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Ryzen 5 2600x Motherboard bundle with 8gb Ram £318.99 ebay /  cclcomputers
Found 13 h, 36 m agoFound 13 h, 36 m ago
I have been looking for new components to upgrade my PC, this deal was over £400 but yesterday it droped to £319. Seems like a good deal to me but please share your expertise to h… Read more

100% agree, right place at the right time is usually just lucky or not. Let's also now set it straight, unless you are saving a huge sum of cash, then there is no reason not to spend an extra £5-10, especially if it is for a personal build that may last many years. :)


No I was shopping for RAM at the time to sell a build, and I just looked on Amazon as they have so many ways to get money off. Let's be brutally honest, what I bought made sense to buy against other prices at the time, compared to the difference in performance. That is what we are talking about, as for the other guy who mentioned 40% difference in performance is just off their face... My point is that there is always ways to buy items cheaper than what is on this site, you just have to use common sense.


You completely missed the point, the RAM you bought in May was as item misprice, not the normal price.I am asking you to post misprice deals, as without the misprice, even using the the coupons and credits etc. the price difference would have still be pretty much nothing compared to a faster RAM kit. How did you find the cheap discounded RAM in May, was it on here?


It's on everything... There is no point posting deals that all require the same process. I have Smash Bros Ultimate pre-ordered at £32.99, Pokémon Let's Go Eevee and Pokeball for £47.99. All through Amazon, all using the same offers on different accounts. It's not difficult to do, there is still an in-store promo for £10 when you top up £30. There is also £6 promo credit for buying £30 gift cards... All available very easily... There was £15 off £60 recently etc...


I'm seeing A LOT of comments along the lines of "you'll not see the difference with the naked eye" and "I guarantee you would not tell the difference if you had faster RAM in your system" ... It seems to me that you can only think this to be true if you're either 1) assuming that everyone only uses 60hz monitor for games, or 2) subscribe to one of those ridiculous "the human eye can only see 24fps" type of notions. Both of these notions are laughable, and not to be taken seriously. Similarly, a person trying to tell other people generally what kind of performance differences they will and will not see, whilst evidence in the thread has been presented showing up to 40% differences in performance, should not be taken seriously either. When benchmarks have been presented demonstrating this opinions wrong, then they are wrong generally, even if the individual's subjective capacities aren't able to see or understand why. Making suggestions for the broad population based on such could be considered misleading too.

Asus ROG Strix GL702VS Core i7-7700HQ 16GB 1TB + 256GB SSD GeForce GTX 1070 17 Inch Gaming Laptop - Titanium Gold £1349.97 @ Laptops direct
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
You save: Screen size17.3in Intel Core i7Processor Number7700HQ RAM Memory16GB Storage256GB SSD & 1TB Hard Drive Screen Resolution1920 x 1080 Operating SystemWindows 10 Graph… Read more

Because its not a £300 dell...


Good price, no idea why so cold. Heat from me.


That's actually a decent price for a 1070 laptop. I doubt you'll find an 8th gen i7 + 1070 for anywhere near that price


Have looked at this laptop. At this money would want latest Gen processor. Anyone know of anywhere with a GTX 1070 Graphics card with 8th Gen which does not have poor overheating reviews? Nearly bought a HP Omen similar spec with smaller but better screen and 8th Gen but lots reviews saying gets super hot within minutes.

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.

PROMO BUNDLE - INTEL CORE I7 8086K, Z370 ULTRA GAMING WIFI, 16GB RGB RAM **FREE 512GB SSD** £799.99 + £10.50 delivery - £810.49 Overclockers
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
I know this is an expensive one, but after putting all of the individual parts in PCPartpicker, the cheapest you can buy this bundle for separately is £892.91 making this a saving … Read more
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This bundle would be good if they swap that Aorus motherboard for the Asrock Taichi


Processor 270 few months ago, now total bonanza I wouldn't buy already year old processor for that money, motherboard I dont want it for free, but 130, this ram max 130, ssd "no name " no more than 50 pounds, total sum 580. 800 is just a joke, for that money should be sold together with gtx1070


Buy separatelly


Its intel. people will pay whatever intel want them to either through complete ignorance or deluded fantasy.


