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DELL G5 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 8750H GTX 1060 6GB Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB M.2 PCIe NVMe - £999.99 @ Dell
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Currently on sale for £999 instead of the usual £1249, therefore a saving of £250. Another G5 deal was posted for £899 from Currys a few days ago but I think this is better due to… Read more

How'd you get 12% student discount? I'm only seeing 10% through unidays...


Any more codes please? :D


Same here pal on the code thanks pal. Ordered Currys Asus FX504GE but may cancel. Cheers


Hi, if you have any more of the 12% discount can you pm one. Thanks


Any more of those 12% codes anywhere? Seriously considering this with that discount...

MSI GF62 15.6" Gaming Laptop - 8th Gen i5-8300H / GTX 1050 £699 @ Currys
Found 14 h, 49 m agoFound 14 h, 49 m ago
'£200 off' Curry's are claiming for MSI GF62 8RC 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5-8300H, GTX 1050, Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD. Top features: - Impressive gaming power with GTX 1050 graphic… Read more
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Does anyone know if this computer will let me surf the world-wide-web and allow me to send one of those email things. I also need to be able to talk to people on AOL messenger on dial-up.


4k screen for £700? Only on Crimewatch.


4k screens suck bad on laptops, unless you keep your power supply throbbing inside the port.


This is a good price, if you want 4K then I think we all agree you need to up the price budget


No 4k screen, won't even output in 4k to tv or monitor. I like laptops which can display in 4k to tv or monitor

PowerColor AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB Red Dragon V2 Graphics Card £234.98 @ Amazon
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• High performance gaming and total hardware control, through an elegant Radeon software interface. • Share your memorable moments and clutch victories with Radeon ReLive. • Use … Read more

They are pretty much neck and neck with the radeon card edging it with some dx12 titles but the rx 580 uses significantly more power than the gtx 1060. Id go for the 1060 (i did) and i reduced its power consumption with no ill effects by 40% it only lowered frame rates by about 3fps in most games iv tried.


Ballicom on ebay are selling brand new XFX cards for £220 if anyone is interested: A bit weird one, as they are selling the same cards for £238.80 on their own website. However, listing states 8GB VRAM so that is what you should be getting. And yes I did check, that is an actual ballicom ebay store. I have XFX RX480 - awesome cards, nice and quiet, runs cool, no complaints what so ever.


If you set the fan speed to 2400rpm will be fine, the 3500rpm is like a propeller. Temps in my case don't reach 80C in the gpu and I have an overclocked x58 based system and it generates a lot of heat in fractal design mini c with sound dampening.


Can you tell the difference after reducing the fan speed? Fan noise is putting me off at the min.


have the same card and it is loud, but in Global WattMan AMD software you can set the fans to 2300-2500rpm (from stock 3500...) and it is much better this way also undervolting helps, temperatures are fine at 2500 rpm. found this on some forum, about undervolting and the settings work with mine card, good luck:

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ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop  A+ Grade - Intel i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GTX 1050 - Win 10 £439.99 @ SVP
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
I think it is good deal for the specs, not sure if it is graded A or B as they have a seperate listing for B grade i think Let me know your thoughts on this

Judging by some of the discussions you have on here I'd say it's unlikely it's small change for you


Small change for me


That'll probably be like £3,000 (lol)


Is it just me or should "display model" always be read as customer returns that look good enough to describe as a display model. I mean if any of the thousands of display models being sold on the web as display models were real surely they would still have some manufacturers warranty?



Razer Blade 15.6" Gaming Laptop £2079 @ AO
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
This is the 1080p 144hz IPS LCD model. Perfect for gaming. One of the best gaming laptops out there IMHO and also light enough to be mobile for normal use. Extremely solid build. B… Read more

There are two versions of the laptop, a 1080p screen and a 4K screen. The previous version was 14"... also available in 4K. A laptop is really not comparable to a desktop, if you want specs like that you are going to pay for it. There's a reason it is MacBook Pro money.


On alienware you can, no idea about razer


Its all about great specs with portability and great build quality, if you don't understand that move on.


For 2k you could build a real gaming system with a GTX 2080Ti , i7 , 16 maybe 32gb of ram, SSD , nice motherboard.....of course it would not be portable......but heck ! 2k for laptop NAH


I don't know? The point isn't if it's 4k or not or possible it's just that the price for this laptop is far too much...

