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VORKE V5 Plus Licensed Windows 10 Intel Kabylake 3865U 4GB DDR4 RAM 64GB SSD Mini PC HDMI+DP AC WIFI £147.70 Delivered @ Geekbuying
19/07/2018Expires on 19/07/2018Found 15 h, 31 m agoFound 15 h, 31 m ago
Seems a decent price for the spec of this little portable PC. Spec seems okay given the size, and would be perfect little project if you wanted to hide it behind a TV, or in a bedr… Read more
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Better get Intel NUC with CPU J5005. https://www.cpubenchmark.net/compare/Intel-Pentium-Silver-J5005-vs-Intel-Celeron-3865U/3144vs3034


Any good for a PLEX server?


Not for my 85 year old Grandma (cheeky)


No, but Crysis is fine.


Can you send me a similar priced model with better specs?

Ballistix Sport LT 8 GB DDR4 2666MHz (White/Grey/Red) - £68.99 @ Amazon (Delivered)
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
Cheapest price I could find for an 8GB DRR4 stick. Buying 2 would allow you to get dual channel memory, getting you 16GB ram for the price of £138! Designed for performance enth… Read more

Slightly faster than the grey ballistix 16gb dual rank set I ordered earlier so cancelled that and ordered this white version. (y)


Upvoted also check the warehouse deals, got 16gb of Corsair Vengeance 3000mhz ram last week for £120.


It's ok RAM Unless you're heavily overclocking most ram is just about the same


cold.. why? Nice memory, good price for DDR4 RN


Not installed mine yet, good reviews tho.

Ballistix Sport LT BLS4G4D240FSE 4 GB (DDR4, 2400 MT/s, PC4-19200, SR x8, DIMM, 288-Pin) £34.99 @ Amazon
Found 21st JunFound 21st Jun
looks a great price for those whomjust want to stick 4gb in. Dual 8gb x1 for £69 https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UFBZOVE/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_tai_GU3kBb
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Is this any good for mining? Is it good in this build? https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B073ZMZV6K/ref=ox_sc_act_title_3?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01MYTY55V/ref=ox_sc_act_title_4?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1 https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B078WYRR9S/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A3P5ROKL5A1OLE&psc=1 Thank you


Worth keeping an eye on Amazon warehouse - got 16gb stick of this for £110 last week, looks like it's never been opened.


It's just that manufacturers like to sell you 'matched sets' that are guaranteed to work together in dual channel mode but there's nothing special about them. Fairly sure most of us just buy two similar model sticks and plug them in, I've never had a problem doing it that way.


Oh great, now I have to google that! I think I've found the sweet spot from Ballistix if you're interested in 16gb (which I am). The grey version, x2 8gb dual rank. https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00UFBZOJQ/ref=cm_sw_r_sms_tai_GU3kBb?tag=22&th=1 works out only slightly more expensive than x2 single 8gb dual rank and is probably a matched set, so will be guaranteed to play nice. The red version doesn't carry the same discount. The white version is the same price but faster, bought that instead.


Good if you are building a calculator. Or a doorbell.

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X99 SOC CHAMPION INTEL X99 (SOCKET 2011) DDR4 EATX MOTHERBOARD - £100 at  Overclockers
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Listed as B-Grade on OcUK. Given that the stock is around 5, it may well be new. Very good price for this board. SPECIFICATION:CPU- Support for Intel® Core" i7 processors in th… Read more

Woo, this should go nicely with my 5820K. If you're interested check Hardware Unboxed video of this CPU and you might be surprised how close it is to the 8700K.


Really old? It's last generation! It still takes current technology.


Yes but it still holds up well, shows how little progress Intel have made over the past few years


This is a really old board


Hmm, I have a new unused one I was going to let go around that price. Maybe it's worth more?


WIn 10 Home sounds like a good incentive. Problem is, they don't say what the odds are or where the homes are.


i5-7300hq = 4Cores & 4Threads i7HQ = 4Cores & 8Threads...


