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MSI GL62 I7 Gaming laptop £749.97 @ Tesco Direct / sold by Box
Found 19th JunFound 19th Jun
Seems like a nice deal for a decent spec gaming laptop
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There’s a decent jump between the 1050ti in this and the 1060 in that, not to mention the extra 1GB of VRAM which graphics intense games will utilise a little more. Either is a good option, of course the one you linked is better but it comes down to the games you play, what settings you want to play them at and what your budget is. From a desktop perspective a 1050ti can be picked up for around £140/£150, whereas a 1060 3GB around £200, £180 if you look hard enough. So the £130 more for the other laptop is a little pricier than the £60 difference for a desktop card.


Why is this cold? It’s decent


This one is worse, but not by much, the gfx card in the other is better.


is this better or worse value than


Would personally prefer a 1050ti 4GB since 2GB seems to struggle in some modern titles since. Should be fine for all the current popular esport games though.

4.35GHz Ryzen 7 2700X Bundle - 32GB 3000mhz, MSI X470 Gaming Plus £808.99 @ CCL Ebay
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Although they cost about the same on their own, you do get the slightly higher clock and 3 year warranty. Seems like a reputable seller, however I'm not buying their "was *insert r… Read more


Agreed, great company. I lived around a 10 minute drive from them and have never had a problem. Started using them around 2002/3


Not in my experience never had a problem in well over 10 years of using them.... Long before they even built the newish place ...


Sorry but this isn't a good deal and CCL are not a great company in my experience. If you ever have to return anything to them they throw your consumer rights out of the window and you have to fight them tooth and nail to get a refund. Motherboard is £120 (ebuyer), CPU is £280 (Aria). Memory varies but 32GB of 3000MHz is around £300-£335. That is quite a fee they are charging for "testing".


CCL have been going for over a decade they are based in Bradford 101% trustworthy...

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MSI PL62 7RC i5-7300HQ 8GB 1TB MX150 Full HD Laptop with Free Backpack, Mouse and Mouse Pad £499.98 Ebuyer
Found 13th JunFound 13th Jun
Seems like a good price for this laptop with some freebies

I wouldn't buy laptop and HDD 2nd hand but components would be possible. I use a desktop for video work and as a Plex server (and the odd game), an XPS13 for work, and a cheap £200 thin/light laptop as a throw around portable. Always better buy to suit specific needs rather than try to buy one thing that doesn't do anything particularly well.


That being the case your only option would be to buy second hand.


I edit videos all the time. Don't play games so much, but if I had ROTR, Witcher 3 etc, I'd be annoyed if my laptop that I'd just spenr £500 on chugged whilst playing it.


Incredibly specific usage case relevant to 0.01%of users, for which this cpu and graphics combo would be useless and doubtless they would be looking to spend a lot more


For the average person 16GB won't be necessary but do any complicated video work in Adobe etc with multiple large files and 16GB is the minimum. For example:

MSI GE73VR Gaming Laptop £1253.98 @ Very
Found 9th JunFound 9th Jun
I was snooping for 2-in-1 laptops and spotted this deal with a whopping £350 off. Haven't found cheaper for this spec but I'm sure you'll give it a go :p Blue Tooth: N Depth: … Read more
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nice laptop but looks like just an average price


How's this? Cheaper, similar specs with better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU just lose the 120Mhz screen or this Cheaper with more memory. (Screen specs not listed though) or this: More memory and better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU for ~£40 more or this: Configured with: better/newer i7-8750H Coffee Lake CPU, PCIe SSD and 144Mhz screen, and still ~£80 cheaper, even more so if you take Windows off the price.


How much do you want £200?


u can find the same specs for 1000 on amazon


Last time there was a deal for the same specs laptop of 7577 if I am not mistaken for almost a grand which is a couple of hundred quid cheaper. Pretty sure u can find on ebay a pretty similar laptop for a grand or less.

MSI GL72M 7REX 1225UK 17.3-Inch Gaming Laptop - (Black) - £799.97 @ Amazon
Found 7th JunFound 7th Jun
Very good value for money, saves £300 (Intel Core i7-7700HQ, 8 GB RAM, 256 GB SSD Plus 1 TB HDD, GeForce GTX 1050Ti, Windows 10 Home)
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Total War is an RTS I assume? Generally speaking, you should always opt for the better GPU if you're using a laptop for gaming, but an RTS is sometimes the exception as they rely on the CPU more. That said, I'd still go with the 1060. I can't imagine it'd have any problem running the game mentioned and it'll run pretty much anything else you need on decent settings


Any good ?


Please do, I'm considering it for gaming


Okay. I've gone for it! Will update with my assessment in a few days.


Great deal. Heat added. Sorely tempted - am after something to do graphics and video editing. This would be pretty good.

