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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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DELL G7 17.3" Intel® Core™ i5 GTX 1660 Ti Gaming Laptop - 8GB RAM - 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD £849.95 @ Currys / eBay
Posted 6 h, 9 m agoPosted 6 h, 9 m ago
Just had notification that the price on this has just been dropped by £100. Specifications MPN: 04G2R Audio connections: 3.5 mm jack Video connections: HDMI 2.0 x 1 USB: - USB … Read more



Believe me, even this good price is a bunch of money, having bad luck from the start is a good reason to stay away, especially when competition is huge. Had used many brands indeed and had an Inspiron in the past that survived for years, but wasn't impressed. With this new one, before it died I was disappointed by its weight and bulky form. It's weird how plastic feels, even if its made from metal. Touchpad is insensitive and buttons clicks, fan is very active when you do simplest tasks. If you have a dell, you want to hear good things about it, but for me, whilst hp, asus, lenovo and tens of brands are on the market, dell will be a no.


I'd argue you are probably the exception rather than the rule to be honest - much as I feel for you when a brand new piece of kit doesn't work right off the bat, I've owned a number of Dell laptops over the years and without exception they have been very reliable! This seems to be a very decent spec for the money - I would have liked 16GB of RAM and an SSD in place of the HDD but these are easily remedied! Main gripe is the 60Hz screen but you can't have everything at this price point!


I hope this deal helps some people, same as I hope that my comment will make up your mind too. Bought this from Dell, opened up, finished the setup, haven't installed any games or something, shut down over night, next day turned on the button, leds were flashing and fun were noising, but the display was death black for ever. Tried a couple of times over the day, packed back and sent it to Dell to get my precious money back. It may be an isolated case, but from now on I'll definitely choose another brand.


60Hz according to Currys.

OMEN HP Gaming Laptop (17-cb1003na) - RTX 2080 Super™ / Student offer! £1,784.99 @ HP Shop
Posted 7 h, 47 m agoPosted 7 h, 47 m ago
£215 cheaper than the current hotukdeal listings of this same RTX 2080 Super model at £1999.99. The new upgraded line of Omen HP laptop kit. Price through student portals/log in. … Read more

Depends the wattage used by HP, and based on the 2019 cooling (not Brill to be honest, my cpu gpu used to run 90+ in gaming) The 2080super has a base 80w tdp and max 150w,so depends what hp are doing, and that can't see, as their bios doesn't allow changes etc. But from tech docs they are shipping the 330w psu with the 2070/2080 machines so theoretically they have headroom to run pretty hot. Who knows till we get reviews though I suppose.


Traditionally Omen 17s have always had Max P and been about the best damn value gaming laptops you can get, I've had a few, although sometimes they have other issues like not best panel or not best optimised heatsink/heatpipe cooler layout. The 15" variants are always max q (which makes sense). Currently running the 2019 i9/2080 model.


The product page linked to in the Get Deal link says it comes with a 330W power supply. It also says to see Footnote 8 for further details on the graphics card... however for me there is no Footnote 8 on the page!


not a gaming machine with an AIO cooler 8) sound has always been an issue for me, don't think I'll ever be getting a gaming laptop :(


The 2019 did, but can't say for this, that was a 2070maxq with a 9th series i7. Tech manual looks like a similar heat pipe system, so I'd hazard that it too is fairly noisy, but hey all gaming machines with this spec level is going to be a bit loud, as it needs airflow to stay cool. Just par for the course really.

ASUS Radeon RX 570 4 GB ROG Strix Graphics Card - 3yr Guarantee - £160.97 delivered using code @ Currys PC World
Posted 23 h, 5 m agoPosted 23 h, 5 m ago
Product features 4 GB GDDR5 Stream processors: 2048 HDMI / DisplayPort / DVI Bandwidth: 256-bit FREE NEXT DAY DELIVERY when you buy this product. Select next day delivery a… Read more

Nope, not a deal

aa64xyz £125


Utter rip off as one would expect from CPW sadly, these have been under £100 before. Even used 580s used to go for around £100. Also this card is very old now and won't give a great experience in the latest games even at just 1080P. Don't get conned...


Cheaper on Amazon


This is far too expensive, sorry. This model has been nearer £100 and the 8GB 590 is often around this price.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Graphics Card - £219.99 + £3.99 del at
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
6GB Graphics Memory PCI Express 3.0 x16 Interface Cooler Type - Dynamic Fan Nvidia GPU Boost Technology Pre Overclocked Edition Outputs - HDMI and Display Por
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Yes, if you need it now, and it wasn't a planned upgrade, then fair enough. This site is about post hot deals, deals where products have a good discount off their normal price. This would be more classed as normal price just now.


