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Samsung 256GB 95 MB/s C. 10 U3 Mem Evo Plus MicroSD card. Sold by Amazon
Found 12 h, 19 m agoFound 12 h, 19 m ago
lowest it has been.

I'm after a 128gb card from Amazon. Can anyone tell me if that's been any cheaper on Amazon than what it is at the mo? Think it's £33.95 I know mymemory is cheaper but I have some credit for Amazon. Thanks


Wow..... Im not ready yet to buy but I think when SanDisk hit 70 I'll upgrade my 2 200s


No, always posting cheapest option


Yeah, we are all waiting for Picard...


no doubt some idiot will come on here and moan and say " you can get 128gb for £28 cold or i rather get two 128gb " you know who you are :p

Samsung Mobile UK 256 GB 95 MB/s Class 10 U3 Memory Evo Plus MicroSD card with Adapter £83.67 Dispatched from and sold by Amazon
Found 17th AprFound 17th Apr
Price dropped seems to be lowest ever on Amazon UK.
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sorry these are all irrelevant - come back when you have picard approved applications


Pretty much maxed out my 128GB in my phone, so I guess that's a good place to start :D


Well to chime in I have a nintendo switch that would greatly benefit from one of these. Currently has 128gb and its full and its not the most practical thing to be changing SD cards when u want to switch game. Having all on one would be best


Unless your commute is from to London to China, I doubt that you even listen to 1% of those 180GB worth of songs.....


brilly wrote: well obviously someone buying a 256gb card needs 256gb so how else are you going to make that out of two 128gb cards? What device needs a 256GB microSD card. Ok. I will bite. I can store my 180GB+ music library on my phone, stick some videos on there for my commute and still have ample space for other things I don’t want to store in the cloud/access offline

Virgin media retention deal FULL HOUSE TV 200 Mb broadband Talk more anytime 12 month contract £54.50 p/m - First month free 2 TIVO BOXES 1TB +500gb
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
Hi I know this is only a retention deal but just wanted to show others what I got so they can negotiate a deal with virgin, some will do better some will not. FULL HOUSE TV 200 Mb… Read more

NNot happy at all with these Parents are paying £96 a month for Vivid 200, anytime calls and mid tv package. Rang yesterday and they could only offer the basic TV package, Vivid 200 and anytime calls for £56 a month with new V6 box and new hub (free installation). We agreed anyway. I've looked today and they've lowered the broadband to Vivid 100! Not at all what I agreed to yesterday! I've just rang up to complain and they won't budge. They want an extra £5 a month to go back to Vivid 200. I told them to listen to the call from yesterday to which they say it's random and the person who i dealt with yesterday may have made a mistake and meant vivid 100 (?!). After some moaning from me they then offered £61 a month but with £50 credit on the 5th bill. They said that will bring the bill down to £56 on average, but I wasn't having it, it's not the point after I agreed to Vivid 200 yesterday. I told them I want to put a complaint in and they said they will ring back in 2 days. We have VM coming today to fit the new hub and V6 box. Any idea's what I should do? Say I want to cancel if they don't resolve it when (if) they ring?


I’ve got 200 mb broadband, full house tv inc bt sport and weekend calls for £40 per month (y)


Fully intend to. Sick of being conned by them


What TV package?


They will ring you in a few days , when they do push them hard for a better deal

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Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 ITX 3GB GDDR5 PCI-E £209.99 Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
good deal for a 3GB 1060 has 1556MHz Base/1771MHz when using oc mode or 1531MHz Base/1746MHz when using normal mode
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I've got a Asus 1060 6bg and Evga SC 1050ti 4gb in two different machines, wish I hadn't bothered with the 1060 as the 1050ti 4gb plays everything and anything I can throw at it at 1080p and has really impressed me, a 1060 for the money isn't a good buy the 6gb is the biggest con as it's only between 3 to 7% better than the 3gb and both are not quite good enough for 4k or 1440p and never will be - a 4gb 1050ti for cheaper will do all you need at 1080p for now. In my opinion the sensible choice would be a cheap bargain 3gb 1060 if you can find one or low priced 1050ti for now until prices get better - as I understand it the 6gb 1060 isn't powerful enough to really make use of all of it's 6gb of ram anyway and the small difference in performance just isn't worth the money. A good example is the 960 2gb and 4gb 3-4 years on and the difference is still minimal between them.


Normal price



Thanks, amazing my memory still works (y)


it has less cuda cores

MSI AMD Ryzen AM4 X370 GAMING PLUS ATX Motherboard (Very Cheap x370) £86.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th AprFound 11th Apr
Hi Guys, Found this very good deal on ebuyer. It's an x370 board (AM4 Socket) for under £90. This is about the average price for a B350 board which makes this a good deal. This boa… Read more

Surely it should?


