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Used 4gb DDR3 1866MHz ram £18 instore @ CEX
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Pretty good deal if you want some ram. In the Sheffield store there was some Corsair vengeance for a cheap price compared to online. Online and in store prices may vary but most of… Read more
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thisismyalias4 h, 57 m ago

Can pick up better memory (DDR4) for a little more price or some budget …Can pick up better memory (DDR4) for a little more price or some budget ram of the same type. Plus you would be a mug to trust a ram chip on a shelf in cex


DDR4 won't fit into his rig, dude
What's the different from buying instore to buying online?

Is online separate from the stores?
Can pick up better memory (DDR4) for a little more price or some budget ram of the same type. Plus you would be a mug to trust a ram chip on a shelf in cex
Your experience at CEX when it comes to selling or returning items depends entirely on which store you go to, my local is brilliant and has always gave me my money back without question from faulty hard drives to phones that randomly died for no apparent reason, where as another store I went to tried to class the pristine condition and unlocked phone I was selling to them as a B grade that was locked to EE...

Just go to another store if you have any problems, you'll find that it can be a very different atmosphere when it comes to how the staff handle things.
luvsadealdealdeal8 m ago

it just means play it carefully, eg take photos of the RAM as it is when …it just means play it carefully, eg take photos of the RAM as it is when you bought it in CEX store - CEX won't have a leg to stand onPay with a credit card as you could theoretically use chargeback to get your money back no matter whatEbay might be safer as basically the buyer is always right if there's a genuine fault in the RAM - and as you have both a PayPal & Ebay guarantee you'll get a refund


I know and I agree , but on the flip side it’s ridiculous a person has to go to these measures.

It’s like you are guilty until you can prove your innocent by default which is just wrong and disgusting of them.

As a company If you deal heavily in used goods you have to be prepared to deal with negatives that come along with those types of goods.

Call me old fashioned lol but I just think their approach is wrong.
AMD Avenger Home (KAV3-1) PC - £459.99 @ Palicomp
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AMD Athlon X4 950 - 4 Cores (Standard 3.5Ghz/Turbo 3.8Ghz) ASUS A320M-K CRUCIAL 8GB DDR4 2133Mhz HYNIX 240GB SSD SEAGATE 1TB HDD SATA3 - 6Gb/s AMD RX 550 4GB (O.C) FRACTAL DE… Read more
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Where does the coal go in?
Battenberg14 h, 57 m ago

Best thing to do is put some time into researching individual components …Best thing to do is put some time into researching individual components and what's good atm, especially with the GPU and CPU, and then build your own. Might sound intimidating but it's pretty simple these days, there's literally a YouTube video to walk you through each and every stage. It'll take a while to get up to speed with what's good and what the typical prices are but you can use tools like PCpartpicker to check current prices and compatibility before finalising on a build. As people have said this is a pretty poor specification for a gaming PC and it's significantly overpriced for what you get.


+1 .. build your own and feel good about yourself. Check YT for vidz.
Gaming PC, for minecraft. Edit: I mean, minesweeper
"Best selling pc in 2016". That says it all
Macdory56 m ago

If you do not fancy building your own, I have always found DinoPC …If you do not fancy building your own, I have always found DinoPC reasonable and a solid company.https://www.dinopc.com/


I used these for my 1st gaming pc, they were great. Rebuilt it 6 months later though once i kind of knew what i was doing
Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-04 Windowed Mid-Tower ATX  Computer Case - Black/Grey, £39.99 @ Amazon
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Prime exclusive. Angular exterior design with a large, tinted side panel window Room for up to five 120mm fans with one 120mm front fan pre-installed Expansive storage space wi… Read more
Bruno.Harris7 h, 33 m ago

Cmon it's £40 it's obviously acrylic


Weird, I spent £8 more on a Bitfenix Nova TG and it has a full side window which is tempered glass and it's not terribley made either
Cheap_as_Chimps1 h, 49 m ago

It's weight savingWhere does the optical drive go?


There isn't a slot as usual
LukeyWolf2 h, 2 m ago

Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered …Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered glass?


It's weight saving

Where does the optical drive go?
Edited by: "Cheap_as_Chimps" 19 h, 44 m ago
I should have waited. Bought one last month. >.<
LukeyWolf27 m ago

Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered …Looks cheap and plasticy, also is the side window acrylic or tempered glass?


