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Acer Aspire 3 15" Windows 10 Intel Core i3 4GB RAM 1TB Storage - £299 @ Tesco (free C&C)
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Decent price. Free click & collect or 3£ for delivery.

I have this machine with SSD and it is rapid for the light use I require it for. From start-up to having Chrome up and ready to go is 20 secs. I'm not sure what its like with the listed HDD but it may be worth finding one with SSD for rapid speed. Its definitely worth it.


So the one posted before with the 120 ssd is better?


Ordered thanks. Will be fine for daughter. :-)


Cant find it at all, link?


link pleases

Intel Core i7-3820 (3.6 ghz) LGA2011 - £32 instore @ CEX (White Rose Shopping Centre)
LocalLocalFound 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Anyone who wants a decent processor, here's one at a staggering price. You can get it from cex at white rose shopping centre.
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This is about 10% faster than an i3-8100 with multi-core software and a bit slower for single core. CeX sell them for £80 and they include integrated graphics whilst this i7 doesn't so you have to budget for that also. You will also have to budget for a heatsink and as this is very inefficient by today's standards not a budget one so maybe that's another £20+. Maybe the best thing going for it is that it uses DDR3 which is cheap second hand.


The X99 is actually the wrong chipset for this, X79 is fine but I’m not sure off the top of my head if X99 is pin-compatible. The boards start from £70ish from eBay etc. No one said the CPU performance was poor, we said it was a false economy to go, buy and invest a totally outdated, power inefficient platform just to run it (and it’s the lowest chip in the lineup), you might as well get the 6-core 3930K which offers tangible benefits. I bet CeX have been sitting on these for ages. But after all that I would be interested if anyone did go ahead and build one.


Despite what some people are saying... This CPU is well worth the price if you can find a compatible motherboard for relatively cheap.


a 3.6GHz P4 is probably weaker than what's in a netbook now. The frequency analogy doesn't work. Still if you have an LGA2011 board laying around this is a good price for a good cpu that's still quite capable.

Hannibalateam Did a quick search for a compatible MB just in case anyone was interested in prices

Ford Mustang 5.0 V8 GT 2dr £299 per month 39m £5,999 deposit 6000 miles per annum @ Evans Halshaw
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Saving £2,838 - Personal Contract Purchase from £299 Per Month with £5,999 Customer Deposit Offer ends 30/06/18.

Why should every car have a turbo? Do you prefer them? N/A is better (lol)


My current car sits on a company carpark 9 hours a day . Perhaps I should rent it out for school runs and shopping , save wasting it . Now there's an idea ! You're on to something there mate


Did you not know you were getting married and buying a house when you went to waste the salesman’s day? He could have spent that time with an alternative customer who had intentions to buy a car, and then maybe he could have paid his own mortgage...




I think you’re missing the point. The short story.... Why would I change from a less than 2 year old M2 with 15,000 miles for all that additional cost. At the end of the day that’s the question I asked myself when I was sat at the salesman’s desk. Obviously you know what the answer was. I get married next year and we’re buying a new house. Seems silly to change

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HP OMEN 15-ce012na Laptop, Intel Core i7, 8GB, 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060, 15.6”, Shadow Black £999.95  John Lewis
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
Pretty decent gaming laptop with two years guarantee, only doesn't appear to have SSD to speed things up a bit. Similar price to refurb unit from other sellers ’Powerhouse’ is on… Read more

That “only difference” is a huge difference as well. It’s one of the only things that can’t be upgraded.


But 8k, 12 bit hdr with quad sli with quad xeon is the way to go ;)


But you also got lumped with a 1050ti!


But the graphics card is the only thing that can't be upgraded. 1tb HD v ssd is same cost so just sell one and buy another. Ram makes no difference at that capacity other than bragging rights. 1050ti is significantly slower, which in a gaming machine makes a difference


The only difference is the 1060 swapped for a 1050ti (lol) processors the same, rams better, it's got a 1tb hdd and an ssd. Way better deal

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Decent home pc for under £500?? DELL Inspiron 5680 Intel® Core™ i3 GTX 1050 Gaming PC - 1 TB HDD - £499.99 @ Currys
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
My old pc which was several years old has died and I need to replace it, and this caught my eye. I'm honestly really out of touch with what would be a half decent pc for home use … Read more
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While I get where you are coming from, I would point out that on the other side, a small investment in time learning how the components work together will save a huge amount of time and money in the future. Consider this, you would be able to effectively troubleshoot your system when, and I do mean when, not if, something goes wrong down the road. Instead of sinking lots of money and losing potentially weeks sending the PC off for repairs, you would be able to fix 90% of the issues that commonly come up in a few minutes, or at least know what part needs replacing. Just something worth considering..


