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Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £749
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
The GeForce RTX™ 2080 is powered by the all-new NVIDIA Turing™ architecture to give you incredible new levels of gaming realism, speed, power efficiency, and immersion. This is gra… Read more

Thanks for clarification....


A year or two? Double that easy.


I presume RTX is proprietary and Nvidia won’t let AMD use it, just like hair works, in order to Gimp AMD.


been reading about nvidia releasing 7nm middle next year, amd begining of the year, so why are nvidia releasing rtx cards now :/


Personally, I think NVidia is keeping the RTX GPUs price high so the GTX 10XX series looks cheap in comparison, so they can shift these old stocks. For now, if you want high performance GPU for gaming, you only have NVidia. I have picked up a RX580 for a third of this price, less fps, but perfectly playable (60fps) on Forza 4 with ultra settings. If I really want more fps, I can easily get another for CrossFire and still save enough for a 3rd :).

Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site - £1099
Found 18th OctFound 18th Oct
Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Ti now available to purchase on the official UK Nvidia site. NVIDIA’s newest flagship graphics card is a revolution in gaming realism and performance. Its … Read more

Personal preference I guess. But you will have enjoyed “ultra” settings in games from 2-3 years ago which will be the equivalent of “very good” now. I’m arguing against improvement which I don’t want to do, but a good game from a few years ago with decent graphics is a good game now with relatively slightly lower graphics


I know right?? Oh well, guess I have to stick with 2


I think it makes a huge difference personally. If I had never seen ultra then yes but I have so everything else is ruined now. That's why console looks like poo to me.


I have a PC. I run on ultra, I just don’t think it’s that big a deal when playing games. Screenshots look great, the diff between very high and ultra isn’t usually that much. What I was saying is that if it wasn’t there you wouldn’t miss it.


Ultra gives you access to things like enhanced shadow textures, Water detail, increased field of view, increased draw distance, bloom lighting, hair works, Foliage realism etc etc. Whilst the graphics won't look "better" per se, the world will be more realistic overall. You'll be able to see further and clearer and you'll get a sheen on surfaces thanks to the enhanced lighting. It's things you would only miss if you games on Ultra and went to high. Honestly that's what it's like going from PC to console you take all these little things for granted and then you go play the same game on a console and it just all looks garbage.

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 ARMOR 8GB Graphics Card £459.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 17th OctFound 17th Oct
Probably be voted cold because of all the hate surrounding the RTX cards but I thought id post it even if it helps at least 1 person. It comes in at a similar price (if not cheaper… Read more
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DLSS at 4k makes plenty of sense






Ah, right, thanks for the detailed reply :-) Apologies for misinterpreting your comment, I was being wary because for a long time it seemed fashionable to bash Nvidia and perpetuate a myth that they deliberately gimped older cards at the driver level. I can't remember where the article is now, but there was a good analysis done on a reputable tech site that completely disproved it. They showed that over time, the performance of both Nvidia and AMDs older cards had been improved by later drivers. Take your point about there being no incentive to optimise newer games for older cards, that makes sense. However older cards can still get small optimisations from other improvements in the drivers. Obviously at some point this just doesn't happen any more, as support does eventually get dropped and clearly this is going to happen to the older cards first.


I didn't say Nvidia was directing gimping driver performance (existing performance), what I said was they just stop bothering optimising driver performance for old cards in NEW games. The simplest example is on latest driver a GTX780Ti will more than likely still beat a R9 290 in pretty much all games that were launch before the card became EOL; on new games that are released AFTER the 780Ti EOL though or games the 780ti get decimated by the 290 series cards- the newer the game, the worse the 780Ti will perform. It is not the case of Nvidia "putting poison" in the driver to cripple the performance of old cards, but more a case of "cutting off supplies" in providing what's needed to perform fully in new games to the level that they once did in the old games. https://www.techspot.com/review/1418-geforce-gtx-780-four-years-later/page9.html "Closing Thoughts It's hard to believe that the GeForce GTX 780 is four years old, although the card is certainly showing its age. In the 22 modern titles we tested, the 780 was just 23% faster than the 1050 Ti, despite the former GPU being four times larger, packing more than twice as many transistors and consuming well over twice as much power. Compared to the R9 390, the GTX 780 has slipped well behind. It's no secret that the Kepler architecture hasn't aged as well, which is either down to the architecture itself or Nvidia neglecting driver development -- or maybe a bit of both. Regardless, we've never seen an Nvidia architecture age as poorly as Kepler has. We don't expect the same to happen to Maxwell anytime soon, but of course we'll keep an eye on its performance."

