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AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 20 MB Cache 105 W CPU with Wraith Prism Cooler - Black £284.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd OctFound 22nd Oct
Cheapest i can find at the moment. Dropped from 294.

Haven't seen too many great deals myself so I got myself a 3000Mhz kit and its been running pretty well with a small overclock and tighter timings. There is a corsair one posted here but not sure how friendly that will be with Ryzen. For the most part it *should* be ok.


Yes, that seems a really good deal, as I couldn't find those cheaper separate or as a combo anywhere else.


Thank you, any good deals on B-die ram? :)


It will work just fine out of the box. It is still a good idea to update the bios to ensure maximum compatibility with ram etc, but you'll be fine.


Do you think is a good deal, and motherboard work straight away or needs bios update? :) cooler can be missing, but I have one already :)

Ryzen 5 2600x Motherboard bundle with 8gb Ram £318.99 ebay /  cclcomputers
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
I have been looking for new components to upgrade my PC, this deal was over £400 but yesterday it droped to £319. Seems like a good deal to me but please share your expertise to h… Read more

If £40 is changing your GPU that significantly, then yeah, get the cheapest RAM possible and be sure to get yourself at least a GTX1050 or RX560. You're also probably looking at 1st Gen R3's, and your budget rig is going to be awesome for the price regardless of how fast your RAM is. If you're buying an R5 2600, then you're probably looking at a GTX1060/RX580 level card bare minimum, in which case if you manage to find a GTX1070 for only £40 more, then you should also save another extra £40 for fast RAM so that you're not bottlenecking your much faster GPU anyway! Much more likely is that £40 won't change your GPU choice that much. Also, with this hypothetical supposed RAM and hypothetical £40 and hypothetical PC build where you're significantly upgrading your GPU for 40 hypothetical pounds, we can hypothetically say basically anything ... In the real world, with the prices available today for multiple people through a retailer, then the price difference to 3000mhz RAM is usually so insignificant that it would be worth it even *IF* it didn't make a noticeable difference in performance. Which is absolutely does. Certainly for the £10 difference available to most people. Probably even for £40 on a 16gb kit, given just how big the performance gains can be, and given that increase iss going to be such a small fraction of the total build cost.


Definitely, that is what the PC game is all about. If you have a low powered GPU and have no intention to upgrade (let's just say a 1050), then no it's not worth the extra £10 for the faster RAM. If you have a expensive GPU and CPU (or will eventually upgrade) then yes it is worth the extra £10. It is all relevant to what you want and need from your computer. If you can save £40+ on RAM (in my case) then under no circumstances is it worth it, that can be spent on a better GPU or CPU which will have a much bigger improvement overall.


100% agree, right place at the right time is usually just lucky or not. Let's also now set it straight, unless you are saving a huge sum of cash, then there is no reason not to spend an extra £5-10, especially if it is for a personal build that may last many years. :)


No I was shopping for RAM at the time to sell a build, and I just looked on Amazon as they have so many ways to get money off. Let's be brutally honest, what I bought made sense to buy against other prices at the time, compared to the difference in performance. That is what we are talking about, as for the other guy who mentioned 40% difference in performance is just off their face... My point is that there is always ways to buy items cheaper than what is on this site, you just have to use common sense.


You completely missed the point, the RAM you bought in May was as item misprice, not the normal price.I am asking you to post misprice deals, as without the misprice, even using the the coupons and credits etc. the price difference would have still be pretty much nothing compared to a faster RAM kit. How did you find the cheap discounded RAM in May, was it on here?

ACER Aspire 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - Full HD - £405 (with code) @ PC World
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
PC World - 10% off selected Ryzen 5 & 7 laptops using code, bringing this down from £449 to £404.99. Top features: - Take on any task with AMD Ryzen 5 processor - M… Read more

I got a replacement, it seems such a good deal for the price. Hopefully this one is ok


Oh well, all's well that ends well! Picked up an opened box but unmarked Aspire 5 (A515-51), 1000gb, i5, 8gb for £399 on eBay! Quick trip to Amazon for a Samsung SSD and waiting for the parcels to arrive...


And OUCH again!!. Which 'option' did you do in the end?, or ...




