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Pre order Fifa 19 (PC) for only £32.99 / £31.34 with fb code @ CD keys
Found 14th JunFound 14th Jun
Releases on 27 Sept 2018

Am looking forward going towards more a subscription based with this and xbox game pass. As personally it will save me money plus I believe gamers will save cash instead of trading annual games


If it on pc or ps4 u can get a usb stick and put all the badges kits and other stuff on it. I just order a usb with it all already on each year from eBay about 9quid or if u have pc do it ur self


Different year, same price for the same game with a different roster and UI. And every year people lap it up (party)




No, in fact the PC version is more advanced in terms of graphical options.

Decent home pc for under £500?? DELL Inspiron 5680 Intel® Core™ i3 GTX 1050 Gaming PC - 1 TB HDD - £499.99 @ Currys
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
My old pc which was several years old has died and I need to replace it, and this caught my eye. I'm honestly really out of touch with what would be a half decent pc for home use … Read more
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While I get where you are coming from, I would point out that on the other side, a small investment in time learning how the components work together will save a huge amount of time and money in the future. Consider this, you would be able to effectively troubleshoot your system when, and I do mean when, not if, something goes wrong down the road. Instead of sinking lots of money and losing potentially weeks sending the PC off for repairs, you would be able to fix 90% of the issues that commonly come up in a few minutes, or at least know what part needs replacing. Just something worth considering..


I think you need to buy a console then.


Thankyou OP. I'm in the market for a new desktop. I have elderly parents, a young family. I have a busy social life and I run two businesses. I have *zero* interest in building a PC. Why on earth would i want to waste half a day of my time building one. Why would i want to waste time waiting for all the separate parts to turn up. Who is going to research which parts i need? which parts are compatible with each other? What if one part is faulty? what if another part doesnt turn up? What if the vendor send the wrong item? Who goes back to the post office to send it back? What happens when theres a problem in the build? Who is going to diagnose it? What if i'm not home when courier delivers and he doesnt want to leave the package in my shed? Who takes all the empty packaging back to the recycling centre? I've noticed this theme in all the Desktop deals. The PC builders come along and say 'you can build it cheaper'. Those parts dont just magically turn up unpackaged waiting for you on a workbench so that all you have to do is plug it together in 20 mins like a piece of Lego. If you enjoy it, then great. Good for you. But there are some ridiculously patronising views in this thread. Everybody has different circumstances. I value my time. If my PC is milisecond slower than yours then more fool me. There will always be someone with a bigger and better PC. There is clearly a massive market for us who just want to order a PC. It turns up, we plug it in and it just works.


But we all started with the first time. Technology nowadays makes it even easier than it ever was, and the amount of video tutorials also helps. The fact that most jumpers are even self explanatory, and that there are some tweaks on the design to avoid any missteps makes it a great time to build your own


Whilst I agree that 'build your own' is usually the stronger and preferred option. You have to put yourself in the shoes of those who have never self built before. Yes, the plug and play nature of most modern hardware does lend itself to following a tutorial to 'mechanically' put the thing together. But getting a viable operating system on and configured has nuances between systems, and its this that most novices have apprehension about. Also don't discount the experience required when it comes to troubleshooting and diagnostics. How many times, even as very experienced builders, have we been caught out by a dodgy bios setting or jumper. This is not to put anyone off self build. Do it, its an enlightening and rewarding, if sometimes frustrating, experience and there is a ton of support out there. More a note to all those people who have built before and take for granted the attitude and confidence required to take the first step.

ASUS Republic of Gamers Strix GD30 Gaming PC @ Currys ebay for £746.97
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
New | 1 year warranty Intel® Core™ i5-7400 Processor RAM: 16 GB @2400 MHz Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 H270 mobo 2 available. Much … Read more
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Yeah it has two hdmi ports and a display port too


Does this have a hdmi port? Can connect to Tv or not (for video/kodi)


OOS, thanks for playing :)


Picked one of these up around easter, proved itself flawless so far. Great buy


They only make one model of 1070 so the same as all that being 8GB

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ACER G3-710 Gaming PC - £699.99 @ Currys eBay
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Currys ebay store, new 1 year warranty i5-7400 gtx-1060 6GB 8gb ram 2tb hdd And the main pro: A Terminator 2 case lol 2 available
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By the way. The i5 7400 was the 'LEMON' binned quad part. they finish ~ £85 inc on ebay. i5 8400 here:


