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HP OMEN 15-dc0029na 15.6 Inch Gaming Laptop - (Black) (Intel i7-8750, NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 Graphics 6GB) - £999.99 @ Amazon
Found 18th MayFound 18th May
OS: Windows 10 Home 64 Display: 39.6 cm (15.6") diagonal FHD 144 Hz IPS anti-glare micro-edge WLED-backlit (1920 x 1080) with G-Sync Processor: Intel Core i7-8750H (2.2 GHz base … Read more
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I know it is. That's why I said "an alternative".


Reviews seem to say that thermal throttling is reduced, but not eliminated.


Does the newer fx505 suffer less with thermal throttling, the fx504 is plagued with it I understand?


You can get an Asus with similar specs to this for £850: https://www.box.co.uk/FX504GM-EN150T-ASUS-FX504GM-EN150T_2344467.html?wgu=13045_116019_15581736819739_09e787ec8c&wgexpiry=1565949681&source=webgains&siteid=116019 Or £870 for the newer model: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07MWD86YZ


Thats the 1050i Model not the 1060

HP OMEN 15.6" FHD IPS 144Hz, 8GB, i5-8300H, 256 M.2+1TB, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Gaming Laptop £1149.97 at BOX
Found 16th MayFound 16th May
Decent specs for this laptop, on sale now at Box. KEY FEATURES Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core Processor 15.6 Full HD IPS 144Hz Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DD… Read more

This i5 has hyperthreading, it's basically a slight upgrade over the i7-7700HQ


I think you'd be better off with the 2060 and an i5. Most games aren't cpu bound.


How does the RTX 2060 compare to the new GTX 1660 Ti? As the Omen with the GTX 1660 Ti is only £50 more and has an i7 9th Gen


The cpu I wouldn't worry about; it's rarely crucial, but you make a good point about the 1070 prices floating around.


in the PLUS: screen (144 IPS) SSD (256GB M2) in the MINUS: RAM (8GB) CPU (i5, still.. 8th gen!) Other considerations: GPU/Price is not optimal. The pricerange is of a 1070 possibly with 16RAM and a good CPU. However this is a 20xx series, so "futureproof"..? Haven't checked heating&noise or overall reviews and known issues.. Also the i7+16RAM version is priced at 1300 Dilemmas..

Acer ED242QRA 23.6 Inch FHD Curved Monitor, Black (VA Panel, FreeSync, 144 Hz, 4 ms, DP, HDMI, DVI) - £109 @ Amazon
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
Price just dropped from £130. I thought it was worth posting. The only problem is that it's not in stock, it's back ordered. Specifications: Screen: 59.9 cm (23.6") Full HD (19… Read more

Just use V-sync to remove screen tear. Higher refresh means you notice it less, but I still notice tearing at 144Hz. But saying all that, I agree, 60Hz should be a thing of the past for monitors nowadays.


Problem with these high hz monitor's is once you use one you cant go back to 60hz and game, everything feels retarded and screen tear is noticeable , funny thing is i never had any problem with 60hz for years but now its ruined for me.


Correct - the refresh isn’t beneficial if the source cant match the capabilities of the panel. but response time will be if your playing fast paced games which again TN panels tend to be better at.


Would this matter for consoles as they primarily sit at 60fps max


That said I am not really noticing any downsides to my TN panel in either environment tbh - its sat alongside a IPS panel and thought I might use that for work stuff but prefer my new IIYAMA G-Master for everything. So yeah if gaming is a priority go refresh.

