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Intel Core i5-7500 CPU £99.59 Sold by FRIEDLICHEN and Fulfilled by Amazon.
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Intel Core i5-7500 3.40 GHz Base Frequency Quad Core 6 MB Cache CPU Processor - Black Fulfilled by Amazon. Seller has a rating of 100% positive over the past 12 months. (4,374 tota… Read more
Nadeem_Mir28 m ago

I have an old ixtreme Packard bell m5741 desktop computer. The motherboard …I have an old ixtreme Packard bell m5741 desktop computer. The motherboard I have is h57m01 which has a lga 1156 socket which it says whilst googling. I have an i3 530 processor and was hoping to upgrade this to a more newer generation. Where can I find a list of processors that will be compatible with my motherboard? Also is it worth upgrading?Appreciate the help. Cheers



you can only use same generation, with the i7 860 you will give a new life to your pc with virtually double the power of what you got:

ebay.co.uk/sch…=15


cpubenchmark.net/cpu…mp;


cpubenchmark.net/cpu…d=6


the 870/875/880 are more expensive as I can see but there is no much difference.


If you desperate pay what ever you like but if you get one at under £35, you got the bargain and a very good improvement over the one you got.

Cex sells at £35 but are out of stock:

uk.webuy.com/sea…on=
I have an old ixtreme Packard bell m5741 desktop computer. The motherboard I have is h57m01 which has a lga 1156 socket which it says whilst googling. I have an i3 530 processor and was hoping to upgrade this to a more newer generation. Where can I find a list of processors that will be compatible with my motherboard? Also is it worth upgrading?
Appreciate the help. Cheers
Edited by: "Nadeem_Mir" 1 h, 47 m ago
Nate149241 m ago

You may be best off holding a bit, as the entire 7xxx line should plummet …You may be best off holding a bit, as the entire 7xxx line should plummet downwards in price.



life is short and this was a clear misprice which I missed
excellent price
a bit gutted I missed it
c'est la vie - can't have them all
Sold out for this price.
ASUS GL502VS-FY385T ROG Strix 15.6-inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Titanium) - (Intel Core i7-7700HQ Processor, 16 GB RAM, 256GB PCIe SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB, G-Sync Windows 10) £1499.97 @ Amazon
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB 16 GB RAM 256GB PCIe SSD + 1TB HDD i7-7700HQ Processor ROG Strix The best price i can find, only 12 left
Scottc1238 h, 1 m ago

Then buy a desktop


And how I'm gonna take a desktop, monitor and keyboard with me to work?
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2 sold, Amazon increased the price to £1,510.00, another auto reprice software
Lol have fun with battery life
WHOSE IDEA WAS IT TO PAIR WITH THIS CPU
cr7hg1 h, 11 m ago

If it's a gaming laptop I don't really care how thin it is. I don't want …If it's a gaming laptop I don't really care how thin it is. I don't want it to be think, just cooled properly


Then buy a desktop
REFURBISHED IBM Lenovo Chromebook laptop HD 11.6" Webcam 1.5Ghz 4GB 16GB HDMI SD SSD Intel Celeron 1007U @ 1.50GHz £109.99 @ TheLaptopStore Ebay
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I think this isn't a bad deal considering you get 4GB RAM instead of 2GB and a CPU more powerful than the usual Intel Celeron N3060. Comes with US keyboard but this is easily chang… Read more
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gorgo201514 h, 18 m ago

For the same price I bought an excellent refurbished Thinkpad E130, 4GB …For the same price I bought an excellent refurbished Thinkpad E130, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, running Linux Mint beautifully, much better than that crap Chrome OS!


That crap OS is infinitely easier & friendlier for the great unclean to use & manage!
gorgo20151 h, 17 m ago

For the same price I bought an excellent refurbished Thinkpad E130, 4GB …For the same price I bought an excellent refurbished Thinkpad E130, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, running Linux Mint beautifully, much better than that crap Chrome OS!


Linux Peppermint OS is more comparable to Chrome OS because of the cloud integration. (I'm running Mint in a Virtual box VM on W10.)
For the same price I bought an excellent refurbished Thinkpad E130, 4GB RAM, 500GB HD, running Linux Mint beautifully, much better than that crap Chrome OS!
ricardasgudkovas1 h, 25 m ago

I bought couple days ago lenovo t440p i5 4300 2gb ram and 500hdd for 127 …I bought couple days ago lenovo t440p i5 4300 2gb ram and 500hdd for 127 in manchester cashgenerator ,today received my 16gb ram memory upgrade for 60 from cex...


