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Gaming PC with AMD Ryzen 7 3700X and NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER - £1499.99 delivered @ Scan
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Decent spec PC for the price. 3XS Gamer Elite Designed, built and tested to the highest standards by our multi award winning team, the 3XS Gamer Elite features a high performanc… Read more
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This https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/mjeccs/saved/


Currently building: 3700X 570X mATX Corsair Ballistix 3600MHz 16GB C16 1TB WD NVMe + 500GB WD NVMe Corsair 650W 80+ Gold Thermaltake V21 Spent approx £840...budgeting another £300-£400 for 5700XT or 2060 Super.


Here you go, X570 motherboard, 3800X CPU, 2070 Super, 3600Mhz memory, 1TB Gen 4 SSD, Win 10 Pro, many parts will likely have more than 3 years warranty all for £1506 and building it yourself. Overall a much better and faster spec. Find Windows cheaper and a cheaper case, and you could shave £75 - £100 off. https://uk.pcpartpicker.com/user/Ron-ski/saved/dDqZZL Personally after having bought an overclocked CPU and motherboard bundle many years ago from Scan and finding the voltage way over the top I'd never buy a built PC from them, used them many time for parts though.


I got exactly the same last year for £1240 even that was to much but i couldn’t be bothered to build one.


Freezing cold. Spec is weak

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6GB Graphics Card - £203.89 delivered @ CCLOnline
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
This isn't in stock but is available to Pre Order, mine says it will arrive on 10th June. 6GB Graphics Memory PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan Nvidia … Read more

Just installed one of these for my youngest son today. Unbelievable card. Boosts to 2000 MHz out of the box. Maxes out Fortnite graphics settings at 1080p at over 100FPS with a fairly old 2 core 4 thread i3 CPU.


Box.co.uk has it and they are selling £230, any good of this ?


Always post after you've got what you need yourself ;) There's plenty to go around...spirit of the site and all that!


haha, delete this, too many competitors to fight with.


Yes, from the warehouse. Most of the decent card appear for literally minutes before they are sold. I'm on mobile so can't do you a link sorry, but this is how to see them: 1) Type in a general search parameter like 'gtx' 2) Select prime 3) Select graphics cards from the category 4) Select Amazon Warehouse as the seller under 'more filters' 5) Sort price high to low You have to go into each of them for the prices to display, but usually the good ones stick out as you will spot them in the middle of the mediocre cards so you know that it'll be for a good price. What's frustrating though is with the last update to the amazon mobile app, the number of results isn't displayed so you flat notice of more have been listed unless you scroll through all the results. On desktop, you can still see the number of results though. Take condition with a pinch of salt, and be mindful that unless it's listed as 'like new', the warranty has probably already been registered so you'd only have Amazon's money back guarantee if it's faulty. Better than eBay though if you ask me. Seen loads over the last 5/6 weeks, but these are some of the highlights: Gtx 1650 super OC £131 Gtx 1060 6GB £101 1660 Super £138 1660ti £216 2070 super £346 And the Zotac 1080 I got for £186. All varying conditions. You do have to check many times a day although the peak times I've noticed for cards being added is between 3-7pm and 1-4am. Cards seem to be listed from all European Amazon sites so many people have access to them. Good luck (y)

New Dell G3 15 Gaming Laptop (10th Gen i7-10750H, RTX 2060, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) for £1,149.07 @ Dell Shop
Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
One of the cheapest RTX 2060 laptops at the moment with 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD. Only been out a few days, coinciding with the G5 AMD and G5 Intel 10th Gen releases. Main specs: 10… Read more

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guys, loading times between ssd and nvme are about the same. The difference is when you move thousands of files but for gaming it doesn't actually make any difference whatsoever. And there's no difference even when you load up windows.


Just check the benchmark reviews I think in reality there isn’t a gaming laptop available that you can actually put on your lap whilst gaming But I’m thinking more of the G5 onwards which hits around 61 degrees


Is this still the case with these newer Ryzen CPUs? I thought they're much better now, they used to have this problem in the past, was thinking that's not applicable to the Ryzen series.


No, Intel are cooler chips it’s what let’s amd down, also Intel is better for gaming but amd is better for productivity

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PC SPECIALIST Vortex ST-S Gaming PC - Core™ i7 9700, RTX 2070 Super,16GB RAM, 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Damaged Box @ Currys_clearance eBay
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Key Features THIS ITEM HAS A DAMAGED BOX ! Take your gaming to the next level with the PC Specialist Vortex SR Intel® Core™ i7 RTX 2070 Gaming PC. Featuring a 9th gen Intel® Core™… Read more
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"Key Features THIS ITEM HAS A DAMAGED BOX !" (y)


I'd recommend they look at Caseking.de for pre-builts and they even have a configurator so they can put in the specs they want and order the machine to made.


