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Intel Core i9-9900K Desktop Processor 8 Cores up to 5.0 GHz Turbo unlocked LGA1151 300 Series 95W  £497.95 Dispatched and sold by Amazon US.
Found 15 h, 53 m agoFound 15 h, 53 m ago
£100 cheaper than UK retailers and still covered by Amazon.
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WOW! Another overpriced refresh piece of hardware from intel! Don't get me wrong its a good deal compared to elsewhere, but man, who's gonna buy this? If you are gaming, just get, 6600k, 7600k or 8600K; if doing a mixture of productivity /gaming get Ryzen 1700/2700x


Legally, you can bring in up to £390 of goods for your own use from outside the EU (then there's a 2.5% charge up to £630).


What triggers a post for review? Anyway its the fastest but the extra performance is unlikely to be noticed and not worth the extra £200-300 imo. Better than UK price though, although not sure about warranty.


Its obviously going to be the fastest, but the real point is whether its worth the money. 2700X and shove the different on a graphics card. Intel have been responsible for some pretty scummy behaviour trying to mislead consumers. Tbf intel dont care about gamers as they have the mobile and server markets. we would still be on 4 cores 4 threads if it wasnt for AMD.


so how does the warranty work? -Manufacturer warranty will not apply. Please review Amazon’s return policy, which usually offers free returns within 30 days of receipt. worries me a little, on the off chance one would need to ship the cpu back to the USA?

Lenovo ThinkCente Desktop PC Intel Core i3-7100 / 3.9 GHz, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, USB 3.1, Win 10 £357.19 Delivered using code @ Laptop Outlet
TODAYTODAYFound 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Good price for this small form factor PC when using the code. Intel Core i3, 8GB of RAM and 1TB HDD running Windows 10 You'll need to use the code LOCT25 at checkout to get the d… Read more

I wouldn't buy a 7th gen Intel system brand new unless it was very cheap. 8th gen Intel is a big jump in performance and future proofed. Or even 2nd gen AMD Ryzen if you fancy something different. Also 1TB spinning disk is no good. SSD should be the standard across all PCs in 2018.


No 4k output. No usb c . No ssd . Cold

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


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


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


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


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

Intel 760p nvme m2 512Gb £105.94 @ cclcomputers / Ebay
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
PCIe 3.0 x4 NVMe Interface M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 3230MB/s Read, 1625MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 340000 4K IOPS Write: 275000 5 Year Warranty
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Really? Do enlighten us all. "The great results we've been getting from these reference designs calls into question Intel's custom firmware for the 760p. The 760p is by no means always slower than drives like the SX8200 or HP EX920, but overall the reference firmware seems to offer the better balance of performance for most users. Intel's close relationship with Silicon Motion sometimes gives them a distinct advantage, but in this case it seems like the 760p may have been released a little too early."


Ok, well you're wrong (y) (lipstick)


I noticed a (marginal) increase in boot speed compared to a SATA SSD, particularly for Windows 10 and when launching large games. In day to day use I think you'd be hard pressed to tell the difference between an NVME drive and SATA SSD. They also get really really hot so make sure you have decent airflow across your m/b. I'd personally buy a SATA SSD with more storage until the prices on these come down


You won't see much difference


What is it that's hard to understand? I think the Adata is a better SSD in every area. Speed, power usage, latency etc.... Warranty on the Intel is better I think though.

Intel BX80684I58400 8th Gen Core i5-8400 Processor £163.80 @ Amazon UK / BT Shop (new stock in next week)
Found 13th OctFound 13th Oct
It's a cpu. And cheaper than most other retailers. With Intel chip shortage advise that you order at this price. Currently OOS but available for order at the price stated. Also ava… Read more
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Get Samsung B die RAM if you can. It may be slightly more expensive but have read that Ryzen 'likes' it more. List of relevant RAM here and here.


It was easymoney's son who was playing BF. Don't play it myself.


