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Desktop PC; i7 8700k, gtx 1080 ti, 16gb RAM 3000mhz, 120SSD - £1454.99 @ freshtech_uk eBay
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
With eBay's new voucher code (Pumpkins) it brings this PC down to £1,454.99, I'd previously been trying to get this cheaper on PcPartPicker but have struggled to do so and bonus th… Read more

doesnt mean they'll do a good job though


A child can assemble a PC. In fact I wouldn't be surprised if a child did assemble it. :) Even an 8 year old can do it with a little supervision.


I value pre built! thats how i got into pc gaming. But it seems like yes the cpu and gpu are good > but the rest are probalay garbage?


Except that 1080ti's are no longer £700, they're under £600 And 8700k's are not £400, they're £300. What's a couple of hundred quid between friends though... (annoyed)


Don't forget that not everyone can build system by itself and this is good price for it. PSU is absolutely fine for it and cooler more than enough if you gonna use it as is, without overclocking. And whoever buys it without knowledge of building- will be happy. But if you are gonna overclock it- water cooler is just £90 extra, no need to worry about PSU at all. Of course, extra HDD is must, 120GB SSD for OS is more than enough.

WD Elements External desktop Hard Drive - 4 TB £76.49 delivered with code @ Currys ebay from 10.00-20.00 today
Found 19th OctFound 19th Oct
The Western Digital Elements External Hard Drivehas a huge 4 TB of storage space, which allows you to save vast amounts of data, whether it's music, video or photos. USB connectiv… Read more

"Some product boxes are unsealed". Nice of them to be upfront about it.


Total luck of the draw with what is inside these.


Yeah no problem but obviusly voids the warranty.


Any ideas if this can be "Shucked"?


Good price for this 4TB. Still can't be sure what the internal HDD spec is though.. I bought a WD 4TB "MyBook" and got a 7200rpm. I read somewhere that WD stated the following,We can only guarantee drive capacity. We cannot guarantee a particular internal hard drive model, data interface, rotational speed, or cache size in the external hard drive enclosure.

Dell OptiPlex 5040 - Mini Desktop PC Intel Core i5-6500 / 3.2 GHz Quad Core CPU 4GB RAM, 500GB £399.99 Delivered w/code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Big price drop on this desktop system from Dell, when using the £50 off code. Intel Core i5, with 4GB of RAM, 500GB HDD, and Windows 10 Pro. You'll need to use the code 'LOCT50' a… Read more

6th Gen (2015) 4GB HDD Not great in 2018.


can;t find on itzoo at the moment but better price and value with 256gb ssd, so yea, not a good deal.


pretty poor if you ask me, expensive for what it is.


Poor deal tbh, itzoo had similar setup with ssd for just over 200 still under dell warranty (refurb)

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Intel Core i9-9900K Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 5.0 GHz Turbo unlocked LGA1151 300 Series 95W  £497.95 Dispatched and sold by Amazon US.
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
£100 cheaper than UK retailers and still covered by Amazon.
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Or go ryzen :/


Upgraded from the 3570k to ryzen 7 1700 6 weeks ago, and a m.2 drive, everything seems so much smoother just at stock, and boots in 22 seconds, I know that's probably the m.2 drive, but I'm sure 16 threads helps too. 😁


I think your thinking of DVD's and BLU-RAY.


So we had nvidia rip us off now we have Intel (lol)


Oh look an Intel processor that is 10-15% better than my ePeen. Take a 2700X and get a 2080 over a 2070 with the difference.

Lenovo ThinkCente Desktop PC Intel Core i3-7100 / 3.9 GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, USB 3.1, Win 10 £357.19 Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Good price for this small form factor PC when using the code. Intel Core i3, 8GB of RAM and 1TB HDD running Windows 10 You'll need to use the code LOCT25 at checkout to get the d… Read more

Below one is cheaper i5 6th gen with dell warranty upto 2020, looks more promising...THough refurbished but you are getting more then a year of warranty


I wouldn't buy a 7th gen Intel system brand new unless it was very cheap. 8th gen Intel is a big jump in performance and future proofed. Or even 2nd gen AMD Ryzen if you fancy something different. Also 1TB spinning disk is no good. SSD should be the standard across all PCs in 2018.