Its a dead platform and curries likely got stuck with it,its worth nowhere near 700 quid. I can build a better machine with an i5 8400 which is a 6 core version of this chip for that money. CPUIntel - Core i5-8400 2.8GHz 6-Core Processor £147.97£147.97Aria PCBuy CPU CoolerChoose A CPU CoolerMotherboardASRock - B360M Pro4 Micro ATX LGA1151 Motherboard £64.99£ MemoryTeam - Dark 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3000 Memory £149.99£ Add Additional MemoryStorageWestern Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive £35.80£35.80Amazon UKBuy Add Additional StorageVideo CardPNY - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB Video Card £226.44£9.36£235.80Amazon UKBuy CaseChoose A CasePower SupplySeaSonic - S12II 620W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply £54.90£9.89£64.79AlzaBuy Optical DriveLite-On - iHAS124-14 DVD/CD Writer £10.50£10.50Aria PCBuy Add Another Optical DriveOperating SystemChoose An Operating SystemSoftwareChoose SoftwareMonitorChoose A MonitorExternal StorageChoose External StorageExpansion Cards / NetworkingAdd Expansion Cards / Networking ... Sound Cards, Wired Network Adapters, Wireless Network Adapters PeripheralsAdd Peripherals ... Headphones, Keyboards, Mice, Speakers Accessories / OtherAdd Accessories / Other ... Case Fans, Fan Controllers, Thermal Compound, UPS Systems CustomAdd Custom PartBase Total:£690.59Shipping:£19.25 £709. Thats with 16 gig or ram, so dont moan I didnt price for a cheap case (~£20) and windows.(£ 5 or £6) Curries cant get shot of this old stock,let them suffer until they sell it for what its worth. DONT pay intels pre ryzen price regime.


building a pc yourself is always cheaper than buying a ready one, but if you can't be bothered then this is okish if time is money


Yer I was just looking at that. 1070, 16GB RAM, 2TB, 256GB SSD for an extra £47 over this deal you shouldn't even have to think about it. Now that is a system with £800 - £900 worth of parts.

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£10 Steam Voucher with LOGITECH G402 /G502 Gaming Mouse £36.99/£49.99 @ Currys
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Currently showing a free £10 Steam voucher when purchasing either of these two gaming mice from Currys: LOGITECH G502 Proteus Spectrum Optical Gaming Mouse (£49.99) LOGITECH G40… Read more

Heads up to anyone still following: The G502 can be picked up for £40.49 from the Currys Ebay Store after applying the 10% off code (G402 is below the min £40 spend).


Expired! Price has dropped to £44.99 G502 and £29.99 for G402 and no longer offered a £10 steam voucher


They're the same price in store, just picked up the G502 and was offered the £10 steam voucher for a fiver, summer steam sale must be soon so why not!


Yeah i have been using the G502 for the past few years, quality mouse, my brother's have a deathadder and a Zowie mouse (can't remember the model) But i prefer the G502. It is slightly heavier, but its far more comfortable.


Offer finished last night unfortunately. Had been on offer for the last week

SilverStone PRIMERA SST-PM02B-G MIDI TOWER GAMING CASE - BLACK £79.99 / £90.49 delivered @ Overclockers (Free del for forum members)
Found 4th JunFound 4th Jun
PRIMERA SST-PM02B-G MIDI TOWER GAMING CASE - BLACKSilverStone created the Primera PM02 tower cassis to further extend its mission of bringing rich feature set and trend-setting aes… Read more

I Know, But a lot of people don't, And it's a big stipulation that seems to get left out with Overclockers deals. As I said in another post, You can't just join and say hello to get free delivery, You also just can't spam the forum to bump up your forum count as they check for that.


You require 250 posts or 100 posts for over 90 days membership (embarrassed)


I'm a forum member, I don't get free delivery?.


Decent looking case that.


