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Refurbished Dell Inspiron 5570 - Core™ i7-8550U (Quad Core), Win Pro 10, 16 GB RAM, 2TB +256 GB SSD, DVD Drive, AMD Radeon - Dell outlet
Found 10th AugFound 10th Aug
Inspiron 15 - 5570 Dell Inspiron 5570 - Core™ i7-8550U (Quad Core), Win Pro 10, 16 GB RAM, 2TB +256 GB SSD, DVD Drive, AMD Radeon - Dell outlet Inspiron 15 - 5570 Processor… Read more

Would really recommend Dell Outlet. Mate at work got one of these for £589. The condition when arrived was like new. Lovely laptop. After testing he found the 2tb hdd kept disappearing from windows. Put in a call to Dell and they were very helpful. After a few tests they sent an engineer out pronto and he fitted a new hard drive. You wouldn't get service like this if you brought new from a shop. Keep an eye out as stocks changes daily. Cheers to the hukd guys and gals who originally posted the deals.


they are gone!


1 ounce = 28g so I've heard.


At OP or whoever, how many was in stock?


Expired, some other decent spec ones on there but well done whoever bagged that one.

Gigabyte Radeon RX Vega 56 GAMING 8GB Graphics Card - £419.99 @ CCL
Found 4th AugFound 4th Aug
I can't remember the last time I saw a Vega 56 so cheap! Prices still falling! Great if you use Freesync Technology. (excited) Main Features Powered by AMD Radeon™ RX VEGA 56 G… Read more
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Forget anything amd and go for the 1070. It's way better than this.


Yes, cheap and nasty sleeve bearings that will go bad after not a lot of use - they'll either spin slowly (and get hot) or just totally seize up, seen it far too many times across too many different models for it to be a coincidence.


Gigabyte always has the worst fans Never again


No-one used Vega for Ethereum, you use it for CryptonoteV7 (like Monero) as it’s faster than anything else out there. But FWIW it’s not bad at Ethereum. Anyway rubbish fans on the Gigabyte models. Probably quieter than the reference ones though - they run loud!


Down in price because Ethereum has plummeted

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Gigabyte AORUS Radeon RX 580 8GB Graphic Cards GV-RX580AORUS-8GD £232.94 + £6.21 UK Delivery @ Amazon (US)
Found 30th JulFound 30th Jul
This really is an amazing deal! (excited) (excited) The price includes the import fees too! Shipping is £6.21. This is an awesome card and is perfect for a Freesync monitor.
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Your comparison makes little sense lol


Or for £160 less you can get a nes mini. Scratch that for £200 less i can get an Atari 2600 from the car boot...


Crazy to think for £150 more you can get an Xbox one X, which is basically a altered version of this card, and an entire gaming system.


The issue you had was nothing to do with the efficiency rating. Either you had a faulty PSU or a cheap crappy design one.


I went through this with some RAM returns a few years ago. If you return something to the US for repair, then you don't need to pay any VAT / duty on it when it comes back (because it's already been paid once). However, if they replace it rather than repairing it (which they almost always do with tech products) then you have to pay duty/VAT on the replaced item, and can then claim the original VAT back. IF you've got all the necessary paperwork, of course, and you'll still need to pay collection fees. In my case it was worse, because RAM prices had more than doubled since the original purchase, so I had to pay more than twice the VAT than I was able to claim back.

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Asus Radeon RX Vega 64 RoG STRIX OC 8GB HBM2 Graphics Card £489.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 27th JulFound 27th Jul
Not a bad price for a new aftermarket RX Vega 64 from a reputable manufacturer.

I agree that the reference Vegas run hot but this runs around 70-75c which is perfectly fine. For freesync users it has historically been ridiculously priced and only now is it priced competitively to the 1080.


Well each to their own, but people buy Gsync because it's overall better regardless of cost. AMD has to do something make people buy their top line graphics cards. Vega 64 uses more power, produces more heat +20°C like for like, then you have popularity of Nvidia cards, people will keep buying them unless AMD can produce something for less price and better. I would only buy Asus if it was from Amazon or OcUK as they have a 48 hour turnaround service for Asus graphics cards and motherboards, anywhere else and you're looking at 6+ weeks.


Why though? With the latest driver updates it's as fast or faster than a 1080 (as shown in the latest toms hardware reviews), and you save a ton of money through not having to pay gsync tax. The Asus 1080's are more expensive than this vega 64, so this is priced bang in the middle of the 1080 pack with only the cheaper models (by gigabyte etc) being lower.


"We found a deal matching your 'gaming laptop' keyword alert!" : Only by mistake. Please fix the algorithm labelling typical desktop components as matches to gaming laptop. This is not a gaming laptop; it isn't even something someone wanting a laptop would typically buy to augment their laptop. Thanks.