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Xiaomi Air 13.3 inch i5-8250U NVIDIA GeForce MX150 2GB 8GB DDR4 256GB Fingerprint Recognition Laptop - £600.22 @ Banggood
Shipping from CNShipping from ChinaFound 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Seems like a decent spec. There's no reviews on the site, but according to notebookcheck, it seems fairly well rated... any thoughts? https://www.notebookcheck.net/Xiaomi-Mi-Noteb… Read more

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Online reviews for the series. In general everything is sound as a pound but for the battery life. At £600 its very expensive punt to take and I think you can easily find something comparable either around this price tag or slightly more and you'd get a great experience.


Where did you see information of the battery life? Weight & Battery life are most important things for me. Thx.


Quality machine, with backlit keyboard and very light at 1.3kg. Shame not touchscreen though.


And shame that the battery life doesn't live up to expectations.

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 TI - £389.99 & Free Delivery eBuyer
Found 16th OctFound 16th Oct
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Ti WINDFORCE 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card £389.99 & Free Delivery Another sub £400 1070 TI. There have been some cheaper ones over the last few weeks and … Read more
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As mentioned by @bouttime2, the 1070TI has a better cooler.


For 10 quid more you can get the gigabyte 1080 OC or for the original price of this you can get a 2070, I would personally pay the 10 quid unless this is somehow better.


From ebuyer: As per our terms and conditions and in line with the Sale of Goods Act 1979, as this item is over 6 months old you will only qualify for a proportionate refund of the original purchase price. Therefore we are unable to issue a replacement as initially requested. If you send it back in 20 months time you won't get a full refund if faulty, unlike amazon.


Got it from Laptops Direct sadly.


£100 too much

Lenovo IdeaPad 520 15.6" FHD Gaming Laptop - Intel i7-7500U, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD, NVIDIA  GT 940MX (2GB) DEDICATED GFX £629.99  Laptop outlet
Found 15th OctFound 15th Oct
It is a 7th gen i7 but still a really good price. 2% student discount also.
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Avoid buying from Lenovo direct at all costs. I purchased a laptop the mouse pad was dead on delivery. The build is super cheap and the only advise they give is to fo a full system restore back to manufacture. If I had purchased from currys or pc world I would have demanded a full refund not what you expect when purchasing a purported new item .also when using hdmi the external sound is full of drop out and time lags


ACER swift is actually really good. I might add bigger ssd. However Acer aspire with Ryzen 5 2500u is bit better in multicore benchmarks and graphic card is definitely "much" better than Intel on board graphics. https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/amd-ryzen-mobile-vs-intel-8th-gen-core


I just picked up the Swift 3 for myself, actually. https://www.argos.co.uk/product/8155012 I've only tested LoL on it but it runs that very well even on high settings. That Aspire looks good though for the price. What do you think my machine would be capable of running? I understand the Ryzen chips have much better intergrated gfx.


Have you looked at Acer Aspire 3? Check below and if you decide to buy make sure to add a M. 2 SSD (may cost extra £40-60) and it'll beat i7 7500u and 940mx. https://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/computing/laptops/laptops/acer-aspire-3-15-6-amd-ryzen-5-laptop-1-tb-hdd-black-10180944-pdt.html


Ryzen 5 2500u will beat i7 7500u cpu and 940mx while consuming less power (Ryzen cpu might be slightly slower in single thread works but definitely beat multicore)

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Inno3D GEFORCE RTX 2080 TWIN X2 OC 8192MB £709.99 + £10.50 delivery - £720.49  at Overclockers
Found 12th OctFound 12th Oct
Seems a nice bit of discount. SPECIFICATIONS Boost Clock: 1755MHz Memory: 8192MB 14000MHz GDDR6 Cuda Cores: 2944 SLI Ready VR Ready PhysX/CUDA Enabled NVIDIA … Read more

Surely get a 1080ti instead if u want that performance?