I think you need to buy a console then.


Thankyou OP. I'm in the market for a new desktop. I have elderly parents, a young family. I have a busy social life and I run two businesses. I have *zero* interest in building a PC. Why on earth would i want to waste half a day of my time building one. Why would i want to waste time waiting for all the separate parts to turn up. Who is going to research which parts i need? which parts are compatible with each other? What if one part is faulty? what if another part doesnt turn up? What if the vendor send the wrong item? Who goes back to the post office to send it back? What happens when theres a problem in the build? Who is going to diagnose it? What if i'm not home when courier delivers and he doesnt want to leave the package in my shed? Who takes all the empty packaging back to the recycling centre? I've noticed this theme in all the Desktop deals. The PC builders come along and say 'you can build it cheaper'. Those parts dont just magically turn up unpackaged waiting for you on a workbench so that all you have to do is plug it together in 20 mins like a piece of Lego. If you enjoy it, then great. Good for you. But there are some ridiculously patronising views in this thread. Everybody has different circumstances. I value my time. If my PC is milisecond slower than yours then more fool me. There will always be someone with a bigger and better PC. There is clearly a massive market for us who just want to order a PC. It turns up, we plug it in and it just works.


But we all started with the first time. Technology nowadays makes it even easier than it ever was, and the amount of video tutorials also helps. The fact that most jumpers are even self explanatory, and that there are some tweaks on the design to avoid any missteps makes it a great time to build your own


Whilst I agree that 'build your own' is usually the stronger and preferred option. You have to put yourself in the shoes of those who have never self built before. Yes, the plug and play nature of most modern hardware does lend itself to following a tutorial to 'mechanically' put the thing together. But getting a viable operating system on and configured has nuances between systems, and its this that most novices have apprehension about. Also don't discount the experience required when it comes to troubleshooting and diagnostics. How many times, even as very experienced builders, have we been caught out by a dodgy bios setting or jumper. This is not to put anyone off self build. Do it, its an enlightening and rewarding, if sometimes frustrating, experience and there is a ton of support out there. More a note to all those people who have built before and take for granted the attitude and confidence required to take the first step.

HP 14" Laptop Intel I3-7100U 128GB eMMC - New - £314.97 PC World Ebay
Found 12th JunFound 12th Jun
Everyday: All-rounder for work and play Windows 10 Intel® Core™ i3-7100U Processor RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 128 GB eMMC Battery life: Up to 11.5 hours 128GB eMMc 4096MB DDR4 SDR… Read more

Worked for me


Got it clarified from EBay CS that the promo code applies only on full priced products and not on any discounted products


Haven’t used the code before, still doesn’t work.... While meddling with the ebay app trying to apply the code....I accidentally touched the 1 touch PayPal pay n the order got placed 😧....


Says this in the listing "SAVE AN EXTRA 10%! USE CODE "PREPHOME10" AT CHECKOUT!" so should work, I bought the last black one earlier and it was fine. Only one use per customer?


Says coupon cannot be used for this product :/

Acer Spin 5 13.3" Convertible (2 in 1) Laptop/Tablet - Intel Core i3, 4GB RAM, 128GB SSD, Full-HD IPS Touchscreen £289.99 @ Revolutiontradinguk Ebay
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Nice Little Laptop. The top casing and the keyboard surround is metal. High quality IPS screen used, it's Full-HD with touch function, can be used as a big tablet. Excellent batter… Read more

HP Chromebook X2. I hadn't heard of that one. So I done a quick search after reading your comment. What a lovely machine! I am going to order one for myself now. I've been looking for something like that for a while. Ticks all the boxes and looks great. I only popped on here to buy a new keyboard for my pc. This evening has turned out quite expensive lol. Thanks :{


What about that new Chromebook the X2 (can't remember who makes it).


(The seller is fine)



I like the pixel c, but it's heavier than it looks. Lovely bit of kit tho.

Intel Core I5-8400 2.8GHZ Coffee Lake 6 Core CPU £120 internetct - Ebay
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
Surely a misprice, a used i5-8400 without the stock cooler (straight to the bin) easily sold for £120-£130.
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Did anyone actually end up getting this in the end?


Yeah got an Out of Office from them saying that, need to sort witb ebay to get my money back now lol thanks for the heads up


Mate, don't know if you are aware, the company went bankrupt last Wednesday.


I placed the order and the money was taken. My esitimated shipping date is still on 12th lf june. 0 updates...


I haven't received any updates or shipping notifications since I placed my order, starting to think you're right.