The price must have increased since I posted. It was 379.99 at the time of posting. This processor has been as low as £315 before

Asrock fatal1ty professional gaming i7 ATX Motherboard £155.67 Amazon
Found 5th OctFound 5th Oct
Super motherboard Z370 chipset lga 1151 Price drop of 39%... just seen it in my Amazon wish list... great deal... £200+ anywhere else. Just a few left in stock though.
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highly likely but you will need a BIOS update no doubt, same socket and most of the rumours regarding the Z390 suggest architecture is the same apart from die shrink


So if I get this and either the i7 9700k or the i9 9900k will the chip be recognised as the board is Z370?.


excellent,thx, perfect for the i79700k on release


Don't know tbh... but giving the price of new tech... I just wait patiently for prices to drop on these... z370... 8700k... ddr4... nvme... 1080ti... Don't think is worth the new tech price giving that you will still probably gamin on this well over 1080p for the next 5 years... at least that's what I hope (nerd)


Me too. Can these be used with the new series of chips out soon? I7 9700k and I9 9900k. I'm in the process of getting parts.

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ASRock Fatal1ty X370 Professional Gaming AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £99.99 Ebuyer
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Nice to see this board under £100. This is a higher end motherboard. Elsewhere, seems to be £160+! Very good board for Ryzen platform. (excited) Features ATX ASRock Super A… Read more
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NOOOOOOOO , how often does an offer like this come up when I'm NOT at work, grrrr.


Out of stock. You snooze you lose. XD


Have one these with an overclocked 1700 @4ghz and 32gbs of RAM. It's a pfsense router, Plex server, torrent client and runs the occasional VM, hasn't crashed once fully set up.


poor support from asrock, their motherboard bios chip get f.....up after a while. They used to send for free, now they ask you to purchase somewhere else


I would probably get one of these if it came with an updated BIOS for ryzen 2.

Gigabyte AM4 motherboard AX370M-DS3H + £30 STEAM Voucher - £47.99 @ cclonline ( free collection, alternatively  free delivery over £50)
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
Incredible deal if you are looking for a budget motherboard. £30 steam voucher makes this deal super sweet. Free collection, alternatively add something for £2+ to get the free eco… Read more

Back in stock good deal Thanks


Thanks for posting it anyway - as I'd missed the original deal and found yours and bought last night in a moment of weakness! Cheers, OP.


correct, bin please.cheers




Asus Strix AMD Radeon Vega 56 £398.99 Amazon Prime Exclusive
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Such a good price for this Vega... Amazon Prime too.

Back at £499 now


Yes i know... miners:D They kept AMD alive. Good thing its a miners forum. Oh wait... AMD cant get even close to nvidia when it coms to performance/watt/price. I cant belive where they ended up having in mind times like 5870 vs Fermi. Its exactly oposit. 5870 VaporX was masterpiece. Now, look at the size of the cooler on VEGA:/


vrm temps are bad on strix amd cards


Yes. Good card, even better at this price. There's not much my 56 can't run that my 1080 can. In certain scenarios it's more powerful than an equivalent NVIDIA card too - miners will attest to that.


is it?

MSI AMD Ryzen AM4 B350 GAMING PLUS ATX Motherboard £63.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Next cheapest is £85. Very good motherboard for Ryzen CPU's. Supports AMD RYZEN and 7th Gen Processors Socket AM4 Mystic Light Sync Max. Memory Capacity 64GB (4x16GB)
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Showed as £63.99 for me too. Ebuyer must have mispriced and have now fixed it.


(skeptical) it was £63.99 when I posted the deal, nevermind then... XD


Clicked through and showing as £74.99?