Ahhh I didn't know about the £10 delivery charge - jesus. Sorry folks! :)


Might as well wait till black Friday


£8 does not strike me as a "nice bit of discount" on something that costs over £700. Maybe it's the cheapest, but that does not automatically make a Hot deal IMO.

Gigabyte GTX 1080 TURBO OC 8GB @ ebuyer £399.96
Refreshed 12th OctRefreshed 12th Oct
free delivery in stock at time of posting. dunno how long it'll last :P I don't even know if it 's good model of the 1080 but I'm sure someone will be along in the comments in a f… Read more

By 2p, what a deal breaker :-D . Out of interest, what does that have to do with them being different models? You post basically says "Why not buy this cheaper - but slower - card?"...


Oh dear, has the price gone up?,


Err, because this is a 1080 and that's a 1070 Ti?


Price is now £ 429.96 inc. vat


Can I inherit it, Daddy?

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB D5X WindForce3 Graphics Card £459.98 / £465.46 delivered @ Scan
Found 10th OctFound 10th Oct
GIGABYTE D5X WINDFORCE 3 GTX 1080 The GIGABYTE D5X 1080 is a truly impressive GPU. Targeted towards gamers and Virtual Reality this card is capable of running the most testing of … Read more
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Intel have cut prices? R u sure, hun?


I just managed to bag an Asus ROG Strix GeForce STRIX-GTX1080-A8G-GAMING 8 GB from amazon for £350. Used Like New. is that a good version of the 1080? decent price?


Probably part of it, I'm sure plenty of people would be willing to save the money and as a trade off have the slightly noisier fan. I suspect a lot of it is due to the fact there have been a few deals close to the £400 mark, people won't be likely to vote hot on something that is still a distance north of that figure, that goes for me as well. As I said, wouldn't class this as terrible at all, just not hot.


Had a quick look through your previous comments. On Nvidia deals you always go on about the prices being too high, and on AMD (CPU and GPU) deals you talk about how great they are. Also noticed you own both AMD CPU and GPU. The obvious conclusion is that you are an AMD fan boy, so click on Nvidia deals just to talk crap about the prices. What a great life you lead :-) .


MSI's Armor card has had a number of reliability issues, hence the reason it's been discounted a few times in the past, and blower versions are great if you like the sound of an aircraft taking off in your room (or if you have a small case where the blower will help your case thermals). Actually, thinking about it people are probably voting this deal cold because of the £400 blower deal that's been posted.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti GAMING OC £585.46 @ Amazon
Found 9th OctFound 9th Oct
Decent price.
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Only 1 back in stock now if anyone wants. Mine arrived today, happy that there is no coil whine, well none right now anyways. I expect some discounts in these coming months on the 1080Ti's so that they run out of stock and Nvidia can start pushing 2080's on people. You can tell that the 2000 series is priced badly, i.e way too expensive, since most of the 2080's are in stock because the 1080Ti's represent better value as no games implement ray-tracing or DLSS right now, so what you are getting now is the same performance but for more money and less VRAM??!! And people upgrading with money to burn only want the best so the 2080Ti's are hard to come by, but for the 100% price increase with only 30% increase performance who are you kidding here, are you're telling me 1080p 60 FPS ray-tracing is a £400 premium. Not to mention the 2070, which is most likely going to be DOA if any 1080Ti's are still in stock, if the 2080's have 1080Ti performance, then the 2070's will most likely have the 1080 performance. 1080's can be had for ~£400 and the RRP for a 2070 is £569, so for AIB cards +£600, so £200 for features which are not implemented yet... And you cannot say it's future proof because the RTX 2080Ti's barely runs 1080p 60fps, the 2070 has around half the ray-tracing cores, are we going to end up with half the FPS or is it just going to be dodgy lighting instead. Just what were they thinking with that card... Anyways, feel like I had to rant, because people might get wrapped up that the 2000 series is new and shiny but right now it is an absolute rip off to customers. I guess that's what you get if there's no competition.