Oh dear, don’t I look stupid (pirate)


Intel is short chips for fab reasons. AMD has already given them a shock. They aren't going to risk more market share if they can avoid. Plenty of other conspiracies to theorise over, nothing to see here.


Me too, got the 2600x and chuffed to bits

Intel core i7-8700 8th Gen LGA1151 Processor - £292.66 @ Amazon
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Be quick, back in stock, probably won't last long due to global Intel supply shortages and over priced i5-9600K (6C/6T) alone cost £300...
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Just don't, this is a pure manipulation, very bad time to buy Intel.


its just a comment don’t cry about it lol go and dryureyesmate (lol)


This helped me a lot thanks! I originally had one of these on order from BT at £296.16 + £3.49 delivery. More stock due 4th December! Thanks to seeing this post I am now able to have the processor 7 weeks early and saved £6.99.


lol its not about winning as i don’t have anything to prove, and its 8700k so your saving more then £12 (lol) and it still has the manufactures warranty and can be posted but i guess there’s people out there that just wanna complain and whine all the time (y) i’m not trying to be rude buy saying this but if wanna be a MUG and pay over the odds then you go a head as its your money, all i was trying to point out was that its been pretty cheap in the past so will be again so be 8) patient and if this was such a good deal as you think it is then y it at -130 ?? C’mon...


I know you really want to win but are you really saying that driving hundreds of miles (depending on where you reside) for a CPU from a private seller, offering no security of paying through paypal and only offering cash on collection with no option of returns or warranties instead of buying from a reputable retailer to save yourself £12 is a better deal that this one? C'mon...

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ASUS ROG MAXIMUS X HERO INTEL Z370 DDR4 Motherboard £229.99 + £10.50 del - £240.49 at overclockers
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
One of the best DDR4 motherboards out there for Overclocking (if not, the best) - what I've read up anyway, I just bought one for my 8700k. ROG MAXIMUS X HERO INTEL Z370 (SOCKET 1… Read more

Couldn't see the wifi spec on the one listed in this post?


Great board, paid £200 last December when eBay had 20% off.


I paid nearer 200 in August!


Also the Z390 version has released for only a little more. If I’m spending £240 on a motherboard I’d pay the little extra for the newer one.


I purchased this two days ago on Amazon for 229.99: Unless the version listed above includes the Wifi functionality, It's overpriced. Edit: Not overpriced, but comes out more expensive due to delivery cost.

Lenovo IdeaPad 320-14IKBN 14-Inch HD Notebook - (Intel Core i3-7100U, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB SSD, Windows 10 Home) - £329.99 @ Amazon
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
I have never done this before and truth be told I'm not doing it for 🔥 love. It's mainly because I'm about to buy and it looks good to me but if I'm wrong I know you lovely… Read more

This one does come with a usb 3.1 type c port


Well. You've sort of convinced me which is why I posted! Will buy.


That went out of stock too!


Did Argos run out of stock? If so there was another link posted for the same laptop on eBay for 350


No stock anywhere!

ASUS VivoBook E203NA 11.6" Laptop Intel Dual Core, 2GB, 32GB eMMC £104.99 Refurb Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
This looks to be a decent option if you are considering picking up a very basic laptop for things like emails, web browsing etc. You'll need to use the code LOCT15 at checkout t… Read more

You're right. 2GB RAM was fine but 4GB is pretty common now on this type of machine and makes a huge difference. One big mainboard makes it all cheaper though. This is too much for a refurb though if you ask me...


REFURBISHED come on, this is from an editor too....


Only 2gb ram , small screen cold . Ram cannot be updated. Good old days when you can update ram , hard disk , cpu etc . Now everything is soldered and disabled in crippling Intel Management Engine even if you are smart enough to solder .


IT-Zoo or Tier1, this time it was IT-Zoo, I only buy from these places. Didn't even spot that... if it's not new, it's not great value then...


Any link for Lenovo x240?

