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Fusion Gamer AMD Ryzen 3 Processor, GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics, 8Gb RAM, 1Tb HDD Gaming PC £683.99 delivered (£583.99 after £100 credit) @ Very using BNPL Code.
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30/08/2018 at 21:00Expires on 30/08/2018 at 21:00Found 12th AugFound 12th Aug
Blue Tooth: N Depth: 508 MM Dongle Required: N 2nd gen AMD Ryzen CPU - Performance Gaming and Processing Nvidia Graphics - the latest Pascal architecture delivers unparalleled … Read more
floppydesk

Cold from me. Perfect for eSports. .. LOL

tuziol84

nothing special tbh.

robodan918

Everyone knows you need at least 16GB on the GPU to run Minecraft

robodan918

Ryzen 3 *system may not be delivered until spring 2019

jimmylee1990

Also... win 10 disc...but no optical drive lol!

ASUS Republic Of Gamers Strix GD30 Desktop PC, Intel Core i7, 16GB, 1TB + 256GB SSD, GeForce GTX1060 £1049 @ John lewis
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Found 11th AugFound 11th Aug
The ASUS ROG Strix GD30 boasts a Sci-Fi- and cyberpunk-inspired design with its stylish black and white finish, that’s been designed to appeal to fans of a certain iconic movie sag… Read more
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ImyR85

Apologies. It totally escaped me that he was referring to a HDD. I was about to ask where I can get one from for £37!

ecreative

Fair play, but each part also will have a warranty

ecreative

Clearly a typo...there’s always one (lol)

ImyR85

1Tb SSD for £37?

MoneyEyes

I'd pay the extra £150 to have it ready to go and fully warrantied

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ASUS ROG Strix-Scar edition GL703 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB, 1TB + 256 SSD, GeForce GTX 1060, 17.3", Black at John Lewis for £979
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144HZ Display Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 16GB RAM 256 GB SSD 1TB HDD I7 7700HQ 17.3" 1920 * 1080P Display Insane specification for the price imo
paulj48

After watching some YouTube reviews it says that TN screens have better grey to grey refresh rates than the IPS anyway. Still the closessed price for the same laptopwas over £300 anywhere else so I suppose I’m not bothered either way.

BirchieBirch

Type 'settings' in the search bar (bottom left of desktop) > click on 'Display' > click on 'Advanced Display Settings' (bottom of screen) It'll tell you there. Genuinely curious to see what screen it has. If it's 144hz it's even more of a bargain than it already is!

paulj48

4 websites, 2 144hz and 2 120hz. I’ll report back after 2pm when I collect it. Not sure how I will know though as I’m a bit of a PC virgin, I’ve not had a PC for over 10 years as I’ve used Mac’s

BirchieBirch

Again though, it states 144hz in ASUS's marketing blurb which Overclockers have just copied into the description (no doubt where JL have gotten the 144hz from) If you look at the product spec info at the top of the Overclockers page you'll see it states 120hz. This particular laptop has a 120hz screen. If it was the 144hz screen option, the part number would be different (as far as I know) Tbh, it doesn't make a great deal of difference, 120 or 144hz, its still a great laptop at a great price and well worth a pop. *I've edited my previous comments swapping SKU with part number as that's more accurate. Sorry for the confusion mate.

paulj48

I’ve looked and the 120hz panels are TN (with Matt finish) where as the IPS are 144hz and gloss finish. JL clearly states IPS Gloss finish. Suppose I’ll find this tomorrow when I collect from store That first link you’ve shown is the 144hz IPS panel version and the other 2 links 120hz panels.