Gigabyte ax370m motherboard - free £30 steam voucher plus free £5.02 spend (see description) @ CCL Online
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
Gigabyte AX370M-DS3H AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard. £44.99 + £4.99 shipping Been on here before from ebuyer with free pizza express vouchers and mouse. This time can claim a free £… Read more

Still havent had my codes deliverd yet


Appreciated that you checked. All back online now so will process ma vouchies now. Ta.


Ah I see what you mean; yeah, I'm getting the same. Website borked.


I've not managed to upload - I can't even view the site!


File size of the image you're uploading?

Asus ROG Strix RX VEGA 64 OC edition 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card - £439.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 18th SepFound 18th Sep
With all the hype around Nvidia at the moment, don't forget about this beast of a card! (lol) A great price for an amazing card! VEGA 64 8GB HBM2 Memory Clock 945 MHz Thre… Read more
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So is your comment


This guy allways saying something negative


Yeah, I'll provably end up getting one of these. I want to try it with my freesync 2 monitor. A gtx 970 doesn't really do it justice.


Happy chappy on 1440p, its more than enough for this resolution i think.


Just bought a similar spec Samsung monitor. I was thinking of upgrading to one of these cards from a gtx 970. How do you find this card for running games at 1440p?

MSI Z370 gaming pro carbon WIFI + Free MSI core L Frozer cooler £155.49 / £161.47 Delivered @ Scan
Found 13th SepFound 13th Sep
This seems a pretty good deal on scan, thought id spread the deal, not looked at the reviews too much but is gets top 92 % on tweak town review. The coolers selling on ebay for abo… Read more

Good find OP!


Cheers mate


FYI amazon is giving an in stock date of 21st September for this cpu at 303gbp


Maybe but you wont get the free stuff with a drop. The price sort of reflects this now, plus I doubt this board will ever sell for 100, selling the free parts easily gives you back 50 pound.s Not to mention this board is priced around 175 - 200 everywhere else, good luck getting a 40-50% discount on a decent board that still works with the newest gen with a bios update (updates already released on website). Early news says that the z390 are very similar, you may get a better vrm and onchip wifi. but this board solves that anyway. Cant see the real difference in z370 vs z390


But wont these drop further when the Z390 is released in couple of weeks?

ASUS ROG STRIX GL703GS - i7-8750H - 17.3" 3ms 144hz G Sync screen - 16GB DDR4 RAM- 256GB M.2 - 1TB SSHD - GTX 1070 + Free copy of Black ops 4 £1499.97 @ Box
Found 11th SepFound 11th Sep
Seen this posted earlier this month for the same price @ Amazon but if you purchase it from you get a free copy of black ops 4

Do NOT go for the Defiance V, i had a 8750h/1070 and it has nothing but issues. Main issue is the chassis can not cool the CPU anywhere near adequately, i paid for the re paste and the cpu would sky rocket to 95-99c on all cores within 5 minutes of bf1, and to 90c before the game had even begun loading. Tried to repaste it myself even with liquid metal, and a substantial 0.150v undervolt and the it would still thermally throttle almost instantly while playing anything demanding. I contacted PCS about the issues and they advised me they had a new bios that "fixed" the issues, i asked them how it went about that since if the new bios just puts in a power limit or lower thermal limit it is not a "fix" in my eyes. They assured me it didn't and i went about installing the new bios. Surprise surprise all the bios did was lower the thermal limit from 99 to 85 and introduced lower power limits system wide. Supposedly it was also meant to reduced the base line voltage but i did not witness that. So i then had an over heating laptop, just with gimped performance that power throttled as well as thermal throttled. This isn't including all the other issues but i don't want to turn this into a wall of text. I had to argue with PCS when i returned it as they were going to send the laptop back as it didn't crash during a stress test so in their eyes was perfectly fine, after a few back and forth emails they finally agreed to refund it due to the power limit and thermal limit issues, though they did sting me for the charger which was £55 because it was apparently "scuffed" (it was not) Bottom line, i would strongly recommend people steer clear of this chassis, it can not handle the CPU and gets so hot and loud it's uncomfortable to use, and throttles so much you won't get the performance you should out of the 8750h.