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MSI GTX 1070 Ti GAMING 8G £449.89 Delivered @ OCUK
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
This card can overlock to stock 1080 with no problems and low temps. Is better choice then cheapest 1080.


me too :D but a new one and £286 and blower style..


Just got a refurbished one for £275 via ebay using 20% USA discount!! Cold


This reminds me i keep meaning to sell my msi 6gb 1060 xD bought a 1080ti and never got round to getting rid of it


Pointless at this price.

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £455.99 @ Novatech
Found 6th JunFound 6th Jun
Decent Price for a 1080.

I didn't had any problems with msi products before but yeah this card is not the best one out there, seems power hungry , I bought one from Very with this credit code for 409 and my impression is not as good, it is a huge ugly card ... It is ok if you don't look at it ;) I may return it , I have to check terms and conditions ... But for this prise ... Ah ...I wouldn't take it for 10 £ more ...


People really need to stop giving heat to trash 1080 GTX coolers like this. I'd also avoid MSI altogether as both GPU's (Gaming X's) I ordered from them became faulty after just a few weeks. My EVGA SC from 2016 on the other hand continues to be faultless.


The Palit one from OCUK is better value. The MSI cooler on this is pants, they have the same one on much of their range and it can barely cool an underclocked and undervolted RX 570 - bet this’ll run unnecessarily hot and not particularly quiet.

MSI Gaming Laptop / i7 / 8GB RAM / 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD / GTX 1060 3GB £879.97 @ Box [Free MSI Bundle]
Found 5th JunFound 5th Jun
Pretty sure this is the lowest we've seen this so far, It was £899.97 without the extras, just a couple of days ago via another retailer (gone back up now) Nice looking set up for … Read more
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Lovely keyboard


Yes they may be expired but they are recent. And all around the price. So its not surprising to see one available again around the price



Where? Everywhere


Yeh, where???

MSI GP62MVR 7RFX-880 Leopard Pro 15.6-Inch Full HD Gaming Laptop (Black) - (Core i7-7700HQ, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD, 1TB HDD, GTX 1060 Graphics, Windows 10 Home) - £899.97 @ Amazon
30/06/2018Expires on 30/06/2018Found 2nd JunFound 2nd Jun
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 - desktop level performance for the demanding games The Intel Core i7 7th Gen Processor and 8 GB DDR IV memory; balanced for an all round gamin… Read more

fun fact, i didn't say it couldn't run vr games :/ . read my other reply.


Fun fact I use a 1060 3GB for VR with no problem. Only things I have struggled with are non VR games GTA V and Tombraider where I could not run in ultra settings as took too much memory everything else has been fine and I run most games in Ultra. By VR I have a Rift and WMR headset.


Hehe meme.


Many people apply building terms to Operating System installations/PC building. Flatten essentially means start from fresh.



MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card - £284.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 30th MayFound 30th May
MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card Radeon RX 580 ARMOR OC 1366MHz Boost 8GB GDDR5 Armor 2X Thermal Design Good card for this price !!!

yipe.... this is most probably what I have seen on ebay....


Prices are still way to high but glad I got my Vega 56 for £400 about a year ago, got lucky? Still a bucket load of cash for a card that should be A LOT less. There are a few NEW cards on ebay people are getting rid of, from Amazon, Pre-Order Price Guarantee?. I typed in "AMD Radeon RX580 8GB". Happy bargain hunting.....


Yes better deal.

Nate1492 3% difference between an AIB and stock 1060 6gb. The AIB for the NVIDIA 1060 6gb is identical. 3% difference between the AIB and the stock 1060gb. They are virtually exactly the same in performance out of the box. But wait, there's more. The AIB 1060 could OC up 15.1% The AIB 580 could only handle 4.4% Not that you will definitely OC your card, but the 1060 has way more headroom. (Also, the Armor edition isn't quite as good as the Gaming X). So surely the 1060 6GB armor edition wouldn't OC as well? NOPE! 16.5% Oh well ;-) The 1060 6gb for 50 quid less is far better value, unless you are a die hard Red fan, save yourself some money.


£268 inc delivery

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB- £239.99 @ scan
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Great for the price
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HotUKRRP! Almost can't believe I've had this card for 2 years now, feels like only yesterday I was paying £240 for it.


This, like other such posts, was an opportunity three months ago when there where no cards on the market. Since then availability and prices have returned back to normal so I would not consider this an exciting opportunity. Later on this year you should expect cheaper prices as new generation is coming out and possibly a flood of second hand cards.


on medium settings at 1080 30fps


I bought this exact same card for £200 not to long ago. Good to see they're coming back down. Works well for HTV Vive VR. Plays 95% of the games.