True, but I figured the 1660S would have a bit more longevity in it than the 1650S, by the time it needs upgrading it will be time to upgrade the whole PC.


Well, yes. But my card hadn't failed a week ago or else I'd have bought that card then. Pricing goes up and down. It's about posting deals at reasonable prices you can buy right now, not about "buy this item for more than it was 2 weeks ago".


Theres between 3-5 fps difference, when did you buy it


Deals like this make me think I made a mistake getting a 1070 gaming x 2nd hand for £190

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HP OMEN 17" - RTX 2080 Super 8GB, i7-10750H, 17.3" 1080P 144Hz IPS, 300 nits, 100% sRGB ,16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 1TB HDD £1999.97
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
Part No: 2S386EA#ABU Stock Code: W206673 £16.99 via topcashback tracks at 0.85%
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Don’t be fooled by the 2080 if you see a 2070 grab that and pocket the difference as there’s a few reports that there’s not enough difference


Aye, considering as I want more pcie bandwidth. Need more nvme drives at full whack. Intel still top of the heap for most gaming use cases though. Tough decisions ahead :)


that AMD cpu though


On the cards for sure. Just torn between an Intel and amd cpu. Seems a good time. Never a great time to upgrade. Also eyeing up vr stuff and torn on what to prioritise :)


defo upgrade on that cpu

HP OMEN 15-dh1013na 15.6'' FHD 144Hz i7-10750H, 16GB RAM 1TB SSD + RTX 2080 Super (8GB, Max-Q) Gaming Laptop £1999.99 at Amazon
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
When it comes to power and performance, the OMEN 15 makes no compromises With a 10th generation Intel Core i7-10750H and NVIDIA GeForce graphics, feel free to crank up the settings… Read more

Parsec which I also listed let's you go to any refresh rate your host supports: Pushing It To The Limit — Parsec At 240 Frames Per Second With Just 4–8 Milliseconds Of Lag - It's all just using x/h265 (or 264 as fallback) it's just an encoder it will encode as many frames as you want, just a lot of apps by default will use 60fps as its the current standard but it is in no way a limit on the streaming tech.


He’s not getting 120fps I don’t think, my IPad Pro is 120hz and it’s still 60hz, it flicks between 59/60 rapidly........he can run the info option to prove which he probable can’t, sorry but it’s not like upscaling hd into 4k like nvidia shield, steam link app throttles the bandwidth to ensure it’s smooth probably for the average connection, this is Steam even advising in the article also. I’ve seen a couple of reddit posts about phones and steam app (even if 300fps would be awful though on tiny screen?) and they have advised it’s not the case. There’s no magic stream in existence from steam or nvidia atm, not even aware of anything else, I wish it was so

Grofit Guy getting 120 fps on his razer phone, your devices on both sides need to support the refresh rate. Input lag is not really noticeable unless you have a bad connection, I've been playing dead cells and some other fps games with it without any noticeable input latency. Sure there will always be more than wired and direct but the convenience far outweighs the negligible impact. If you are a competitive gamer then this may have an impact, also if you have wireless device on your thin client will add latency). If it helps I also stream VR over 5ghz WiFi without problem to my oculus quest with this setup and have played payday 2 max settings in VR over WiFi and its been superb as well as other pc vr games.


You’re wrong there, Ive already tested steam link app, it throttles to 60 and displays this when you turn the info display on........ also States the below: ‘Can I adjust my settings for better performance quality? Yes. There is an advanced settings menu option that allows you to tune streaming resolution and bitrate for the best experience on your setup. Over a 5 GHz network, our target is 1080p at 60 FPS with good quality for most scenes. If you have a powerful gaming rig, wired network, and a very good client device, it’s possible to stream at 4K 60 FPS.’ So your basically downgrading performance by using the app on your potato and it your to play online you’ll suffer some serious input lag too so online is ruled out (FPS mainly). Steamlink does work well for some things but the dropped frames is too much for me


Steam link hardware can't, steam link app can, and parsec can (as long as your monitor or virtual monitor dongle supports it).

HP OMEN 17-cb1003na 17.3'' FHD 144Hz i7-10750H, 16GB RAM 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD RTX 2080 Super (8GB) Gaming Laptop £1999.99 Amazon
Posted 5th JunPosted 5th Jun
HP OMEN 17-cb1003na 17.3 Inch Full HD, 144 Hz Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i7-10750H, 16 GB RAM, 512GB SSD, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 Super (8 GB Dedicated) Graphics, Windows 10 Home - … Read more

Very nice spec, if you have a spare 2k to throw about go for it.


nah, I think it will be the mobile version bit less power and bit less frame rates at the end but still a monster.


all that for 1080p gaming?