Asus ROG Cerberus Bundle £99.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
A decent deal if you are looking for a high-end mouse and keyboard. Keyboard is Asus Cerberus Mech RGB Keyboard that retails for around £95-£110. Mouse is Asus ROG Pugio Mouse that… Read more
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Had this before I spilled pepsi max on it it comes with Kaikua switches


I have this bundle from a previous deal on ocUK: keyboard is a great bit of kit but the Mouse is a bit silly; the thumb buttons are structured in such a way that you cannot easily reach the front thumb-button with your thumb (unless you have particularly long fingers); as a result I would not recommend this mouse if you use palm grip for mouse control during gaming.


Keyboard looks to be a rebranded Q-Pad MK90 Why no mention of what switches it has It says Omron switches but what colour?


How good is the keyboard, anyone own one?


Should get piping hot pretty soon. Sweet combo.

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ASUS TUF FX504GE 15.6" Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1050 Ti 4GB Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD - £699.99 @ Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Looks a solid spec for the price? Been lowered another 50 over the last few days. i5 8300H, 1050 ti 4gb, 1TB HDD & 128 SSD, 8GB RAM If this isn't a deal, let me know and I'll… Read more

LOLOLOL - My exact thoughts as I read his note also.


Hi All, This is now back in stock, I've unexpired... after buying my own.. lesson learnt.. never post deals before getting said deal yourself lol


Wanted to vet the deal, felt real good about it mind. Turns out it was good but limited stock hH


(lol) (lol) Epic fail


But samsung make apples SoCs :/

Dell Inspiron 7000 15.6" Full HD Laptop Silver (Intel i7-8550U, 8 GB Ram, 512 GB SSD, MX130 4 GB GPU) £899 Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Spotted this whilst Googling the previous 13.3" Dell Inspiron 7000 deal and whilst it lacks a little on the Ram side I thought it seems like a decent price for the spec/portabili… Read more
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I've a 7000 series Inspiron. Great cheap laptops, but the build quality is absolutely terrible. 3 touchpads, 1 keyboard and now the battery is dying. They are cheap for a reason - They are the HP of 10 years ago.


Not entirely sure on this exact model but if it's the 7570, which sounds like it from this link, then it is an IPS panel.


If not bothered about graphics card, this is a better deal and finished product I5 8 gen at 700 at Johnlewis or 600 at ao with cashback and discount code Or the same machine with i7 at Currys Ebay brand new for 750,store:952105825960022061&prds=oid:1637725439158919598&q=lenovi+530s+ao&hl=en_GB&ei=nU-lW-nAIqTKgAaL7J_4Cw&lsft=gclid:EAIaIQobChMIoMvdkPPM3QIV67XtCh0npAVTEAQYASABEgKeaPD_BwE


This an IPS panel or a crappy TN? I'm assuming the latter.


Depends what MBP you're looking at, although the closest MBP price-wise is the base spec (granted, better screen) 13" at £1.2k which is around 0.7KG lighter. Worth looking at the 13" Dell variant though (linked in description) - same price as the above but 16GB ram and same/similar weight to the MBP.

ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop - Intel i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GTX 1050 £439.99
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
• Intel® Core" i5-7300HQ processor (Quad core) • RAM: 8GB / Storage: 1TB HDD • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 2GB • Full HD display • Battery life: Up to 8.5 hours Yes it is "… Read more
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So you can't play games on a gtx 1050?


It being a decent price still doesn't make it a gaming laptop. £100 for a 3 bed semi! What a great price, oh wait, it's made from lego.


First time I'm hearing of this Octane Drive thing, that a few of you are banging on about ... hehehehe. So I thought I'd supply a 'link' that might shed a wee bit of light on such for some (like myself), etc, etc: Hmmmmmmmmmmmm Happy reading (everyone else). :-)


Looks like you can improve the temps on these by up to 20C if you're prepared to undervolt and repaste the thermal compound:


You don't need to remove the back panel. It has a "hatch" that you remove to install the SSD. No risk of warranty being voided by fitting an SSD. Not a criticism of you personally but I do wish people would Google this stuff first. In the time you took to post that you could have Googled "Nitro 5 SSD" and the first video that comes up is:

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.

Smashing deal on the Acer Predator XB271HUbmiprz 27 Inch WQHD Gaming Monitor, Black (IPS Panel, G-Sync, 165 Hz (OC) - £464.65 @ Amazon
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Not as good as the prime day deal of £450, but very close. I would've picked one up at this price if I wasn't already throwing money into a new PC build. I have the TN 24" version… Read more
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The price of this monitor fluctuates at Amazon almost daily. The cheapest it has ever been is £439.99 on prime day. The TN equivalent was £329.99 on prime day - this model is on my watch. Amazon do eventually repeat promotions so hold out if you can!