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Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 3GB Graphics Card
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Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Price includes delivery of the graphics card. When delivering to the UK, and using my fee-free card, the total is £178.83. I know it only has one cooler and the new GPU's are right… Read more
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kreames

gtx 780 3gb for £95 in cex probably same perfomance as this if not slightly better and get 2 years warranty.

antispam246

Totally, usually watching it very carefully, not just for gpus (: Ive literally just finished a new build, replacing my 2011 build, all second hand parts and all stable after hours of prime95, mem86 amd intelburn. Only had to return two lots of ram but im certain it was more compatability with my ryzen build, saved just shy of a grand thanks to warehouse & ebay.

plewis00

There has definitely been more of this recently - I follow the scene and many miners in the UK gave up with the last drop in prices as electricity is expensive here, the other ones I spoke to said, get rid now while the prices are bad, have a break from mining and pick up when nVidia 11-series launches. Anyway a card that has been used for mining is probably better than one that's been used for gaming - mining: constant load, lots of airflow, undervolted and underclocked core vs. gaming: stuck in a case, fluctuating loads (heating/cooling), possibly OC'd (depends on gamer). Amazon Warehouse is a good place to look too and you get warranty - I've had an RX 570 for £155 recently from there, a GeForce 1080 Ti for £550, GTX 1070 for £270 (was sent back though as someone had done the 'swap it for a 1060 and see if Amazon notice' - they didn't) and a little one for the media PC - an RX 560 4GB for £49.

antispam246

Totally agree, partly what I was hinting at without being obvious. Like anything used, do your research and check out your seller thoroughly. Even a miner's (ooh white flamingo) card could be more than adequate as a stopover, if you buy safe (second hand) you can always have protection, just check everything out on receipt, if that was your worry, quickest check is too monitor temperatures for a day or two and compare to others. If you pop it in and your card starts screaming, "make it stop", send it back.

Redscoped

going used with crypto miners dumping cards on the market. You might get a good deal but you also might get a card that has been on mining day after day for 2 years. Not saying dont do it but just understand the risks.

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce  Gtx 1060 6gb £302.94 @ Amazon sold by Scan Computers Intl Ltd.
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Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
Lowest ever. As close to 300 as possible I guess. If you are not waiting for 11xx series this is the time.
gummby

Now in stock at £240 on Amazon.

gummby

£240 now on Amazon, Albeit out of stock. Agreed £302 was over priced for what this is. A budget CPU in terms of brands.

gu2gan

the best edition ever

The_Guru

Just so you know this is the special edition. The ningkumpoop edition!

nougat

Even Amazon themselves are selling it £60 cheaper on the same deal page

ASUS FX503VM-DM102T gaming laptop with 1060 6gb at Box for £749.97
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Hi, I've been having a very good look at gaming laptops, quite obsessively actually. However I have decided I just cannot afford to spend that much on a gaming laptop at the moment… Read more
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allesclar

Honestly go for the EVGA SC15 for £999 at the box.com

kumail110

Hi, Hope you are well. It’s my first time buying a gaming laptop. I’ll be starting university next academic year and was hoping to buy a laptop I can do my work on and also play games like BF1 & Rainbow six siege. Is this a good laptop? What are the cons? Is it worth the money or would you recommend I wait till the new GPUs are released, would the price reduce dramatically? Thank you

petermcgregor14

Either would be fine for the price. I think video editing relies mostly on the CPU and so the ASUS FX504 @£769 with i5-8300H I think would be better. Sure someone who does a lot of video editing will confirm or correct me.

redblueice

Which of the 2 would be ideal for video editing.

petermcgregor14

Brothers ay...get off my thread!

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Asus ROG STRIX Core i5-7300HQ 8GB 1TB + 128GB SSD GeForce GTX 1060 6GB 15.6 Inch Gaming Laptop £849.97  Laptops Direct
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Found 2nd AugFound 2nd Aug
I was checking reviews for this laptop after seeing another deal posted for it at Debenhams, and it's £10 cheaper here, plus 2.1% TopCashback. Still not sure if I'll go for it mys… Read more
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ollie87

Do you need a small system? What’s the budget? Probably best to PM me.

Luke1123

Thanks for the build Ollie. I think I'm going to go with something like this. Could you recommend a build using a Ryzen 5?

eraldo

You can also buy licence keys off ebay for about £3.

