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H96 PRO 4K @ 60fps Android box, Amlogic S912 octa core, 3GB DDR3, 16GB, free shipping FROM UK £20.10 at Aliexpress
Found 28th AugFound 28th Aug
I dont know anything about android boxes, but this does seem like a good deal considering the specs. I was pretty surprised that this price is for an item shipped from the UK for … Read more
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I tried standard firmware. It didn't flash. LP firmware did. But it's not the same as what it came with. So I was trying to find the exact same one. I am pretty sure it's LPDDR3 or I'm mistaken somewhere. https://mega.nz/#F!8qhRRaYJ!2ZA3VLjvLT6wg0IwsTF27g


It's DDR3.


Click/click. I quite like the blue light.


Good to hear. Would you post the About details here? I messed up the other day flashing Android and I'm not sure which one was on it originally And if you can screenshot Aida64 system tab would be so grateful


Just got mine, delivered by Yodel.

Cheap Laptop Memory - 4 GB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz 204 Pin Memory - £10 @ CeX
LocalLocalFound 12th MayFound 12th May
Was in CEX today and found 8gb RAM upgrade for my laptop for £20, £10 per 4 GB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz 204 Pin Memory. I know it’s secondhand but it’s some saving from crucial’s £64. … Read more
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Down to £8 and in stock - great deal! HOTTTTTT


Ok...maybe not as qualified as a Dell driver but I've built well over 10,000 PCs and servers, some of which have been or still are in use in some of the most adverse environments in the world, from the top of mountains to military installations. I've seen hundreds of memory-related issues when types have been mixed. The bottom line is if you mix memory you "could" get issues, even today. I'm not saying you will though - there is an important distinction. More fool you if you dispute that.


Define professional? A Dell RTB courier doesn’t quite fit the description. Mixed RAM specs is more likely to cause an issue as it’s using what happened to be laying around. Probably an old poorly stored sore stick or pulled from an inoperable carcass. Even then it’s probably the additional stick might not officially be on the QVL list. Last year Ryzen showed that memory can be finicky. However that was due to poor initial BIOS revisions, not due to the JEDEC standards and protocols.


Does anyone ever buy direct from Crucial? I use it to check I'm ordering the correct RAM.


Picked one up today was hynix 😣

Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet, Open Source Ready) £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Very good router. Lowest price it has ever been new is £99 so a very decent price if you’re looking for a router with plenty of oomph without breaking the bank.

Excellent heat added!! if you guys dont want to wait for few days with amazin at 99.99, get it from ebuyer for same price. https://www.ebuyer.com/744527-linksys-wrt1900acs-ultra-smart-wi-fi-router-ac1900-wrt1900acs-uk


This over MESH?


It doesn't. You need the 3200 version for that. I don't care at the moment.


so this doesn't have MU-MIMO but does that really matter?


Most likely interference. The BT hub isn’t as smart as it says it is, I had a similar issue solved by simply changing the channel in the hub menu manually. Type 192.168.l.254 into a browser and use login info on the back of the router. If you have an Iphone the Apple airport utitility app has a nifty simple trick of checking channels on nearby networks if you have the same channel as one of them it could be the issue. You want to choose a channel that you don’t see as often (or preferably at all) in the list to lessen any interference. There are lots of other ways of checking nearby channels. You may have already tried this step. Hope this helps. Edit: If this doesn’t work then I recommend a full factory reset and if no joy it is probably a hardware issue.

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Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 - Red - 1866Mhz £101.49 @ Maplin
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Been hunting around for deals on Maplin's closing down sale and came across this it's actually the best price i've seen on this type of ram. Plus it will come in handy in a older … Read more

Yes they do. .. but my reply was aimed at miners and the price hikes on gfx cards..


They did but due to there overstock on everything and reluctance to lower prices they are STILL closing down


Did Maplin not go bust?


