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Dell S2716DG 27-inch TN Gaming Monitor (1 ms Response Time, QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz, Nvidia G-Sync HDMI/DP/USB) - Black  £449.95 @ Amazon
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Dell S2716DG 27 inch TN 1ms response QHD 2560 x 1440 at 144 Hz Nvidia G-Sync
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I haven't tried it myself but I would assume you do have to open a credit account with them. I did it in the past it is very easy to do so. Good luck anyway!


Hey...I'm trying to buy this from Very. I can't find the option Buy now Pay Later. Can you help me out please ? Do I have to select "Upgrade account" and apply for finance something with "take 3" ? When I try to apply the code it says I have to use my own credit for that code, and I do select my own credit/debit.. but still gives that error.


I purchased an ASUS VG248QE from warehouse deal for £135 back in 2016... I registered it with ASUS and a few weeks later I contact them about a a faulty menu button, within a few days they replaced it with brand new one.


I was going to grab one of these used ones but decided against it after reading this on the Warehouse Deals main page: "Do products come with a warranty? No. Used products generally do not come with a manufacturer's warranty but all of our items are backed by Amazon’s satisfaction guarantee."


I tried the Acer Z35 for about a week (mva 4ms) and returned because of the horrible mva black smears. I got the Dell 27 gsync instead and I've never seen anything so nice. I think you need 1ms for gaming above 100fps and 100hz. The combination of qhd high resolution and high frame rate is simply awesome. The size of text being too small with qhd etc. is bull manure: I use it for excell, Photoshop, all sorts of things and it's amazing. Definitely hot.

Dell UltraSharp 25 Monitor: U2518D - Dell £247.48
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I know the price shows £274.97 but I just went on Dell chat to ask if they did a student discount - they don't. I was however offered the monitor for £247.48 and that includes VAT … Read more

Agreed – used both extensively now, the U2515h is a better monitor, in particular the anti-glare coating is far less obtrusive (though I do like the new stand).


And a different screen ratio. Ones 16:10 and ones 16:9.


Might not be a deal breaker for you but the u2415 has a 24" screen and the u2518d has a 25" screen.


Get the U2415h. A lot better I reckon.


This replaced the U2515h. I've been using this one for a few months. I was using 2 of the older models. A good price, but not as good as the previous model.

Dell 25" UltraSharp 1440p 60Hz - £288.49 from NG Solutions / Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 31st JanFound 31st Jan
A little cheaper than this has been posted on here before. Looks like a really good price to me. Amazon have the wrong specs listed so it is not as good as I thought at first. Stil… Read more

was at 237 in a previous deal and Keepa shows it was at 270 on Amazon recently. It is at 275 pounds on Dell website Dell 275 pounds


Not a regular customer, just asked for a deal, said I could not afford it before xmas.


Congrats on your first deal post! This is a good deal, you'll do well here :D


Eh? Are you a regular customer of theirs? I barter in shops but it never occurred to me to do it in an online shop... Then again I suppose I do for sky and phone contracts etc.


Amazing screens got two of the previous generation. Being 25" and 1440p you get insane pixel density.

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Dell 24 inch UltraSharp IPS Monitor U2417HA £188.27 Delivered from Dell
Found 23rd JanFound 23rd Jan
Seems a good price for an entry level ultrasharp, its around 200-220 elsewhere with a stand or 239 at ebuyer with the arm. general specs below but you also get Dell Premium Panel G… Read more

Where can you get that for a similar price to this? I can only find it over £300.


The Dell U2515H is 25" at 1440p for about the same price or less. Similar colour and refresh rate. Just a better buy all round.


Who wants to help me out? A monitor is the last part on my build and I’m in no rush for one. I’ve been looking this week and I’ve found dozens but I’ve narrowed it down to: 1/ THIS £188 Dell, 24” full hd 2/ the £200 2560x1440p 24” Dell 2418D, or 3/ Iiyama at £115 Iiyama is cheapest, but I don’t know anywhere I could see one in the flesh. The £200 will probably have better colours, but also I don’t know how my machine would run the 1440p Dell. Probably fine but I keep reading about Windows changing resolutions of things (text, icons) and being smaller. QHD is better, but is it worth £85 more? wahhhhhhhhh lol N.B. I have a GTX 1060 6GB and will be using it for occasional light gaming and file management (organising hd photos and videos) as well as office based spreadsheet work. Thanks in advance!


Great service from dell. Delivered next day and that was standard free delivery. Not opened yet. Thanks again for posting


?What's this?....isn't that a Mac thing?