Masteryates

That's just your opinion Ollie. I see plenty of 15.6" laptops on the train every day. Just for my info, how much does a mITX weigh?

ollie87

Any "laptop" over 13 inches is too big to be truely portable. It's not just about weight.

Asus laptop with gtx 1060 6gb - £860 @ Debenhams Plus
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Found 1st AugFound 1st Aug
Was the cheapest laptop I found with a gtx 1060 6gb inside thought it looked a good deal with 289 quid off.
crazygoldfish

lol

audievo

Yep all noisy and most can heat a 3 bed semi!

crazygoldfish

You will be hard pushed to find any gaming laptop with good spec & quiet fans. besides most the time I wear a headset. guy next to me on a flight game me a few dirty looks (embarrassed)

Freeboski

£849.97 from Laptops Direct

theRainMan

That's my bug bear - loud fans. Will skip this - thanks for sharing.

Zoostorm i5-7400 Quad Core Desktop PC - 8GB RAM / ASUS GTX 1060 £575.99 zoostorm-sales / Ebay
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Found 31st JulFound 31st Jul
8GB RAM @ 2400MHZ I5-7400 ASUS DUAL OC 6GB 1060 inside according to listing (DUAL OC Model not two cards)
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ws007

My moneys on a cheap PSU taking out the motherboards.

ws007

It wouldn't be if it's out of warranty and the PSU blows and takes out the motherboard CPU and Gfx card :/

Lowtrawler

My guess is that the PSU fried the motherboards. The cheap PSU in these are very unlikely to give consistent currents and voltages. Decent motherboards will cope with some variation but the cheap motherboards in these will just give in. Ultimately, it's the PSU which is most likely to cause problems.

pimpMe

You don't need to spend that sort of cash, unless you want to of course, for an office machine you could do worse than buy from: https://itzoo.co.uk/collections/pc-base-units I bought an i-5 3470s from them several months ago and its been switched on 24/7 and used to stream to Twitch. Been flawless so far and only cost £160 with an SSD and 8gb memory. Monitors are 10 a penny, £100 gets you a 24' that will suit an office environment..

pimpMe

Hardly, what would be the chances of 2 motherboards failing in two seperate computers both within 24hrs? Don't forget the hassle of time off to accept deliveries and trips to post office to send back the defective PC's. Bad experience, yes. Bad luck, stretching it a bit there....[as luck has f**k all to do with it, either poor workmanship or bad quality components, nothing unlucky about it].

ASUS FX504GM Gaming Laptop (Core i5 8th Gen, 8GB RAM, 256GB + 1TB, 15.6" Full HD Wide-View 120Hz 3ms Screen, GTX 1060 6GB + Free ASUS Gaming Backpack & Mouse) £999.97 @ Box.co.uk
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31/08/2018Expires on 31/08/2018Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
There's a £100 saving on this ASUS gaming laptop, making it the cheapest around for a GTX 1060 6GB machine, and with a 120hz screen, 8th gen Core i5, and free accessories to boot; … Read more
trakker1

Heads up, the EVGA laptop is back in stock from the deal the other day (y)

pauledwardking1

https://www.very.co.uk/medion-erazer-x7851-173-inch-fhd-touch-laptop-i7-7700hqnbspprocessornbsp16gb-ram-1tbnbsphard-drive-ampnbsp256gbnbspssd-nvidia-gtx1060-6gb-graphics-windows-10-home/1600256218.prd This good for spec? Have 2 1070 version’s of this also that cost more...

allesclar

Cheers, I have now ordered this laptop and will be returning the HP one.

pauledwardking1

Lower FPS for this spec on many of the triple A games, watched on YouTube several videos. Battlefield 1/COD WW2 fps 60/70 but other triple A games lower fps some in 30/40’s... also 8gb ram instead of 16gb GTA V is gonna be choppy with only 8gb of ram...

solarfreak

Main plus I'm seeing is the Thunderbolt 3 port...

