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GIGABYTE SABRE 17W V8-CF1 NVIDIA GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5, 17.3" FHD 120HZ, INTEL I7-8750H GAMING LAPTOP £1,199.99 Overclockers
Found 11th DecFound 11th Dec
£400 off! Comes with a FREE bag and mouse, the Fortnite bundle and the Intel starter bundle which includes Call of Duty: Black Ops 4! Sabre 17W v8-CF1 17.3" FHD 120Hz (WVA) A… Read more
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Bought this today, comes tommorrow. Was looking for a decent mid ranger and this seems to be it. If you sell the codes and extras it comes with could probably bring it down to £1100, maybe even less.


How does this compare to the msi with similar specs?


Have updated post now. Sorry, forgot to add at the beginning (lol)


It didn't when I posted

Xiaomi Gaming Laptop Intel Core Intel i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 8G 1T 128G SSD 15.6inch Mi Notebook - i7 8GB £891.44 @ BangGood
Found 10th DecFound 10th Dec
Seem like a really good alternative to a Razer Blade. Thicker, but also half the price.

You can go for that then:


1300 for that model now


Check gigabyte gaming laptop from overclockers. Better option IMHO.


Hi, what keyboard layout is this?

BS_Man do they declare such bulky items, so they slip through customs, are they being sent in manufacturers retail boxes or wrapped in bubble foil?

Amazon - Alienware 15 R4 15.6 Inch FHD Intel i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD + 1 TB HDD, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB, Win 10 / 5 payments of £299.80
Found 4th DecFound 4th Dec
Looks to be the lowest ever price. Available with 5 monthly payments of £299.80 if you wish. Check the Promo tab for - Buy this Intel Powered Gaming Laptop and redeem Call of D… Read more

Well I just thought your comment might make people actually think they're cheaply made, they're not. Having said that I wouldn't pay this much for a 1060 version.


I say, that's a trifle brusque.


Yeah you might be, the Alienware laptops are top notch though.


Why so much for a Dell?...


Cheap and tacky.

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Intel I7 9700k  retail  @  scan ebay           £369.64 with Ebay 15% discount code: Presents (may not work for everyone)
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Discount code: PRESENTS Works for maximum of £50
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My Noctua NH15s with 1 fan runs 9700k at 5ghz no problem 2nd fan is a waste, afew c lower


Thanks for the advice much appreciated still looking around think maybe dark rock pro 4 or noctua hd15 but will have a look at aio too


Do you think the 'logical upgrade paths' are demonstrated in the differences between Ryzen 1xxx and 2xxx? How about Intel 8xxx and 9xxx?


I noticed you didn't actually get a very good cooler recommendation, so I'll chime in here. This site has one of the best comparisons of coolers in the entire web. There are three key factors in deciding which cooler you want. How well it cools, how loud is it, and how much it costs. Looking at this chart, I see a really strong entry in the Arctic Liquid Freezer 240. It's currently under 80 quid. Another option is... SilverstoneTundra TD02 This has a 'high' and 'low' setting. Here's the Tunder TD02 review.


Ok thanks man for the help appreciate it

LENOVO Ideapad 14" Intel i7 8th Gen Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey
Found 23rd NovFound 23rd Nov
LENOVO Ideapad IP320s-14IKB 14" Intel® Core™ i7 Laptop Intel® Core™ i7-8550U Processor RAM: 8 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD Full HD display 1920 x 1080, New Intel UHD 620 Graphic… Read more

If it was 16gb, even for £100 I would buy it


The integrated Intel UHD Graphics 620 (Intel Gen 9.5) is untouched from the 8th Gen Kaby Lake chips. With fast dual-channel memory it can reach the performance of a dedicated GeForce 920M. Supports H.265/HEVC Main 10 with a 10-bit color depth as well as Google's VP9 codec.



Intel Core i7 9700k (Includes Black Ops 4 and Thermal paste free) - £385.46 Delivered @ Scan
Refreshed 22nd NovRefreshed 22nd Nov
This seems to be the best price for the 9700k at the moment, however, I do believe it'll come down elsewhere by maybe... £40 tomorrow?

waste of time for me they blocked it and then got a automated call as they suspect fraud


You can get it at Ebuyer for 389.99 with visa checkout


They're not putting it back on I waited up hours Can't believe they put it up hours before Friday anyway.. Contacted them and this is what they said. Unfortunately, we are not expecting anymore available on offer as we only have limited units at this price, i do apologise best bet is to buy the oem version from overclockers. If only I hadn't been sidetracked. ;(


Wow they actually put the price back up on Black Friday (mad)


No sign of it damnit ;( I'll wait a bit if not OCUK oem it is.

