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Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 SUPER OC 6G - £203.94 @ Amazon
Posted 1 h, 7 m agoPosted 1 h, 7 m ago
Not sure what happened to the image on the listing, but anyway. Recent price drop and record low price on Amazon I believe. There was an Amazon Spain deal recently which is a few … Read more

Just snaffled a “used like new” from amazon warehouse for £199.86, should be one left


Yeah, the three fan model is the gaming one. Not worth the extra £25 imo


The model is a 2 fan one though I think


Think we will see some below £200 shortly then!


Looks like they've price matched it to the penny now.

XCY Quad-Core Mini PC Intel Celeron N4100 8GB LPDDR4 128GB M.2 SSD 2.4G/5.0G WiFi Bluetooth - £140.41 @ Ali Express Deals / XCY Store
Posted 1 h, 40 m agoPosted 1 h, 40 m ago
Sold by XCY 7-14 days delivery via DHL XCY WARRANTY 90 Days-Free Replacement of New Mini PC Within 90 days, if your mini PC appear hardware problems without improper operation,… Read more

"egg size" is the descriptor that tipped me over the edge, bought a dozen


Yes This is the same processor with on board GPU but has 4GB ram


Dolby almost


Can it run Minecraft?


https://cpu.userbenchmark.com/Compare/Intel-Celeron-N4100-vs-Intel-Atom-x5-Z8350/m407836vsm143924 So many of these mini pc's have the Atom z8350 and get an instant pass from me because of it. On paper, the N4100 in this absolutely smokes the 8350 and has now gotten my attention somewhat :D

PNY GeForce RTX 2060 Super 8Gb GDDR6 Twin Fan Graphics Card £349.07 Delivered @ Amazon France (~£339 with a fee free card)
Posted 2 h, 11 m agoPosted 2 h, 11 m ago
VERY decent GPU for a decent price: https://gpu.userbenchmark.com/Nvidia-RTX-2060S-Super/Rating/4049 Amazon.co.uk sell this for £368.99, so a reasonable saving by getting it fr… Read more
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I recognise that some people will, but display port is the dominant port in use because of the high throughput


Of course, but it needs to be the right standard for up to 2080p240 or 4k60 Plus what about wanting 3 monitors and not having DVI?


"Might as well wait for super computers to become public"


*Cries bc I have 4 non-DP monitors*


Agreed. But an HDMI to DP converter aint that many pennies.

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 1900X Base 3.8GHz Boost 4.0GHz 8 Core CPU £131.98 at CCLOnline
Posted 3 h, 7 m agoPosted 3 h, 7 m ago
Decent processor for the price with 8 cores and 16 threads base 3.8GHz. Key features: Base: 3.8GHz , Turbo: 4.0GHz 8 Cores , 16 Threads Socket TR4 180W TDP *No Co… Read more
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Completely agree - they also have an Asus Tuf B450M Gaming Plus (I may have got the order wrong!) for £25 extra and cashback eligible - @sarden84 posted the deal about 2 weeks ago - it's a good bit of kit and well worth it in comparison to most who want the extra cores. According to benchmarks, there's only a 5-8% difference in performance between the 1900X and 2700.


You buy this now for the same reason you would buy this when it released, because you want pcie lanes and the TR4 compatibility but don't care about cores. This is obviously not a gaming CPU and it's called HEDT for a reason it's not for most users. Great price though.


Don't really see the advantage of this over 2700x which has been priced similar, faster clocks and cheaper mobos


More like 250-290 but with added bonus of very plentiful and cheap motherboards available


Its in the savings you make by not having to purchase a TR4 motherboard

Magicbook 15 - Ryzen 5 3500U / 8GB RAM / 25GB SSD / Full HD + Free Backpack, BT Mouse & Sport Earphones £544.99 With Voucher @ Honor
31/08/2020Expires on 31/08/2020Posted 7 h, 17 m agoPosted 7 h, 17 m ago
Slight price drop on this bundle offer from Honor, resulting in a final promo price of £524.99 when redeeming the £5 coupon after sale price :) CPU - Ryzen 5 3500U RAM - 8GB… Read more

To be fare I don't your model but 15 years in IT behind me says that is bent, I've never seen or heard of a screen like that with all the Dell\Lenovo\HP\Asus I have worked with.