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CyberpowerPC Wyvern 1060 Gaming PC - Intel Core i5-9400F, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD £664.80 Sold by Cyberpower UK & FB Amazon.
Found 14th MayFound 14th May
CyberpowerPC Wyvern 1060 Gaming PC - Intel Core i5-9400F, Nvidia GTX 1060 6GB, 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, 400W 80+ PSU, Wifi, Windows 10, Lite 5 Other combinations are available as well b… Read more

https://hexus.net/tech/reviews/cpu/129734-intel-core-i5-9400/?page=11 I have nothing against the 1060 Nvida graphics as I bought one 1-2 years ago in my new build. Not sure which brand they have used but a reasonable one can be circa £200. Intel processor is selling for £154 on Amazon but hyperthreading is disabled for the 9400F. It was meant for pre built systems, Personally I might wait for the new Ryzen 2 3000 series chips due out soon. (July?) https://www.tomshardware.co.uk/amd-ryzen-3000-series-16-core-cpu-specs,news-60611.html Price is okay above but I would like to know ram speed here. My big concern would be buying an Intel machine on a 14nm process that must be at the end of it's lifecycle. The Hexus review suggests not much improvement over 8400 chip. Albeit a slight lead on games. I suspect the AMD chip can be overclocked and will gain more performance. Where that chip is locked. Those new Ryzen 5 start with 8 cores and 16 threads. Plus a % gain over the old generation. (Assuming that is right.) Right now I would prefer Ryzen 2600 chip over the i5-9400F. SSD parts seem to be falling in price. They really do speed up windows. Worth trying ukpartpicker to build new machines. Pends how tech savvy you are. I built my own machine with help from a friend. Not impossible.


The 1060. The 8mb ram. No ssd. 400 w psu. The chip is alright but there are so many better options out there and for about 1 hundred quid less.


So what is good for a desktop then? Considering this is the latest i5 and a 1060 6gb GPU


If it was a laptop it would be boiling hot but it's mediocre for a desktop.


Okay - what makes it rubbish? What other deals are out there then?

Refurb (6 Month Warranty) ASUS ROG STRIX Nvidia Geforce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Graphic Card PCI Express - £237.59 @ laptopoutletdirect / eBay
Found 13th MayFound 13th May
“These are Open boxed / Returned units that are professionally refurbished. Cosmetically they may bear marks / scratches / small dents, that would not hinder functionality. They … Read more

Or get a brand new vega 56 for much less and have more power...




colddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddddd refurbed graphicscard for this price when its brand new for coppers more??? mad man :\


If you've read this far down the page then you've read the info i posted on the deal. Mods on here edited the title so i'm assuming they are happy with how the deal is laid out.


Just once in the actual title is fine.

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Asus Strix GTX 1060 6GB Graphics Card £189.99 @ Currys eBay
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Good price for the top of the range Strix 1060 6gb. Sold brand new from Currys Ebay store. SPECS: 6 GB GDDR5 GPU Clock: 1708/1506 MHz DirectX 12 Power Supply needed: 400W+ HDMI … Read more

Yes but I've seen many on this site complain about that idea which is why I didn't mention that and just stuck with UK pricing.


1660ti has been £210ish on Amazon Germany.


You're not going to be doing any comfortable 4k gaming yet, not even on a 2080 unless you want to turn things down to run at 4k60 and it will only get worse with future games. Cards simply aren't powerful enough but history shows us that consoles usually trigger a proper bump in speeds and vram capacity from GPU's so 4k gaming while still running everything at highest settings will be a better possibility at that point


Global TV sales amount to around 220 million annually, depending on who you ask, and over 100 million of those will feature 4K resolution this year. An awfulyyyy big 4K market untapped by underpowered, overpriced mid-range graphic card manufacturers, (poo)


Great card. Have it myself. Overclocks easily

Asus GTX 1060 6GB Phoenix + Free Fortnite Content - £159.95 / £169.85  delivered @ Overclockers (Free C&C)
Found 12th MayFound 12th May
Price is shipped if your a forum member. ~£9 delivery if not so total price delivered there would be ~£168. Still a good price for a 6gb 1060. Specs: PH-GTX1060-6G, Core Clock: … Read more

Great card for 1080 gaming


https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Nvidia-GTX-780-vs-Nvidia-GTX-1060-6GB/2164vs3639 Doesn't seem to suggest that big an improvement. Unless you class under 20% big for a gpu that's 4 years newer


Yeah, this is just my experience and your mileage may vary. That said, I did not regret the upgrade what-so-ever as I found games ran at higher and more stable frame rates even with the settings increased. TBH what really impressed me was just how little the GTX1060 was compared to the 780, it uses only a single 6 pin connector and is about half the size!


