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ASUS Radeon RX 570 4 GB ROG Strix Graphics Card - 3yr Guarantee - £160.97 delivered using code @ Currys PC World
Posted 4 h, 24 m agoPosted 4 h, 24 m ago
Product features 4 GB GDDR5 Stream processors: 2048 HDMI / DisplayPort / DVI Bandwidth: 256-bit FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY when you buy this product. Select next day delivery a… Read more
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Utter rip off as one would expect from CPW sadly, these have been under £100 before. Even used 580s used to go for around £100. Also this card is very old now and won't give a great experience in the latest games even at just 1080P. Don't get conned...


Cheaper on Amazon


This is far too expensive, sorry. This model has been nearer £100 and the 8GB 590 is often around this price.

ASUS VA326HR Full HD 32" 144hz amd free sync Curved LED Gaming Monitor - Black Damaged Box £159.20 @ Currys_clearance / ebay
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Non-pristine box "Non-pristine" have opened boxes and/or the outer box has minor signs of age or wear - so strictly speaking can no longer be called "New". "Non-pristine" products … Read more
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Shipped mine already that was fast.


Nothing wrong with a va panel lol, IPS panels are absolutely terrible in dark scenes.. Tons of glow


Good tn is not bad comparing to cheap-mid ranges, IMHO ips is the best of both worlds nowadays. Va smearing is the thing which keeps me away from £500-600 ultrawides. I really need to see it myself playing fps, but everyone who comes from fast tn screen say it is really bad.


Open box for £169 here ->


Strange, most people think VA are absolutely fine. TN makes me want to vomit personally. Each to their own I guess

ASUS PRIME B450M-A AM4 Motherboard Damaged Box £62.99 @ Currys / eBay
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Description says: New: A brand-new, unused, unopened and undamaged item in original retail packaging (where packaging is applicable). If th… Read more

Unless you're really penny-pinching, the ASRock B450M Pro4 is a much better board and only £12 more. This one doesn't even have any VRM heatsinks.


Gone now.


Out of stock

CCL 4.3GHz AMD Ryzen 3 3300X Bundle - 16GB RAM, ASUS PRIME B450M-A Motherboard @ CCL Ebay with code
Posted 9 h, 20 m agoPosted 9 h, 20 m ago
Deal similar to AWD-IT posted some time ago, but with the addition of 16GB 3000 Mhz RAM. This is now probably the only way to buy 3300X, which is OOS everywhere and if in stock - a… Read more

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Given the lack of stock I'm thinking of the Ryzen 5 3600 from amazon for around £150.. just a problem motherboards and psus so expensive :(


its ADATA XPG 3000mhz ram. always has been with CCL pre done systems for ages now.


Good pick though!. 1600AF is daft price, so u might as well get a 2600..... 2600 is ryzen 5 6 core 12 thread, itll last u!. good solid CPU what will help thoughly for all aspects with the higher core/thread count. 3300x has the upper edge on ipc, and able to handle higher gpu's better, but for low budget GPU users, this isnt as felt as much. plus like i said, streaming, new market changes in games incoming, the old 5 will hold very well.. for lower gpu, a 3600/2600 dif wasnt impressive anyways, always stated ££ = on the gpu over cpu, imo: an older ryz5 is still a very good solid pick tbh. you also have the brand ram, and the motherboard is very good solid mb, got a DS3H here in a build im doing again, solid reliable board, ensure u get decent case with fans for good airflow, which is a must for any gaming system anyways, the only cripe i can say on the DS3H, it is a little pain in the rear when messing with ram, on other boards easy swap change, this one u need to reset the Cmos more times then not, other then that no problems. for a basic user, u wont really run into this lol.. other then that very solid built and reliable, most sold B450 global budget. so if anyone ever buys a "prebuilt cpu/mb" for a DS3H more chance then not it will not work out the box if they not reset, this is cos system builders use their own ram to set it up, time u plug urs in, ull need to reset the cmos.


Ah, I bought a Ryzen 2600, Gigabyte B450 DS3H and Crucial Ballistix 3200 RAM last week for this price because I didn't think the 3300x was going to come down any time soon and there were no deals on a decent b450 board. Still waiting on the MB from CCL and the CPU from Laptops Direct, mind you...

