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Asus ROG Strix gaming laptop £1469 @ AO
23/05/2018Expires on 23/05/2018Found 12 h, 54 m agoFound 12 h, 54 m ago
Asus ROG Strix GL502 15.6" Gaming Laptop - Titanium Dedicated GeForce® GTX 1070 - play on top settings 7th gen Intel® Core™ i7 processor & 8GB RAM1TB hard drive & 256GB … Read more
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Seems overpriced for the specs...


How much you been paid to say that? Seeing as how my first comment replying to you was deleted


Or you can get it from Amazon, if you prefer, for the same price


What about this one? 16gb memory and 17.3 inch Fhd screen.


Oh no, this looks like it'll put me in the doghouse.

Asus ROG Strix GeForce® GTX 1050 Ti OC edition 4GB GDDR5 with ASUS Aura Sync & G-SYNC @
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One of the best GTX 1050 Ti cards made and easy to OC and runs on 75 watts! 1506 MHz engine clock in OC mode for outstanding 1080p gaming experience. DirectCU II with Patented W… Read more

I have a older card which is similar performance, it's fine for current games but I am looking to upgrade since I've got VR my card plays VR 'decently' on many games ive tried (lowest settings, I can live too till the gen of cards but I won't recommend it) I ramble too much, anyway, it can get the job done on most things but I wouldn't recommend it it's not future proof since it's struggling with newer games


Not as bad as Hermes. Granted yodel haven't got the best rep but our local yodal man delivers stuff to my office if I'm not at home so can't fault them. I wouldn't buy from ebuyer for other reasons. If this was a low profile card like my old 750ti then it would make sense in a media centre, something where you need as little heat given out as possible. Otherwise even a crap PSU will handle a 1060 and is a good order of magnitude better than a 1050 ti. I have a 1060 3gb at home mainly for Vive gaming and a 1050ti in my work PC for the odd Lan game at lunch back when they were £130. It's a decent enough card, just with next gen just months away it's a bad time to be buying anything GPU related.


I would warn people not to purchase from eBuyer especially due to their choice of courier: Yodel.


No, not really, we just have other uses for items that are wasted, sitting around doing nothing most of their tech lives!!! I said others post, try it, for every unique keyword indexed via a comment or deal on this type of site, there are hundreds of similar ones, all over twitting & other places, cashing in on the subject, hence why nearly all deals posted here, are now everywhere else on cloned sites and nobody can get one at the prices anymore, or not so often! I was referring to the price of nearly ALL the 1050 Ti's 3 months after the 2nd launch date ((1st one cancelled due to similar reasons as to why the 11 & 12 are not here yet! Anyway, let some others have some white space, I think we have exhausted the point I made and the card is still selling regardless of what either of us say! :|


for this price just get a 1060 3gb

ASUS GL503VM-GZ128T ROG Strix HERO, MOBA Edition, 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop (Intel i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 120 Hz 100 Percent sRGB Display, Nvidia GTX 1060 6 GB GPU, 1 TB FireCuda SSHD and 128 GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard) £879.97 Amazon
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Great deal for a gtx 1060 6g not an i7 but its worth it, you also receive a code for up to £149 worth of Intel Gaming offers after purchase
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Well, nobody whines here, we just having a heated debate 😄


oh man just let this whining go


Just trying to tell people that this laptop is not going to keep up with new modern titles for long.


In a nutshell it depends on what you going to play. No for open world games, strategy games and to a lesser extent some online games (I.e. Battlefield). All other games should be fine.


Erm, how about the fact that I referenced a bunch of tests that show weakness of 4 cores without HT and I did mention quite a few AAA CPU intensive games that stomps i5. Here you go another example: Comparison of 7600k vs 7700k at 4.8GHz. They are from the same architecture and with pretty much the same IPC (overclocked RAM and 2 extra Mb of cashe are not making huge difference). 7300hq is roughly 37% slower than 7600k at 4.8 GHz, while 7700hq is 30% slower than 7700k. Watch video and extrapolate from those results, unless you don't know A GCSE math 😄

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ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-F GAMING Motherboard £157.29 @ Amazon
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming Intel Z370 ATX gaming motherboard with Aura Sync RGB LED lighting, DDR4 4000MHz support, dual M.2, SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.1 Gen 2 connectors. LGA1151 … Read more

I typed that exact sentence into google & nothing in relation came up, so what's the beef?


