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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).

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK i7 GTX 1060 @ - £899.97
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor15.6" Full HD ScreenMicrosoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit8GB DDR4 RAM128GB M.2 SSD Combo (NVMe Ple Gen 3x4 /SATA) + 1000GB 7200RPM HDDDedicated G… Read more
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Wtf is up with DDR4 ram prices?


Wow, powerful!


Have to agree, should be getting 16gb for this price.


Wtf is up with all these 8gb ram laptop's


The 1060 6gb mobile is about 10% slower than the desktop version. The 3gb is about 10% slower again compared to the 6gb.

Aerocool Thunder X3 TM50 Gaming Mouse at for £9.99
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Seems like a great high quality mouse for the price. Cheapest I could find by a long shot too. The TM50 Thunder X3 Mouse comes with an AVAGO 3310 sensor designed to achieve optimu… Read more
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Thank you i'll give it a go! :-)


One of the buttons on my Logitech “gaming” mouse decided to pack in the other day, it’s insured and about 6months so I’m gonna get it sent away. Based on the reviews I’ve ordered this to tide me over: Wireless Gaming Mouse, TeckNet RAPTOR 4000DPI 2.4G Professional Optical Computer Cordless Gaming Mice with 12 Month Battery Life, 5 DPI Adjustment Levels, 8 Buttons, Nano Receiver, LED Backlight and 30 Million Lifelong Clicks £9.99 wireless with receiver at Amazon (I have Prime). So far so good, I’ve had it less than 24hrs so who knows.


Could you recommend any budget friendly Bluetooth mice please? Palm grip, not interested in millions of buttons, RGB lights etc. thank you.


nice find, all gone now on ebay :)


Well we all have our preferences don't we.

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Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Just seen this. Great price for a i7 8700 with a GTX 1080ti.

A friend of mine couldn't say enough good things about CyberPower. He had to get something in his PC checked and they were great for support, so he says.


I've seen it much cheaper if you watch the prices This PC would be £1000 in a another (better) universe where there is no crypto miners, Ram prices are normal, SSD prices are normal If they dont start going back to normal soon, PC gaming will die, the manufacturers don't care since they are making a lot of money When they are making cards now I don't think they have gamers in mind, they are thinking "we've gotta make this card cheap but the best for mining, we need plenty of stock"


i've been looking at custom built gaming pcs and this doesn't seem bad at all. aside from the psu (and maybe ssd to boot), is it really that bad performance wise:/ EVGA gold 650w should suffice? Which are better psu subs?


so would i lol, even just the 1080TI cost £800 currently. Its easy if every part works, else its a nightmare to troubleshoot


Yes but if you did a pre built then something happens you will have to send your entire pc back. Whereas if you have individual warranty you only send the broken part back. Pc parts don't fail often if you buy good quality. So you'd be forever sending your whole pc back for something probably easily fixed. I've only ever sent one or two parts back on a warranty. It's relatively simple to determine which part is faulty also.

AMD Ryzen 5 1600 £148.79 & Others @ Amazon
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Ryzen 2 is round the corner however Amazon have some deals on Ryzen chips at the moment. Ryzen 3 1200 - £77.98 - Ryzen 3 1300X - £98.95 … Read more

Considering the new Ryzen refresh, then I dont think this is significant enough a drop. they have been as low as £135. In the US they have been down to $130. I would wait for those levels as they clear old stick or get the new one.


was 180 i think from memory


very good price, i remember when scan had a misprice on there 1800x. Unfortunately they cancelled all orders but i'm sure it was below 200pounds which would have been unreal value.


Fair enough. I bought an R7 1700 from ebuyer when they mispriced them one weekend. I paid £206. They tried to wriggle out of the sale but I raised a dispute through the independent online dispute resolution service and ebuyer backed down the same day. Fantastic CPU. Overclocked to 3.7Ghz using Auto voltage (upto 1.3V max) on the stock Wraith Spire RGB Cooler. Highly recommended.


I have a 1700 and very happy with it. I got a friend who got the 1600x because he didn't want to manually overclock and he has had no issues either.