ASUS VA326HR Curved 32" FHD VA Freesync 144Hz Vesa Monitor, £189.05 with code at Currys/ebay
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Repost, nice specs monitor at a reasonable price. Specification Connections: VGA Connections: HDMI Screen size: 32" and over Response time: 4-7 ms Colour: Black Type: Curv… Read more

I have a 32” at 1440p and its perfectly fine for movies and work. 1080p at this size would make everything look massive and the pixels would be huge


A 1660 will play fortnite on high @1440p, at least the latest 1660S models will. perhaps you were looking at it paired with a low quality CPU - theres videos online showing the refresh rates on youtube... showing the 1660 can play it at 1440p 144hz with no competitive disadvantage, just some of the detail lowered a bit. Also it will smoke other popular esports titles like cs:go and dota2 at 1440p 144fps on max, so again I'll restate it depends on the games and stand by my original comment.


Yeah: 'personally I'd rather have QHD @60hz than this anyway'. Actually most have said it's personal. If I was as judgemental as you I'd say you are too old to handle high-refresh rate panels... GTX 1660 can't even do Fortnite at 1440p 144Hz at mid-high, it'll be around 100-120fps and he is playing eSports titles - refresh rate and smooth gameplay > resolution.


I have superb reading comprehension thanks (y) , I have no idea what graphics card your friend's son has, but 32" FHD is rubbish as everyone apart from you have already said. And a gtx1660 will play games at 1440p, depends on the game obviously... personally I'd rather have QHD @60hz than this anyway


You don’t have great reading comprehension do you? I don’t want/need it but a friend is looking for his son, and 1080p 144Hz is better than something higher resolution for him. I see you ignored the graphics card need too. Nevermind - I forgot on this forum you can’t offer or ask for advice unless it perfectly aligns with someone’s own narrow-minded needs.

ASUS VivoBook M509DA 15.6" FHD IPS Ryzen 5 3500U, Vega 8, 256GB SSD, 8GB RAM Laptop £479.97 @
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Decent price for the specs in the current market, it looks like this specific model isn't sold anywhere else. ASUS M509DA-BQ303T Key Features: AMD Ryzen 5 3500U Quad Core Proces… Read more
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Which Lenovo was it?


You're welcome, I'm sure you'll be happy with it! (y)


Thanks. I've gone for the Lenovo (y) 🏻


Probably the Lenovo. Slightly better performance fro the Intel CPU. But they are very similar machines. Check the ports meet your needs, decide which one looks nicer, is weight important, do you want a fingerprint reader, is battery life important, do you want to save £20 for something else?

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ASUS VP249QGR 24" 1920x1080 IPS 144Hz 1ms FreeSync ELMB Widescreen LED Backlit Gaming Monitor - £190.49 Delivered @ Overclockers
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Screen size 60.96 cm (24") Refresh rate 144 Hz, 144 Hz and over Display resolution 1920x1080 Full HD Feature Over 120Hz Refresh Rate, AMD FreeSync, Height Adjust… Read more

If your first deal is an indicator, we look forward to seeing lots more hot deals! Be warned though, it does get addictive :D


Thanks hope to find and post more in the future


Nice first deal @huss123 looks decent value! Heat from me, welcome to the community :)

Asus VP28UQG 28 inch, 4K/UHD, 1ms Response, FreeSync™ Gaming Monitor, £219.95 at Amazon
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Good offer here, might suit someone. KEY FEATURES 28" Display TN Panel 3840x2160 Resolution 1ms Response Time 60Hz Refresh Rate HDMI/DisplayPort Connectivity 100mmx100mm… Read more

Or pay £179.99 for the 27 inch on Very. Just bought this & very happy with it.


I'd rather pay £200 for a 60hz IPS 4K display that actually looked good, than ANY TN display that looks ok when you sit in front of it, but utter garbage from any other direction, no matter the refresh rate. And this is Asus. Ugh.


This Asus is only 60Hz mate so I don't get your point? Also if you had a PC that could push over 60FPS in games at 4k then would you be spending ~£250 on a 4k screen... No Thank you and goodbye


No VESA monitor again it seems. In this day and age...


That Lenovo is only 60Hz mate, not good for gaming

USED - GOOD - ASUS ROG Strix TRX40-E AMD sTRX40 3rd Gen Ryzen Threadripper ATX HEDT Motherboard £343.71 @ Amazon Warehouse
Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Missing software CD. Accessories may have cosmetic damage. Item is in original packaging, but packaging has damage. Brand new is £489.95 so quite a saving.

great price op! Supports the latest Threadrippers. Currently still on the old TR4 running 1920X, still plenty of life and can upgrade to at least the 2nd gen Threadrippers when the time comes.

Asus VA27EHE (27 inch) Full HD IPS, 75 Hz, Adaptive-Sync Monitor for £85.62 delivered @ Amazon Spain
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Nice monitor for the price with shipping included. Slightly cheaper using a fee free card. (y) Superior Image Quality Meets Classic Elegant Design ASUS VA27EHE Eye Care Mon… Read more
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Noooooooooooo ! Missed it.