Wouldn't just Ghosting the original/existing HDD before tampering about with any additional third-party SSD or whatever, be a much easier option?. Then when you're done Ghosting the HDD, you can then just simply transfer the Ghosted image onto the SSD after it?. (With pre-existing firmware driver's for your whatevers embedded within it already .. ) And then just delete the contents of your original HDD or something?. Most Venders selling Ghosting software charge for such software, but the majority of them give you a 14 day to 30 day free trial of such software regardless ... So may be worth baring in mind too?. :-)

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Acer Swift 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 7, 8GB RAM, 256 SSD storage - £399 instore @ Curry's (Manchester)
LocalLocalFound 10th OctFound 10th Oct
I got a brand new and security sealed laptop, I said my friend got a discount so they included the discount for me too, see receipt. Electrical clearance store Manchester.

Only at the electrical clearance store in Manchester.


What in every store?


So really the deal is there are bargains to be had at a Currys clearance store...


I showed them a receipt which I have attached my own as proof. Someone added a post few days ago for £419 so the price mist have dropped.


sooo... how do we get this deal? we just say my friend got a discount.. can i get one? Doesn't sound very plausible

AMD Ryzen 5 2600, 240gb SSD, 8gb DDR4, GTX 1060 6gb, Dragon Gaming PC - £673 @ Freshtecsolutions
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Ryzen 5 2600 Gigabyte A320M-S2H motherboard 240GB SSD 8GB DDR4 RAM GTX 1060 6GB I opted for this case over the others as it's one of the cheapest (£7 more than the very cheapest),… Read more
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Thanks my dude! :)


There is a few place I tend to use, but if you just want to do a quick build and price compare you can use PC Part Picker, that will allow you to specify a system and also help you ensure you get compatible parts for the most part.


Awesome find! Where'd you find the parts for the price?


This isn’t the best fresh tech offer. I had my computer from them, but from their ebay page when quidco did 10% off ebay. Ryzen 7 2700x processor, 1050 2gb graphics, X470 motherboard, 8gb 3000 ram, 120gb SSD, original price was 750 so paid 675 when taking into account cashback. Great service, arrived quickly, great bit of kit as long as you don’t mind doing a few little upgrades. I’ve added a 2TB hard drive in mine, will add another 8GB ram and upgrade the graphics card.


I ordered from these guys about 5 years ago, they sold me an i5 3570k but installed a non k version. They ignored all my emails and calls and weren't interested at all after they received the money.

ACER Swift 3 SF315-41 15.6" AMD Ryzen 7 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey £419 instore at Currys PC world Clearance Manchester
LocalLocalFound 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Price on PC world £749.99. Display price was £479 at Currys PC World Clearance Manchester, but scanned for £419.98. Laptop is brand new and not a refurb or used. This is at the … Read more

No I got it behind the counter. I showed them your Recipt and asked for the same discount but they only gave me 20% off and not 30%. The laptops in actions went too high and some over the rrp which is a bit daft.


I discovered they have actions on Wednesday and Saturday. Could it have been cheaper because it’s auction day?


I’m also clueless but as I’m a student I used my student email to get free office 365. It’s got norton antivirus. I’m still trying to figure out if it’s trial version or not.


Can I ask what else I need with this laptop? I.e. Microsoft office and anti-virus? Should I download an anti-virus or buy a hard disc? Sorry I'm not a computer guy.


Yes thanks to you, I think it's come down even more now but if you notice mine shows 20% discount whereas yours showed 30%. They said that was a mistake and should not have been 30%.

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AMD Ryzen 5 1400 3.2GHz Box - Processor (AMD Ryzen 5, 3.2 GHz, Socket AM4, PC, 32-bit, 64 bits, 3.4 GHz) £93.68 delivered at Amazon Spain
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Currently on sale at £109 Amazon UK Functions and details AMD Ryzen Master provides up to 4 profiles to store customized voltage and clock settings for both the Ryzen CPU and the … Read more

expired? up to 129Euro (about £113 roughly)


I can see what you're getting at, but still 25% is a large increase in performance, ryzen definitely are good value for money and I would have a 2600 in my PC all day long. But that extra 25% performance increase between this and an I7 is a significant amount. I feel like as you try to increase cpu speed past the point of ryzen the cost in doing so escalates for each percentage increase, hence why prices are high for good intel chips and hence why AMD to compete have turned partly to beating intel on core count. Your comparison above is a valid point though (y)


I think these benchmarks would more appropriate


Check out benchmarks for an atom processor vs an i5 processor. Not sure what you've been smoking.


