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. 12 cores, 24 threads, 4.6 GHZ boost clock, 105W TDP Compatible with 500 & 400 chipset Series AM4 motherboards Wraith Prism Cooler inclu… Read more

£432.43 now






Just found this, read all


Think you're looking for APU's, it's what AMD call's a CPU with gfx,

Dell G5 15 SE Gaming Laptop Ryzen 4800H, 16GB RAM, AMD Radeon™ RX 5600M, 144Hz, 512GB SSD - £1149 delivered @ Dell Shop
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Hi guys, this new Dell just became available. Seems like a good price compared to what's out there. AMD Ryzen™ 7 4800H Mobile Processor with Radeon™ Graphics Windows 10 Home 64… Read more
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:D :D :D one of the best comments I've read here.


Just watch out for the new Omen and others will respond.


Cheers, considering delivery isn't until June 22nd, I'll hold off for the next few weeks to see what pops up.


I think over the next 2 weeks there will be several offers coming up with the new systems due.


Anyone aware of any other 4800H with the same GPU laptops in this price range or is this price pretty unbeatable at the moment?

Lenovo V155 15.6" Laptop AMD Ryzen 5-3500U 8GB RAM 512GB SSD Win 10 - £477.59 @ Laptop Outlet
Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
AMD Ryzen 5-3500U / 2.1 GHz Max Turbo Speed 3.7 GHz Quad Core Processor 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD 15.6" Full HD Display (1920 x 1080) Resolution AMD Radeon Vega 8 Graphics Windows 10 Home… Read more

If it cant run that theres no hope left


V155 platform specs PDF V series is entry level small business model. No IPS screen on V series. Is screen/lid made of aluminium or plastic? I suspect plastic.


Basically if it doesn't say IPS then you have to assume it is TN.


With 4500U etc laptops coming onto the market, I think we can expect some significant discounts for the 3500U. This feels pricey by comparison, sorry.


Well ill be damned. Still wouldn't touch medion

AMD Ryzen 3 3200G (4C/4T) with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics - £75 - Sold and Despatched by CPU-WORLD-UK LTD via Amazon
Posted 24th MayPosted 24th May
AMD Ryzen 3 3200G (4C/4T) with Radeon Vega 8 Graphics from CPU-WORLD-UK LTD / Amazon £75.00 4 cores, 4 threads, 4 GHZ boost clock, 65W TDP Compatible with 500 & 400 chipse… Read more

Many thanks.


The Asrock one at about £55 is nice, only limitations are the RGB header, if u want that then go for something like DS3H. all B450 will be perfectly fine to upgrade, these are good budgets, however the MSI PRO VDH a little more with the increase in BIOs size, perhaps maybe that little bit more inclined for zen3.... that was last weeks debate, B450 not getting zen3, but it didnt add up as msi max b450 have 32mb bios, over the other b450 16mb but the announced 16mb bios on some x570 were also inc.. but amd back track, but its still worth that consideration... "peace of mind".. so the vdh would not be a wrong choice. these £55-70....


What budget motherboard with a little CPU upgradability would you recommend for this APU please? Many thanks for posting.


An i3 9100.


It's also based on 2nd generation Ryzen and not 3rd generation despite the naming scheme.

Lenovo V55T Tower Desktop PC AMD Ryzen 5 3400G 8GB RAM 256GB SSD Windows 10 Pro £323.39 delivered at Laptop Outlet
Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Designed for business, ready for the future The Lenovo V55t Tower desktop is an excellent choice for businesses looking for a high-performing computing device that also offers grea… Read more

If he bought this thinking it’s a laptop, his in for a shocking unboxing


You bought a laptop instead of this then?


Thanks 70s_kid. Got a new laptop. You saved me £13.40p. Cheers Matey :) (y) (highfive) (ninja) (popcorn)


Should work fine just won't play games (at any resolution, really!).


does anyone know if i could use this with a 27 inch monitor with 2560 x 1440 resolution

AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Processor (4C/8T, 6 MB cache, 4.2 GHz Max Boost) with Radeon RX Vega 11 Graphics - £137.99 @ Amazon
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
AMD Ryzen 5 3400G Processor (4C/8T, 6 MB cache, 4.2 GHz Max Boost) with Radeon RX Vega 11 Graphics for £137.99.
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"It's the fastest integrated GPU there is cough Cough (not virus related) Intel skull Trail VEga-m gfx , also AFAIK the mobile APUS, eg 4800HS might beat this. I like these chips tho as everything is in one package .. Waiting to see what the 4000 is like, see if the mid-range APU can outgun an GTX960. ALso would like to see the low wattage versions GE.


