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GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2070 8 GB GAMING OC £404.10 @ Currys Ebay
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Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Key Features Top features: - Ray tracing technology and one-click overclocking deliver superb detail - Impressive speed and power with GDDR6 memory - Unique cooling system ru… Read more
Gormond

Going by US prices AMD have decided to be greedy rather than try and make a dent in market share. I'm guessing Navi will drop alot over the next 6 month in order to compete.

stuellis

AMD openly say their strategy is to focus on lower to mid range gpu’s for volume sales. So we might see some good competition as Navi rolls out in this part of the market but the higher end of the market their is unlikely to be an competition to drive down NVidia’s pricing model.

chapchap

I am at 1440P 60FPS but def. can imagine i will be spoiling myself before Xmas with an upgrade.

LazybeatX

It's been terrible for years. Tbh the last good thing to come to PC GPU wise was the RX 480 launch where you could actually get a good mid range card for £200 before the crypto boom drove prices insane.

chapchap

I did read some later testing and it did look like it was for only that time but generally Nvidia drivers do mature better then AMD ones. It was a nice bit of folklore for the time though :) Lets hope for some new GPUs over the summer (as i think we can all admit it is dire at the moment).

GIGABYTE GA-Z270-HD3 Motherboard with Chipset Plus Supports 7/6th Generation Intel £55.48 at Ebuyer
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Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Good value motherboard for Intel CPUs. KEY FEATURES Intel Socket 1151 Intel Z270 6x SATA 6Gb/s 8x USB 3.0 4x DDR4 Up to 64GB Memory Support 1 x HDMI Port 1 x DVI-D Port 1 … Read more
ws007

apart from MSI the other motherboard manufactures phoned it in on the first 2 generations of ryzen chipsets, it`s all changed with the new x570 boards, they now know which way the wind is blowing. (excited)

Dog.

Mainly the b450 ds3h for my AM4 build. I had 2 (!!!) both broken, sent back for RMA. Got an MSI b450 Mortar and its 'effin great.

pablozzzzz

Same here. Same with graphic cards. Never again

Dog.

FWIW I have had loads of problems with Gigabyte boards. Your experiences may differ but I certainly would not buy anyother one.

chriskrt

Only if You already have processor.

GIGABYTE 240GB SSD 2.5-inch, internal, SATA for £24.98 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 9th JunPosted 9th Jun
Dispatched from and sold by Amazon. Key Features: 240 GB SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 500MB/s Read, 420MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 50000 4K IOPS Write: … Read more
Wizzfizz

Good deal (y)

sam_of_london

They are still not very cheap to displace hdds. I will say they are cheap when we get rid of heavy and fragile metallic hdds. Only cheap in low capacity. The newer models are all nvme. So perhaps they are getting rid of old sata stock which cannot be sold to oems anymore . Voted hot

Brutes

Hahaha ..Yes XD (lol) I would always prefer to have it with Wuntu's Wednesday CODE.."No purchase necessary" (cheeky)

Maevoric

Heat! These things are getting stupidly cheap, they'll be giving then away with cereal and magazines next lol

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500W Gigabyte PB500, Fully Wired, 80PLUS Bronze, ATX PSU - £33.46 @ Scan
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Good value for a decent PSU. Features• 80 PLUS Bronze certified. • 120mm Silent Fan. • Single +12V rail. • OPP/UVP/OVP/SCP/OCP/OTP Fully protection.
plewis00

Of course brand and price makes a difference... this is a low-tier PSU so you are literally just paying for the brand name! EVGA GQ/G2/G3 and Corsair RM/TX are proven built on good platforms, with decent OEMs and Japanese capacitors. You generally do get what you pay for. I’m not advocating paying for more wattage than you need but a quality PSU will last you for years. The Gigabyte is probably fine for low-end cheap builds but then again likely so would an Aerocool or Novatech own-brand.