Cmon it's £40 it's obviously acrylic
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StormForce-i7-6700K Quad Core Gaming PC, 16GB, 3TB + 256GB, Win10, GTX 1080 - £1299 @ zoostorm-sales / eBay
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Looks a good deal, and comes with 3 year warranty with Stormforce! Intel Core i7-6700K Quad Core CPU WD 3.0TB SATA3 3.5" 6GB/s Hard Drive - WD30EZRZ WD 250GB M.2 2280 Blue So… Read more
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How does this compare the the p75 i bought in 1995?
blaine9 h, 51 m ago

Useless graph because anyone with this spec system wouldn't be playing at …Useless graph because anyone with this spec system wouldn't be playing at 720p. Ryzen CPUs are more equal a sometimes pull ahead at quad hd and 4k.


At 1080p the gap closes but the hierarchy is still intact, and the intel quads still comfortably lead every Ryzen.

The higher the resolution the more you lean on the GPU, and so the gap minimises to near nothing. You aren't testing CPUs then, you are just doing a GPU test.

However the reason why you would use a CPU bound low resolution test is because it can be a very good indicator of how fast a given CPU can drive modern games and utilise the GPU resources available.

So when your next GPU upgrade in the near future is far more powerful the faster CPUs will likely drive it to better framerates even at higher resolution that you might play at. Less chance of a bottleneck with more GPU performance.

Intel dominate in this regard for games. 6700k is still a very fast gaming CPU with no AMD equal.
Chan_Ben1 h, 25 m ago

This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a …This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a different name for past year. Even if you compare the performance with an old i7 2nd generation, the performance is still not very far off - consider it's an very old cpu. The 6th and 7th generation barely have any improvement.



While this has been true for years and it does suck for consumers, from a business perspective you absolutely can't blame them. For nearly a decade they have had absolutely no competition with the higher end chips.

Then Ryzen came out and all of a sudden the jump from the 7700K to the 8700K is the biggest performance jump seen between intel generations in a long time. It's great that AMD are putting up a decent fight again.

Looking at it all from only a gaming perspective throws things off a bit. Games are notoriously bad at utilizing multiple cores well. In other CPU intensive applications the high core/ thread count CPU's leave this kind of CPU in the dust.

But given this is being sold as a gaming PC this CPU is still one of the best CPU's for gaming, where the speed and number of instructions per cycle each core can do is far more important to performance than the number of cores.

Edit: Not saying anyone here has been ripped off yet but those buying graphics cards on ebay be careful. There have been a lot of fake cards showing up on ebay. Old 560's,etc flashed with a fake BIOS to make them show up as newer cards.
Edited by: "Spectral" 17th Feb
DarrylJohn17 h, 46 m ago

I got a cyberpower luxe VR on ebay. 1080ti, 16gb ddr4 3200. 256gb SSD and …I got a cyberpower luxe VR on ebay. 1080ti, 16gb ddr4 3200. 256gb SSD and a 7700k. Here's me thinking it was a gaming PC. Paid 1040, part picker and its 1600+. Damn... what a waste.


It's not all about the £. I said for a budget build it's good, for a performance pc it's not.
vulcanproject21 h, 43 m ago

6700k is basically way faster than any Ryzen for gaming. It's also pretty …6700k is basically way faster than any Ryzen for gaming. It's also pretty much exactly the same performance clock for clock as a 7700k, the 7700k is just clocked higher. 12 modern games test average, CPU bound:[Image] You can usually easy take a 6700k to 4.6GHz and it'll be the third/fourth fastest gaming CPU on a mainstream platform currently available when overclocking is factored. Behind an 8700K, 7700K and maybe an 8600k.Nothing feeble about it, even if it is now over 2 years old!


This just shows how Intel has been basically selling the same cpu with a different name for past year. Even if you compare the performance with an old i7 2nd generation, the performance is still not very far off - consider it's an very old cpu. The 6th and 7th generation barely have any improvement.
Stormforce Inferno Desktop Gaming PC - i7-7700K @ 4.8Ghz / GTX 1080 8GB / 512GB NVMe SSD + 3TB HDD / 16GB DDR4 £1549.99 @ Box
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zeekillah22 h, 53 m ago

Can this run chrome well? Will I be able to go on website while listening …Can this run chrome well? Will I be able to go on website while listening to music?