I once cut my thumb in a glass bottle. Then put a plaster on it.
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We are playing irrelevant comments are we not?
ricardasgudkovas1 h, 22 m ago

I bought couple days ago lenovo t440p i5 4300 2gb ram and 500hdd for 127 …I bought couple days ago lenovo t440p i5 4300 2gb ram and 500hdd for 127 in manchester cashgenerator ,today received my 16gb ram memory upgrade for 60 from cex...


What relevance has any of that got to do with a Chromebook???
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HP PRODESK 400 G1, INTEL I7-4790, 3.6GHZ, 4GB MEMORY, 500GB HDD, WINDOWS 10, 1 Year Warranty - £174.08 @ Gigarefurb
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CPU BENCHMARK 9995 The HP ProDesk 400 G1 Refurbished Computer comes pre-loaded with the new Windows 10 to suit your personal and business needs. HP ProDesk 400 G1 ideal for all … Read more
specs say i5-4790 ???
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OOS - thankfully! Nearly bought one I can't afford
twix412 m ago

Typical hukd, I don't really need it but ordered it for the cpu anyway


Regardless, these are built like tanks and with a 4th gen i7 we cannot go wrong!
Gigabyte Intel X299 AORUS Ultra Gaming Chipset LGA 2066 DDR4 Motherboard - £172.96 -  Amazon
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I don't know anything about computer toys, but it seems to be about the best deal around.
ITMA12 m ago

There's a person who proclaims himself to be the "HUKD lover". This …There's a person who proclaims himself to be the "HUKD lover". This person has become rather too fascinated by me, some might call it love.I'm not going to say who it is, or that I'm not flattered, but I don't feel the same way.I've reluctantly made that person (again, I'm not saying who this odd person is) a member of my ignored-list.


Seriously, grow up. Admitting Youe were wrong is obviously above You. Yes... Its better to keep digging in my profile and using mistype

Btw. Great logic... Fascinated by You, while u are the one checking my profile again...
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ITMA13 m ago

Whatever you sai.


U can do better than that...
ITMA24 m ago

Fake News


I dont need to calm down. But you must play fair next time.

About lego... Tactics about no deals failed, so u using lego instead? Grow up. Play fair.
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ITMA3 h, 45 m ago

I doubt that.


Thats just rude to answer my 2 days old comment this way, when You clearly posted this scan through amazon offer at around £184, and now just update price.
Nate149214th Feb

I've had recent dealings with Scan's motherboard returns. The process has …I've had recent dealings with Scan's motherboard returns. The process has taken over a month and certainly has ruined my image of scan versus Amazon for saving 5 quid here or there. I'll pay Amazon 5 quid extra as they are no gripe returns.


Good to know. They're floating around this price point so no rush for me to buy.
Apple Macbook PRO MPTR2/MPTU2 Intel 2800 MHz 16 GB RAM 256 GB SSD Flash Hard Drive RADEON PRO 555 Space Grey 2017 only for £1899 on amazon (sold and despatched by Premier Plus) while RRP on Apple site is £2349
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Apple Macbook PRO MPTR2/MPTU2 Intel 2800 MHz 16 GB RAM 256 GB SSD Flash Hard Drive RADEON PRO 555 Space Grey 2017 only for 1899 on amazon while RRP on Apple site is 2349
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alexc10025 m ago

[Image] These are my specs. I always assumed that an i5 3.2 was …[Image] These are my specs. I always assumed that an i5 3.2 was good!Incidentally, I used Photoshop to edit the blur on that pic. It took 40 seconds just to load the file!


That doesn't sound right at all. That's actually decent CPU. Have you checked Activity Monitor to see if something is hogging the resources?
Also don't forget it's not an SSD so loading big files might be slower.
fandyboy1 h, 5 m ago

Should have got a faster proc. My 27" from 2013 is still fine and I run …Should have got a faster proc. My 27" from 2013 is still fine and I run some pretty intensive stuff on there.


33275222-sBnyv.jpgThese are my specs. I always assumed that an i5 3.2 was good!

