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Phanteks Enthoo Evolv Shift. Mini-ITX Tempered Glass PC Case - Anthracite Grey £84.95 Amazon Prime Exclusive
Found 15th JunFound 15th Jun
For anyone wanting to build a new PC that a little different. Small footprint mini-itx computer case featuring tempered glass on both sides of case. Phanteks website for more d… Read more

Ahh, fair point. My bad. It was the only picture I could find showing the mesh panels.


This is the Enthoo Evolv ITX and the case you were talking about is the Shift ITX so the award might not have been for that case


It is quite literally the same case but the smaller variant. Enthoo evolv ITX and mini-ITX. Phanteks will be releasing mesh panels for it.


That isn't the case that got the award....? But yeah this case could do with some mesh paneling


W (shock) ho would buy a board from the English Electrify Board ?

X99 SOC CHAMPION INTEL X99 (SOCKET 2011) DDR4 EATX MOTHERBOARD - £100 at  Overclockers
Found 8th JunFound 8th Jun
Listed as B-Grade on OcUK. Given that the stock is around 5, it may well be new. Very good price for this board. SPECIFICATION:CPU- Support for Intel® Core" i7 processors in th… Read more

Woo, this should go nicely with my 5820K. If you're interested check Hardware Unboxed video of this CPU and you might be surprised how close it is to the 8700K.


Really old? It's last generation! It still takes current technology.


Yes but it still holds up well, shows how little progress Intel have made over the past few years


This is a really old board


Hmm, I have a new unused one I was going to let go around that price. Maybe it's worth more?

Toshiba Exceria M302 64GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s with extra 20% off listed price @ Amazon - £11.98 Prime / £15.93 non-Prime
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Amazon have a 20% off some of the Tosh Micro SD cards. This one works out at less than £12 with the 20% code which is automatically applided at checkout. Enjoy - I just got one. B… Read more
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If a deal becomes expired it should be marked as expired; as was the case here. If at some point in the future it becomes available again it can be unexpired as long as somebody else hasn't reposted it.


See I don't understand the rules here. So can you please point me at the one that allows a new deal to supersede a previous deal where the item has gone out of stock then come back in stock again, like this. Why isn't my deal just unexpired and the other guys not allowed?


Already been reposted I'm afraid


Deal back on. Unexpired


It went out of stock, they must have got a shipment in today

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Seagate BarraCuda 2 TB 2.5 Inch Internal Hard Drive (7 mm Form Factor, 128 MB Cache SATA 6 GB/s Up to 140 MB/s) - £62.61 @ Amazon *Dropped another pound from yesterday and no longer prime exclusive*
Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
Seagate BarraCuda 25 2.5" 2TB 5400RPM SATA 6Gb/s HDD have been searching for another internal drive for my laptop and dound this. Under 'other sellers' there are new drives for sa… Read more

Not sure, however I do know that Seagate make it VERY difficult to return a drive to them for refund; if you cannot return via the people you bought it from, you are screwed. Why?? Because they specify a HDD packaging box that can only be bought in packs of 200; and that I have never seen sold "Retail" individually. The 200 pack costs far more than most consumer HDDs, and returning a faulty drive in anything else - even the HDD box it came in; and you dont get a refund OR replacement. For this reason, I dont buy Seagate; in fact the only Seagate drives I have laid hands on in the last 10 years are ones that family and friends got inside pre-built systems, all of which died.


I was told by Seagate that warranty is from date of manufacture and not date of purchase.... i.e. I paid through the nose for an Enterprise and got less than 5 years warranty. Is this the same with other manufacturers?


Seagate HDD drives are the most unreliable on the market - hence so many recertified offers popping up on here. Western Digital failure rates are about 25% of Seagates, and Hitachi failure rates are about 1% of Seagates. (Toshiba rates are somewhere inbetween WD and Hitachi). Which brand do you really want to trust your data to??