I can confirm tested and working well. But if you run Winamp and try and move it around the screen you do still get a lag effect.
darynquinn46 m ago

Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct …Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct memory for the processor, but as it's a Z270 motherboard you can overclock anyway


2400 ram will only reach 2666 at best.(unless you get a mislabeled pair)
Overclocking 2400 ram will break the same official guidelines.
Putting faster ram in it doesnt, because until you manually speed it up it will run at official supported frequencies. So there. ;#}
lonewanderer22772 h, 42 m ago

Where? I'd love to see a laptop with identical specs for the same price!


Where?
geolykos3 h, 17 m ago

Not sure why people rate it hot when there's another deal £300 cheaper. …Not sure why people rate it hot when there's another deal £300 cheaper. Then again people here always vote what they like and want, not what is a good deal. Cold for me, you can buy a laptop with more or less the same specs (even GPU) for the same price.



Where? Can you post a link please?

lonewanderer22772 h, 42 m ago

Where? I'd love to see a laptop with identical specs for the same price!

joe_shmoe34 m ago

Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.It is what it …Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.It is what it is, tho hindering the machine with 2400 ram is a bit silly with the rest of the specs.



Kaby Lake only officially supports up to 2400mhz ram so it's the correct memory for the processor, but as it's a Z270 motherboard you can overclock anyway
Edited by: "darynquinn" 14th Feb
Really highly specced cos desperate to shift those old cpu's.
It is what it is, tho hindering the machine with 2400 ram is a bit silly with the rest of the specs.
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AMD's newest APU 2200G for £88.98 at Ebuyer
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Great price for an APU with AMD's latest technologies (Ryzen 4-core with Vega 8 graphics). You don't need a graphics card with this but can add one as an option later, compatible w… Read more
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Got this for a tiny bit more from Amazon today. Paired with a GTX 1060. Blooming amazing....
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Wonderlanddoll14 h, 46 m ago

Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc …Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!


You can't go wrong with choosing AMD's AM4 platform, as AM4 motherboards (which are comparatively cheaper than Intel's) are compatible with this or any of AMD's Ryzen CPUs, including Ryzen+ 2000-series coming in April, and will last a gen even after that at least. So once you plumb for AM4, it's a question of whether you want to go super cheap but performant and then upgrade to a new CPU or GPU later with the 2200G, or spend quite a lot more money on a separate CPU (Ryzen 1600) along with a dGPU to go with it (cheaper options like RX 560 or GTX 1050 Ti) which have quite a bit more performance and will be ok to get by 1080p gaming at lower settings.
Surely anyone serious about playing 1080p games on high/ultra settings knows that a £89 APU isn't going to cut it. What does make sense is the AM4 motherboard taking all the ryzen 3,5 and 7 processors. So perhaps this would be a good stepping stone to building a lower end PC.
Edited by: "mrniallcameron" 15th Feb
Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!
Gaming and this CPU do not make sense... unless you plan to play faster than light, dont say this is good for gaming, its not and never will be... the PS4 has more grunt and will be better for gaming.
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Tales of Symphonia £3.74 @ Steam
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THE EPIC BATTLE FOR SURVIVAL In a dying world, legend has it that a Chosen One will one day rise from amongst the people and the land will be reborn. The line between good and evi… Read more
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jonathan21323 m ago

I have it on the GameCube!


great little console i still have mine
supermqd4 h, 46 m ago

played it on the cube tried on pc and it seemed slow (750m 4b) should try …played it on the cube tried on pc and it seemed slow (750m 4b) should try again


I have it on the GameCube!
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jonathan2132 h, 18 m ago

Classic


played it on the cube tried on pc and it seemed slow (750m 4b) should try again
Classic
Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor - £260.33 - Sold by netXit and Fulfilled by Amazon
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The Intel Core i7-7700K processor. Architected for performance, this processor packs 4 high-performing cores with core base frequency of 4.2GHz and 8MB of cache memory. Kick up the… Read more
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twix4128th Jan

It's 12 months old, not what I would call brand new in the PC world, has …It's 12 months old, not what I would call brand new in the PC world, has also been superceded by the i7 8700k, however that's a different socket.