Xmas present from me: DELL UltraSharp 25 QHD Monitor U2518D with InfinityEdge + HDR only £237.60 @ Dell
Found 19th Dec 2017Found 19th Dec 2017
Hi all, Managed to negotiate a deal for anyone interested in this top notch Monitor from Dell. Currently Dell have this on offer for £264 (with Quidco etc it can work out a tad ch… Read more
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"hardly a bargain" (your words) gone up now, so expired it for you :)


This was the first thing I wanted to know before buying, here's what I got from Dell: It is indicated there that the viewable preset area is 552.96 mm x 311.04 mm (in millimeter) 21.77 inches x 12.25 inches (in inches) If you're like me, I can't stand monitors that are just wide for the sake of it and just have no height. Previously had a 23" dell one which was good, but this 25" one is absolutely perfect size wise, and sure is a massive jump in clarity and so much more comfortable on the eyes.


This should help.....,1-inch-16x9


Can someone measure the actual viewing area, nowhere seems to list this, thanks folks


Cheers bud... A bit more pushing has revealed he'd really prefer a 27"er....

Dell Monitor S2418HN 24" HDR Freesync InfinityEdge (refurbished) @ Itcsales - £99.95 ex VAT (£119.94 inc VAT)
Found 11th Dec 2017Found 11th Dec 2017
A whole £20 cheaper than last time it went hot so a very good deal imo! Virtually Borderless Display 16:9 Widescreen IPS LED 1920x1080 Resolution HDMI & VGA Connectivity Dell … Read more

Technically NRGit products are not new. Albeit they come with a 3 year exchange warranty backed by NRGit. They usually come from products returned by customer but having been checked by Dell tech staff are deemed not to be faulty. Note ITC only offer a 1 year return to base warranty here. Yes looks like this is a duplicate post so should be expired. Only posted recently.



This deal should be expired. They thought they were posting a deal £20 cheaper than last time, but infact its the exact same price including vat.


it's only 140 new And how is it £20 cheaper than last time?


Is that without the vat?

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Dell UP2516D Ultrasharp QHD 25 Inch Monitor at NRG for £269
Found 1st Dec 2017Found 1st Dec 2017
Has 3 year warranty as well. 3 left

2 left because I bought one! Thanks.


How does this compare to something like this?


NRG warranty has always seemed on par with Dell for me. Next day collection and replacement. Had to use it before. 3 years is a good deal.


ITC Sales has this for £286 but comes with 1 Year Dell return to base warranty, where as NRG doesn't come with a dell warranty only an NRG one. Also there are like 25+ in stock at ITC Sales so no rush!


I ordered some 24inch Dell Ut414h monitors earlier this year for a triple monitor setup from Nrg:it they are awesome monitors plus they came with free next day delivery with DPD

Dell Ultrasharp  U2715H 27 inch ips (2k) 1440p monitor £352.49 - Scan
Found 1st Dec 2017Found 1st Dec 2017
Scan deal of the day Been looking at at this screen on and off for a few months and this is the best price I have seen. Although not a "gaming" monitor is has a low response time… Read more

Should be fine then.


I only ever intended to use one monitor. :)


I've got two of these and as another user mentioned, it appears to be a daisy chaining issue. Assuming you turn DP1.2 on for daisy chaining and use the stock cables, you shouldn't really encounter it, maybe once in a long while. But if you're using your own cables you might get it. My setup last year used a long third party cable to monitor 1 and then stock cable to daisy chain to monitor 2, this gave me the black screen issue when it goes into standby or sometimes from a cold boot. There is a simple fix, just turn both monitors on/off from the wall plug at the same time, or in my case just the extension cord they were both connected to. This year I've moved and my new setup uses only the stock cables that came with it and its been fine, not had the issue since, at least not yet lol. I like the monitors a lot, can't comment on using more than 2 monitors in a chain, I plan to find out sometime in the future.


Just checked the link and it has gone up to £371.99 so I will expire. But that is still cheaper than amazon for anyone interested. Maybe January will bring cheaper prices.


Oh this deal is expired. You won't get it at that price from Scan.

Refurbished Dell Monitor S2417DG 24" 1440p 144hz G-SYNC Widescreen LED - £358.80 incl. VAT @ ICT Sales
Found 20th Sep 2017Found 20th Sep 2017
As of writing there are 45 in stock. I've never shopped with itcsales so can't vouch for them.