SEAGATE Backup Plus Portable Hard Drive - 2 TB, Black - £66.99 Would be this be a better buy? I've seen videos on YouTube that show easy disassembly. Then the old drive could be used as smaller external drive. Does anyone have one and are the 2018 ones easy open and more importantly are the drives Sata? or have they changed them since the YouTube vids seem old. P:)


Depends on the game too i guess

Toshiba Exceria 32GB Micro SD Memory Card 90 MB/s 4K - £8.90 Prime / £12.85 non-Prime - Sold by ONLY BRANDED / Fulfilled by Amazon
Found 31st MayFound 31st May
Base are selling it for 8.95, so for those with Prime who prefer one day free delivery and savings of whopping 5p. Grab it! I keep one in dashcam and it hasn't failed yet. This o… Read more

£8.52 with an extra 20% off at checkout now, looks like?


It shows £9.65 to me.


No chance of fake. Because the seller name is "ONLY BRANDED" (lol)


Hopefully they don't ban us for returning it (lol) (lol)


For 8p more, I'd go for the one AMazon themselves are selling, then it rules out any possibility of being a fake

Gigabyte AORUS AMD Ryzen AM4 AX370 GAMING K5 ATX Motherboard - £143.99 (£149.47 Delivered) @ Scan
Found 29th MayFound 29th May
~~EDIT~~ Please stop voting this one hot everyone! The exact same mobo is significantly cheapear over at eBuyer: AX… Read more

yeah the k5 has always been around the 120-130 at ebuyer


Oh. I just realised this is the K5 variant, thought it was K7. This board is significantly cheaper over at eBuyer (£121.98): VOTED COLD!


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SanDisk SSD PLUS 240 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, Up to 530 MB/s - £51.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Great price. use £40 top up and potentially get it for £41.99 Brand name SanDisk Item Weight31.8 g Product Dimensions 9.9 x 0.6 x 6.9 cm Item model number SDSSDA-240G-G26Series SD… Read more
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I'm pretty sure you just top up £40 with the barcode Amazon creates at any paypoint , then the £10 automatically gets added to your account. Maybe this particular item is excluded ? I've not read the T&Cs on it tbh , but it's worked fine for me on a previous order.


Please enlighten as i’ve read this in the terms; “Top Up orders placed online at are excluded from this Offer.”


Here: 40 top


£40 top ???

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 X 8-Core CPU with Wraith Prism Cooler - £274.99 @ Amazon
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Lowest price I've seen it so far.
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Why are you comparing the 3U cooler to a 2U cooler? Check out how much smaller the NH-L9x65 is. The wraith prism is actually pretty tall for a box cooler. NH-L9I CPU COOLER LOW PROFILE - 92MM is the cooler that matches up against the Wraith at height and 'price'. Anyway, I don't think there is anything to add. If you think it looks pretty and have cornered yourself into buying a 30 quid mediocre 'aftermarket' cooler for some shoddily designed case, whatever floats your boat.


We we never talking about using it with a 2700x, it was the opposite. We were discussing other people paying £30 for one. When questioned why anybody would do this (and they clearly have) it is because anything equivalent (NH-L9x65) costs more, performs similar and doesn't look as nice. There are plenty of small cases where a tower cooler or AIO are not suitable.


Have a look here for some low profile, value, and quality, options. The wraith prism is in the 3U category, FYI. But anyway, if you've constructed a situation where you need a 3U or less cooler that has pretty lights, ok? If someone has A) Bad airflow and B) No space in their case for their 2700x CPU, I would *severely question* what they are doing putting such a nice and expensive CPU in such a bad case. Low profile cases don't need to have 'bad airflow' for starters. It feels like you've concocted a viable situation just for arguments sake, rather than a typical situation.


But the only similar one you found was the NH-L9x65. It may well cool better but clearly doesn't look as good. If you need a box type cooler it is another option (if you can find one). An AIO would only work if you mount it directly above the CPU socket. This would likely make it taller and not as good as the box cooler. AIO are good but require good airflow round the case to keep the VRM's cool. If this is not an likely an option if you are looking at box type coolers. AIO, tower, low profile and box coolers are all there for a situation. Being able to get hold of this AMD one just adds to the options you have. Nothing more nothing less.