It would probally help if the Vega 64 was less than the cheapest GTX 1080.

Yeston Radeon RX VEGA 64 Gaming Graphics Card 8GB HBM2 1.9GHz £446.02 @ GearBest
Found 21st JulFound 21st Jul
Don't be put off by the brand name. Yeston are a reliable brand that make high quality GPU's in the Chinese market. This could be a decent deal for you if you are after a VEGA 64. … Read more
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"Yeston, we have a problem" 😁


Built in oven


I think Yeston said that :D


"Yeston are a reliable brand that make high quality GPU's in the Chinese market." According to who ???


Very possibly. Plus at over £400 you could just get a 1080 from the UK instead. Why people still bother with AMD unless they have a freesync monitor is a mystery to me really.

*B Grade* Gigabyte Aorus Radeon RX 580 8192MB £199.99 + £9.90 delivery (£209.89) Overclockers
Found 18th JulFound 18th Jul
Probably lowest ever been. B grade so consider implications. They have quite a lot these B grade items now including 1060, 1070 and even vega 56 under 400

B-Grade from OCUK is a gamble. I had a "brand new" B-Grade ASUS 280X (i.e. Pristine, and still had PCI covers, and output covers intact) I registered the product with ASUS as soon as I received it. So it worked for 6 months until it started artifacting and eventually it failed completely. So I attempted to RMA it directly with ASUS, and they told me to do so via the reseller (OCUK in this case) When I asked OCUK to get it RMA'ed for me, they said no, because it is B-Grade and only has 30 day warranty (at that time) Even though it stated 1 year manufacturers warranty on the B-Grade listing. ASUS were willing to RMA it under their manufacturers warranty, but OCUK refused process the RMA for me. I Haven't used either OCUK or ASUS products since. Both OCUK and ASUS lack in customer service because they have a monopoly on the market. Just my personal opinion on them.


and the replacement fans off ebay are even noisier and cant even be put on without taking it apart and thermal paste etc. not worth the hassle


You'd think they waive the postage fee.


must be bad hash rate :D


Similar experience to me but I had Amazon on my side so sent it back. Sapphire took a week to reply and then asked for a video of a fan not working/spinning (really?!) - when I sent it to them they said I needed to go back to the retailer! Then why go through all that. Initially I got a Corsair SP120 high static pressure fan and strapped it onto the GPU as I had a partial refund for Amazon but I caved and bought a replacement and sent this back for a refund. Sapphire is even more annoying as they claim to have ‘quick swap fans’ (in their marketing material) yet I have not met a single person ever who has managed to get one from them. Gigabyte fans are equally bad, nasty sleeve bearing things that will fail within months of brand new. Also bad at RMA and sent me back to the retailer.

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PowerColor Red Devil Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £244.92 @ Laptops Direct
Found 17th JulFound 17th Jul
Price includes delivery! Also cheaper than the MSI card and has a better cooler! The prices are still slowly creeping down! (excited)
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out of stock :(


it's now £230.99 with £1 which trial?


Bought one second hand for £225, this is good price for brand new. Card runs 70-80*C under load in ambient air




this card is beast. bought for 300 about a year ago. its got a pentagram on the backplate too which is metal af

MSI AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB ARMOR 8G OC Graphics Card £244.98 Ebuyer
Found 16th JulFound 16th Jul
£50 cheaper than the deal for it the other week!! I know the cooler isn't as good as on other cards but does the job. Still a great price for an 8GB RX580 card! Features C… Read more
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After 1 year? I've had Amazon send me to the maker within a couple of weeks of purchase but I didn't mind even though I told them my contract was with them. The maker sent me the part I needed and let me replace it on the laptop myself without negating my warranty so I was happy enough. MSI have a European rma centre and Gigabyte used to have a UK address for rma so I'm surprised Gigabyte were useless. Sapphire I can understand. EVGA for Nvidia had a good rep as well. I've tried to stick to companies that don't make you deal with the far east


still costs too much, 2 years ago i got a rx 480 for £200. that's the limit of what i am willing to pay.


I’ve never been turned away by Amazon, and you have EU Consumer Law to cite if it turns nasty. Most of these GPU manufacturers are based in the Far East and make life really hard anyway so I can’t say one is better than another - Sapphire and Gigabyte were useless when I had fan failures and both times went back to retailer for refund.


Amazon won't give you warranty after 1 year or help to deal with maker. I don't know if powercolor is reliable now when it comes to warranty or how long they give?


Ok? I'm not sure I understand the relevance of this. It's cheaper, better than this MSI card and from a more reputable retailer.