Still its not a bad price and ICT also do the same monitor with a 3 year warranty refurb. Just do some research to see if the companies offering refurbished monitors with 3 year warranty have good reviews on trust pilot etc, personally I am waiting to see what deals are being done later this month around "black friday" thanks for the posts though - this could be an option if there are no new deals as they are expensive if you pay the full price.


Right at the very bottom at the end of another paragraph. Search for "refurb" and you'll find it. Naughty of them to hide that quite important detail.


Where does it say they are refurbished?


Hadn't spotted the small print it was refurbished but I've updated the deal title anyway to make this clear. Now I understand this isn't new this perhaps isn't the great deal I thought it was.


They're not new either, they are also refurbished. The 3 year warranty is direct with them and not Dell. Amazon have this monitor new for £399 with the Dell 3 year warranty.

Dell S2716DG 27" 1440p 144Hz G-sync Monitor - £428.34 @ Itcsales
Found 11th Aug 2017Found 11th Aug 2017
Best price currently for this amazing monitor. Edit: As new (but Dell certified refurb), and in perfect condition. From Dell direct, it is £599 On Amazon it's down to £480 Sc… Read more

I don't have much to compare it to but I agree , 144hz & Gsync are game changing Happy chappies (y)


Got it all setup and I am blown away, the panel is the best TN I have ever seen and g sync and 144hz are a dream together. Thanks for the heads up for the price at NRG IT, think I have bagged myself a bargain!


Can imagine you'll hit over 60fps with a 970 in a couple of games but a 10 series would go down a treat for the both of us I usually hate change but when it's a change as good as this I don't mind :D Sadly I don't have room for ultrawide , I hope you're happy with , don't forget to calibrate it once it's arrived (y)


Funnily enough I'm actually going from a 3440x1440 ultra wide so not too much of a change price wise. I've just had enough of only playing at 60hz and g-sync looks SO good! Will be interesting to see how it suits me, think I'll miss the ultra wide a bit but the rest should make up for it! Yeah I'm running a 970 so interested on the frames I will be getting. May look to get a 1070/1080 in the future anyway =D


No worries (y) That's exactly what I thought, compared to the Acer and Asus offerings especially, personally not a fan of the Acer styling and the Asus was overpriced . What are you upgrading from ? At the moment I have a gtx 780 so I won't be pushing that many frames but waiting for the 1080ti to drop below £650 before I upgrade my GPU (embarrassed)

24 inch Dell P2414H Without Stand £89.00 @ NRG:IT
Found 13th Sep 2016Found 13th Sep 2016
These always go out of stock very quickly, so pick one one up asap if you're interested. You'll be hard pressed to find a monitor of this quality at this price, these IPS panels ha… Read more

I just bought one - only 2 left.


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Back in stock guys


The xrite calibrators are considered the best but they cost as much or more than this monitor


Monitor arrived today, looks fantastic! Any recommendations for colour calibration?

Dell U2715H QHD Ultra Sharp IPS HDMI DisplayPort Height Adjust Pivot Swivel 27" Monitor £376 delivered @ Debenhams plus
Found 7th Jul 2016Found 7th Jul 2016
Amazing monitor at cheapest price I have seen (on a reputable site). Bought one earlier in the year for what I thought was a steal at £385. Now even cheaper. The Wirecutter rated … Read more
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Now £385


I've got the 25" version of the same monitor and I'd have to agree that I've not noticed any noticeable lag and the resolution bump to 1440p is eye-wateringly beautiful. I do agree that you need a hefty gpu to keep everything running smoothly. That said I picked up the U2515H for £199 from Overclockers


response time is only one part of the equation. you also need to look at display lag. no good having 4ms g2g response if the total display lag is like 20ms :P


Agreed on response times, I've got three monitors attached to my machine, two are IPS with one being korean so I have no idea what level they're meant to perform at. The only monitor I've ever noticed problems with? My 28" TN, with its fantastic 1ms response time. Bull. There's about 5 frames worth of ghosting making it terrible to use even for office purposes.


Don't get fooled by hype. One frame at 60fps stays on screen for 16.7ms, so that 6ms is folded into that without a problem. I game on an IPS with 8m grey to grey and I don't think the response time has ever caused a dropped frame. It's just common sense and arithmetic to make that silly myth disapper (like everything with 'gaming' equipment).