No 4k output. No usb c . No ssd . Cold

Electronic Illuminated Blue Ocean World Earth Globe Rotating Night Light Desktop Decoration £17.10  Banggood
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Electronic Illuminated Blue Ocean World Earth Globe Rotating Night Light Desktop Decoration @ £17.02… Read more
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Illuminated... Interesting. I do hope it doesn't burst into flames and have an apocalyptic rapture mode...


What's the delivery time like from BangGood?

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NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 (Prime) / £20.48 (non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Metal Switch £15.99 @ Amazon NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount SwitchNETGEAR Etherne… Read more
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The same router, but in a plastic housing, is £14.99. I’d probably pay the extra pound for this one though as it looks much better.


comparing with these 2 TP-LINK TL-SG1008D 8-Ports Gigabit Desktop Ethernet Switch vs NETGEAR GS308-100UKS 8 Port Gigabit Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch ,, wich one should i get it ? thank you


Yes it is ok to use with Powerline.


Fine with a power adaptor. It is how I use mine...The powerline will basically "bridge" one route to the other and what you have either end is of no relevance to the powerline. I may get one of these. I have a TP Link currently behind my TV but my Kodi just will not stream so I don't know if it is the network switch, my new TV or my new Amp that is causing the issue at the moment!


I would have thought this was fine to use with a powerline adapter ... if you buy from zon , they pay no tax, but customer returns are good (Your morals may vary) :)

4Gamers PS4 USB Play & Charge Cables with Desktop Stand - £5.99 + Free C&C @ Argos eBay
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
The USB Play & Charge Cables allow you to continue gameplay whilst charging directly from the PlayStation 4 system. The Desktop Stand securely holds two DualShock 4 Wireless Co… Read more

£2 more and you can get the Venon charger cold from me


Utterly pointless. Surely a few quid more for a proper charging stand would be worth it.


I find the cables stop working in top charging port so went for the bottom charging dock and never had an issue ever again :p


One mans "tacky" is another mans "tasteful". I think it looks OK for 6 quid. Each to their own though :)


He does have a point though. You'd have to be seriously lacking space to rest your controllers to consider this product. Not to mention that it's a tacky looking thing.

Buffalo 4TB Drivestation Velocity 7200 rpm USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive 2 year warranty, free delivery and collect + £91.89 @ ebuyer
Found 29th SepFound 29th Sep
SuperSpeed USB 3.0 hard disk drive DriveStation Velocity is the perfect solution for those who need to transfer files quickly and easily. The amazing speed performance comes from a… Read more
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OP .. "I figured it's because it's a powered device as opposed to usb powered.". I remember addressing something similar to this 'situation' of yours on a previous Thread here a few Month's back, lol. Though I can't personally comment upon the OP's Deal that you previously purchased or whatever?, but ... I believe 'firmware' of your Shield device may prevalently be your real issue here? (between your 2 hard drive device's). I doubt the 'issue' of usb or non usb is the prevailing crux here?. Not every third-party 'device' (Smart TV, Android Box, and such like), is capable of more/beyond that of perhaps 1tb hard drive and stuff ... How you were able to get even 1 of those 4tb hard drives to work on it however though, is beyond me?, lol. You managed to sort one out still, so good for you. :-)


It will be usb 3, probably 5400 RPM. I have a 4TB external and it reads and writes at 155 MB/s, which is quite fast!


Is it going to be 7200rpm and usb3? I would always say, the faster, the better but then again would you notice few seconds difference of load times between 5400 and 7200 in real life (talking games on consoles as original drives installed inside consoles are dead slow). Probably not...


Yeah, same here. It is very noisy at times and I have already applied some sticky felt feet to the bottom and vibrations through case are still loud. I would sort this out in a matter of minutes if I could open the case as suspect its to do with drive mounts inside but don’t want to be losing over 12 months of warranty so just put up with it:/ Knowing how noisy it is, I would have gone with different brand but it was cheap, looks decent and its fast being 7200rpm and usb3!:)


That reminds me I've got a 20% off code to use at Western digital. I can get a 4 TB for £68.