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ASUS TUF 15" FHD 120Hz  Intel i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop+ Freebies worth £200+ - £989.99 @ Scan
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Intel i7 Processor 8GB DDR4 Memory 1060 Graphics 256GB M.2 SSD 1TB HDD +++++++ Freebies ++++ Rucsac and mouse Free 1 yr antivirus £150 game Bundle Call of duty Black ops You… Read more
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I can play some in Ultra, was that not clear ? I don't even know what overclocking is, why would I want to over clock when I can play any game I want at high settings ? Surely the laptop is working as it should ?


High not Ultra it’s a GTX 1060, and ASUS say these models can be overclocked when in fact they cannot because of throttling that’s false advertising pure and simple!


What's it matter if it plays everything at high/ultra without overheating?


Don't all laptops overheat if you used them on max settings?


Have you checked using monitoring software? It has two types of Throttling power limit and Thermal!

Huawei Matebook X PRO (Intel i7-8550U Processor, 16 GB RAM, 512 GB SDD) £1299.99 Amazon
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
So I spread some misinformation on the previous Huawei Matebook X Pro deal from Argos (to confirm, the i5 model does not have the MX150) and I just went to look at the laptop on Am… Read more
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Saw that on Reddit, may do that if it becomes distracting, shouldn’t need fix a new laptop though (shock) just wanted to state the issue.


What's the paper trick?


Just do the paper trick for the trackpad. Simple and works perfectly.


Arrived today. Noticed the ‘loose’ trackpad and that it doesn’t sit completely flat. Will see how the rest of the laptop performs before I think about sending it back.


Its the same with Dell XPS 13

Lenovo Ideapad 720S 13" UHD Laptop - Intel i7-8550U / 512GB SSD / 8GB RAM / USB C Ports / Fingerprint Reader £699.99 @ Lenovo
Found 19th NovFound 19th Nov
Okay, so I've just come across this model now which looks great considering it's an 8th Gen i7 and has a UHD IPS Screen. It's only the Champagne colour one at this price. If you're… Read more

Charging the battery from 10% to 100% while not using it takes around 2 hours, at 60% brightness and in better performance mode around 5 hours screen time.


How is battery life on them? Does it have fast charging?


Mine has arrived too and I must say the gold colour is rather nice :) fantastic buy thx op


Mine arrived today - unbelievably light laptop! I take back what I said about the champagne gold colour - it's not too bad at all.


Ordered on the 19th and still waiting for delivery :(

Intel i7 9700k (OEM) + Intel Starter Pack (Call of Duty 4 Black OPS, Killing Floor 2, Evasion) £398 @ OverclockersUK
Found 18th NovFound 18th Nov
As far as I know, the only difference between retail and OEM is warranty (3 years vs 1 year). Includes the Intel Starter Pack too, slightly more than the Amazon Global Store deal … Read more

Only £379.99 now plus delivery which seems to be next day bringing it to £388.69 I can see why people are bothered about buying these because they do pre-binning and you don't want an inferior chip, you want to enter the lottery like everyone else. But apparently they put the chips that don't make the cream of the crop them in their pre-built systems. God I hate pre-built systems, especially how they can have such expensive parts but then a low end motherboard.


This whole gen is a massive step in the wrong direction Can't fix spectre issues with current silicon? Disable hyperthreading, and release it anyway as i7-9700k Then actually fix the issue, re-enable hyperthreading, and release it as i9 - for double the price of the last gen top end, but only 10-20% performance boost (less in single threaded tasks), despite adding 2 more cores Good joke. Everybody laugh


They do pre-binned CPU's the one's not up to scratch are said to be used in the pre-built systems. Still bothers me...