I have the chance to buy a 6 month old gtx 1060 3gb for £130 so might just take that then, thanks :)

ACER Swift 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 7 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey - Currys £599.97 @ Ebay
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
I just bought this amazing deal from Currys pc world eBay store , condition New. Brilliant spec, Full HD, 256GB SSD, 8GB Ram and Ryzen 7 AMD. Currys website is selling for £749 so … Read more
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Anything like this spec wise, ram and SSD etc but with a better battery life? My nephew needs one for school and also to last a few years to take him through College with any luck. Thanks


yes this ones better


WOW!!!, and for essentially the exact same money as well?. Not bad ... So the OP's Deal is clearly more superior by the look's of it?. :-)

amour3k Your both wecome. :-)


That's the ryzen 5, so not the same

ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £99.99 Ebuyer
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Nice to see this board under £100. This is a higher end motherboard. Elsewhere, seems to be £160+! Very good board for Ryzen platform. (excited) Features ATX ASRock Super A… Read more
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NOOOOOOOO , how often does an offer like this come up when I'm NOT at work, grrrr.


Out of stock. You snooze you lose. XD


Have one these with an overclocked 1700 @4ghz and 32gbs of RAM. It's a pfsense router, Plex server, torrent client and runs the occasional VM, hasn't crashed once fully set up.


poor support from asrock, their motherboard bios chip get f.....up after a while. They used to send for free, now they ask you to purchase somewhere else


I would probably get one of these if it came with an updated BIOS for ryzen 2.

ACER Swift 3 15.6" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey £599 @ Currys
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Ive been searching for a Ryzen build laptop and this looks a good option excellent reviews Specs AMD Ryzen 5 2500U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD Graphic… Read more

Sorry not the same


Hi found the same laptop but for £550


The new 8th Gen intel CPU's are really good and the one at Argos is the new model.


And the amd vs Intel


For me there's not much in it apart from £40.

Refurbished Asus GL702ZC Ryzen 7 1700 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD Radeon RX 580 4GB 17.3 Inch Windows 10 Gaming Laptop £939.97 @ laptops direct
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
17.3 Inch Screen AMD Ryzen 7 1700 Processor 16 GB RAM 1TB Hard Drive + 256GB SSD Windows 10 Home 64-bit Edition Operating System 1920 x 1080 Resolution Experience ultimate computi… Read more

No not now expired 3 months ago but price currently for a refurbished one is not realistic at all


is it still available


Amazon germany, a deal that i did post ...


when was it sold less for new


When it was sold for less new this price is not a deal but rather a joke...

AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Desktop CPU - AM4/Hex Core/3.6GHz – 4GHZ turbo/ 16MB/95W £136 CPU-WORLD-UK LTD Amazon
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
£136 for the 1600X it's unlocked great performer and cheap given the prices of Intel these days the seller is CPU-WORLD-UK on Amazon. Hopefully the link works

I see, Thanks for the info. What I meant about the motherboard was people had issues when they bought the 2nd Gen Ryzen and realised it didn't work because their motherboard requires a BIOS Update. And updating requires the previous 1st Gen CPU. AMD provided the boot kit solution later on though. But of course, this would have been a hassle back then right? Overall I'm all for compatibility, unlike Intel motherboards. but thing is, I won't be upgrading until 3-5+ years which means it doesn't really affect me that much. Thanks again though. Thanks for clarifying. Well then W3680 it is! Now to wait for a 1080ti on sale for ~£500


This deal doesn't seem to be available anymore, however the 2600 is now on offer at eBuyer! £149.98 inc free delivery (Same price as Amazon Prime, but actually in stock :)) Just picked one up, I'd recently switched to a Ryzen 2200G but that will go on eBay now :-)


The W3690 is only a tiny bit faster than the W3680 but costs nearly 50% more so probably not worth the extra. 24GB is 24576MB (1024MB is 1GB)


Silicone lottery applies to any CPU regardless of manufacturer. Also motherboard compatibility isn’t really something that needs ‘fixed’. The latest intel CPUs only work with 1 generation of motherboard. The AM4 AMD CPU platform is compatibility with last gen, current gen and apparently the next 2. All that’s needed is a Bios update. To me that isn’t broken, it’s a fantastic selling point. Though more so for 1st Gen owners. All you do is make sure you buy an updated B350 or X370 or make sure you buy a B450/X470 board. No different from if you bought Intel.