Just posted a deal for Corsair LPX 16GB at pretty much this price. Best I could find after the patriot ram got cancelled. In stock too! https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/corsair-vengeance-lpx-16gb-2x-8gb-3000mhz-ddr4-10298-amazoncouk-2928127


I thought computers also needed ram. :p

ACEPC AK1 Mini PC  -  EU PLUG  BLACK 222750803 Intel Celeron J3455 Windows10 4GB DDR3 + 32GB eMMC 1000M LAN BT4.0 £109.53 @ Gearbest
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Having bought one of these some time ago at a higher price this seems a bit of a bargain. Same one on Amazon £189.99. Only 72 left at time of posting. Brand: ACEPC M… Read more

All of those uses would be possible.


Lego CRYSIS at 120x90


Perfect for a HyperSpin machine


just a headsup : I have just this morning opened up a ticket with Gearbest on a very similar item (7 months old) for any repair YOU have to pay to ship it back to China. Will see how it goes. :| these are good media players web browsing , general low level stuff it will even play CRYSIS at 120x90


Vorke V1 Plus supports one HDMI & 1 VGA simultaneously

Binai G10Max 4G Phablet MTK6769 Deca Core 10.1" IPS 2.5K Screen 2560*1600 3GB DDR3L 32GB eMMC Android 7.1 - Gold £123.89 @ Geekbuying
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Description Reviews Q&A Highlights Android 7.1 OS The Latest system makes you work and entertain with more excellent interface, compatibility and running effect. CPU: M… Read more
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The real one has an MTK6797. The implicit 6769 said to be in this makes it a high risk buy.


Also mentions two resolutions 2560×1600 and 1920 1200 :/


Not bad spec but would be nervous spending this much on an unbranded device


CPU: MTK6769, Deca Core,up to 2.6GHz Ultra-low-voltage platform and Octa-core processing provide Octa / Deca ... which one is it ? Not that it makes much difference being a mediatek CPU ..

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Teclast T8 Tablet MediaTek MT8176 Q Hexa-core 2.1GHz 8.4 Inch 2560x1600 IPS 4GB RAM DDR3L 64GB ROM eMMC WIFI Android 7.0 - White/Gold - £153.04 @ Geekbuying
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Teclast T8Tablet come with MediaTek MT8176 Hexa Core 1.7GHz up to 2.1 CPU processor and GX6250 graphics. Adopt Android 7.0 System. The 8.4 inch 2560*1600 Resolution IPS Capacitive … Read more
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I have updated it as it should first thing when i power it on. No problem for me :D


Mines playing up since the ota upgrade. Google play services won't update. Have u had that?


Ive the fire hd 10 is this a worth the upgrade?


You might prefer this Design looking like Samsung Galaxy phone of course :) the other does not have home physical button !!!


I've got T10 for a bit less 1 month ago from Gearbest.. i dont think this could be a good deal at all. All works perfect. super fast tablet. like this one of course the only thing is that this is 8'' :)

BUDGET BUILD: i3-3220, 4GB (DDR3) RAM, 320GB HDD, Win7. £59.99 @ ebay - refurbedit
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
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Thanks mate


You can easily run it on an i3. As I said above, I'm running it on a Raspberry Pi 3. Just bear in mind the newer gen will be more power efficient.


Can anyone please advise if an I3 processor or i5 could be ok for PLEX server? There are so many generations of above to choose it’s hard to know where to begin. Would an I5 generation 3 or 4 do? Or an I3 generation 3 / 4 / 5 / 6 do?


Sorry for the late reply, most good fan brands get their fans tested by various people; do a search for low noise fans, and you will find a lot of sites that review and rate them; often divided into sizes and price bands as well. Noctua make some of the best quiet fans, also very reliable, although not the cheapest. You have to balance how much air they move (CFM), against noise (dbl), and RPM. High RPM usually means more noise, but if it is a high CFM, you can run usually it at 50% and it can be very quiet, and yet still push more air than some of the "silent" fans.


Is there a way of knowing how quiet a fan is before testing? My current desktop sounds like a 747, but unsure what to replace it with?