Didn't work with my Ryzen 1600X so beware.


Ive bought quite a bit from ebuyer, including (some years ago), 4 drives, one of which was DOA. I rang them, and we agreed they'd ship another while I RMA'ed the failed one. No paperwork, no waiting/testing the DOA one. Couldnt be happier ...


Thanks, it sounds like they have made their returns policy a lot better since my last experience. I was returning a DVD player that basically started to melt after 30 minutes of use; even though it had only been delivered that day, they insisted it would have to be sent for testing, and that the testing would take SEVEN WEEKS MINIMUM, before I could have a refund or replacement. This was of course, before the DSR came into law.


- SLI capable - Better power delivery, so when paired with a good cooler, will be able to overvolt higher for absolute max overclock. For most, the answer is no.

Gigabyte H310M Micro ATX Socket 1151 8th Generation Intel Motherboard £54.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 9th AprFound 9th Apr
Alternative to the higher specification and cost Z370 Chipset motherboards that were previously the only way to run an 8th Generation Intel CPU. Sure, less features such as overclo… Read more
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These boards are for OEM bulk (company/business orders) buy. The few pounds you save compared to a B360 are not worth it. Do not buy this board for a budget gaming rig, go for B360 and do yourself a favour guys or at least do some research and don't miss out on features you might want for another £5-£10.


You can get a B360 for less than £60; there's really no sense in getting an H310 board. Though unless you're already committed to Intel's 8th gen, I think it'd be prudent to see how the Ryzen refresh shapes up; they might obsolete the i5 8400 at its current price point.


I have had a bad experience with Ebuyer too. If you have any issues and need to claim warranty, you will receive a partial refund. They will avoid at all cost to give you a replacement if the item has any issues over 6 months. AVOID the bad customer service and shop somewhere else.


i5 8400 even.. great bang for buck


Got all excited then saw the supplier... enough said on other items

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MSI AMD Radeon RX 560 AERO ITX OC 4GB gpu, £142.46 delivered at Scan
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Boost Clock / Memory Frequency 1196 MHz / 7000 MHz / 4GB GDDR5 All Solid Capacitors / Afterburner Overclocking Utility AMD Eyefinity / AMD FreeSync

I think the 470s and 570s are a hugejump above the x60s which weren't as useful for mining.


My rx470 4gb cost 150! Then up to 300 on crypto craze. Second hand back at 175 now on ebay.


I got mine before GPU prices were inflated, it's the 2GB version which can have a bios flash to unlock some of the locked cores on it but it was £56 from BT shop. I'd expect a lot more for £142.


Well at least it's a 4GB variant.


I think you might be better off with a 1050ti at this price. I have the rx460 which is a few frames slower than this but it didnt cost me anywhere near £140

Toshiba Exceria M302 (Ultra 3) 32GB Micro SD Card 90 MB/s 4K £9.49 (Prime) / £13.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
29/04/2018Expires on 29/04/2018Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
Toshiba Class 10 ULTRA 3 Micro SD Memory card with Free Same Day Delivery for Prime Members @Amazon A Toshiba EXCERIA M302 is the microSD card you need if you want to record 4K or… Read more

You're missing the point on warranty. If a use, for example dash cam, isn't specifically excluded from warranty on the retail package, or a reference made to a specific location for terms of the warranty excluding specific uses, the manufacturer cannot void the warranty if you claim. Of course, the danger of terms on a website is that they can be changed after you've purchased the item.


I'd like to see how the manufactures thought about sticking that information issue in the warranty, "we haven't got no evidence that cards fail in these devices, shall we just put that in the warranty on the packet anyway? Well I'm going on my experience anyway nevermind what u need to see or not, one card with little use in a gopro hero, second card is intermittently showing the same issue both Samsung EVO 32gb micro sd's not warrantied or recommended by their manufacturer for the purpose I used them for.


I'm not disputing that. Faults occur and things break down. What I said was "I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk". Individual failures, annoying as they are, don't give any real information on reliability. The other thing you need to check with cards that have been used in dash cams is whether they've been locked by the dash cam sensing a collision and protecting the data. That can go wrong and glitch the whole card as well.


what happened to mine and what others said 'does' happen, the card write protects itself to lock the last data recorded, I could not delete or format the card. The info was there for all to see!?


I've yet to see any real data supporting the lower risk. Also, there are so many factors involved regarding use of cards - which dash cam, actual usage, regularly wiped/formatted, genuine or fake card - that it would be well nigh impossible to get real data. How many people claim under warranty? Probably very few given cost coupled with the throw away society we live in. I'm not convinced on the legality of manufacturers' voiding warranty for cards used in dash cams. It could be that the lack of any high visibility warning on the retail packaging could undermine their small print hidden away somewhere on a website exclusion. How do they prove it was used on a dash cam anyway?