This is a very nice case and a good deal at best

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Pro Gaming PC - Watercooled 4.6GHz Intel Hexa Core i7-8700, 2TB, GTX 1080 Ti  £1492.99 Del @ CCL / eBay
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
CPU Family: Intel Core i7 Processor Number: 8700 CPU Speed: 3.2 GHz L3 Cache: 12 MB Socket: LGA1151 Architecture: 64-bit Technology: 14nm Number of Cores: 6 Number of Threads: 12 T… Read more

Ryzen 2 didn't exist when the 8700k launched. I considered a 1700x at the time, but there would have barely been any IPC improvement over the 2600k I was upgrading from. Im very happy with my machine, but yep, if I was building today I would probably go for a 2700x instead or wait for the next gen.


super fast vast storage,32 gig of ram, I suspect a ryzen 2700x would have made a better base platform,unless you really needed intel graphics adapter. I expect ryzen 3 will kick intel so badly many will wish they never bought an already dead end 8 series board.


32GB memory, 1TB and 500GB nvme drives and buying the 8700k at launch probably didn't help too much!


Not sure how you managed that, I did one for under £1900 including 8700K, 1080 Ti, Intel Optane + 10TB HDD


Get an ancient pc that still works and strip it down totally. Take a couple of photo's of the case button connections first (you may not be able to get a manual with diagrams ) Take everything out the case. Re assemble it all, re pasting the cpu and cleaning the heat sink. Watch a couple of vids on it. When you fire it up again and it works you will feel that a new one from scratch will likely just give you a few head scratches about setting up discs and windows/whatever, but you will find out its not rocket science and unlikely you will actually BREAK anything. Even the power cables dont go in the wrong holes,generally. Trouble shooting a new build that wont start is a logical process to find a bad component and its rare, Personally I would use an asus or asrock mainboard(as a first timer), but again, it fairly rare to have non working equipment delivered, just avoid brand new platforms. (Like intel '9' series for e.g. ) until they have been shipping a few months. Alternatively, you could buy a used Haswell box (4 series intel) for about £130 and soup it up with used parts, this will cost much les and you start with a working example. This is a good way to learn and how many people get into it. And now is not the time to buy a new g.card unless you absolutely have nothing. You will probably kick yourself later.

PC SPECIALIST Vortex Core GT Gaming PC in a damaged box - £275.38 @ eBay (Currys/PC World Store)
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Currys eBay outlet, damaged box item - but new / 12 month warranty Should play older games / newer games at low resolution as the 1030 card I believe is pretty basic, but seems a … Read more
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Can't wait until the next "gaming" PC deal is posted. The bitching entertains me, and others too.


Never seen anyone get so mad over a £300 pc lol


That’s because it’s BS. We both know it.


Yes card was detected by the bios ok, had to install gtx 750ti drivers in windows 10. The only problem i had is that i pruchased an asus gtx750ti OC, which has a 6 pin power socket, I had to use a second PSU to power this, using the green wire to green wire hack to tell the second PSU to start up. The PC i ordered is almost like new. I have seen dell 3020 i5 4590 for sale on ebay for about 100pounds, this i5 was released in 2014, so that would mean the pc would only be about 4 years old max


Your fault for posting the "gaming pc"! Next time post something less contentious, like an XBONE controller. Everyone likes controllers due to the fact they're better for aiming amirite (angel) My rig isn't light-years ahead of yours, I'm impressed how it's held up. More happening over the next four years than the previous, should be fun.

Gaming computer Asus G11CD  i5-7400 with a GTX 1060 £679.97 - 	Laptops Direct
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
This Asus computer looks like a good price gaming computer since one recently from John Lewis with slightly lower specs was £30 cheaper. Processor Model Intel Core i5 Processor Nu… Read more

Ya welcome Dude. SOD Dell and the horse they rode in on, I would never buy anything from them and this sort of behavior is why. Enjoy!