This is a good spec and a reasonable price... but... You should decide if you really do need a laptop to game on rather than a small form factor desktop instead. Given the price, performance, and update-path differences. A lot of people seem to get these huge gaming laptops and then realise that PC gaming on the move isn't really practical, not for AAA titles any way, and given you don't need a beefy laptop to run basic games it feels like a bit of a waste. Especially when having it on your lap isn't really practical when it's over 15 inches, will cook your nads, and have a pretty awful battery life. Granted you can't take your mITX rig on the train, but who wants to be the selfish guy hogging up the entire train table so he can play CoD? Also, do you really want to throw your entire machine away after 3-5 years? Wouldn't it be better to drop a better GPU in? Maybe upgrade the CPU? Also laptop i7s are only really as fast as their desktop i5 counterparts, for example the i7-8750H in this machine is slightly slower than the i5-8600k.Plus the desktop is more easily overclocked. If I wanted a small rig around this price I'd build I would 100% build a SSF system using the Silverstone RVZ01 which is about the same size as a PS4/Xbone. PCPartPicker part list: Price breakdown by merchant: CPU: Intel - Core i5-8600K 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor (£225.18 @ PC World Business) CPU Cooler: Noctua - NH-L12S 55.4 CFM CPU Cooler (£45.75 @ Amazon UK) Motherboard: ASRock - Z370M-ITX/ac Mini ITX LGA1151 Motherboard (£128.98 @ Amazon UK) Memory: Corsair - Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2400 Memory (£126.84 @ Amazon UK) Storage: ADATA - XPG SX6000 256GB M.2-2280 Solid State Drive (£58.03 @ CCL Computers) Storage: Seagate - BarraCuda 1TB 3.5" 7200RPM Internal Hard Drive (£29.99 @ Aria PC) Video Card: PNY - GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB Video Card (£337.07 @ Amazon UK) Case: Silverstone - RVZ01B Mini ITX Desktop Case (£86.99 @ Power Supply: Silverstone - 500W 80+ Gold Certified Fully-Modular SFX Power Supply (£80.99 @ Operating System: Microsoft - Windows 10 Home OEM 64-bit (£60.00 @ Amazon UK) Monitor: AOC - G2460PF 24.0" 1920x1080 144Hz Monitor (£179.98 @ PC World) Total: £1359.80 Prices include shipping, taxes, and discounts when available Generated by PCPartPicker 2018-09-12 12:47 BST+0100 Run that for a few years and maybe grab a second hand i7-8700K, and what ever the equivalent to a 1070Ti is then. Sell your other parts and you'll have a proper upgrade path, plus you can choose what keyboard you like rather than using a built in one. If you wanted to go cheaper you could forgo the official way of getting Windows 10 and get a key off of eBay, you could also pick a cheaper cube case. The machine is small and could easily pass for a games console, so hook up a controller and enjoy your games at 4K on the sofa. If anyone wants any further advice/information PM me.


Personally, I would look at PC Specialist & configure it to suit. I specced a near identical 17" Defiance V for about the same cost, but if you consider other components, you could get a similar machine for a fair bit less.


This or Alienware?


Neg me harder daddy

ASRock X399 TAICHI TR4 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1/3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard - £287.11 @ Amazon (Prime Exclusive)
Found 8th SepFound 8th Sep
X399 TAICHI ATX Prime Exclusive ASRock X399 TAICHI sTR4 SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.1/3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard Features Supports AMD TR4 Socket Ryzen Threadripper Series CPUs IR Digital … Read more
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Don't think this supports ESXi so if you need that you'll need one of the others


These are expensive for a reason though. High end VRMs, extra layers for all the PCI-E lanes, quad channel RAM. WiFi, dual LAN. AMD also don’t ditch a chipset with every minor CPU revision like Intel. I’d pay extra just for that tbh


I dont think I will, I am not sure my system could take the shock of a mobo even MORE expensive than this.