Nope they're the same socket, but different chipset support.
Rtamlin1173 h, 23 m ago

As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation w …As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation where a company’s/hospital’s computer systems engineer does not update the bios of the main boards due to outdated hardware that are running their systems 24/7. The building company I work for as a manager , we use windows OS running on old hardware that is definitely not supported by bios updates on these dinosaurs main boards, some even have a floppy drive at the workstation, do you think companies like this will understand the dangers? Yes but only when and after it happens , the company’s computer man didn’t know what’s what!! Its like ACM, post 1999,remember the easy fixes are to look after your old family members with their out of date tablets and old smartphone , and check for the absolute latest OS software for it , if it can’t run the last android or Apple and the rest !!!bin it. I would hate for some old folk to loose their life savings ,Apologies, grammar ,



Maybe throw away the contents of the tower and stick a raspberry pi in there!!!!
If they think it's still windows they won't complain too much...
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As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation where a company’s/hospital’s computer systems engineer does not update the bios of the main boards due to outdated hardware that are running their systems 24/7.


The building company I work for as a manager , we use windows OS running on old hardware that is definitely not supported by bios updates on these dinosaurs main boards, some even have a floppy drive at the workstation, do you think companies like this will understand the dangers? Yes but only when and after it happens , the company’s computer man didn’t know what’s what!!

Its like ACM, post 1999,


remember the easy fixes are to look after your old family members with their out of date tablets and old smartphone , and check for the absolute latest OS software for it , if it can’t run the last android or Apple and the rest !!!bin it. I would hate for some old folk to loose their life savings ,

Apologies, grammar ,
Tom.Wilson1 h, 4 m ago

And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet …And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!

Edited by: "Rtamlin117" 29th Jan
Tom.Wilson17 m ago

And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet …And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!


It's not even because of performance now either, the Intel patches were pulled because they weren't stable. People were experiencing crashing and system lock ups...

Not to mention that Intel have tried to sell the vulnerability as a feature... Their PR department are just trying the old "throw everything and see what sticks" (, though by everything I just mean excuses). Problem is that doesn't exactly work with customer satisfaction...

i7 9XXX now designed NOT to give your private crypto keys away to any curious programs, what a future we live in.
Or are they going to follow join Microsoft in following Apple and just jump straight to the i7 10XXX, as though that adds distant to this debacle?

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Rtamlin1176 m ago

Remember everyone to check your main/motherboard bios for the lastest …Remember everyone to check your main/motherboard bios for the lastest updates against spectre and the OS patch/update for meltdown (including your mobile devices,Q. What if your mobile devices are not supported anymore by the manufacturer or software vender? A. Discard at your earliest opportunity.Appoligies I do say “ At your earliest opportunity as a lot of people in 2018 use online banking £€$¥BTCLTC..........I’d advise all your older family members who still use old tables and alike to renew them or bin them. The thing that worrys me is the media telling the world , but then again we are now informed!!!!Stay safe. - Meltdown = OS update- Spectre = main/motherboard update https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vgHEpiIcI4o


And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!
ADMI GAMING PC: Intel Core I7 7700 3.6Ghz Quad Core CPU £899.95 FREE UK delivery@ ADMI Limited UK via Amazon.
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Has anyone seen any good gaming PC deals? Ideally for about £500.
Its a first gaming PC for my son so dont want to go mad. Thanks

Edit - I have a monitor and keyboard etc. Just the tower .. ta
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gazdoubleu42 m ago

Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that …Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that graphics card, so processor is a bit of a waste of money if just for gaming. If you can self build then its the way forward. This probably has a £50 motherboard and no name PSU. For this price you could put in a gaming motherboard an overclockable i5 8600k (which easily beats this i7 without overclocking) 3000mhz memory and an Nvidia GTX 1070.


