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Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz LGA 2066 Retail Boxed Processor, £234.99 at ebuyer
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
i7-7740X Socket 2066 Kaby Lake-X Turbo Speed 4.5 GHz

You are hilarious! I'm stating facts, not slinging mud as you just did. I know what I'm doing and have the qualifications to prove it. I'm not backing anything up? LOL. I've provided sources with benchmarks in post 6, all you've done is state I'm wrong and not proved otherwise. Keep trying. ;) Good offer from CEX though. I hadn't thought of that.


To be quite frank (like you are) you don't know what you're talking about. You haven't backed anything up, you've just looked for anything that can be taken out of context i.e. using a very specific workload as a benchmark for the overall performance difference of a whole generation of CPUs. It's like judging a bodybuilder in a competition based on their chest alone & not there whole body.If your own personal research is bad it's not my job to correct it for you, the ownace is on you. Side note: this cpu is £140 at cex and still, in my opinion it's not worth it unless you have a compatible motherboard already.


got this from amazon at xmas for £179....motherboard cost me £299.....vr just flies now with my 1080ti....and games are real smooth at ultra high happy with it


Ok, best that you wait 10 years and pick one up then.


1) CPU from OcUK when they cleared out, forums only special offer IIRC. Aorus board from Scan. It was about £160 when I bought. They put the price up to £180+ by the time it hit this site a few days later. 2) Personally I don’t care about the LEDs. Higher end boards get better power delivery which aids in overclocking, USB 3.1, more M.2 slots, better audio etc. The rough equivalent features wise is the Z370 Aorus Gaming 5 which is ~£180. 3) 7820X probably, if the price drops. 8 core, 4.5Ghz Turbo stock. Lets see what the next refresh brings. ;) 4) Yeah, writing is on the wall for the consumer chip on the HEDT platform idea, but that doesn’t make it a bad chip if the price is attractive enough, which is what I said in my first post. You can still buy a 7700K and that’s dead-er than the 7740X as regards platform … and more expensive and slower.

A Grade Refurbished Desktop -  Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Desktop PC i7-4790 3.60GHz 16GB Windows 10 with code NEWCUSTOMER £292.50 - ITZOO
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Grade: A Grade Refurbished Desktop Brand & Model: Dell Optiplex 9020 SFF Processor: Intel i7-4790 3.60GHz Screen: N/A Memory: 16GB DDR3 Storage: 500GB Sata Hard Drive Opt… Read more
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Probably only had one then... expired.


Now out of stock.


heat for username (excited)

ASUS FX503VM Laptop - i7 / 8GB / GTX 1060 6GB + Backpack £929.97 (Free NDD w/code) / Acer 21.5" SA220Q ZeroFrame Monitor £81.99  @ Box
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
For a 6GB GTX 1060 set up I think this a nice option for an ASUS model, you get a free backpack with it as well. A nice slick looking machine and as far as backpacks go... I actual… Read more
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Good deal same price on


That bag's way to small for the laptop.


This laptop is pretty portable. It's much thinner that the usual gaming laptop. Not bad at all.


Not everyone has a lot of space, e.g. has kids, can take gaming laptop on train or away on business


Well if you did want a portable computer, say if you wanted to take it to a friend's place or your girlfriend's, or even move to a different room in your house, you're more likely to prefer taking a single self-contained device rather than lugging around a desktop and various peripherals with you (including a monitor). Unless you have weak bones and/or muscles, they're not that difficult to carry.

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Dell Precision 15 3510 i7 6820HQ 2.70GHz,16Gb,360Gb SDD,2Gb AMD FirePro W5130M,REFURB laptop £551.94 - MSC
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Dell Precision 15 3510 i7 6820HQ 2.70GHz 16Gb ddr4,360Gb SDD FirePro W5130M 15.6″ FHD Win 10Pro 1 year returned to base warranty £450 exc VAT, £540 inc VAT,Delivery £9.95 making … Read more
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Precision was/is not designed for gaming.


