PNY Deals

PNY Deals & Offers

1,085 deals16,441 comments
PNY XLR8 32GB (2 x 16GB) DDR4 3200MHz CL16 RAM Memory £111.46 Sold by Amazon US @ Amazon
Posted 15th SepPosted 15th SepShipping from United StatesShipping from United States
Fair price for 32GB 3200MHz CL16 kit. Sold by Amazon US, so expect a late September delivery to UK mainland. PC Type/Memory Type: Desktop DDR4 Capacity: 32GB (2x16GB) Channel… Read more

Is any one know it there will be compatible with Asus Rog Crosshair VI with Amd Razen??


Remember the good old days when 32GB DDR4 was this price?


These prices coming down fairly fast. Heat

PNY RTX 3070 Ti 8GB XLR8 Gaming REVEL EPIC-X Graphics Card + Intel i9 11900 Processor Bundle £1063.48 delivered @ Ebuyer
54° Expired
Posted 4th SepPosted 4th Sep
GPU : PNY RTX 3070 Ti 8GB XLR8 Gaming REVEL EPIC-X CPU : Intel i9 11900 Rocket Lake Effectively £650 - 700 for an RTX 3070 Ti. Could sell the CPU. Great price for an RTX 3070 Ti… Read more

Not too bad. Thanks for sharing @Johnhotukd


Just hope ebuyer will accept part ex with my car……


I was about to say that’s expensive the price for a 3080 ti the. I saw the bundle. It’s an okay but definitely not worth it.


will it play minecraft :p


A standard 3070 will run you more than that in most places so a TI at that is pretty good I'd say

PNY 16GB (2 x 8GB) XLR8 Gaming Epic-X RGB DDR4 4000MHz (PC4-32000) C18 Desktop Memory RAM – £86.26 (UK Mainland) Sold by Amazon EU @ Amazon
Posted 26th AugPosted 26th AugShipping from GermanyShipping from Germany
(MD16GK2D4400018XRGB) Colour Name:Black | Size Name:16GB (2x8GB) | Style Name:4000 MHz A PNY XLR8 Gaming EPIC-X RGB Memory Upgrade offers a brilliant RGB design combined wit… Read more

Nothing fishy, standard product coding of PNY and easy to explain, it's actuallty 44000 or D4 (for ddr4) 4000. 2666mhz ddr4 memory will have partial code d42666


sounds a bit fishy to me, when you name it 4400 and it is 4000


Has a true latency of 9 nanoseconds from my quick calculations, which I think is good.


Cl18 by the looks of things, but as 4000mhz they should be good performers none the less


If you click on the link the description on Amazon says,Timing 18-22-22-42; CAS Latency: 18; 1.35 Volts

Deal Alerts!
Want the hottest deals in your inbox?
Subscribe to receive an overview of the hottest deals posted each day.
PNY CS900 480GB Internal SSD Series 2.5 SATA III - £39 Delivered @ Amazon Italy (UK Mainland)
Posted 21st AugPosted 21st Aug
Ideal to boost the passionate speed, the CS900 is an utmost upgrade for gaming Capacity: 480 GB Serial ATA III Interface/6 GBPs Slim format 7 mm Sequential maximum read/write:… Read more

Best solution- OS on one SSD drive, all files and docs on another, preferably HDD as these are more reliable than SSD. I have some HDD's which are 16 years old now and still working fine, where SSD's lasted 4-7 years at very best.


I agree with your concerns for cloud backup - if you have sensitive information (or are a spy / criminal). Otherwise I'm quite happy to use OneDrive, Google Drive, DropBox etc - I use many! Some cloud storage providers even offer very secure encrypted backups. You DON'T see the point of "another clone copy"? I'm sure sleepymouse would see the point of another copy of his lost data on that SSD. There are plenty of free backup software available (SyncBack Free for example) that will only backup new / changed files each time you run them. It should only take a few minutes to backup a day's / week's work. You don't usually need to backup every day - but it depends on what you put on your PC each day and how much you will miss your data. Personally I use OneDrive to hold ay files that would be very annoying to lose even for a day, and files that I would need on other PCs / laptops (once in OneDrive I can also see that file on ALL my devices). After that I usually back up all my new files and emails to a separate drive inside my main desktop PC and to an external USB drive which is then disconnected and stored in a separate location. But I only do that once a month! So if my SSD fails (it has once and it lost everything) I just reload Windows and any software I need and then copy back my data. You can also clone your working Windows system and keep that safe, but a fresh reload every now and then is not a bad idea. Over the years I’ve had at least 3 HDD failures and 1 SSD failures (out of 3 laptops with SSD). As an IT worker I have recovered MANY failing HHDs for very grateful customers who did not see any point in having backups, until their HDD failed. I can assure you that an external HDD and regular backups are a hell of a lot cheaper that paying me. Not to mention the cost of trying to recover a HDD that I cannot read - that can be THOUSANDS of pounds. I remember a young mother who broke down in tears after I had managed to recover all the photos of her kids that she had lost for months on a broken HDD. She had tried a couple of local “PC shops” with no luck. I put them all back on her new laptop and gave her a few archival DVDs with the photos. Oh and I also uploaded them to her Google Photos for extra safety.


65£ with a code from Ebay, it was ebuyer so I was a bit sceptical but it was great.


How much was 1tb back then?


I don’t really feel comfortable with cloud backup. Don’t see the point of having another clone storage.

PNY CS900 Series 2.5" SATA III 6Gb/s - 120GB SSD - internal solid state drive £16.08 prime + £4.49 non prime @ Amazon
346° Expired
Posted 16th AugPosted 16th Aug
Cheapest 120GB SSD from reasonable brand I could find.

This went up in price a few days ago, then was back down to £16 yesterday but it's back to £19 again


Hence why I'm looking for a 2.5" drive. I'd rather have an M2 but a cheap 2.5" will do


Or you haven't got a slot for an M2 ;)


Not if you're looking for a 2.5" SSD (confused)


Yeah, it's even better all round.