Palit GTX 1060 6GB Jetstream 16 x PCI Express 3.0 Express Card - Silver £229.99 @ Amazon
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Found 29th JulFound 29th Jul
Nice deal on a decent card! (excited) Prime ONLY! Features 6GB GDDR5 onboard memory 16nm FinFET Palit own design with extreme over-clocking capability NVIDIA Pascal architect… Read more
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kester76

Kcooperman. I guess I've a rough idea but I haven't been tweaking stuff since I got my vive so most stuff is stock drivers. There's a lot of them but the main ones are the Pimax 4k/8k. Whole list of them on here https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Comparison_of_virtual_reality_headsets Not sure if that list has the newer MR hmds on there so there could be more. I'm curious about which one you would go for between the pimax,vive pro or one of the inside out devices.

kester76

The HTC vive is low res compared to most of the new VR headsets. I'd main saving point is low POV. It's res is only 1080x1200 per eye which bears the dk2 but little else. Give pro is 1440x1600 per eyes which is a big bump but only keeping up with the newer hmds out there. I honest can't say if the GTX 1070 will cope with the 2k per eye hmds that are being released later on this decade though.

kester76

Normal resolution but low AA which makes a big different in performance but not so necessary on visual front . Only real reason for the extra speed requirement is bumping up super sampling. Also I'm only rendering to the main display and the vive though as the igpu handles the side displays. I guess it depends on you setup and if you're suffering with microstutters.

Nate1492

Low bar to set 'didn't throw up' must be fine, right? You never used a 1070, yet you are trying to describe your expertise in comparing the two? You think the HTC Vive is low rez? I mean, if you turn the graphics down to accomodate the 1060's lower GPU power, it would look lower, I guess? What gfx settings are you using?

kester76

You used your GTX 1070 as a HMD ? (shock) Not sure what you mean but GTX 1060 supports SMP too. You struggled to get 90fps on your GTX 1060 because ? Never used GTX 1070 but didn't throw up on my GTX 1060 so don't see the point (highfive) Have found that the HTC Vive is pretty low res so don't really need that high graphical quality but is probably because I don't have gear vr lens installed :D

OMEN by HP 15-ce013na Intel Core i7-7700HQ 8GB RAM RAM - 128GB SSD Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060 @ HP store with Unidays
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Found 28th JulFound 28th Jul
I saw this posted earlier for £899 and I just found a better deal for students using the Unidays app and voucher code SUMMEREX100. Windows 10 Home 64 Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ (2.8 … Read more
Deadlys

E-Voucher has expired on both SUMMEREX100 or SUMMER100.

Funkmeistro

Voucher is not working for me?

KinPiz

Do they provide replacements?

karl.jonesJ6s

I did an online order thought the HP site - sort returns in the same way

KinPiz

When requesting the refund what phone number did you call is it just the one on the Facebook page?

OMEN by HP 15-ce013na Gaming Laptop - GTX 1060, 120Hz - £899 @ HP
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The code had been posted by Afternoonmadness and I checked it out and found this spec great price imo. i7 7700HQ Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB GDDR5 8GB Ram 120 HZ Full HD Display. … Read more
zambrotta11

Thanks for confirming it is the max q version in it. Does it have g sync? It says on the website it does but I have read some reviews that don’t mention it

Hendy123

Received mine today and I’m very impressed with the overall look and build quality of the laptop but that 1060 maxQ just doesn’t cut it for me unfortunately, maybe I expected too much coming from a desktop with a 1080. I’m going to try it out with a few different games over the next few days and see how it gets on. I still think if you can get this for £824 with student discount it’s a steal but £100 more for the EVGA laptop posted last week will probably be your best bet! :D

Nadeem_Mir

Got the omen due to getting it for £824 otherwise this looks better option if you paid £900 for the omen.