It is the alienware R3 i7 desktop but cannot be upgraded to windows 10 without errors, Dell have refused to help by updating the required drivers. Very happy with new build and thanks for the pointers.


alienware R3 covers a lot of models, lets just guess its 4 years old plus and has an i5 in it, some were low power cpu only boards, these were really bad value. Wherein a haswell i7 games like a champion; no probs in new AAA titles at all, deffo not worth building a new un for gaming .(digression) But,you want a really fast rig for other tasks and gaming as a sidenote so this setup is champion. The graphics card will game ultra settings, 1080p 60 hz pretty much any game, its the bottleneck for gaming performance. (you have to go up to a gtx 1080 on 1080p settings to stress that cpu) Overclocking the 2600X is barely worth the bother(the boost at stock settings is slightly more useful than locking all the cores at 4.1 for e.g. what with heat, noise and voltage etc), check out you tube videos about tweaking memory/memory sub timings, this may help minimum frame rates in the worst games (dips,if any are noticeable) It will help pro tasks 'a bit'.. You may find setting the ram up with LPX 3200 timings and increasing the voltage a fraction would be a good place to start,as ryzen chips seem to prefer frequency to lower cas latencies,at least with 'ordinary' DDR4 ram. (That sort of price). You will however be pretty happy with the rig running all at stock,so not being an expert on ryzen gear and ram I will leave research to you who have spent. Good luck!


Thanks Jo I got the memory at the lower price. £151 Palit GeForce GTX 1060 Dual - 6GB Graphics Card £239.99 It's mostly built now and just waiting on a NVMe SSD which is arriving today. Getting excited, can't wait to start the thing up. It's replacing an alienware R3 desktop Cheers


Ram price changes daily, today I would buy the patriot viper 4 2x8 gb 3200 mhtz cas 16>>Patriot&referer=PCPart This stuff tweaks o.k. with ryzen chips.The corsair 3000 gear has gone up to £175, so just be aware ram price varies a lot while performance not so much in a price range. Corsair is a big brand but they are not ram experts. Also that gpu price was deceptive, get which ever 1060 6gb dual fan is cheapest on the day, those cards sip power so they should all run pretty quiet.

Lenovo Legion Y520 25 Gaming PC -  i3-7100 / 1TB HDD / GTX 1050Ti 4GB / 8GB RAM £399.99 Delivered @ Lenovo Bank Hol Event
Refreshed 26th MayRefreshed 26th May
Down another £50 from a couple of months ago, was a good deal then, so giving it a shout at £399.99. Good for those getting into PC gaming, it comes with an optical drive (DVD) Whi… Read more
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Budget Gaming PC, at best.


Mine booted first time fine, albeit a bit slowly. I've now moved Windows 10 onto a Kingston 120gb SSD & its much faster.


Has anybody else received one of these and found it to be a bit of a dud? First boot seemed to get stuck on a "Just a moment..." screen for the best part of 20-30 minutes (before we gave up); having given it longer to sort itself out due to it being the first boot. Powered it down, and on the second try it went past the screen above, and seemed to be trying to load the desktop, but instead it was a flickering black and white outline of the windows toolbar and icons along the bottom, with a constantly spinning cursor icon, and not much else happening. This has been powered down and rebooted a few times since with the same outcome, and each time left for differing lengths of time, but with no alteration to the status quo. Suffice to say, not too impressed. Obviously going to get in touch with them about it, but does anybody have a clue what the issue sounds like it could be in the meantime?


can this processor by swapped with i5-8400 coffee lake using same motherboard and everything? If not what would be other suitable option? Also since many gaming pros are here, what would be the cheapest way to build a gaming rig myself using i5 processor and a cheap motherboard which can do everything along with 1060 graphic card. Thanks


The processor is weak compared to an i5, but compared to the ancient AMD Mobile trash in the PS4 Pro it may as well be an i7.

Asus G11 - Ryzen 5 1400, RX 480, 1TB+256GB SSD £649.95 @ John lewis
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
This seems like a good price for a Ryzen 5 desktop with RX480. Would likely play most games @ good settings. Can't seem to be able to spec this to self build for the money so seem… Read more
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What did they say about it they still haven't changed it you should ask them to give you a mouse and keyboard like they have stated in the description pretty sure they'll be lawfully obliged as it's stated in the product description.