I managed to place an order, but it says unknown dispatch date? Will it get honoured?


Not by the looks of it


is this still on i cant seem to get it for that price?


No you can't, unless under special conditions (as being closed, returns go to Germany). I cannot even put it in my cart.

Asus C434 Chromebook £499.99 @ John lewis & partners
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
ASUS C434 touchscreen chromebook. Best price I have seen for one of these for a while. Intel m3 4GB Ram 128GB storage 2 year john lewis guarantee
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There is an i5 8GB version but it's usually £700.


I appreciate all of that, but my point is that, to my eye, this is an enormously inflated priced. The core components (processor, ssd, memory) are worth peanuts. I appreciate the extras like the portability and screen but it’s a huge, huge premium for those. But yes I appreciate that Chrome OS has developed a lot.


For video editing and graphic design you need minimum 8gb if not more plus very good cpu. Unless your doing extremely basic stuff. I'd get a proper windows laptop with i5 minimum. But I agree that it can do most things compared to past.


I'm a big fan of Chromebooks but have always had issue with the 4GB RAM on this machine, given it's price. I'd expect 8GB at this price considering I paid $350 for my HP x360, which has 8GB and a faster i5 CPU. Also consider the hinge design on this particular CB, which digs into your knees if using it on your lap for hours.


I think in 2020, Chromebooks tick almost every box for most people. This is what I can do: "Office" tasks e.g. writiting, spreadsheets, presentations, email, calendar. Video Calls; Build / manage websites (+ FTP); Graphic Design; Edit video; Edit podcast (audio); Edit images; Create email newsletters; Use Project Management tools; Research; In addition to browsing the web, watching video, listening to music, using social media etc. And if I need to, I can use most Linux apps and Android Apps. Plus Chromebooks have the advantage of being idiot proof and an ideal PC for those less techy. My Mum loves hers. Great battery life, instant on, secure, always up to date and most importantly, it responds when she interacts with it (no more clicking, clicking and clicking, and waiting...). For me and my needs (which may be different to yours) a Chromebook allows me to do my job and keep me entertained.

Asus TUF A15 AMD Ryzen 5 15.6" Nvidia GeForce GTX 1650 Ti 512GB SSD 8GB of DDR4 Gaming Laptop - Grey £899 @ AO
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Just looking at other laptops that have been posted and this one seemed like a good deal
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Hi @Zac_Walter we've added some additional information about the listed Gaming Laptop to your opening post and this can help members when reviewing the deal as Gaming laptop specs can vary greatly depending on the listed build. There are some good feedback comments posted above too from other members and often builds are unique to retailers so getting a price comparison can be difficult. But it's good to get suggestions and alternatives so thanks for taking the time to share this deal (y)

Nujol See this link for why this deal is cold... £200 cheaper for I believe roughly the same thing.


No this particular laptop in this deal is not good for £900 imho - if you are spending that much getting a lower powered GPU than can be had seems pointless - at around £1000 it’s 1660Ti or 2060 or 5600 minimum as far as I’m concerned. 1650 puts you immediately a year or two behind for AAA titles from the start.


Agreed, you'd want a 60 series GPU for this £. Even the older GTX 1060>1650Ti


I would suggest waiting if you can, the price of laptops with these processors will come down in the next 4-8 weeks, it's just inflated due the processor only just being released.

Asus Ryzen 5-3500U 8GB 512GB SSD 14 Inch FHD Windows 10 Laptop - £404.07 @ Laptops Direct
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
This is back again slightly cheaper, I don't know much about the tech side of computers tbf...,Also delivery isn't until July,....

And what's the top makes in this range, then?


Nope, too much money for a laptop with a TN screen. A message to laptop direct. Stop hiking up the price, it was £404


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Gone back up in price.


Good price but I watched endless reviews on the best laptops in this range. This one was always said to have a poor screen so it maybe worth thinking about.

ASUS VP247HAE 24" 1080P Monitor £89.99 @ Lidl (Skegness)
Posted 1st JunPosted 1st JunLocalLocal
Important. This deal is not a guarantee there will be any stock in the store, so please don’t make a trip you wouldn’t have made otherwise just for this item. Please shop responsi… Read more

Grabbed one from Clitheroe.....bargain


Great find I'd say this is about as good as you will get for the money. Especially at the moment.