10% off including gaming pc and some laptops at MESH computers
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
For those looking for pre build or someone to build it for them . MESH has been doing it for a while and did some years ago use them with positive outcome Good reviews also exa… Read more
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Hi mate , I received the PC today and I must say I am flabbergasted 8) The GPU is the extreme overclock version and the PSU is a generic FSP 500watt This is a major leading generic brand (y) and not some cheapo rubbish, The GPU on its own could sell for £300 bar, as it is the GTX 1060 EXOC which was a really pleasant surprise, it has an even better performance Overclocking ability than the zotac , The ram is the HyperfuryX 1 stick 8G DDR4 version.Must be £70ish easily They even sent me a keyboard and mouse . (embarrassed) The wifi card is an Asus (Amazing Bonus also) which I could easily sell for £20 . I am blown away by the specs of this system for a paltry £378. Absolute Bargain .I actually even like the PC case as it is a mid case and quite well made....It beats my expectations from the images I was looking I wasn't a fan of at 1st. I will be sending the zotac back and get my refund of £270 and give my son this Beast of a GTX 6G EXOC Version.. I will stick the spare R7950 Twin Frozr 3GD5/OC in this PC and use as a general dogs body . Best Regards,


I am sure Mesh are probably fine. Many of these custom build companies have to compete on service and have to use off the shelf stuff not proprietary like HP and Dell do sometimes for fun... I don’t think much of this build but if you want a good PC built for you any of these people are probably fine. I’ll echo that I thought Mesh went under years ago so that would put me off. I’d be looking at Novatech or PC Specalist if I wanted something now.


Can't speak for this particular build, but I bought a custom rig from Mesh back in December. Very professional service, gave me an upgraded OS and everything has been running smooth since then. I'd definitely recommend them based on my experience.


Concerning the 15% eBay glitch..I got the missus to do it. <3 she loves me. :{ and she has family over the pond so should be OK. ;) I will let you know any updates mate if relevant. I think I will be returning the zotac and get my £270 refund .I belive you are correct with the market....I have also noticed slight movements in the downward £££ swing. Think prices and stock will only improve further for the average consumer. The AMD cards I feel are less desirable especially too miners , They seem to consume way more power than the GTX variants ATM so not too worried as GTX price dropping any time soon. I actually hope they do , So I would then pick my son up a 1080-Ti for a reasonable price and not at a 50% premium extortive price charged ATM. Best Regards,


Nice one! I didn't want to try that 15% eBay trick, lots of people were saying it could be risky and I do rely on my eBay account a lot. Have far too much computer gear anyway. Yes, that GPU is worth a fair bit, might be falling soon though, have noticed AMD RX cards are back in stock at more reasonable prices now (probably the stock is trickling in and the mining market, while still strong, has largely flatlined for now). Would be interested to hear how you get on so please report back!

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Gaming PC I5 8400 4.0GHz Turbo, GTX 1060 6GB DDR5, 8Gb Ram 2400mhz - £699.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 30th MarFound 30th Mar
Slightly different to one posted before for £669.95, the only difference being this is a I5 8400 processor 5% Quidco General BRAND: AWD-IT MODEL NUMBER: AWD-IT-8400-1060-Z3 WARRA… Read more
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Same price with a gtx 1070 Here


Why have these guys not mentioned what brand of various parts are they using ?


This is not a "deal" as you can build same +120GB SSD for same price. I can't understand why it's so hyped :D


Coffee lake prices will be coming down now with the h310, h370 and b360 mobos out. I would imagine this has a lot of cheap parts, probably with a H310. Yes is a H310... £40 motherboard.


Link please.

Gaming PC under £700 with great GPU (i5 7400 3.5GHz, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB , 8 GB DDR4 2400mHz) - £669.95 @ AWD-IT
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Found this on their Easter Sale. Default specs should suffice for a comfortable 1080p gaming experience in most of the games. I think it will give at least 60 FPS on Max settings… Read more

AWD-IT used before for components , good prices and service . But would never buy a prebuilt P.C from any shop or online


It all depends on what you want to play; personally I'm happy with Football Manager, Civ IV, Company of Heroes, and some tycoon game. My only "complaint" on this build is the lack of an SSD, even just for the operating system. The difference in speed between a mechanical and solid drive really is chalk and cheese. Those LED lights are unnecessary for my liking, and I wouldn't need an optical drive. Take those out and give me an SSD, for around £600, and this would be a very good deal indeed.