Hi i bought similar spec hp off currys for 599. But the screen is bit curved so just want to know if its normal with these laptops or i got a faulty piece.


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I didn't wear my glasses again :D . Thanks, I will erase my pointless comment. Even I believe the 14 inch is better, with backlit keyboard and bigger battery :D . I'm generous today and I will vote hot too, as I think this is a very good price, if you sell the extras you get a real bargain. Stay safe!

AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6x Core Processor with Wraith Stealth Cooler £158.98 delivered at Aria PC
Posted 9 h, 53 m agoPosted 9 h, 53 m ago
So this is the cheapest I could find right now, just bought myself and at this time 4 left in stock! they will go quick!

Lol, is it really? He's 13 and he sold his ps4 pro and his ps vr, because he wanted to build his own pc after playing pc building simulator on the nintendo switch, think spent about £700 ish in total.


Thats a fine job, your son is clearly more talented than me, with my cpu being held in with sugru and a ram stick propping up the cooler


my son used a wraith prism cooler on his 3600, does a good job and it's pretty quiet


Good thing I plan on buying a new cooler before I fit this cpu


Well I looked this morning and aria was saying no stock, checked on price runner and it show 5, clicked the link and there it was, pot luck I found it, sadly they are all gone now

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Transcend 960 GB SATA III 6Gb/s MTS820S 80 mm M.2 SSD for £90.06 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 10 h, 20 m agoPosted 10 h, 20 m ago
Decent low price offer for this m.2. ssd. +£1 no rush delivery reward at checkout for Prime members. Transcend 820S. SSD capacity: 960 GB, SSD form factor: M.2, Read speed: 550… Read more
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Yeah, the only reason to stick this drive in an M.2 slot is if it is one that can't take an NVMe drive


I don't think there's much of a premium for M.2 SATA over 2.5" SATA these days? If they have an unpopulated M.2 slot though, I'd recommend NVMe - no point in swapping drives out later especially as these are often crammed behind a GPU (unless you're lucky and have a board with 2 or 3 M.2 bays). SATA is still plenty quick enough in the real world - it's the IOPS that matters most of the time over a hard disk, not the raw transfer speed. I suspect this is 'better' for people with laptops with a spare slot and service hatch.


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That is all correct, however some people can't use a 2.5" SSD. For those people this is a decent enough buy. For those people with an M.2 SATA port on a desktop PC this isn't a bad buy as I don't think the premium is too high. The number of people who should buy this though is limited.


Good replies, I think for this kind of money, you're essentially paying a premium for something that is of the same speed as a regular 2.5" SSD. Regular 2.5" SSD - Best value for money. NVME M.2 - Best performance for a premium price. SATA M.2 - Identical Max Speed to Regular SSD, but premium price.

Crucial MX500 250 GB Up to 560 MB/s Internal SSD £33.34 @ Amazon
Posted 13 h, 9 m agoPosted 13 h, 9 m ago
Crucial MX500 250 GB CT250MX500SSD1(Z)-Up to 560 MB/s (3D NAND, SATA, 2.5 Inch, Internal SSD) Lowest recorded price on Amazon according to Keepa, recent price drop.

Is it worth getting an MX500 over another cheaper SSD, as I will just be using it as extra storage ?


Great drive to put a fresh copy of Windows 10 on and completely revitalise an old laptop or PC. However, I bought this drive 18 months ago and then wished I had stumped up a bit extra. If you can, get the 500GB MX500. It gives you some headroom for overprovisioning as well for even better endurance. Note you don't even need to buy a licence for Windows 10 (though many people can still get one for free), it works fine without one. Just download it from Microsoft's website and off you go.


I believe it's same price direct from Amazon with standard packaging. The £32.99 is from a third party. For the sake of 35p, I'd rather buy direct from Amazon over a third party.


Picked up a couple of the 1tb versions from Amazon Germany for about £90 each, saving a total of about £15 on the uk price for the 2. Should've been cheaper, but had postage added to each one for some reason...