Thankfully the price has gone up now. Somewhat dreading black friday.


Showing £499 now,


Do you think a 1060 would cut it running on this? I'm running ultra settings on 1080P currently, would I see a benefit running medium/high on a 1440P? Also is a 1080P console going to look naff on this (as I'd be sharing display with a PS4)


Is it though... is it REALLY? Hmmmmm? Think of all the savings you're missing out on xD

ASUS PG348Q 100hz 3440x1440 ULTRAWIDE GSYNC MONITOR £864.99 @ Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
It's the daddy (allegedly) of last gen 34-inchers, at close to it's lowest ever (£860 I think). Also available at Amazon for £866.99. This may be the first time ever that Currys a… Read more
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Excellent monitor, though i am going through a RMA at the moment and i have not heard good things about Asus rma process. Once you game on a ultrawide it is very hard to go back to 16:9.


Good price for an awesome monitor. Still probably the best gaming monitor under £2000




Likewise bought and returned about a year ago for the same issue.


Interesting thoughts and comments. You can get this on a 6 month BNPL at Very and get 100 credit back, making it £850. Had one from them about a year ago, but sent it back due to really bad back light bleed. Seems to be a bit of a lottery as to how bad a particular panel will be

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ARMOR Graphics Card - £388.99 / £394.47 Delivered @
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti ARMOR 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready Graphics Card, 2432 Core, 1607MHz GPU, 1683MHz Boost The ARMOR GPU from MSI has a very impressive appearance and backs it up wit… Read more



Should be less than £250


£100+ is a pretty big hair


Haven't you got other hairs to split? ;)


You should post the 2080 you have seen for around £600 as a deal

Dell Alienware AW2518HF AMD FreeSync 240Hz 1ms 25 Inch - Gaming Monitor - £269 @ NRGIT
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
I was looking for a high spec monitor below the £300 margin and this one ticks all the boxes... Let's see what the HUKD geeks think of it... Diagonally Viewable Size: 25 Inch (… Read more
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Too expensive for what it is. TN panel, 1080p. Refresh rate is nice but 144Hz is more than enough nowadays


u wanna fite ye cmon den


This isn't true whatsoever. Some of Dell's monitors have decent colours, but Dell have had an awful history with their gaming lineup (their new couple of monitors released a couple months ago might be an exception). All the non-gsync 24" 240Hz monitors use the same panel, and they all have issues with colours. Please don't buy this monitor unless you're only playing competitive games and doing nothing else, the colours are bad.


Give it to us Daddy (nerd)


No, not really. You can get just as good a monitor for £260 at Scan at the moment and the same at ebuyer I believe.

Predator X34P 34" UW-QHD Monitor £749.99 Ebuyer
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
One of the best monitors available at the moment IMO. Currently £899 on Amazon. This has been as low as £599, although that was for a very short amount of time. This went hot at … Read more

Sorry - you're right. That's what happened - it was showing as ex-VAT. I've expired it now - sorry for the confusion.


That's exactly what's happened here, sorry OP but it's time to expire this


£749.99 is exVAT, you can change it on the toolbar at the top of the website.


no its not, it is 899 on ebuyer


@rob5110 - what's the deal with the price discrepancy? Why £749 when it's £899 on the site?

Asus i7 8750H Gaming laptop,1060 6gb, 1tb+256Gb ssd, 120Hz display,rucksack,mouse - £997.97 @ Amazon
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
This has been reduced by Asus (see here: ) and is available from a number of suppliers so feel free to try your favorite. At the time of writing, it … Read more

Ordered mine on 30th August. AO sent me an email as soon as it was delivered inviting me to apply for the cash back (just followed the email link and added my bank details). Got the email from AO yesterday saying that the cashback would be in my account in 3 - 5 days. Meanwhile, the laptop is fantastic. I haven't had any issues at all. I was keen to put some extra RAM in it but I've not had any issues with "only" 8GB, so will now just wait for a cheap deal to come along. Screen is beautiful, graphics buttery smooth. No noticeable issues from the normal HDD. No overheating or obtrusive throttling. Cinebench scores out-of-the box (but with the 303 BIOS update and no other changes) were higher than people with the 301 BIOS were managing with voltage adjustments through Intel XTU (so I assume the 303 BIOS resolves the throttling issues). Case is a finger print magnet but I can live with that, lol.