WTF is wrong with you ffs. troll someone else


Says the guy who keeps coming back for more (y) alright pal!


you can troll all you like - obviously have too much time on your hands

Dell Mixed Reality Gaming PC Bundle £1749.99 at Microsoft Store
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Bundle includes: • Alienware 15 R3 693HT Gaming Laptop • Dell Visor Windows Mixed Reality Headset with Motion Controllers • Kingston HyperX Cloud Stinger Gaming headset

Ah nice Man. I love the extra life you get with 17” but mine is mainly used for college so 15” is good..... for now


last year i picked up 2x 17" gtx 1070 8gb 16gb i7 7700 £4000 approx for £1305 due to argos error i ordered 1 laptop and got two. now thats a bargain (still have the 2nd)


A 1060 for £1,750 is madness. I'd be looking for a 1080 if I was going to spend that. Cold I'm afraid.


I picked up a 15” r3, gtx 1070, 16gb ram blah blah for less than £1000 last year.... £750 for these ‘extras’ is crazy


I'd want to see a better GPU in the laptop for 1400 quid. Lots of 1060 machines going around on HUKD with similar CPUs & 1060's for nearer 1000. Overpriced Alienware as usual. I'd want a 1070 minimum. Especially for VR/MR.

i5, 8GB RAM, GTX 1050 Ti, Windows 10 with 1 TB HDD PC + 2 x 24inch monitors + Keyboard + Mouse - £652.00 @ kelsusit eBay
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
FULL GAMING SETUP FOR UNDER £700!! Not the newest i5 but will still run better than most AMD processors :D Even with 16gb RAM this is super cheap, get your hands on it before s… Read more

Why post silly AMD comments on a deal? No wonder this has gone icy......Coupled with the fact it's not a good deal anyway.


While I wouldn't touch refurbished parts with a bargepole, anyone who thinks the CPU is a bottleneck for that GPU doesn't know what they're on about.


This is a terrible waste of money


When you see words like "refurbished" and "Croydon" you have to wonder....


Seller listing as new other, but its refurbished. Hate people who do that.

Stormforce Onyx Gaming PC (A8 - £349 @ Amazon
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Seems like a decent PC for truly entry level gaming. Not going to run anything great but a fantastic price + 3yrs warranty! Next best price I could find was Argos @£439.99.
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Not sure why but I always pictured this much more your style: p.s. have tried but can't find a Kia modded case


Did you get bullied at school?


So you say gaming deals are the best way to get heat, and you post a -300 gaming deal; 10/10


You are whining about perceived whining. Good job!


in the early 90's would have been a mediocre purchase

Vortex Core XT Gaming PC - Windows 10 - 1TB HDD - 8GB DDR4 RAM - i5 - GTX 1050 ti £429.97 @ Currys (va eBay)
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Another pretty decent pre-built gaming PC which is capable of playing modern games at 900p/1080p 60FPS. Going by PCpartpicker if you where to build your self using the same specs … Read more

The original? Am sure you can still install and play single player. If not Gears of War Ultimate (Remaster) and Gears of War 4 is available on the Windows 10 store.


Can't play gears of war on PC no more :(




Not once did a say it was a bad deal. I simply said buying a PC like this is a better option. Due to being able to upgrade parts, access to both PC and Microsoft first party games like Forza, Sea Of Thieves, Gears Of War ect. Since you mention the 1070. The 1060 is pretty much on par with the Xbox One X. At 4K using a 1060 and a first gen i5 CPU the cheap PC is on par with the Xbox One X when it comes to 4K gaming. But obviously has the option to run games at 60FPS at a lower resolution.


Not sure why you think the xbox one x is a bad deal considering I've seen comparisons of a 1070 equiped PC running Forza Horizon 3 vs the one x and the differences were minimal really.

Punch Technology Ryzen 5 1060 6gb gaming pc £899.96 Ebuyer
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar I was getting a laptop now I'm getting a desktop trying to get a decent screen/spec and not red … Read more
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This is a good deal, not sure what all the hate is. All the builds being posted have 8gb ram instead of 16 and 3gb 1060 instead of 6gb. Also yeah windows is expensive if you don't buy a dodgy key. I just threw together pretty much the cheapest possible on partpicker, not including wi-fi and its 840, company has to make some mark-up and £50 aint bad if you dont want to build it yourself PCPartPicker part list: Price breakdown by merchant: CPU: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600 3.2GHz 6-Core Processor (£147.50 @ Aria PC) Motherboard: ASRock - AB350M-HDV Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard (£53.98 @ Ebuyer) Memory: Crucial - 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory (£139.00 @ Amazon UK) Storage: PNY - CS900 120GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£34.20 @ Ebuyer) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£35.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 6GB AMP! Edition Video Card (£269.98 @ Ebuyer) Case: Thermaltake - Versa H15 MicroATX Mid Tower Case (£31.79 @ Ebuyer) Power Supply: Corsair - Builder 500W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Power Supply (£46.50 @ Amazon UK) Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit (£82.72 @ More Computers) Total: £841.66 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-03-27 13:14 BST+0100