ASUS RT-AC86U Wi-Fi AC2900 Router £134.33 - Used - Very Good @ Amazon Warehouse
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ASUS RT-AC86U Wi-Fi AC2900 (AI Mesh USB 3.0 Router, AiProtection by Trend Micro, AI Mesh, WTFast Game Accelerator Adaptive QoS, Dual-WAN 3G/4G Support)

to be honest havent dived into the logs but i suspect possibly a faulty second router, but the internet is plagued with reports of mesh dropouts, could be the luck of the draw/silicon inside who knows??


This might help


How does this compare to ASUS RT-AC88U?


I can’t believe that so many people have/ had issues when my setup works flawlessly. Wonder what the difference is to good behaving setup compared to what you described. Also, have there been any visible issues in a form of log entries?


I second all of this, Mesh was a disaster for me using 2 ac68u's latest Asus firmware went back to 1 and zero issues. Even had issues with 1 in AP mode. 1 is best and also ill wait for a ax model to be cheaper.

ASUS RT-AC86U Wi-Fi AC2900 (AI Mesh USB 3.0 Router - £144.44 @ Amazon
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Posted 1st JunPosted 1st Jun
Currently OOS but available to order. AC2900 Dual Band Gigabit WiFi Gaming Router with MU-MIMO, AiMesh for mesh wifi system, AiProtection network security by Trend Micro, WTFast g… Read more

will i get better speeds? I'm using powerline atm


How does this compare to ASUS RT-AC88U?


Got two of these. Second one running as aimesh. Not as impressed with the aimesh compared to running previous node system. Seems like I dont get great coverage at the back of the house. However router is rock solid running merlin on virgin along with pihole and vpn split between devices being filtered. Has also worked a treat with qos setup for managing devices whilst i work at home!




ASUS ZenBook Flip 13 UX362FA 13.3” Intel® Core™ i5 2 in 1 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Blue £799 @ Currys
Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
£100 off from the normal price. I have been looking for a touch screen type laptop and this seems to me to be a good deal with the £100 off.
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newsgroupmonkey The Ryzen 4500u is bleeding edge and outperforms the latest i5 too. I'd much rather go for that. And it's not really seen as a deal as this is the usual price.


Quite annoying to use in tablet mode, since the screen doesn't want to lie flat against the base. Other manufacturers (Lenovo Yoga, HP x360) do it better


Last year, great deal, this year, much less so, now (with 7nm Ryzen 4xxx series) choices available , as others have noted, unfortunately now, intel massively overpriced, they have to reduce prices more than this, they will......


overpriced, all intel based laptops are now.


Oooh wow. Too high a price for an old gen piece of kit. Might still look nice, but honestly buying it now at this price.... Far too high a price. Sorry.

ASUS GPU NVIDIA STRIX RTX2060S 8GB Graphics Card - £341.40 @ Amazon
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
In stock in a week. Looks like stock is being pushed back further and further out, still a good deal. Out of stock now, but you can still order at this price. As someone has poi… Read more
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Apologies, I'm a bit special and didn't read the dates (cheeky)

Daniel_Jones2Re Hope this helps! :) How it works Buy an eligible ASUS product between 25th May and 21st June 2020 Redeem your Cashback by registering and uploading your invoice - between 8th June and 5th July After a short check we will transfer the cashback to your bank account


I can't figure out how to claim it though, Any help ?


Anyone else religiously checking amazon? (lol)


even without the cash back its an amazing deal

ASUS VP28UQGL, 28 inch 4K(3840x2160) Gaming Monitor, 1ms, DP, HDMI, FreeSync, Ergonomic Design, Low Blue Light - £229 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Good size Asus monitor with height adjustable stand. Lowest price on Amazon. Think they are price matching Currys. 28-inch 4K UHD (3840 x 2160) monitor for stunning photo-… Read more
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Oh sorry. I nearly got into buying it until I realized it's 60hz


I know this is 60hz. I was replying to the poster suggesting not being 144hz was a deal breaker, which was a ridiculous thing to say at this price point.




Gone for this as cheapest 4K with portrait / pivot stand seen so far. Thanks OP (y)


4k IPS 60hz is available at this kind of price of you look around. I would not buy 4k TN. Or Asus, for that matter...

ASUS PRIME Z390-P Motherboard & 240GB WD Green M.2 SATA SSD Bundle - £99.98 delivered @ Scan
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Was looking for a deal on z390 but the ccl deal with ssd didnt feel like a deal. This however seems great with m.2 thrown in even if its just for booting windows and 1-2 heavy stor… Read more
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Expired. Price back to insane :D


Thanks, my chassis is matx.


The Asrock I linked and the Gigabyte H310M-S2H are mATX format, yes. The Z390-P here is full-size ATX.


The Asrock above is mATX isn't it? Board looks small, but cant see mATX on the blurb.


I was considering gigabyte h310m s2h 2.0 and thats matx

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