AMD Ryzen 5 1600X Desktop CPU - AM4/Hex Core/3.6GHz – 4GHZ turbo/ 16MB/95W £136 CPU-WORLD-UK LTD Amazon
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
£136 for the 1600X it's unlocked great performer and cheap given the prices of Intel these days the seller is CPU-WORLD-UK on Amazon. Hopefully the link works

I see, Thanks for the info. What I meant about the motherboard was people had issues when they bought the 2nd Gen Ryzen and realised it didn't work because their motherboard requires a BIOS Update. And updating requires the previous 1st Gen CPU. AMD provided the boot kit solution later on though. But of course, this would have been a hassle back then right? Overall I'm all for compatibility, unlike Intel motherboards. but thing is, I won't be upgrading until 3-5+ years which means it doesn't really affect me that much. Thanks again though. Thanks for clarifying. Well then W3680 it is! Now to wait for a 1080ti on sale for ~£500


This deal doesn't seem to be available anymore, however the 2600 is now on offer at eBuyer! £149.98 inc free delivery (Same price as Amazon Prime, but actually in stock :)) Just picked one up, I'd recently switched to a Ryzen 2200G but that will go on eBay now :-)


The W3690 is only a tiny bit faster than the W3680 but costs nearly 50% more so probably not worth the extra. 24GB is 24576MB (1024MB is 1GB)


Silicone lottery applies to any CPU regardless of manufacturer. Also motherboard compatibility isn’t really something that needs ‘fixed’. The latest intel CPUs only work with 1 generation of motherboard. The AM4 AMD CPU platform is compatibility with last gen, current gen and apparently the next 2. All that’s needed is a Bios update. To me that isn’t broken, it’s a fantastic selling point. Though more so for 1st Gen owners. All you do is make sure you buy an updated B350 or X370 or make sure you buy a B450/X470 board. No different from if you bought Intel.


My motherboard: GA-X58A-UD3R (rev 1.0) Seems to be compatible with up to the Intel Xeon W3690 CPU but not with the X series which is a shame. ;( https://www.gigabyte.comrev-10#support-cpu A quick search and aliexpress have it for around £53. As well as W3680 for around £37. Higher clock is better you say right? Though, I researched and someone said that W3680 only utilizes up to 24gb RAM. A quick 'dxdiag' and my RAM is a little over that (24576MB). would this cause an issue?

Alienware Aurora R7 Gaming Desktop - £1,199 @ Microsoft Store
Refreshed 27th SepRefreshed 27th Sep
Hi, I've been looking at upgrading my desktop recently and found this deal. I know people have widely differing views on what constitutes "good" PC specs, but I thought this was … Read more

any one know what size memory is 4x4gb 2x8gb


That's true.


Yeah that's what I have, a 1070 with no SSD but a 3tb harddrive lol But then again I only want 1080p gaming at 60fps from my pc :) I prefere my Xbox one X and pro for most games, I am very much a console gamer who likes to dabble into the pc platform every so often :) I appreciate what your doing, that is decent, but like my self and many others I wouldn't be confident in building a pc even with a guide lol I don't wanna break anything. There is definitely market for both. I do like Alienware for its looks, they look cool. To be fair that aurora is just the right size for my room, honestly it is a good machine :) I paid full price for mine so this is a bargain :)


Cheap for an alienware. But expensive for what makes an alienware. If you must pay through the teeth for the brand name. Then heat. For what's essentially a cool case and a few hundred quid for the brand name


IKR. Cheaper then a block of gold.... But doesn't include one so not really relevant...

Synology DS118 1 Bay Diskless Desktop NAS £144.97 / £149.98 delivered @ laptops direct
Found 24th SepFound 24th Sep
Well-regarded brand, this price is the cheapest I can find. Only drawback is its ARM processor which might limit the availability of some of the usual Synology packages (apps). I b… Read more

Just set mine up today and quite pleased with it. The DS Audio app for Android is particularly handy for streaming. The main downside so far is that some Synology packages such as Docker are not compatible with the ARMv8 processor. The current Beta version of Plex seems to be too buggy to bother with at the moment but it hopefully shouldn't be too long until an update is released.


