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Beelink Gemini X55 - Intel J5005 8GB DDR4 128GB SSD 2.4G 5.8G WiFi 1000Mbps BT4.0 Set Top Box @ Aliexpress £158.02 $207.00
Found 2 h, 46 m agoFound 2 h, 46 m ago
Hi, Looking for a low powered pc for browsing, word, videos (inc youtube) and some light gaming (DOTA 2 & LOL on lowest settings). I spend most my time doing these things and … Read more

I wouldm't think so. The long delivery time shows that they aren't sending it from anywhere near the UK


Ali makes no mention of it but the processors integrated graphics do support 10bit hevc h.265. The site only says this: Decoder Format: H.264,H.263,HD MPEG4


Will it make a difference if purchased from Gearbest (If becomes available)?


And import duties and if it's coming with Royal mail, there'll be a handling charge! No way of avoiding these as Aliexpress will put the cost of the thing on the package. Even if it's sent by the cheapest method (20-40 days!) My only Beelink box just suddenly stopped working from some supplier in China. They kept asking me questions about it. I gave up in the end. It was about £50. Some Chinese suppliers have agents in the West to avoid these things, but not Aliexpress it seems


If that bothers you I notice that the NUC is £163 on Amazon. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Intel-Computing-Barebone-integrated-Processor/dp/B07CM15S67/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1537705292&sr=8-1&keywords=nuc+j5005 No ram or storage though

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Price is for preorder. Specification: - CPU Compatibility: Intel Skylake/Kabylake/Coffeelake & AMD Ryzen - Chipset: Intel Z170/Z270/Z370/Z390 & AMD Ryzen - Capacity: 16GB… Read more
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In that case, I think it’s just down to overclockers having weird prices. That RAM used to be £119.50 back in October of last year (I know because I bought it at that price). They put the price up shortly after. The new kit is exactly the same, just with a different design on the heatspreaders. I’m assuming £119.99 is the MSRRP and they’ve listed it as such, but it’ll probably go up in price soon.


I mean this RAM


Because when I posted the deal, I included the price of postage on top of the price of the RA


Does anyone know why these are slightly cheaper the very similar specced ones of the same brand posted yesterday?


paid that price for 32gb ram 2 years ago lol

ADATA XPG Dazzle 64 GB (16 GB x 4) DDR4 3000 MHz CL16 £416.39 @ Amazon
Found 22 h, 55 m agoFound 22 h, 55 m ago
Hunting around for memory after seeing the Team Vulcan deal below and I've just found these on Amazon. I haven't gone as far as checking the reviews but these are €600+ on Amazon'… Read more

I was actually eating a bag of you today, haven't had any in ages.


I can give some positive thoughts if that helps (fierce)


Question still stands ;)


Too late, gone up to £515 now ;(


ok i`ve got the £16.39, can someone lend me the rest ? (cheeky)

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Team Vulcan T-Force 16GB (2x 8GB) 2400MHz DDR4 RAM £123.78 @ CCL online
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
This is the cheapest 16GB DDR4 RAM I could find at the moment. Great price considering the current market. I know it is only 2400MHz, but it can be overclocked if needed. This RAM … Read more
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And there were benchmarks for your 470 available, so you should have known that your system was GFX limited. There we also benchmarks for the 1070 and the 1080 out at that time, and the 1070ti's performance is somewhere in between so it's not that hard to infer its performance. Anyway, it seems to me that you're arguing for the sake of it. Apologies if you feel offended or something, it was not my intention. For those using their Ryzen build for computationally intensive tasks, bear in mind that RAM speed DOES make a difference with Ryzen, and that RAM size requirements vary by software. In other words research your use cases and balance RAM speed-size based your budget.


Incorrect 1070ti came out 6 months after I bought ryzen. I had an amd 470 befire


TeamGroup Vulcan 3000Mhz £128.69 TeamGroup Vulcan 3200Mhz £137.69 But on Pre Order


Maybe not, but GFX card reviews and benchmarks (and therefore the means to check if your frame rate will be GFX card limited as opposed to CPU limited) were. So the info you needed was available. From 1440p and above most graphically intensive games will be GFX card limited anyway.