That sounds very subjective and based on your feelings (which does count for something admittedly). Objective performance seems to say otherwise.


I went from an OC 780 to a 6gb GTX1060 and in real world terms, the 1060 obliterates the 780. It's a night and day difference, it's a vastly superior card.

ASUS TUF 17.3" Full HD Thin Bezel Gaming Laptop Intel i7-8750H, 8GB RAM, 128GB SSD + 1TB HDD, NVIDIA GTX1060 6GB for £855 delivered @ Amazon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Good reduction on this Asus gaming machine with a nice 17.3" display. Lowest ever price on Amazon :) ASUS TUF Gaming FX705 will change the way you look at gaming laptops. It … Read more
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Expired. Gone up over £900


Pretty much same laptop with a smaller but better screen and double the ssd drive size


How does this compare to: "ASUS FX504GM-EN150T 15.6 Inch 120 Hz Full HD Wide-View Gaming Laptop - (Metal) (Intel Core i7-8750H, 8 GB RAM, 1 TB HDD + 256 GB SSD, Nvidia GTX1060 6 GB Graphics, Windows 10)" about £50 more £900 on Amazon.co.uk Thanks


Nice laptop, I got this last year for about £50 more


Beware of this range of laptops though - this model and others have thermal/cooling issues which resulting in Asus applying a BIOS fix that was basically a hard TDP limit. It affected the lower-end models in the same chassis so might affect this one?

ASUS ROG 15.6" 144Hz 3ms Gaming Laptop (Intel i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD PCI-e, NVIDIA GTX 1070 8 GB GDDR5 - £885.48 @ technoworld
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Had seen "idontflycathay" deal and found this one; Quick Overview ASUS ROG Strix GL504GS-ES082T Intel Core i7-8750H (2.2GHz, 9M Cache) 16GB RAM 512GB SSD Intel UHD Graphic… Read more
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Ignore them they are full of it...same with the new 1080 Zephyrus. Seems they all use some bs central stock control system.


Ah right, quality website then (lol)


Hit add to cart - then it says Sorry out of Stock.


Says in stock for me


There are a few other sellers at <£1000: https://www.centralcomputers.co.uk/product/16478_156_3230707/ROG_Strix_SCAR_II_GL504GS_ES082T_39_6_cm_15_6_Gaming_Notebook_1920_x_1080_Core_i7_i7_8750H_16_GB_RAM_512_GB_SSD_Windows_10_In_plane_Switching_IPS_Technology_Bluetooth https://www.egenisys.co.uk/asus-rog-strix-gl504gs-es082t-hero-ii-black-notebook-39-6-cm-15-6-1920-x-1080-pixels-2-20-ghz-8th-gen-intelr-coretm-i7-i7-8750h.html&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIo_XD3Z6J4gIVDeaaCh1iYwUyEAkYAiABEgJxIPD_BwE https://transparent-uk.com/asus-rog-strix-gl504gs-es082t-hero-ii-black-notebook-39-6-cm-15-6-1920-x-1080-pixels-2-20-ghz-8th-gen-intelr-coretm-i7-i7-8750h-gl504gs-es082t.html?mkwid=s_dc|pcrid|44074791843|pkw||pmt|&mh_keyword=&bnine=true&gclid=EAIaIQobChMIo_XD3Z6J4gIVDeaaCh1iYwUyEAkYBCABEgKwEvD_BwE Anyone bought from any of these?

