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For home theatres, gaming, multi-monitor setups and more, using the right graphics card can produce clear images with no glitches. These units come in many different levels of performance and at HotUKDeals you will find a full range of offers from industry leading brands on our graphics card page.

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Medion Erazer X30 Intel Core I5, GeForce GTX 1060 3GB, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD Gaming PC at Very for £523.98
20/06/2019Expires on 20/06/2019Posted 10 h, 31 m agoPosted 10 h, 31 m ago
Been looking at PC’s since Very offered the £100 Back when you use by the code P77U6 and thought this was reasonably good price for the spec. Couldn’t find a better spec for good v… Read more

Would prefer a ryzen 2600 or 2600x rig


Ah well I've just reread the page and it quotes bith the 8300 and 8400 I only looked threw specs and seen the 8300 in the spec list


From Very? You got a link?

cainoUK Intel page says this processor is hexa core


Expensive. You can get i7 8750h laptops with ssd 120 hd 1tb 4mb 1050 ti for only little more

Dell G3 Series 4GB NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Graphics, 8GB DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6 inch Full HD Gaming Laptop £629.99 (With Code) @ Very
20/06/2019Expires on 20/06/2019Posted 16 h, 50 m agoPosted 16 h, 50 m ago
Seems a decent price for the spec. You have to take it as "buy now, pay later" and use the code to get the price, but a long as you pay it off within the 12 months there's no inter… Read more

Lol, it's a good deal for sure, but with recent news about Intel's failure to secure their hardware properly which lead to updates that reduced performance of their chips severely I'm avoiding anything with Intel.

BS_Man forgot to mention lack of 5G (annoyed)


That's what I was planning to do, but apparently it's a terrible deal because it doesn't have unicorn dust on it (annoyed)


Regardless its 12 months no interest, so wait 2 months for the £100 credit to come into your account and you'll have saved £100.


Link to something with those specs at same or similar price? I'm planning on buying in next couple of days so if you're aware of a better deal please share.

CCL Hyper 3.9GHz Ryzen 5 2400G PC Computer (No OS) - 16GB RAM, RX 580 8GB, 120GB SSD £444.60 with code at CCL / ebay
Posted 21 h, 23 m agoPosted 21 h, 23 m ago
Decent specs and good saving. This PC does not have Microsoft Windows pre-installed, if you require Windows please select the required version from the configurator below. AMD R… Read more

Would recommend opting for a 2600x as the 2 extra cores will really be noticeable in some modern games already let alone a few years down the line.


I know why would you go for a 2400G when the 2600 is around that price bracket and a better match with the gpu.


Lol Pricewise it doesn't look bad, but it's just a mish mash of components.


Huge 16GB Memory ;)


That configuration is crazy.

ASUS ROG FX503 15.6 i5 7300HQ 8GB 1TB GTX1060 Gaming Laptop £629 at Argos / Ebay
Posted 22 h, 41 m agoPosted 22 h, 41 m ago
Decent gaming laptop, with code. Model number: FX503VM-DM003T. CPU, Memory and Operating System: Intel Core i5 7300HQ processor. Quad core processor. 2.5GHz processor speed.… Read more

Incredible price for a really well balanced gaming laptop. would say it's mid tier, but it plays most if not all games in ultra high settings. i have the exact model, which i bough for 700 for Prime Day last year and it has not dissapointed in any way. of course, as long as you don't expect the latest and greatest, this is a fantastic buy.


Thanks Chris, Understand! I guess its just find a deal then have a research.


The Acer ones seem to review pretty well as far as that goes. Ultimately though it's not as simple as just picking a brand because even from one model to the next the cooling and performance can vary wildly.


Yes, that's true. I believe some can be worked around with a slight undervolt? Any you recommend to keep an eye out for that has half decent cooling?


Most gaming laptops have cooling and/or throttling issues, some like ASUS just happen to be worse than others.

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AWD Stronghold (Ryzen 2600 3.9GHz CPU, 8GB DDR4 RAM, RX 580 8GB GFX Card, 240GB SSD, No OS) Desktop Gaming PC - £476.95 @ Hyper-UK / Ebay
Posted 15th JunPosted 15th Jun
Use code PRICEWIN at checkout. Looks like a very good price. Just requires an OS installation. Comes with a 3 Year Warranty. Available in Black / White . MPN: FL6-M49-1ED… Read more

I believe it will support up to 2 x 16GB DDR4 in the current configuration


Which is amazing, as you dont have to spend time building it.