Thats crazy expensive for those old specs, get him a 3600, decent mobo, rx5700xt and at least 16gg 3200mhz. something around those lines, with case and decent psu + hdd and ssd can be found for £800-900. A prebuilt might be a bit more expensive.


Just put an alert for gaming computer on here. My mate is looking for a prebuilt for his cousin in Germany, these are the specs he's looking for, budget £1,100-200, let me know if you find any good deals guys, thanks. I personally don't know anything about this stuff. Prozessor: i7 7700k Grafikkarte: GeForce GTX 1070 RAM: 16 GB Festplatte: 512GB SSD

PC SPECIALIST Vortex ST-S Gaming PC - Core™ i7 9700, RTX 2070 Super,16GB RAM, 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Damaged Box @ Currys_clearance eBay
Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Prices from the other week when I posted this up with the £75 off offer. So it looks like the parts could be from looking at the pc specialist website plus forum posts, and on ol… Read more
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It's freezing in here


Or i just copied and paste from the last time i put this machine up...the description says that at the very top. :) As i said ill try to call pc specialist at some point tomorrow :)


You have a good memory to remember all these spec details then...


I'll jump into tardis to go back a few weeks, I'm not going through my search history for ages finding random threads on the forum, the pc specialist configurator, and wayback machine back ups. I'll call pc specialist tomorrow and get them to confirm / make, amendments :) .


Gonna get pretty chilly 😏

MSI Infinite S 9SC Intel® Core™ i5 RTX 2060 Gaming PC - 128gb ssd 1 TB HDD REFURBISHED £663.20 @ Currys_Clearance eBay
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
Description Key Features THIS ITEM HAS BEEN REFURBISHED From frantic FPS action to immersive MMORPG worlds, the MSI Infinite S 9SC Gaming PC helps you to get the best out of your … Read more
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Bargain But 350 watt power supply Obviously you can change it for a few quid but maybe why they're being returned through crashing due to the power supply


Very weird considering this is the MSI Gaming LAN edition board! A good price for a very capable machine...


This was a bargain,


Yeah people want alot for £530 and a 800 year warranty


yeah it was a CEX one for £530ish with a 1660ti, didnt say it had or didnt have a ssd thought, but i preguess its possible there. was a good price, even though it got knocked by some folks who didnt look at the bigger picture. ah well. keep a look out they come up often in various of formatts.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Super 6 GB Gaming OC Graphics Card - £220 delivered @ Currys PC World
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Posted 28th MayPosted 28th May
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Save £5 with code COMPONENTSFNDD - Was £225, now £220
EDIT: Item was listed at £220 when posted, but has since gone up to £225. EDIT2 & WARNING: There seems to be some debate over whether the item will be a 1660 "Super" or just t… Read more

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Yeh have no choice for now on. But why is it moderated? Cant see


ok i've posted as a deal now https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-geforce-gtx-1660-super-oc-6gb-graphics-card-3474643 If something else comes up you can always return it. From a quick search I think this is the cheapest a 1660 super has been though.


Thanks. Just ordered. maybe you can post this. Im just afraid maybe better deal comes before that


I've been trying to get through to someone on the phone since yesterday, I get through to an agent with a terrible line and explain the issue and then get transferred to a line which then drops the call. I'm just going to wait out the Paypal dispute and get my money back that way

Refurbished Gaming Desktop PC Specialist Tornado R5 Ryzen 5 3600 8GB 1TB & 128GB GTX 1660 - £518.98 delivered @ Laptops Direct
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
I am not particularly informed about gaming PCs but this refurbished unit looks a good deal at first glance. You might want to extend the warranty. Here's the description of the A… Read more

Just ask some one to build one for you that is what a bunch of people i know do. The problem with these sort of builds as well is they use low end parts and as others said board like a a320 no one should be touching those boards they are awful even the manufactures will tell you this when talking to them at events.


All fair mate, cheers!


I understand that but again used parts. If you want a used system you might aswell buy a used system and save the money


It's already built and comes with Windows installed. Fair enough you may be happy to do that yourself but there are still those who aren't for one reason or another.


used hardware total cost more than new. Stone cold deal

Zotac GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER 4GB Boost Graphics Card £152.48 Amazon
Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Zotac GeForce GTX 1650 SUPER 4GB Boost Graphics Card Super Compact 4K and HDR Ready Dual Fan Recommended Power Supply : 300 Watt Not at all a bad card for the price
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Because they keep launching the same cards and naming them something else.


Not quite sure why there is some hatred towards Nvidia and seemingly more specifically the 1650 Super. I have been keeping an eye on deals for a while and most deals on here turn into Nvidia bashing.


I was a bit late getting to order this so ended up with an estimated delivery date of 27th June. This then changed to 9th June and it's now getting delivered today. Now I just need to find a nice Matx case and some NVMe storage. Thanks for the post very happy with this.