Gogetyours_

Was looking for a laptop for video editing and seen this Omen gaming laptop. It was this or the EVGA SC15. Was ready to order and consider buying a bigger ram but iv decided to buy the EVGA as its an i7 7700 ,gtx 1060 ,6gb 120hz ips screen,16gb DDR4 ram,256 m2 ssd,1tb hard drive so yeah for a extra £100 i think its got what im looking for. https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/evga-sc15-laptop-i7-gtx-1060-for-99997-box-2993879?page=3#comment-34541123

shane_stocks

Good news mate! I've been playing around with my laptop since I've had it. Turns out it wasn't heat throttling but power throttling. All I did was download Intel Extreme Utility software and disable short turbo boost and I no longer have any throttling at all. I assume you're like me then mate. I get zoned into Total War Warhammer 2 for hours and hours. With this disabling of short turbo boost ive played for 5 hours on my lap without any throttling at all! So to reiterate, this laptop does not heat throttle, it's just a power limited that the manufacturer applies and it's much easier to rectify. Played the new Tomb Raider yesterday and I am getting 80fps on very high settings. Total War is very demanding and I get 40-50fps on very high settings.

Asus Strix GL503VM 15.6" Gaming Laptop  - 7th gen i5-7300HQ / GeForce® GTX 1060 3GB  / 8GB of DDR4 RAM  / 2TB HDD + 256GB SSD £759 w/code @ AO
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Looks a decent spec for the money, was £899, now £799 but use code LAPTOP40 and it'll drop by another £40 to £759 delivered. enter the code at basket, scroll down the page. Ded… Read more
SimTheRed

Thanks alot!

eraldo

I have the asus fx503vm so not quite the same version but same specs and looks like a similar chassis too. I believe what you get with the strix version is an unlock bios. I cant remember my stock temps with stock thermal paste but they werent great in the high 80s if i remember correctly but i changed the thermal compound to thermal grizzly kryonaut and undervolted the cpu by 0.120v and my max temps are 76c cpu and 74c gpu so quite a stable and good temperature and thats in this heatwave in a very hot room so when the temperature outside starts dropping my max temps may well go lower. With the strix version i believe you can control your fans so dont have to wait till the hardware gets hot for them to start cooling it off.

SimTheRed

Does this get relatively hot /overheat or somewhat stays cool?

clembo1990

It's their second attempt at making a laptop but they have made computer components for years. It's got good reviews and hits a good price point.

PSP91

Possible £30 cashback via topcashback 😁

DELL Inspiron 7577 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop £999.99 at Currys
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Found 26th JulFound 26th Jul
Similar to the Evga deal but without the NVME drive.
JF47

There are a couple of Asus laptops currently on here (Hukd) for around 750 which might be better value. If you do want to go for this one, there is a £20 voucher available (through Vouchercodes iirc - not direct from Currys) when spending over £200 at Currys

Sophia1993

Spot on. So sneaky they don't mention it. Glad I did :)

BirchieBirch

A varient with lower core and memory clocks Basically, it's slower by about 10%

newbs

Max Q?

SavageDonkey

Didn't even know about the maxq.. thanks for making me aware of it

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 WF2 3GB GDDR5 £189.99 Amazon
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Found 24th JulFound 24th Jul
Seems like a decent price compared to others!
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JackAnthony

"you wouldnt want a 1060 for 1440p anyhow"

Bobbystein

Nobody mentions 1440p before you do and you're right 3gb doesn't cut the mustard at high resolutions but you're talking about a card aimed at 1080p gaming and mentioning 1440p.

JackAnthony

Can you not read?

CurtisBowden

Bad deal, sorry guys!