Does it support 2 X 8gb 3000mhz ?


These builds are always let down by ether the motherboard or ram & it's why it appears so cheap.


Bought this last time it was up for sale at £450 Great PC so far, only gripe is two ram slots, but you get what you pay for, and it's a good deal

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB Mini GDDR5 Graphics Car - £179.99 @ Amazon
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Hopefully my first deal will help a few of you out. On my hunt for a decent Nvidia card for video editing in Creative Cloud (especially effects-heavy After Effects rendering) for … Read more
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Many thanks, appreciate the effort. I'll stick with Amazon's return policy for stock bought directly from them (plus what I save off from selling the TR and Fortnite keys).

Whitedot £193 with code, 3xDP + HDMI I think. No game though.


£180 for the Palit single fan on CCL ebay at the moment with code. (y)


The RX580 is certainly far better value for money (my older PC has an 8GB 570 in it that was cheaper than this and came with two games too). But Adobe Creative Cloud is far better optimized for CUDA cores (compared to the Open CL option found on AMD's cards). And I'll be working with 4k60 video files. So, needs must.


For my use, I need more than two outputs (2x DP monitors + VR headset which uses HDMI). And I don't need it for gaming. So the closest 1660 I found was a Gigabite one at £215 (with no TR code). But my use case isn't the same as most people's.

ASUS TUF FX705GM, FHD, 17.3" IPS, i7 8750H, 8GB DDR4, 128GB NVMe+1TB HDD, GTX 1060 6GB Laptop £809.98 at Box/ebay-with code
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Very nice looking, slim bezel and good price for this laptop. KEY FEATURES Intel Core i7-8750H Hexa-Core Processor (8th Gen) 17.3" NanoEdge Full HD IPS Screen Microsoft Windows … Read more

This was £870 until the other day, at Box which was quite a bit cheaper than Amazon, and I was tempted to buy it for £850 because it was reduced, but I got it for £810 and I used Quidco so if that pays out 2% then that's £794.


...decent laptop, but managed to grab slightly better rig last weekend, as otherwise most certainly would go for it (y) Just bragging, BTW ;)


BO55 of a machine


I was so tempted to go for this model but in the 15.6". It appeared that ASUS sorted out the thermal problems for the most part judging by most opinions I read. However after investigating the new 1660 ti graphics card, it looks like a worthwhile upgrade over the 1060. Guess I gotta wait some more. I wish I just had this spec with the new card.

Stormforce Ventus Gaming PC - Ryzen 7 1700 - 16GB DDR4@2400MHZ , GTX 1060 6GB , 256GB NvMe SSD, 1TB SATA - £522 @ Parts4PCs/Ebay (Zoostorm)
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Works out around £522 with the Ebay 10% off code "PRICEWIN" Includes Windows 10 Home ** 12 Months Warranty ** Model Number: 7290-5368 EAN: 5055396023978 Case Type: Ven… Read more
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They may have done in the ones you have opened up, but unfortunately that's not what was in the last 5 I ordered that 3 of that 5 PSU'S blew up trashing 2 of them, as you can imagine I've avoided them ever since.


They use fsp supplies. Which are a widely used OEM by most brands.


Interesting video. This is good to know.


TL:DW - up to and including a GTX 1070, RAM speed seems to make very little difference to frame rates. On almost every RAM deal there's someone saying Ryzen 'needs' fast RAM but unless you're using a high end GPU (and the machine is this particular deal definitely doesn't have one) then the benefit is negligible at best.


PowerColor AMD Radeon VII 16GB HBM2 Vega2 Graphics Card £605.47 @ Scan (2 free games)
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Great card and good value with 2 games promo. Technical Details: - Slot Height: 2-Slot - GPU: AMD Radeon Vega 7 - Manufacturing Process: 7 nm - Compute Units: 60 - Upto 13.8 TF… Read more

Yes but it's the most powerful gaming card AMD sell so I can't see them stop selling it without an alternative


It was only a short run card to fill a gap so they had a place in the market and were making a reported loss on them.