I’m inclined to agree that this CPU has been made a bit redundant at this price, kneecapped by the 1600 AF on the cheaper side and 3300X on the pricier side. Yes you will need a discrete GPU but as mentioned refurb RX 570s have been around the £70-80. If you absolutely must go for an APU, the 3200G is the more compelling option with a view to a GPU upgrade in the future. But as also mentioned, you’re probably better waiting to see what the new gen APUs look like. Even then, AMD are always likely to artificially limit what their APUs can offer on the graphics side; given Nvidia dominate the high end GPU market and AMD mainly competes in the low to mid range, all the AMD APUs would be doing is stealing sales from their own GPU division. In short: this is a good price, but only go down the APU route if you really have to.


It's ironic really, my dual system case is pretty huge but the ITX area is still a bit cramped. I could go non APU but then it means paying for a riser cable, a basic gfx card, and aftermarket low profile/AIO cooling as the standard Wraith cooler wouldn't fit. A good Ryzen 4000 APU would makes things much easier... ;)


Yes, that's understandable. It's a good chip in it's own right but you are essentially paying extra for those graphics - makes sense if you're trying to do an ITX build or cheap gaming system with minimal parts and clutter. Looks like you'll have the options for huge gains with 4000-series - extra cores, more efficient, etc. I've had Intel until recently but AMD has literally taken the chip world by storm - back in 2016 when they announced Zen I don't think anyone believed them after years of horrible Bulldozer rubbish, this is basically their equivalent to Intel's Core 2.


Used to be around £110 - cold From me as you can have 3600 for £139...

MSI X570-A PRO AMD AM4 Motherboard, £133 at Currys/ebay
Posted 22nd MayPosted 22nd May
5% off at checkout, decent board for the money. Specification MPN: 117748 USB: - USB Type-C x 1 - USB 3.2 Gen 2 x 1 - USB 3.2 Gen 1 x 4 - USB 2.0 x 2 Other internal connection… Read more

The problem is it seems the issue is on a case by case basis, some boards and chips are better and worse than others. As well as instability, issues can also manifest in long term lifespan or downclocking with these sorts of issues. With other boards available without the issues in a similar price range, and the new b550s due in a few weeks, this or the other affected boards really arent a good buy as you are playing a lottery that you could avoid completely. If you dig into the MSI forums you can see users complaining also, not just reviewers and test benchers. If you upgrade frequently that may not matter to you but as I will always recommend based around longer term purchases, I would still advise to avoid the old MSI low end boards to simply avoid the lottery. With the alternatives, its just not prudent advice. This being said the high end x570 boards, and the newer mid range x570 Unify and Tomahawk seem to completely resolve these issues, so this isnt a blanket recommendation against MSI, just a point of contention with these older low-midrange x570 boards as MSI themselves admitted they werent good enough and fixed the issues in the Unify and Tomahawk. Its a shame they didnt follow through and completely discontinue the older designs also but I suspect they had inventory to shift... I hope thier new B550 continue to be as good as these revised X570, and the B450 boards were, as if so they will be a go to brand again at all price points. The x570 tomahawk due out any day looks exceptional at around the 220 mark, and they moved the chipset fan so it avoids larger graphics cards which is a great move for both chipset and graphics card heat. If anyone wants to buy for longer term and needs the features of x570 at the lower end of the x570 price spectrum, this would be my recommended board, so again Im not anti-MSI, I just cannot in good faith advise anyone to take the lottery on these old low end x570 boards, especially as low sales will send a good message to MSI not to make the same mistake again (ie laziness).


owner of x570 MPG Gaming Pro Carbon WiFi - which was completely slammed to the ground by hardware unboxed channel I am yet to have problems with VRM cooling solution while pushing first the 3600x to 4.48GHz and later the 3900x 4.72GHz on an 10 year old Noctua NH-U12SE2 It might be the fact that I bought the board in December last year but there were no revisions available at that time. I wouldn't buy an X570-A PRO for sure but it doesn't mean that the whole product lineup for MSI is terrible


Great for frying eggs


No problem. Always better someone puts the money where itll matter than on bling, buzzwords or overkill :) If you save a few hundred now, thats a whole new graphics card in a few years etc...


