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WD 10 TB Elements Desktop USB 3.0 Hard Drive £157.42 delivered @ Amazon UK Global Store
Found 17 h, 3 m agoFound 17 h, 3 m ago
Good price for 10TB Ext. hard drive. Lowest price as per 3 Camel website. This drive is Shuckable. reformatted NTFS for systems running Windows 10, 8.1, or 7, the 10TB Elements D… Read more

How can you just state things that are blatantly false? Most if not all 10tb WD drives in either elements or My Book format contain white label helium drives. My books are a bit more difficult to shuck due to their case design. I shucked 2 10tb WD elements earlier this month and both were white label drives. I am not even aware of 10tb being available in the blue range unless you have a reliable source to refute that? You are correct about the warranty difference, although the moment you shuck the drive; that is the end of your warranty.


Youtube-dl and Xhamster, plus some Linux scripting to harvest the URLs from the search results. (y)


No, the £195.99 is a promo price which cannot be stacked with the discounts you mentioned. Those discounts will only apply to the regular price of £219.99. This has been discussed before on previous WD threads.


How'd you backup to S3 easily?


WD 20 TB My Book Duo Desktop Hard Drive £529.95 @ Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Best price for 2 x wd red 10tb if you can get cheap post link below can be shucked according to Youtube

Yes been £410 loads of times very recently.




These go down to 410 quite a bit. Wait till an offer comes in around 410 before you buy.


tho ya 2 x 10tb same thing in 2 sets of cases or just the 1, and under £400, not set up for raid out of the box, but doesnt much matter, setting are easy enough to find


waste of my time im sure 273403476326 £400 ish all in with import cost, (customer returned units tho)

Apple iMac 2017 MNDY2 21.5 Inch 4K i5 8GB 1TB Desktop [Refurbished] £749.99 @ Argos EBAY
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Apple iMac 2017 MNDY2 21.5 Inch 4K i5 8GB 1TB Desktop Refurbished with a 12 month Argos guarantee IMac performance is at an all-time high with faster Intel Core processors, power… Read more

Hahahahahahaha, I'll check into some of them thing's soon. :-D But in the meantime, thanx for that info nonetheless, looool.


You don't remove the bezels yourself........ (lol) Look at Dell XPS range, Huawei's laptops, any modern TV.. huge bezels are not required on large screens.


Maybe it's me, but, how the hell do you remove bezel's from something like that?, or ... It's not a 5"-6.5" Phone at the end of the Day, it's a (arguably) fat 21.5" PC screen the way I say it?. Lot's of people are still rocking 17"-19" screens on their Desktop Devices', and this is 21.5", so what exactly are you gonna be missing?. :-) Also, if you start tampering about with something like that, and you kill your Device in some way, but either way, you're really gonna be stuffed bigggggggg time - unless of course there's a better way of doing it?. :-) (the OP's System may only be a refurb, but still?).


I went for this on a bit of an impulse as there was only one left. Pretty impressed so far, the listing said it may come with third party mouse/keyboard but they were brand new and sealed Apple products. The computer itself also looks brand new only the box was a bit grotty. Not sure if Argos refurbished is always like this.


If the item cost well above £700 who will be happy with 5k rpm hard drive (very slow as it’s also available 7k and 10k rpm), if it’s premium product it should have been the latest technology like SSD or NVMe drive, the rest like display, memory and CPU is great - no objection to it, but hard drive is s!ck.

CCL Elite 4.25GHz Ryzen 5-2600X Desktop PC - 8GB, WiFi, RX 580 8GB, 240SSD - £564 at CCL/eBay
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Price drop, no OS included. AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 4.25GHz turbo CPU Massive 8GB Memory Super Fast 240GB Solid State Dedicated 8GB Radeon RX 580 Graphics 300Mbps Wi-Fi USB … Read more

Ok fair enough, never seen the issues.


It’s not the speed that’s the issue. Mixing RAM even with the same spec can cause stability issues resulting in a system that crashes or won’t even boot.


Well both times we have mismatched we haven't matched size but matched speeds since it's will always go to the lowest speed


Mix and match of ram can be done but it will always run at the lower speed of the other stick never higher. I agree with running matched pairs or if buying one stick and gettig one later it is best to stick to the same brand and stick.