German keyboard layout too


CPU is quad core, it’s decent


CPU is too weak for this price

G.Skill Ripjaws V 8GB 2x4GB DDR4 3200MHz (Amazon Spain) - £63.74
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
It is showing that it is currently out of stock but says they will ship when its available. Sold by amazon spain

Better watch out for the Spanish Armada on your way and even worse; Johnny Depp on a lilo dressed as a pirate.


Youll have to ship it yourself to spain if you have a problem


Decent price given current market, heat added


I have had that a few times but on the other hand I have eventually got some stuff arrive so it's hit and miss.


Amazon are pretty bad for this. I had a 16gb Patriot kit on order for about three months and they just emailed me to say sorry there was not going to be any new stock. I've seen a few deals like this recently and all end with no stock.

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G.Skill Flare X 32GB Kit DDR4 2400MHz RAM £209.97 Ebuyer
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Back in stock from a while ago.
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Ryzen Gen 1 on Crosshair VI Hero, using Hynix/Micron RAM IC, Corsair/Crucial 2400MHz kits, even 2666MHz would have an error or 2 in >2hrs of HCI Memtest. So I just thought for that amount of gain is it worth time/£ on elec. On the other hand I own 3 kits of G.Skill RAM with Samsung B die IC. It just expands like a rubber band on CPU sample with good IMC plus tweaking of UEFI settings. I have currently F4-3200C14D-16GTZ, F4-3200C14Q-32GVK and F4-3200C14Q-32GTZSW. All "react" similarly for OC headroom, all reach 3466MHz, max I've had is ~3520MHz. All testing is Ryzen gen 1, Threadripper gen 1 and Ryzen gen 2. On Intel Samsung B die reaches far nicer speeds with lower VDIMM, seems their IMC/developed state of platform is greater.


I mean, you say 'it doesn't make much difference' but it does. http://www.legitreviews.com/ddr4-memory-scaling-performance-with-ryzen-7-2700x-on-the-amd-x470-platform_205154 And yes, this specific game shows that you are above 60 fps, but there are other examples. http://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/amd_ryzen_7_memory_and_tweaking_analysis_review,10.html Here's a 1080 and we're starting to see the 1080 approaching 70s in some games! The 1060 is surely below 60 FPS in those games at 'ultra' settings at 1080p. I'm not going to mention the 'f' word here, but we are talking 15-25% performance between 2400 and 3200 (with a sliding gradient between them).


Oh well. I was only thinking like somebody had a big creativity rig and just wanted to get to 2666 or 2800 for an rx or 1060 , to this day many people dont realise with a 1080p/60 type card higher than that makes little difference.


IIRC those would be a Hynix variant, which aren't that great on OC front from what I have read.


Gone. I would have been interested in the O/C potential of that kit actually.

Dell Inspiron 15 5000 - 8th Generation Intel Core i7-8550U Processor - 16GB DDR4 RAM - 512GB SSD £749 at Dell
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
Found this on the dell store. Seems like a very good deal to me. Would like opinions on this. With 512GB SSD and 16GB RAM also with 8th gen i7 processor at that price seems like a … Read more

Your specs are not as OP's. His got 16GB of Ram and 512 Gb SSD. Sure your price would be cheaper. Compare items with same specs. And about Outlet many people over here shared their bad experience. Wrong/ damaged/ not working/ not lasting long items and bad CS with long waiting times.