My motherboard: GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 1.0) Seems to be compatible with up to the Intel Xeon W3690 CPU but not with the X series which is a shame. ;( https://www.gigabyte.comrev-10#support-cpu A quick search and aliexpress have it for around £53. As well as W3680 for around £37. Higher clock is better you say right? Though, I researched and someone said that W3680 only utilizes up to 24gb RAM. A quick 'dxdiag' and my RAM is a little over that (24576MB). would this cause an issue?

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X Processor £337.49 Currys on eBay
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Shame about motherboard prices! Specification Socket: TR4 Cache: 32 MB L3 cache Processor speed: 3.5 GHz (4.0 GHz with TurboCore) Number of cores: 12-cores Number of threads:… Read more

Also great for mining XMR ;)


And it never felt so good. For too long Intel have been delivering incremental upgrades with high costs for the consumer. Forcing them to upgrade their motherboards and ram at times just to get the new processor. It's time they were brought down to reality. AMD deserves another chance.


Despite the blurb, not a good choice for gamers. Better for Adobe content creators.


12 cores for £300, outrageous. AMD are systematically destroying Intel on all fronts now.


I meant each of them cost the same as the processor (lol) my bad english

AMD RYZEN 7 1800X​ £153.88 @
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Great deal for AMD RYZEN 7 1800X Long shipping time, only a deal for those with patience (highfive) Thank you Uncommon.Sense : Just a shade over £147 with a fee free card. ;) … Read more

This statement alone has just shown everyone you don't really understand computer hardware. I won't respond further.


Yeh for games the i7 is king.


It really doesn't. I imagine you are just playing games where as the Ryzen 7's are for users who want to use them for production reasons soley / or as well as gaming. They are particularly good if you stream. You are daft telling people to buy 4th gen CPU's now.


Yes it actually was. Bitter?


Sure it was.

LENOVO IdeaPad 330S 15.6" AMD Ryzen 5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey £529.99 @ Argos
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Credit to @Whitedot on this thread about a similar model - this one is now reduced in price from £549.99 at Argos. Model number: 81FB0047UK. CPU, Memory and Operating System:… Read more

81FB0047UK ideapad 330S15ARR WE United Kingdom AMD Ryzen 5 2500U AMD Vega 8 Graphics 4GB Soldered + 4GB DIMM DDR4-2400 15.6" FHD (1920x1080) IPS 256GB SSD 11ac, 1x1 + BT4.1 Platinum Grey 720p Dual Array Non-backlit 52.5Wh 65W Windows 10 Home 64 1-year, Depot 07/18 Fair point, I stand corrected... just bought I Yoga, I like Lenovo.


Laptop does appear to have an IPS rather than TN panel screen. Search for this exact model number in the Lenovo PDF product guide below - 81FB0047UK. I've updated the description to clarify this.


It's TN according to the review and Lenovo website.


It's an IPS screen


Ryzen and comedy TN display? Think I'll spend another £150 on something twice as good.

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X 95 W 8 Core/16 Threads 3.8 GHz 4 MB CPU - Brand New on Back Order for Amazon Prime Members
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Lower price than the 1700 on amazon. On back order but good deal if you can wait. AMD Ryzen 7Extreme Performance for Gamers and Creators. AMD has created a processor product and… Read more

Purely for gaming get a cheaper CPU (like a 2600 if there's a deal or even a Ryzen 3) and a 1060/RX580 instead. This CPU is overkill and a 1050ti would strongly bottleneck.




Have the 1700 (paid £300 on release), absolutely best PC experience I've ever had. Slick, can stream, edit and game without breaking a sweat. AMD are killing the CPU game IMO -- wouldn't go back to Intel at this price unless you paid me to.


you have no idea what you're talking about.


That's true, I think they start throttling around the 85c mark (even Intel), but I wouldn't say that the Ryzens overheat compared to Intels. They're on par with Intel on that regard. Intel's IPC is obviously better clock for clock, but it all depends on the usage.

HP 14” Ryzen 3 - 4GB - 128GB SSD Laptop // £379.99 Delivered at Currys
Found 17th SepFound 17th Sep
Very good price for a great machine. Some may prefer 8GB RAM but for students especially that want a machine with good performance and are only browsing/using office 365 or other l… Read more

1: Thats why its a smaller screen and most people who with this system would be using a game pad. I've developed a mid level 3D game using Unity, Photoshop & 3DS Max in a 1366x768 screen, I'm not saying it was ideal but if I can use those other people should be able to use chrome and Microsoft word. 2: Thats why this system has 4gb with an OK SSD rather than 1GB with a slow SSD. 3: Actually its an m.2 SSD but in reality its the small read/writes that matter for general windows usage. We have n idea how this drive performs for 4k writes.