Your mate is wrong, if anything as RAM has got faster it has become more of an issue. I have witnessed it first hand with DDR3 and DDR4. The DDR3 was 2 kits of 2x4gb 1600 of exact same model number, this was a chance I took as I had never had an issue in the past. I have seen it on DDR4 when mixing different model kits too. I often go on the Tomshardware forum and people suffering issues pops up probably weekly. I don’t know what the % is but I acknowledge most of the time it works ok as long as you match specs but there is definitely some % of risk of having issues.

WD My Book 10 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black £147.32 delivered // 8 TB £125.94 @  Amazon US
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Update: Currently its out of stock from Amazon UK Global Store but can still order from Amazon US for £147.32 (cheaper with Fee Free Card)… Read more

I do agree that it was a fairly pointless comment I made - although in fairness, pointless comments aren't exactly rare on this site.


That bit wasn't a dig. I am one of many that wasn't smart and lost data. I got smart and now backup, it's simple advice. The dig was "there's always one" and I think fair because the predictable "that's a lot of data to lose" is a fairly pointless comment.


Sigh. Yes, I'm well aware that keeping a full backup, ideally multiple, of valuable data is important. In terms of non-valuable data, it'd still be a pain for a single 10TB failure. Quite why people can't respond about the need to backup without making digs like "the smart ones", or the person above making a silly comment about floppy disks, I don't know.


Still available to order from Amazon US


Well spotted @Smash77 ! Still waiting on two of these from the last amazing amazon offer, but not yet dispatched. Looking at this deal 'bare bones' could save me £23, but the slightly later delivery window put me off cancelling original order for this. But that was then and this is now, if I hadn't already placed the order I would be throwing my money at this. I wouldn't let the warranty/return issues put you off too much because I have found their UK return service (including the online support) excellent and they never ask pedantic questions like proof of purchase. Just make sure you register the purchase on their website with the date of purchase and you will have 3 years worry free. (annoyed) There's always one. Any data storage device, whatever the capacity, can die on you for a hundred different reasons, and they often do. The smart ones have at least one full backup of ALL of their valued data so if a drive malfunctions they can rest easy. Edit: looks like it's back up to £199 used only.

WD Elements Portable Hard Drive - Black, 3TB @ Amazon - £66.99
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Great little drive. This has a 2.5" drive within it and therefore is USB powered. Good for data backups and using it as xbox or ps4 drive to store games.

£22 per Tb seems good to me. Used WD for years and swear by them, especially over Seagate which are often listed on here and are price competitive. As with all things though, a couple lucky or unlucky experiences give people opposing views. These guys do a great job producing stats of drive failures used in there data centre, which generally shows that no brand is truly reliable but drives are getting more reliable year-on-year. My advice would be if it’s a good price, with a good warranty then I wouldn’t worry too much about who swears by what, or who calls what the hellspawn of drives and just buy it.


Hot deal...but after 4 drive fails in the last 12 months, I’ve moved away from WD. :(


It's gonna get HOT in here ... :-D

Lenovo IdeaCentre 310S 90GA003PUK Desktop PC, Intel Pentium, 4GB RAM, 1TB, Silver £134.95 - John Lewis & Partners (Norwich)
LocalLocalFound 13th AprFound 13th Apr
John Lewis Norwich have a few of these for £134.95 in stock, bottom shelf in the computer isle ( obviously ) middle row. Might be of use to someone looking for one on the cheap. Read more

Expensive potato


Go anywhere else than ITZOO and pick up refurbrished desktop with 4th gen for a tad more than £100 ;)


buy 4gb more for under £30...


No, that's fine, always better to be on here than not. Thanks for changing the 8 to a 4, I was going off what I could find on John Lewis' website. Thanks for posting. That is a daft cheap bargain.


Go to ITZOO and pick up a refurbished desktop with a 2500 quad core in. They are old Dell desktops but miles better than this offering here. Think i saw one for £90.

WD 4 TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive, USB 3.0 + 2 Year Warranty - £74.49 @ Amazon
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Compatible with the USB 3.0 devices and backward compatibility with USB 2.0 devices WD build the drive to our demanding requirements for durability, shock tolerance and long-term … Read more

How easy is it to take these drives out and put them in a NAS?