ASUS ROG 15.6" 144Hz 3ms Gaming Laptop (Intel i7-8750H, 16GB RAM, 512GB SSD PCI-e, NVIDIA GTX 1070 8 GB GDDR5 - £1,052.30 delivered @ Amazon
Found 7th MayFound 7th May
Decent gaming laptop. Good reduction at Amazon :) Comes with 2-year manufacturer warranty The ROG Strix GL504 Scar II and Hero II gaming laptops help with a narrow-bezel des… Read more
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Sorry to hear that. Original deal was direct with Amazon. A third party posted a price. Amazon price matched. Dropped a couple of times will stopped around £1028. Then went OOS across Amazon and third party and prices reverted to the £1400+


Looks like it was a misprice and we got a bargain (y)


Placed the order on Tuesday afternoon (when the website said it had 5 or 6 in stock). Received an email from the Amazon seller (Comcen Computer Supplies) this morning, implying that they made a mistake in the product id and have cancelled my order. Money is currently blocked. Waiting for bank to release it. :(


It's a good price, they may continue to drop but not massively. You're paying for the 1070 graphics card - so if not gaming other alternatives out there. Have a look across the web for a laptop with a 1070 card in and you'll see price wise it's good. You have the newer 16XX and 20XX laptops out, but price is still high and performance wise, you have to weigh up the cost for the increase (in some cases very minor / flat).


Is this a great price for this laptop? I just bought and had no idea if it was worth it or not (confused)

OMEN by HP 15-dc1005na Gaming Laptop - NVIDIA® GeForce® RTX 2060 - £1,214.10 @ HP Shop
Found 30th AprFound 30th Apr
Just found this with a 10% off code, seems a very good deal for a 2060 laptop with i7 processor. apologies if its not!

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Haha , i also want to take one, but 17" with rtx 2070 :-)) £2000


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HP OMEN 15" NVIDIA RTX 2060, 8GB, 15.6" FHD 144Hz, i5-8300H, 256 M.2+1TB Gaming Laptop £1199.97 at BOX
Found 25th AprFound 25th Apr
Now in stock. Key Features Intel Core i5-8300H Quad-Core Processor 15.6 Full HD 144Hz IPS Screen Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit 8GB DDR4 RAM 256GB M.2 NVMe SSD + 1TB HDD D… Read more

That's normal. Once games start using the new features of 20X0 you should see better performance from the new series across the board. That said, at this moment you might get better value out of a 1060 or 1070, as you can get them for less, especially 1060.


I own a desktop for my game playing but used to use my laptop now then to be a bit more sociable. Also easier to take places. My current laptop is pretty old now, with a 710m graphics chip and 768 res. I also use it to work from home so need at least a 1080p res. My I was going to buy a 1070 laptop the other week, until I learned of the new 1660 ti laptops coming. What I cant decide on is whether 15.6 is enough or go for 17.3 screen. Also, one thing to consider, the 2060's are underclocked to around 960mhz with a boost of around 1200mhz. Reports of older 1070 laptops outperforming the 2060's due to their higher clock speeds.


Great price for a 2060 laptop this soon after release. Heat


That's obviously up to you. This is a good deal. You can always wait for something better but you might get stuck doing that over and over. If you need a laptop, buy a laptop, this 20X0 series is brand new so you can't go wrong with them if you get a good deal. That said, the new generation of consoles, which will after all dictate what sort of requirements PC games will also have, could potentially have more powerful cards than this series, so it might be sensible to wait another year for the new series if you do not need the laptop right now.


they've not gutted the RTX 2060 too hard for laptop usage either: https://www.notebookcheck.net/NVIDIA-GeForce-RTX-2060-Laptop-Graphics-Card.384946.0.html It's *slightly* faster than a desktop 1070... not bad.