I'm a little confused by your analogy there but I think I see your point. Paying the extra for a few frames is mad logic, I get that and you're right, the extra from benchmarks is little. If you have the budget to go for an Intel based system and you're gaming though, it makes sense just to go for the higher performer. It's like having the budget for a Ferrari to pan it around Nürburgring but then thinking "Wait a minute, I know, I'll get a Fiat Panda with a supercharger", you'd go for the Ferrari, wouldn't you? Don't get me wrong, i think AMD has come up well compared to their overly hyped bulldozer FX series they once hyped and If I was looking at more heavy productivity loads, Ryzen would be my first choice as proved. Much like Apple vs Android, you'd gain more for the resale of an intel build than you would Ryzen.


Usual i7, as in the 8700K?

MSI Leopard 17" Full HD 120Hz Intel  i7 Laptop + GTX 1070 8GB - £1,399.98 @ Scan
Found 16th NovFound 16th Nov
Not GREAT but GOOD deal! 17.3" MSI GP73 8RF-625 FHD 120Hz 3ms Display with 94% NTSC Color Gamut i7 8750H 6-Core 12-Threads CPU 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 RAM 256GB NVMe + 1TB HDD Storage… Read more

Same price on Scan and Box. Box: 1% Quidco (£14 and Free CoD 4) but next day delivery £8 Scan: Free next day delivery Any other pros/cons between the two to people's knowledge?


I believe thats changed in the last few hours. This afternoon it mentioned £150 worth of free extras, all of which games, although i cant remember which

Slyhippo With a copy of cod 4 as well it seems.


This is now £1389.99 on

Slyhippo are selling at the same price but with FREE Gaming Mouse , Mouse Mat and MSI Dragon Toy. Not quite as good as £30 cashback but decent if you're after some goodies.

INTEL CORE I7 8086K ¦ Z370 ULTRA GAMING WIFI ¦ 16GB RGB RAM + **FREE 512GB SSD** £790.49 Delivered @ Overclockers
Found 15th NovFound 15th Nov
In this bundle you get: Intel Core i7 8086K Anniversary Edition Processor with 5.0GHz Turbo. Gigabyte Z370 Ultra Gaming WIFI RGB Motherboard. 16GB Gigabyte RGB 3200MHz Memory. … Read more
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If I get the i5 8700k without a GPU because I won't be gaming.


intel all the way, the choice is yours and depends how much you want to spend, also depends what GPU/GPU/s you want to use


I just bought this but swapped out the mobo for a z390 MSI one for an extra £50 Granted this is with a cooler not an ssd


By cheaper parts, you mean less expensive right (and arguably better)? Since I am pretty sure that Corsair RAM with a lifetime warranty from the manufacturer at the same speed, vs. Gigabyte (made by Team Group) RAM with a warranty only from the store you bought it from seems like the 'cheaper' part priced higher, but I guess those RGB lights make up for it. Sigh.


Recommend me a build, should I get AMD or Intel?

ASUS FX705GE-EW096T 17.3 Inch Full HD Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-8750H, 8 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD + 1 TB HDD £999.99 @ Amazon
Found 14th NovFound 14th Nov
Good priced 4GB 1050Ti with 8th Gen i7 Slim bezels on the screen too which are better than what's on the Omen ones in the market Screen Resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels Maximum Disp… Read more

Looks like either ASUS or Amazon listened to you...


Needs to be at least a 1060 at this price point. Preferably a 6GB variant.


The 1050 TI is terrible in a machine at this price. You can find cheaper deals posted here with more GPU Grunt. cold for the above reasons.


Too much for a 1050 ti, even if is an i7 8th gen


no no to 1050 Ti

Intel i7 9700k £387.63 @ Amazon (Global Store)
Shipping from United StatesShipping from United StatesFound 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Bought this myself last Thursday evening and ordered with expedited delivery. Arrived Monday morning. Price includes all shipping charges, and import fees. Cheapest price availab… Read more
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Not necessarily true. 2 physical cores actual work better than virtual cores in some instances. I'm able to stream and game at 3440x1440, where I know some of my friends struggle with the 8700k. Day to day, and for most things though, the 9700k outperforms the 8700k marginally showing that the losing hyperthreading for 2 physical cores has had zero impact on performance. Now if you were comparing the 8700k at £380 and the 9700k at £480, I would definitely say go for the 8700k, but given the price, its a no brainer


Sorry to be the bearer of bad news but intel was very dodgy in the 9000 series intel chips. Normally i7 are hyperthreaded but this year they moved it only to i9. So if you aren't that savvy the i7-8700k is 6core/12 threads The i7-9700k is 8core/8 thread. So you lost 4 threads for 2 actual cores so depending on your clock speed and program you are using might be better off the with 8700k.