Acer 15.6 Inch HD Intel i3 2GHz 8GB 1TB Windows Laptop - Red - £350.99 @ Argos eBay Store
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Argos warranty, so suppose it's not extra virgin. Doesn't say, but I think it's an i3-6. 8GB looks good. Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee Stand out from the crowd wit… Read more

I picked a refurbished version up a couple of weeks ago on Argos EBay for £217.99. It is a 6th gen i3.


Ideapad 320 posted on here is good at £299


Thank for the reply


This laptop is ok for navigate on the Internet watch movies, online or from hard drive, you can play games for example fifa 2017 or f1 2016, 2017 strategy games, if you want to play new games you will need a better laptop recommended with sdd, bigger graphic card and better processor.


No SSD and only 720p. Bought one similar for 330 in tesco last year.

Fujitsu LIFEBOOK E458 15.6" Laptop Intel Core i5-7200U, 4GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Windows 10 Pro £399.99 Delivered with code @ Laptop Outlet
Refreshed 12th OctRefreshed 12th Oct
Thought this was a decent price for the spec for this business orientated laptop, and after checking around its over £60 cheaper than elsewhere when using the above code. Intel Co… Read more

'Caveat Emptor' or 'Horses for Courses' ! Briefly perusing the technical specification of this decidedly mediocre Fujitsu Lifebook E458 laptop, I still find it an utterly contemptible situation that currently there STILL appear to be a few neanderthal manufacturers & retailers out there deliberately dragging their feet, who believe that nowadays it's completely acceptable to flog inferior products with such lousy 15.6" 1366 x 768 pixel resolution screens ! I mean jeez guys, isn't it about time that you all woke up and smelt the coffee ? Oh and by the way I'm afraid that at least in MY book, a miserable 1366 x 768 pixel screen on a 15.6" portable is by it's very nature categorically neither HD nor full HD… way, José !!! Methinks a quick email or phone call to your local Trading Standards office ought to sort out that little problem and force the retailers to amend their advertising accordingly….. Admittedly a quick search online revealed that other Fujitsu models further up their 'food chain' can be specified with full HD screens, but obviously they are priced higher accordingly, so regrettably in this particular instance it's a unequivocal Cold from me…..sorry !


768 wouldn't have even been sufficient back in 2010, god knows why they're still palming these panels off on the public. My first PC was am expensive £2000 Fujitsu desktop. Broke 2 months after the warranty expires. Was therefore also my last.


Agreed on the RAM. Windows 10 really should run fine with 4GB but in reality it's pretty sluggish in my experience.


7th gen i5. They are all selling at this price for the spec. 8th gen is on most new i5 laptop. Voted cold not really a good deal


About ten years ago I signed up myself and gf for the 'Lifebook for life' program, where we each spent about 1k on laptops and every three years get a free replacement for life. So we've had eight laptops now and the only one that went wrong and had to be repaired was the T901 which was a tablet and the digitiser/display went wonky. I am a heavy user and physically mine looked quite worn when it was time to return but they really took the battering very well. So I'm pretty impressed overall with Fujitsu quality, definitely better than the cheaper makes.


£491 off


I paid under £410 for my 8 core 16 thread i7-7820x towards the beginning/middle of the year. Mental how they can charge £600 for a tad higher clocking version of it!


In light of the benchmark fibbing, it would be best to hold off buying the 9900k till the reviews comes out, then you can be the judge if you want a 8700k or a ryzen 2700x ..


So faced with very serious competition, Intels response is to make up there own benchmarks and up there prices again? Cool plan guys.


Wow, I guess twice the prices definitely doesn't mean twice the performance. I'm going to sit back and watch this drama unfold (popcorn) This is going to be as good as a RTX 2070ti if Nvidia figure out where to put the RTX 2070 1st :D

Intel 8th Gen Core i5-8600K Processor £242.01 @ Amazon
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Was in the middle of putting together a new PC, came across this - seems like a good price! In stock 27th October but could be worth the wait given the saving. By no means an exper… Read more

Have to be mad to pay £100 more for a 6c/6t over 6c/12t, just for what 10% more single threaded performance but significantly less multithreaded performance. This is i7/2700 money


Not voting but decent price as of now considering 6 weeks ago it was £202. Best to wait for the prices to go down.


