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MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card - £429.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 17th AugFound 17th Aug
The price just keeps falling for this graphics card :)

not a great cooler on these Armor versions. Great price though


Previous gen cards have always been sold off cheaper to clear stock. The 1080 was released in May / June 2016 and if you check the search engine on this site, 980Ti's were clearanced for about £350 between June and October of that year


A 1080 hit £380 yesterday if you used the 15% code yesterday.


Then you'll go


All of the cards you listed 1070 onward will give you max frames on high settings without breaking a sweat. I have a 970 and it plays most games on high settings well enough. The issue is, now is a good time to upgrade and the prices for a 1080 aren't that far away from a 1070 so may as well go the little bit extra. As soon as a 1080 his £400 ill bite, possibly around Christmas.

MSI Stealth Thin GS65 i7-8750H GTX 1070 144Hz at Currys for £1799.99
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
If you really want the best 8th gen gaming laptop this is a serious contender and curry's trade in deal makes it a lot more reasonable bringing it down nearly to par with 7th gen p… Read more
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I had the omen for a bit. The screen was amazing but battery life and thermals were terrible. Speakers were mediocre too. Ended up returning it in the end.


got any link pls? most of the omen I see don't come close to the screen quality or the low weight of this one.


link please. I am also after good laptop and thin as possible.


HP Omen is a similar spec to this and cheaper



MSI Codex 3 I5-7400 / 8GB RAM / 1050TI 4GB / 1TB HDD @Argos/Ebay - £470.99
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Model number:9s6-b91311-035 Clearance stock
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Even if I had a time machine, I still wouldn't buy, or should that be have bought, a Time machine.


Now Oos (skeptical)


What would this machine be like if you sold the 1050 card to CEX for £98 trade in and bought a 1060 for £180 from them and also added a small SSD?. Total cost approx £600.


I thought Time went under years ago (lol) ?


Even cheaper if you'd a time machine and a crystal ball...…….. :)

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MSI AMD Ryzen AM4 X370 GAMING PLUS - £69.98 @ Ebuyer
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Ideal price board to go witht he 1800x at its low price

Good price for an AM4. Wow £190 for 1800x and £70 for this !! Such a shame RAM prices are so high or there would be the bones of a “budget pice” top end PC.


Are the vrm heatsinks pretty good for overclocks Thanks OP :)


That's a real shame, I really like AriaPC too.. Heat for this price though - you could build a top end foundation for sub £300 today!


To upgrade the bios without buying an older cpu, you can either contact msi/whatever manufacturer and they might be able to do it for you, or amd will send you a temporary cpu to do it.


Congratulations. That is the point. The newer CPUs don't boot on older BIOSes, so you need an older generation CPU to install, boot, update the bios to the newer version, remove the heatsink/CPU install your NEW CPU/heatsink then you're good to go. So you EITHER need to buy/borrow an older gen CPU, or pay someone else to do that first step. Are you SURE you're not "Ken M"?

MSI GTX1080 Armor 8GB - £439.97 @ Ebuyer
Found 8th AugFound 8th Aug

Ohh, I'm sure he's serious. Some people are just delusional by nature.


I've returned my 1060 and got 780 for cheap instead. Will use it for a couple months until the prices of 10 series goes down by a bit more and will get myself a 1080ti. Sound plan.


I'm not even sure if he's serious. A brand new Golf Vs a 100k mile Audi...


That's a really unfair comparison, this is for a new card not a secound hand one that has most likely been running 24hours a day at max load for god knows how long.


Voted cold simply because it is possible to get a used 1080 Ti for ~£450 if you put in an offer to a miner on eBay, as I and others have done. Miners are panic selling, while I expect the aftermarket GTX 1170s to be about £550 new (and likely similar performance to a 1080Ti based on the transitions 7XX to 9XX to 10XX).

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB £454.99 @ Scan
Found 7th AugFound 7th Aug
May be a worthwhile deal for those who don't want to wait for the new cards

Inside source says 1180 only be 30% stronger than 1180 meaning its pointless to go for new gpu which will cost double when you can go 1080 ti as its about 25% over 1080


It's more that the pricing and seeming desperation to sell, does tally with those supposed leaked reports about Nvidia overstock issues and then wanting to sort it before dropping 11xx. It just feels like a time where buying a 1080 is fraught with risk. I'm in the market for one, but I've lasted this long now that I'll only be annoyed if the 11s are absolute dynamite or the 1080 price drops off a cliff.


When Bestbuy was around in the UK the prices were at Currys levels or higher so I doubt we would have seen those prices regardless.