Had a look at both cases, both pretty smart

easymoney Bought this one good to know about case not needing fan, son has two G-Sync monitors, think I'll have to go the Intel way.


Not considered Ryzen? cheaper, comes with a nice looking stock fan. Intel you have to buy a fan. Case shouldn't require any.

Razer Blade Stealth 12.5-Inch 4K-Touch Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7500U 3.5GHz, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD, UK Layout, Windows 10) £993.02 Amazon
Found 13th NovFound 13th Nov
Razer Blade Stealth with 4K Touch Display (3840x2160) IGZO-Touchscreen, 512 GB SSD, Intel i7-7500u with up to 3.5 GHz, 16 GB Dual-Channel-RAM, Thunderbolt 3 and Razer Chroma RGB li… Read more

I was just going to say, what's the point in 4k screen and good ram and ssd if there's no dedicated GPU


having seen both this and the regular blade side by side, the stealth is actually quite a lot smaller and lighter when compared to the blade then i had expected. still too expensive, and not a new model.


Initially I thought 4k on such small screen was wasted too, but it appears with the Dell XPS 13 series the 4k screen has better screen colour accuracy and think better brightness NIT level compared to the FHD screen. It appears this is similar as the Amazon description claims this is "100% Adobe RGB" so this will also be suited for PS users on the go too. IMO this is not bad price compared to other ultra portable laptops for an high spec ultra portable laptop with a decent screen with full thunderbolt lanes (4x? instead of 2x option to use eGPU).


IGZO is just beautiful tho


go for a dell xps infinity 4k touch, 100x better quality

Intel i7-9700K (OEM - no box) £407.69 - Overclockers
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
OEM version of the i7-9700K, i.e. no retail packaging. There is the risk that these are the product of a binning process, i.e. tested and not suitable for overclocking, but Overcl… Read more
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Cheers! (y) 😁


funniest post of the day award...


"There is the risk that these are the product of a binning process, i.e. tested and not suitable for overclocking, but Overclockers have stated this is not the case." Binned CPUs go into their pre-built systems, not into OEM sales.


They must have seen the news about Zen 2. #worried


I imagine they will be ^.

Intel i7 9700k retail boxed - Amazon US £385.62 inc fees / delivery BX80684I79700K
Found 6th NovFound 6th Nov
Temporarily out of stock but with a £110+ saving over UK prices might be worth the wait for some.
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I'll bite... It has been back in stock since the deal was posted and went oos again it also dropped down to £378. It's done this a couple of times where both price and stock has pinging about. It's buyers choice at the end of the day regarding the rest :)


(y) Funny that- still OOS I am totally shocked or did I not predict the future ........ for Sh4rk-test-I-call? it is is a great deal for end users who don’t mind not contributing to the UK economy and paying the 20% VAT the government charge us, however it’s out of stock and will continue to be until a predicted February 2019 (intel from intel) so that’s why I don’t think it’s a good deal unless your a VAT dodger who don’t mind waiting 2 months plus (by which time the price will have stabilised in the uk and be down by about 20%) its up to the buyers in the end but it’s not available at this price today, tomorrow or for the foreseeable future - fingers crossed intel do release more stock before FEB ps there is loads of stock in the UK but it will not last long


Price dropped now to £385.62, updated OP.


OOS is fine for a deal, clearly stated in the title it is from Amazon US and that delivery / fees are included. If you don't think £385 for a chip that costs £499 from UK suppliers is a deal then maybe this isn't the thread you're looking for.


OOS and also from USA so no VAT but possible import duty so alwAys will be cheaper when stock available but it’s not available so not really a deal ? Good find find for anyone who got one but there is a huge world wide shortage on all Intel CPUs due to Intel’s cock up just before Xmas so get them while you can as all stock could dry up before Santa gets here, be warned stock is going to be short until February 2019 Good luck or buy AMD as very good value for money before intels huge 20% price increase and even more so now .... ps. 8068 is not £408 as that’s not actual physical stock so. You may never ever get one, mine has been on back order with amazon for over a month to date and no sign of coming At that price. It’s £510 from companies with physical stock on Amazon, remember amazon charge companies 7% to 12% in fees to sell items so at 500 quid Amazon pocket a minimum of £33 quid of your money so you will get a better price direct with the other companies who have stock. Hence why amazon is one of richest companies on the planet.