Well seeing as VR only 'just' works on low settings on my rx480, my next upgrade is going to need to be a lil beefy to properly run a pimax 5k+. How I'll do that without spending so damn much I'm not sure


It has good technology and performs similarly to a GTX 1080 at a similar cost. The power consumption difference is exaggerated by people who have never used it, it is versatile for other tasks related to compute/mining, can be undervolted easily and supports FreeSync.


I don't follow. You think Vega is a good buy because it should be better than it actually is? How's it under appreciated? If we're talking about the Vega 64 card it's outperformed by the often cheaper GTX 1080, and at a lower power consumption.


Says benchmarks on DLSS and if you've seen any videos on RTX it is undeniably pretty. Obviously time will tell if it takes off, but the idea is taking graphics in a new direction which can only be a good thing.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £389.99 @ Scan
Found 8th OctFound 8th Oct
Just been reduced again. Not as good as last weeks offer but still a reduction for a great card from a decent (in my opinion) company.

No, was eBuyer. I posted the deal. Was a pre-order expected in three weeks but stock actually came in earlier today and the price has now risen. Sorry.


2070 will be out soon, I may get that and sell my 1060.


Where's this 1080 deal from? EBay?


Very nice! For new this is a reasonable deal based on current prices. Seems to be regular drops on prices. Last week it did drop to 350ish so not as good as that one.


Thought I would leave it as base price as you can pick it up from store if local. Cheers for advise, will keep it in mind for future posts.

MSI GV62 7RF 1216UK Gaming Laptop, Intel Core i5, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GTX 1060, 1TB HDD + 128GB SSD, 15.6" Full HD - £799.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Seems like a pretty good deal for a Gtx 1060 6gb at the moment. Not too sure about the quality of the laptop itself however as I’ve heard that they are quite flimsy.
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Should have 1 stick of 8Gb and an empty slot as that's how my slightly different MSI came with.


Or is this ASUS better? Which would you choose between the 2? https://www.laptopsdirect.co.uk/asus-fx503vm-dm042t-core-i5-7300hq-8gb-1tb-128gb-ssd-geforce-gtx-1060-3gb-fx503vm-dm042t/version.asp


The desktop linked below would offer quite similar performance I would imagine. Although the desktop cpu would be better. An 7700hq or 8300h laptop cpu would be more comparable to the cpu in the desktop linked below. www.hotukdeals.com/deals/amd-ryzen-5-2600-240gb-ssd-8gb-ddr4-gtx-1060-6gb-dragon-gaming-pc-673-freshtecsolutions-3073959


Yes that's what you're doing when you compare a desktop and a laptop. Though they don't market them as "downclocked", because they aren't, they are thermally/power limited. They can run at the same clock speeds as the desktop part for very short bursts but slow down drastically after a few tens of microseconds. Useful for interactive response but no good for heavyweight data movement. As you say, the decision is rarely that simple and most people want laptops anyway, but I wanted to point out that despite the marketing numbers the laptops do not keep pace with desktops, even after several generations of development, so for some uses a used desktop can be a great buy. (Annoyingly I can't edit the quote section to focus on the bits I'm replying to using the latest Android client ..)


You're comparing old desktop CPUs to low power CPUs, downclocked on purpose to use less power and generate less heat because they often run on battery, of course the desktop CPUs will run faster. Even then, Intel are starting to focus on lower power usage on desktop CPUs as well now. A modern high end laptop CPU isn't much worse than a high end desktop CPU, the only difference is caused by the lower clock speeds for power usage. http://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Core-i7-8700-vs-Intel-Core-i7-8850H/3940vsm485626 The real answer to your question is, it depends. What does she really want? If portability is in any way important to her, get a laptop. Will she take it to school/uni? Will she enjoy using it while sat in the lounge watching TV? If she will be exclusively gaming and doesn't care about portability, get a desktop.

Gigabyte NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GAMING OC - £579.98 @ Scan
Found 2nd OctFound 2nd Oct
Looks like Scan is *trying* to price match Overclockers and Amazon. I know they aren't as cheap but Scan says they are going to be available tomorrow. So for those that can't wai… Read more
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Edit: My apologies.