Oh just stop, this is just untruth and really unneeded. The cooler works fine, it's better, marginally, than the Intel stock cooler and RGBs. This is all fine, but the point of the conversation is that it isn't worth 30 quid, and when comparing to other coolers (Hyper evo 212 at 20 quid) it doesn't stand up. Also, 3.6 GHZ is quite low for an OC, the chips go to 3.9 all cores relatively easily and 4.0 if you get lucky in the silicon lottery, so talking about a 3.6ghz OC on the Wratih Spire is not very good.

Seagate Barracuda - 2 TB internal hard drive (3.5", 64 MB SATA cache from 6 GB/s up to 210 MB/s), silver £49.99 @Amazon
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
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They don't come as 4 or 5TB models.


I said earlier in post go for seagate firequda because they are top of the range ones and free 5 years warranty.


You need with 5 years warranty if you use for cctv. I was dull when bought with 2 years and had to replace after 2.5 years.


Thanks for the advice @RiverDragon8 & @wizk1 Does anybody know what hard drives comes as standard in the VM TIVO boxes?


WD Discontinued their green line for 3.5" hard drives. For surveillance, I agree with the recommendation for purple.

MSI Z370-A PRO Intel Socket LGA1151 8th Gen Coffee Lake Motherboard - £99.13 @ Amazon / Sold by CCL
Found 22nd MayFound 22nd May
Probably the best cheap Z370 on the market. Comparison of 3 budget Z370 boards by der8auer:



The Asrock is around £10 more and looks pretty much on par with this board. Is there any reason to get it over this one then? Or just personal preference?


Asrock Z370 PRO4 or Asrock Z370M PRO4 if you need cheap CofeeLake board.


Might I point you to the value option: Intel Lan, 99£. 105£ Those were just a handful of the budget boards, seems like a lot don't have 'realtek' maybe you just clicked a couple unlucky ones?


The majority of z370 boards appear to have realtek LAN. It's really only at the higher end you get Intel.

GIGABYTE GEFORCE GTX 1060 ITX EDITION 6gb £235.99 / £245.89 delivered @ ocuk
Found 20th MayFound 20th May
Again the 6gb gtx 1060 but from a different brand. Sorry just notice this one as well.
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Are these cards low profile


There are rumours but nothing confirmed. Remember people were saying this about the 8th generation chips for about a year. If you need a new card, buy one.


I'll be very pleasantly surprised if there's an 1160 released in two months. I'm in the market for a new GPU as mine has decided to visit the great scrapheap in the sky but I'm really not convinced we'll see the new 'mid range' series of Nvidia GPU's until Christmas. Sounds as though the 1180 (or whatever the top end might be labeled this time around) might be on the way with all of the recent rumours, though.


The 11 series is imminent. This is not some "If you keep on waiting, you'll never buy" situation. This is two year old tech that'll be replaced in the next two months.


I have a gtx 1060 (a full size dual slot one) and found it underwhelming for the money. Not that it's a bad card, it's just considering the difference in price between the xx60 models in previous gens and this one, well I was disappointed.

Gigabyte Nvidia GTX 1060 ITX GDDR5 6GB PCI-E £235.99 at Amazon
Found 19th MayFound 19th May
Cheapest 1060 6gb ive seen. 5 left tho Dual Fan version £265
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This is NOT 235.99 - please expire this


Are these Gpu’s low profile


My bad sorry I thought you were saying it.


It wasnt my review you numpty. Thats the first reviee on amazon for that card.


Your joking right? So your shooting a gpu down because the out of box driver cd (which isn't kept up to date) didn't work and the box was plain... Ignoring this guys comments I'd recommend anyone to buy the KFA2 series gpus. They are known as Galax in Europe and work perfectly fine.

GIGABYTE B360M Intel Socket 1151 Coffee Lake Motherboard @ Amazon - £58.98
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Good board to pair with a cheap 6 core i5-8400 CPU.
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gpu prices are lowering too already, thanks god:)!