Possibly a stupid question but is that 2080 Super the same as a desktop 2080 Super? Surely not... The size difference must be quite huge?!


Recommendation please: HP Omen 17 or this setup for £1700? CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Motherboard: ASUS TUF GAMING X570-PLUS RAM: Corsair 16GB(2x8GB) 3600MHz CL18 Vengeance RGB Pro GPU: GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER Gaming Pro OC 8GB GDDR6 :SSD ADATA 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe XPG GAMMIX S5 CPU cooling: SilentiumPC Navis Evo ARGB 240 2x120mm Case: be quiet! Pure Base 500 Window Metallic Gray Power: be quiet! Pure Power 11 CM 700W 80 Plus Gold Desktop missing screen and portability factor.

PowerColor Radeon RX 5700 XT Red Dragon 8GB - £359.99 @ CCL Online
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Posted 4th JunPosted 4th Jun
Considering the current market this is the cheapest better reviewed RX 5700XT around Currently. This card is actually cheaper than it's 5700 counterpart in most places! Currently… Read more

Thanks. Bought from Amazon so might just try it out and see, if I get too many issues will return.


I would personally, the RMA rate and driver issues are big red flags imo, and I bought the best version of this card and still think that. My advice would be grab a 2060S or 2070, both cards match an XT in performance but you’re not playing russian roulette with drivers or hardware, plus you’re getting better options, like VR and emulators in which nvidia is considerably better. Thats my two cents. I use a radeon VII because I love the card, but it does crash on me too and has similar known issues to the XT.


I brought this card for £332 back in Jan and it been fawless. Normally silence and fan noise only kicks in when pushed. occassional see a black flicker maybe once or twice a month. currrently running a 1200 monitor, a 1080 monitor and a TV for netflix. currently got the latest 20.5.1 driver.


I just bought a 5700xt red devil, are you saying I should cancel the order and get something else?


Unfortunately not. I spend a good amount of time on the amd reddit, i’m a big amd fan and have a Radeon VII in my rig, and have experience with the 5700XT Nitro in one of my rigs and 5600XT Red Devil. The driver update didn’t fix the problems completely, despite people having the gpu for 9 months and dealing with them since sale. It’s important if you buy one of the amd gpus you realise this, you could end up with issues for 9 months before they even begin to fix them! My VII has had it’s share of issues too. Anyway, there are posts daily about black screening with XTs. It was good publicity for amd to say they’ve fixed the issue, they haven’t. It could be because game devs optimise for nvidia or because amd spend little on their drivers. I’m not sure, but it’s important to ask yourself it’s worth spending £400ish cash on something you know may have serious issues along the line. 6% RMA rate in the first 5 months is no joke.

15% off Alienware M15 r3, 300hz IPS, 100% sRGB, RTX 2070 Super, 10th gen, 16GB, 512 SSD gaming laptop - £1,982 delivered at Dell Shop
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
10% off code DELL10ER05 5% off Quidco Pro (upgrade for free) +£60 off future purchases (see further below) Hopefully helps someone, if it doesn't sink like an iceberg! :D Below … Read more

is this still working?


Well your right, Its only going to be good in esports style games and the mobile cpu on top of the gpu is never going to push many games at this framerate, Tho your desktop is going to run super smooth I guess


For this price I would just buy a XSX PS5 and a desktop (ninja)


It means git gud :D


Great video here showing average gamers success highly depends on the higher refresh rate so 300hz over 144hz is guaranteed to have improvements, even more so vs 60hz........basically the input lag is a killer, the time it takes for the image to refresh but also how long it takes to register your actions, glad I bought the 300hz! Features Linus who made it and some of the top gamers going like shroud, Grimmz etc

MSI RX 5700 (Open Box) for £222.49 from box
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Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Open box MSI rx5700 for £222 with free delivery from Comes with a 1 year warranty and the item description says it has never been used.

Was just hoping to be first when nedt stock is damaged but ptobaly dont have any sort of process in place for that :( oh welll


What can they do? They’ll issue a refund, I doubt you can expect any more.


Do i have a leg to stand on if i call tommorow to complain?


Cancelled mine too


Its a joke probaly didnt have any to begin with

Lenovo V155-15API AMD Ryzen 5-3500U 8GB 256GB SSD 15.6 Inch Full HD Radeon Vega 8 Windows 10 Home Laptop - £499.97 @ Laptops Direct
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Meet the V155 (15") laptop, designed to drive your everyday business. Increase productivity and efficiency with its robust AMD processor and graphics, keep your data safe with prof… Read more
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Yeah, BOX is well established, only ever heard good things about them on here.