If you bought ryzen the day it came out there was not - loads of ram wasnt able to get anywhere near 3000 mhz. Had i known what i know now i'd have bought 16gb at much lower mhz than 8gb at 3200 mhz for relatively near the same price - tis' all.

Team - Vulcan 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 RAM £128.99 / £137.69 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Even cheaper than the deal I posted yesterday for 3000Mhz RAM. Currently the cheapest NEW 16gb 3000Mhz RAM I can find. Great if your building a Ryzen machine! Features: - Asymmet… Read more
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Take this was some grain of salt as stability testing wasn't highlighted AFAIK, link. Besides that Guru3D article having Intel OC results this one does also. Again I think defo worth a punt, considering other kits will cost.


https://www.overclockers.co.uk/team-group-vulcan-tuf-gaming-alliance-16gb-2x8gb-ddr4-pc4-24000c16-3000mhz-dual-channel-kit-blac-my-0a1-tg.html You can get this on preorder for 119.99 + delivery = total of £128.69 Only question is how long does it take with preorder...


Sorry mate, it's still early for me and I missed that


It is in the title... The price is for the actual item, but the full price is included in the title as well.


Misleading price, you didn't include the delivery fee that brings these up to £137.69

Team - Dark 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 RAM £134.99 + £8.70 delivery at Overclockers
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Seems a decent price for 3000mhz RAM in the current market! Features: - Awesome knight armor style heat spreader - Complete coverage of the top and both sides - The Only four-pie… Read more
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No leds. :{


Cheapest it's been since around October last year, so it's a good deal for the current prices. The even CAS latencies also make this a good choice for first gen Ryzen

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ASUS ROG STRIX GL703GS - i7-8750H - 17.3" 3ms 144hz G Sync screen - 16GB DDR4 RAM- 256GB M.2 - 1TB SSHD - GTX 1070 + Free copy of Black ops 4 £1499.97 @ Box
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Seen this posted earlier this month for the same price @ Amazon but if you purchase it from box.co.uk you get a free copy of black ops 4

Do NOT go for the Defiance V, i had a 8750h/1070 and it has nothing but issues. Main issue is the chassis can not cool the CPU anywhere near adequately, i paid for the re paste and the cpu would sky rocket to 95-99c on all cores within 5 minutes of bf1, and to 90c before the game had even begun loading. Tried to repaste it myself even with liquid metal, and a substantial 0.150v undervolt and the it would still thermally throttle almost instantly while playing anything demanding. I contacted PCS about the issues and they advised me they had a new bios that "fixed" the issues, i asked them how it went about that since if the new bios just puts in a power limit or lower thermal limit it is not a "fix" in my eyes. They assured me it didn't and i went about installing the new bios. Surprise surprise all the bios did was lower the thermal limit from 99 to 85 and introduced lower power limits system wide. Supposedly it was also meant to reduced the base line voltage but i did not witness that. So i then had an over heating laptop, just with gimped performance that power throttled as well as thermal throttled. This isn't including all the other issues but i don't want to turn this into a wall of text. I had to argue with PCS when i returned it as they were going to send the laptop back as it didn't crash during a stress test so in their eyes was perfectly fine, after a few back and forth emails they finally agreed to refund it due to the power limit and thermal limit issues, though they did sting me for the charger which was £55 because it was apparently "scuffed" (it was not) Bottom line, i would strongly recommend people steer clear of this chassis, it can not handle the CPU and gets so hot and loud it's uncomfortable to use, and throttles so much you won't get the performance you should out of the 8750h.