Gigabyte AB350M-Gaming 3 Motherboard, AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Processor and Seidon Cooler Bundle £249.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 28th MarFound 28th Mar
Motherboard - GA-AB350M-Gaming 3 Processor - AMD Ryzen 5 1600 Cooler - Cooler Master Seidon 120V V3 Plus DDR4 Support ATX Form Factor

You do realise there's other vulnerabilities which exist to elevate your rights up to admin? So the point is sort of redundant.


I disagree they are 'low level and far less serious'. The simple fact there are so many different exploits available is very disturbing.


Who said AMD could do no wrong? Yes these vulnerabilities are there, BUT they are low level and far less serious than the report made out.


No, it's not. And that's why all the tech sites covered it, because it was a legitimate issue. To wave it off as if AMD can do no wrong is just bias flowing.


The whole piece was a hit job on AMD to drive shares down in the short term, and to repeat the claims in the report is just plain stupid.

MSI Intel Z270 PC MATE LGA 1151 ATX Motherboard, £66.99 at Ebuyer
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Free delivery. FEATURES DDR4 Boost: Give your DDR4 memory a performance1. boost Audio Boost: Reward your ears with studio grade2. sound quality for a HI-FI experience EZ Deb… Read more

They have consistently kept each motherboard compatible with exactly 2 generations of CPUs. I would expect a similar concept for this going forward. It is the same chipset, but the base motherboard specs for it were insufficient to cope with 6 physical cores of power. Many of the good motherboards had enough power to handle the jump to 6, but instead of letting people find out the hard way -- Your motherboard doesn't support the increase in power requirements, they simply didn't allow it to happen. Most people don't upgrade their CPUs within 2 generations of CPU time anyway, so it's not really much of a concern to most. If you are constantly upgrading to the latest and greatest, I'm sure this is annoying.


It's absurd that Intel doesn't support the 8th gen on the Z170 and 270 chipsets, considering they use the same socket. Was hoping for a simple BIOS update so I could stick a coffee lake into my main rig.




Does this support i5-8th gen?


I bought this last year for my new build, excellent motherboard.

AsRock J4105-ITX CPU J4105 DDR4 ITX Motherboard - £79.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
One of the first Gemini Lake integrated motherboards. Unique Feature ASRock Super Alloy - Sapphire Black PCB - High Density Glass Fabric PCB ASRock Full Spike Protection (fo… Read more

Lots of Mobo's with cpu built on...??


Can I plug a gtx 1080Ti into this? 😝


Good deal for a soc system. Shamr it has realtek NIC


Ahhh should have read the next line down ;) Thanks Gav


You can use 8gb modules as long as you are using a 64bit os.

GIGABYTE Z270 ATX Motherboard GA-Z270P-D3 £68.98 @ Amazon (Prime exclusive) & Ebuyer
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Lowest price it's been Price match of Ebuyer (credit to YIMan) :
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Sorry for late reply didn't get a notification that you replied. Just had a look and there's really not too many great deals at the moment, everything is around £100+ (for the micro ATX and ITX boards anyway). Annoyingly it's only full size ATX that seems to be cheaper at the moment. Presumably your case cannot fit a full ATX board? Otherwise I'd say just get the cheapest you can find: something like this : Worth checking eBay too, although from a quick look can't see much on there right now myself. Like I said though with Z170 and Z270 boards you can pretty much just get the cheapest you can find as they are all very similar from all manufacturers (aside from aesthetics & sometimes a few additional features) so just search Z170 MATX, Z170 ITX, Z270 MATX and Z270 ITX & see what comes up Hope that helps


Can you recommend anything? Thanks


There is definitely an MATX version of this board because I own one myself. Link: More expensive though and not particularly good value at ~£110 I would just get the cheapest MATX or ITX board that's Z270 or Z170 chipset and you'll be fine as they're all much for muchness, features aside


Does anyone know if theres a micro ATX version of this? Im after a new board for my living room SFF build and need a decent but not too expensive board. Being out of the game for a while im unsure on what to go for. My specs are I7 6700K cpu DDR 4 RAM GTX 1070 Any help would be great Thanks


Whats the latest on mining? 8)

Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB £14.99 @ amazon Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K
Found 24th MarFound 24th Mar
Record and play in 4K and full HD Specialised for 4K/full HD recording. SD Memory Card standard compatible Designed for extreme environment usage Perfect for mobile devices Hi… Read more
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That can happen with quite a few SD cards. Not sure why - quite possibly a quirk of Android or the phone. Format it to portable storage first, restart, then format it as internal memory.