catbeans

Brand and price really doesnt make a difference, they all out source to the same factories or rebrand anyway, might as well get a Seasonic etc in the first place and check reviews. This PSU is probably fine if you only need 500w its not exactly high demand and won't explode. Though i would agree and say buy a PSYlU that will last you in first place (If within budget)

polarbaba

I was going to get one as a backup/spare for diagnostic purposes, PC's only go bad when you most need them. I'm sure they have built in sensors for that kind of thing!. Spares like this have saved my polar back side many times over!. I wouldn't buy this to use in any of my PC's, buy as a diagnostic tool they are great at this price. Also I have an adapter that gets the output of this and provides you the DC power rails for supplying power to other project, it can do that at other times.

plewis00

You obviously don’t understand the statement if you assume that ‘spending more on a better quality supply’ is the same as a ‘ridiculously large power supply’. I’m saying pay more for better quality not wattage.

jasee

If it 'blows up' then it's definitely too small. Don't waste your money on ridiculously large power supplies. Why pay more

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Gigabyte 240GB 2.5" SATA III SSD for £24.44 (1TB for £94.05) Delivered @ CCLONLINE
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Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
Key Features: 240 GB SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 500MB/s Read, 420MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 50000 4K IOPS Write: 75000 3 Year Warranty Key Features: … Read more
omendata

For a budget build you want the fastest cheapest SSD Fastest SSD is not this one! You want the Integral 240 GB SSD P Series 5 SATA III 2.5 Inch (Solid State Drive) Mymemory £24.99 recently went down to £21.99 Fastest of the ones I have tested! https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0771YJNSX/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new&coliid=IR3WWVR1ONDSK&colid=JC6ZHFF0UY1U

darbians

Pretty much any ssd will be

moh223

For a budget build is this ssd okay?

powerbrick

Cold, doesn't have RGB :(

Gigabyte 480gb ssd £48.48 incl delivery at Ebuyer.com
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Posted 31st MayPosted 31st May
Seems a reasonable deal, also have 120gb for £15.99 and 240gb for £24.99 (both prices not including postage fee of £3.49 Annoys me that Ebuyer don’t do free delivery
trevcjohnson

I think the vat loophole closed years ago for Jersey so any goods sold into UK from Jersey based companies attract UK vat. They will pay any corporate tax to Jersey gov though which is not part of the UK.

brainsys

Quite right. One needs to seperate profit and margin. Margin may be the difference between your buy-in price and sales price but before all your expenses and overheads are charged to it. That can reduce quite a fat amount to a very small figure. For eBuyer inr 2016, Ebuyer’s revenues were £188.6m. Pre-tax profits were £1.3m. A profit was less than 1% of turnover Corporation tax would thus be well under a million whereas vat generated was probably of the order of £35 million. Paying - or avoiding Corporation Tax is insignificant if you collect VAT. So while eBuyer may be a better UK citizen than Amazon. They both outclass the VAT avoiders in social responsibility.

spannerzone

Nicely put....I imagine people think the profit margin is at least 100% on these things.

brainsys

Not quite right. The major tax affecting price is VAT (20%) rather than Corporation Tax on profits. Both Amazon & eBuyer pay VAT (or rather their customers do). Its folks like MyMemory who are the real villains by avoiding VAT to undercut genuine UK retailers. An example. Say the cost of a SSD to a retailer is £35. Amazon and eBuyer sell it for £48 inc vat. That gives them a margin of £5 which they would have to pay corporation tax after expenses - ie pennies per SSD. Whereas MyMemory could come along and undercut selling for £45 which looks good to the consumer but gives them a whopping margin of £10 and we all suffer a loss of the VAT £8 which either has to be made up in other taxes or cuts in public services. Oh and drives genuine and possibly more efficient UK retailers out of business and all the tax revenue they create in other ways. People should think about that when you next 'save' by becoming complicit in avoiding VAT.

ales197

Yea was about to post this but factoring in postage, it's a warm deal.