I've bought over 10 laptops from dell outlet, 7 were actually built to order and the others were clearly never used. They have 2 condition categories: "scratch and dent" and "refurbished". Choose refurbished and they all seem to be over production or cancelled orders. Essentially, dell make profit from volume discounts they receive from Intel, amd etc. And so they would rather over produce than not get the discount


Very good price for the specs. Heat added


Ofc for the price it’ll be a refurb,i have used dell outlet on a number of occasions and all laptops arrived in as brand new condition,if not then pristine,absolutely pristine.. the comments from dell outlet laptop deals here i have seen were all positive.. pretty much everyone says its just like brand new


Cheers pal, appreciate it. It is a refurb though, but still pretty good

DDR4 LPX CORSAIR VENGEANCE 4500MHZ - £330 delivered @ Amazon Germany
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Grab it while its hot i wasnt gonna post but had an unhelpfull chat with amazon about an order soooo go hammo dealers!
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Is this a full pc or just the RAM?


do it properly and go the who hog. its only £170 extra for a whopping 100mhz increase (lol) https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/product/2cQRsY/corsair-vengeance-lpx-16gb-2-x-8gb-ddr4-4600-memory-cmk16gx4m2f4600c19


I wouldn't see it as being duped. Also this should last long into the future while ddr4 3000-3600 isn't as future proofed. Not only that but i doubt a new comer is going to look at spending this much money on components they can clearly see they can get for well cheaper. And if they're going to spend this kind of money you'd expect them to look into it before purchasing, there are plenty of forums and videos on the topic. On the other hand yes, i do also get where you are coming from, the comments may help someone who has no idea what they're doing understand what they're looking at and why they may not want to buy it even thought there's a big price reduction.


it is very clear, it does say SCHWARZ and 2x8


But you said why are you on this page!?! So people shouldn't discuss why RAM this speed is generally considered by most of the gaming/overclocking community as overpriced and unnecessary? If I knew nothing about the gaming scene and just saw a big price drop on some ram with big numbers I may be duped into buying. If I came in here I'd be thankful I did so I could read the comments saying that there is little to be gained spending over the odds for ram, even if it was a deal. I don't think you understand the point of this website. Dont take it so personal

Crucial Ballistix Elite 16 GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory Kit - Black £140 @ Amazon UK
Found 1st JunFound 1st Jun
Seems like a good price for 3000MHz DDR4 at the moment.
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ahh the year i build my first PC. 8gb Ram for under £30 pound... but 2016 is the cheapest i think


Just pop back to 2012 if you want 16GB of cheap RAM


Thanks OP, ordered one as I'm upgrading my mobo/cpu/ram


There was 13 in stock when I posted, must have all been sold now as you can only order from Amazon US. Expiring the deal now...


Back-ordered. Due in stock June 14 -- order now to reserve yours........................here we go again...........

Crucial Ballistix Sport 16GB DDR4-2400 [Amazon.fr] - £120.80
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Price includes shipping and based on Amazon EU-GBP conversion rate. There is also the Dual-Kit (2x 8GB) available for slightly less.

Heat sinks on ram are a gimmick nothing nore


Cheapest heat spreaders I've ever found on any ram Basically just a sticker Bought an 8gb stick and will never buy another


Download Memtest, install it on a USB drive (or burn a CD if you feel like pretending it's the turn of the century!), and then boot your PC from it - testing will start automatically. You'll need to let it run multiple passes (which it will do by default) as some errors won't show up with a single pass. If you see errors you can stop at that point as there shouldn't be any, however you then need to determine if it is a single stick, multiple sticks or the motherboard slots that has problems - this means testing each stick one at a time, in different slots if necessary. Depending on the amount of RAM and CPU you have this can take a while - 4 passes of my replacement 32Gb on a 4-core Core i7 took 6.5 hours to complete.


How do you check for ram errors?


Good price, considering RAM prices have gone insane over the past year. Recently discovered errors in my RAM (which I got replaced under warranty), and was shocked to see how much it had increased - I have 32Gb, which cost less than this when I bought it 2 years ago, but that would now cost 3 times this much!