This is a good spec and a reasonable price... but... You should decide if you really do need a laptop to game on rather than a small form factor desktop instead. Given the price, performance, and update-path differences. A lot of people seem to get these huge gaming laptops and then realise that PC gaming on the move isn't really practical, not for AAA titles any way, and given you don't need a beefy laptop to run basic games it feels like a bit of a waste. Especially when having it on your lap isn't really practical when it's over 15 inches, will cook your nads, and have a pretty awful battery life. Granted you can't take your mITX rig on the train, but who wants to be the selfish guy hogging up the entire train table so he can play CoD? Also, do you really want to throw your entire machine away after 3-5 years? Wouldn't it be better to drop a better GPU in? Maybe upgrade the CPU? Also laptop i7s are only really as fast as their desktop i5 counterparts, for example the i7-8750H in this machine is slightly slower than the i5-8600k.Plus the desktop is more easily overclocked. If I wanted a small rig around this price I'd build I would 100% build a SSF system using the Silverstone RVZ01 which is about the same size as a PS4/Xbone. PCPartPicker part list: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/FQPBFt Price breakdown by merchant: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/FQPBFt/by_merchant/ CPU: Intel - Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor (£225.18 @ PC World Business) CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-L12S 55.4 CFM CPU Cooler (£45.75 @ Amazon UK) Motherboard: ASRock - Z370M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£128.98 @ Amazon UK) Memory: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£126.84 @ Amazon UK) Storage: ADATA - XPG SX6000 256GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (£58.03 @ CCL Computers) Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£29.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: PNY - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB Video Card (£337.07 @ Amazon UK) Case: Silverstone - RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case (£86.99 @ Overclockers.co.uk) Power Supply: Silverstone - 500W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply (£80.99 @ Overclockers.co.uk) Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit (£60.00 @ Amazon UK) Monitor: AOC - G2460PF 24.0" 1920x1080 144Hz Monitor (£179.98 @ PC World) Total: £1359.80 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-09-12 12:47 BST+0100 Run that for a few years and maybe grab a second hand i7-8700K, and what ever the equivalent to a 1070Ti is then. Sell your other parts and you'll have a proper upgrade path, plus you can choose what keyboard you like rather than using a built in one. If you wanted to go cheaper you could forgo the official way of getting Windows 10 and get a key off of eBay, you could also pick a cheaper cube case. The machine is small and could easily pass for a games console, so hook up a controller and enjoy your games at 4K on the sofa. If anyone wants any further advice/information PM me.


Personally, I would look at PC Specialist & configure it to suit. I specced a near identical 17" Defiance V for about the same cost, but if you consider other components, you could get a similar machine for a fair bit less.


This or Alienware?


Neg me harder daddy

Good deal for 16gb 3000mhz ddr4 (Patriot Viper) £134.02 Ebuyer
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Voltage: 1.35V Latency Timing: CL16 Module Name: PC4-24000 2 X 8GB Dual Channel (so 16gb) Intel XMP Profile Support 3000 Mhz Lifetime warranty Need to activate and then use… Read more

Below 75? You'll be waiting forever or until a new revision comes out. I paid 150 for 16GB G.skill trident 4266mhz and knew that was a bargain. Any 3000mhz RAM at 150 is CHEAP. I don't mean to cause offence or want to start an argument, but objectively, in this moment of time with RAM prices as they are, this is a good deal. Because you choose to adopt the belief that RAM should be X amount of pounds, doesn't mean this is a deal you should ignore. My advice is: stop being a cheapskate and build the system you want at the best price available. Otherwise you'll spend your life waiting until it's outdated crap sitting behind a glass window in CEX that no-one wants apart from you.


It's an opinion, just like yours. A free vote, just like yours. I thought this was a democracy? I'll vote hot if it makes you happy, but I still won't buy until it's below £75


I think you should quit while your behind. Sorry


Cheaper doesn't always mean the best or that it serves your purpose the best


Granted. But for THIS product - is there a cheaper option - that's what this website is about!?

Corsair Vengeance 16 GB DDR4 3000MHz C15 - £139.15 at amazon
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
OK, RAM prices are not what they were 2 years ago, but I've been tracking fast ddr4 for a while and this is the best in a long time for a good set. Good brand that seems to work wi… Read more

Prices of ram are falling partly due to a shortage of Intel cpu. Consequently Intel prices are rising. That's very convenient for Intel as their new cpu range are due out soon. Anyone hoping for series 8 price drops may be disappointed


Crazy that this exact kit was £60 in 2016.