I have the B350 version of this and it's been decent so far, no issues. Heat :)


I've had the Z270-F version of this, was a nightmare board, ram incompatibility with compatible Hyper-x 2666 rams, sometimes posted, sometimes not, since the beginning, careful with this. I've chosen a slightly cheaper MSI Z370 KRAIT (black'n'white)board, and perfectly stable also 11 phase VRM, good for 5GHz+ stable overclocking.


Can you elaborate?


Beware! Absolutely rubbish VRM on this board... Just look up a VRM breakdown

XG258Q ROG STRIX 25" 1920X1080 TN FREESYNC 240HZ - £331.09 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Price including delivery Awesome monitor this,,,,, ROG Strix XG258Q is all about speed — making it the perfect monitor for eSports and first-person shooters. This Full HD monitor… Read more
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Thankyou Andy, I did treat myself to this. It may not be for everyone. However if you have a 1080ti etc this will squeeze the etc fps which make a huge difference in battlefield one etc. You can really feel the difference. I was tempted with the Alienware 240hz on here for £249 from very. That one would of been a compromise due to the poor reviews though. This one looks a lot better physically with its red led that shines on your desk etc and is a newer model. I can understand people saying it is not IPS If that existed at this framerate it would be perfect but it does not. I would like to get a bigger IPS 4k monitor sometime to go with it, and will look out for a good deal on here. Right now this is the fastest nicest looking monitor on the planet imho and I cant wait to get it as I have waited a long time to upgrade my 165hz WHQD 27 Predator, which is great for other types of games. Finally as far as IPS goes they look lovely however suffer from screen glow etc where these do not. These can also be calibrated to look virtually identical. Thankyou for reading.


It can even have 1000hz, but we have year 2018, and 1080 TN panels for 350 quid have no reason to exist


Looks good to me, thanks for posting @justhighend4u

ASUS MG279Q ROG 27" 2560X1440 IPS FREESYNC 144HZ £440.69 @ Overclockers
Found 27th AprFound 27th Apr
Great deal considering it is the IPS version and not the TN. £440.69 includes postage. Definitely the sweet spot for gaming right now 1440p@144hz imo.
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Orange/yellow glow in the corners affects all the IPS versions, not TN. I have the TN version.



Do you have an actual source for that? Asking because out of the ones you've listed both Samsung and LG have been panel suppliers for those companies.


You know all of these IPS 27" 1440p 144/165 Hz panels Asus, Acer, AOC are the *same*, they all come form the same OEM.


Oh I'm aware you can return with Amazon Warehouse, I think Warehouse deals are great for most products. Monitors are such potluck buying new, never mind delving into warehouse deals, though. I imagine some details are likely to get missed on the descriptions. All in all the real issue is QC though. It's sad that so many monitors (and TVs too, really, but some of these issues are more forgiving when you're sat further away) are ruined my poor QC on the manufacturers part. In the end it's a game of what issue annoys you least and you settle with that.

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS IX APEX Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £119.99 @ CCL
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Surely a misprice on this model, over £100 cheaper than anywhere else and in stock. Amazon are selling for £233.79 on the exact same motherboard. Even though it's not the current g… Read more

Lots of opinions about this board but, for any novices out there, one thing that doesn't seem to have been mentioned is that this board is an eATX board (Extended ATX Form Factor) which means there is no way this will physically fit in my case and it will be the same for quite a lot of people, so check your case specs before ordering!


Oh, what I'm saying isn't wrong, what you are saying is fairly obtuse.


Indeed thats what i am waiting for running a 6600k at the mo but that is 100% in some games might as well wait it out for intels 8 core and new ryzen


I never said a word about AMD. 8600K is no brainer at the price tag You mentioned. 8350K is great way too, with future upgrade option.


An old chipset and a whole set of new Intel chip security bugs are just about to be disclosed. Buying into Intel for, of all things, a performance rig at the moment - unless you really have to - is not a good decision.