Gigabyte SSD Int 512GB UD Pro SATA for £55.99 Delivered @ Amazon UK
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Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Features Form Factor: 2.5-inch internal SSD Interface: SATA 6.0Gb/s Total Capacity: 512GB* Warranty: Limited 3-year Sequential Read speed : 530 MB/s** Sequential Writ… Read more
Unszak

https://www.amazon.co.uk/Gigabyte-480GB-Serial-Solid-State/dp/B07MYGTVJZ/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?keywords=gigabyte+ssd&qid=1559327911&s=gateway&sr=8-1-spell Difference apart from space?

wackybeaver

Ah yeah that’s cheap. Though ideally I’m looking for a 1tb drive as I’m just using fusion atm and the idea of the drive failing freaks me out a little (even though I have two backups). As the reckoning said, the gigabyte drive is way more attractive and tbh as there super similar price points (unless it went to 40.99) I would just get the gigabyte. It’s been in my basket for a hour. Power of contemplation

wackybeaver

Hahhaha I know exactly what your saying. They look really childish as opposed to sleek which is a shame. If the whole hard drive was blue with a minimal logo that would be cool 8)

Brutes

As per the userbenchmark. this's slightly better speed. Though it's mentioned as to be slower. So, technically this is better to have. :) Also, WD Blue you referring had a price history of as low as £40.99 recently. So may be not to rush, if you're buying that. ;)

reckoning

Sounds daft to some, but I really hate the big coloured logos on these, ruins the look of your PC for me (using NZXT case with SSD bays on show). Much prefer these ones as they're sleek, or the Kingston ones.

Gigabyte Radeon RX 570 Gaming 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card £119.89 at Overclockers (2 games bonus)
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Good value for this card, 2 free games makes it better. THE FEATURES OF THE GIGABYTE RADEON RX 570 GAMING 4G Semi-passive WINDFORCE dual-fan cooler RGB-LED lighting GPU base cl… Read more
tarotbarnes

Always nice to get games with your new graphics card. Thanks

hazzabeee

The Asus Card at £109.99 seems even better? Slightly higher base clock?

bbfb123

Good spot let the op know of that one think he's here.

Tacavas

By me, thank you keen observer ;)

qwales

Already posted https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/gigabyte-radeon-rx-570-gaming-4096mb-gddr5-pci-express-graphics-card-11989-at-overclockers-2-games-bonus-3238409

Gigabyte Z390 UD LGA 1151 DDR4 ATX Motherboard - with free ssd - £109.96 / £113.45 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Posted 29th MayPosted 29th May
Features Supports 9th and 8th Gen Intel® Core™ Processors Dual Channel Non-ECC Unbuffered DDR4, 4 DIMMs New 10+2 Phases Digital PWM Design NVMe PCIe Gen3 x4 22110 M.2 Conne… Read more
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Carson_Official

So that's what they went into the SSD business for! Hopefully they will start throwing them in with lots of their Motherboards

tarotbarnes

Thanks for taking the time to post this deal :)

sproutratty

Just looked it's 240gb

sproutratty

What size SSD?

chrismac867

Not with free SSD though

Gigabyte P650B 650 Watt 80PLUS Bronze Wired SLI PSU/Power Supply £45.46 at Scan
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Posted 27th MayPosted 27th May
Good value PSU. Features • 80 PLUS bronze certified up to 89% efficiency. • 100% Japanese Capacitors. • 120mm Hydraulic Bearing (HYB) Fan. • Single +12V rail. • Meet ErP LOT6 2013 … Read more
Zoea

Free delivery is available to valid Hexus forum users (I have been there since 2005). Great deal for a warrantied item.

shootomanUK

Need to edit your title to £45.46 delivered. Collection is £39.98 Good price though heat!