It's not a gaming gpu


Why is everyone obsessed on gaming laptops..... Is this a decent all rounder? Sorry not having a go just an observation.


firepro cards are for workstations not gaming so probably a good option for a cheap CAD pc rather than a gaming rig


Not a gaming laptop this is a workstation replacement

ASUS ROG Strix ZX753VD-GC266T 17.3-inch FHD Gaming Laptop with Gaming Backpack and Mouse (Black Metal) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX1050 4GB GDDR5 Graphics, Windows 10) (Used Very Good) £770.03 - Amazon Warehouse
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
ASUS ROG Strix ZX753VD-GC266T 17.3-inch FHD Gaming Laptop with Gaming Backpack and Mouse (Black Metal) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX1050 4GB GDD… Read more

That is a popular misconception. Amazon covers the purchases in line with their "Satisfaction Guarantee" but that is all. Look, they are great with returns and you may be lucky, but I wasn't with two purchases, a camera and a laptop.


Not sure why this is cold (lol)


Amazon warehouse goods come with 1 year warranty.


Not voting but I would not buy something for 770 without a warranty. this only has 30 days option to return. Manufacturers do not honour warranties for Warehouse purchases in general so look out for that and check what Amazon are offering.


What is a "gaming" backpack? Does it have rgb lights on it? It better have or that's false advertising for sure.

MSI GE63VR 7RE (Intel i7 Quad Core / 16GB RAM / 256GB SSD 1TB HDD / GTX1060 / SteelSeries RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £1299.97 Delivered @
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Similar to the MSI deal I posted the other day, however this has a serious spec bump in comparison. 16Gb DDR4 RAM, 256GB SSD and 1TB HDD, Dedicated GTX 1060 6GB Graphics card means… Read more
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Newer CPU traded off for a smaller SSD.


Not wanting to hijack your deal, but there's the new MSI GP63 with a brand new 8th Gen i7 for £1249(pre-order) at OverClockersUK. most of the other specs are in common with your one. Hope this helps somebody! EDIT: oh it doesn't have the free bag that one has.

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ASUS ZX553 15.6 Intel Core i7 GeForce GTX 1050 8GB RAM 1TB Windows 10 Black - £699.99 @ Box eBay
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
7th Gen i7 with a pretty good gpu. Not a bad price if you ask me.

Just be aware that lots of us bought a deal last week on for the FX503 with GTX 1060. It was advertised as having an IPS screen but arrived with an awful TN panel. This machine doesn't say IPS in the description so I would assume its the same TN panel as our 503's. To make this deal even colder, our 503's have 128GB SSD and we only ended up paying £609. (£749 - £40 voucher code - £100 AO refund for incorrect display.)


But you said you have it in your laptop, so what money have you saved? You have paid a lot of money for something that compares to a gaming console.


The idiots that come here saying the 1050 isnt a gaming gpu have no idea what they are talking about so just ignore their bull****. The 1050 sits between a 960m and a 970m and its totally adequate for 1080p gaming on the go and the gaming benchmarks prove that. The 4gb version would be better tho.


People weren't interested when i posted that laptop, went cold


I’d rather save my money and buy something that I need.

Intel i7-8700K Processor on Amazon for £292
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Posted at £295.62 the other day, even lower now.

This CPU continues to really impress me. In my opinion anyone even considering a non K 8700 over the 8700K for the relatively small difference in price you would be regretting it down the line and you would actually be getting a lower price to performance ratio! It's 100% worth the extra few £££ to go or the K unlocked chip, pics below show the extra performance increase of all 6 cores at 5ghz.


Nope. I'm not making the mistake of buying a locked CPU and board again. Anyone buying a locked 8400 should at least buy an unlocked Z370 board so there is an upgrade path later on. The 8600k is the lowest I would consider at the moment. Otherwise the Ryzen 1600 makes more sense.


My friend is actually looking at the 8600k & 8400 he cant decide which one to go for. I said go for 8600k for the sake of £50 ish but I didn't know new boards were out, how much can you get a new budget board for?


Yeah I was really put off by all the debate and bad reviews mentioning heat and needing to de-lid etc nearly didn't buy one. 1.285 volts at 5ghz mid - high 70s temps under load seems okay + only get around 50 - 60s during gaming and there is quite a considerable performance increase at 5ghz over the stock or non K 8700 after overclocking in benchmarking results. I must have got lucky too! Can always disable the hyper threading for lower temps and higher clocks and run it as a higher binned 8600k too takes a couple of seconds in bios.


If you are looking for good value, the 8400 at sub 150, paired with one of the new budget motherboards would be a really good deal. 6 physical cores that turbo up well.