The official word for that is capitalism! :)


Sad thing is especially with the new I7 series you can order from and pax the taxes and get the processors cheaper than you can buy them over here, I pre ordered a i7 9900k from .com and it's cost me £463 (lucky I snagged one all stock sold now) and all the UK retailers are trying to rip people off selling pre-order for 599.. Nearly all computer retailers these days are trying to rip people off.


And they'll blame tariffs

2017 Apple MacBook Pro 15" Touch Bar, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD, Radeon Pro 555, Space Grey - £1999 @ John Lewis & Partners
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
I'm looking for a 16gb macbook pro atm and this is the best deal i've found 3D ReadyNOAccessories Included87W USB‑C Power Adapter, USB‑C Charge Cable (2m)Audio QualityRead tool… Read more

MIght be useful... claim to have discounts, have a 2 year warranty, and also have TCB. I found them on the TCB site.


I agree. I’ve had fantastic service from Apple including free repairs or replacements for products that were a year or two out of warranty. When my iPad 2 got dropped onto a stone floor resulting in a cracked screen I took it to an Apple Store. The guy I spoke too was incredibly apologetic for not being able to swap it straight away as they were in short supply - having only been launched 2 weeks earlier. As I could still use it he asked me to take it back for a replacement a week later and gave me a brand new one, free of charge (I didn’t even have Apple Care). Technical support outside of warranty has also been excellent, even without Apple Care. I’ve never had this level of service from any other company.


2016 and 2017 models. But there is a free repair thing for keyboards. Mines fine though. The 2018 keyboard is redesigned slightly because of the issue. Havent noticed any differences between typing on my partners and mine though. Also decided Apple Care wasn't worth the price for a three year warranty when I've dealt with Apple for products 12-24 months old and they've replaced incredibly quickly. You can get the 2018 256GB model for £115.40 more via Nus Student Discount:


There is an expectation that most of the range, with the exception of the pro, is going to be refreshed any time soon. This could mean a reprice of the pro as a result. I'm waiting to get a new one for work, don't need a pro unless I opt for the 13 inch, but been holding off and checking Macrumors daily.


#1 It's worth mentioning that you really need to take out AppleCare for these machines from 2017 and 2018, as they have 'known' faults with the keyboards otherwise it will soon turn into an expensive doorstop. #2 Its possible to run mac os on non apple hardware these days very very successfully.

Dell Inspiron 15 5570 Laptop, Intel Core i7, 16GB RAM £849.95 delivered at John lewis and partners
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
Seems good price for this specs...i am looking for some high config powerful laptop...hope this is the one under 900 budget.,

These were £549 (£449 if you complained it didn't come with a 1060 as advertised) last black Friday direct from Dell, At this point I would wait for this years black Friday deals.


This deal has less RAM and a i5 but with a v good GPU:


Not even got a Back-lit keyboard!


Not a good deal for the price


Ignore me. Mine’s the 7 series Inspiron with the similar numbers. Thought it was a bit odd.

Lenovo IdeaPad 510s 14 Inch Intel i3 2.4GHz 8GB 128GB Laptop - White £364.99 @ Argos / Ebay
Found 7th OctFound 7th Oct
I've just bought one of these, it's a lovely machine, really great screen and lightning fast to start up due to the SSD. My main reason for choosing this one was the screen resolut… Read more

Are u guys updating to Windows 1803? Is it ok to stay on 1607


It was a cold day when I got mine, probably why I noticed it!