GwanGy

About the right price I'd say .. Should perhaps be dropping in anticipation of the "Wonders we are about to Behold" coming from Nvidia Amd ,Not content with giving no competition to Intel for years and years, now they're doing giving no competition to Nvidia for years and years ..... lol

EVGA SC15  Laptop , I7, GTX 1060 for £999.97 @ Box
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intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 10… Read more
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benhawkins

Also on a side note EVGA's customer service is outstanding. I thought my charger was defective as at high load (pubg is the only game affected so far) I could hear a faint buzz, they dispatched me a replacement charger without any questions asked. Turns out I have some minor coil wine from my GPU when in superclocked mode, I have headphones on when gaming so it's a non issue for me really, in normal or silent mode this can't be heard. Overtime it will likely improve as the GPU wears.

benhawkins

Excellent for me. Build, Performance and screen are all excellent. Battery life is poor at around 2 hours and it's heavy AF but you can't win them all. I have undervolted mine to keep the CPU below 75, but even at stock it rarely goes above 82. They have vented the top and bottom which is smart as the bottom ones can be obscured when using on the lap, this keeps things cool when doing basic browsing ect. Both the top and bottom vents are needed when gaming however. You won't find anything better new for the money. IMO. Any questions welcome.

cycloptik

Seriously thinking of getting this laptop. What's your review a week in?

Mohan211

Yup. I chose the 2 day delivery but it got delivered the next day. Nice suprise.

Gogetyours_

Not expired Guys,offer is still on,i got mine today said 5 day delivery but got mine within a day. It looks great. Very well packaged, Will review it.

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 OC V1 Graphics Card with Free 120GB SSD at Ebuyer for £249.96
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Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Includes a FREE Kingston A400 120GB SSD. (cheeky) Specs:
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wah0007

I do understand, with the prices sky rocketing and all that. It is wise to wait, but prices have come down a lot, but they still need to come down a lot. I can remember when I bought 16GB DDR4 sticks for £90, and now the same sticks are worth £150.

mikebo1

Internet stalker!

reece.silba

cold - ssd is almost worthless they are frequently on sale for £20 or less nowadays and 1060 6gbs are popping up for £230-240 so it's regular price even if the ssd is useful at all for you.

lilstump

Is that seriously your pic!? If so wow I love you.

bbfb123

Depends what you class as bog standard resolution. A 1060 6gb will max out games at 1080p...just not 1440.

HP Gaming Desktop - Intel i5-8400, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD, GTX 1060 3GB + 16GB Optane at Amazon for £749.99
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Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Seems like a well priced OEM build: i5 8th Gen is amazing 1TB HDD boosted by the Optane module should make it work brilliantly 1060 3GB can handle an awful lot in a desktop L… Read more
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fattyuk

2017 is that you?

aaronlovesfood

Top deal, bought 20 to mine bitcoin with ;)

LazybeatX

If it's anything like most pre built pcs it will probably just be a generic Foxconn board with a nasty green PCB.

LazybeatX

Not bad, the motherboard will probably be shocking though.

fattyuk

"should make it work brilliantly" lol

MSI GL62MVR 7RFX-1269UK GTX 1060 Laptop £829 @ AO.com
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - 10th generation Pascal IPS USB Type-C x 1 Quad speakers
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Gogetyours_

Not lazy, its said i7 within the item description and i5 in another section.

jasonholcroft9

Well paying that much for gaming laptop for next 2 years is barely worth it. My point is if ur willing pay that much for laptop . Its worth paying a bit more. For a full experience

noonecanhelp1

i5-7300HQ mate don't be lazy and click on ze link (angel)

Gogetyours_

is this i5 or i7? i'm looking for a gaming laptop that maybe also good for video editing

noonecanhelp1

If I play Fortnite on my 1080p monitor on Epic settings. it uses less than 3GB of video memory... Can you give examples of which games running on 1060 3GB? Also have you seen how much more for the 6GB version? Laptops with much weaker 1050ti were costing more recently. Now we get a better gpu and people complain. Yes lets all get 1080ti, 4K monitors and take a loan from the bank to pay for it. This is a very good price for a gaming laptop that will play the majority of games on at least high settings for the next 2 years minimum! 8)

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