Thats not the same PC though, the one OP posted is a 6gb 1060 and 16gb DRAM

adamwebb8 this is a good deal too.


Unfortunately any prebuilt pc will come with windows 10 pre installed and that adds an extra £100 to the build (when you can get a key for £5 on ebay). I'd suggest using pc specialist and configuring a similarly speced pc with 1x8gb ddr4 for £753 (since I just checked). This is certainly a better option than ebuyer and they allow you to add a few things like the wifi card, change the case etc to suit your needs. I've had good experience from them before and they offer 3 year warranty standard. Beloe is the partslist and here is the link to configure it:

TheMev about something like this, which you customise? Sorry linky not working, it's under AMD gaming PC Ryzen 7-1700 for £899

EVE Online 75% Packs 99p - £19.99 @ Amazon
Found 25th MarFound 25th Mar
Looks like Amazon are doing some deals today in regards EVE online packs, if anyone still plays this!

If you fancy coming back just to give it a try, shoot me a message here and I can see about getting you fixed up ;)


I was in a great corp, that was there for each other. I checked the other night, and most of my old friend had not logged in for a couple of years (I have not for 10 years), so the game is dead to me :(.


unfortunately I don't :( my main was more PVP pilot 50 something million SP (which was high when I left the game) and two others which I spent most of the time training to use Hulks and mine for my money with one that can fly Capitals.


Unfortunately there are definitely some people in the game who seem to thrive on making it unpleasant for people they come across, I would honestly say they are in the minority. Sorry this happened to you :/


I find the game to be a hive of scum and villainy, full of people that just pray on others than make their own way proper. I couldn't take it after a while, last time was when they cleaned me out when I thought I was joining a new Corp. Anyway it saved me a month sub so in a way good riddence to the game.

HyperX Cloud Alpha Pro Gaming Headset £59.99 @ Currys
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
I own the Cloud 2's and I have to say they are excellent! If you have a (good) internal or discrete soundcard, they sound even better! The Alpha feel better, have better and louder… Read more

How is everyone finding these? thinking of returning them as my mic is picking up audio from either a game or music on both Xbox one and PC but they sound great which is a shame


Don't know whether to get these or the Cloud 2 for the XboxOne? Anybody know if one is better than the other for console?


Currently got the cloud 2's, loved em but daughter broke them and the mic no longer works, even with a replacement. Trying to decide between these or the revolver s?


Got these today. They are plenty loud enough on Xbox 1x using 3.5mm jack on the stock controller. Previously using turtle beach xo1's via turtle beach plug in adaptor Two points though. 1) sounded quieter initially with volume dial on full till I realised sound in settings was set to half (these settings are ignored when using turtle beach adaptor above). Plenty loud enough once set to full in settings and then adjusted to comfortable level using in line dial. 2) inline mic switch doesnt work if you forgot you turned mic off in the xb1x settings lol.


There is a thing called "Push to talk" :). The mic on these or the stinger is not the same quality as the modmic. The zalman mic will match the quality of these for £8 if you only care about gaming it's more than good enough. It has clips to attach along your headphone cable if 2 cable are a concern. You can then pick up something like the aforementioned sennheiser 206 for £23, AKG K92 for £33 or maybe the AKG K240 for £51 or whatever headphones you prefer. Later if you decide to get new headphones you can easily swap over the mic. Some people will prefer having an all in one and that's fine just so long as it's an informed decision. Gaming headphones are just headphones with a mic built in some people don't realise that. If you are the sort that has to worry about your headphones breaking because you wear them while gaming(wtf are you doing that this is a concern? :)) I highly recommend spending more on some beyerdynamic DT 770 when they are on sale they will last you decades.