Assume you have experience with this site, I've never used them myself. Are they reliable?


Take a look at BOX, there are some decently priced laptops with IPS screen, at this price point.


I bought this exact laptop for my son on Black Friday 2019 from ebuyer via eBay for £315. If you put 3500U into the search you will see that such machines have regularly been £100-200 cheaper. This is very expensive for this particular model. It’s perfect for my son, plays fortnite at a respectable FPS and does everything fine. TN screen so viewing angles not the best. But £500 is way over the odds especially with 4500U machines now appearing. Sorry OP.


is this a good laptop?

XFX Radeon RX 590 Fatboy 8GB Graphics Card - £169.99 delivered @ CCL Online
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
Not a bad card for the money, although probably not really the cheapest is ever been it's still the cheapest I can find currently for this chipset. Radeon™ RX 590 graphics bring… Read more

It was not my intention to boast and I'm glad you're satisfied, I however was not. The RX 580 performs much better on paper than in real life. I use my GPU for simulation work, AI modelling, 3D design, rendering, and gaming, amongst other things. In all these areas, the RX 580 performed much worse than my previous GTX 980. I've no brand preference, and I love a bargain as much, if not more than the next person, but this is not a bargain. The reviews on Amazon will give you some indication of that. In my opinion, cheap hardware is a false economy.


Buy cheap buy twice doesn't really make sense in this market. It makes sense to buy at a certain price point and buy twice over a couple of years to ensure performance increases with advances. Either way you were complaining about a £150 gpu and boasting about buying a £400 gpu instead. It seems you would have been happy with a rx580 but spent 2.5 times more on something to do the same job. Not much of a bargain to me. - someone who is very satisfied with their rx 580.


My point being - buy cheap, buy twice. The RX 580 should've been on par with my GTX 980. As for the Punto, I owned one of those too once, and what a POS that was! So instead, I saved my pennies and now daily drive a 4 year old 450 HP competition spec Subaru (y)


Similar to how I bought a Fiat Punto that had issues with it's wiring, transmission etc. returned and replaced with a Ferrari 812 . Far superior...


Yes , sorry forgot to mention I also under volted. No issues with the card since I made these changes fingers crossed.

XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT THICC II Pro 6GB £259.99 From CCLOnline.
Posted 3rd JunPosted 3rd Jun
XFX Radeon RX 5600 XT THICC II Pro 6GB So here we got a nice price on the 5600XT for £259.99 just dropped. AMD Bundle Game inc with 3 months Xbox. i need to state something with… Read more

Great YouTube vid, I just seem 2b in between buying or holding on . The 5700 sounds good. Thanks again.


its what i call a T up of about 1.5... 5700 would be a 2T jump. Solid price, and product for cost. Qs lies in, if u wait u might get even better spec if u got a card, itll be some wait!.... - one could test the market to see how much ud get of the RX590...... prob upto £150 in this daft used market tbh, XT5600 have n are coming down so there be always one here on offer or just around the corner, so for u, id test that RX590 for a sale.. get good, then its worth the jump.


Thanks . Do you think it's a good improvement for the money ?. And what would a 590 go for £ .



Would this double the performance of my RX590 8GB ?.

10% off Alienware M15 r3, 300hz IPS, 100% sRGB, RTX 2070 Super, 10th gen, 32GB, 1TB SSD gaming laptop £2,231 at Dell Shop
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Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
EDIT: Further 4/5% Quidco off if standard or pro member! So price could be £2192!!! Props to the kind gent who let me know. Before voting cold just because its Alienware, please… Read more
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That Linus knows better than anyone so I went with his advice which was the M15 albeit he picked that 7 months ago so the new version surely has to be better....I got the M15 r3 but 32gb and 1TB drive but used 10% discount code and 5% Quidco which tracked £96 too, you got yours? I reposted a cheaper version of this deal and it’s got heat.....funny how anything over 2k gets nuked! The blade is meant to be nice too but like you say with the price and it’s not available when I last checked


Yep i ordered as soon as it came out. By the way, which would you go for? M15 R3 super 2070 32GB Ram which i got for around £2100 or the razer blade 15 super 2070 16GB? The razer is a whopping £2600


Massive thanks pal for this!!! What I love about this community with the good eggs :). I just cancelled and reordered, quidco has tracked so 15% off in total....£2192.15 I might repost with this new update regardless of the cool hearted portion of the site :D


Seems to me hukd deals getting heat is more about deals most people can afford! Like if it’s out of their budget (granted this is out of reach for a lot) then the want to vote cold rather than vote cold because it’s a bad deal.....when you see the plastic g3 low quality option gets heat and this doesn’t get any comments regarding it being a bad deal or bad product and doesn’t get heat tells me what we’re up against really :D I’ll go checkout some 20 pence saving on a cream egg or something!!