MSI GP62 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop (Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 Graphics, Windows 10 Home) 7RFX Leopard Pro 880UK - Black £899.97 @ saveonlaptops
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MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Leopard Pro)-880UK Intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 128GB M.2 SSD Combo (NVMe Ple G… Read more
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The SSD and RAM don't bother me at all as these are easily upgraded. The 3GB GPU makes this a no go for me


Tempted, but any others to consider for this money?


1060 with only 3GB Only 128GB SSD Only 8GB RAM The MSI bundle makes it a little better of a deal but the GE62 is apparently much better than this.


Pretty sure this has already been posted. Would have snapped it up.if it wasn't for the 3GB GPU

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX(Intel i7 Quad Core / 8GB DDR4 / 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB / RGB Keyboard) + FREE MSI Bundle Pack £899.97 Delivered @ Box
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
Fantastic price for this to be honest. If you are looking for no compromise in specs; on a gaming laptop, this may fit the bill :) The laptop also comes with a Free MSI Bundle Pac… Read more
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I have yes but only Mario kart and Zelda. Both work pretty much perfectly at 1080p and even with the higher Res texture packs. It does struggle above 1080p however.


Tempted, but any others to consider for the money or similar money?


Have you tried cemu?


I got an MSI laptop last week. Similar specs. The 7700hq with the 1050ti and I love it. Ironically I've not played a single pc game on it but things like pcsx2 and dolphin run like butter in 1080p and even above ( via TV out).


With all these gaming laptop deals lately. It's hard to convince myself I don't need them. I got a slightly out of date gaming pc that collects dust other than work. That's my excuse not to buy a laptop. but man, the want is becoming difficult to ignore! (horror)

Intel CORE i7 8700 - 4GB GeForce 1050Ti - 8GB - 1TB HDD - £719.96 @ pc2u4u eBay
Found 6th AprFound 6th Apr
I’m not a hugely knowledgable PC guy, but as far as I can see this is the cheapest price by a fair way for this kind of system. I mainly do photo/video editing and have 16gb memory… Read more

what is the story with this website anyway? it's all over the place in their store front and item to item. Whole swathes of missing information on pre-builds. Like what is the motherboard? What is the PSU? If it doesn't list these things, should you expect your pre-build to arrive without them? It's strange. On one build they have for sale it states 8gb ram in the title, yet in the details it says 4gb ram. They seem.... like you wouldn't buy from there, why would you? you don't even know everything that is in the machine. How can this be considered a good deal, when there are components in the machine that could potentially be a stitch up because we don't know what they are.


That’s a good option. Thanks for sharing. It’s not entirely surprising that you get a lesser CPU and better GPU for the same price though


also 'half decent', come on, don't try and pretend that they haven't reinvigorated the application of i3 chips


perfect? no. Better. Objectively yes.


i3 :) :) I know the latest i3 are half decent, but c'mon, don't try and pretend that is the perfect system.

Intel Core I7 8700 2tb 16gb 3000Mhz GTX 1080TI 11gb Onyx RGB Computer Gaming PC - £1500 @ Freshtechsolutions
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Just seen this. Great price for a i7 8700 with a GTX 1080ti.

A friend of mine couldn't say enough good things about CyberPower. He had to get something in his PC checked and they were great for support, so he says.


I've seen it much cheaper if you watch the prices This PC would be £1000 in a another (better) universe where there is no crypto miners, Ram prices are normal, SSD prices are normal If they dont start going back to normal soon, PC gaming will die, the manufacturers don't care since they are making a lot of money When they are making cards now I don't think they have gamers in mind, they are thinking "we've gotta make this card cheap but the best for mining, we need plenty of stock"


i've been looking at custom built gaming pcs and this doesn't seem bad at all. aside from the psu (and maybe ssd to boot), is it really that bad performance wise:/ EVGA gold 650w should suffice? Which are better psu subs?


so would i lol, even just the 1080TI cost £800 currently. Its easy if every part works, else its a nightmare to troubleshoot


Yes but if you did a pre built then something happens you will have to send your entire pc back. Whereas if you have individual warranty you only send the broken part back. Pc parts don't fail often if you buy good quality. So you'd be forever sending your whole pc back for something probably easily fixed. I've only ever sent one or two parts back on a warranty. It's relatively simple to determine which part is faulty also.

Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor - 2 Year warranty £262.30 at Amazon
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
Core i7-7700K, Speed: 4.2 GHz, QuadCore, 8 Mb Cache NEW 4K Ultra HD support: Provides stunning display resolutions,8 now up to 4096 x 2304 pixels, and supports performance across … Read more

I do realise,but so do the hundreds of people who,if they are buying a 7700k, probably know what a z270 and a z370 is.


Same price as Ryzen 1800x, but better in all aspects. Heat added.


You're a little single minded buddy, u realise the 8th gen Intel requires a new motherboard? Guess u didn't, so for people who don't want to buy a new motherboard they might consider getting a 7700k on their existing motherboard


Considering the 8700k is roaming the 290/300 mark,not sure why anyone would skimp out and get a 7700k


i found this cheaper elsewhere £259.97 from CCL with free delivery

Refurbished Dell Latitude E7240 Laptop i7 4600U 2.1Ghz 256GB SSD Window 10 - IT Zoo - £244.99
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
I'd really appreciate everones thoughts on this laptop. It seems a really good, tough machine, and at a reasonable price too - complete with a 1 year warranty. Included the 10% d… Read more
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Bought similar e7240 i7/8gb in very good condition it's blazing fast and no problems whatsoever.


Benchmarks dont lie. There is hardly any difference in the 2 processors. I would pick the ssd and the i5 over that i7 plus £45 in the bank. The i5 2500 is still popular with gamers. Who ever buys this latop is wanting something fast to turn on (ssd) and be able to browse and use word documents. If you wanted to say anything to differentiate the 2 laptops it would be the e7240 has a full hd screen. But you see its tft. I used these laptops with work. Each to their own but I know that e6420 would out perform this e7240 as that i7 is not very good.


Second gen i5, even older than this deal. I used a E6420 for work a few years back, they are a dust magnet and really hard to clean.


That thing is prehistoric - look at it! 2nd Gen i5

whopaysrrp i5, 8gb ram and ssd £205

Intel i7-8700K Processor £295.62 on Amazon (without Amazon Assistant £5 off)
Found 5th AprFound 5th Apr
As above, witbout Amazon Assistant 5 off, if applicable, knock off £5 Which will make it about £290 Amazon Assistant link:… Read more

plus i get two more cores (4 more threads), oh and a platform that last longer then 1 year...Make the jokes, I don't care ..


I bet its yellow snowflake


Go ahead snowflake


Rather get a ryzen 2 2700x on the 19th


Bought it with a mastercard so should be able to try out their price protection policy. Hopefully it works with my card.

ASUS Zenbook UX430UA-GV415T Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 256GB SSD, 14", Blue £995.95 @ john Lewis
Found 1st AprFound 1st Apr
Featuring superb on-the-go performance thanks to an 8th-generation Intel i7 processor and up to 9 hours of battery life, as well as a beautiful 14" display – all housed in a compac… Read more

I just got this laptop from the USA


Thats funny my daughter has a laptop with 3gb ram that came preloaded with windows 10 64 bit, and running kaspersky internet security and opens several tabs/ pages without to much of an issue and minmum requirments for 64 bit is 2gb ram so where are you getting your facts ? 8gb is plenty


Can someone inform Mark that windows 10 uses at least 4gb of ram? And Thats without bloatware. Unfortunately this is the reality of computers these days


Absolute rubbish why comment if you dont know what your on about, and make other people who might of got a good deal go buy something more expensive when they dont need it ?


Only 13" but there are some similar spec'd Dell Inspiron 2-in-1's on the outlet at the moment for about £700 once VAT added.

Intel 8th Gen Core i7-8700K Processor £298.80 @ Amazon
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Intel 8th Gen Core i7-8700K Processor Sold directly by Amazon. Another great price. Editted for lower price
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Those are not 'cinebench' projections. Those are actual numbers from multiple people. I'm not salty at all, I got my 8700k and it absolutely crushes the 8700 non k. The values you see here for cinebench are replicated on my rig as well. I run on water and can pull 5 ghz without any sweat. Your '1480' is no where near the easily reached OC's of the 8700k. But hey, if you want to feel happy about this price, go for it. I think it's a bad price for someone who is clearly interested in overclocking, I still find it really crazy you are talking about delidding a cpu that can't be overclocked. It's not crazy, it's actually just stupid, but hey, to each their own.