Same here. But this is to be expected as the whole platform is considered to be for enthusiasts/content creators.


Yeh, but the CPU's are cheap as chips. (embarrassed)

ASUS ROG Strix GL702 17.3" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 256GB SSD £909.97 @ Currys ebay, only one in stock
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Intel® Core™ i7-7700HQ processor RAM: 16 GB / Storage: 1 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6 GB DDR5 Full HD display Product Type: Notebook Operating System… Read more

That was really good deal.


OOS but shows 3 sold


too slow ;(


OOS ..... sad face


Thanks op, I've bought. 😁

Gigabyte Z370 D3H Micro ATX Socket 1151 Motherboard *Refurbished with 90 day warranty* £60.12 @ Novatech
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Solid little board for intels latest coffelake platform. The Z370 is intels best chipset for this platform and allows overclocking for K series CPUs. There's also an Asrock one w… Read more
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Just received a refurb Z270 board from Novatech - it came in a plain white box with just the IO shield.


From the ones I've had, it's been all the usual documents, driver CD, 2 or 4 Sata cables and the IO shield.


Do you get all cables/accessories with the refurb boards? Just read board and back plate only.

Gigabyte GA-Z270p-D3 socket 1151 ATX motherboard. Refurbished. £35.91 delivered @ Novatech
Found 6th SepFound 6th Sep
Currently 9 in stock. These are not for 8th gen CPUs, but fine for other 1151 processors. The Sli version has a couple in stock for not much more and they have a few z370 motherbo… Read more

I had a Gigabyte Z68AP-D3 motherboard which I built a system around , I had a repeated problems with the system randomly rebooting for no apparent reason. I spent a couple of weeks playing with drivers and hardware and eventually decided to open a support call to Gigabyte and told them all the testing I'd done myself. After a couple of extra tests they asked me to return the motherboard and they replaced it with a slightly updated version. I guess this is where the returned boards go if they can repair them, I'm not sure If I'd want a repaired board, finding the cause of issues like this is not much fun.


Solid board, I've always used Gigabyte D3 boards over the years as I've upgraded and I've never had an issues with them, it'd be interesting to learn what exactly is "manufacturer repaired" about this specific one though.


link not working for me; hukd links broken by ublock origin again? :edit: oh, spoke too soon - forwarding host just very slow.

ASUS Strix GL702ZC 17" 8 Core AMD RYZEN 7 Gaming Laptop @ Scan for £1049.99
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
17.3" ASUS ROG Strix GL702ZC-GC104T, FHD FreeSync, AMD Ryzen 7 1700, 16GB DDR4, 256GB M.2 SSD+1TB HDD, 4GB RX 580, Win10

More ram as well, this one has 16GB


So, for 250 quid more I am paying for a faster CPU?


Just realised that the cpu on the scan one is different.


Thats a different one, i posted that one as well

jamdog30 Cheaper

ASRock Fatal1ty AB350 Gaming Mini ITX Motherboard for Ryzen AM4 £85.67 @ Ebuyer
Found 4th SepFound 4th Sep
B350 chipset ITX motherboard. Not many options for AMD AM4 (Ryzen) MB if you want ITX for a small form factor build. Biostar isn’t great, gigabyte is badly laid out, ASUS is expens… Read more

Johnathan Fatal1ty Wendel, still milking royalties years later!


Anybody know if this supports Ryzen 5 2600 at all??? And if so... does it support it out of the box, or will it require a BIOS update?


i know some firms will update, overclockers do, always best to ask


It's got a bit of a weird layout, could be a deal breaker for some as the socket placement throws the CPU cooler out of alignment with some smaller case (Node 202 being a prominent one off the top of my head).


If you are happy to have a full size PC go ATX. Easier to build in & much cheaper than ITX. Micro ATX sits in the middle. The problem with the gigabyte ITX board is they arranged it stupidly so it makes building the PC a nightmare inside a small case, which is the whole point of ITX. Well regarded otherwise and liked by people.

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