Nonsense.
Lol at buying a pc or parts at current record prices
Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that graphics card, so processor is a bit of a waste of money if just for gaming. If you can self build then its the way forward. This probably has a £50 motherboard and no name PSU. For this price you could put in a gaming motherboard an overclockable i5 8600k (which easily beats this i7 without overclocking) 3000mhz memory and an Nvidia GTX 1070.
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Acer Predator  15 G9-593 Gaming Laptop £1199.89 (Costco) from Monday 29th
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Just got Costco coupon booklet through email thought I’d give this a mention seems a good deal as others are like 1400 and over for same one. Offer starts Monday 29th jan till 18 f… Read more
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Price brings it inline with scan.co.uk pricing which have similar laptop specs but include Gsync and newer processors. Cold
i7-6700HQ its old
1200 for a 1060. Nope
Stormforce Tornado Desktop Gaming PC - i5-7400 - GTX 1060 6GB - 1TB HDD + 128GB - M.2 NVMe SSD - 16GB RAM - W10 @ £749.99 @ Box (3 Year Warranty)
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I've seen a few pre-builts around recently, including a similar spec model to this, although with a 3gb 1060 and 8GB Ram. Not everyone will want pre-built, but if you're in the mar… Read more
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Looking at building a ~£800 PC and this specs up well in comparision. If it was in a plain black case I would snap this up... No idea why anyone want want this monstrosity on their desk. Shame.
I've got my 1060 overclocked with a Ryzen 5 1600 overclocked and it's a 1440p beast I love it 1080 it absolutely slaughters it's a great bit of kit. I actually built it because I was super disappointed in the one x 4k. Not native 30fps if your lucky was not for me. Obviously they have the odd game that kills at 4k Forza being one but my 1060 does Forza in 4k 60fps with the same settings it's not an overly demanding game. So yea this machine is killer especially when you consider the other benefits that come with a pc. No online fees cheaper games music production video production photo editing. Aw3some
Spec wise this is really good for the money. I'm building a Ryzen machine right now, which, why it may be more upgrade-able in future, is slightly weaker in spec than this and I've gone for low budget. I'd say if you're looking for a decent 1080p machine this is actually a pretty good deal.

Case is horrific though.
not liking the case. looks like 1 from the 90s
SavvySpender5 m ago

Yes, just check the resolution your TV and PC monitor first - the higher …Yes, just check the resolution your TV and PC monitor first - the higher the resolution, the better your graphics card will need to be to maintain a decent frame rate Though you could always tweak the game settings to improve the frame rate.If you're thinking of playing a few games in particular, do a Google search before you buy to get an idea of how they'll run - e.g. "1060 gtx overwatch benchmarks".


Thanks
Cities Skylines Deluxe Edition PC/Mac - £4.99 @ CDKeys
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BARKMAN1 h, 38 m ago

Sounds like I’d best go for the PS4 version. Thanks

You might want to check to see how the game performs on the same or similar specs, there's typically plenty of videos of such. From what I've heard, the game runs pretty smooth on the lowest settings on Intel HD graphics. The Steam version also has tons of user-made mods and assets that you can download (but of course on a Macbook, too many would become an issue). The PS4 version however would run much better for sure in this case anyway, though costs 4x more.
rgbws35 m ago

It may be possible to run it on the lowest possible settings, though …It may be possible to run it on the lowest possible settings, though another issue is that the bigger the city, the bigger the performance hit.


Sounds like I’d best go for the PS4 version. Thanks
BARKMAN51 m ago

Great price and really want to play this. £20 for PS4 version or will my …Great price and really want to play this. £20 for PS4 version or will my few years old mac book pro run it?


It may be possible to run it on the lowest possible settings, though another issue is that the bigger the city, the bigger the performance hit.
Great price and really want to play this. £20 for PS4 version or will my few years old mac book pro run it?
DropMix Music Gaming System - £47.57 Amazon US (Includes all Fees)
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A really fun music based card game. Not only can you create some fun mixes but there's a lot of skill and tactics involved to win. You really have to see it in action to appreciat… Read more
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Valad3 h, 17 m ago

Mine arrived today and I've enjoyed it much more than I expected. Have …Mine arrived today and I've enjoyed it much more than I expected. Have you found anywhere to buy the Discovery packs? Everywhere seems to be out of stock.


Amazon comes in stock regularly but it's random which ones you get unfortunately. Probably best to keep on eye on Game in-store when you're near.
spruceyb11th Jan

They sell them on Amazon UK, Very, Maplin and Game



Mine arrived today and I've enjoyed it much more than I expected. Have you found anywhere to buy the Discovery packs? Everywhere seems to be out of stock.
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Jamie9325 h, 36 m ago

Never heard of this game before just now, thanks for the heads up It's …Never heard of this game before just now, thanks for the heads up It's just a shame that purchasing extra card bundles for this will be difficult though over here due to it being an American-based product.