Dell UltraSharp UP2516D 25" WQHD 2560 x 1440 IPS Professional Monitor £239.99 delivered at Ballicom
Found 11th Jun 2016Found 11th Jun 2016
Repost of the expired deal posted by Rikishi last weekend. Back in stock at £239.99 instead of £229.99. Still a cracking deal with around 30% off the RRP and cheaper than the model… Read more

Eww. You know one of the things I did when seeing this deal was go to the likes of Calumet and WEX to see their prices and reviews. I was a bit surprised to see no Dell monitors. Wonder if this issue you have had is more commonplace / Dell happy to say substandard (If Ballicom really did send it to them) and hence being dropped from photo/video sites. :|


I had mine come from the first offer and there was a bit of a shift in colour across the screen and some dodgy backlight bleed, sent it back to Ballicom who sent it to Dell who said it's fine (even though it looks like this: Credit to Ballicom though, got a call offering a replacement or refund from them which is so much less hassle than I was worrying it would be.


Panel and performance etc should identical. This has built in switching for 2 PCs (effectively a KVM).


Love my u2515h, personally, I find 1440p on this monitor to be just right, Have used it at lower resolution with my laptop plugged in also and that was fine too, don't think I would have been happy with 1440p on a 27". Wouldn't mind another, what's the difference this and u2515h?


25" is absolutely perfect at 1440p, much better than 27". The pixel density is about 117ppi and easily readable at 100% scaling. Anyone who says 27" minimum needs glasses (if they don't already wear them)

Dell UP2715K 27-Inch Ultra HD 5K LCD Monitor (1000:1, 350 cd/m2, 5120 x 2880, 8ms, Mini DP/DP/USB) - Black £755.99 @ Amazon
Found 22nd Feb 2016Found 22nd Feb 2016
Welcome to the amazing sharpness and clarity of a 5K monitor. The Dell UP2715K features an astoundingly vivid 5120 x 2880 (Ultra HD) resolution, a dramatic increase in screen clari… Read more
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Has anyone had one of these monitors yet? And... are they as good as they sound? What are they like for gaming or are they more for graphical related work?


As above - right this second I've got a 4k 15" laptop screen next to a 2k 27" screen. Elsewhere I've got 2x 4k 28" and a 4k 40". Can definitely tell the difference between a 2k 27" and 4k 28". Mostly use it for coding sitting fairly close so that I can fit loads on the screen at once. Even things like avatars on forums look noticeably better on the 4k 15" than 2k versions.


I must say this monitor is very nice, and a good fit for the Lenovo TS140 servers (as the onboard video card has 2 DP outputs, making it a very cheap solution). Photos do look super sharp in lightroom or photoshop. I'm not a gamer, so am not concerned with fps. This monitor also works pretty well at 1/4th of its full resolution, for applications which dont scale well. My only issue so far is that I can't get any sound out of the speakers, and that I need to investigate if this is due to the video adapter or if the monitor is defective.


It's really variable, some apps support the high resolution and look fantastic, some don't properly support it but look ok, some end up tiny, too big, really blurry or mis-shapen etc. Personally I prefer having a high resolution display I can use without scaling as that way it looks great with everything. John


Windows 10 is pretty good, in that it will make sure that everything is the right size. But many apps still suck at scaling, and look a bit blurry. There is nothing that Windows can do about it.

Dell S2716DG 1440p 144Hz G-SYNC Monitor just £424.11 (595.50eur) on
Found 30th Oct 2015Found 30th Oct 2015
"The S2716DG is designed to provide an uncompromising gaming experience with sharp and undistorted moving images, thanks to NVIDIA’s G-SYNC technology and the fastest refresh rate … Read more

Well... you can: :)


It's a shame it's a TN but I cannot expect IPS and those specs for under £600.


A lot of people seem to be in same boat, I guess. I was thinking gsync monitor + GTX970 vs freesync monitor + r9 390. Gsync setup will be about £100 more I'd probably jump on the freesync option, but new AMD cards have shocking power consumption.. the R9 390 uses more power playing a blu-ray than my radeon 7850 does playing games. Obviously not in the same performance bracket but when compared to the GTX970, it's use an average 60-70w more when it has to do anything..


I see. The premium for GSync make things more complicated for me. I want to try NVIDIA next but it's putting me off.


Planning to buy a GPU at the same time as a monitor. Ideally I want the XL2730Z with a 390, but if the reviews for this are good I may get a NVIDIA GPU.

Dell Inspiron 7000 2350 All in One / 23" Touchscreen, I7 4th Gen, 12GB Ram, 1TB & 32GB SSD, AMD Radeon Graphics Card £679 @ Dell
Found 6th Jul 2015Found 6th Jul 2015
Original Asking Price £998.99 Instant Saving £219.00 Use coupon code : C6DQFSB5K8G1C4 for a further £100.00 off... You may need to ring them : Phone: (UK) 01344 378887 ext. 34… Read more
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Mine came the other day too and is deadly quite too, it does spin accasionally though if your using high graphical apps.