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Crucial P1 500GB 3D NAND NVMe PCIe M.2 SSD - 5 Years Warranty - £55.19 Delivered @ Crucial Shop
Posted 13 h, 53 m agoPosted 13 h, 53 m ago
Room to Spare Securely load and store up to 2TB of important files on Micron® NAND in a tiny M.2 form factor. Vital Performance NVMe™ PCIe® technology delivers sequential read/w… Read more

It's around 100 quids, almost double the price.. Checkout yourself (USERBENCHMARK) So, It depends what you're using it for ...


Comparatively i would say the 970 evo plus - same capacity.


Have the 1TB, its replacing a Samsung 960 whilst it's on RMA, no real world difference in game loading.


If you can spare extra then would definitely go for Samsung NVMe. (BTW which model ?)


This or samsung?

Crucial Ballistix RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-3600 C16 Memory Kit, £82.79 delivered at Crucial (also in Red)
Posted 14 h, 1 m agoPosted 14 h, 1 m ago
Good offer for the RGB memory, also in red Product Description Crucial Ballistix RGB gaming memory is designed for high-performance overclocking and is ideal for gamers and p… Read more

red only at £164.39


Any of this anywhere in 2x16gb?



HOT. The deal, not the ram XD


Ordered, thank you Tacavas

Patriot Burst SSD 120GB SATA III Internal Solid State Drive, £17.98 at GadgetLifestyle on Amazon / £22.47 non-Prime
Posted 14 h, 12 m agoPosted 14 h, 12 m ago
Nice offer, might suit someone. Key Features: SATA III 2.5 Form Factor Up to 560MB/s Read, 540MB/s Write 4K IOPS Read: 50000 4K IOPS Write: 40000 3 Year Warranty

120gb is too small for windows 10. Unless you use Linux, I'd go for 240gb at least.


Picked one up from CCL last week for about this price +/- £1 or so, so it's a decent deal. Reviews online look as good as any other cheap SSD. Fitted it to a basic machine and it's been good. Can't go wrong for a nice little O/S drive. Thanks OP.

HyperX Predator HX432C16PB3K4/32 Memory 3200MHz DDR4 CL16 DIMM XMP 32 GB Kit (4 x 8 GB) Black for £128.49 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 22 h, 5 m agoPosted 22 h, 5 m ago
Nice offer on this memory kit. Lowest price i think. :) +£1 no rush delivery reward at checkout for Prime members. Give your AMD- or Intel-based system the performance n… Read more
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But isn't it far more likely that Zen2 just has a better more versatile and compatible memory controller compared to Zen+?


I had similar issue on a R7 2700x, but was fine on a R5 3600 build. Read online the extra cores had a known issue with using 4 slot RAMs


Yes, I would definitely recommend 2x16GB if you are looking to use these on AMD boards. I have had major problems with instability running on XMP settings when using 4 DIMMs, even when RAM has been listed on the QVL as compatible with 4 DIMMs. It's annoying - had I known that AMD have this issue I may have been more inclined to go with an Intel build.


At extremes and higher speeds, yes there is issues but most of the time you should be fine (mobo dependant). I personally try and go for the highest capacity i can afford for the memory i need. So instead of 4x4gb for 16gb its 2x8gb. Same for 32gb, 64gb and 128gb etc.


Yeah, I understood 4 x 8 was a bit harder on the memory controller, though i assume a kit would have tighter timings id still be far more tempted with 2 x 16gb. And indeed that's exactly what i do have!

Acer Nitro N50-600 Intel Core i5 9400f GTX 1660 Ti Gaming PC - 1 TB HDD & 256 GB SSD 'Used' £619.23 @ Currys Clearance / eBay
Posted 23 h, 27 m agoPosted 23 h, 27 m ago
Very good deal on Currys clearance PC Pre-owned
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HI @username..... thanks for taking the time to share your first deal and thank you to other members for providing feedback and alternatives :)


If if was brand new it wouldnt be bad. The 9400 isn't miles behind the 3600 in games. The 1660ti is a bit faster than the 1660. So it would compare well to the palicomp. Comes with a second hdd too. But its pre owned so way too much.