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8 GB Mini Graphics Card - Black £229.96 Amazon
Found 24th AprFound 24th Apr
A GTX 1070 for £230! With the low power draw of Pascal, even the "Mini" cards are excellent performers. 1 x Dual-link DVI, 3 x DisplayPort (version 1.4), 1 x HDMI Includes the… Read more


It's been this price for a month or so now... can't exactly class it as a deal (several posts at this price since March). Needs to drop another £30 or so to make it worthwhile picking up 3-year old tech instead of a 1660ti. 2GB RAM may potentially be useful in the long run, but it's far more likely that the performance of these cards will drop off in comparison to new games prior to the 2GB making a difference. And considering some of the dirt cheap deals popping up for AMD cards (even more expected with Navi on the horizon) - I wouldn't rule those out!


An RX 580 probably makes more sense for that machine. Save yourself £50 and you'll still do 1080p 60fps either way. This is a good price for this card though, roughly equivalent to a 1660ti (maybe a few % slower on average) but with 2GB more RAM so may be more future proof if you plan to keep it for a long time.


Finally coming down in price... I've had a 1070 since Dec 2016, and think it cost about £350 then, but its amazing how 3yr old tech has held its price! Still a great card mind and for 1440p gaming is outstanding. The 1660Ti is slightly better now (as is the 2060) so if you can find one of those for a cheaper price get one of those. Otherwise this will still serve you well, so heated!


I've got a bashed up old machine (i5 3450, 16GB DDR3, GTX 550TI) and I've been tempted to upgrade my GPU for ages. Don't know if this card is too overpowered for my system. Could anyone give me some advice? I've been considering a GTX 960; which wouldn't be too bottlenecked in my somewhat antiquated system but any suggestions would be welcome.

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 6GB Twin Fan Turing Graphics Card £302.77 @ Box
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Key Features NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Chipset 6GB GDDR6 Memory Type Clock Speed 1680MHz 3x DisplayPort | 1x HDMI ZT-T20600F-10M



Yeah nice one. Do it yourself and have a look.


Search gtx 1070 on this site mate, they're all there


The £300+ RTX 2060 is a competent card, ready for 4K @30fps gaming (lol)


It is actually a little better than GTX 1070 Ti, and around 15-20% better than GTX 1070. https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Zotac/GeForce_RTX_2060_AMP/32.html

Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Mini 8GB Graphics Card £229.96 at Scan (+Win a GeForce GTX1070 Mini Gaming Graphics Card promo)
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Win a GeForce GTX1070 Mini Gaming Graphics Card, info here

What does "mini" mean? Is that why this one is cheaper than the gigabyte one?


Used Scan & Ebuyer for over 10 years. Never had an issue with either...


Heat added. Just for the fact that the cards are now coming down to a sensible and affordable price


Being new the 1660Ti price is a bit to much on the high side so when it comes down it will have a knock on affect so there is a possibility that the GTX 1070 will also drop if you can wait.


Can't stand Scan yet we purchase all our business equipment through ebuyer and *touches wood* not had a problem with them so far. As i was saying i was going to buy this but ended up getting a damn power washer off here so it hit the funds more than expected so just ended up getting a RX580 instead as not a big gamer. Its just arrived now from Amazon in its retail box with no security seals on the end of the box and one side opened! Just checked the contents and seems ok.

Gigabyte NVIDIA Geforce GTX 1070 G1 8192 MB £287.99 Amazon
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
Long time user, first time poster on this beautiful spend-enabling site! Seems to be the Lowest Price on camelcamelcamel history for this. Also seems to be the cheapest full-sized … Read more

I don't that ram gap will show itself before these GPUs fall behind in general performance and the 2060 doesn't use enough power to care about only having one fan and even if a single fan card is clocking less it's still faster than a 1070 If you already have a Vega 56 just look up under volting and OCing. A tweaked 56 is faster than a 1070.


Agreed, it is definitely more expensive at this price than the 2060 and 1660ti, but could not look past the 6GB size on both of those. Also, the 2060 available at £299 is a single-fan variant so I'd be a bit wary of thermal throttling. I'm a not-so-proud owner of the Vega 56 currently... :| I was quite let-down by it.


This is more expensive still than a faster 1660ti and £12 more gets you a 2060, Vega56 pulse is also available at overclockers for £270 if you are willing to tweak.