HP 15-BS158SA 15.6" Laptop Intel i5-8250U 4GB / 1TB Windows 10 GRADE A REFURB - Silver ebay @deal_buyer - £329.99
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
* This is a refurbished model in Grade A condition, equipped with a 1 year RTB warranty. Product overview Power through your day with a stylish laptop created to keep you conne… Read more

Nobody watches DVDs any more, grandad, and you can't get software these days that comes on DVD - it's all downloadable


Most people still use a DVD writer/player to watch DVD's and load software. No one use floppies or zip drives so your point is? or are you just trying to be clever?


No floppy drive or ZIP reader either :((


All gone. Cracking deal for the SOC alone.


What's a DVD?

Intel i7 8086k CCL/Scan - £379.99 delivered at Scan
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Intel i7 8086k Limited Edition CCL: CCL link (£379.99 - Free delivery) Scan: Scan Link (£379.99 - Free delivery) For the people who dont want to pay for one: Sweepstake: LINK

this cpu is a joke. Much like the coffee lake release and the 28core @ 5ghz we are all getting later this year...... Sad company. Mind, given people were wetting themselves over getting 8700k's for a bargain 400, this actually looks like a good price.


I'm still using my Haswell-E 5820K, one of the best CPU's ever made. OC's like a boss.


I think they said 50,000. The largest retailer in Germany sells ~3000 i7-8700Ks per month.


Ok so the whole "limited edition" jargon is rubbish, theres loads of these. However how can you turn your nose up at a 6 core, 12 thread cpu that stock boosts to 5ghz? This is a great piece of kit and whilst it wont hold its value forever, it certainly wont plummet in price like people say. Just look at the 4790k, still sells for £200 on ebay and that launched 4 years ago. Id gladly buy this cpu if I had the money and needed it. That being said I have a 4790K and dont envisage ever needing to upgrade it, least not in the next 10 years.


Over priced .. that said i did the sweepstake ..

EXDISPLAY  Intel Core i7-7740X 4.30GHz LGA 2066 Retail Boxed Processor £199.96 Ebuyer
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Product ConditionOpen Box/Ex-Display Product is in nearly new condition but may have been opened or have minor cosmetic damage to box or product. Product is sold with 90 day warran… Read more

250 posts, and most people aren't members. I see you're there with 14k posts, I understand why you were quick to defend it ;-)


OcUk don't charge shipping to forums members who contribute. /Waves Aorus X299 is in stock at Novatech for £169.98 :


The shipping comment is -- They charge shipping. PC Part Picker is fibbing about prices as you can't buy one at that price anywhere. You got one, in the past, now they are no longer in stock with no ETA back in. Anyway, I don't see much value continuing this conversation.


2) And? No issues with them in 5+ years. Any reputation they had was under the old owners years ago. 3) OK, £167.48. My memory rounded it down. PCPartpicker are not fibbing. I bought one, proof attached. ALC1220 is fine, I've no issues with it.


1) OEM 2) Shipping from OCUK. 3) Read what properly? 4) There is no 160 quid Aorus board. In fact, the Aorus board you are mentionining Here's a link, it's 209.99 from Amazon. At best. I'm not even sure where you are pretending it is selling for '160' because even the fibs on say 168. Notice, click the amazon link, you get 209.99. Click the scan link, you get 'not in stock' with *no ETA*. Anyway, 209.99, you want to check this board as your comparison? You have added 40 quid, so I can compare against a 120 quid board and STILL save a ton of money. Done and done! That's right, 4 NVMe M.2, 4x USB 3.1, BETTER audio. You seem to think Realtek ALC1220 is good, sorry, it's not. Oh, in case you think it's good, It's literally the same Audio! got ya ;-) 'Full RGB' on both. Same VRM heatsinks. 6 fan headers versus 8. So, you're willing to drop an extra 90 quid on 2 extra fan headers? Cool, I got a land share in Alaska for ya. Point! No, it's not a better motherboard.

X99 SOC CHAMPION INTEL X99 (SOCKET 2011) DDR4 EATX MOTHERBOARD - £100 at  Overclockers
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Listed as B-Grade on OcUK. Given that the stock is around 5, it may well be new. Very good price for this board. SPECIFICATION:CPU- Support for Intel® Core" i7 processors in th… Read more

Woo, this should go nicely with my 5820K. If you're interested check Hardware Unboxed video of this CPU and you might be surprised how close it is to the 8700K.


Really old? It's last generation! It still takes current technology.


Yes but it still holds up well, shows how little progress Intel have made over the past few years


This is a really old board


Hmm, I have a new unused one I was going to let go around that price. Maybe it's worth more?


