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MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Edge LGA1151 Intel Motherboard / Wireless / NVMe / RGB - £126 eBay / cclcomputers
TODAY at 20:00Expires TODAY at 20:00Found 3 h, 8 m agoFound 3 h, 8 m ago
Fantastic looking bit of kit for 8th / 9th skt 1155 Intel CPUs! Caters to those that are in to their RGB lighting as well. As you'd expect there's NVMe support on there as well as… Read more
Hp pavillion 15-cc001na intel pentium 4415u 4gb ram 1TB HDD at Ebay/Tesco Outlet for £237.15
21/03/2019 at 20:00Expires on 21/03/2019 at 20:00Found 4 h, 39 m agoFound 4 h, 39 m ago
Awesome little bit of tech. Reasonably priced laptop decent spech. Good value for money with eBays discount voucher today !!! Product Information Bundle comes with: HP Pavilion… Read more

It scores similar to an i3 7100u, add an SSD. It will be fine. The screen on this it's not an IPS.


Isn't this the same CPU as in the Surface Go? If it is, Cold from me as it can only handle Windows 10 in S mode well.


Nice find op! Great bit of saving with the coupon! (y)


How many times can this one code be posted today?

Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Single Pack for £172.10 w/c Delivered @ Ebay Ebuyer
TODAY at 20:00Expires TODAY at 20:00Found 7 h, 11 m agoFound 7 h, 11 m ago
Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single PackCapacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s … Read more


I'm don't really keep up with computer tech like I used to, but I think m2 can be m2 SATA or m2 NVMe. Newer machines will probably work with either, but older ones will be m2 SATA only. Best thing is to check the PC spec.


How do you check? My mate told me that size don't matter, as long as it's m.2, it would work


If that's the case are you sure this will work in your laptop?


Do you know if existing ssd is nvme /m. 2 slot and not 2.5 inch

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Intel ® SSDPEKNW512G8X1 660P Internal ssd nvme 500gb  £70.91 with code @ Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar

Not sure why you quoted me there...


All the new laptops and 2 in1 come with M. 2 slots. So going to 2.5 inch ssd is not an option.


The 660p has a cache that is 6GB, 12GB, or 24GB, depending upon SSD capacity Here it’s 6gb. This is after all a budget drive as Ive said before. If your gaming or video editing it’s not for you but in practice very few people in day to day general use will hit the cache limits.


NVME is the way to go. There will be no sata in future. WD are also shifting to nvme


It must be crazy... so many voted hot. write speed is only ~100MB/s after cache is full, slower than HDD (shock) . Common 480GB SATA drives like MX500, WD Blue have ~500MB/s after cache is full. This drive does not worth this price, it should be ~£50, 1TB version ~£100, even lower after more QLC drives are released. Ignore the Intel brand and NVME stuff. :{

Medion Erazer P6689, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics Card, 15.6" Gaming Notebook @ Costco
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
Features - Intel Core i5 processor - Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics Card - 8GB RAM - 1TB Hard Disk Drive

I got this laptop shortly after it came out, mostly because of the 4gb graphics card. Native gaming was ok, a bit slower than the other 1050 I had and it can't do vr as the graphics output has to go through the onboard. Overpriced for what it is worth imo. Worth it for around the £425-450 but no more really.


Its cheaper here Little bit extra and have SSD

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Lenovo IdeaPad 320 Intel Core i5-7200U 8GB 128GB 14 Inch WIndows 10 Laptop - £399.99 @ Laptops Direct
Found 15th MarFound 15th Mar
I know the laptop police will be out in force over the spec and age but I've picked this up and thought I'd share. Laptops Direct selling this product

I don't get why they do that either ...


Aren’t they supposed to arrest someone with only a 128GB SSD for W10?


I agree, £400 is too much for an old-gen CPU laptop with integrated graphics.


OK price if bought 2 years ago, get a Ryzen system from ebuyer (2500u) or wait 2 months and get a (3550h when more shops have them)


Looked at the videos and reviews of these 320 models after someone posted one on here earlier in the week for £199. They are seriously clunky! Seems like its mostly for the devloping world where bulky sizes are the pay off for laptop, the screens seem quite poor too, but if price is main point....!

HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3" 4K Touch Screen, Black £1099.97 instore @ Currys
LocalLocalFound 15th MarFound 15th Mar
HP Spectre x360 13 Convertible Laptop with Stylus, Intel Core i7, 8GB RAM, 512GB SSD, 13.3” 4K Touch Screen, Black. On clearance last one @ currys peterborough Also @ john lewis … Read more

I know that, I never said it does. I just use the best resolution on my laptop for typing or ppt and a 4K on my big screens with movies at the same time. My point is just because some people won’t benefit, other users will benefit from this. It’s like voting cold on a deal that isn’t useful for yourself but useful for others. Who needs an i7 in a small form factor? GCSE student no way. Lots of photographers and engineers who can.


The resolution of your laptop screen in no way determines the picture quality you output over casting devices


Not quite. If you’re media hungry and have a decent career, you can use 2K on your laptop screen while Miracast to a bigger screen. Great for presentations in lecture theatres or video in the background.


4k seems a silly option considering the tiny improvement in picture quality on such a small screen at the cost of battery life


Saying that..i had same issue with the first yoga c930 and had to return it for same reason. The new models at the start tend to have some problems..

HP Pavilion x360 14-ba104na, Touch screen, Intel® Core™ i5-8250U, 8Gb RAM, 256Gb SSD, 14 inch, FHD IPS Laptop (possibly £531) £589.99 @ Very
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
*** Possibly £531 with additional 10% off using MJWT7 (first credit order). Cheapest I can find *** Intel® Core™ i5-8250U (1.6 GHz base frequency, up to 3.4 GHz with Intel® Turbo … Read more

Can anyone recommend a pen that works with this?


Thanks. Ordered 2 from Amazon. One for me and one for the other half. Our previous laptops are quite old so they could do with renewing.


Let me know how you get on. This was my CPU passmark score. Remember, I did nothing but lower the voltage of the CPU, Cache and iGPU. That's it. I think your model might be more cooling constrained than the laptops I have experimented with but you should see boosts. Typical 8250U passmark: i7 8550U passmark:


It's a case of each individual chip is slightly different just like overclocking, so in rare cases perhaps ones will not tolerate a lower voltage. They only just hit their spec, good enough. The majority however have a fair bit of headroom. The manufacturers will not spend time tweaking each individual CPU's voltage to squeeze out another 10 percent better performance. Not when they bang out 10,000 laptops a day or whatever. They will however just sell you a model with a chip that met the higher spec instead, for more money.


Brilliant thanks that's excellent info! I'll have a mess around with it over the weekend and see what I get. Seems weird that they ship with so much headroom for lowering voltage since battery life and heat are such big considerations for laptops :/

HP Omen 15.6 IN Intel i5 8GB 128GB 1TB GTX1050 Gaming Laptop £729.99 Argos
Found 14th MarFound 14th Mar
Hi Guys, Found this HP Omen laptop on Argos Clearance. This is generally a good laptop which has decent specs for most of you out there. This will be a decent gaming machine for … Read more
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2060 based laptops have been £100 more


Wow, great spot! I think you should take the dive. But then again you could wait a little longer, i'm sure a better spec machine will come out sooner or later (for the same price)


Im very tempted by this 1 for £1,080:

Aorus Z390 Intel i9 9900k Bundle Deal - £1029.95 @ Overclockers
Found 13th MarFound 13th Mar
OCUK ding bundle deal with Intel's i9 9900k retail box along with Aorus/Gigabyte flagship 12+2 VRM Z390 motherboard along with RGB RAM and SSD. If bought separately totals £1103.9… Read more
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why use buildzoids video,he breaks more stuff than he repaires and openly admits it...


It's not really worth it, not because of Ryzen but because the i7 9700k does 99% of what this does for significantly less.


It’s not that it was produced to perform well in older games, it’s just at higher resolutions even a 2080Ti becomes the limiting factor long before the cpu. It really depends what you are using the cpu for.


Agreed, Ryzen cant touch it at FHD screen rez, but at 4K there is apparently 1fps difference between the 8800K, 9900K and the 2700X (or so several reviews I just read suggested). its like the 9900K was produced to perform well in tests and older games!!!


the i9 is a plainly a faster cpu, but its price/perf compared to ryzen is abysmal. Unless you actually need the extra performance, and don't mind buying into yet another dead-end platform, there aren't many reason to go for it. And even if you need the top single core performance you can get, the 9700k is just as good for significantly less money.