Dell Inspiron 15-7000, Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ, GeForce GTX 1050 Ti, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 1TB HDD & 128GB SSD, 15.6 inch IPS FHD gaming laptop £779.99 with code @ Very
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
just ordered this for my lad for uni, what do you think? can always send it back if I can get better for the price

Is 1050ti good for gaming, decent fps at high settings? Been away from PC gaming for a while, got a few old games to get back in to. Wouldn't say I'll be playing the latest games really, tend to wait till they come down in price


Good deal 🔥


You get 12 months as standard warranty


The check out option is No service guaranteed 3 yr at £129 4yrs at £149 I want to ask if i select no service guaranteed does it include a year or totally nothing? What happens if something happen within a month?


I have this in your link and think its a better deal. You can design out the crappy TN by replacement or plugging in an external display. With the 1050Ti in the dell, your stuck with it. i5/1060>i7/1050Ti in my book.

Dell Inspiron 15-5000 Series, Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor, 8Gb DDR4 RAM, 1Tb Hard Drive, 15.6 inch Full HD Laptop - Silver £449.99 Using Code @ Very free Click&Collect (or £3.99 delivery).
Found 27th MayFound 27th May
DELL Inspiron 15 5570 15.6" Laptop. Use code MQPMT 12 months 0% BNPL Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD Full HD display Battery life:… Read more

Does anyone have more information on this code? An email they can forward perhaps? I ordered and have received a laptop. Noticed today no action (ie discounts) have been applied. Just had a long live chat session and was told the code is not recognised, was not applied to my order (despite getting no errors to say so) and is non refundable under their "home approval guarantee" Edit. Never mind, just found these in Google cache. I'm aware it may not be credited by 12/07 but that is past the 30 day return threshold so if it doesn't show, I'm stuck with it. So I called them and told them I have screenshots and a cached copy of the site, they still don't believe me and cant see the code on their system. There's no way of me showing this to them as they can't accept incoming mail. Apparently someone will be calling me tomorrow to discuss. I don't hold out much hope. Anyone that has used this code, I suggest you confirm it applied ASAP and be ready with these images.


Anyone recommend a 13 inch screen laptop for around £350 ?


Yes I have and I've done as someone else suggested and installed an m.2 250gb ssd. I timed the boot cycle from Windows, reboot and back into Windows before and after the ssd, it went from 2 mins 34 secs down to 31 seconds cycle with the ssd. The laptop overall seems great, good build quality and good spec. I must note I won't need any decent gpu for video etc so the on board doesn't bother me.


Decent laptop however disappointed by the screen, didn't like it at all.


Anyone taken delivery of this laptop yet? If so, what do you think of it? Really considering getting it.

Geil 16GB DDR4-2400 £110.14 @ Amazon Germany
Shipping from DEShipping from GermanyFound 20th MayFound 20th May
16GB (4 x 4GB) of DDR4-2400 memory Geil is not the most premium brand but for this price should be OK at rated speed or maybe 2666 Not currently available but available to order … Read more
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God damn is one decent stick of 8gb too much to ask for? Got 8 in there, want 8 more not a faff about jolly jaunt poo pants balls crap


Some CPUs don't play well with 4 sticks, particularly the Ryzen 2200g and 2400g. This isn't that great of deal and it's not that great of product.


Actually, DDR2133 is bottom of the barrel and to be honest, this will probably run at 2666 without an issue. 4x4Gb should also be OK, given that 16GB for the next few years (at least until DDR5 becomes mainstream) should be more than sufficient. All things considered, its not a bad set to go for £110.


Don't think it's that bad personally. Provided you have a 4 slot motherboard, which admittedly seem rare at the low end sadly, you can enjoy all 16GB of it, which is still comfortably enough for any game and most other tasks. Latency and to a lesser extent speed don't make much real world difference, especially considering DDR3 to 4 in general is considered a minor bump overall. I have owned Geil DDR3 in the past without issue, so doubt they are as bad as the doom mongerors are saying....