Hi I purchased this and it says it is 256GB (M2) so it is an M2 drive. There are a couple of other things wrong in the John Lewis description. 1st error is it does have an optical 24xDVD-rw drive 2nd error is it doesn't come with any keyboard or mouse. I have double checked they have given the correct item. I'd rather have the drive than the wired mouse/keyboard so will point the errors out to JL but won't complain


Can anyone recommend me a budget monitor to go with this since I’m broke now lol


eBay bid bro brand new aswell


Where did you get it from that costs over 1.1k normally

Corsair Void Pro RGB Wireless Gaming Headset WHITE / BLACK £79.98 Amazon
Found 25th MayFound 25th May
Precision Gaming Audio: Custom tuned 50mm neodymium speaker drivers bring the action to life with wide range and accuracy Superior Wireless Performance: Low latency, 2.4Ghz wirele… Read more
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Thanks for posting this. Was so close to buying this the other week after trying it on in a shop at £129.99 and found it comfortable out of all the headsets I tried [glasses wearer]. Glad I held out for this price - hot!

PC gaming case £23.42 from Farnell (Lots of items discounted)
Found 16th MayFound 16th May (other items + more) Dedicated PC case ideal for any gaming enthusiast. Features a sleek, angular design with stylised side-window… Read more

Damn that looks awful :|


128mb of ram? Now we are talking!


Those LED’s are a crime against my eyes


Good of you're building a PC for your kids, they'll love it.


Would have to pay me to use this in a build

ALIENWARE Aurora R6 Gaming PC £1149.97.ebay.sold by Curry's pc world
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Intel® Core™ i7-7700 Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i7-7700 Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage… Read more
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Blast, missed another good pc offer due to work


Where did you find a wife for the same price as this?


good bit of kit, paid the same last year from dell outlet


The Aurora is insane, weighs a tonne and you can see why you pay the premium.

PC SPECIALIST,Intel® Core™ i7 geforce 1080 gaming pc £1019.97 ebay sold by Curry's pc world
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Specification Gaming: Play the latest titles Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i7-7700K Processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Oper… Read more
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I still don’t get this whole PC Gaming thing. Why not just cut all the jargon crap and buy a PS4 or XBOX...


Yeah me too.


Awwww missed it. Would have bought it was well.


Words of wisdom; older tech gets cheaper... No (poo)


Fastest computers purchased fastest computer for 1K :) Irony ... :D

Razer Turret Living Room KB+Mouse £94.99 @ Razer
Found 15th MayFound 15th May
Raze doing a promo, up to 40% off selected £10 off code for signing up to newsletter, on orders over £100. Cheapest ever for Turret I think.
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When you click add to cart description says US layout only


Are you sure, the full product code had -EU on the end? Really, prod


US layout only (annoyed)


K360 (K340 looks mia), is £30+, then you need a half decent gaming mouse, some mdf, some glue and finally some way of making it rechargable...there isn't gonna be much change left over, and it's gonna look pretty homebrew!


Just a gimmick. Could sort something out for a quarter of the price.

Cooler Master V650 Gold PSU - £69.98 @ Novatech
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Novatech have the Cooler Master V650 for £ 69.98 which seems like a good price. Amazon have it for £109.99
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I just spent ages posting the same deal only to find this one. Can't find anything similar at this price. In fact I'm buying one. Oh wait, 15 quid to deliver to northern ireland.... I'm out! (highfive)


The one novatech is selling has the part number RS650-AFBAG1-UK, which is definitely the fully modular one


Are you sure? I can only find the modular one on Amazon for £109.99


Hate to admit it, but your right! (highfive)


No it's the same one, both are v650

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB Graphics Card £459.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Cheapest price at the moment and a beast of a card!
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This is exactly the same 'Rumor' that was spread when the 10xx line came out. It was complete fiction, even in a time when AMD had nothing to offer to compete. The 1060 beat the 970. The 1070 beat the 980. And the 1080 beat the 980ti. The launch prices were: $249, $399, and $549. I'd expect similar launch prices, with the potential exception being the 1180, which might be pushed to $599. I'd also think calling a 1070 a 'mid range' card is not fair either. It's definitely a high end card. Anyway, I agree with your other point -- Don't buy the 10xx series at launch price this late in the life cycle. You will regret it. Also, basically any AMD card right now is so far over priced and not worth the sticker price for gaming. The advice on both fronts is -- Don't buy a GPU right now. If you are forced to buy a GPU and can't get a reasonable used one to tide you over, then I guess you are out of luck.


Lots of games yes, but not new games that are released after 780Ti became EOL. EOL cards are good if people play mainly backlogs of games they never got round to play, but for gamers that always hop-on the latest releases, they ain't such a good idea due to the lacking of driver performance optimisation for the new games.