Refurbished Acer CB515-1HT Intel Pentium N4200 4GB 64GB 15.6 Inch Chromebook £234.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 12th MarFound 12th Mar
Looks like a great saving for this A1 refurb? 15.6 Inch Screen Processor - Intel Pentium N4200 RAM - 4 GB Operating System - Google Chrome OS Optical Drive - No optical driv… Read more



baz84: Glad you manged to pickone up. MIne is in perfect condition too, well chuffed.How did you find out the age of manufacture? It's on the label on the underside. (y) You can also check the battery info to see how many charge cycles it's had via crosh. Info here Battery health


Glad you manged to pickone up. MIne is in perfect condition too, well chuffed. How did you find out the age of manufacture?


These go in and out of stock, so you need to keep checking stock. @baz84 Many thanks for posting this. Should get more heat! Picked up one of these. Box had a bit of tear on the flap, but chromebook is in perfect condition. Manufactured in August 2018. I suspect that many get returned due to people not appreciating their intended use or being miss sold them. Been looking for a more capable machine without spending too much. The £150+ units are okay but soon struggle if you push them, normally only having 2GB Ram and slower processors. This chromebook is much more usable with a nice 1080 IPS display and back-lit keyboard.


Out of stock.

ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop - Intel i5+ 8300H 8GB RAM + 16GB Optane 1TB HDD GTX 1050 4GB - Windows 10 at SVP for £479.99
Refreshed 12th MarRefreshed 12th Mar
Is this a good deal for a mid range gaming laptop? I don't know much about Laptops. Its around £200 cheaper than anywhere else! ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop - Intel i5+ 8… Read more

Very similar I would say. Except the PS4 Pro pushes all games to run in active 4K which means sometimes textures suffer on behalf of resolution. On a laptop you get to choose whether you want better details in lower resolution or lower details in 4K. If you just play on its built in screen you don't need 4K anyway, only if you were going to use a TV to connect to it.


How would this laptop compare to a PS4 Pro for running the latest games? Thanks


I have to second that as well. I installed a Samsung 960 EVO 250GB for £30 off eBay and used Macrium Reflect, all I can say is wow what a difference. When I first got it I was ready to return it, arrived and they hadnt wiped it, took 5 minutes to start up. Wiped and flashed it and so laggy and slow. But now I have installed an SSD and booting from that its 10 seconds and I'm starting up games and programs! Its an awesome laptop at an incredible price!


Macrium Reflect is amazing!


Update. I removed the Optane drive and Installed the 500Gb WD Black NvMe SSD. At first I was dubious about opening the case to install the SSD but I found a video and found it very easy. Used Macrium Reflect to clone the 1Tb HD with all partitions (including the restore partition). Now windows boots up in less than 12 seconds...Im amazed by the speed of this drive. My son installed Black Mesa and was getting between 270 to 300 fps. I honestly think this is amazing bargain, and installing the NvMe SSD has made a massive improvement on a already good gaming laptop. Do it, you wont regret it.

[Ebuyer] Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack £188.99 Delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 10th MarFound 10th Mar
Capacity: 2TB Form Factor: M.2 PCIe NVme 3.0 x4 Interface Sequential Read (up to): 1800 MB/s Sequential Write (up to): 1800 MB/s Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack PCI… Read more

It's in stock again, slightly cheaper: £189.78 I just ordered one, thanks OP!


1 x Intel 660p Series 2TB M.2 SSD Single Pack We are sorry to inform you that the above item(s) are currently out of stock and are not available for dispatch. . If the item remains out of stock for more than 48hrs, your order will be cancelled.


Expired :(


Alternatives are double the price! So for a gaming drive in the real world, even with it's qfc foibles, this is absolutely brilliant. I spent £110 on the 1tb and it doubled my gaming SSD storage. This 2tb model is smoking hot at that price (y)


This's gone up was £ 188 few days ago. But the price range is good. :)

ASRock Intel H110 Pro BTC+ - £28.96 @ Ebuyer
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
£24.98 and £3.98 for delivery. Delivery is free on orders over £50, no doubt you'd be ordering memory, CPU etc as well so wouldn't pay the delivery charge. Obviously not for every… Read more

Would this be suitable for gaming with a new cpu? Like the i7-8700?


got one of these... its a full size board, so think on when case buying..


