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Gigabyte B660M DS3H AX DDR4 Motherboard - £94.98 @ Amazon
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Posted 17th MayPosted 17th May
Intel® B660 Motherboard with 6+2+1 Phases Hybrid Digital VRM with MOS Heatsink, 2 x PCIe 4.0 M.2 with Thermal Guard, 2.5GbE LAN, WIFI 6 802.11ax , Rear USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C®, RGB FUSION 2.0,…
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John59

Yes, true, however i guess not that many people are buying brand new AM4 solutions now, most will be upgrading old PCs. I would also guess most people would not be able to tell the difference between the two. It makes little sense to pay the extra for a 5600x over a 5600. So it probably isn't only £10 cheaper.

NomTook

The first Hardware Unboxed video demonstrates a 6% reduction in Cinebench R23 compared to the B660M-A Pro at stock PL. The performance gap increases to 28% when PL removed. PCB is around 90 for stock PL, it's manageable but your mileage may vary. And the second Hardware Unboxed video demonstrates a 6% increase in gaming performance at 1080p for the 5600X (:I

ComingInHot

What are you talking about? :D This motherboard runs an i7-12700 perfectly well: 5600X + a B550 motherboard is only 10 pounds or so cheaper than this mobo and an i5-12400F, while the i5 has better performance:

NomTook

This motherboard would see limited use cases currently, maybe for a 12100F that must have WiFi? 12400-12600 is beaten by the 5600(X) for price/performance and anything over would be too much for the VRMs on this.

bestec2

Sounds good for 12100 or 12400. For 12600+ look for something like MSI pro b660m-a

Gigabyte A5 15.6" RTX 3070 Ryzen 9 5900HX 240Hz Gaming Laptop with FREE GameMax Razor Gaming Mouse £1219.99 delivered with code @ CCL ONLINE
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Posted 13th MayPosted 13th May
AMD Ryzen 9 5900HX Processor 16GB RAM / 512GB SSD GeForce RTX 3070 Optical Drive: None Windows 10 Home The A5 X1 Gaming laptop by GIGABYTE combines gaming, entertainment, work and more! Th…
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Kempiniukas

500gb ssd for 1.2k??? And screen is not the best

Zaheen_X

There were decent Asus laptops with 3080 in them for £1300-1500. I know there's power issues with laptops but even so, this isn't a good price.

J2022

Easily, assuming you mean through steamvr / virtual desktop

charlieakmos

Could this run games for the quest 2 ?

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140W 3070 for anyone wondering

Gigabyte G32QC A 3‎1.5'' Curved VA 1500R QHD 165Hz 1ms FreeSync Premium HDR400 Gaming Monitor £259.19 delivered with code @ CCL Computers
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Posted 12th MayPosted 12th May
2560 x 1440 Resolution Lightning 1ms Response Time 350cd/m2 Brightness 165Hz Refresh Rate FreeSync Support Inputs: HDMI and Display Port
LaurenceGough

Qhd is great at 32". This screen on the other hand has a lot of black smearing like most cheaper VAs. Some don't care, some do.

dont.mack.me.off

price increased?

parishilton1

Thanks, I had my eye on another monitor that was not fast as thunder, but according to the specs is "blisteringly fast". So, probably not even as fast as thunder, right? All bets are off at this point until someone can tell me the speed at which blisters form - no personal details required.

Alan_Bain

No its not bad at 32". I had a qhd 32" before going 34" ultrawide and it was fine and obviously easier to drive than 4k or even ultrawide. I adore my ultrawide but its not for everyone. It really depends on use case, and the space you have as ultrawides obviously take up more space across a desk. Oh and factor in your GPU as 3440x1440 is almost 35% more pixels to drive and something you should consider. Well my response time between lightning and jumping out my skin is more than 1ms so its pretty fast. If it was fast as thunder I wouldnt bother.

parishilton1

"Lightning 1ms Response Time". In what sense? Do they mean the time it takes for lightning to travel from the cloud to the ground? That takes a few milliseconds so technically this would be faster than lightning. But the first 50 or so 30 meter steps from discharge only take around 50 microseconds, so in that sense it is much slower than lightning. I need to know what I am dealing with here!

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 3060 Gaming OC 12GB GDDR6 £410 (Used) at CeX
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Posted 6th MayPosted 6th May
GDDR6 Windforce 3X Cooling System The WINDFORCE 3X cooling system features 3x 80mm unique blade fans, alternate spinning, 3D active fan and Screen cooling. Alternate Spinning Alternate…
KevClark1985

Agree with this. I’m currently building a gaming rig and all I need is a cheapish graphics card to tide me over until a RTX 4000 series becomes a viable option. Looking at either RX 470 (£90) or RX 570 (£110) from CEX. Best I can find currently.

T4Face

Anyone investigated where cex sent the millions of old fifa games it didn’t sell

A9M4D

Pathetic

ScottyPro

You can also sell the vouchers on as I do at 80% face value, make more that way than take the CEX cash

Spangy

Oh, I buy and sell too at CEX. Nothing against them but there are of course things I wouldn't buy from them because they're just way too expensive, i.e. this graphics card

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Gigabyte AORUS FI27Q 27'' IPS QHD (2560 x 1440) 165Hz FreeSync/G-Sync Compatible Gaming Monitor, Black £299.99 @ Amazon
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Posted 5th MayPosted 5th May
Blue Light Reduction - Obtaining the TUV Rheinland Certifications, Flicker-Free - Without causing eye strain and other injuries USB Charger - SuperSpeed USB charger provides 5V/1.5A power,…
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wilt

I paid £500 for almost the same monitor 3 years ago. I bought the Gigabyte AORUS AD27QD-EK and also agree that this is a good price.

SvenVA

Considering I paid £640 for the same spec monitor 6 years ago this is a cracking price.

bestec2

https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/gigabyte/aorus-fi27q https://www.rtings.com/monitor/reviews/lg/27gp850-b

TheChelseaEmpire

This or the LG 27GP850? I need it to do 1440p/120hz With Freesync, And 4K downsample to 1440p for PS5, all whilst having good brightness. Thanks

GIGABYTE M27Q 27'', KVM, QHD (2560 x 1440) 170 Hz, 0.5ms Gaming Monitor Black Refurb £182.74 delivered with code @ parts-4pcs / ebay
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Posted 1st MayPosted 1st May
KVM feature: allows you to control multiple devices via one set of keyboard, video and mouse Flicker-free: preventing eye strain and fatigue Low Blue Light: certified for eye health pr…
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GaryHuntingDeals

So does this mean, if you get a screen with dead pixels, that's what you've bought, and you can't return it based on it having dead pixels?

si_lewis

Err " Note : If Dead pixels and text appears blurry Please adjust the Contrast and Brightness Controls" ? Really! This is probably the reason they are returned!