Its just the Gaming version, they also have the Gamin X version for alot more The only difference is a slight clock boost and can push a bit further with its built in OC mode. There is also a Gaming X + but I don't think that is available anymore.


I know it's not an apples for apples comparison, but Best Buy in America were doing weekend specials, selling 1080s below $400 a couple of days ago. It may never manifest here (doesn't help we don't have Best Buy obviously) but it may at least be indicative of where the prices with the 1080s are going sooner rather than later with the major retailers.

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MSI   GT62VR NVIDIA GTX 1070 4K / 1070 Gaming Laptop - £1499
Found 6th AugFound 6th Aug
4K Gaming Laptop with GTX 1070, really good price to spec

A 1070 is capable of 4K just don't expect high fps also being in a laptop chassis will increase system temperature so performance will be significantly throttled.


Potato mode


4k gaming on 1070?


Original price was stupid and irrelevant being generous giving yourself a -12% on that deal

MSI Nightblade MI3 7RB-033UK 1050Ti Gaming PC £589.97 Ebuyer
Found 25th JulFound 25th Jul
Seems a pretty good deal for a decent specification PC. I'm not super computer savvy but I think the insides of this are fairly decent. I'm on a tighter than most budget for this … Read more

Sorry for the late reply. Glad my previous comment was useful. With regard to a £400 build I think your idea of starting with a 2200G and then upgrading to dedicated graphics down the line is great. I'd go with the 2400G for the four extra threads (if the budget allows - might not be worth spending the extra £50 ish). Mess around on PC Part Picker and see where how far your budget takes you - I highly recommend that website.


this is roughly the same price as the 2nd gen refurbs going on ebay, with a much newer config and 2 years of manufacturers from me


This is really useful, thanks! I'm building my brother his first gaming PC with a budget of £400. I was thinking of starting with a Ryzen APU (2200G) and then letting him upgrade later down the road, though a used GPU isn't out of the question. He really wants to play PUBG, though we'd likely have to scale down the resolution. I'm a little out of the loop with the latest PC hardware. Got any advice on good £400 builds?


i am in the market for a new desktop computer, not so much for games, but this is quite a good spec for the money. Thanks for the heads up!!


Not a bad deal though I feel you'd be able to build something better for the same price yourself, like this: which includes a better processor and a 240GB SSD instead of the 1TB HDD. It depends what you want from a PC. This is by no means a bad price though

EVGA SC15  Laptop , I7, GTX 1060 for £999.97 @ Box
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intel Core i7-7700HQ Quad Core Processor 15.6" Full HD IPS 120Hz Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 16GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD + 1000GB HDD Dedicated GeForce GTX 10… Read more
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Price has gone up by £50. Still a cracking deal. I'm so tempted but I've got a PS4 for gaming, I don't know if I can justify the spend.


Seriously thinking of getting this laptop. What's your review a week in?


Yup. I chose the 2 day delivery but it got delivered the next day. Nice suprise.


Not expired Guys,offer is still on,i got mine today said 5 day delivery but got mine within a day. It looks great. Very well packaged, Will review it.


Shouldn'y be expired.

MSI GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GDDR5 OC V1 Graphics Card with Free 120GB SSD at Ebuyer for £249.96
Found 22nd JulFound 22nd Jul
Includes a FREE Kingston A400 120GB SSD. (cheeky) Specs:
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I do understand, with the prices sky rocketing and all that. It is wise to wait, but prices have come down a lot, but they still need to come down a lot. I can remember when I bought 16GB DDR4 sticks for £90, and now the same sticks are worth £150.


Internet stalker!


cold - ssd is almost worthless they are frequently on sale for £20 or less nowadays and 1060 6gbs are popping up for £230-240 so it's regular price even if the ssd is useful at all for you.


Is that seriously your pic!? If so wow I love you.


Depends what you class as bog standard resolution. A 1060 6gb will max out games at 1080p...just not 1440.

MSI Stealth Thin GS65 15.6" i7 GTX 1070 256 GB Gaming Laptop - Black - [Currys Ebay Store] £1999.99
Found 20th JulFound 20th Jul
Great laptop for the money. Beautiful slim design. Found this reasonably priced 1070 variation. 16gb ram and 256gb SSD brings the price down £400-£500 from the max spec model. Th… Read more
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You can get an Alienware 15 i9-8950HK/GTX 1070 OC for £1,979.11 at the moment. The sacrifice is the better screen from this MSI. Personally at this price, I would prefer an i9 upgrade than the better screen. But others may not need the extra power, so not voted either way.