The question was "Why do people want to game on a laptop?" Not "Why would anyone spend this much on a laptop to game on?" (y)

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS GP OC 8GB GDDR6 Dual Fan Graphics Card *Open Box* £447.80 at CCLOnline
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Main Features Dispersion fan blade: Steep curved blade accelerating the airflow Traditional fan blade: Provides steady airflow to massive heat sink below OC Scanner: An automated f… Read more
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Oh dear I think I’m the guinea pig


I bought an open box AOC monitor and it was literally perfect, not a single dead pixel. Some you win, some you lose. Hope you get your brass back soon.


I got a rx580 *open box* from CCL. Most faulty graphics card I've ever used. Been waiting 5 days for my RMA (mad)


I’m taking a punt this is close enough to the Amazon 340 2060 super to pay 107 quid. Fingers crossed it’s fully working and in good nick but they seem to have plenty of them heat and thanks 🙏


@Whitedot good spot

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER 8GB KO GAMING Turing Graphics Card £709.98 + £5.48 del at Scan
Posted 2nd JunPosted 2nd Jun
Introducing the all new RTX 2080 SUPER KO Gaming GPU from EVGA, bringing you superior cooling, overclocking and performance. Powered by the newest generation of NVIDIA’s 12nm Turin… Read more
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This is a comical price for the GPU An OC’d 1080Ti matches a 2080S, and the 1080Ti launched in 2017 for guess what....£699! imo grab a 2070S instead, OC it, they OC better than 2080S cards anyway, you’ll save £200 and lose about 5fps lol. That or get a 2080Ti. I nabbed one on a deal a week ago for £780, look around they can be had.


Red devil


which variant of 5700xt are you using


Not much other than a slight Mhz bump.


Depends on your use case. I would even argue its not really worth it (if it was my case) but if you plan on playing every new game at the highest settings and have the money for it why not. Imo the 5700 xt is just much better value @1440p If you're still on 1080p there is no real reason to go above a 2060 currently

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER Ventus GP 8GB GDDR6, 1785MHz, 3x DisplayPort, HDMI, Dual Fan Cooling System' (overclocked) £479.99 @ CCLOnline
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MSI GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER VENTUS OC Core/Memory Boost Clock / Memory Speed 1785 MHz / 14 Gbps 8GB GDDR6 DisplayPort x 3 / HDMI x 1 TORX Fan 2.0 Dispersion fan blade: Steep cu… Read more
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Why is (overclocked) in the title lol? these cards boost until they throttle... this should reach around 1900mhz+ then throttle


It's a shame. They used to be very competitive but rarely seen to be on anything now. Only advantage is that they stock a wide range of stuff like keyboard barebones kits which seem to be hard to get in the UK.


Right to be wary, God forbid you actually have to send it back. Currys customer service is even worse than normal at the moment.


Got one open box available for £448.


Yeah dodgy description though, lot of debate whether they'll send a 2070 or super. You know what currys is like plus faster delivery


Same, something about owning a radeon is just more fun, no idea why. So after my XT was irritating me enough I went for a radeon VII. It’s going ok so far, but it’s early days. It’s vega so likely more stable, maybe worth considering if you want to join red. Btw, if you add an aio cooler to the VII it OC’s by 20% easily, making it the second fastest GPU on the market.


It's a real shame, because I really resent paying Nvidia tax, and I'd rather support the underdog. I'm going to install the latest drivers this weekend and do some more testing. If it doesn't sort the problem, I'll double check it's the XT by reinstalling my Vega.


Can only concur. Upgraded to a 5700XT from a 1070TI. DDU to uninstall drivers. Had nothing but issues with AMD drivers. Green screen crashes. Black Screen crashes. Random grey screens. Games experiencing DirectX crashes. Returning this card and will hopefully drop on a 2070 super for £450 ish.


This, the people saying issues are fixed are making assumptions. Bear in mind, a 2070S is a good deal faster than an XT. I've got a 2070S rig and OC'd it out of the box for another 11% performance, putting it a solid tier above an XT, which really can't overclock far.


I would consider 100c to be pretty high. I would send it back now or getting it swapped as it won't get better with time

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