To save space, probably cost of manufacturing, the WD portable 2.5 HD has been using intergrated IC board for quite some time. Think Seagate still uses stock 2.5 drives.


Not my image or drive, but I had one of the newer square shaped WD Passports fail last year and this was exactly what was inside - no chance of dropping into a caddy or connecting internally via SATA as there is no SATA. I stopped buying portables at that point. Other brands, or older drives, may well be different.


Usually in the portable drives u can split the case with a thin supermarket card or if u don't care for the case you can use a knife and it's just a standard 2.5" sata drive connected via a connector to the USB circuit board . This particular drive could be different but in the past I have split 2.5 portables to fit inside ps4's before Sony allowed you to run drives off their usb port on the console.


Just ordered.. Many Thanks for the up !! Noel

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Western Digital My Book Duo - 12 TB Desktop External Hard Drive (with Raid, USB 3.1 Gen 1) €314.57 (£270.60) @ Amazon Spain
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
Note: Shipping in 1-3 months. Select Amazon from the sellers on RHS of screen below payment details. Price shown above includes shipping. Blurb: The My Book Duo drive has up to… Read more
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If you say so. This is at least £100 more expensive elsewhere and 1 x 6TB Red is £160


Currently no such thing as a WD RED 12TB drive. 2 * 6Tb which isn't that great a deal.


So only 12TB


Not sure why cold, great price, brilliant for backup!!

AMD Ryzen 5 1400 Desktop CPU with Wraith Spire Cooler-£79.99 at amazon
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Decent price and CP unit. 3.2GHz Clock Speed (3.4GHz with Boost) 4 Cores / 8 Threads 2 MB L2 Cache and 8MB L3 Cache Compatible with Socket AM4 Includes Wraith Stealt… Read more

SMT (Aka hyper threading) gives it 8 threads instead of 4. Save a little money if you you plan to use a discrete graphics card. And compatible with older Am4 mobos (A320, B350, X370) without worrying about bios update.


Yeah but a slower clock speed, so probably worse in gaming.


The 1400 has 8 Threads which would help in certain tasks.


Why this and not the 2200g?


Hot, would have bought this if i hadnt got a 1300x for £63 the other day.

WD My Book 8TB Desktop External Hard Drive with auto back-up software & 3 year warranty £136.29 delivered @ Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
The My Book desktop hard drive is designed to complement your personal style with a massive amount of space to store your photos, videos, music and documents. Compatibility: Format… Read more
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2 month wait


Better off for the sake of £17 I have one on order.


Only the one drive. I’m sure the backup software won’t back up all 8tb of this. It’s a lot of data to lose if the hard drive stops working.


£17 more for extra 2TB.

Synology DS918+ 4 Bay Desktop NAS Enclosure - £429.99 Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
First time post, sorry if i haven't included all the details Synology DS918+ Enclosure....£429.99. Amazon Prime

That's fair enough. It wasn't a question of budget for me, I just don't need 4 big drives. If they failed once out of warranty, then at £90 I will just buy another to replace it. If I was going to buy something 8TB or higher then I would go with NAS drives


Thanks for your input. Personally for me, If budget doesn't allow, I would have gone for 2 NAS drives instead of 4 using RAID 0, and then later would have added more and we can update to RAID 5.


I looked at WD Red and Ironwolf drives. I know you'll might hate on me but I went with 4x 4TB Seagate BarraCuda drives for £89.99 each at Amazon. If you want NAS hard drives then the best deal I found was Toshiba N300 8TB NAS for £177.43 each.


This sorted, now needs to find good deal on hard drives!


I've got a QNAP NAS, j like the built in apps and I don't have time to maintain mini pc full of hard disks.

D-Link 8-Port Gigabit Desktop Switch DGS-1008D for £9.99 (Prime) / £14.48 (NP) delivered @ Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Excellent value gigabit 8-port switch with good reviews (y) Comes with limited lifetime warranty. Provides eight Gigabit ports for easy expansion of your network and a qui… Read more
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Would one of these significantly increase the speed of my wifi? Currently 10/100MBPS.