No I don’t even play fortnite, and for 700 you can get a GTX 1060 3gb that can run most games at high/ultra with good FPS for much less than this overpriced laptop. To say an i5 7300hq with GTX 1060 3gb is a potato shows how little you know!


Bargain, bought 5 to mine bitcoin with ;)


Ha that was my, not well explained, point. They are a nightmare for warranty repairs ;)


Didn't realise you need a well spoken british CSR to comfort you when you get a virus. I'd much rather pay less for a laptop at a lower price and have to go direct to manufacturer for warranty claims, :{

MSI GTX 1050 ti LP low profile 4GB (great for SFF Dell) - £154.98 delivered @ ebuyer
Found 19th JulFound 19th Jul
I have been looking for a Low Profile 1050 ti to go with the bargain Dell Optiplex I bought a few weeks ago I found the low profile versions tend to cost a premium over the standa… Read more
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It's more than likely a custom made PSU made to fit so it will probably be really difficult to find a replacement. The only other thing i can think of would be buying a cheap Micro-ATX or Mini-ITX case and a PSU and move everything over. That's probably an extra £50-£60 though.


Thanks for the reply guys... I'm not that great with small pc's I bought a acer aspire xc-780... And can't find the right size psu... Any advice? Cos I really want to buy this gpu


The rating is DC output not power from the wall, it could be 50% efficient and pulling 440W at the wall and *should* be ok. But you are right, it’s a bit close. Personally I’d do it and then if it’s getting hot or making a racket, then think about changing it (the PSU). The problem with these SFF low profile machines is usually proprietary PSUs so it might not be that simple.


Depends on what's your other set up really, but I bet it's not going to be enough. I recommend you to buy a second hand psw(make sure it fit in your case) with around 300w or go for gtx1030.


75W is the draw under load - if you have a Bronze/Silver rated PSU and not a lot of other power hungry items you *might* be ok I am putting it into a 240W bronze rated dell and have read this will be fine

MSI GL62MVR 7RFX-1269UK GTX 1060 Laptop £829 @
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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - 10th generation Pascal IPS USB Type-C x 1 Quad speakers
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Not lazy, its said i7 within the item description and i5 in another section.


Well paying that much for gaming laptop for next 2 years is barely worth it. My point is if ur willing pay that much for laptop . Its worth paying a bit more. For a full experience


i5-7300HQ mate don't be lazy and click on ze link (angel)


is this i5 or i7? i'm looking for a gaming laptop that maybe also good for video editing


If I play Fortnite on my 1080p monitor on Epic settings. it uses less than 3GB of video memory... Can you give examples of which games running on 1060 3GB? Also have you seen how much more for the 6GB version? Laptops with much weaker 1050ti were costing more recently. Now we get a better gpu and people complain. Yes lets all get 1080ti, 4K monitors and take a loan from the bank to pay for it. This is a very good price for a gaming laptop that will play the majority of games on at least high settings for the next 2 years minimum! 8)

MSI Nightblade MI3 7RA-054UK Desktop PC - (Black) £599.99 Amazon Prime
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Looks like a good price for a compact performant PC. Might be more expensive if you custom build in this form factor

Check out Dino PC ... I struggle to get the parts for what they charge to build a custom PC - normally ~£50 difference, which is well worth it for a factory overclock and a warranty


So what? There are places that will assemble it for you if you want. Its pointless to buy weaker pc, when you can get better one for that price


Agree, seen a lot of kids as young as 8 old build pcs fine no problem, anyone saying they can't do it is just incredibly lazy. If you don't have time, well it'll only take 2 hours max for a basic system so people should be able to squeeze that in.


There are a lot of tutorials online which thoroughly explain the building process. Most people who are currently incapable of building a pc could simply watch a few of these and follow the instructions.


Not everyone is "building", pointless comment :/

MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8GB GDDRX Graphics Card £479.98 inc Delivery @ Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
A bit more pricey than some 1080s we have seen but this is normally floating above £500
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Check out Mystic Meg.


i see it at £299 Black Friday Event


Hopefully for me it will only be 320, I plan on selling my GTX 970 for 150ish :o


i am a poor man i want to buy this with 300


gu2gan: not for this model imho, i reckon the MSI Gaming variations have one of the best cooling of them all.

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £244.98 Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
£50 cheaper than the deal for it the other week!! I know the cooler isn't as good as on other cards but does the job. Still a great price for an 8GB RX580 card! Features C… Read more
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After 1 year? I've had Amazon send me to the maker within a couple of weeks of purchase but I didn't mind even though I told them my contract was with them. The maker sent me the part I needed and let me replace it on the laptop myself without negating my warranty so I was happy enough. MSI have a European rma centre and Gigabyte used to have a UK address for rma so I'm surprised Gigabyte were useless. Sapphire I can understand. EVGA for Nvidia had a good rep as well. I've tried to stick to companies that don't make you deal with the far east


still costs too much, 2 years ago i got a rx 480 for £200. that's the limit of what i am willing to pay.