They sell them on Amazon UK, Very, Maplin and Game
Seems to have gone up in price now, just over £59.
At this price, I'll try pick it up soon
lame deal had no alienware in stock at the time
J_o_e_y3 h, 45 m ago

Think we could tell by your picture 👀


I hope by that you mean I look so handsomely wizened...
Incredible prices for what are essentially new laptops with a warranty to boot!

I bought a different model yesterday with a 15% student discount, but this is even better!
Cheers guys took the plunge and got the Alienware 15 r3. Says I might have to wait until the 22nd for it
mspen32 m ago

Anyone know if student discount can be stacked with this offer?


No
StormForce Glacier Ryzen 5 8GB 128GB 2TB GTX1060 Gaming PC £879.99 @ Argos on ebay
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If u build this spec yourself u would get roughly £800 so if you want it pre built, this is the closest ;) Turbocharge your gaming experience with the StormForce Glacier Gaming P… Read more
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So basically pay £80 for assembling ? I’d rather watch videos on youtube an …So basically pay £80 for assembling ? I’d rather watch videos on youtube and learn how to do it by myself if I were a noob. I mean.. it’s quite a good and fun DIY project to do.


When people keep saying that on prebuilt machines I think people devalue their time. It’s not completely wasted time as you are learning something but it’s a significant time sink especially if the person isn’t experienced with doing it. And that’s without the time taken to also have to research what parts to pick. That’s time you could be doing something else for example earning money in your job (or doing something else outside your main job to earn an income). £80 is a fair premium for saving a minimum of a coupe of hours but for many much more
Can some tell me how this is in comparison? It’s £1020 but has a 1070 etc.

Processor: Intel® Core™ i7-6700 (4 Core,up to 4.0GHz,8MB Cache, 65W)
Windows 10 Home (64bit)
16GB (1x16GB) 2133MHz DDR4
N-ECC2 TB 3.5inch SATA Hard Drive (7200RPM)
256GB PCIe Solid State Drive
8X DVD+/- RW Drive
8GB GDDR5 NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Graphics Memory
XPS 8910 EPA Chassis (460W)

btw my main interests are video editing and VR
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8gb ram. Wtf
Going to have to vote cold on this one. You can get one built with the likes of DinoPC for less (same specs different case) and includes 5 years standard warranty.
zak_natore-1073175691458927 m ago

So basically pay £80 for assembling ? I’d rather watch videos on youtube an …So basically pay £80 for assembling ? I’d rather watch videos on youtube and learn how to do it by myself if I were a noob. I mean.. it’s quite a good and fun DIY project to do.


£80 for convenience saved in building, with regards the warranty which is 3 years.. and also if you are a noob, you aren't making an £800 venture which could go very wrong if you make a mistake, I don't see how that's necessarily a bad thing. For some people the time it takes to watch enough YouTube videos to be even slightly confident, let alone actually source and build the pc is worth the extra. Heat added for a good looking build, it ticks all the boxes for gaming, decent graphics card, ssd for the OS and HDD for game storage, 6gb vram and 8gb memory which could be upgraded later, lots of ports and wifi, and a decent CPU for a balanced build, it's all looking quite good...
Omen by HP Intel i5 8GB 1TB 128GB SSD GTX1060 VR Gaming PC £604.99.99 @ Argos Ebay
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ollie872 h, 55 m ago

You could do a 8100, 1060 6GB (instead of the 3GB in this), and 8GB of RAM …You could do a 8100, 1060 6GB (instead of the 3GB in this), and 8GB of RAM for only £60 more than this.A 8100 is about 10% faster than the 7500, and the 6GB version of the GTX 1060 is also about 10% faster. Which means you're getting a 10% faster CPU and GPU for about 9-10% more. Plus you get to build it with your son, great activity. Also a newer platform with better room to upgrade along the way.Plus if you're upgrading an exisiting system there are parts you can reuse and save some cash there too.PM me if you want more information.