If anyone's interested, this card will let you run UHD Netflix in Windows. See here for the full requirements. You could also do the same with a 4GB 1050ti card, which is around £160 on scan

MSI GTX 1070 Ti ARMOR 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card, £398.98 @ ebuyer
Found 28th MayFound 28th May
Model Name GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti ARMOR 8G Graphics Processing Unit NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 Ti Interface PCI Express x16 3.0 Core Name GP104-300 Cores 2432 Units Core Clo… Read more

Yes that’s the one! I was on mobile and couldn’t be bothered to open multiple tabs to find it (embarrassed)


for a ~£10 premium its definitely worth getting the 1080 when the gap is closer to £70-£100 i think it's a harder sell as a good OC on a 1070ti closely matches a 1080 (but then you can always 'potentially' OC a 1080 so...)



Isn't the gap even smaller? There was a 1080 for just £409.99 this week I think.


1070ti is basically a 1080 without a factory overclock, save yourself some money and install MSI afterburner and over clock yourself.

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 Ti GAMING X 4G PCI-Express Graphics Card - £149.99 C&C @ Very
Found 26th MayFound 26th May
Best price I could find for the msi 1050 ti 4g gpu which isn't bad considering it's from very.
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You're welcome!


Thanks Arthur Scargill.


If that's true then let the people know... provide a link to where they can get a brand new gtx 1060 for £180


Nope, something like this is


No idea why any one would get this when a gtx 1060 can be had for around an extra £30.

MSI GL62MVR GTX 1060 i5 7300HQ Gaming Laptop £899.99 via Curry’s
Found 24th MayFound 24th May
Brilliant Gaming laptop with i5 7300HQ, 8GB Ram and a GTX 1060 with a 256GBs SSD
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This is a quad core cpu, it’s decent!! You should ignore intels marketing Department, the i3, i5, i7, i9 nonsense, ignore the generation 5,6,7,8 nonsense, ignore the model number nonsense. All that really matters is multi core performance. Yes the 8th gen equivalent is a little better but not 50%, more like 8%. If you were comparing the U model CPU then that would be 40% faster, but this cpu isn’t the 7200U which is what you’re likely thinking of.


It’s literally aimed at gamers...


Thanks for that nearly wasted my money in the 3GB version


You're complaining that 'you gamers' dismiss laptops based on sucky GPUs. I'm saying, well if it's advertised as a gaming laptop, of course we do.


I have no idea what message you are trying to get across - are you for this deal or against? It seems both from what you wrote. I am not advising people to do anything.

MSI GTX 1080 ARMOR OC 8GB GDDR5X Graphics Card £469.98 Ebuyer
Found 23rd MayFound 23rd May
Great for gaming Great for mining Great if you're realistic and aren't expecting miracles and massive price drops with the forthcoming new release cards.

the gigabyte and the palit jetstream are both worth the extra money imo, good choice


Agreed. I personally paid the slight premium for the Gigabyte


according to most reviews this is the worst aftermarket cooler out there, gets loud and hot compared to other coolers. If you are spending all this money, spend a bit more and get a different card

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.

Used B Condition MSI GE62VR 15.6" Intel® Core™ i7 GTX 1060 Gaming Laptop - 1 TB HDD & 128 GB SSD £817.50 @ CeX
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
B condition Gaming laptop with 2 years warranty from cex Specs i7-7700HQ GTX 1060 3GB 16 GB DDR4 RAM 1TB HDD + 128 GB SSD

My lad would like a new laptop he likes to play games do you always have to buy one of these expensive gaming laptops to play games or would Dell have something in the outlet that would be equipped enough to play games,here's the spec of his old laptop I have no idea about laptops,somebody suggested an Asus for £600 which was reduced from £800,I don't want to spend that sort of money


pixi4 costs £20, CEX buy it for £30. I was accruing the credit to buy something else. A rather poor exchange rate (I usually only bother when it's >2x), but I was on a deadline & all the better trade-ins are OOS atm (O2 'Like new' Doro 5516, pixi4 & trend 2 lite)


I don't get why you did that in first place ?


Not related to this deal, but I feel the need to vent about CEX's testing procedure. Today I bought a brand new, sealed in retail box pixi4 4 from a highstreet O2 store. I then bought the unlock code from eBay. Opened up the phone, put in a sim, switched it on, unlocked, switched off, boxed it back up and sold it to CEX. When agreeing price it was initially graded A (As you'd expect, it being brand new an' all) Phone call a few hours later, "tiny scratch on casing" grade B.... Yup, CEX graded a brand new, never used phone in retail packaging as B grade. So, is it: - CEX purposefully defrauding their customers - CEX staff damaging products during the testing process. - CEX grading imperceptible cosmetic manufacturing defects as faults. This deception has left a bad taste, so unless it's a straight up profiteering glitch, I won't be trading with them again, nor will I be recommending them to others.


Surprised this is being hated as much as it is. It's not an awful price really; decent i7, 16GB, HDD and SSD. Just being hated because it's preowned, though the fact it's condition B means it's not incredible, but still decent.

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