Have both, 5 and 6 bay devices. Symbology is miles ahead, in both tech and customer care.


I have a synology but qnap is the only way togo


From what I have read that is true. But I just need storage with only basic "smarts" that can send files to another box that does all the work.


Yeah, should be better than the 215j but nowhere near as powerful as the 118.

HP Elite 8300 Desktop PC i7 3770 3.40Ghz 500GB Win10 Grade A refurbished £204.99 @ ITZOO
Found 23rd SepFound 23rd Sep
Looks like a good deal for a Grade A refurbished Home/Office PC. Note base unit only and this is not a gaming PC

now £270 :(




Would there be enough space in the case for a SSD?


For what price? This is £200 for a very good desktop. You're not getting a prebuilt PC with a current 4c8t processor for a similar price. An SSD or 16GB RAM is simply not needed for light gaming (although an SSD is a welcome upgrade for any system). Btw, today's budget graphics cards aren't power hungry; people here have already upgraded these with 1030s, 1050s and 1050TIs.


It's all about the vPro on these, I love AMT.

Seagate 4 TB Expansion USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (STEB4000200), £87.90 @ Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Seagate 4 TB Expansion USB 3.0 Desktop 3.5 Inch External Hard Drive for PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 (STEB4000200), £87.90, at Amazon. Previously Posted by myself a few Month's… Read more

So 'Seagate Surfer' ... any 'input' to any of my above?, lol. :-D


Good question, but I don't, sorry. :-( But from what I've personally read on other Thread's though (though given, it's been spoken of for the portable Seagate hard drive's, as opposed commented upon for the external Seagate hard drive's - for whatever reason that may be?, lol). Anyways, what I've heard from such earlier Thread's is this, some x-Years back Seagate bought out the hard drive arm of/from Samsung ... So Samsung effectively doesn't make hard drive's anymore, etc?. The Seagate branded hard drive's are Seagate's. And the Samsung branded hard drive's are Seagate's too now. Like I mentioned above already, the deliberating on whether the Seagate hard drive's have either a Seagate inside, OR a Samsung hard drive inside, has tended to predominantly flow within the Seagate portable hard drive 'realms' upon HUKD Deals ... But oddly enough, like I mentioned earlier also (pertaining to Seagate external hard drive's at least) - not many people bother with such 'conversations' again? (despite alllllll essentially now coming forth from the same one body? - as far as I'm aware anyway). So I too would be very curious as to if the 'innards' of these external Seagate hard drive's are via different arm's and leg's again really?. But if not, then it'll be either a Seagate inside, or a Samsung inside instead ... That's my understanding of it anyway?. :-)


Do u know wich drive is inside ?


As some other users have suggested, an external USB drive is a good place to start for backing up your data. The conventional wisdom by tech experts on backups is known as the 3-2-1 method. Basically you want: 3 copies of any data you don't want to lose. 2 different mediums it's stored on (so 2 different drives in your computer, for example). 1 copy kept offsite, to prevent against disaster.


Hehehehe, thanx for your honesty, lol. I didn't think they'd actually be much in it to be honest? (if any at all, for that matter?, lol). But I'm not rocking a PS4, so can't 'experiment' via such, either way ... :-D It's all good though. :-)

Dell Alienware X51-R2 Desktop PC i7 4790 3.6GHZ, 2TB, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 750 TI 2GB + INTEL HD 4600, Win 10 Pro (Grade A- Refurb) With Keyboard And Mouse @ ITZOO £349.99 (£315 For New Customers With Code THANKS10)
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Optional Two Year Warranty for £75. Comes with One Year Warranty - see below . Just got this by email. 10% off for signing up, using code THANKS10 (Just checked, it works, see… Read more
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I've been using a Core 2 Duo Thinkpad (as my travel laptop) for the last few years - it's perfect for kids as it's a sturdily made beast but I think it would struggle to even play Minecraft. The integrated graphics it had wouldn't allow me to play HD Youtube, even. I'm sure your old Radeon 7750 is more capable, mind you. I've upgraded but I'd actually still use it if I could put the internals of my new laptop in!! Maybe I'm mad but there's something adorable yet dependable about Thinkpads. I get the loyalty they inspire. Most kids around 9, 10, 11, 12 just want to go on Roblox and watch Youtube, if the kids I know around this age are anything to go by. And, of course, they can be careless. My niece has already trashed her laptop screen (a few months after mum and dad purchased), and broke numerous tablet screens. Some mums and dads might have tighter purse strings than those who can throw a grand on a gaming set up.