This is the newest released card by AMD so I can't see it being discontinued. There's new cards coming out July 7th but I cant see them discontinuing these so soon. (I could be wrong but I'd be shocked)


for rx5700xt its 449 dullars and xt5700 389 dulars .. those normally become the gbp prices , the xt is not much less powerful than this, but significantly cheaper Just FYI


The real surprising thing is that they did almost nothing with 12nm aside from an overpriced and clocked-to-the-max RX590. While they RX590 wasn't impressive, if hadn't been clocked so high the 12nm (aka 14LP+) showed a fair improvement versus 14LPP when run at reasonable clocks. One website - wccftech of all places - tried underclocking their RX590 to RX480 speeds and it had similar perf/watt as a GTX1060 (which inimitably was one of the more inefficient recent Nvidia cards): Yes, 12nm wafers would have cost them more but an efficient card would have been good publicly, and with the WSA they still have to buy plenty of GF wafers anyhow. Instead most of their recent releases have been trying to maximise the selling prices then being forced to cut the prices like crazy when the don't sell. Which is what I expect to happen with Navi. Again. Yes, everyone would like to have Nvidia-like margins but the underdog has to offer more, whereas Navi at best offers the same performance (minus RTX for whatever that is worth) for about the same price. Even if 7nm wafers are expensive, the fixed costs (design, masks etc.) are surely better spread over a larger volume?

MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6 GB ARMOR OC Graphics Card - £246.60 at Currys eBay
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Key Features Impressive power combined with incredible speed Get power that rivals a GTX 1070 card. But with the speed of GDDR6 memory. The MSI GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6 GB ARMO… Read more

Thanks! So 20% cheaper, 20% slower. Interesting tradeoff!



What's the difference from this one and the one below?


more for high end 1080p


Is this good for 1440p gaming

GIGABYTE GeForce RTX 2070 8 GB GAMING OC £404.10 @ Currys Ebay
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

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.


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.


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


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.


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).

MSI GeForce RTX 2060 Gaming 6G RGB Turing Graphics Card £305.99 @ Box eBay
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Not bad for a more premium 2060 at the moment. NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Chipset 6GB GDDR6 Memory Type Boost Clock 1680 MHz 3x DisplayPort | 1x HDMI TORX Fan 3.0 RGB Light Eff… Read more



Erm, how exactly did you delid a GPU that doesn’t have an IHS? They’re all already direct die cooled.


Why am I digging deeper? I'm going to offer physical proof to you that there is not going to be as you say a SUBSTANTIAL difference between these 2 cards. I expect the differences in frequency and cooling temps to be worth the £55 price difference. Otherwise like I say, why bother buying the Z over this?. Oh and I am no slouch when it comes to overclocking. Over 15 years building and overclocking Pc's and counting.


LazybeatX Your digging deeper. Stop. The binning procedure is common & public knowledge. NVIDIA themselves have been discussing this recently in public. I already own a Gaming X which in all fairness I have also de-lidded but after owning my first I’d never go back as I’m also an overclocking enthusiast. So I find I gain myself an extra generation of cards doing it this way.


Oh will it, well you won't have to wait long to find out because I've bought one of these, and I also have a Gaming Z 2060 so you will have to wait till next week for the results. But I will make sure to post them for you along with pics to back it up. I will be expecting my gaming Z to overclock substantially more then and make up for the £60 difference that I paid.

PowerColor Radeon RX 590 8GB Red Dragon Graphics Card £188.51 at CCL/ebay-with code
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Great card and good value. 8GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Active Fan Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port

should be self explanatory, but auto correct changed my point a little. The 590 is a "suped-up" 580, so is only a small upgrade. My question is, will you miss out on the free games as you are purchasing through eBay? and added to that you can get a 580 with the free games and a 240gb ssd (25 quid value?), for only 10 quid less. And so this is potentially not a very good deal in comparison, hence the cold votes.