I managed to get 16GB DDR4 for around £85 (I think) last year from Amazon, it was a deal from this site. Not used them yet ... waiting for a good deal on the new Ryzen APU. It's understandable that GPU prices are high due to mining. But price fixing ... (annoyed)


I still remember those days, when bought HyperX Fury 2666 16GB for 70 POUNDS:)!


RAM producers are being investigated at the moment for price fixing. Fingers crossed, the price will come down soon ... (excited)


I bought this the other week with a 8400 cpu. Runs great!

ASUS ROG STRIX Z370-F GAMING Motherboard £157.29 @ Amazon
Found 11th MayFound 11th May
ASUS ROG Strix Z370-F Gaming Intel Z370 ATX gaming motherboard with Aura Sync RGB LED lighting, DDR4 4000MHz support, dual M.2, SATA 6Gbps and USB 3.1 Gen 2 connectors. LGA1151 … Read more

I typed that exact sentence into google & nothing in relation came up, so what's the beef?


I have the B350 version of this and it's been decent so far, no issues. Heat :)


I've had the Z270-F version of this, was a nightmare board, ram incompatibility with compatible Hyper-x 2666 rams, sometimes posted, sometimes not, since the beginning, careful with this. I've chosen a slightly cheaper MSI Z370 KRAIT (black'n'white)board, and perfectly stable also 11 phase VRM, good for 5GHz+ stable overclocking.


Can you elaborate?


Beware! Absolutely rubbish VRM on this board... Just look up a VRM breakdown

1p minutes txts and mb at 1p mobile
Found 10th MayFound 10th May
not seen this posted before 1p for calls txts and mb on EE network EU roaming seems good prices for payg Top-up At least once every 120 days (4 months) Credit never expires

Can you spend any spare credit on google play? I know you can for EE which this network uses?


bought them week golfen number for £2 quids..anybody needs good number look for 074 86 86 86 8*


Yes, of course I know that. That's the whole point! If I want to check emails I either have Wifi (home/work/tube) or have to switch on the mobile data connection briefly. It's not for everyone, but the simplest option if you want to save data. As for your condescending tone that I have to learn and you don't... I worked with lots of scientists in my career. Almost all have been humble about their knowledge and were willing to admit when they were wrong. None would refer to their title/experience in a discussion. That's the basis for learning, my friend.


Oh you have to learn a lot...and not to teach IT specialist for 17 years. Look, when you switch off mobile data- it is off for all processes, background too. But I think you can’t understand that....


1p, 1p, 1p.... £10

Western Digital 4TB Intellipower SATA 6Gb/s 64 MB Cache 3.5-Inch NAS Desktop Hard Disk Drive - Red (WD40EFRX) - £103.12 @ Amazon
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
It can be bought cheaper with shipping from from either China or America but I would pay the extra and get it form Amazon rather than the market place. I paid a fair bit more back … Read more

It's not in my desktop either, it's in my archive system which is what it's designed for.


"Intellipower" No thanks. Don't want laptop speed Hard drives in my desktop.

SanDisk SSD PLUS 120 GB Sata III 2.5-inch Internal SSD, Up to 530 MB/s £35.96 @ Amazon
Found 8th MayFound 8th May
Good price Product Description Inject new life into your laptop or desktop PC with a durable solid state drive from SanDisk. You’ll experience quicker boot-up and shutdown, quick… Read more

In terms of speed and quality it is the same. The Sandisk "plus" is just their most basic drive and competes with other less well known brands. Their better quality SSD is the "Ultra" and "Pro", but these cost more and cannot compete with Crucial or Samsung.


£10 more than similar spec and quality from other brands.


Sandisk • Sequential read speeds of up to 530MB/s. Sequential write speeds of up to 310MB/s. Integral • Sequential Read up to 560MB/s , Write up to 540MB/s other than that they are much of a muchness


Fair enough! As it would seem by the cold votes.


Not much in it, but the sandisk certainly isnt worth £10+ more. (40% more!)