ASUS ROG STRIX GL702ZC-GC104T - £1,149.98 @ Scan
Found 14th JulFound 14th Jul
Serious AMD gaming laptop, pretty much a desktop setup in a laptop. 17” Full HD (not 4K) 8 core AMD Ryzen 7 CPU 4GB Radeon RX580 GPU 16GB DDR4 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD I know it’s… Read more

Cold for being overpriced. Cold for also being scan


It's £999.98 now! Could you build a desktop with these specs for this price?


I was going for general comparisons, if he's asking for the competing company comparison he obviously doesn't have a vast knowledge in components and there's a reason the R7 line up has a 7 in it - to make it obvious it's there to take on recent i7's. Marketing, hey.


Thanks for re-activating


Why is Scan banned?

XFX Radeon RX 580 Black Edition 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card - £237.97 @ Laptops Direct
Found 12th JulFound 12th Jul
Cheapest price for an 8GB variant. Has decent reviews. Specs below:
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No problem!


Sorry I just realised I read the comment incorrectly, I read I'd get the 1060 over this for Freesync, even rechecked as well, Your comment makes so much sense now.


Thank you for repeating my point.


That’s why they said they would have this over a 1060, so it could be used with a free sync monitor


OOS Now :(

(Used) AMD Radeon RX 560 2GB DX12 Graphics Card (£1.50pp) £58 @ CEX
Found 11th JulFound 11th Jul
Looks to be a bit of a bargain for latest budget AMD card. Not going to blow every game out of the water but things like Fortnite, perfect.

I picked up a GTX760 2gb for my sons pc from them for £65 on Sunday......seems they have put them up £5 since then?. Traded my old AMD 7950 as I have got myself a 1060 3gb to replace it. :)


Not bad! Orrrrr, you could buy a faster R9 270x for £50 Or an even faster GTX 760 for £55: Lose dx12 (not that any of these are fast enough to make much of the extra shinies) and a few pence of electricity, but decent, console thrashing 1080p gaming all round.


I’m not sure how that qualifies it! I still don’t think they price relative to other items just the going rate because many items are priced irregularly including grade C sometimes more than B. I also don’t get how you have survived 5 years - I’m guessing a corporate store or management? As they actually run those much better. The franchisee stores, I literally wonder how or why they even opened, the lack of business acumen is astounding - a laptop packed in a Jiffy bag I’ve seen a few times, stick of RAM in a paper envelope...




Says out of stock!

XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS Black Edition 8GB £237.97 @ Amazon
Found 9th JulFound 9th Jul
Seems a good price for an 8GB 580 with a decent factory overclock. 2304 Stream Processors 1405 MHz True Clock 1425 MHz OC+ Clock 8GB 256-Bit GDDR5 8000 MHz Effective Memory … Read more
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I tip my hat to you sir. Done some more reading and you are right. 580 is match for 1060 6gb on DX11 and better value for DX12. Power consumption is the drawback but it is valid option.


£309.65 expired? I just paid £225 for a used RX 580 8GB, the guys ebay history didn't suggest he had been mining on it.


True. I like digital foundry a lot though! Very in depth!


The larger the sample, the more generally accurate the result. Hardware Unboxed did a whole lot more games. They're pretty much equal overall, but individual experience will differ based on what games you play.


Best priced 8GB 580 in a long time!

PC Specialist I7 8700 Radeon RX580 16GB DDR4 Vengeance Ram 120GB SSD Windows 10 Home £543
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
This could well be a price error. Maybe worth a shot though. Direct link defaults back to the home page. You need to go to the configuration section and select Intel Home Pc's and … Read more
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Surely this needs to be expired??


Please let me know when you put them on ebay so i cam buy one for £1200 (lol)

rishirmk Looks like this is the exact pc OP has screenshotted but for over £900. Seems like this is expired


Not working. Can you supply a link to the exact spec please?


£1000+ here too

PowerColor Radeon RX 580 RED Dragon V2 Radeon RX580 Graphic Card 8GB £248.99 Delivered from Amazon
Found 6th JulFound 6th Jul
I don't personally do AMD anymore but for those sticking with Team Red, this seems like a decent deal. The PowerColor Radeon RX 580 Red Dragon V2 with semi-passive dual-fan coole… Read more

isn't this the best value GPU under £250 currently? 8GB VRAM not 3 or 4GB like lots of si,ilar priced cards? 1050ti is too low budget, 1060 3gb can't cut it imo, so what would be better than this ??


I don’t think this is a concern for the vast majority of users or Nintendo in the grand scheme of things. You still need physical access to the device. Many pieces of hardware over the years have exploitable bugs.


A good chip which incidentally can be forced into debug mode using little more than a paperclip.