Good reliable card. Not the fastest but unless you're shooting 4K/60 or over 30Mbps, it's fine for most people who put a high value on card reliability and longevity.


17.09 now. 😞


Any good for dashcam?


put one of these in my new Moto G5S Plus and started formatting it as Internal memory. The phone stopped at 40% and warned me that the card was slow. The recommended cards are U1 not U3. Got myself a SanDisk 64GB Ultra Micro SD Card (SDXC) UHS-I A1 and that's fine. I think the A1 refers to compatability with mobile apps.

Samsung 128 GB 100 MB/s Class 10 U3 Memory Evo Plus MicroSD card with Adapter £36.91 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MarFound 23rd Mar
Thought i'd share this as i thought it was a pretty decent price. Blurb... Up to 100 MB/s read and 90 MB/s write speed with class 10 and U3 compatibility; includes full-size SD… Read more

Now £35.99 amazon.




Very good U3 card. Writes at around 80 MB a second.


thank you nostradamus


I would wait, looking at trends, predicting price drop of around £10 in the next month for SD memory cards, about time too as the prices were getting stagnant, expecting 128gb for ~£25, 64gb for ~£13, 32gb for ~£8

Used - Very Good SanDisk Ultra SDHC Memory Card Up to 80 MB/s, Class 10, U1 FFP, 32 GB, Black/Grey AMAZON Add on item £7.74
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Seems a decent enough price. price drops at checkout 20% off warehouse deals

Voted hot, buy some of them.


Also loads of fakes. Who knows what people return on memory cards.


I know this is a money saving site, but for the sake of saving £3.26 I don't know why you'd choose a return over a new one on something like this.


I'd be very wary of ordering an SD card off Amazon Warehouse, many returned are fake and ends up being US as genuine consumers to recieve the fake goods. Might not sound too bad but if you care about your photos, videos or any data then I highly recommend you be cautious if you order one of these. Happened to me, and never again would I take the risk

Asus PRIME B350-PLUS Motherboard with RYZEN 5 1600 Processor Bundle £219.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 20th MarFound 20th Mar
Looks a decent bundle and the processor includes a cooler...not really saving £56 as advertised but a saving nonetheless

Think this is about £10 cheaper than you can buy individually. Nice deal but with Ryzen 2 only a month away I can see the 1600 coming down in price on its own- if you wanted to wait a few weeks you might save overall. Good deal though.


No section 75 to back it up though, so it's mostly useless.


You can dispute a transaction with your debit card and they can do a charge back


Shame this deal is from Ebuyer as I've been looking for a deal like this. I last used Ebuyer around 8 years ago and up until that point used them regularly. But then they totally let me down with an important order just before xmas and when I complained they simply couldn't care less. I told them there and then I would never buy from them again and their attitude was somewhat nonchalant as though they thought "yeah, you will sucker", probably because I'd spent so much money with them for almost 10 years up until that point. Well you know what? Some 8 years on I never have bought anything from them, not even have I visited their website. A small futile gesture I know, but it makes me feel good at least.


Sadly didn't have a CC then. I have since had my eyes opened. Any other ideas?

Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K £14.90 prime / £18.98 non prime @ Amazon
Found 19th MarFound 19th Mar
Decent speed branded 64Gb Micro SD card at a bargain price (for Prime users).
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I've also read on here in.the past that some U3 Rated MicroSD Card's fall well below U1's 30mbs write speed alone!. So such online review arguments may ironically actually be for this said U3 MicroSD Card still?. But I can't swear to such for sure though.


It's a U3 card so rated for at least 30MB/S so more likely the review was of a different card or was used in a slow device.


this is one of them


Is the Exceria full size SD 64GB the same in performance as this? Ah, I bought the full size SD version last time by mistake on an impulse. It's still sitting around sealed and unopened.


I did a search and nothing showed up, weird.

SanDisk Extreme 32 GB SDHC Memory Card up to 90 MB/s, Class 10 £12.29 prime / £16.28 non prime @ Amazon
Found 17th MarFound 17th Mar
High quality and fast SD card One of the best SDHC cards out there, particularly for photographers and film makers. Fast read and write speeds and a name worth trusting Best pric… Read more
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Back up to £16.99 now - expired.


Don't think I'd want to run the risk of shooting a wedding with a converter, might look into it though


A shame though, flagship DSLRs still use them - just means we get shafted


There are compact flash to SD converters which might be worth a check. No experience using them myself so cannot comment whether they're any good.


Sadly CF just isn’t commonplace anymore :(

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