Not sure why this is cold, great price for this card


Different card, what is your point


so the 590 is basically just a super up 580? Will you get the free games? Also a 580 deal for 10 quid less was posted yesterday which included a free 240gb ssd

ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2060 Twin Fan 6GB GDDR6 Graphics Card £299.99 at Amazon(free Wolfenstein: Youngblood on launch)
Posted 14th JunPosted 14th Jun
Great card for the money. Cuda Cores: 1920, Boost Clock: 1680MHz, GDDR6, 192-bit Memory, Memory Clock: 14000Mhz, Ray Tracing, 3 x DisplayPort, 1 x HDMI, 5 Year Warranty*

Nope, Zotac is not related to Sapphire. They are a sister company of Inno 3D and Manli which are more prominent in the east, with Zotac focusing on the west.


Zotac is a sister company of sapphire. Sapphire made AMD cards and Zotac was launched as their brand for nvidia.


Ebuyer are selling this card at £319.75 on eBay, which after the "PRICEWIN" code takes the price down to £287.77 for a RTX 2060 with a full compliment of ports.


Had a 970 for a number of years now without issue (y)


I had a Zotax GTX770 which was great and great value. I replaced that with a Palit RTX2060 GamingPro OC 3 months ago for £294 and it's a fantastic card that comes with really good extra-OC software (but also MSI's afterburner works with it.) That's just my personal experience but I really don't see the point of paying an extra £50-£100 for Asus, GB, MSI. From what I read all the 2-fan OC cards are similar in performance and noise levels, but yeah check reviews :) Now, if I'd had a 970/980 or 1070/1080 I wouldn't have upgraded. An OC 2060 is great value at £300 but check out the performance compared to your existing before you upgrade to any RTX card - might not be that much of a performance leap.

KFA2 Nvidia RTX 2080 EX 8GB GDDR6 - from only £552.58-  plus a free copy of Wolfenstein Youngblood!
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Pretty good deal if you are after an RTX 2080, I think this is the cheapest is has been since launch, and about the right price compared with the now discontinued GTX 1080 Ti. In … Read more
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Sorry I think I wasn’t very clear. What I meant is that in Japan, the price of graphic cards in their own currency haven’t changed that much as the JPY/USD has been constant. For us in the UK we took a big hit in our currency in an very short time while our revenues remain roughly the same, so the cards appear quite expensive (no matter where you buy it as the gbp has become weaker against anything). It’s not just Brexit as you can observe the phenomenon else where in Europe but yeah it’s particularly bad here.


Where exactly? prices are high and recent deal in this country for 550 quid. But if you can show where i can buy it cheap in Japan that would be great !


Nothing to do with inflation itself, it’s just Brexit and poor economic forecast for the Uk that keeps the pound around its all time lows. This card is more affordable in Japan ;)


It's because the GBP has lost several percent in value against the USD as Brexit is looking more likely to happen. Hardware is traded internationally in USD.


There's always this excuse, it's no longer a valid excuse

Sapphire Radeon RX 570 Pulse ITX 4GB Graphics Card £119.97 at CCL Online (2 games promo bonus)
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Great little GPU, added value 2 free games. Key Features: 4GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Active Fan Outputs - HDMI, DVI and Display Port



Is it a bundle deal (confused)


great deal, don't miss the 1TB Adata NVME SSD from CCL too


free games aren't very good, but this much for a 570 is a bargain

HP OMEN 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop  - 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD - £99 C&C @ PC World - misprice
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Available to reserve + collect in store,allegedly.

if there's no pictures then it didn't happen!


No protein. Just ground up leprechauns.


Wow man, so lucky. What protein do you use?


I have had no cancellation :/ trouble is it's not local so not as if I could just try my luck (lol)


Awesome. You and me both. I picked up three. One of them had a damaged box so they gave me £75 as a goodwill gesture. When I got home I opened one up and it was filled with £50 notes. Must have been a mistake at the factory. When I unfurled one of the 50's it was actually a winning lottery ticket for next week.

MSI Radeon RX 570 ARMOR 4GB Graphics Card, £119.98 at CCL Online (2 games bonus)
Posted 13th JunPosted 13th Jun
Decent card and good value with 2 games promo. Key Features: 4GB Graphics Memory Interface Type - PCI Express Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan Pre Overclocked Edition Outputs - HDMI… Read more

Great bang for the buck this deal


This is insane value. The RX570 is still the best entry level 1080p card and with two games you’re getting a great deal. Let’s hope that the 5600’s and 5500’s come in at some good prices to justify an upgrade.

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