MSI AEGIS Gaming PC - Intel Core i5-6400 2.7GHz, 16GB RAM + 1TB HDD + 256GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX1070 8GB - £999.98 at  Ebuyer
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Thought this may be good for a GTX 1070 desktop. They do a 1060 version which is £50 cheaper. I'm not sure how good MSI are, so feel free to post advice and past experinces :)
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350 W power supply too bad, plus the i5 6400 will bottleneck the gtx 1070


You're welcome mate - I'd say that the clock speeds on a 6400 are probably low enough to hold back anything over a gtx1060/970 or RX470/580 level on the fairly regular. A 6700k or even locked 6700 if it's significantly cheaper will be a bold upgrade. People will assume against the 6700k because it's unlocked and your board is probably locked, but the 6700k has a significant clock speed boost on the 6700 regular which is important in trying to maximise on such a platform. Good luck


Thanks for taking the time to respond. I have a very similar set up myself at the moment and feel that the i5-6400 is holding it back slightly. Will do some research and price up that i7-6700k when I get home. Cheers again.


And a 1080ti please?


Storm force pc

Medion S91 Gaming PC, i5 7400, Nvidia GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB RAM, 1TBHDD + 120GB SSD, Windows 10 - £599 at AMAZON.ES
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
First of all, this is from Amazon Spain , you will need a currency card to get the price above. I used Revolut, it's free to set up, and you can get a virtual card also for free … Read more

Seems a bit overpriced, managed to get a dell Inspiron 5675 with a Ryzen 1400, 8gb ram and a GTX 1060 6gb for under £500 from dell outlet and that comes with a years warranty so you might wanna keep an eye out for deals there.


My order has gone through with 4.99EUR for delivery. When an item can't be shipped to the UK it says so in the delivery options section (not the case here).


I understood that Amazon Spain won't deliver to UK since last year. Please correct me if I'm wrong


What was your shipping cost

Fierce CHEETAH Gaming PC, Intel Core i7 8700K 4.7GHz, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, 16GB RAM, GTX 1080 Ti 11GB - £1,882.95 @ GAME
Found 18th MarFound 18th Mar
Includes a 24-inch 1080p/full HD monitor, an LED-Backlit gaming keyboard and mouse kit and a great stereo gaming headset. Equipped with vivid, customizable RGB LED lights, enabling… Read more
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Hey you wrote "So, could we build it cheaper? For sure. We leave out all the unsuitable crap and pay a pro £75 to assemble something that works as a whole" - whats your company name please. Thanks


OK, I've had it confirmed by the builders Fierce PC it is 8700k cpu as listed. (y)


You hit the nail on the head good sir, if such a part listed existed it would of been posted by now. I would imagine it's struggle to even get the same identical parts for this price in the current price trend, nevermind better ones. Genuine big respect for anyone that actually does post such a list in stock, otherwise, speculate all you want. As far as I'm concerned, it doesn't exist.


Chill out mate! It was a vague comment though. And yes of course i believe you, did you not read my comment of me building my pc last year? Why has no one actually posted where you can build this for cheaper or a better one.


What's vague about it? Do you really want me to list every part? My point was about it always being cheaper to built it yourself than to buy prebuilt, if you don't believe me, that's fine

Stormforce Tabular Gaming PC - SLI GTX 1080 / i7 7700k @ 4.8GHz / 32GB RAM / 512GB NVMe SSD + 4TB HDD / AIO Cooler / 3yr Warranty £2,299.99 @ Box
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
Okay so this is a hefty bit of kit and likely OTT for many, but IF you do want something like this, then it could be of interest. I would say it's good for upgrades... But you're n… Read more
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This cpu and chipset is now over a year since its release - so your given 3 to 5 years one could class is as already between 33 and 20 percent of its life already spent. That is before even considering the fact it is already a previous generation product. Not a big deal when the market is uncompetitive and generation variances are just small increments. In a market where there is competition present, obsolescence accelerates, newer products jump in their advancements and prices tumble as the competitive edge is sought. Why would 1999 stick in my mind in demonstrating a competitive market in this segment!


Not really no, you need a system marked up as having gtx 1080ti sli to cover your needs.


Yeah not great. Awful case again from Stormforce.


Ahh ok never used that.. will have a look. Presume it searches by URL?


Is this good enough for word processing?? 🤣🤣🤣

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