ACEPC AK1 Mini PC - Gearbest £109.68 Flash sale
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Mini PC,Intel Celeron Apollo Lake J3455 Windows 10 Desktop PC 4GB DDR3 32GB EMMC / Dual-band wifi / Expansion Hard Disk / 1000M Gigabit Ethernet / Bluetooth 4.0 / Type-C/HDMI 4K Mi… Read more

Hi Reddit,is there a similiar product you could point me to that would serve as a replacement for an old Acer small footprint pc which I mainly use for streaming movies etc,and i just prefer the Win 10 os rather than Android,cheers,Chris


Interesting you mention because I got one through a deal you posted a while back and I have to say I'm quite pleased with it. I use it as a Plex Server with 2 external HDs in Raid 1 connected via USB. I obviously don't push it too much so that's probably where the difference is but I'm happy I got it.


Had one of these and it wasn't very good. Overheated due to poor design that requires a hardware mod to fix and SATA port was not very fast. Manufacturer support is also almost non existent. With Gemini Lake boxes being introduced, Apollo lakes will plummet much further than this.

Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR3 Kit for £84.97 [Currys]
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
Hello Community! ;) at Currys PC World you get the 16GB DDR Corsair Vengeance Kit for the price of £84,97 Idealo: £126,28€ Outstanding performance at an attractive price … Read more

I took the plunge and purchased 2 x 4GB DDR3 from CEX, cost £21.50, as one i ordered off their website, one i had on a local shop, excellent price cheaper than Ebay. Seems to work well so far. And you get a 2 year warranty.


I bought a couple of packs of this when it was posted at £90 and running great on an i7-3930K (hex core i7 at 4.2Ghz, no slouch), I was looked at Cex or ebay but the difficulty with ram is that it can be easy to damage it by mishandling but also faulty ram can be a pain to diagnose as the machine may just randomly BSOD, it needs work with memtest to thoroughly test it. Although this isn't the outright cheapest way to get DDR3 ram, I think it's a great price for memory with a proper warranty.


Ive a GIGABYTE GA-MA74GMT-S2 motherboard, does it make much difference what DDR3 1333mhz Ram i buy? I see they do 2 types in CEX, 4 GB PC12800 DDR3 1600MHz 240 Pin Memory and 4 GB PC10600 DDR3 1333MHz 240 Pin Memory. I was going to buy 2 x 4gb today, any idea? Does it make much difference which one i buy? Thanks


Which has no bearing on this deal as DDR3 is still used in very many systems.


SD-RAM must be free by now!

Biostar Intel Kaby Lake H110MHV3 V7 MicroATX Motherboard with DDR3L memory support at Scan for £40.99
Found 23rd FebFound 23rd Feb
Due to the huge price increases for DDR4 memory I thought this Biostar mATX motherboard could be of interest to those wanting to build a budget PC as it will take cheaper DDR3L (lo… Read more
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Scan price has now dropped to only £32.48.


If anyone has seen any 1151 ddr3 motherboards with 4 ram slots, kindly let me know...just looking for an excuse not to buy ddr4!


Micro ATX by the description and a quick look at the thumbnail.


Would this not be ideal for someone who likes to buy the previous generation? I'm still running a 7200 C2duo with 4gb ddr2 ram in Win10 for basic browsing and word processing. This seems to be a decent step up whilst avoiding the pricy ddr4 route.


Isn't this an ITX board

Used 4gb DDR3 1866MHz ram £18 instore @ CEX
Found 22nd FebFound 22nd Feb
Pretty good deal if you want some ram. In the Sheffield store there was some Corsair vengeance for a cheap price compared to online. Online and in store prices may vary but most of… Read more
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See my reply above


Pro tip: if something doesn’t work, and they can’t test it, they are obligated to refund or replace in full with a working item. It’s part of UK trading law.


My comment wasn’t directed at anyone in particular, I was just saying there is better ram available for not much more in cost from budget component producers. DDR3 is very outdated so anyone buying this with a DDR4 rig would be stupid. Also £18 for an old manky chip is not a good deal. £22.99 for a 4GB DDR4 is.