Its fine thanks, but been building them myself since the 80's.. I want to keep the Old PC gogin so can't harvest it, and very doubtful what you said for £60.00 more.
its a very good price for the spec.

It is probably the minimum spec for a VR machine, everything will be the minimum, the gfx card, the ram and the processor. Superb for everything else.
Curiously the CPU is listed as 6th Gen, but it's an i5-7400 supposedly, which is 7th Gen. 7400 would make it an Omen 870-260na for those that want to look it up. support.hp.com/my-…118
Good price, but how is this considered to be a VR machine?
I'm in need of a new PC and want to make use of today's ebay 20% voucher. I don't play games so this rig might be a bit of overkill.

Edit: Actually, my wife has just said she wants to be able to run some graphic design s/w, so would something like this be appropriate?

I thought this post might get lost in the ebay voucher thread, so hoping someone here might be able to help.

I haven't kept up with PC hardware, so would appreciate any pointers to a good ebay PC desktop only deal that will run windows 10 dual monitor.

Thanks.
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Gaming PC with Intel Core i7 8700K and NVIDIA GTX 1080 Ti - £1799.99 @ SCAN
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bjrosl33 m ago

I guess I was just trying to be frugal about the build. I know, that's …I guess I was just trying to be frugal about the build. I know, that's really odd on hotukdeals.com, but on other deals sites people actually like saving money.


Which is why I said it was a good idea of what you can get.

I was just giving the alternative more apples for apples perspective, so someone that does not know much about PC's or components can decide whether this is a good deal or not.
Slim9123 h, 54 m ago

Good idea of what you can get, but realistically imo... Looking at an …Good idea of what you can get, but realistically imo... Looking at an extra £100 on top for the GPU in this particular pre build, which I would prefer. Plus can't imagine anyone building this type of PC is going to be wanting a £18 CPU cooler (not sure what the pre build has) or £25 case, so likely looking to add at least another £100 there even if being restrained. Then take in to account delivery prices from all those merchants. Plus this is pre built to a professional standard (I assume), worry free, with a 3 year warranty.Personally I'd prefer to build my own, but for a pre built this is not far behind building yourself.



Slim9123 h, 54 m ago

Good idea of what you can get, but realistically imo... Looking at an …Good idea of what you can get, but realistically imo... Looking at an extra £100 on top for the GPU in this particular pre build, which I would prefer. Plus can't imagine anyone building this type of PC is going to be wanting a £18 CPU cooler (not sure what the pre build has) or £25 case, so likely looking to add at least another £100 there even if being restrained. Then take in to account delivery prices from all those merchants. Plus this is pre built to a professional standard (I assume), worry free, with a 3 year warranty.Personally I'd prefer to build my own, but for a pre built this is not far behind building yourself.



I guess I was just trying to be frugal about the build. I know, that's really odd on hotukdeals.com, but on other deals sites people actually like saving money.
Scottc1237 h, 2 m ago

... says the man who can't spell "you're".


Really??. And you just confirmed my original statement so..... 😜
bjrosl7 h, 17 m ago

Just for comparison, the parts end up costing around £1450:PCPartPicker …Just for comparison, the parts end up costing around £1450:PCPartPicker part list: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/sZRKFdPrice breakdown by merchant: https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/sZRKFd/by_merchant/CPU: Intel - Core i7-8700K 3.7GHz 6-Core Processor (£347.94 @ Aria PC) CPU Cooler: ARCTIC - Freezer 7 Pro Rev.2 45.0 CFM Fluid Dynamic Bearing CPU Cooler (£17.99 @ Overclockers.co.uk) Motherboard: Asus - Prime Z370-P ATX LGA1151 Motherboard (£104.99 @ Box Limited) Memory: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3200 Memory (£142.98 @ Ebuyer) Storage: Samsung - 250GB 2.5" Solid State Drive (£83.99 @ Box Limited) Storage: Western Digital - Caviar Blue 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£37.79 @ Aria PC) Video Card: Zotac - GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB Mini Video Card (£623.99 @ Amazon UK) Case: Deepcool - TESSERACT SW ATX Mid Tower Case (£24.99 @ Ebuyer) Power Supply: Corsair - TXM Gold 650W 80+ Gold Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply (£63.99 @ Ebuyer) Total: £1448.65Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when availableGenerated by PCPartPicker 2017-12-28 10:59 GMT+0000