It will work with any motherboard that has a pci-e socket aka Yes


Will this work with an Asrock p55 extreme motherboard?

ASUS TUF A15 FA506IV, 15.6" FHD, vIPS, 144Hz, Ryzen 7-4800H, GeForce RTX2060 (6GB), 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD) £1212.61 - @ Amazon Germany
Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Showing as Temp out of stock, but you can still place your order and it will be dispatched once they are back in. It it £1171 if you have a Fee Free card.
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Was very tempted to get this, but the screen is too much of a hit and miss for me. The screen doesn't get lit up nearly half as much as I would like, fans get loud, so be prepared if using it in the bed. These few niggles along with only a 4800H, and a QWERTZ kayboard, mean I must turn this one down too. Still waiting for my perfect laptop. Voting hot as its still a good deal for those looking for a 2060 4800H 144Hz beast.


how many points you get in 3dmark firestrike? thx I am thinking about either 3700x or 4800H and rtx2060


add on 20% vat and you have your £1200 price, US prices are without sales tax which varies by state.


There are two versions of the screen on these the bad one is the Panda which has bad colour reproduction and blurring. Some have had an AU optics panel fitted which is much better but hard to get hold off. Unfortunately it’s a panel lottery if you get the better screen.


Pretty much just Y and Z swapped. There may be labels for European characters but you can ignore them. I used a qwertz keyboard on a laptop for long periods with no problems.

ASUS GeForce RTX 2070 8 GB ROG Strix OC Graphics Card - £450 @ Currys PC World
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Don’t know if you consider this a good deal, but the next cheapest price is £520

looked at the deal, why the F aint that hot????? ah that would do it :>


Cold. Not super




I got the ASUS 2070 Super dual evo oc for £500 yesterday cheapest for that by £69 on Curry’s


Was going to say the same, overpriced.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6G £219.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6GB Amazon have lowered there price on this to £220.00 inline with CCL price which are out of stock due to the last post on this, old deal: ht… Read more

Will this fit future b550 motherboard coming out soon?


Ordered! Fingers crossed stock arrives sometime soon. Have been waiting for this GPU to come into some sort of reasonable price and stock. Now just to get the MB and CPU.


Get the msi rx 5700 gaming X whisper quiet and awesome performance. I picked it up this week on overclockers for 310.


Quite some on the XT line.... :( however the red d isnt, that is today at the very old time good buy rate.


lowest a 1660 super got was just after xmas a one time once ebay/ebuyer, might of been ccl. and it was posted by me or dean, something like £205... on the old jan ebay codes, for this.. but the norm was 220... this went sky high for the past 2 month all over cos its a nvidia and a nice productive card, "everyone at home right?".. ccl dropped it last month, now out of stock for a little while from the post i did, and this is here. theres some palits about, but there palits so ill say no more there.. so in todays market its a excellent product for a fair should be market bang on price, its not what we count as a super hot ukhotdeal deal,.. (if we only ever did that, there be bugger all to post on here tbh more times then not).. good buy for what it should be.. for the market its a deal.

MSI Desktop I5 8400 - 8gb - 1660 Ti Graphics card £530 at CeX
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
MSI 9SI-834UK/i5-8400/8GB Ram/1TB HDD/1660 Ti/Windows 10/B i think this isnt a bad price for this. Its using the i5 8400 which is only a tad in performance then the likes of the … Read more

1660ti actually performs close to the 1070, nowhere near 1070ti/1080


Try Box.co.uk and their CUBE range, where you can customise, nice machines for around £600..


You can return it for free anyways...


Its gone now. Cex seems hard work to search? It shows stuff they are looking to buy and dont have in stock


Used ram easly sells atm for £30 per 8gb used. 1tb easy enough £20 8400 is easy enough £100 a 1660 ti is easy enough £200 a case can be sold for £15 a psu can be sold for like £25 easy enough.. used mb £40 Fully legit windows £50 2 year warranty package: £50...... enough said?..... if u wanted to break it down, and add on there fee... but perhaps go look at the marketplace advertisements about? for this? dismissal comments but doesnt actuly help anyone, run into u guys all the time, next pls?

MSI Infinite S (Core i5/RTX 2060/128GB SSD+1TB HDD) £787.55 at Currys eBay
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Posted 21st MayPosted 21st May
Says £829.99 on page, but taking through to basket takes off another 5%. Seems like a good price for a compact prebuilt with RTX and decent storage. (Cheapest RTX 2060 I could fi… Read more

Specs wise its a 350w 80+ bronze rated, so I doubt much room for upgrading that far (or replacing based on the unusual size).