Just snap a Pentium G4560 and 2x4GB DDR4 2400 on this baby, and you've got yourself a ULTRA cheap PC. Add a RX570 4GB and you got yourself a nice low budget gaming PC. All these mentioned above are extremely cheap on eBay now.


Here is the Amazon link: £24.98 with prime


Yes I did see that, the same price on Amazon but I'm always weary of posting deals that rely on prime to be cheaper as they don't always go down to well after factoring in the cost of Prime. If you have prime (like I do) Amazon would be the better purchase.

ASUS Chromebook C423, Intel Celeron Processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, 14” £199.99 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
This any good? ASUS Chromebook C423, Intel Celeron Processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB eMMC, 14”, Silver Metal £199.99 2 year guarantee included

If you buy from the US would this not mean that it would have a US keyboard layout and not UK ?


These day, min should be 1080p &touch


Totally with you here Sam. As your Acer deal isn't available anymore, you can get one from who will ship to the UK as a A1 refurb for £219. It comes with 90 day warranty which isn't great but I've had no problems with mine. For the extra £19, (and a bit more risk getting a refurb from the USA,) you get a significantly better machine than the C423.


Not really true. I have a touchscreen chromebook and streaming apps in particular aren't great and you're much better off using the browser. I'm very happy with it as it was the perfect replacement for and old laptop and tablet, but Google play isn't a flawless experience and in many cases you'll just use your phone anyway.


This model came out a less than 6 months ago so hardly 'old junk'.

MSI PE62 8RC-021UK Intel Core i7-8750H 2.2GHz, NVIDIA GTX 1050 4GB, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, 15.6 Full HD, 120 Hz Gaming Laptop £799.95 @ Ebuyer
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Got an email from eBuyer this morning regarding a gaming laptop on sale, I would say this one is aimed more at content creators rather than gamers as it has quite a good CPU for vi… Read more

Would rather see an i5-8300h paired with a GTX1060 for this kind of money.


1060 money in my book makes this cold.


Depends on your use case, the coffee lake cpu in this is a lot more powerful than previous generations. Also I own a gl702 with i7 1060 for 2 years now and love it




Would rather a refurbished asus gl503 with a 1060, an i5 and an rgb keyboard for £800

HP Stream 14-ax005na Laptop 14", 4GB, 32GB eMMC, Intel® Celeron®-£149.99 at Ebuyer
Found 5th MarFound 5th Mar
Processor Intel® Celeron® N3060 1.6 GHz up to 2.48 GHz burst frequency 2 MB cache 2 cores Memory 4GB DDR3L-1600 SDRAM Configuration: 1 x 4 GB Storage 32GB eMM… Read more

Cool colour!


Personally I'd pick up a used Lenovo Thinkpad x200 series or T450 superb build quality & shed loads more space & power


Sure, now go quibble elsewhere :)


If you just need Windows 10 on somethign just get a refurb laptop for £150-200. Don't buy these eMMC laptops. There are deals around but they can go quick eg


32eMMC - no room for much - not even windows updates - trust me or see previous comments on these - Voted Cold, cold , cold

LENOVO IdeaPad 330S-14IKB 14" Intel® Core™ i5 Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Blue - £399 @ Currys
Found 3rd MarFound 3rd Mar
I found this deal in Currys website: Intel® Core™ i5-8250U Processor RAM: 4 GB / Storage: 256 GB SSD Full HD IPS display What do you think any good?
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Bought , good so far !


I had a look at the 8gb ram and 512ssd version today in Currys and it looked pretty good. It was very quick at loading YouTube etc and the screen looked nice. Would anyone that has bought this recommend it? Have you encountered any negatives so far? Thanks :)


True, even I use gdocs.

You can indeed but online or mobile Office isn't desktop office, no way near. Saying that, many people these days are content with Google Docs :D


Yeah, but you might get some glitches. They're designed for phones after all, not all apps are optimized for Chromebook. It's improving though. The Google ones are fine.

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