Ordered on saturday same ones just in white for £142 (lol) (lol) with all £3 cheaper these (excited)


Sibeer the memory prices are due to demand across the IT sector from mobile phones to companies in the cycle to replace the last line of DDR3 machines. At the moment demand is outstripping supply the factories cannot make it fast enough. The biggest growth is mobile devices which are now using DDR4. In simple terms the price is not going to drop overnight with graphics cards and crypto currency issue that we have seen. Factories are look to ramp up production but building a new plant for memory production costs 10 billion and takes around 5 years to get fully up to speed. The price will drop as more come online but it will be a steady drop more than likely. That said you you never know with IT prices we may see a flood of people building new machines with the RX 2080 forcing the price up or the USA tariffs may deflate the demand for mobile phones and the price drops. The general view is that prices will steadly drop but remain high for the next 12-24 months


I was waiting months for prices of ram to drop to build a new system. Just paid 170 in the end, if I waited for another 8 months I would've saved £30 (even less actually as I claimed back vat through my company)

Corsair Vengeance RGB LED 16GB DDR4 4266 Memory Kit 2x8GB £226.52 @ Amazon
Found 9th SepFound 9th Sep
This is the 2x8gb 4266Mhz kit Next best price is 295.78 @ scan

It depends on what kit you have in ur rig. U really need high end kit to benifit from ram speeds this high. If you are gaming then it probably won't benifit you that much although it will benifit a little. However if you are gaming at very high fps on a high refresh rate monitor then the memory speed starts to come into play then much more. Multi talking, photo and video editing, rendering will see a boost but to be honest mostly something else in the system will bottleneck before the memory speed holds you back so 2800mhz will serve you well if all you do is game. For me however I could utilise the extra speed for my needs.


3200mhz is the sweet spot for ram. Anything over that and you run into diminishing returns.


I think this offer is no more :(


Nice one ordered 4 lots. Should be some decent profit or a good way to subsidise the upgrade.


Techpost did an article with DDR4-4000: https://www.techspot.com/article/1171-ddr4-4000-mhz-performance/page3.html For games Fallout 4 liked the extra speed, and for apps their Photoshop test had biggest difference. They only tested with an i7-6700K though.

Acer Aspire 3 - Ryzen 5 2500U - 1TB HDD - 8GB DDR4 - £399 / £379 with code @ AO
Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
Acer Aspire 3 - Ryzen 5 2500U - 1TB HDD - 8GB DDR4 - £379 with '£20 off' code if you register on their site before ordering. The Ryzen 5 2500U is neck-n-neck with the i5-8250 in s… Read more
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It was a couple of days after. Did you give them a call?


How long after your order did you ring? i'm thinking of giving this a try, like you said, at £339 its a bargain


Just phoned up to cancel because i've reserved the HP laptop deal and AO said they would drop the price £40 down to £339. That to me was a stonking deal for this laptop but still went ahead and cancelled. Have I done the right thing? Bit late now i suppose.


Have you had a chance to test the battery life on it? So all in all, would you say it's worth £380. Sorry for all the questions.


I tried it for 2 days with the hdd it's so slow put a ssd in and it runs great now so I would say ssd is a must

HP Intel i5-8250U - 8GB DDR4 - 1TB HD - Full HD Screen £449 Amazon
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Not the best deal in the world, but i thought it's a fairly good spec for the price. Upgrade to an £50 SSD off HUKD when it arrives and you have yourself a nippy little number for … Read more
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Out of stock now but got mine a few days ago. For anyone put off by all the negative comments it’s very good. Quick start up and speedy. Good for browsing, streaming and light gaming. Plus loads of storage.


After you mentioning adding of VAT, I also decided against purchasing it as I didn't feel it was worth it. Also they limited the discount only to their gaming laptops, which I have no interest in.....oh well, back to the drawing board (annoyed)


I have, but it seems once you add the VAT - the prices look less favourable. I'll have another look. Thanks for the heads up though.