Just had bad experience with CEX. Bought 2 modules of RAM(good price) but one was bad. Went back to the store and they told me that I can only get a voucher to buy something else or to get another module, which they didn't have. But if I get another module I can't return it anymore. They told me I could purchase online but delivery would cost me the price of RAM itself. I'm absolutely sure they didn't test the RAM. They are selling 10600/12600 for desktop PC according their labels, but most of the DIMMs were R or E (registered, buffered, server or workstation compatible only). They agreed to test it in the shop and told me to come back in 10 minutes. I stayed in shop and just watched what's going on. Their tester was some reaaaaly slow guy. He "tested" some graphics card for over 20 minutes - test was: 5 minutes unscrewing and old VC, 5 minutes trying to put the new one(flashing with phone as it's quite dark), another 5 screwing the new one, 2 minutes to boot the system and to see it's working??? and another 5 to unscrew it. They don't test anything. So I was watching at my bad memory laying around, tester was preparing to "test" another VC and I told the guy who ask me to come in 10 what's with my memory. He asked the fast guy and he replayed something, took the memory, look at it and return it back over the note they give with it and wrote PASS, working. The seller called me(I'm watching all) and told me the memory is working. I told him that I was there all the time and tester didn't put it into the machine and he just wrote PASS. Then they told me - if it's here they tested it (somewhere), and in their shop they don't have proper PC to test it. TL;DR CEX sold me bad memory that I could return only for a voucher and if I get another memory(that also could be bad), I can't return it the second time.


I think Its a mixture of 0 hour contracts and poor staff turnover that result in such poor service that makes em not give a hell, in my local store every 1-3 weeks there will be almost a new crew of staff all the time, there are a few older workers who are nice enough (maybe they have accepted their fates? :/ ) but for the general worker being on 0-8 hours a week on minimum wage having to serve almost non-stop, I can understand why their so dead eyed. Atleast they can wear their own clothes...which most of the time looks scruffy... Also I agree with your stance on purchases, I bought a wii and 4 controllers and 4 nunchucks, the console and 2 controllers were the only thing that worked, since then I only buy games and dvds to build the collection.

Team Vulcan DDR3 2400mhz 8GB Ram Kit - £59.99 @ Overclockers
Found 20th FebFound 20th Feb
Seems a good price for fast 8GB DDR3 kit. Next best price I can see is nearly £70. Given the current state of the aftermarket PC marker this doesnt seem too bad. Hopefully this … Read more



I was tired. 6GB


you can't have scoured hard enough, its on av forums since last week when i first found it :)


Typical. I've been scouring selling forums looking for that exact same ram setup.


just found 8Gb of the corsair vangence 2400 in a draw, paid premium for that and only used it for a week as 8Gb wasn't enough working with VMs, this is about same price i paid 2 years ago tho :)

CORSAIR Vengeance LP Black DDR3 - 8GB x 2 - £84.97 @ PC World
Found 5th FebFound 5th Feb
2 sticks of CORSAIR Vengeance LP Black DDR3 1600 MHz PC RAM - 8 GB x 2. Whilst stocks last. Total savings of £40.02.
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He might be a peasant but I can't say what you are or I would get banned.


Yeah, when I first started using a PC in 1997/8, I can remember being told that it was roughly £1 per MB after earthquakes in the major RAM manufacturing region of the far east. That would be a whopping £16,000ish, would it not for 16GB of RAM that is common place in most desktops these days? (shock) I dare say laptop RAM would have been even more expensive.


Hahahahahahahaha, kinda depends on how far back you're going really?. After all, 100MB RAM Sticks back in 1995/1996 sort of time, were the best part of £120+ at least?!. :-( Lol.


Whys DDR3 still so high I expect this of DDR4 but not this


Thanks for letting us know.

2x 8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR3 1600MHz £89.97 at Curry's instore
LocalLocalFound 4th FebFound 4th Feb
Lots in stock in my area, just picked some up.
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Like Stimpington said - RAM is an extremely low risk purchase, easily tested, and eBay will protect you if you receive a faulty item. This is not like buying a used motherboard or PSU where potential issues may be non-evident and/or ruin your whole rig. I too think this is a good deal for new RAM, though (which is why I upvoted it).