ASUS GL702VM ROG Strix Gaming Laptop (i5,  8gb RAM, GTX1060 6GB, G-Sync IPS) + Mixed Reality Headset (worth £380) £959 - £999, or laptop only after headset return £684 to £725 @ Amazon
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Good mid tier gaming laptop available in 2 screen sizes at 17.3 inches for £999 or 15.6 inches for £959, INCLUDING a VR headset worth £380+. Either HP or Lenovo Mixed Reality Heads… Read more
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Sorry forgot to mention I got this in 15" version not 17" but same specs


So Ive got this laptop eventually and was issued £290 refund for VR headset (HP one). However, Im thinking about returning it due to heating issues, it just runs too hot even with cooling pad. I played pubg at medium settings and cpu temperature was around 85-90 degrees, gpu around 75-80 which surely cant be good in the long run. Had a better look online and could see lot of people complaining about this, there are some solutions that may or may not work but Im not sure its worth the hassle. Id rather pay a bit more and get something with proper cooling. Its shame because on paper this laptop seems great for the price! Oh also it indeed is quite noisy, which isnt really problem for me but may be for some





Managed to get the game code on Chat. Does anyone have the link for redeeming as the details seem to have disappeared from the product page

ASUS GL702VM-GC137T ROG Strix 17.3-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i5-7300HQ, 8 GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Graphics, G-Sync, Windows 10) £944.10 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Powered by Intel’s 7th Generation Processors Dedicated Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 Graphics G-Sync Technology Single Backlit Keyboard Up to 16GB DDR4 Memory
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plus + free games worth of 149 , not bad but this i5 is not enough for GTX 1060 6GB ...


it's been this price since last week Not voting, but these are expected to come down much more in price once the 8th gens are all out would have posted it myself, but it was £999 before, so it;s just £56 off...

Asus ROG Strix GL503VM Hero Edition E-Sports 15.6" Gaming Laptop - £809.10 @ AO
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I've seen this laptop come up a few times but I think this deal is perhaps one of the cheapest yet. It is listed as £899 but by using voucher code WINDOWS10, you can get 10% off. … Read more
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It's a nice laptop. Build quality is great and the overall feel of it is nice, including the keyboard and trackpad. Battery life is poor but that's to be expected with a gaming laptop. Haven't played anything particularly intensive (Fortnite, CSGO, R6S) but it's holding up well with those. Overall I'm happy with my purchase.


That's good to hear. :) Let me know what you think of it, once you have had a play around. Then maybe I should go for it when it is back in stock and to hell with the balls, two kids are more than enough for me anyways. (y)


Just received mine and it says 24 months on the PC itself which is what they go off of when they take it in.


One year according to the Asus UK store.


Anyone know if it's 1 or 2 yr warranty, some sites say 1, some say 2

ASUS GL702ZC-GC098T ROG Strix 17.3-inch Gaming Laptop £699.97 @ Amazon
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Looks great! down from over £1,000 to just £699 now. Temp OOS but can still order. 2-year manufacturer warranty - for added piece of mind Dedicated AMD Radeon RX580 4 GB graphi… Read more
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ditto: Cancelled... anyone got lucky?


Mine got cancelled too, thanks for sharing OP, hopefully some people got it though.


Email has just come through with cancellation unfortunately. I doubt anyone actually got them at this price.


Took them nearly a week to say its a missprice? Even after a load of back and forth emails and phone calls.

ASUS ROG Strix ZX753VD-GC266T 17.3-inch FHD Gaming Laptop with Gaming Backpack and Mouse (Black Metal) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX1050 4GB GDDR5 Graphics, Windows 10) (Used Very Good) £770.03 - Amazon Warehouse
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
ASUS ROG Strix ZX753VD-GC266T 17.3-inch FHD Gaming Laptop with Gaming Backpack and Mouse (Black Metal) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX1050 4GB GDD… Read more

That is a popular misconception. Amazon covers the purchases in line with their "Satisfaction Guarantee" but that is all. Look, they are great with returns and you may be lucky, but I wasn't with two purchases, a camera and a laptop.


Not sure why this is cold (lol)


Amazon warehouse goods come with 1 year warranty.


Not voting but I would not buy something for 770 without a warranty. this only has 30 days option to return. Manufacturers do not honour warranties for Warehouse purchases in general so look out for that and check what Amazon are offering.


What is a "gaming" backpack? Does it have rgb lights on it? It better have or that's false advertising for sure.