1. It's fine playing them on a TV because you'll sit 10 feet away, try that with your laptop. You'll be using the screen at arm's length max whilst typing/touching. 2. I guess you browse one tab at a time with 1GB Ram and slow SSD 3. This is a standard 2.5" SSD, it's no nvme


1: Thats not how ppi works (The xbox and ps3 generally play games at a lower resolution than 1280x720 but is fine playing them on a 42" TV) and the GPU in this system is perfectly suited to the screen resolution 2: Windows 10 can run "okish" on 1GB ram with a slow SSD. 3: you have no idea what model the SSD is, it could be a full speed PCIE drive for all you know.


(lol) (lol) (lol)


My son's at uni doing comp sci and his machine only has 4GB of RAM although a 1080p screen. Expensive business uni

RYZEN 7 EIGHT CORE 1700 3.70GHZ (SOCKET AM4) PROCESSOR - RETAIL BRAND NEW at Overclockers for £158.69
Refreshed 18th SepRefreshed 18th Sep
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For single thread performance? Yes, absolutely. Please do prove me wrong though. I'm not disputing at all that they're beasts when you've got properly coded workloads that make use of all available threads.


You think Ryzen 1st gen has the same IPC as Sandy Bridge? That is very far from the truth.


No GPU is an "investment". But yeah this GPU is F'ing awful.


65w unit so lower power consumption and thermal output - nice chip, I know a guy who uses one of these in a rig for mining (CPU preferring coins, there are a few out there). You can run Debian on the rig and have that going as a low priority task then run other services at standard priority.


The GFX card has 2gb of ram.... It's an awful investment at £100

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1920X Processor £337.49 @ Currys Ebay
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Great price, shame about the price of motherboards! Specification Socket: TR4 Cache: 32 MB L3 cache Processor speed: 3.5 GHz (4.0 GHz with TurboCore) Number of cores: 12-cor… Read more

Good post op, couldn't decide whether to go with the 2700X or the 1920, this helps with the decision, bought! :). Heat added.


Already bought - but I wasn't going to mention the 64gb of DDR4 I bought earlier this week for just over £300 as some people may have DDR4 memory sitting around. At times you can still pick up a "bargain" on ebay - if by bargain you mean last year's purchase price...


A 3770 uses DDR3 RAM. Threadripper (and EVERY PC made since 2014!) uses DDR4. Add £150+ for memory


Currys also have the MSI SLI plus X399 for £256 with the 10% off see . CCL had the 1920x on ebay at £330 earlier this week and I picked up the board earlier today to go with it.. All in all £580 for a computer 3 times faster than the 3770 it's replacing isn't a bad deal...

Acer Aspire 3  - Black 15.6" Ryzen 3 APU Laptop, 4gb ram, 1tb hdd, ips panel, £299
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
£100 off, pretty good deal, even has monthly payment options.
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Lol don't get the statement. 110% you would see greater impact from an SSD than an extra 4gb ram, admittedly you would want to do both. Reality is both are ready to do so no great shakes. The issue is when you do add those things you are creeping towards Ryzen 5 laptop price points which are much faster processors.


Don't understand while you advocating against an SSD then. A SSD will improve the responsiveness of any system massively. Would be the first thing to upgrade.


I personally dont need or own a laptop, i have a gaming pc. I already reap the benfits of an ssd.


I've got this old netbook that runs an i3 with 4gb ram... it was sooooo slow! Would take a minute to load up windows even and everything else was just the same. Putting an ssd in it was the best thing ever, loads up in 5 seconds now and has no problems with chrome or anything like that. If definitely go ssd over more ram


While i agree an ssd is nice to have, its not really that essential to the average user & tbh unless you've used an ssd you cant tell that hard drives are that slow. Without an ssd this eould br fine for light gaming & browsing, tbh the first thing id upgrade is the ram from 4 to 8gb, especially if you plan on using chrome lol or doing any semi heavy workloads such as gaming. SSDs are amazing though & would be a very nice addition.

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