Why does your list include a £25 case? he case on Scan is an £80 Fractal Design Meshify C.
i thjink the pc specilist pc is better value for money and a bit of a bargain at £1479

Intel® Core™i7-8700k
ASUS® PRIME Z370-P
16GB Corsair VENGEANCE 3000MHz
8GB GEFORCE GTX 1080
1TB WD BLACK
256GB WD Black™ M.2
corsair hydro v2

other than this buy a additional hard drive stick it in and your good to go

you will struggle to buy the parts for the money let alone have it delivered pre built

here is a review to check yourself
32934425-HavGc.jpgpcspecialist.co.uk
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Corsair ONE Pro GTX 1080 Ti M.2 SSD Compact VR Gaming PC - £2399 @ Scan
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Well reviewed, Compact, Quiet, 2 year Warranty. With Destiny 2, Assassins Creed® Origins,Total War: Warhammer II If you don't qualify for free delivery or collect, the total is £2… Read more
adamnshame1 h, 2 m ago

I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the …I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the individual components for mine it came to more than this. Not sure if that is true for this but even if it's close I'd say it's a good deal.


Obviously biased because I been watching this for a while and finally taken the plunge from Amazon (it's a tenner more expensive). It's beautiful solid metal, liquid cooled and literally whisper quiet.

You can get close to this price if you buy a cheap monster case and load it with grey import components.

When you also factor in that you just pop it out of the box plug it it in and go it's also saving you half a day of faffing about followed by weeks of ironing out creases.
I bought a similar build from PCSpecialist recently. When I priced up the individual components for mine it came to more than this. Not sure if that is true for this but even if it's close I'd say it's a good deal.
scorcher1 h, 14 m ago

But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty …But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty on everything?


Without a doubt and most parts come with a 3 year warranty anyway.
Not a great price at all IMO..
I'd be expect at least another 1080 Ti thrown in for that price.
scorcher2 m ago

But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty …But can you build something so compact and quiet, and with 2 year warranty on everything?


Yes, probably quieter and a lot of the parts will have more than a two year warranty.
Oculus Holiday Packs - showing as reduced when logged in - may be account specific
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The Holiday 'packs' are showing up for me on the Oculus Store app (the website if I log in) as being discounted. I don't know if it's account specific since I'd purchased the Gold … Read more
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Will Smith!
It deducts the games from the packs u have to get reduced price.
Hey, the prices are dropped because you now have games in those packs. For instance because you got the gold pack you now own super hot so that will make the green pack cheaper.
Gaming pc, Medion Erazer X5361 G, £799.97 @ Save On Laptops
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Intel Core i5-7400 Quad Core Processor 16GB DDR4 RAM 2TB HDD Microsoft Windows 10 Home Geforce® GTX 1070 8GB DDR5 Graphics Card Not a bad price for a prebuilt one if you don't want… Read more
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Reigan24th Dec

What the hell does that even mean you dumb phoneposter? also this …What the hell does that even mean you dumb phoneposter? also this """"gaming""" pc is horrible.


Phoneposter is now in the running for most retarded insult of 2017
cowsindahouse24th Dec

Flog the 7400, sling a 6400 in and whack it up to 4.5ghz if the …Flog the 7400, sling a 6400 in and whack it up to 4.5ghz if the motherboard allows.......profit...... Already drunk!


yes profit.. just need to hope they put in a compatible z170 motherboard in which I highly doubt.

more like a B250M
Dronelover38 m ago

If I were you with 100quid difference I will go for this one instead.


Yeah I figured the better GPU is worth it alone
ArcAndPie13 m ago

This or the 1060 Amazon deal for £699? I'm only interested in 1080p gaming …This or the 1060 Amazon deal for £699? I'm only interested in 1080p gaming on high/ultra and tends to be older games rather then newer ones (as I have a PS4 pro for stuff like that) or games that are only on PC like a lot of MMORPGs or RTS games


If I were you with 100quid difference I will go for this one instead.
This or the 1060 Amazon deal for £699? I'm only interested in 1080p gaming on high/ultra and tends to be older games rather then newer ones (as I have a PS4 pro for stuff like that) or games that are only on PC like a lot of MMORPGs or RTS games
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