Thanks for all the advice bro! Hope you have a great weekend 8) 👊🏼

AMD Ryzen 3 3300X Processor (4C/8T, 18 MB Cache, 4.3 GHz Max Boost) £114.94 @ Amazon
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Cheapest ever. Temporary OOS, but available to order.
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Personally I think that quad cores are going to work well on low-mid end gaming for a little while yet. The new consoles being 8 Zen2 cores is definitely a good thing for PC gamers as games will utilise more cores for sure. But that shouldn't mean that someone on a budget shouldn't still buy a quad core. They're still going to play games and do it pretty well. I have a 12-core 3900x in my PC, but have ordered a 3300x for an ITX PC I'm building to use on the TV for VR also. I think the 3300x is going to deliver more than enough performance for casual gaming.


My next cpu is going to be one of the current 8 cores. Not bothered about the upcoming ones as it will be too long before they come down to my sort of prices :D . I might be wrong and totally not understanding these new cpu's but as a gamer buying a quadcore now seems a bit strange to me.


We've had 8 core CPU's on PC's for a while now. I think consoles (PS5) will give yet another kick to multithread development.


I'm not talking about consoles though. Console ports usually run like crap anyway. I'm saying 6 cores is better than 4 in pc games and very soon pc games will run better on 8 cores than 6. So I'm not sure how they are going to fare on 4. Bit of a short term buy these cpu's imo.


We could have made this very same argument when the PS4 was released.

Pre-Order - HUAWEI MateBook 13 AMD Ryzen 5, 8GB RAM, Space Gray, 256GB plus free Band 4 Pro & backpack £599.99 @ Huawei
Refreshed 29th MayRefreshed 29th May
This is a pre-order. The item will be available 2nd June. A much better screen than a Matebook D14.

I think a lot of people on here actually don’t know that much and are often duped by deals that get hot for terrible machines eg i3’s over £400 or celerons for £300+.


Fair enough :)


Wow triggered much? . Think most people understand that you can get the performance in a laptop with a plastic shell, with thicker bezels or a worse keyboard etc. But my point still stands.....most laptops released today will accomplish 99% of what most people do on them unless your video editing or gaming. So it’s the experience other than performance that drives value in this price range.


I disagree I would say about 500 is reasonable so with the gifts is not bad


I think the argument is kinda clear. Matebook 13 = Specs can be had cheaper but finding the build quality that Matebook provides at this price-point is hard to come by. Specs are good can run most games but won't be at ultra quality The end.

AMD Ryzen 9 3900X Processor with RGB Wraith Prism Cooler £397.10 at Currys ebay with code
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Good price, double discount at checkout. Specification MPN: 117685 Cooling included: Yes - RGB Wraith Prism Cooler Thermal design power: 105 W Number of cores: 12-core Nu… Read more

Nothing wrong with that, looks sweet!


Oops, well I went the other way with a crosshair VIII hero :D


All gone. good deal while it lasted!


September is going to be a great month in that case. Hopefully with the next gen GPUS being release too.


I’ll wait another 5-6 months (y) 🏻

ASUS Prime B450-PLUS ATX Motherboard, AMD Socket AM4, Ryzen 3000 Ready at Amazon - £68.78
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Cheapest it's ever been from what I can see. AM4 socket: Ready for AMD Ryzen 3rd, 2nd and 1st generation processors Fan Xpert 4 Core: Comprehensive controls for fans and AIO pu… Read more
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I've seen you say a few questionable things and always bite my tongue, but this one is ridiculous. It has the same number of phases, using the same mosfets, the same components, they are IDENTICAL in every way and yet you say one is better. The Asus TUF B450M-plus and Prime Plus use the same VRM. Maybe you're thinking of the other TUF boards...


There is a good difference in between these 2 boards,.... maybe not so on paper, but actually bench testing them / overclocking them there is a good difference in the VRM's... Sadly people need to "stop" reading the manual, and assume one is the same... there is quite afew boards out there what have the same mosfets they by far do not match the same.


Just been refused ded for them boards...:-)


Sadly no longer available at this price. Current listing priced at £95.99.


"Better VRMS" They use IDENTICAL VRM set ups. How have you even come to such a strange conclusion? There is no difference, other than the Prime Plus has an extra heatsink... Both 4+ 2 phase Both use ASP1106GGQW Controller Both use 4C06B/4C10B Mosfets

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