SanDisk Extreme 128GB MicroSDXC Memory Card + SD Adapter up to 100 MB £13.40 @
Found 2nd MayFound 2nd May
Not sure if it’s good deal or price error,£69.99 @ at the moment. Works out £13.40 a… Read more

i reckon its cos bobo is a french word... as well as a clown :p


You. Make. Me. SICK :p (lol) (y) well done :D


so, does it mean I am the lucky winner this week!!! Sorry for the one that could not make it. Did anyone else made it?? A big thank you to the OP Also, let me point out that my win is everybody win on HUKD, we need to be in to WIN edit: DONE



Ah well. Was worth a shot (:I nothing lost nothing gained.

Linksys WRT1900ACS Dual Band AC1900 Gigabit Smart Wi-Fi Router (1.6GHz Processor, 128 MB Flash, 512 DDR3 RAM, USB 3.0, eSATA, 4 x Ethernet, Open Source Ready) £99.99 @ Amazon
Found 1st MayFound 1st May
Very good router. Lowest price it has ever been new is £99 so a very decent price if you’re looking for a router with plenty of oomph without breaking the bank.

Excellent heat added!! if you guys dont want to wait for few days with amazin at 99.99, get it from ebuyer for same price.


This over MESH?


It doesn't. You need the 3200 version for that. I don't care at the moment.


so this doesn't have MU-MIMO but does that really matter?


Most likely interference. The BT hub isn’t as smart as it says it is, I had a similar issue solved by simply changing the channel in the hub menu manually. Type 192.168.l.254 into a browser and use login info on the back of the router. If you have an Iphone the Apple airport utitility app has a nifty simple trick of checking channels on nearby networks if you have the same channel as one of them it could be the issue. You want to choose a channel that you don’t see as often (or preferably at all) in the list to lessen any interference. There are lots of other ways of checking nearby channels. You may have already tried this step. Hope this helps. Edit: If this doesn’t work then I recommend a full factory reset and if no joy it is probably a hardware issue.

GTX 1080 Mini ITX - £499.98 delivered @ Ebuyer
Found 28th AprFound 28th Apr
Excellent GPU for an ITX build. Reasonable price.
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ah alas, as fine as all that is and fine though it is. There is a slew of 'wait' comments when it comes to GPU's.


I don't think that's what people have been saying. The markets have been broken for a while and cards have been prices sometimes double what the RRP is, and that's on cards that are now about three years old. There is something around the next corner, but usually when you go around a corner then it's a long way to the next corner, we passed the last corner over 3 years ago and a refresh is due. Mix that with the fact that mining is finally going down (for now) and there's obviously two shifts about to happen. Nvidia GPU refresh is slated for Q3 this year (12nm -vs- 16nm) and once those start rolling out then (assuming the keep production of the 16nm 1070/1080's and 14nm 1050's up) then prices should drop hard for the "older" tech. So unless you have money to burn (If you do, why are you here?) then don't buy today unless you must.


I have a few older cases here that will not take the larger cards at all, in a really cramped case you can stop airflow too by putting in cards that are too large for the design. Some mini ITX design's are made so you can slot in large cards but it's usually not the way it is. On top of that, if someone uses watercooling then the smaller card may be attractive (is there such a thing) for the overall design without having any impact on heat extraction. Hopefully all the fools who thought they were making money mining coins have now come to know it was not profitable and we can see all the prices drop.


So, the comments for a GPU are again "wait for..." the new model to come out, and/or, further price reductions... or a better aftermarket cooler... etc. Well with that in mind I will once again put off upgrading my GeForce 256 as we move ever closer to that magical... "This is it Boys (and Girls)!! This is the GPU we have been waiting for all this time!!" (whoa.. slow down there a moment Tonto... isn't there a new model coming out in a year of two after the soon to be released new model?)


Because they want / need it. No one is suggesting that you must buy this over something else. I get what your saying I just found the point moot. Literally down to preference, or they need it, is the reason for almost everything.

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