Tempted, if it hits <£400 im biting.


Class!! :{


They do spin when playing playing normal modern demanding games at Full HD resolutions and over. They start spinning when the GPU reaches 60c. This Armor fan cooler is fine for the 1060, 1070 and 1080, but is absolutely dreadful on the 1080Ti, because the 1080Ti produces too much heat for this cooler. I have the 1070 Armor which runs cool enough. (about 70c at full gaming stress, under 70c on old games/fps capped games). Recently I had a spare Corsair H90 water cooling AIO and Kraken G10 laying around so installed that. (which is extremely easy to install on the 1070, 1080 and 1080Ti Armor, plus MSI have a heatsink brace already installed covering all the vrms). Now I get a 20c-25c drop under load which is cool. You don't really need to do this on the 1080 Armor though cause the normal fans run quiet at load. Was just bored really and had the spare parts doing nothing 8)

Acer Predator XB271HU 27" IPS 165hz(OC) G-Sync Monitor @ Amazon Prime for £450.17 delivered
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Predator XB271HU Widescreen LCD Monitor NVIDIA G-Sync technology for ultra smooth gaming Ref rate 144 Hz, 4 ms response time for smoother and responsive gaming 144 HZ Refresh ra… Read more
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I can understand it was missed. I'm sure the returns people have a certain quota to hit and don't really have time to plug in and power on the monitor, and it does look pretty much immaculate when off (except for the impact point which in comparison to the crack is tiny). On the other hand, you'd think a monitor you're selling for £460 and are classing as 'like new' would be checked to make sure it switches on.


Holy cow! That's the worst I've ever seen. I'm amazed that was even allowed out of the building. The closest I can get to that was a smashed plasma TV I received from Amazon but that was half understandable as it has a glass screen and came in a particularly dodgy box.


Just thought I’d reply to yourself and update anyone who was thinking of ordering from amazon warehouse. I received the monitor today and although the box was a bit battered I expected that. Everything else seemed in good condition, a few marks to the bezel and one large one on the top left, as well as the included HDMI cable being missing I thought nothing of it until I turned the panel on only to be treated to a cracked LCD from the largest mark on the top left bezel spanning the display. I get why it would look immaculate to someone eyeballing it, but really they should just plug it in and make sure it’s not damaged before saying it’s in such a good condition. Great customer service, I should be receiving a replacement on Tuesday, but still hassle to send this one back.


Hey, thanks for the reply. I think I’ll go with it and hope for the best. Considering it’s advertised ‘like new’ I hope that they’ve classified it like that for a reason and they won’t give me a bad panel! Like you said, if I don’t like it I’ll just return it. I did have a web chat with them and they said returns would be free though.. well I’ll take that up with them if it comes to it. Thanks again :D


I got this from Amazon the other day lol We have noticed multiple returns from your account in the past 12 months. You have also requested refunds or replacements for some items that you returned. We’d like to know how we can better support your shopping experience. Please reply to this email and let us know why you returned your orders. Please learn more about our return policies in the Voluntary Returns Guarantee section of the Conditions of Use & Sale, available at the bottom of all pages.

Mesh Ryzen Gaming PC "Just as good as its rivals for gaming, but its Ryzen 5 processor £600 @ Mesh
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
BASE SPECIFICATION CiT Prism Black/RGB Window Midi Tower Case 500W Aerocool Integrator 80+ Certified Power Supply ASUS Prime B350M-A Micro-ATX Motherboard AMD Ryzen™ 5-1600 6 C… Read more
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That's just one coin, and not cryptonight algorithm. If you know your hashrate you can see daily earnings here: A single ryzen 1600 will get 4-500 hashes a second on cryptonight v7, and 1500 on cn-lite for example.


Hmmm struggling to see the deal here. A quick amazon search would put components at £510 (without Windows 10 license) and they are all low end parts (especially the PSU). Considering the 1050ti didn't get impacted by the recent graphics card price boom then I'd not consider this I'm afraid. Thanks for the post though OP as not trying to be disparaging.


A Ryzen with slow RAM for 1080p gaming. Raspberry noises :p


They all look pretty dire to me!


Cryptocurrency profit has just started rising again actually. Due to anti-asic resistance implemented by monero and its alts (cryptonight).

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