Pay the extra £13 and get this which will keep your drive at a sensible temp - my Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 1TB sits at about 48°C during sustained operation (chia plotting) https://www.amazon.co.uk/Sabrent-Type-C-Tool-Free-Enclosure-EC-SNVE/dp/B08RVC6F9Y/ref=mp_s_a_1_1_sspa?dchild=1&keywords=sabrent+nvme+enclosure&qid=1620823581&sprefix=sabrent+nv&sr=8-1-spons&psc=1&spLa=ZW5jcnlwdGVkUXVhbGlmaWVyPUExR0NKOVJKQzZYNUZYJmVuY3J5cHRlZElkPUEwODA3NjQyMjE1UURPMDZaWFcySCZlbmNyeXB0ZWRBZElkPUEwMjMxMTMwMlIwOU9RRDNSVFlGTyZ3aWRnZXROYW1lPXNwX3Bob25lX3NlYXJjaF9hdGYmYWN0aW9uPWNsaWNrUmVkaXJlY3QmZG9Ob3RMb2dDbGljaz10cnVl
Anyone know what’s the best bang for buck enclosure? Something sturdy, fast and reliable?
I do need one but not one that going to cook my nvme .this site is great for finding things for you to buy that you didn't even know you need lol (lol)
Same here, was just about to check out when I saw the comments on here. Plus, as usual for things I see on HUKD, it is probably something I don't actually need anyway XD Heat added for the deal though.
This is the one I bought before which has worked well but £10 more than this at the moment . https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B083VSLF6Z/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_EPY0EYRKHBCR3DAD1JY2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
General office, video etc perfect. "one to add on to" but not replace them 2400s as that would be pointless. if u feel u need something more in the graphical sector: https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/ryzen-vega-systems-3200g-ps260-3400g-ps307-4650g-ps340-240gb8gb-or-ps55-deals-for-16gb480gb-optional-windows-deals-3720156 ^ £260 for Ryzen 3200G - 8GB with option of 16GB 10100 = higher performance CPU with basic onboard call it. 3200G / 3400G - good cpu performance but with a boost on the graphics, "light gaming" also a little more photoe. 10100 vs 3200g https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i3-10100-vs-AMD-Ryzen-3-3200G/4075vsm824486 uhd 630 vs vega 8 https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-UHD-Graphics-630-Desktop-Coffee-Lake-i5-i7-vs-AMD-RX-Vega-8-Ryzen-iGPU/m356797vsm441833 (never use the site for a direct fight on to brands close to each other, will fav intel but if the gap is there its a good comparison)
For general office work, yes, absolutely fine. 8gb is fine for checking emails, MS word and excel, ppt etc
Im looking for a few PCs for office type work. My other machines currently have: AMD Ryzen 5 2400G with Radeon Vega Graphics 3.60 GHz and 16gb ram Would this be as good? Thanks
Fantastic Chromebook, using my i5 version for several months and it just flies. Got an older Lenovo i7 Thinkpad running Windows 10, and it's so slow and clunky in comparison with poor battery life.
Click 'Number sold' next to 'Quantity' for sales info, scroll down to the 'Description' tab and click 'View all revisions' for everything else.
Personally don't see any advantage in a Windows touchscreen and therefore 2 in 1s as well BUT with a Chromebook it's different as it's a decent touch friendly OS. I wasn't sure when I got mine but my daily use is split just about equally between the three modes, I don't count tent as that doesn't have any useful purpose I can see, but traditional clamshell, touchscreen with keyboard under as a stand and full tablet are great and I will even swap between them during a session to suit what I'm doing.
Pity. How do you track their price changes and stock movement? Thanks for the confirmation. (y)
I am not necesarily interested in 2 in 1 touchscreen, in fact, last time I purchased a laptop, I avoided this, as my kids were small and I thought they will mess with my laptop. But lots of people prefer it and we have to admit, that's an extra feature that adds value to a laptop. In between Yoga Slim and this Spin, at the same price, I will definitely go with the Yoga. But this does not means this is not a good deal, this is the cheapest price I ever came across, the specs are quite high for a Chromebook, the look is great, and only by chance you will come across a Win laptop offering the same performance and same features at the same price. But I can see why a Win laptop may appeal more to some, it does appeal more to me too.
13/05/2021Expires on 13/05/2021Posted 14 h, 35 m agoPosted 14 h, 35 m ago
The Ring Pro is smaller than the Ring V1 Ring V1 is 6.2cm x 12.65cm x 2.8cm Ring Pro is 4.67cm x 11.43cm x 2.03cm Mine came with this retrofit accessory (link below) which uses the same footprint as the Ring V1 and makes everything look a bit neater. That said I’m not sure if they still include this for free anymore. https://en-uk.ring.com/collections/accessories/products/retro-fit-kit-for-ring-video-doorbell-pro
Don't sound so upset. Keep looking.
i have a wired ring doorbell 1. does anyone know if i buy the pro is it the same size so it will fit.maybe a bit of a longshot. thanks
It's not a butt plug mate!
Posted 17 h, 25 m agoPosted 17 h, 25 m agoShipping from SwitzerlandShipping from Switzerland
Can anyone confirm the warranty process on these? If there's an issue do you return it to Microsoft Store UK or do you have to return it to Microsoft Store Switzerland?
Just got the dispatch email.