Did your link for £100 cash back come through and do you have to do anything specific to qualify as states back to school cashback? Ive ordered it so just thought id see if you got the cb thanks ps how are you finding it?


Ive ordered now on ao with quidco offering 3% back on asus laptops on ao, showing as tracked for £29.97 cb, plus hopeful £100 cashback on ao aswell so seems a good deal, ports seem ropey compared to the strix and i hear of over heating and plasticy chassey but fingers crossed for the approx 130 cash back will bring it down to £870 for this spec, seems poor battery life and less quality hdrive ...will see, other half wanted the strix and ive just seen one on offer at hughes with the 1060 graphics but i5 processor for 999 plus an extra 50 off code and maybe quid co i hvent checked that...hmmm wondering should we cancel and go for the rog strix instead (skeptical) (skeptical) !! Or pay more on ao for the 17 inch rog with the i7 chip helllppp meeeee please.


Hey, yeah sorry had the wrong tab open. I was talking about a different laptop - this one if it's any interest.


Prior to ordering, I had read about excessive throttling on various forums but people were having lots of success in reducing that and improving performance using the apps mentioned. I planned on doing the same. On logging on for the first time, an app called Winflash (bundled with the small amount of ASUS bloatware) logged on to somewhere and downloaded a new BIOS file (version 303 (which does not appear on the ASUS driver website). A quick restart was all that was required to install - required no intervention on my part.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB - £439.99 / £445.48 Delivered @ Scan
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
They are dropping. The 1080 is still very capable and excellent if you are not going for 4k..
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Thabk you, it's been 5 years since I built my pc so I'm a bit rusty!


Yes. That's exactly how simple it is.


Ah yes I just checked my PSU, 6+2 pin, would it be as simple as putting the 6+2 into the 1080's 8 pin socket?




What does it matter how, at what stage of the processing or what tricks they use? That's for the engineers of nvidia to decide etc etc. Under the term DLSS they also encompass the antialising component as well, DLAA. As long as the FPS increases while the image quality remains the same, that's what matters. Now, the reviews that tested the DLSS have shown that it is on par with temporal antialising in image quality. But gives ~40% boost in FPS, which makes sense since the burden of antialising is taken out of the cuda cores and shifted to the tensor cores. For me, the question is how long will it take for existing games to release patches with DLSS support. And considering that nvidia is giving access to their supercomputers for free and doesn't need the gaming companies development time to implement this new feature....i am expecting/hoping that DLSS adoption will be extremely fast and there is going to be a wave of patches in the next month.

Nvidia shield console with controller - £149 @ Amazon Fr
Found 19th SepFound 19th Sep
Price includes shipment and it is the lowest price you can find this at this moment with warranty from amazon , you can use this for your streaming needs or even gaming, it can pla… Read more

£155 now from Amazon fyi


Ordered this this morning and it's just arrived. Cracking price. Edit: orderd on Amazon prime now.


Got mine yesterday, I'm really impressed with it and wish I just got it in the first place instead of a chromecast and fire tv. I can at least sell them now to get some money back


Currys never have any stock . There deals are just of odd few items left in some stores which they need to get rid off .


If you have children and use childcare vouchers you can get 6% off Currys and still claim the topcashback. (y)

AMD Ryzen 7 1700X 95 W 8 Core/16 Threads 3.8 GHz 4 MB CPU - Brand New on Back Order for Amazon Prime Members
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
Lower price than the 1700 on amazon. On back order but good deal if you can wait. AMD Ryzen 7Extreme Performance for Gamers and Creators. AMD has created a processor product and… Read more

Have the 1700 (paid £300 on release), absolutely best PC experience I've ever had. Slick, can stream, edit and game without breaking a sweat. AMD are killing the CPU game IMO -- wouldn't go back to Intel at this price unless you paid me to.


you have no idea what you're talking about.


That's true, I think they start throttling around the 85c mark (even Intel), but I wouldn't say that the Ryzens overheat compared to Intels. They're on par with Intel on that regard. Intel's IPC is obviously better clock for clock, but it all depends on the usage.


Does any one know of a decent motherboard to couple this up with? Thanks in advance. :)


The ryzen chips are installed with a torx screw rather than the traditional lever/latch mechanism. It comes with a special torx screwdriver that clicks when it's tight enough (Basically a mini torque wrench).


But is the price any good?? And yeah - a pc needs a graphics card!


Hello HMRC, I'm in the business of erm, entertainment. Yes let's go with that.


Oh noooo. Business don't need 1080ti. But I want it for my business.

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