ASUS ROG Strix i7-7700 32gb 256GB SSD GTX1080 - £1409 @ Debenhams Plus
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Good price for gaming desktop of this calibre. Additional slots for 2extra SSDs and for liquid cooling. Intel Core i7 7700 ProcessorGeForce GTX 1080 Graphics card32 GB RAM256 GB … Read more
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Star Citizen is a mess It's unoptimized Even if it does use 11gb which is shouldn't You would still have 5gb left of ram, you don't need that much for background Most games only use 5gbs of ram or less for gaming You need 16gb at most currently unless you are using a multi monitor setup and need to use multiple heavy task programs at once


You don’t, but clearly others do, as they’ll be doing more demanding things than you do. When I play Star Citizen, that alone eats around 11GB, then there’s other programs and such I’ll be using, a reason I myself am planning to jump to 32GB.


Nice enough bit of kit ....until the next big thing comes along! XD Heat added.


Yeah my 1080ti struggles to hit 100fps in Minecraft at 720p. Shocking really all things considered.


More like 1440p 60 Hz not worth it. My 1080 Ti struggles to consistently hit 100 fps @ 1440p with max details.

Asus GTX 1080 8GB ROG Graphics Card £599 plus £5.48 postage @ Scan
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
This'll probably get voted cold for obvious reasons. But, these currently sell for around £520-£540 on eBay, used. This is new and with 3 year warranty. Personally, I thought it wo… Read more

Also seeing used 1080s trickle onto eBay now for around 400


The £450 Gigabyte 1070ti on offer currently is WAAAAY better value than this, with 95% of the performance at 75% of the cost. Also, at over £600 I'd be looking for a 1080ti, given there was one for £680 yesterday, and direct from Nvidia Founders Edition models at that same price fairly regularly now. The 1080 is solid at around £500, slightly more for a higher end model. The performance jump to a 1080ti becomes far better value at anything £600 or higher. That's why this is cold.


​ ah yes, the palit. I was looking at those but I've got an Asus mobo and rgb trident ram, the Asus 1080 was the way to go for me, but yeah, cost wise and if you're not bothered by looks, the palit is cheapest non-blower.


Overclockers and CCOnline both have a Pailt dual fan, non-reference card for about £505 - £510. In stock. I think someone else suggested this earlier.


Not much available for under £500 and this card is excellent. Good deal and a good price.

ASUS GX501VS-GZ058T ROG Zephyrus 15.6-Inch Gaming Laptop for £1,999.00 @
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Brand name: ASUS Item Weight: 2.24 Kg Product Dimensions: 26.2 x 37.9 x 1.8 cm Batteries: 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included) Item model number: GX501VS-GZ058T Series: ROG… Read more

That's a weird keyboard layout


I have the 1080 gtx version and its outstanding for the size. It's a 120hz g-sync panel which is perfectly driven by the max-Q card. Great price thanks OP


This model use Max-Q version GPU. Which is slower than standard 1070.


For gaming screen res doesn't matter much, and just tends to drain the battery more. That said, when gaming, you'd probably want to be plugged in anyway.


£2K but not 4K, is bit disappointing

Asus ROG Strix GL553VE-DM292T 15.6-Inch  Gaming Laptop £799.99 Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
ASUS ROG Strix GL553VE-DM292T 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7700HQ Processor, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB Dedicated Graphics, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboar… Read more
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£999.99 now


I ordered this and i must say its fantastic.


I’m in the same boat as you mate, need a new laptop to play fm etc


Just to make u jelly i got a used one for £550 this morning 😁😁😁


Ah, yes, I was forgetting that i5 doesn't have the hyperthreading ability, it's the 8th Gen i5 that will hyperthread, IIRC.

ASUS ROG 15.6 i5 Nvidia GTX 1050 4GB 128GB SSD 1TB 8GB DDR4 £699.99 @ ARGOS
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Not many in stock but good deal if you can get one, specs below: Model number: gl553vd-fy047t CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Core i5 7300hq quad core processor. 2.5GHz … Read more
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Makes no sense and shows a profound misunderstanding of computers in general. Nevermind eh.


The closest Argos store with stock seems to be one store in Scotland which is 439.7 miles from me. Good deal for someone up north.


Fight me now! Or after supper?!?!


That makes no sense.