Educate me, I was considering buying this but seems I'm to missing something important on this PC? The specs seem great for the price, so is there any reason you wouldn't buy it Thanks


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SEAGATE Maxtor Z1 240 GB Solid State Drive SATA 6 Gb/s 2.5 Inches Black £25.98 delivered @ Amazon
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
Good price for this size SSD with 3 years warranty. Also, £1 no-rush reward available for Prime members at checkout (y) The Maxtor Z1 2.5-inch internal SSD provides 240GB of s… Read more
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Says temporarily out of stock


available to order still :)


true and that is a good price but it handy to know if its dramless or not as it will matter to some which is why i pointed it out


SATA 6Gbit/s is just the interface used (or SATA3) it is not used to determine performance. It is the maximum theoretical throughput.


That would be the quickest sata drive ever so what more are you expecting?, but alas that is just quoting the sata max theoretical speed. Itll be more like 500mb.

WD Blue SN550 1TB M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD, up to 2,400 MB/s + Free Cruzer Blade 64GB USB - £99.89 / £94.35 (students) @ Western Digital
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Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
Nice offer for this NVMe SSD which now also includes a free Cruzer Blade USB 64GB Flash Drive - Thanks for the spot @x5553r 5 year warranty included. Instructions for disco… Read more

its £128,99 now. why did i snooze on this deal?


Can anyone tell me Is this drive any better that the Samsung 970 Evo as I ordered one the other day?


I just brought a Samsung 970 Evo 500gb is this drive better in speed or just good value for size but not better speeds?


Ahh ok, didn't realise it was national news worthy (lol) https://metro.co.uk/2015/11/19/this-photo-of-the-chuckle-brothers-shows-theyre-always-cocking-around-5512634/


To answer your urgent query - that is her arm in the photo. Holding just a drink.

Corsair Vengeance Performance 8GB (2x4GB) 1600MHz DDR3 - Laptop RAM £37.99 @ Amazon (£1 back via no rush delivery)
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
[4.6 out of 5 star reviews] [No-Rush Delivery £1 Off] Thinking getting a new laptop and jaw dropped at the price of low spec laptops these days. Try speed your old laptop up w… Read more

If you're fine buying used you can get a pair of 4GBs from CEX for £17.50, two year warranty too, so on a older ddr3 laptop shouldn't matter too much. https://uk.webuy.com/product-detail/?id=smem412800204&categoryName=memory-laptop-ddr3&superCatName=computing&title=4-gb-pc12800-ddr3-1600mhz-204-pin-memory

Toshiba P300 3TB Hard Drive Disk - £61.50 @ CCL Online
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
I found this 3TB HDD SATA III 7200 rpm at £61.50 with free delivery which means each 1TB costs £20.50. Nice if you dont mind the slower performance compared to SSD or you might wan… Read more
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Might give it a miss after seeing all the comments about noise. Cannot even hear the Seagate Barracuda I have had in there for four years. Probably buy a couple of SSD's.


Wont make a Shreddy of diff to you as its the writespeed that are affected, you'll be fine with this altho 7200rpm will be noisyB B2b sales ... => no consumer warranty


Good value for this drive if you don't mind the noise. I bought one for £65 in April.


I’m not a business, just have a business account. Didn’t realize it was a business only price. So, perhaps a good deal in the sense that you don’t have to jump through hoops to get it. Either way, these have been £60 for *business* Amazon accounts (apparently) for eons.


This is business prices, are we permitted to buy these without being a registered business? If so, how do we go about doing thia? Also without sounding disrespectful, despite being a business only deal, it costs £59.99 including VAT meaning that it is only £1.50 cheaper than the deal that I have posted.

Transcend 240GB SATA III M.2 2280 Internal SSD Hard Drive - £26.98 at MyMemory/ebay
Posted 5th AugPosted 5th Aug
Decent offer, hope it helps. Key Features: SATA III M.2 2280 Form Factor Up to 550MB/s Read, 500MB/s Write 3 Year Warranty

is this good for imac 2011 model?


It’s will be use MacBook Air ??


My PC definately doesn't have a slot for this...I was thinking of going the route of getting a PCIe adapter. Old Dell Optiplex 3020 SFF...I like to see what I can get it to do on a budget (I have children...doh)


this uses SMI SM2258XT which is dramless so you know


Trying to find a reason to buy this :/ It seems cheap for 240gb, bit of extra storage, so might just order.... hmmm....

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