Decent but considering the price of v56/1660 Ti these should really be 250 or below.

NVIDIA Jetson Nano Developer Kit (£101.50 Inc Delivery) @ NVidia
Found 10th AprFound 10th Apr
"NVIDIA Jetson Nano enables the development of millions of new small, low-cost, low-power AI systems. It opens new worlds of embedded IoT applications, including entry-level Networ… Read more

Did anyone that ordered from around the 14th get a refund over the weekend? Apparently it's to do with it not being ready to deliver yet, I assume they'll just recharge me when they do end up posting


Not entirely. Depends on the OS. Android is always improving in their emulation. Saturn being a prime example as systems unable to play it can now. Its about the coding. Even n64 plays differently depending on what you use. This will definitely play many things others can't. Many demos on YouTube already show that. Given time and users it'll be one of the best next to the shield tv... Which is rumoured to get a new version this year.


I know what you mean, that there is always an overhead, it's a matter of how much. For example is a particular instruction doesn't exist in hardware, then you have to software emulate it, and hence it takes a lot of time. In this case it should be much easier.. or less work .. For example We're not doing a x86 to Arm RISC core... We're doing a similar generation arm RISC core to similar gen arm RISC core.


Yes it would, you need to read about how emulation works. Emulation doesn't run the original machine code directly, you need the equivalent of several times the processing power of the original hardware to emulate the hardware in software; all of this needs to be done on a CPU.


Ordered looking forward to a bit of AI

ZOTAC GEFORCE RTX 2070 MINI 8GB GDDR6 GRAPHICS CARD + Nvidia Free Game Promotion £429.89 delivered @ Overclockers
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Includes free game of choice with the Nvidia Promotion: BATTLEFIELD V, ANTHEM or METRO EXODUS (y) Decent price for this time of the year + freebie GEFORCE RTX 2070 MINI 8192M… Read more

I gave up, 4 days of hunting for a top of the top 1080ti for 500. . The Zotac Amp extreme still going for 700ish... might aswell get a 2080, oh the FPS is too similar .. - 2080ti it is then (fierce) (fierce) (fierce) If I see a price drop within 28 days I'm returning asap...


cheaper at novatech for this card if not mistaken (was yesterday)


I think the whole nvidia top of the range is overpriced.


Yeah gone up 20 quid. Still not bad is it ? Just too big for my case and looking for a RTX 2080 or better for my next upgrade.


Already increased on the 1080 ;(

ASUS ROG Strix SCAR II GL504GW 15 (Intel i7-8750H, 16 GB RAM,256 GB PCI-e SSD + 1 TB SSHD, Nvidia RTX 2070 8 GB Graphics) £1,714.50 @ Amazon
Found 7th AprFound 7th Apr
Good price for the RTX2070 ! The price includes the £190 voucher applied !!! (Will show before you checkout. Specs are in the title :)
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It's Taiwense. Asus are well known for their high end gaming equipment, motherboards etc. Taiwan is the classic country of high end gaming, as well as aluminium PC cases etc, and metal manufucturing. Dell don't make laptops with graphics cards this powerful generally, unless you count their Alienware brand - which scream teen gamer even more. Apple don't make anything like this. And I'd never get a Mac. And unibody aluminium is stupid if you have components producing a fair amount of heat (which high end graphics like this does). Also prone to cracking apparently. An OS I'd never want to learn Terrible for gaming Not upgradeable really Not easily servicable The list goes on. I like some of Apple's stuff, but it's generally overpriced, not that high end in performance, and overly restrictive. And yes, made in China. So actually, this may well be made in Taiwan, while a Macbook may be made in China (or even India). Lol


Xiaomi stuff is designed better than a lot of Dell and HP stuff. They do copy apple a lot to be fair though.


Designed and made are very different matters sir 🙏😁


Apple, Dell, HP are designed in the west


All of which are made in china afaik.

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