Incidentally, I used Photoshop to edit the blur on that pic. It took 40 seconds just to load the file!
alexc10014th Feb

I have an iMac 27" with 4k screen, 16 gig Ram, hybrid SSD etc - I love the …I have an iMac 27" with 4k screen, 16 gig Ram, hybrid SSD etc - I love the way it looks but the performance is really poor considering what I paid (£2.5k) only two years ago. Intensive tasks like Photoshop and even large Excel files are a real struggle.I'd consider myself an Apple fan, but won't be buying another Mac purely on the basis of longevity. It's effectively cost me over £1,000/year to own and is verging on obsolescence


Should have got a faster proc. My 27" from 2013 is still fine and I run some pretty intensive stuff on there.
soulio14th Feb

Yes maybe but Macs are worth a lot more.



generally, but like I was saying, at the bottom end there's not much in it
shame they reuined the keyboard
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MSI Z270 Gaming M3 Intel Socket 1151 Motherboard £104.99 delivered @ Ebuyer
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Thought this was a good price for anyone looking right now. It's a rather nice looking mobo. It's been out a little while but still a nice option in this price bracket imo. They al… Read more
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Soz everyone it was the 170 not 270 my mistake
R6cal14 h, 31 m ago

£99.99 on ebay so cold for me


I checked - avg £168 on ebay. So... yeah.
After having to return a motherboard, I'm never buying anywhere but Amazon.

I returned a mobo to scan and it has taken 4 weeks. The last time I returned a computer component to amazon, it took 2 days and there was no hassle.
***R6cal***the ones on ebay are pucka are they!!!
Ebay has many pc things that are flashed so they claim to be what they are not
No rich roast , no sale ...
Gigabyte AORUS Intel Core-X X299 Ultra Gaming ATX Motherboard £194.99 / £200.47 delivered @ Scan
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Slightly cheaper than in the last deal but £5.48 for next day shipping
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leedsfan8326 m ago

2 words... Coffee Lake!


So what? 6 cores and end of story. X299 is certainly not made for home users but for those running multi-core applications in math and science.
leedsfan837 m ago

2 words... Coffee Lake!


Decaffee Lake more like as it tops out at 6 cores versus 18 for this plus the platform is getting a second range of compatible CPUs unlike CL which is a dead-end.
Plus all the extras on this platform make it more of an Irish coffee.
Over the top for mainstream users though
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iehrgeizi12 m ago

X299 just isn't worth spending money on.


That is why?
X299 just isn't worth spending money on.
AMD's newest APU 2200G for £88.98 at Ebuyer
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Great price for an APU with AMD's latest technologies (Ryzen 4-core with Vega 8 graphics). You don't need a graphics card with this but can add one as an option later, compatible w… Read more
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Wonderlanddoll14 h, 46 m ago

Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc …Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!


You can't go wrong with choosing AMD's AM4 platform, as AM4 motherboards (which are comparatively cheaper than Intel's) are compatible with this or any of AMD's Ryzen CPUs, including Ryzen+ 2000-series coming in April, and will last a gen even after that at least. So once you plumb for AM4, it's a question of whether you want to go super cheap but performant and then upgrade to a new CPU or GPU later with the 2200G, or spend quite a lot more money on a separate CPU (Ryzen 1600) along with a dGPU to go with it (cheaper options like RX 560 or GTX 1050 Ti) which have quite a bit more performance and will be ok to get by 1080p gaming at lower settings.
Surely anyone serious about playing 1080p games on high/ultra settings knows that a £89 APU isn't going to cut it. What does make sense is the AM4 motherboard taking all the ryzen 3,5 and 7 processors. So perhaps this would be a good stepping stone to building a lower end PC.
Edited by: "mrniallcameron" 15th Feb
Looking for a basic budget first time build (very new to this!). Need a pc for work (I'm only answering emails/book keeping!) but would like to be able to upgrade later for gaming (when prices drop). Is this a good option for me? I haven't taken the plunge and bought any components yet so any recommended compatible parts would be helpful!
Gaming and this CPU do not make sense... unless you plan to play faster than light, dont say this is good for gaming, its not and never will be... the PS4 has more grunt and will be better for gaming.
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Tom_Reys1 h, 33 m ago

whats the cheapest motherboard you can get for this?