WIn 10 Home sounds like a good incentive. Problem is, they don't say what the odds are or where the homes are.


i5-7300hq = 4Cores & 4Threads i7HQ = 4Cores & 8Threads...


German keyboard layout too


CPU is quad core, it’s decent


CPU is too weak for this price

MSI GL72M 7REX 1225UK 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop - (Black) - £799.97 @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Very good value for money, saves £300 (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD Plus 1 TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050Ti, Windows 10 Home)
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Total War is an RTS I assume? Generally speaking, you should always opt for the better GPU if you're using a laptop for gaming, but an RTS is sometimes the exception as they rely on the CPU more. That said, I'd still go with the 1060. I can't imagine it'd have any problem running the game mentioned and it'll run pretty much anything else you need on decent settings


Any good ?


Please do, I'm considering it for gaming


Okay. I've gone for it! Will update with my assessment in a few days.


Great deal. Heat added. Sorely tempted - am after something to do graphics and video editing. This would be pretty good.

Intel NUC7CJYH3 J4005 NUC - £106.51 @ Lambadatek
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
One of the new generation of Intel Gemini Lake NUC's that would be appealing to those wanting an alternative to Android TV boxes for all round video needs. Pretty impressive specs… Read more

The 4K world Cup stream is limited, so there are going to be a lot of disappointed viewers. Yes it's quite true that you need to add RAM and storage. The great thing about a NUC is it's flexibility as a media centre and PC in a small and very low power usage box, so cheap to run and whereas other boxes such as the Shield etc can do many things, a NUC like this can pretty much do it all.


Someone witl 2 HDR TVs and plays XB1 and always on a treadmill? Are you available? hahahahahahahahaha....


Yeh I realise it would be better playing from my XB1, but I am too lazy to buy discs these days :) and one of the TV's is for when I am running on the treadmill, so my eyes are usually stinging from sweat anyway ;)


Good for you!!! One thing about streaming HDR content is that it is still a compressed format.


I have 2 HDR TV's and stream content from NetFlix and Amazon. Though, I will be honest, my old eyes struggle to see much improvement.

Acer Aspire ES 13.3 Inch Celeron N3350, 4GB/32GB, W10 (Refurbished) - £107.99 @ Argos Ebay Store
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Limited quantity, so may only be a few left. Celeron N3350 13.3" Matte Anti Glare screen, 1366x768 32Gb eMMC 4Gb RAM (Single slot0 1 x USB 3.0 2 x USB 2.0 SDHC card slot HDMI 1.4 … Read more

Ummmm battery is a little bit subpar compared to Windows but not a huge difference once you install tlp. And I've had zero issues with drivers with Ubuntu on my surface pro 3


Usually the battery life is not as good on linux as when on windows. Linux may be good but they just haven't got all the drivers worked out.


Battery life?


I bought one of these to use as a decent size traveler to watch videos on when on long flights It works great but all I have installed is VLC Player and Office 365 and it still doesn't have room for the big update Shame as otherwise it works great as my travel companion


Absolutely :)

Intel Core I5-6600K Processor (3.5 GHz, 6 M Cache, LGA1151) - £166.07 @ Amazon (price is exclusively for prime members)
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Price is exclusive for Prime Members Go to 'see other sellers' for the price sold by Amazon Cheapest its been according to 3 camels Positive reviews 4.7 out of 5 stars

Poor choice of CPU in 2018, and at this price it's a terrible deal. Try playing the new Battlefield on this when it's released and enjoy your 100% cpu usage causing dropped frames and poor minimum fps. No reason to go any less than 6 cores right now. If for some reason you do, the i3 series is effectively the same as this but will clock higher.


For gaming if you use a very fast gpu such as a 1080ti this cpu is a fast as anything Intel and amd have irrespective of price and cores. Gane development is stagnant and devs rarely use more than four cores. Of course not everyone uses their pc for gaming. Really? For gaming save your money on the cpu and buy the best gpu you can afford. For gaming at 4k using a cpu like this coupled with a 1080ti won't bottleneck. It's more likely to bottleneck at 1080p. Of course why would you want a 1080ti if you aren't gaming at 4k. For gaming, Intel are still the best along with nvidia.


The 8350K beats this outright for a new build and it's cheaper, but if you've got a skylake motherboard with a low end chip in it might be worth upgrading to this? Still, I don't think this is a great price.


I couldn't recommend these, the 8 series is a much better buy. Far better value and speed.


I bought one of those for around £200 new shortly after they were released. Its been a great cpu, mine's overclocked to 4.6ghz, but I wouldn't pay this much for one now. Especially given there was a big jump in cpu performance with this year's chips. Better off paying a little more and getting a newer i5, even if not the K version. (not considering motherboard issues, that is)

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