This model is know for winning and other problematic fan system. And the deal is over.


Just a heads up, these cards are now in stock.


It can also depend on other factors too. For example your PSU can be a contributing factor to coil whine, which can be another reason why some people get it on a given card and others don't. My current card(old launch GTX 970) has coil whine during higher FPS counts too, but since I always wear headphones I can't say I notice it. If I was playing without headphones It'd probably bother me more since it is pretty damn noticeable. Yeah seems like Scan are still taking orders for this despite the fact that it's been over due since the 3rd. Glad I kept my pre-order from Amazon since I wasn't in a rush to get it anyway (still need the rest of my PC parts....).


Just a heads up: ordered this two days ago with the hope it would come today. Still nothing. Moaned to Scan and they just tell me they don't know when it's going to come in despite saying it would be with me today. Not ordering from them again. (lol)

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 SC £359.99 @ Scan +£4.79 for local collection
Found 1st OctFound 1st Oct
A few days ago Scan had a sale on a GTX 1070Ti from EVGA. Today the GTX 1070 is on sale. A decent price for a decent card. But sales of the 1070 / 1070 Ti are becoming more freque… Read more

Yeah, this is only the normal 1070, not really worth this price tbh.


I thought it was strange for a 1070 ti to be cold at this price, then I realised.


I'm not biting until £299 or less...


The 1070ti was on sale for £359 Saturday. Got one on the way and can't wait 💪🏼


Cold, the 1070 isn't worth more than £300 at this stage IMHO, anymore and you might as well move up to a ti...

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB £359.99 / £364.78 dpd pick up del @ Scan
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Good price for a 1070ti
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So how much does the 2070 start at ..... £460! :)


Nice one. Thanks. I've had a Cooler Master k280 case for years which has one intake fan and one exhaust fan and my temps have always been good. I've been lucky I think.


Was hoping to order before 5 for next day delivery as tomorrow off work. Earliest I can get is Saturday.....will have a think. Was hoping to fit it in my PC whilst the Mrs was at work 😬 Hmmmm, wonder if there will be good deals similar in the next few weeks or if this is one of those buy now or regret whilst watching prices for next few months


Yeah they turn off below 65°c. The Phanteks P400S TG has a closed style front so really bad for airflow. And the Tempered Glass gets pretty warm. I've ordered some speaker grilles and Im going to cut some more intakes in the front panel. Taking the front panel off makes a massive difference. Cheers.


Do the fans turn off when idle? I remember my MSI 1070 Gaming X which only turned on the fans if the GPU went above 60c. My fans hardly turned on though as temps we're mostly under 60c.

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB SC ACX 3.0 Black GAMING Graphics Card £389.99 @ Scan
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Best deal I have seen on a quality GTX 1070 Ti, bare in mind you will have to pay for shipping. Evga also offer a step up program that allows you to pay the difference and upgrade… Read more
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Unfortunately we're maxed out on budget at the moment, I have swapped the ram for 3200mhz & changed the mobo to an MSI 350B Gaming plus but PSU will have to stay the same, also I've had a lot of problems with Seagate drives so I avoid them. Thanks for the advice.


If there was one thing I would change in your current build it's the PSU tbh, besides the RAM (since for the same price you can get faster speeds). The G2 series is one of the most recommended PSU's on the market, with a gold rating. Also the HDD I added has better speeds than the Blue, which is a big deal when it comes to gaming in certain titles.


What do you guys think, should I go for this deal or wait a few days and see if there's gonna be a good price for 1080? I am in need of computer so I will have to start buying parts next week.


I'm pretty impressed with my 1070 Ti, while undervolted to 975mv I managed to OC the core to 2000Mhz and Memory by 400Mhz and if the benchmarks are to believed, it matches a 1080 in performance with this level of OC, even surpasses it slightly in some games, it's a damn good card for the money, hits about 67c under max load, fans only going to 1100rpm to keep the GPU at 67c.


Also are there any motherboards that are Ryzen compatible without a bios update? Had a nightmare in March building a PC.

ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop  A+ Grade - Intel i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GTX 1050 - Win 10 £439.99 @ SVP
Found 22nd SepFound 22nd Sep
I think it is good deal for the specs, not sure if it is graded A or B as they have a seperate listing for B grade i think Let me know your thoughts on this

It depends on the manufacturer. HP will honour it for example. No clue on Acer.


Judging by some of the discussions you have on here I'd say it's unlikely it's small change for you


Small change for me


That'll probably be like £3,000 (lol)


Is it just me or should "display model" always be read as customer returns that look good enough to describe as a display model. I mean if any of the thousands of display models being sold on the web as display models were real surely they would still have some manufacturers warranty?

ACER Nitro 5 15.6in Gaming Laptop - Intel i5-7300HQ 8GB RAM 1TB HDD NVIDIA GTX 1050 £439.99
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
• Intel® Core" i5-7300HQ processor (Quad core) • RAM: 8GB / Storage: 1TB HDD • Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1050 2GB • Full HD display • Battery life: Up to 8.5 hours Yes it is "… Read more
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Mine looks like new but screen got a light white shadow/bleedin the top right side


got a slight scratch on the top of the lid near the hinge on mine but isn't deep. You can see them though. Other than that, very clean.


Very satisfied with mine, no issues or cosmetic damages with the laptop I received. Swapped out HDD for 500GB SSD.


got mine today had a quick look looks like new a slight scratch at the bottom of case but meh nothing i couldnt do! fantastic waiting on my ssd m.2 to come to use great laptop


I'm not happy with the screen on mine, it's going back.

Dell Alienware X51-R2 Desktop PC i7 4790 3.6GHZ, 2TB, 8GB RAM, NVIDIA GEFORCE GTX 750 TI 2GB + INTEL HD 4600, Win 10 Pro (Grade A- Refurb) With Keyboard And Mouse @ ITZOO £349.99 (£315 For New Customers With Code THANKS10)
Found 21st SepFound 21st Sep
Optional Two Year Warranty for £75. Comes with One Year Warranty - see below . Just got this by email. 10% off for signing up, using code THANKS10 (Just checked, it works, see… Read more
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I've been using a Core 2 Duo Thinkpad (as my travel laptop) for the last few years - it's perfect for kids as it's a sturdily made beast but I think it would struggle to even play Minecraft. The integrated graphics it had wouldn't allow me to play HD Youtube, even. I'm sure your old Radeon 7750 is more capable, mind you. I've upgraded but I'd actually still use it if I could put the internals of my new laptop in!! Maybe I'm mad but there's something adorable yet dependable about Thinkpads. I get the loyalty they inspire. Most kids around 9, 10, 11, 12 just want to go on Roblox and watch Youtube, if the kids I know around this age are anything to go by. And, of course, they can be careless. My niece has already trashed her laptop screen (a few months after mum and dad purchased), and broke numerous tablet screens. Some mums and dads might have tighter purse strings than those who can throw a grand on a gaming set up.


Okay im listening. Point me to a better office computer deal.


No, it's not, I explained it already.


This machine is able to run Overwatch, just not in highest settings. But the Upgrade-ability of this computer is not great. You're limited to low power GPUs and the CPU is basically already the best you can get on that mainboard. You could get a 4790k but it's £200 for probably 10% higher clock. Intelchanged the socket after that Generation, so you would need a new mainboard (starting from £60-70). Also the RAM changed in Intel machines to DDR4. So you would need new RAM too if you want to upgrade the CPU. Another £60-120. It's a 5 y.o. platform and to upgrade you basically need to change everything but the case and hard drive. Not a good base.

MSI NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8GB ARMOR Graphics Card - £388.99 / £394.47 Delivered @ Scan.co.uk
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
MSI GeForce GTX 1070 Ti ARMOR 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready Graphics Card, 2432 Core, 1607MHz GPU, 1683MHz Boost The ARMOR GPU from MSI has a very impressive appearance and backs it up wit… Read more

It's Back in stock just a few bob cheaper now (embarrassed)


Should be free with packet of cereal. Hot.




Should be less than £250


£100+ is a pretty big hair

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