I think this is the cheapest if not one of the cheapest:

ebuyer.com/792…pro

Biostar AMD A320MD Pro Socket AM4 mATX Motherboard. £42.99.
Asrock Z270 Pro4 Intel Socket 1151 ATX Motherboard, £71.99 from Ebuyer
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ASRock Super Alloy Supports 7th and 6th Generation Intel® Core™ i7/i5/i3/Pentium®/Celeron® Processors (Socket 1151) Supports DDR4 3733+(OC) 2 PCIe 3.0 x16, 3 PCIe 3.0 x1, 1 PCI,… Read more
vulcanproject12th Feb

This is true, I read the '2' as a '3'. When I realised I deleted but you …This is true, I read the '2' as a '3'. When I realised I deleted but you already replied.


Can't hide the shame now. I did the same thing with another post for headphones but I came away untarnished
This is a cheap board anyway, not only that it's last gen.
pill13 h, 52 m ago

Any good for Hackintosh? If anyone has any experience.


My last extreme 4 was amazing at hackintosh, but personally I’d look for an asus board like I have now, only need to run dart=0 and your in 👌🏻
Just wish DDR4 memory would drop. 😑
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ASUS ROG Strix GL553VE-DM292T 15.6-inch Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Intel i7-7700HQ Processor, 8GB RAM, Nvidia GTX 1050Ti 4GB Dedicated Graphics, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, Full RGB Keyboard, Windows 10) £949.99 @ Amazon
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Looks to be the most reasonably priced GTX 1050Ti 4GB that I can find, especially with i7 CPU. I had seen Dell previously with a version at £999.99 but that was on an Inspiron rat… Read more
Rich443 h, 17 m ago

Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.A gaming laptop is just …Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.A gaming laptop is just a laptop that will play games a 1050ti will play games quite happily. Hell the MX150 i got my kids for Christmas plays Witcher 3 at 1080p albeit with details turned down a bit.Just because you are a snob and think it's not a gaming laptop without at least a 1070....But having said that this is overpriced for a 1050ti at this price I'd expect a 1060 really or a hefty discount it's still a gaming laptop regardless just an overpriced one


Well said!

I bought my first laptop in 2007. It had a pathetically slow AMD chip with integrated graphics but it didn't stop me happily playing the original Far Cry on it! I bought a Medion laptop a couple of years later which had a dedicated Nvidia 220M GPU. I played SOOOO many games on that machine!

The laptop I've just bought has a 1050ti and I think it's simply brilliant for gaming.
Edited by: "Joe90_guy" 8th Feb
xtrem3x25 m ago

A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop£949 for a laptop with …A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop£949 for a laptop with a 1050Ti is a massive rip off


Yes it is and you don't get to decide that either.

A gaming laptop is just a laptop that will play games a 1050ti will play games quite happily. Hell the MX150 i got my kids for Christmas plays Witcher 3 at 1080p albeit with details turned down a bit.

Just because you are a snob and think it's not a gaming laptop without at least a 1070....

But having said that this is overpriced for a 1050ti at this price I'd expect a 1060 really or a hefty discount it's still a gaming laptop regardless just an overpriced one
Edited by: "Rich44" 8th Feb
A gaming laptop with a 1050Ti is not a gaming laptop
£949 for a laptop with a 1050Ti is a massive rip off
Can I recommend this instead for £700?

argos.co.uk/pro…680

Not sure of stock situation. There's none by me but you might get lucky (I did when Argos were showing no stock countrywide).

Here's the recent thread which prompted me to buy and I would highly recommend this laptop.

hotukdeals.com/dea…863
Can get a 1060 6gb laptop cheaper, albeit dropping down to I5 processor
Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz £257 - Sold by netXit and Fulfilled by Amazon
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no I had a z170 mb not z270...I needed a faster cpu than the 6400 I had and the 7700k ticked the boxes for what I needed and came along at the right price right time.
the last time I upgraded a mb from h110 to z170 I had to reinstall windows as it didn't like it so figured it might be the same from z170 to z370 the 8400 needs.

if you have a z170 or z270 mb there isn't much choice..i certainly wouldn't have paid £260 for a new 7700k,i would have gone 8400 and new mb but that doesn't mean the 7700k gets beaten..its extremely fast for gaming matching the 8600k in some games and beating the 8400 in others,swings and roundabouts.

the 8400/z370 is a nice cheapish way to get into the latest platform for now and leaves the door open to upgrade the chip later if you need it..shame there aren't any cheaper non oc boards out yet for it.
Edited by: "davegee" 7th Feb
davegee1 h, 39 m ago

the 8400 only runs at 4ghz..the 7700k will run at 4.4ghz stock and happily …the 8400 only runs at 4ghz..the 7700k will run at 4.4ghz stock and happily run at 4.8 every day with a 1 click button in the bios...you get the picture?most games prefer clock speed over cores,but not everyone just games and I think the 8400 might be better at the multi tasking jobs..also that 8400 you linked to isn't in the uk so not sure how you would go on if something happened.I was torn between getting a new MB and the 8400 but after seeing gaming benchmarks I decided on the 7700k from ebay as it also meant I did not have to re install windows or faff about im lazy


If you have exactly 257 quid to spend and already have an existing Z270 motherboard... What CPU do you currently have that you are replacing?