I didn’t count the switch as it’s more of a handheld than a console in the traditional sense but yes Tegra X1 I think, pretty good chip otherwise.


They don't. Unlike the GC, Wii and WiiU, the Switch uses an Nvidia chipset. I bet Nintendo really wish it didn't now though.


This is not a good price. Do not buy.


Isn't sapphire or nitro 8gb cheaper?


ASRock Phantom Gaming X Radeon RX580 8GB OC Dual Fan Graphics Card £280 from my disti today so it's not too bad at retail TBF.


Wouldn't say this is a particularly great price.

Sapphire Radeon RX 570 NITRO+ 4GB Graphics Card £199.99 @ CCL
Found 2nd JulFound 2nd Jul
Hasn't been under £200 since last October. The cooler on this Graphics Card is amazing! SAPPHIRE NITRO+ Radeon RX 570 continuous streamlining of FinFET 14 nm production process, … Read more
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It’ll come back round, I didn’t see the link request (as it wasn’t a reply) and I don’t believe in spoon-feeding either - a quick search on HUKD would find it again. The price is actually ok and I would probably take this over a 3GB 1060 if I wanted something now, but knowing the RX 580 was less a short while back I’d wait again - and 580 are often this price on Amazon Warehouse even if the new price is higher again.


He can't give you a link because it's not that price anymore, But he is right in what he says, A deal is not just a deal because it is cheaper than anywhere else, This is not a deal of any sort, This is an overpriced bottom to middle tier card, If you have been waiting to upgrade, Don't upgrade to this at this price and keep waiting. If you need to upgrade, Don't upgrade to this at this price and keep waiting, In other words, Don't buy this card at this price, It's overpriced.


Link for the 580??


RX 580 has been about £180-190 in last month from Amazon, this is not a good price unless you really want a slower card for more money or if you’re mining where the 570 uses less power for the same performance. It is a good cooler but then the Pulse version isn’t bad either.

Dell optiplex SFF with 16gb RAM, i7-3770 and RADEON HD6450-1024MB DVI + DISPLAY PORT £239.99 (Refurbished) @ ITZOO
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
I've always found these PC's to be rock solid. With a 9299 cpu index, 16Gb of RAM and Video card capable of supporting 2560x1600 with a display port adaptor this price is a bit of … Read more

if anyone (like me) is looking for a Low Profile 1050ti to put in this machine then I have now found a couple of options which are not priced too much higher than the non-LP varients I went with the Zotac as it is supposed to be slightly smaller in length and space is at a premium in this case hope this helps someone!


Back in stock at the original Price. Can a MOD unexpire this?


Glad to help :)


The cable sorted the problem by the way thanks @Lexeus think it was down the cheap Display port cable. I got a refund for it too :p the DVI to HDMi works perfectly now. PC is working fine! and so fast by the way.. grab one people (y)


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MSI Radeon RX Vega 56 Air Boost 8GB OC HBM2 Graphics Card - £439.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 28th JunFound 28th Jun
Seems like a decent price for a Vega 56 card. Also includes a free copy of Far Cry 5 for those interested and obviously includes the use of Freesync! Only downside is that it is o… Read more
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Either don't buy anything and stop the gaming like you're still a kid and do something actually important with your free time. Or... Buy a used 1070 Ti.


Cheers. It was sort of a rhetorical question based on the previous post, but good advice anyway.


Buy what you feel comfortable buying. PC parts have always been a balancing act between performance / Price & Future Proofing. PIcking up a GTX 1080 without a standard blower and for around the £400 - £450 mark is a good deal. If you dont need 1440p @ 144fps then maybe grab a 1070 instead of a 1080 or if you are feeling flush there are GTX 1080 TI's out there for around the £600 - £700 mark. I suggest checking out custom made builds and the pricing of these on pc part picker, I found it really useful.


So, if you need a graphics card now, what do you get?


Picking up a new GTX 980ti last year for £276 still feels like a steal. Price of GPUs currently is awful.


It’s back on guys!


I'll chip in also on this, I actually DID do a search before i posted the same deal 3 days ago and nothing showed up in the search, thats the only reason I went ahead and posted. But I agree with the sentiment on other threads, the original deal should have been updated and saved me and others posting it again and again and again.. Oh, and this has expired again, MODs.. ;)


Cool I’ll see you here in a few hours then (excited)


It's gone out of stock again so may as well expire so somebody can post it again in a while when Amazon have it back in stock! XD


The owners of the website get 10% of each order you do as an affiliate account. Whatever you people post they modify the url attached to their account. At so many orders they make a big amount of money. In fact we are producing money for them by posting deals. Hopefully this won't be deleted.

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