Cheers Brendan. Just tried again using numerous browsers but it's just leading me to the same address page but not allowing a UK postcode. I give up. Probably for the best as I'd get a clout from the missus lol. I'll stick with my Xbox one X for a while longer. Enjoy yours when you get it (y)
when i sign in to Microsoft in Poland via my Microsoft live email I get all my information the exact same as it is in England. you could try and log into Microsoft UK and make sure you have a UK address saved on the Microsoft account and try it again.. i just logged into my Microsoft uk account and looked at my purchase history and i can see the order on my history on the uk sight, i just see the currency as paying in polish, apart from that it looks the same as if i would have bought from uk
Or...... You know what, instead of asking a question, you take the time to educate yourself? The person who posted the video most likely watched it. You expect that the answer to be a simple Yes/No, whereas it could be more complex than that, and that you actually watching the video would give you a better answer to your particular use case. But it appears most of posters in the PC section of here are unbelievable lazy and ignorant. Up there with the "will this work in my ps5" nonsense that's posted on here everytime there is a m.2 post.
For Pitys sake make sure its USB3 ..(enclosure) "after you've filled the first 42gb." No ... thats not how the cache works ... Bit too long-winded to explain ... Great price for a good allrounder drive ...Easily good enough for an OS drive ;) IF the Mx500 was same price (and barring any surreptitious component swaps) it would be a better drive, but ordinary users are NOT going to notice any differences ....
Mx500 or this?
Yep. So annoying when people link to an overlong YouTube video when they could just answer the question
Was literally about to write the same thing. I'd take the MX500 over this all day.
Really depends on use case. It's very handy as a second screen when working away from home or office. Also properly calibrated, it's not too bad, but if it's for entertainment, yes it's quite lacking. I find mine super useful. Temporary screen when I need to see what's going on with a a server, second screen for the laptop, third screen on the desktop for IM/Outlook.
Because mine was a gift I felt bad wanting to exchange for the touch screen or 4k model. But there is a new lenovo tab pro coming out which has hdmi. When more info comes out and if it's not super pricy I may get that as a replacement for my current screen. Or for a 3 monitor setup :)
Ordered and returned this one straight away. Miserable colours and brightness. Waste of money.
I’ve got the touchscreen version that does HDMI too and I agree. I’ve also got this ASUS one at work and I prefer the electriq one for its versatility.
That's the one I own. Its an alright budget monitor. Speakers are somewhat poor, and hdr is a joke. But for indoor webpage work, and using as a on the go monitor for the switch. It's a great buy. I usually have YouTube on that display as I work on my laptop as my main display and does well for me.
They pack the other free, so you only need to order one but you'll get two. (y)
Still worth it for presents I guess. I usually buy things if the price is good and keep them to give them as presents. This may explain why I have so many boxes in my wardrobe, some devices now obsolete :D
So tempted but don't need.
Yeh that's cool. Best to trust someone who has done a project before or a name you have heard of before on more expensive things.
Yep, I know these ones, but I never trusted they deliver what they claim, and while the price was reduced for orders in advance, I never purchased as I don't know if they actually send you anything. The prices were decent with discount, but still more than I was willing to pay.
They have released more stock. Typical marketing ploy.
Great, many thanks for this.
I suppose it depends on the condition and how thick the coil of the filament. Generally it takes about 5 hours to refresh a staled partially full roll. For best result, use th box as a filament holder/feeder so warming/drying the filament as it unwinds.
Ordered this, although I'm sceptical. How long does it take to dry old filament. I have a few I'm tempted to try in the oven or chuck so I'll give this a go. Reviews seem hit and miss. Thanks OP
I'm sure you're right, but as an 'outsider' I can't really see why that would be. I don't have to recalibrate my washing machine if I decide to use a different washing powder, why should I need to manually tweak a 3D printer if I change the type of filament I'm using? Why can't it self-calibrate? I'm sure we'll get there in the end, but I think it might be a few years yet.
Personally I don't see them being a standard appliance for a very long time. We're pretty close to the limit in terms of how user-friendly they can get without being very limited in their use and/or proprietary. There are just so many more user-defined variables compared to most household electronics. I'd consider a printing service, but you will still need to make some design considerations for custom parts and learning from mistakes can get expensive when you're paying someone else. Otherwise you're stuck with existing designs or paying even more to have the design aspect taken care of too
Right. Think it still needs a few years before they become appliances. I don't see why a 3D printer should be any more difficult to use than a conventional computer printer. I have a number of uses for one, but I'm really not interested in the 'hobbyist' aspect of owning them. Guess I'm better paying someone else to print stuff for me.
I mean the most fiddly bit with FDM printers for most people is the bed levelling, which this printer takes care of. As far as they go, it's one of the easier ones but tbh, 3D printers in general are built for tinkerers. I've had a lot of printers in my time and recently got an anycubic photon mono SE which is by far the easiest I've ever set up. Only thing is, that's a resin printer, so it's suitability depends on what you're using it for.
Is this still an "enthusiast" model which will require endless tinkering to get setup right, or have they made it to the point where you can just plug and go without needing to spend endless hours on YouTube?
Really depends on your hardware compatibility. Do you have space to fit 20 drives, etc
I can afford more than 4 - the question is whether to buy 20+ of these 5TB drives or 3-4 larger 14/16/18TB drives which are more expensive. What would be better value in your opinion? (confused)
I do plan to wait for pool mining - I just don't know yet how many TBs to go for. I will probably get 30-40TB as a minimum, possibly even 50-60TB of I can afford it. I'm pretty sure solo mining won't be worth it by the time I manage to fill them but pool mining might give me somegood results I hope.