Also, 'reinstalling windows'? You know you can just pick that HD up and set it in with the new mobo? There will be some new drivers, but it should work without much fuss.

The one I linked isn't in the UK, but other places do offer it at similar price... At worst, its 185 from Amazon.

You are in the only case that I feel is even applicable to talk about buying this CPU.

You own a Z270 motherboard, you have a bad CPU currently?

Anyway, if you want a higher performing CPU at a lower cost (motherboard excluded) the i5 8600k is also superior to the 7700k in every way. It can be bought for 227 from Amazon (Not US this time).
the 8400 only runs at 4ghz..the 7700k will run at 4.4ghz stock and happily run at 4.8 every day with a 1 click button in the bios...you get the picture?


most games prefer clock speed over cores,but not everyone just games and I think the 8400 might be better at the multi tasking jobs..also that 8400 you linked to isn't in the uk so not sure how you would go on if something happened.

I was torn between getting a new MB and the 8400 but after seeing gaming benchmarks I decided on the 7700k from ebay as it also meant I did not have to re install windows or faff about im lazy
Edited by: "davegee" 7th Feb
DrTraktor4 h, 29 m ago

So basicaly, you play a heavy loaded game, and do an alt+tab, and run 3+ …So basicaly, you play a heavy loaded game, and do an alt+tab, and run 3+ other heavy loaded task , none of it would be slowed as much if we'd have only a 4 core processor without HT. Very efficient in general multitasking. No delay. In fact, i switched from a i5 6600k@4.5GHz to an i7 7700@4.1GHz(BCLK OC +2.5MHz), and i see a little difference on multitasking. So imagine a 7700K monster compaired to a 4 simple 4 core cpu.


This isn't right either.

You would not see a benefit in the scenario above.

You would see a benefit in this scenario:

Playing a game, takes 2 cores.
Stack of google chrome tabs, light CPU use, so many of these can be loaded into HT.

But we are back to the point being made earlier.

A 4k 8 thread machine, versus a 6 core 6 thread machine (7700k vs 8400).

Those HT threads can help with light tasks, but those same tasks that can benefit from having 4 extra HTs would benefit even more from having an additional physical core.

When you say '7700k monster' you are ignoring the fact that the 8400 is the real monster.

4 Hyper threaded cores, in a perfect situation, is 1 physical core. Add in 2 physical cores, subtract the HT, you get the picture.

When you can buy an i5 8400 for 165: amazon.co.uk/Int…400

and a motherboard for 91 : uk.pcpartpicker.com/mr/…frH

So, for 256 quid (1 quid cheaper than THIS CPU). You can buy the motherboard AND a better CPU...

Why on earth would ANYONE consider this CPU? There is no reason I can see.
I was lucky enough to get a brand new 7700k off the bay for £200 a few weeks back,i had a 6400 on a z170 board that I had blk OC to 4.5ghz before that and the difference is definitely there in gaming and benchmark scores,all I did was update bios on the z170 and dropped it in.

from what benchmark gaming videos I have seen the 7700k at stock is just above the 8400 but of course the 7700k will do 4.8ghz easily and its not far off the 8600k in gaming,again from the gaming videos I have seen.
Edited by: "davegee" 7th Feb
McCormack1st Feb

Great price.Overclockers and a few other retailers have it at the same …Great price.Overclockers and a few other retailers have it at the same cost. Those shops are doing a cashback deal with asus, so if youre getting a mobo with it and you're looking at ASUS then it might be worth looking else where.ASUS promo


Ooooh a deal within a deal, thanks for the link!
greenteaAtUK5 h, 52 m ago

just this CPU, it's full power consumption is "95W". What kind of cooling …just this CPU, it's full power consumption is "95W". What kind of cooling systems need to use for cold down the CPU, and the internal system case? and how much power for the power supply unit I need to use to support the whole system? and guys, how much Britsh Gas will charge you per hour?