Crappy TN panel.


Have you seen the dell refurbished deal posted on here? Look like great laptops for a decent price

ASUS FX503VM-EN184T Gaming Laptop (15.6" 120Hz 1080p screen, 8GB DDR4-2400 RAM, 256GB M2 SSD, i5-7300HQ, GTX 1060 3GB) £779.99 @ Amazon
Found 3rd SepFound 3rd Sep
First post, so be kind. :) Thought this was a decent deal for a gaming laptop. I know it's a 7th gen processor and only the 3GB 1060; but most around this price range are 1050/10… Read more
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I'm just joking mate. My deal is too old now I will just delete it :)


A classic business laptop is about 2.3kg. Lenovo did a laptop 720S with a 1050 TI 2GB max Q weighing in at 1.89kg that’s about the lightest I’ve seen under £1000 unfortunately it’s been out of stock for a while now on their website. If you’ve got cash to burn look at the MSI GS65 Stealth.


Sorry! I've been searching for laptops and computer stuff on here for a couple of weeks and never saw this one. :/


I quess I have to delete my deal now (cheeky) https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/asus-156-inch-120-hz-screen-laptop-i5-7300hq-8gb-ram-256-ssd-gtx-1060maxq-at-amazon-for-77999-3017889 (devil)


Unlikely as the lower end 2060 & 2050 wont be likely till end of year.

TeamGroup Vulcan T-Force 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz - £137.69 @ Overclockers
Found 1st SepFound 1st Sep
- Capacity: 16GB (8GBx2) - Tested Speed: DDR4-3000 MHz (PC4-24000) - Tested Latency: 16-18-18-36 - Tested Voltage: 1.25-1.35V - SPD Voltage: 1.2V - Warranty: Lifetim… Read more

Yes, they do. You'll need 100 posts or more to qualify.


So that's a thing they always do then, assumed it was either random or with your first order only. Only purchased once from them due to the postage costs. Do they still do the free delivery if you post on their forum?


Puts me off ordering from them. Postage should be off item size, Costs a couple of quid to post some ram not over £8!


Bit u do get a pack of haribo's included in the shipping cost ;)


Last week I had over £486 in my basket ... they still insisted on the delivery charge. So I had to buy my items separately from different online stores, I would have preferred to shop at one place.

Patriot Viper White LED 16GB DDR4 2400MHz memory module, RAM - £134.90 @ Alternate
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
Item ID: IEIGPJ40 Type SDRAM-DDR4 EAN 0814914024119 Manufacturer number PVLW416G240C4K Series Viper LED Capacity 16 GB (2 x 8,192 MB) Module 2 Pieces Design DIMM Connecti… Read more
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Oh my. This post is gold...Not the deal, the comments. Gold!!


So I didn't deliding the CPU? My son didn't bend pins on the CPU? My ram slot didn't stop working leaving me with 4gbnof ram?


All of it.


Which part, exactly, is rubbish?



Gaming PC AMD Ryzen 7 1700X, 8GB DDR4, 6GB EVGA GTX 1060, 240GB SSD, 1TB, Win 10 at Scan for £811.48
Found 24th AugFound 24th Aug
Looks like a good spec for the price

Price has gone up


Can someone give me a comparison with this deal please: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/stormforce-lux-desktop-gaming-pc-ryzen-1700x-16gb-ram-580-8gb-256gb-ssd-2tb-hdd-89999-box-3014467 I'm going to be using it for gaming and video editing etc. cheers


Convinced me to give it a miss. Shame as the interest free was handy. I'll keep looking for that pc bargain.


There's no heatsink! I wouldn't even run a 1600 on it, let alone a 1700x!


The VRM on this Asus A320M-K looks to be the exact same 4+2 VRM seen on nearly the entire range of A320/B350 motherboards from Asus. I doubt you'd set any benchmarking records with this on one of the B350 motherboards using it. No doubt it will get quite warm under 24/7 full load. I doubt its the most efficient design either. That said, even if the design isn't as fancy as the £150+ motherboards. The VRM is more then adequate for its intended use.