I’ve got one if these a while back from Amazon, I have to keep resetting it every 2 weeks or so. So need to send it back.

WD My Book 10 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black at Amazon for £153.49
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
WD My Book 10 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black, at a very good price. I've been waiting on these but due to the lack of price drops, bought some 8TB drives. I wish I waited. It looks … Read more

11th. I got an email saying it's been "successfully cancelled" but it wasn't by me. I have written to Amazon but not recieved a reply yet.


When did you make your order?


My two have just been cancelled by amazon. wtf. ?!


After encountering a problem with my Shucked 6Tb I was still wanting a large drive to sort through my various other drives in one place. But are these being still sent from Germany/France? Sheeesh! That's a lot of banging and bouncing around they'll get (skeptical)


My Two came earlier both WDC WD100EZAZ-11TDBA0 with a December 2018 Manufacture Date (HD) Just fitted them to my Microserver Gen8 moments ago

NETGEAR 5/8-Port Gigabit Metal Ethernet Desktop/Wallmount Switch, £12.99/15.99 at Amazon (+£4.49 non prime)
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Plastic ones £1 cheaper each. Five 10/100/1000 Mbps Gigabit Ethernet ports, up to 10x faster than fast Ethernet for maximum performance High-performance metal case for maximum … Read more

Horses for course's ... lol.


That's very good advice. (y) Though it's not really an issue with my printer. Most days I don't print documents, so what I like to do is turn it off. (highfive)


Heat added because they're great pieces of kit at a fantastic price. I do recommend to everyone that's even slightly techie, make sure at least one of your switches is a smart or managed switch that supports port mirroring though. Because if you ever need to do network diagnostics, it can be a godsend.


It's generally worth wiring your printer anyway, because you want as few devices on your WiFi as possible. The more devices, the slower the network.


I still have 2 unused ports on my router, and my printer doesn't really need to be wired. 4 ports has been enough for me for a fair old while. If I suddenly needed so many extra ports, I would buy the 8 port and use the 5 port in the front room. If I was buying today I'd go for the 8 port maybe, but it wasn't a mere £3 difference when I bought mine.

WD Elements 8 TB Desktop Hard Drive - Black, £134.99 at Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
All times second low price.

Can we focus on the deal for a sec.. Do we know what kind of drive is in this enclosure? Looking for some undercover reds :D


No worries, post them first and check later, like me (cheeky)


Wish I could, when I find a good deal it tends to already be posted, never bothered me though as long as it makes it here and helps people. To comment on this deal as far as a deal goes, it is a good price worthy of heat, but always check camelcamelcamel history for Amazon to see just how good.


Slightly less than £17 per TB is good.


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WD 4 TB Elements Portable Hard Drive - Black for £79.99 (WD 4 TB Elements Desktop EHD for £75.99) Delivered @ Amazon UK
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
WD 4 TB Elements Desktop External Hard Drive, USB 3.0 for £75.99 Features Extra storage for your videos, music, photos and files Plug-and-play ready for Windows PCs Free … Read more

How does the OP's WD 4TB Elements Portable Hard Drive compare up against a WD 4TB My Passport Portable Hard Drive?, thanx.




Good drives these are apart from the noise they make.


There're deals in here Portable and Desktop .. main picture is Portable and the in the description only first picture is Desktop. All the details are for portable :)


the picture is wrong .. thats a desktop drive , not portable usb powered one.

Complete set of Dell OptiPlex Dual Core Windows 10 Desktop Computer (Refurbished) - £79.90 - Sold & Shipped by The IT Buffs @ Amazon
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Product works and looks like new. Comes with a 1 year warranty. This Amazon Renewed product is professionally inspected and tested by an Amazon qualified supplier. Box and accesso… Read more

Looks like a decent system this, and cheap too. :-)


Your elipsis has too many dots.


How about the answers some people get on there in general? Like "sorry I don't know" :o . I once asked "what is the FR?" and got this meandering reply , terminated by "what is fr?".


You know, it was an awful investment in terms of what it was actually trying to achieve, but as a portable, powerful emulator it's an absolute beast and I wouldn't swap it now. I might have done when I first got it (excited)


I’m sorry to hear about you Ouya ownership :(

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