TDP or Thermal Design Power is how much electricity it'll use, but rather how much heat it'll give off at its rated speed. If you overclock this then it will get even hotter.
For most people an air cooler such as the Hyper 212 will be sufficient, you could go All in One however just note that eventually they will fail and/or leak.
Use PCPartpicker to judge what kind of PSU you'll need - don't forget to add in the rest of your components. As a rule of thumb 500W should be ample unless you're going crazy with multi GPUs.
greenteaAtUK2 h, 22 m ago

just this CPU, it's full power consumption is "95W". What kind of cooling …just this CPU, it's full power consumption is "95W". What kind of cooling systems need to use for cold down the CPU, and the internal system case? and how much power for the power supply unit I need to use to support the whole system? and guys, how much Britsh Gas will charge you per hour?



You can use the tried and trusted Hyper Evo 212 (20 quid) and keep the overclock light, or you can go with something like the Coolermaster MasterLiquid 240L (60 quid).

The PSU depends on other components, there are plenty of sites online that can help you determine that, I like uk.pcpartpicker.com Just fill in your components and check the power consumption.

Likely a 550w PSU will handle this CPU and a good GPU no issue.

British Gas currently charge anywhere from 12-20p per kWh.

A 95W rating, running at full load, will cost you slightly less than a 100W lightbulb.

So, 10 hours of full power use is 12-20p. The average power is much lower.
just this CPU, it's full power consumption is "95W". What kind of cooling systems need to use for cold down the CPU, and the internal system case? and how much power for the power supply unit I need to use to support the whole system? and guys, how much Britsh Gas will charge you per hour?
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Jumper EZbook 3L Pro 14" 1920x1080 Laptop Windows 10 Intel Apollo Lake N3450 6GB RAM 64GB eMMC Supports SSD Storage Expansion Aluminium Shell £174.74 Delivered (EU Stock) @ Geekbuying
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What I have emailed Paypal:

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mcav7th Feb

My undergraduate degree is in Psychology, and yes, it is one of the less …My undergraduate degree is in Psychology, and yes, it is one of the less demanding subjects when it comes to IT requirements at undergraduate level.On the other hand, SPSS may run on fairly low specs, but it is woefully optimised, meaning that once you have any reasonably sized dataset running an analysis, it can challenge lower spec machines. These days, most psychology undergraduates will have that open with e-prime, perhaps citation software like mendeley and so on. The main thing to consider will be the CPU/RAM/Storage. If you go with an i5/SSD combination, you can get by on 4GB RAM quite easily, but 8GB would be better for a primary machine. The integrated graphics on any modern core CPU will be more than good enough.BUTThe one thing you'll want is a good display which means FHD minimum and of good quality. This is overlooked time and again, despite being the main thing you look at when you're working. A good keyboard is also incredibly important, given that psychology involves a LOT of essay and report writing.My mobile computing solution is the 2017 SP i5/128GB/4GB and it can run with NVivo, SPSS, Mendeley, Word, OneNote all open and in use without a hiccup.Hope your daughter enjoys Psych BTW.


Thank you very much for taking the time to reply, I realise I sent slightly off topic but you still replied with good, indepth, well explained advice. Thank you.
A biut iffy buying outside of the UK, for me anyway. I'd want to put Ubuntu on one of these.
Great price - went for the 3 pro model to get the IPS screen - slightly more and a smaller screen but it should be worth it (hoping I get the v4 model that solves the power lock bios and touchpad issues)
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Hi can someone recommend a good SSD for this? Does any M.2 SSD work?
Samsung Galaxy Book WiFi Intel Core m3 4GB 64GB SSD 10.6" Windows 10 Home - £349 @ BT Shop
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mikeoneflying6th Feb

Just got response (6th Feb) from JL -- will not price match because BT …Just got response (6th Feb) from JL -- will not price match because BT does not have a high street store.


Ok thanks mate
mikeoneflying4th Feb

No response from JL today -- I will give them a call tomorrow (Mon 5th).


Just got response (6th Feb) from JL -- will not price match because BT does not have a high street store.
ismailc120006 h, 58 m ago

Ok thanks alot


No response from JL today -- I will give them a call tomorrow (Mon 5th).
mikeoneflying12 h, 17 m ago

They said they would pass my request onto another department and I will …They said they would pass my request onto another department and I will hear back by tomorrow (4th Feb)...if anything come through I will post details.