Always interesting to see mainstream take on SFF. Since it's using a riser I can't understand why they vented the CPU inside. At that kind of volume the DanA4 setup makes most sense. What PSU is that? Looks wider than flex and def not SFX. Great price for anyone that got one.


Yeah, compared to what some places are charging for 1650 (and even 1050s) I thought it wasn't too bad! And 100% a bargain compared to that Ebuyer link! Hope it helped someone! I'll expire as OOS. There's a similar model with a 1660ti for £899 before discount still in stock (but not as great a deal) if someone is looking for a tiny gaming PC!


Yeah I was looking, there's a 1660TI one for 899 too, this was the best deal there. Phone started acting up at checkout and I missed out on it last second... ugh :(


I think anyone that got these has a bargain. The MSI Infinite 9SA-871UK Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1650 Gaming is £799, less the 5% discount.

MSI GL75 9SD-036UK 17.3” Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1660 Ti Laptop- 512 GB SSD 60hz - Refurb Grade B - £804.20 (W/ Code) @ eBay / currys_clearance
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Type Gaming laptop Operating system Windows 10 (64-bit) Processor - Intel® Core™ i7-9750H Processor- Hexa-core- 2.7 GHz / 4.1 GHz- 9 MB cache RAM 8 GB GDDR4 (2666 MHz) Graphics… Read more

I bought a 1050ti laptop few months back already considering an upgrade but I reckon it might be worth hanging on till ps5 etc is in business as these older machines should drop in price.am I right


Funny how none of these guys are posting any brand new £800 9750H + 1660Ti deals...


Not an overly special price for 2nd hand. Its about the right price for a brand new machine of this spec.


maybe before Corona.. I bought a 2017 msi 2nd hand on ebay for £500... since then prices have been going up as supply has gone down and demand has gone up.. have a look, its probably priced correctly..


get the rtx one brand new for 200 more... i mean grade B? why tho

MSI GL75 9SD-036UK 17.3” Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1660 Ti Laptop- 512 GB SSD - REFURB £718.30 @ currys_clearance ebay
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
Key Features THIS ITEM IS REFURBISHED!! Get a fast and powerful performance from the MSI GL75 17.3” Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1660 Ti Gaming Laptop. Featuring the latest 9th gen Intel® … Read more

Grade C from Currys equals almost certain disappointment.


They've sold out already


Be careful with these, as in another deal I pointed out it says "Grade C" in details.

MSI GL75 9SD-036UK 17.3” i7 9750h GTX 1660 Ti Laptop- 512 GB SSD Gaming Laptop - A Grade REFURBISHED £959.10 @ currysclearance ebay
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Posted 19th MayPosted 19th May
£1,098.98 at scan Grade A Refurbished 'As New' condition. "Grade A Refurbished" products are fully tested and fully functional. Supplied in generic brown box packaging, not the o… Read more



Typo on the ram... 8GB GDDR6?!

New Inspiron 14 5000 Laptop Intel i7 with 12GB Ram. With NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 with 2GB GDDR5 graphics memory £748 with code @ Dell
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Posted 18th MayPosted 18th May
Tech Specs Processor 10th Generation Intel® Core™ i7-10510U Processor (8MB Cache, up to 4.9 GHz) Operating Systems Windows 10 Home 64bit English Video Card NVIDIA® GeForce® MX230 w… Read more

great deal but gave up in the end...my basket shows nowhere to put promotiomal code, unlike what is shown above....


No, still pretty shocking


What are the batteries like these days - they used to be rubbish on these? Have they stopped sticking in a small battery?


Well it depends on your budget I suppose. The XPS are towards the higher end of dell's make. They are very well built though. But very pricy if you want this spec.


Cheers mate. Added that to the OP to bring the price down to 738.64. Very decent spec for the price in my opinion but hey let's wait and see. Iam sure there would be someone complaining. (lol) (lol)

PC SPECIALIST Vortex ST-S Gaming PC - Core™ i7 9700, RTX 2070 Super,16GB RAM, 2 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Damaged Box @ Currys_clearance eBay
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
So it looks like the parts could be from looking at the website plus forum posts (don't take this as gospel) SPECS: CPU: I7 9700 £309 Unknown cooler: £? GPU: Palit NVIDIA GeForce R… Read more
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I would not be buying a pc in 2020 with a small SSD and HDD. HDD's will be dead in 2021 due to new consoles all using ssd's for loading. 1tb minimum SSD/NVME.


If you can do cheaper with rrp 10th gen prices and pre built (because the target audience for this don't want to) then feel free hun. Besides its sold out now


Which part specifically


This is pretty poor value... 9700 non K so no overclocking (even worse that Intel 10th gen is around the corner) and a pretty mediocre PSU. As usual my recommendation is to build yourself


Great description. I guess tech is just moving on so fast and I'm slightly out of touch - especially as I don't 'do' gaming! :)

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