Used from eBay, 100% represents the probability that you will get a full refund if the item arrives broken or fails within 30 days of purchase. Brand New, 100% is the guarantee you will get a refund or replacement within 12 months. Neither option offers 100% guarantee that the item will work on arrival. If you like to gamble high and live dangerously on eBay you can do better than RAM sticks, which as a general rule have decent longevity and are physically more robust compared to graphics cards, HDDs etc, therefore far less prone to damage during transit/extraction from a motherboard. So, if the RAM works when it arrives, chances are it will work 12 months later. But everything's a roll of the dice..


Yeah but the big word there is “used” not new like the advert is. Does used come with a warranty and can you tell me that it’s going to work 100%


Twice the RAM? Once the RAM. (nerd)


I know, I upgraded my PC a couple of years ago for VR but decided against putting more ram in at the time as it was running fine without it. Boy do i regret that choice now as it would have been much cheaper. Oh well, hindsight is wonderful and all that. Picked up a couple of packs of this ram and now appears to be running fine in my PC. John

Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6 GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet) @ Amazon
Found 3rd FebFound 3rd Feb
Very fast and stable router. LEDE is supported which I recommend flashing on it.

Are you protected if you are running VPN on your desktop/laptop etc?


Look into BT Whole Home WiFi as the other poster said, I've just bought a set and they're fantastic, no more dead spots for me.


Usually dispatched within 2 to 4 weeks.


Then I recommend you to look at mesh wifi networks for eg. BT Whole Home Wi-Fi, Google Wifi, Netgear Orbi They are pricey but will solve any wifi issues you have at home


from a wifi point of view, i use a homehub5 and have many dead spots, would this be much of an improvement or how would you find out bt for instance are saying hh6 has better wifi range but reviews say otherwise so although id love a better wifi range, its a lot to spend on whim, the other features are too geeky for me, its purely wifi range im interested in

Corsair CML8GX3M2A2133C11B Vengeance Low Profile 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 2133 Mhz CL11 XMP Performance Desktop Memory Kit Blue - was £58.39 now £23.87 @ Amazon
Found 22nd JanFound 22nd Jan
Corsair Vengeance DDR3 memory modules are designed with overclockers in mind. Vengeance DIMMs are built using RAM specially selected for their high-performance potential. Aluminum … Read more

Had a cancellation email as well, it's the 4th in a row, This is beginning to be a plague, i wouldn`t be surprised if they are doing it on purpose just for click bait, where are the trading authority to slap them with a fine


Had mine cancelled, 2nd item cancelled by Amazon in 2 days. They are getting bad at this now.


Hello, I've cancelled and can see that your the Corsair CML8GX3M2A2133C11B Vengeance Low Profile 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3 2133 Mhz CL11 XMP Performance Desktop Memory Kit Blue  from your order is cancelled due to some pricing error and you haven’t been charged for it. We are writing to inform you that the price for the item was displayed incorrectly at the time you placed your order. Despite our best efforts, with the millions of items available on our website, pricing errors can occasionally occur. Where an item's correct price is higher than our stated price, we will cancel the order and notify you of that cancellation. If you still wish to purchase this item, please place a new order online which will be charged at the correct price, when we dispatch it to you. Please accept our sincere apologies for the inconvenience caused by this error.


hard luck makes the pain of missing out by 10 mins quite bearable :)


Cancelled :(

Dell Latitude E7240, Intel Core i5 4300U Refurb, 1.9GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 128GB SSD,12.5" HD, Windows 10 - £226.56 at  Gigarefurb
Found 17th JanFound 17th Jan
Dell Latitude E7240, Intel Core i5 4300U, 1.9GHz, 8GB DDR3 RAM, 128GB SSD,12.5” HD, Windows 10 Refurbished Previously i have bought from them Cosmetic condition is very nice Top… Read more
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Looks to be £283 now


I'm having problems with mine as I can't get chrome to run on it, I get the message "you'll need a new app to open this ms-wpc". Any ideas?