Ok thanks alot
ASUS TUF Z270 MARK 1 Intel Z270 ATX Motherboard - Black £154.98 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
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Anyone getting a Z270 board is just crippling themselves in future. Save a little bit more and get a Z370 or better still a X370.
mikefs14 h, 48 m ago

Id go for a z370 now over the z270, theres been a pretty big step up from …Id go for a z370 now over the z270, theres been a pretty big step up from the previous generation cpus and prices aren't much higher.


Seconded.

The 8th gen i5's are bad boys! I've seen online people being able to OC them (8600K) past 5.1GHz without needing to delid.
This seems very expensive for an older board that doesn’t support coffeelake.
Id go for a z370 now over the z270, theres been a pretty big step up from the previous generation cpus and prices aren't much higher.
Intel G3930 1151 CPU £28.62 Amazon
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Lowest price ever according to camel. Fantastic CPU for basic tasks, not compatible for the newest gen Z370 boards mind you.
Yeah good CPU for the price and I dare say chuck in a low cost board with little SSD and this would meet the average PC user's needs. intel just need to drop Celeron brand (or Pentium) and have a budget brand then the i series.
lollypoplee7 h, 32 m ago

What i cannot see is WHY!why, unless upgrading your old processor which …What i cannot see is WHY!why, unless upgrading your old processor which wouldn't be worth the messing about, why would anyone buy this as no one is gonna build a pc based around this processor ?Am i missing something? ?


A low power NAS?
rcom14 m ago

I don't doubt it. That Q6600 chip gave a 50% overclock just by changing …I don't doubt it. That Q6600 chip gave a 50% overclock just by changing the FSB, ahhhhhh, happy days....


even though the i5 750 has unlocked multiplier, i did FSB overclock (200x20)to reach stable 4GHz @1.3-1.35V(auto):)!
And then from next year they made 2 different type of processor for more budget...introduced the "K" variant:)!
DrTraktor4 m ago

Q6600 @ 3.5 GHz is still remarkable gaming experience at 1080p medium:)!


I don't doubt it. That Q6600 chip gave a 50% overclock just by changing the FSB, ahhhhhh, happy days....
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Intel Core i7-7700K 4.2 GHz QuadCore 8MB Cache Processor - £260.33 - Sold by netXit and Fulfilled by Amazon
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twix4128th Jan

It's 12 months old, not what I would call brand new in the PC world, has …It's 12 months old, not what I would call brand new in the PC world, has also been superceded by the i7 8700k, however that's a different socket.

Nope they're the same socket, but different chipset support.
Rtamlin1173 h, 23 m ago

As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation w …As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation where a company’s/hospital’s computer systems engineer does not update the bios of the main boards due to outdated hardware that are running their systems 24/7. The building company I work for as a manager , we use windows OS running on old hardware that is definitely not supported by bios updates on these dinosaurs main boards, some even have a floppy drive at the workstation, do you think companies like this will understand the dangers? Yes but only when and after it happens , the company’s computer man didn’t know what’s what!! Its like ACM, post 1999,remember the easy fixes are to look after your old family members with their out of date tablets and old smartphone , and check for the absolute latest OS software for it , if it can’t run the last android or Apple and the rest !!!bin it. I would hate for some old folk to loose their life savings ,Apologies, grammar ,



Maybe throw away the contents of the tower and stick a raspberry pi in there!!!!
If they think it's still windows they won't complain too much...
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As far as I believe the most damaging part of all this,is “a situation where a company’s/hospital’s computer systems engineer does not update the bios of the main boards due to outdated hardware that are running their systems 24/7.


The building company I work for as a manager , we use windows OS running on old hardware that is definitely not supported by bios updates on these dinosaurs main boards, some even have a floppy drive at the workstation, do you think companies like this will understand the dangers? Yes but only when and after it happens , the company’s computer man didn’t know what’s what!!

Its like ACM, post 1999,


remember the easy fixes are to look after your old family members with their out of date tablets and old smartphone , and check for the absolute latest OS software for it , if it can’t run the last android or Apple and the rest !!!bin it. I would hate for some old folk to loose their life savings ,

Apologies, grammar ,
Tom.Wilson1 h, 4 m ago

And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet …And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!