128gb ssd is the equivalent of having 2gb of ram on your laptop. Repressive.

ASUS GX501VI ROG Zephyrus 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 16GB RAM, 512GB PCIe SDD, FHD 120Hz G-Sync Display, NVidia GTX 1080 8GB, Full RGB UK Keyboard, Windows 10 Home) £2499.99 Amazon
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
The cheapest that I can see this box has ever been! Such a beautiful laptop, just wish I could afford one. I'm sure some of you out there will be able to though! Impossibly thi… Read more

If only people voted with their wallets when buying macbook pros...


Its 2500 for a laptop. Its not a good deal! Vote cold! We demand cheaper laptops! And we shall vote for this with our wallets!


I agree with both you've said. There's little to none occasion when you actually benefit of all your cores, so the difference is marginal for common user (player). Also, I have built-myself i5 3570k with ASRock Extreme4 Z77 and CoolerMaster Hyper 212 Evo, 8GB Corsair Vengeance and Radeon HD 5870 (previous card has burnt while ago, got cheap used one instead). With a bit of interest and cash, I could freely buy GTX 1050ti and OC my i5 for high spec gaming. I just don't need it as I'm not playing much, and if I do, I play on Xbox. Still, any overclockable CPU from old i5 and i7 gen, with proper mobo and cooling, can perform really well with top tier GPUs. You don't even need to get DDR4 memory, as it doesn't normally improve much gaming.


I can’t really comment. I can believe it (the 7th gen) is nearly as good as the 8th as they’ll use 2-4 cores most of the time anyway. I follow it but it’s become pretty stale until now - AMD wasn’t competing and just producing junk and Intel was just making power improvements. My two main machines are still Ivy Bridge generation (3rd) because there’s been no compelling need to upgrade...


I think there is more to it than that; in some tests I was reading a month or so ago, the 7700 was nearly as good as the 8th gen at gaming, but dropped to the bottom of the chart when transcoding or multi tasking; I mean really, REALLY poor scores. I seem to recall the 1st level cache on the new chips is MUCH higher; back to levels not seem since AMD Phenom II chips 10 years ago, and higher than anytrhing Intel have put on a chip before.

ASUS ROG STRIX GL502VS - i7-7700HQ, 16GB DDR4, 256GB M.2 + 1TB HDD, GTX 1070, GSync @
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Looks like a pretty decent deal if you're in the market for a high spec gaming laptop :)Shame the screens not 120hz but you can't have it all I guess... Intel Core i7-7700HQ Qu… Read more

i5 1050 version for £700


Would an external 4k monitor work at 4k resolution on this at 60fps? TIA!


I use a 144hz monitor for gaming right next to another 60hz monitor, the difference is very very noticeable! the 144hz feels smooth and makes the 60hz monitor feel almost laggy


You're just nit picking here... Have you experienced the a monitor above 60hz? The difference is absolutely perceivable by your brain. Going from my Home computer, to using my partners or work computer is massive, it feels like the mouse is moving in slow motion. For pc gaming yes, many prefer frame rate over resolution. When you're playing fps games that rely on 'twitch' movement and reaction speed, a monitor allowing you above 60hz in game to take advantage of the frame rates of your hardware can feel like an advantage in game at times. I've encountered plenty of people who have turned down their resolution to hit a certain 'hz' on their monitor to coincide with what frames their rig is putting out. It's the reason people 'overclock' their monitors too, to get those extra hz.


It is wrong to compare the difference between 30-60 HZ and 60-120Hz. It's what your brain can "see". Above 60Hz the brain cannot perceive the same type of difference as in the other case. Frame rate over resolution? Come on:), the choice is usually hardware related. Also don't confuse the refresh rate with the frame rate. You can have 120 refresh rate but the frame rate lower due to HW...hence 120 useless...

ASUS GL502VS-FY385T ROG Strix 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor, 16 GB RAM, 256GB PCIe SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, G-Sync Windows 10) £1499.97 @ Amazon
Found 19th FebFound 19th Feb
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB 16 GB RAM 256GB PCIe SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ Processor ROG Strix The best price i can find, only 12 left

And how I'm gonna take a desktop, monitor and keyboard with me to work?


2 sold, Amazon increased the price to £1,510.00, another auto reprice software


Lol have fun with battery life




Then buy a desktop

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