Okay im listening. Point me to a better office computer deal.


No, it's not, I explained it already.


This machine is able to run Overwatch, just not in highest settings. But the Upgrade-ability of this computer is not great. You're limited to low power GPUs and the CPU is basically already the best you can get on that mainboard. You could get a 4790k but it's £200 for probably 10% higher clock. Intelchanged the socket after that Generation, so you would need a new mainboard (starting from £60-70). Also the RAM changed in Intel machines to DDR4. So you would need new RAM too if you want to upgrade the CPU. Another £60-120. It's a 5 y.o. platform and to upgrade you basically need to change everything but the case and hard drive. Not a good base.

Seagate Expansion 4TB USB 3.0 Desktop External Hard Drive. 2 year warranty, free delivery, collect +. £87.90 @ ebuyer
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Seagate Expansion desktop drive, add-on storage for your PC The Seagate Expansion desktop drive provides extra storage for your ever-growing collection of files. Add space for more… Read more
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Yes mate I was after a larger HDD thanks for the pointer. Needed one for PS4 in other room as have somehow survived with 1TB so far! Gonna go for this saved me a bunch of cash.


This similar WD 4TB external desktop drive has been £85 for the last few weeks with potential £10 quidco this weekend.


@Serpico73 is it you that was after an external HDD? This is the one I use with the PS4, fully compatible. The console boots it up and shuts it down etc. No messing with power switches.


its pretty good, the drive itself is about 15-20% faster than the stock ps4 pro hdd. It can get noise at times though. Great for mass storage.. i have used like 3tb on mine. 500GB internal ssd and an 4tb external is a great combo


Western Digital My Book 8 TB Desktop Hard Drive with Password Protection USB 3.0 and Automatic Data Backup Software – Black - £132.51
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
This is currently selling for £153.09 on and is a very cheap price for a new 8tb drive,

No longer the OP price. As @pantaiema said. Expire this deal and buy a seagate from amazon us for 136 gbp.


Did you have a chance to check the drive? What’s inside? Thanks


EUR 209,00 now expire it





Western Digital 6 TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive, USB 3.0 - Black. Free delivery, 2 Year Warranty £114.74 @ Amazon
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Can be used with pc, laptop, Xbox One, ps4 amongst other devices WD Elements desktop storage with USB 3.0 offers reliable, high-capacity, add-on storage, and universal connectivi… Read more
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Hot deal. 6TB drive for the price of the 4TB, Ordered myself one.


Yep, My bad then!


It's in the description "DESKTOP". If it was portable it would say portable


Exactly. Was gonna reply to him until I saw your comment (y)


Why ? . It says "Desktop External Hard Drive"

TP-LINK TL-SF1005D V14 5-Ports 10/100 Mbps Desktop Ethernet Switch - £6.98 (Prime) £11.47 (Non Prime) @ Amazon
Found 15th SepFound 15th Sep
Good price for basic switch from TP-Link The TL-SF1005D 5-Port 10/100Mbps Desktop Switch provides an easy way to expand your wired network. All RJ45 ports support Auto MDI/MDIX, e… Read more

8 port gigabit switches from Netgear and D-Link are often sub £15...saw a D-link for £9.99 the other day,


Old junk cold . Like this is year 2000.


Got a brand-new, sealed one for £1 on eBay, & when the seller personally delivered it in person, I paid him another £1 for his trouble. So, may be worth a look in your local eBay listings / Gumtree / Shpock / similar before purchasing & save yourself a bit.


I have one-cheap and cheerful, does exactly what I need. Hot for what it is, not cold for what it's not.


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