Gigabyte SSD 480GB 2.5 Inch Serial ATA III Solid State Drive SSD, £44.99 at amazon
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Posted 26th MayPosted 26th May
Good value SSD. Capacity: 480GB Interface: SATA 6.0Gb/s Sequential Read speed: up to 550 MB/s Sequential Write speed: up to 480 MB/s Warranty: Limited 3-years
jay7son

Shame there isn't more info on warranty, ie how long it is with amazon ? An adata one I previously got from amazon only had something like 60 days which is why I have to buy this one to be able to swap data and return it to the manufacturer (:

Whitedot

Good spot, I've edited my post. There definitely wasn't anything available when I was having problems. Looks like it came out in February. (y)

Rawrb

They do, it's in the support section on their website. https://www.gigabyte.com/Solid-State-Drive/GIGABYTE-SSD-240GB#support-dl-utility

Whitedot

Good price but note that Gigabyte don't have an SSD toolbox like the big players and so there's no way of checking drive health or updating firmware etc. Edit: there is now! I bought the 120GB version a while back and it kept locking up Windows at random. I spent an embarrassing amount of time trying to figure out what was causing it. Eventually went back to an old SanDisk SSD I had lying around and all the lockups went away.

Tacavas

It's there, 960 GB at £79.97 here :)

Gigabyte GP-GSTFS31120GNTD SSD Int 120GB SATA £15.48 at Amazon (+£4.49 non-prime)
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Posted 25th MayPosted 25th May
Good value SSD for a budget build. Key Features: SATA III Interface 2.5 Form Factor Up to 350MB/s Read, 280MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 50000 4K IOPS Write: 60000 3 Year Warrant… Read more
Pheenix

Many thanks. I'm really happy with my little Alien, but I'm a bit peeved that Win 7 won't be supported soon. Microsoft are trying to say I have buy a new PC as "older machines will probably be unable to use Windows 10 effectively" - cheek.

plewis00

Any of these SATA SSDs should be fine - I have one of these laptops still, the last R3 version (all the M11x are amazingly collectible, still great little machines!) and I have a Samsung 840 Pro in mine but I've used other disks without trouble.

aLV426

To be fair that's more a sheeple effect...

Sat_Dehal

Thanks

Fleenix

Can you suggest a suitable 240GB for an Alienware M11x? - for the operating system mainly.

Gigabyte RX Vega 56 Gaming OC 8GB B Grade £199.99 / £209.89 delivered Overclockers
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Posted 23rd MayPosted 23rd May
Ok not the best version but it's still a sub £200 Vega 56. B grade means 3 months warranty but Gigabyte go from the serial number so you'll be covered for longer with the manufactu… Read more
neur0naut

No reason to lie bud (confused) ... This was back about 3 years ago, and their warranty was only 30 days on B-grade then. Trust me, I fought tooth-and-nail to try and get them to relent on sending it back to ASUS. I even offered to pay the postage involved, but the manager I spoke with was less than helpful. I even resorted to threatening contacting consumers advice and took screen shots, kept all email correspondence etc. They simply said...."tough....it's B-Grade and out of warranty" I know now that ASUS, along with OcUK are useless and haven't went near them again since. I implore others to be mindful of both these companies.

ajc327

Thanks! :)

plewis00

Should've cited 'not fit for purpose' under the Consumer Rights Act 2015 which would have given you 6 months at least. They can say 'you bought it knowing it was only 90 days warranty' but that's unenforceable, a bit like saying something like 'if you're late for work I can punch you', they can say what they like doesn't mean it'll stand up in court! Anyway, the saving is not big enough to warrant buying this Vega 56 and people are still voting hot - good luck to them!

glenn91

Yeah they're right OcUK would be dealing with the warranty. If it failed within 3 months and ocuk refused then you rolled over too easy, it's literally on their website in the description that it's 90 days warranty. You're either lying about the time period and it failed outside of 90 days, or you were too soft. You're biggest mistake their was buying ASUS to be honest they're the worst OEM to deal with regarding RMAs .

neur0naut

I've bought B-grade ASUS GPU from OCUK before and it failed on me within 3 months. When I tried to RMA it directly with ASUS, they said that OCUK would have to issue the RMA on my behalf as the reseller, and they refused to do so. Steer well clear of OCUK B-grade. They don't give a hoot past the 90 days.

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