I’ve never been turned away by Amazon, and you have EU Consumer Law to cite if it turns nasty. Most of these GPU manufacturers are based in the Far East and make life really hard anyway so I can’t say one is better than another - Sapphire and Gigabyte were useless when I had fan failures and both times went back to retailer for refund.


Amazon won't give you warranty after 1 year or help to deal with maker. I don't know if powercolor is reliable now when it comes to warranty or how long they give?


Ok? I'm not sure I understand the relevance of this. It's cheaper, better than this MSI card and from a more reputable retailer.

MSI PL62 7RC Gaming Laptop + Bundle Pack - Includes Grey Backpack, Mouse mat, Mouse + Stickers with this product £499.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 15th JulFound 15th Jul
Intel Kabylake i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM + 1TB HDD 15.6" Full HD + WIFI NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB Windows 10 Home 1.5% cashback @ TCB.
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Check out Dell on curry's


MX150 is not gaming standard. This is not a gaming laptop, not at all.


I bought this laptop from AO for £550 and can confirm it is trash. Takes ages to startup and has a ton of bloatware that causes the laptop to hangup multiple times. I will re-image it at some point and think it will help but just bear in mind you will too if you want a decent user experience.


I have the medion laptop and have used a few of the MSI laptops including one with the mx150. As said above the mx150 is essentially a 1030m and plays eSports titles pretty well including rocket league etc. The only problem I have with MSI is there after market support as I wascaught up in the A10 and m290x debacle a few years ago so I have personally never bought another MSI laptop again. The medion has a 4gb gddr5 1050 and plays games very well despite the 7200u CPU, the ram is a single stick ddr4 2400 leaving another spot for an upgrade. The build quality is much better than the medion laptops of yore which I used to repair alot back in the days of Lidl,Aldi and Woolworths selling them. The only problem with the medion is you cannot use VR with it, not even windows Mr as it passes through the integrated graphics otherwise you could have use Oculus or a mixed reality headset. Any questions feel free to ask.


Never mind the spec it comes with STICKERS....

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £449.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Boost Clock / Base Clock 1797 MHz / 1657 MHz 8192 MB GDDR5X / 10010 MHz Memory Video Output Function DisplayPort x 3 HDMI x 1 Dual-link DVI-D x 1 Features Virtual Reality… Read more
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For about 30 pounds more you could get a gigabyte 3 fan 8gig 1080


probably the worse 1080 ever made BUT that price is probably the cheapest new 1080 you can get. It’s still a 1080 ay


Not this one. I suggest you check out reviews of this model


Cheers, am I right in thinking msi slightly better than palit or not?

MSI GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC GDDR5 Graphics Card with free 120GB SSD £158.99 Ebuyer
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Hey guys, Here's another fantastic bundle from Ebuyer. Ebuyer have been belting them out lately. THis is ideal for anyone wanting to get into PC gaming. I have seen cheaper 1050TI… Read more

Thank you, I have been watching the price of the 1050 Ti for a while but am moving house at the end of the month and thought I'd wait til I was settled. This offer was too good to pass up cos I need an SSD as well (well, need is a loose term, it's for WoW). :D


Yeah I have seen the prices there. The GTX 970, as originally mentioned, is £160 so pretty much the same price as this deal. TBH, anyone considering upgrading a graphics card should already have a decent PSU. It's like a prerequisite for even considering an upgrade. £160 for a GTX 970 at CEX with 2 year warranty or this deal. Should really be an obvious decision... You can even do VR and some 4k with the GTX 970.


How does this card compare to an old GTX770. That is what is in my PC although I'm really not a gamer these days so unlikely to really need an upgrade.


Have you actually seen gpu prices in cex lol! I'm not taking about electricity prices I'm talking about the price of the PSU. Let's say you have a crappy 350 watt PSU with not many connectors then you'd have to buy a new one just to power an older card. It's not really a good deal when you've got to buy a new PSU. There are versions of the 1050ti that don't even need a connection from the PSU as well! Only needing 75w from the motherboard. That's why I love this card.


Don't know why you're pushing this card so much... Just buy a card from CEX second hand, they come with a 2 year warranty, most probably better than this one's. Assuming any gaming PC has a decent PSU, the cost of the extra electricity is nothing - perhaps few units at a cost of pence every month (based off of an extra 100 watt energy). Not really worth considering.

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