Here ya go I didn't post it -another user did a few days ago Don't be salty that you didn't get it then -it'll come back to that price your binebench projections are just that - projections. Stock 8700k is reported by cinebench as 1480, and 1700 max at 5ghz oc (14% increase for a lot more heat). My 1458 is near enough to 8700k at stock that I'm happy to take the 36% lower price. Lastly - yes so crazy! #madness


You are delidding your CPU, putting on a water cooler, and NOT buying a 'K' version? Also, you bought it for 220 a few days on amazon, why not post the deal here where it would get tons of heat? The only current deal appears to be a 'global deal' that doesn't include the Import Fees until you click through. I *STILL* think you are crazy as you can't get anywhere near what an 8700k can get with the same effort. The fact you are buying exotic parts (Good thermal paste, delidding tools, waterblock) but NOT buying a 'k' is so crazy. There is a reason you can't go up to 103 MHz BCLK btw, because IME will freak out. Stock Cinebench scores for the 8700k are right around 1500. 4.7 = 1550ish 5.0 = 1660ish 5.1 = 1700ish That's 17% faster.... Anyway, if you are happy, fine, but I think your selling porky pies here. And don't bother, you won't get past 102.9 BLCK, I've read that 103 is basically a hard limit not based on the chip performance. Finally: Post your 220 quid deal if it exists, as it's 35 quid cheaper than anywhere else.


nah mate after having played around with the 8700 tonight I'm sold - it's worth the 220 I paid for it a few days ago on amazon. And if it goes down to a low price, it's only a matter of time until it reaches it again. BLCK 102.9 (stable) 4.425GHz (stable) base + target 4.7GHz turbo temps: never above 50C at load (24C room/ambient temp) thanks to good air cooler (arctic freezer 33 with 2 120mm fans, and 140mm case fan) & kryonaut paste - waterblock to come, as I'd like to drop the temps down to as close to room temp as possible, but haven't built the open loop yet Cinebench consistently 1458 multicore (almost 2x my i7-6700 with otherwise identical hardware) Looking forward to seeing what this can do under water and after delid/liquid metal re-paste. Definitely worth it for me to save the money on non-k 8700 (fyi I already have the delid tools and paste, so minimal 'extra' cost there which would also have applied to the 8700k if I bought that instead)


So would you recommend me buying a i7 8600k and a new motherbosrd considering cpu usage is around 60 percent whilst gaming at 4k? Or should I save money and wait until next year? Considering that I would see no improvement in gaming as clearly demonstrated online by various expert reviewers?

HP 15-bs101na 15.6" - Intel I7 - 2TB Storage - 8GB RAM - 1 year warranty - £599 @ AO
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
This sleek, silver and black laptop from HP is perfect for those that want a device for both work and home. It has an impressive 11 hour battery life, so you can be sure it’ll keep… Read more

There have been a few on here recently around the 550-700 mark, I'll try and find some briefly but if not search as there are many good options right now. - there's more but that was the one that sprung to mind, lots of power for the money and spare cash for an SSD.


136 degrees is absolutely freezing!!!


Can anyone recommend a good gaming laptop for under £700? i5 or i7 preferred, dedicated gfx.


WTF - This is freezing COLD!!!!!!


No SSD cold

Dell XPS 13 9360 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 13.3”, Full HD, Silver 3 yrs insurance £1034.95 at John Lewis
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
The highly stylish Dell XPS 13 9360 is a portable powerhouse laptop. With its 8th generation Intel i7 processor and 256GB Solid State Drive (SSD), the XPS 13 9360 will boot up in n… Read more

Apparently, significant progress has been made regarding power/battery consumption on the new 4K screens used on the 2018 Dell XPS 15 laptops...


No doubt QHD drains battery faster. That's obvious. I don't have the comparator to say anything sensible, though. No problems with any apps so far, and as @tomtomato says, scaling is very good - much better than I expected. Also, don't notice any coil whine. And I've listened!


I have the QHD XPS 15 model and I don't have many apps that won't work. Windows 10 (latest updates) is able to scale pretty much all applications, including old ones, and new settings are available. I don't think 4K screens with Windows 10 is an issue anymore...


What is your opinion on it so far? I heard the QHD drains more battery and some apps wont work well on it? I don't know whether to take the plunge or not. Also do you notice any coil whine etc?


The QHD version of this machine cost me 700ish from Amazon two days ago (Warehouse). Used - Very good. It's in perfect condition.

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