Asus TUF FX504GM - Core i5 8300H - 8gb DDR4 - 256 SSD + 1tb HHD - 120hz 3ms Screen - GTX 1060 6gb Gaming Laptop £899 ao.com (£799 after AO Cashback)
Found 22nd AugFound 22nd Aug
Nice £100 cashback offer from AO. £879 after cashback. Looks to be a well specced laptop, with a 120hz screen (not sure if IPS or TN, though the response time points to a good qua… Read more
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i know is late answer but after 1 week with this laptop i can tell you, battery life is not so great. I don't know why!!!! Even without playing games, just do other stuff with your laptop, battery drain like hell


For people who've bought it, how are you finding the battery life so far? I've not been able to find any figures online, so it would be great if you can let me know how many hours it's lasting for you? So tempted by this but battery life (plus maybe the coloured keyboard) is the one thing holding me back. Cheers!


ordered! i7 version 😁


Give us your impressions when you got it.


Yeah, obviously the boost to i7 would've been nice, but well over my £800 limit. Should be more than enough welly there for my needs :D

Asus ZenBook UX410 Laptop / 14 Inch FHD Screen / i5 8th Gen / 8GB DDR4 Ram / 256GB SSD / Silver
/ £669.00 (Free £10 Argos voucher when you spend £100) @ Argos
Found 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Can't find it cheaper anywhere and I think this is the cheapest it has been. The all-new ZenBook UX410 brings you elegance, sophistication and superb performance in a gorgeously s… Read more
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Have you got a link?


Got the UX430 the other week for £630, not sure how it compares with this but mine has similar specs bar an i7

Teclast F5 Rotating Touch Screen Laptop 11.6" N4100 8gb DDR4 128gb SSD 1kg £277.02 @ Gearbest
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 21st AugFound 21st Aug
Looks like a good deal for a low spec 2 in 1. Capable of browsing the internet, office work and very light gaming. You might also be able to get the email only price of £255 if y… Read more
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Go for the £250 Medion at Aldi. Difficult to argue with a 3 year warranty.


If just web and YouTube then Chromebook or Fire tablet (or similar is fine. This is overkill.


this vs chromebook for a secondary PC used only for browsing web/youtube?


What are you on about? Surface 3 not Surface RT... it came out in 2015 I think and it ran Windows 8.1 and 10. And I paid £200 for mine, retail was about £350. Anyway I didn’t want to get drawn into this but: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/further-20-reduction-acer-spin-5-sp513-51-311k-i3-full-hd-ips-touchscreen-128gb-ssd-4gb-ram-windows-10-home-32997-box-3011919 It was available for £270 the other day and that’s just one example, the first I could think of, it’s also a proper brand and sold and shipped in the UK. I don’t understand the issue here, the Intel N series chips are budget, low power CPUs. If it suits you then go and buy one but I personally wouldn’t spend £300 on a Chinese brand (that’s relatively unknown over here) and have to deal with importing, all for a spec that’s pretty average with a low-end CPU. It might be perfect for you, so fill your boots.


Your Surface cost £500+ with a worse CPU and the hopeless Windows RT. Difficult to understand your claim that a 11.6" flip screen laptop with an i3 should be £300. Can you provide a link to one?

Corsair DDR4 RAM 16GB (2x8GB) 3000mhz £146.47 Amazon **REDUCED FURTHER TO £138.92**
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3000C15 Vengeance LPX 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) DDR4 3000 MHz C15 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit, Black.
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Now reduced further to £138.92


Basically If ur in desperate need of one, its a price normal deal. If not just hold on..


If that was the waiting chair why would you be waiting for your Chinese? If it was the chair in my local Chinese I’d have flipped the lever and cranked it 20 mins forward. I’m not a fan of waiting for take always 😜


A measly 600 MHz? You'd rather save a tenner and loose 600 MHz on yr RAM?


https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B06XYSSS5C/?tag=pcp0f-21 for anyone who doesn't care about a measly 600Mhz which doesn't make any noticeable difference to the average user...

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