So the replacement finally arrived a couple of days ago. It was swapped out at no cost to use after sending some pictures and a description. The replacement is in a different league and is what I would consider to be grade 1 and is like the pictures above, including the PSU. There is one thing to note which no one has mentioned before and that is they put a sticker on the lid of the case which makes it look in much better condition. I have no idea how bad it is under the sticker but i can imagine how bad the first one must have been. What concerns me is that the sticker is obvisouly going to wear and scratch easily and start coming off. overall though I can accept that given the good condition of the rest of it.


I will update this when the replacement comes.


Delighted with mine. One tiny ding on one of the corners but apart from that you wouldn't know it was used / refurb. Mine even has 2 months manufacture warranty left on it, which I didn't expect. For the money, the spec is fantastic, and perfect as a torrent / occasional streaming machine, which is all it will be used for.

Intel Core i5 2.3Ghz 21.5" HD All in One 256GB SSD, 8GB DDR3, Windows 10 HDMI (A- Grade Refurbished) - £121.50 using code (£134.99 before code) @ ITZOO
Found 16th JanFound 16th Jan
Use code FORNEWCUSTOMER for £121.50 delivered. Might not be many in stock - these go pretty quick Grade: A- Grade Refurbished Minor scratches to Case Brand & Model: Ge… Read more
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How many are returned and how easy to arrange .


Anything having problems with getting USB 3 speeds? Pretty sure there are USB 3 ports because of the blue slots but can't find USB3 host controller in the device manager. Tried to search for new drivers/delete existing so that Windows will locate new ones but to no avail. The Intel 5 /C200 Series doesn't have native support for USB3 so I have find third party drivers if I can work out what make it is.


Thanks for this! Would never have guessed myself. Glad to see there's space for 2.5'' drive inside so i've installed an SSD there and currently cloning the existing drive over. Also looks like it's a standard processor and not soldered to the board. Will have to look into upgrading at some point. CPU-Z stated a free dimm slot but that isn't the case. Only 1 on the board. But there's a mini pci-e card slot free so going to add in a wifi/bt card once it arrives. Hopefully the SSD fixes the issue i've been having because it's a lovely machine otherwise.


Magnets! No wonder it's not obvious....didn't try just pulling it apart! Mine has gone back today...


Front panel is held down with strong magnets.

Prebuilt Gaming PC AMD FX-8300, GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB DDR3 1600Mhz, 1TB HDD, No OS - £499.94 @ AWD-IT
Found 15th JanFound 15th Jan
Most pre-builds are a rip-off, but some insist on getting them. I think this is OK for the price. Seems to come with a good 3 year warranty. The CPU is tier 2. The GPU is a good… Read more

You are correct. The FX-8320 does bottleneck a GTX1060 3GB. Two of my friends own this combo and we tested in 5 games we play together. Best example: GW2, max settings, town area (a lot of players). FX-8320=20fps, and my i7-4790K=54fps. Same location in games, same settings, same gpu. You can't even call this cpu a gaming cpu.


FX-8320 is worse than a Pentium G4560. Pass.


Feel bad with some of it lol. Picked up a Benq 23" LED 1080p monitor for a tenner off a guy on facebook. Noones interested in monitors after laptops and tablets took over, always tons of them for sale for buttons


This is very obviously a PC built from old stock with a 1060 shoved in, I'm a fan of AMD FX chips - at the right price, but this isn't it. My son's FX 8320 is already a bottleneck for the 280x he has in some games, I doubt the 1060 in this will be able to reach its full performance in running on such an old chip - remember that the FX 8300 in this "new" PC was manufactured 5-6 years ago! If you must have a prebuilt wait for the right deal with a Ryzen or recent Intel CPU, or ask around friends and family to see if anyone can help you with building one from scratch.


i3 8100, windforce 1060 3gb, 8gb 2400mhz ddr4, better case, psu and hdd for £586. Have to build it yourself and wait for parts, but should be a lot better system, low end pcs are rubbish to buy anyway, need to be upgraded soon and the step up to better parts is quite cheap in retrospect.

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