Fair enough :-)

refurb Dell Inspiron 5570, Core i5-8250U, 8GB DDR4, 4GB DDR5 gfx, 256GB SSD, FHD. £426 @ Dell Outlet
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Looks a decent laptop at a decent price, latest gen processor and dedicated graphics with SSD should handle MS office and a few games, 5 in stock at time of posting. Inspiron 15… Read more
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could you tell us how you were able to get the option for rescheduling the delivery? I only got the Syncreon tracking link and dont have the UKMAIL link.


Thanks for getting back. One the same spec was on the Outlet this week for £409 including VAT. I did not bite as I was still researching. I have come to the conclusion that most laptops today are very unreliable in that they all have something wrong - weak battery, loud fan noise, dim screen, etc. It seems to be the same whether you spend £400 or whether you spend £1500 - you just get more expensive angst with the latter. So I think the idea of one of these attached to a decent monitor to use as a desktop and have some portability if needed is a good plan. I think Dell, Lenovo, HP, etc, are taking the mick now re their prices, especially as there is 'Dell Hell' when it comes to those very expensive XPS models. Thanks again. Enjoy your laptop.


Hi sorry for delay! I have decided to keep the laptop, I know I'm not going to get anything near this spec for the price and am getting over the screen issues. HD Netflix streaming has been good and even the speakers sufficient. As I'm also going to dock this to use as my PC it's saved me a fair amount in the long run


Thanks for the info. Yes, the screen is often the criticism of them. I have seen quite a few Dells with dim screeens or look as if they have a veil over them though. I saw a £1100 Dell gaming laptop with a very dull screen in Currys last month. I think it is also fair to say that lots of cheaper laptops - anything under £700ish - tend to have dim screen these days. I think all the firms are cutting back the corners to make a profit. I had a 17 inch one of these a few weeks back when a neighbour asked me to look at a problem that its owner had. That one came with an AMD GPU and also the on-board Intel CPU GPU. That screen was also blurry. I upgraded the AMD drivers and it was surprisingly still blurry. So I updated the Intel GPU driver, switched over to it as the default GPU and suddenly the screen came alive. One other thing is the awful Windows 10 scaling that results in blurry screens - there are a few options to change to make the icons and text on the desktop look sharper. I forget what you have to do but there are some articles and videos at the below google link: https://www.google.com/search?q=windows+10+blurry+icons&ie=utf-8&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-b-ab Let me know whether you decide to keep or return it please.


Laptop has arrived but sadly I've had little time to test it out. From limited usage it seems pretty snappy to turn on and perform browsing and video playback. I must say however I am not at all impressed with the screen. It looks permanently like there is a blurry glaze. Viewing angles as expected not great, however I've pumped brightness up past 100% which helps, plus I'm pretty much always straight on. Keyboard seems decent, no back light doesn't bother me in the slightest. Form is nice and slim but I was used to much older laptops, doesn't feel "premium" but definitely not cheap feeling. Haven't decided if the screen is bad enough to send back yet but I am genuinely 50/50

Dell Inspiron (refurb) 13 7370 i5-8250U 8G DDR4, 256SSD, FHD, 1Yr On site warranty for £515.99
Found 17th MayFound 17th May
Recent version of the Inspiron 13 (previous versions have been more plasticy!). Make sure you pick this one, as there is a DDR3 version for the same price (may just be a typo). Si… Read more
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All gone now, AFAICS, so marking deal as expired. They have others at same price (again 7370, with (probably misprinted) DDR3 1600 RAM but main diff seems to be 1 yr collect and return, not the on site that the deal above had. They also have more expensive ones, with 3yr on site.


Not all models, no. But keep repeating and it might eventually happen...


Minor follow up-having posted the deal, I actually splashed the cash and bought one. Free next day on TNT, laptop looks untouched (slightly worried as it is a refurb) EDIT: The HDMI output supports UHD @ 60Hz, which I wasn't expecting (most reviews mention HDMI 1.4, not 2.0), so no need for USB-C to HDMI 2.0 dongle.