Lenovo IdeaPad 520 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-7500U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA  GT 940MX (2GB) DEDICATED GFX £629.99  Laptop outlet
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
It is a 7th gen i7 but still a really good price. 2% student discount also.
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Avoid buying from Lenovo direct at all costs. I purchased a laptop the mouse pad was dead on delivery. The build is super cheap and the only advise they give is to fo a full system restore back to manufacture. If I had purchased from currys or pc world I would have demanded a full refund not what you expect when purchasing a purported new item .also when using hdmi the external sound is full of drop out and time lags


ACER swift is actually really good. I might add bigger ssd. However Acer aspire with Ryzen 5 2500u is bit better in multicore benchmarks and graphic card is definitely "much" better than Intel on board graphics.


I just picked up the Swift 3 for myself, actually. I've only tested LoL on it but it runs that very well even on high settings. That Aspire looks good though for the price. What do you think my machine would be capable of running? I understand the Ryzen chips have much better intergrated gfx.


Have you looked at Acer Aspire 3? Check below and if you decide to buy make sure to add a M. 2 SSD (may cost extra £40-60) and it'll beat i7 7500u and 940mx.


Ryzen 5 2500u will beat i7 7500u cpu and 940mx while consuming less power (Ryzen cpu might be slightly slower in single thread works but definitely beat multicore)

Dell Inspiron 7000 15.6" Full HD Laptop Silver (Intel i7-8550U, 8 GB Ram, 512 GB SSD, MX130 4 GB GPU) £899 Currys
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Spotted this whilst Googling the previous 13.3" Dell Inspiron 7000 deal and whilst it lacks a little on the Ram side I thought it seems like a decent price for the spec/portabili… Read more
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I've a 7000 series Inspiron. Great cheap laptops, but the build quality is absolutely terrible. 3 touchpads, 1 keyboard and now the battery is dying. They are cheap for a reason - They are the HP of 10 years ago.


Not entirely sure on this exact model but if it's the 7570, which sounds like it from this link, then it is an IPS panel.


If not bothered about graphics card, this is a better deal and finished product I5 8 gen at 700 at Johnlewis or 600 at ao with cashback and discount code Or the same machine with i7 at Currys Ebay brand new for 750,store:952105825960022061&prds=oid:1637725439158919598&q=lenovi+530s+ao&hl=en_GB&ei=nU-lW-nAIqTKgAaL7J_4Cw&lsft=gclid:EAIaIQobChMIoMvdkPPM3QIV67XtCh0npAVTEAQYASABEgKeaPD_BwE


This an IPS panel or a crappy TN? I'm assuming the latter.


Depends what MBP you're looking at, although the closest MBP price-wise is the base spec (granted, better screen) 13" at £1.2k which is around 0.7KG lighter. Worth looking at the 13" Dell variant though (linked in description) - same price as the above but 16GB ram and same/similar weight to the MBP.

ASUS FX504GM-EN150T 15.6 Inch 120 Hz Full HD Wide-View  i7 gaming/web design/music production laptop £997.97 Amazon
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
I've been searching for a while for a laptop within the £1k range. This seems to stand out.. especially as the processor scores particularly high on CpuBenchmark compared to other … Read more
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This is the one I bought weight says 2.95kg it only gets carried between bedrooms and the kitchen so not really an issue


Interesting Paul. The TN on my FX503 is so poor you can't see anything at times in Windows explorer of the crazy white on white on white of Windows 10. With the £100 refund I got from AO for the poor screen, I've had to go out and buy a Chromebook just for browsing internet smut. Hopefully an actual owner of one of these can pipe up and reveal the quality.


How much does your 17 inch Asus weigh?


The 17" screen on my Asus ROG Strix is a 120hz TN screen and is very good. Viewing angles shold normally be a problem on laptops as you view them from the front anyway.


If this is a TN panel, (your description doesn't say,) you can forget about photo video editing. Got an FX503 and the display is so poor it walked straight out of 2006 with respect to colour/contrast/viewing angles. Can anyone confirm screen quality/type?

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