No worries pal


This is a 7th gen processor not 6th gen


this! second hand market is leagues ahead for the price you get out of a particular hardware. but the mindset is always brand new, especially a laptop since users are weary of things that go wrong but don't realise how easy it is to factory reset the hardware so its brand new. The funny thing is I got this laptop with the i5 6200u about 3 years ago for £390 from very , and the 6200u is better than this i3 and the price has only one down £25? lol what a joke

ASUS VivoBook F407MA 14" Intel® Pentium® Laptop - 256 GB SSD, Grey - Currys  £329.99 @ Ebay
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Was on the lookout for a deal on a laptop for around the £300 mark,saw this and apart from the 4gb of ram looks a decent deal.Not sure on the quality of ASUS so would welcome comme… Read more
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N5000 isn’t a bad CPU but it’s not worth £299. It’s a derivative/improvementof the 2013 Bay Trail Atoms, decent low power chips but designed for tablets really. Also the i3 laptop is the F510UA-EJ1188T not the F407MA so there’s obviously a massive discrepancy somewhere as both are mentioned in various places. I wouldn’t be risking it.


Apologies was pissed as a fart ha, anyway some of the feedback for that item indicates that you MAY receive a lesser specced machine for your cash


It's as capable as a 7th gen i3




But is it good performance or as capable as at least the i3

MSI GV62 7RF 1216UK Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GTX 1060, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD - £799.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Seems like a pretty good deal for a Gtx 1060 6gb at the moment. Not too sure about the quality of the laptop itself however as I’ve heard that they are quite flimsy.
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Should have 1 stick of 8Gb and an empty slot as that's how my slightly different MSI came with.


Or is this ASUS better? Which would you choose between the 2?


The desktop linked below would offer quite similar performance I would imagine. Although the desktop cpu would be better. An 7700hq or 8300h laptop cpu would be more comparable to the cpu in the desktop linked below.


Yes that's what you're doing when you compare a desktop and a laptop. Though they don't market them as "downclocked", because they aren't, they are thermally/power limited. They can run at the same clock speeds as the desktop part for very short bursts but slow down drastically after a few tens of microseconds. Useful for interactive response but no good for heavyweight data movement. As you say, the decision is rarely that simple and most people want laptops anyway, but I wanted to point out that despite the marketing numbers the laptops do not keep pace with desktops, even after several generations of development, so for some uses a used desktop can be a great buy. (Annoyingly I can't edit the quote section to focus on the bits I'm replying to using the latest Android client ..)


You're comparing old desktop CPUs to low power CPUs, downclocked on purpose to use less power and generate less heat because they often run on battery, of course the desktop CPUs will run faster. Even then, Intel are starting to focus on lower power usage on desktop CPUs as well now. A modern high end laptop CPU isn't much worse than a high end desktop CPU, the only difference is caused by the lower clock speeds for power usage. The real answer to your question is, it depends. What does she really want? If portability is in any way important to her, get a laptop. Will she take it to school/uni? Will she enjoy using it while sat in the lounge watching TV? If she will be exclusively gaming and doesn't care about portability, get a desktop.

Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Intel Core i5-7300HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 1000GB HDD No Optical Drive Dedicated GeForce GTX 1050 2GB Graphics USB3… Read more

Oh pipe down you muppet


your the one been silly lad


Not available and showing price of £732


Can I upgrade this laptop with an SSD?


Don't be silly

HP Stream 11 Pro G4 - 11.6" Light Weight Laptop Intel Dual Core, 4GB RAM, 64GB £179.99 Delivered @ Laptop Outlet
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Bargain laptop if you were looking for one. 4GB of RAM, 64GB of storage, HD display and Intel Celeron processor. Given the price it's hard to complain about the spec on this one. … Read more

Exactly this... I don't consider it HD.


Bought computer from this company had sdbus_internal error from it three times. Crashed even after they said a fix would solve problem


HD is 720p, Full HD is 1080p - you may not consider it HD but in technical terms, the OP is right on the money.


But it is one though lol. Slightly over but more or less. XD


Please don't call this a HD display. Good spec for new on this money though.

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