Thanks for sharing your first deal @CaptainKremmen heat added :D


Anyone had a bad experience with recent Dell LCD panel quality? From Dell Outlet I ordered a Precision 7510 (2017 refurb) with a 15.6" FHD 'IPS' panel but it turned out to be their basic TN panel, with the worst LCD picture quality I've seen in about 10 years. Appalling contrast, made worse by a really narrow viewing angle. But I was lucky in that Dell had got the details wrong and they found me a replacement with the IPS panel. Amazing in comparison. Always check the specs of those panels...

G.SKill Ripjaws V 16GB Kit DDR4-3200 CL15 (2x8GB) - £124 pre-order [Amazon.de]
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Price with Amazon Euro-£ conversion, includes shipping.
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Same email here.


I ended up cancelling my order and using the 20% ebay code to get something from CCL. fingers crossed for the ones that are still waiting.


Just got an email in German. When translated it tells me that they are still trying to find the stock. So not cancelled yet.


Did anyone else order this at the time?


Got sent a 8gb RAM, contacted CS, they are going to sent me the 16gb, yay.

Medion ErazeGaming Laptop (i7, 15.6" Full HD, 8GB DDR4, 256GB SSD 1TB HDD, GTX1050Ti) £849.97 Delivered + FREE Port Design Carry Case (i5 Version 749.97) @ Box.co.uk (See OP for More)
Refreshed 20th MayRefreshed 20th May31/07/2018Expires on 31/07/2018
Thought this was a great spec for the price, with an i7, 8GB of DDR4 RAM, with 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD, and on the graphics side a GTX1050ti. i5 also available for £749.97 Me… Read more
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Exactly no gaming pedigree compared with a ROG.


Got to love the brand snobs, You do realise at this point its a Lenovo Legion under a different name. Anyway great laptop


£850 for a Medion? No thanks.


I would personally go for the ROG - ASUS they have years of experience building/designing gaming machines compared with the Medion (Mayebe the spell check suggested correction as Median is more of an apt name!) The ASUS is solid!

Acer Predator Helios 300 Gaming Laptop, 15.6" Full HD, Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU, 16GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, GeForce GTX 1060-6GB £983.07 @ Amazon.com
Shipping from USShipping from United StatesFound 14th MayFound 14th May
Hi-spec model helios 300 with i7-7700HQ and 6GB GTX 1060 Comes with 1 year acer warranty this is my second post so please be nice

This will have a slightly different keyboard layout. The @ key is in a different position and there is no £ symbol. Of course you can just change the layout in windows and remember the UK positions. Definitely not a deal breaker IMO


Giving up warranty for this price... wonder how this will work for a gaming laptop!


This was posted last month.


Good deal but the 1 year warranty kills it for me :( Heat though.


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Pre-owned Laptop Memory - 8 GB PC17000 DDR4 2133MHz 260 Pin Memory - 2 Years CEX Warranty | £28 @ CeX
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
Just noticed this amazing deal from CEX for DDR4 laptop memory, £28 quid while brand new it's costing around ~£70 - £80 on Amazon. Comes with a CEX 24 month Warranty so its like ba… Read more

8G stick arrived, right product, passed an hour of memory testing... thanks OP!


Good price but the CEX guarantee isn't worth the paper it's written on


It’s a great idea given how laptops have fewer slots compared to desktops so you end up (usually) with lots of spare laptop sticks at a much better price in the smaller sizes. 4GB laptop stick + adapter is nearly half the price of the desktop equivalent! I will have to get some of these in to try out.


LTT dropped that knowledge bomb a few weeks ago.


Thank you. They're claiming to have dispatched my PC19200 already, so we'll see. (skeptical) No moving parts and not Flash memory - if it works when you get it (because some ham-fisted person hasn't broken it), the chances of it failing subsequently must be pretty small.

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