That's odd - we've had it a few months now, and for 95% of the time it's absolutely silent. Depending on what others say, it might be worth giving Dell a call.


I like to work in quiet conditions at home and I was wondering if anyone who bought this had noticed a constant 'whirr' fan noise? I updated the Bios as recommended by a few google posts but I still hear the constant noise from the fan.


Rarely, but it's occasionally useful - and it's designed for Windows 8, of course. Does no harm to have it (apart from the fingerprints on the screen!).


people that have these. do you use the touch screen? I just don't see the point on a desk top really.

Dell U2515H 2560 x 1440 - £243.82 - Amazon
Found 23rd Jun 2015Found 23rd Jun 2015
Not the cheapest its been online, but the cheapest its been on amazon. Well review… Read more

seems to be the deal price in the morning


Agreed, and for £100 more I could have him removed. lol


I've been using this for a few weeks now. Absolutely brilliant monitor. I far prefer these over 4k right now. The panel is one of the best I've ever seen. The colours are stunning (and accurate!), looks awesome, supports DP and chaining. Games look stunning on it and don't need the crazy horsepower 4K needs. Don't get suckered into thinking resolution is everything - the quality of the panel in this puts most 4K screens to shame. That to one side though - don't get from the cheapest seller, it's not fulfilled by Amazon. At the time of writing this, PCBuyIT is £3 more, but handled by Amazon. This means any returns are sorted by Amazon and you're subject to their better protection. Mine was from PCBuyIT and it was Dell sealed and had the service tag on the side, so easy warranty claims directly with Dell too if needed.


Decent price for a good monitor! You really don't need 4k at 25". This is a good balance between PPI and graphics requirements imo. 4k needs a lot more horsepower than this does for gaming


Thank you for your reply rogue4ever, good to know this information. Going to seriously look into getting this monitor now.

Dell P2414H, 1080p 24" IPS LED monitor, *no stand*, £89.00 delivered @ NRG IT
Found 5th Jun 2015Found 5th Jun 2015
Just a heads-up, they're back in stock! Please Note: These monitors are refurbished but in great condition by all accounts from other threads on HUKD. Also, these monitors don't c… Read more
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Profile setting gone askew, fixed now... address coming in 2 ticks!


Thanks akersj - for some reason, it's not allowing me to reply to you by PM on here (said you don't have PM enabled which seemed strange as you sent message!) - if you wanted to do what you said and leave it somewhere safe, just let me know where by PM - or if you PM mobile number, will text on that...will travel along M3 and leave and Junction 6 if that's convenient for you...if not, I understand. Best wishes,G


PM'd you Graham.


Hi Will be passing through Basingstoke tomorrow morning about 11am from Salisbury Was wondering if monitor stand was still available? Many thanks - if not, thanks for your kind offer. Graham


HDMI isn't useless. I use the HDMI port on my Dell monitor so my lad can connect his rasperry Pi up to it.

New Dell U2515H 25" QHD 1440p Monitor - £239.80 Delivered @
Found 1st Feb 2015Found 1st Feb 2015
I cancelled my order with Amazon @ £255 as its still not in stock. These guys will dispatch within 1-2 days so should arrive soon after. Cheapest price I could find. I was a b… Read more

I ordered this a week or so ago, took 4 days to arrive. Came with a UK power cable and works perfectly. I have hooked up my MBA with the included Mini DP->DP cable and everything looks great.


I have a laptop with and HDMI 1.4 output. It has Nvidia Optimus using a GTX 660M GPU (and Intel HD4000). I notice you are using your 1440p monitor with laptop and wanted to ask you if you know whether my set up will support the full 1440p. I also have windows 8.1. Any help appreciated. Thanks Danny


Hi, I'm interested in one of these for photo editing. Does anyone know what the colour accuracy is like. Do they support AdobeRGB and is the panel 8 bit or 10 bit? Cheers


This is not £239 delivered. There's a fixed £9.90 shipping fee attached before checkout.


It's German stock (Alternate is a German retailer that sells throughout the EU) and the monitor ships from Germany via UPS - Because the power supply is built in to the monitor, you could just replace the kettle lead with one from the UK if it being an EU one really bothered you for some reason. Dell's warranty is valid throughout the EU though so it makes no difference in that respect :) just make sure to register it via

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