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Tom.Wilson17 m ago

And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet …And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!


It's not even because of performance now either, the Intel patches were pulled because they weren't stable. People were experiencing crashing and system lock ups...

Not to mention that Intel have tried to sell the vulnerability as a feature... Their PR department are just trying the old "throw everything and see what sticks" (, though by everything I just mean excuses). Problem is that doesn't exactly work with customer satisfaction...

i7 9XXX now designed NOT to give your private crypto keys away to any curious programs, what a future we live in.
Or are they going to follow join Microsoft in following Apple and just jump straight to the i7 10XXX, as though that adds distant to this debacle?

</rant>
Rtamlin1176 m ago

Remember everyone to check your main/motherboard bios for the lastest …Remember everyone to check your main/motherboard bios for the lastest updates against spectre and the OS patch/update for meltdown (including your mobile devices,Q. What if your mobile devices are not supported anymore by the manufacturer or software vender? A. Discard at your earliest opportunity.Appoligies I do say “ At your earliest opportunity as a lot of people in 2018 use online banking £€$¥BTCLTC..........I’d advise all your older family members who still use old tables and alike to renew them or bin them. The thing that worrys me is the media telling the world , but then again we are now informed!!!!Stay safe. - Meltdown = OS update- Spectre = main/motherboard update https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=vgHEpiIcI4o


And yet, Intel and Microsoft are telling people NOT to update just yet because of the ridiculous reduction in performance!
ADMI GAMING PC: Intel Core I7 7700 3.6Ghz Quad Core CPU £899.95 FREE UK delivery@ ADMI Limited UK via Amazon.
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Has anyone seen any good gaming PC deals? Ideally for about £500.
Its a first gaming PC for my son so dont want to go mad. Thanks

Edit - I have a monitor and keyboard etc. Just the tower .. ta
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gazdoubleu42 m ago

Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that …Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that graphics card, so processor is a bit of a waste of money if just for gaming. If you can self build then its the way forward. This probably has a £50 motherboard and no name PSU. For this price you could put in a gaming motherboard an overclockable i5 8600k (which easily beats this i7 without overclocking) 3000mhz memory and an Nvidia GTX 1070.


Nonsense.
Lol at buying a pc or parts at current record prices
Would get the same gaming performance with an i5 7500 processor with that graphics card, so processor is a bit of a waste of money if just for gaming. If you can self build then its the way forward. This probably has a £50 motherboard and no name PSU. For this price you could put in a gaming motherboard an overclockable i5 8600k (which easily beats this i7 without overclocking) 3000mhz memory and an Nvidia GTX 1070.
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Desktop CPU Intel i7-7700K LGA1151 91W TDP £260.33 / £250.33 with code @ Amazon
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I5-8400K .. DOES THIS EXIST? mmmm-no ..
oolla25th Jan

you'd better buy an AMD Ryzen 7 1700 for less and run 16 threads @ 4.0GHz …you'd better buy an AMD Ryzen 7 1700 for less and run 16 threads @ 4.0GHz with two clicks. And no meltdown! And same motherboard for next two processors.


Oh, see, the whole 'next two processors' thing is not true. They said there wouldn't be a forced upgrade until 2020. That's code for 'We actually mean there will be a new socket that you need to take advantage of the new CPU, but you *could* stick this great new CPU in that old mobo'.

Also, stop with the '16 threads' it is 8 cores with 8 virtual threads. It takes 4 or 5 virtual threads to equal a single physical core in *perfect* situations (Encoding). In most situations, a virtual thread is near worthless. In gaming, AMD have seen negative performance from enabling virtual threads.

That said, this CPU is not a good purchase. The i5 8400k, the i5 8600k, and the i7 8700k are all better value propositions for various reasons. As you pointed out, the AMD 1700 is not a bad shout either.

Also, notice how you didn't mention Spectre? AMD is impacted by that too.
you'd better buy an AMD Ryzen 7 1700 for less and run 16 threads @ 4.0GHz with two clicks. And no meltdown! And same motherboard for next two processors.
Anyone buying this CPU is frankly out of their mind.
sion2212 m ago

True, i guess but if are using cpu on Z170/Z270 mobo, you probably wont …True, i guess but if are using cpu on Z170/Z270 mobo, you probably wont need or want to upgrade to 7700k



I have been thinking about it i have a 6600k but i think i am best waiting to see what coming out from amd and intel
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