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MSI GP66 Leopard gaming laptop RTX 3070 i7-10870H 16GB RAM 512GB NVMe SSD - £1399.20 delivered at Cyberpower
Posted 30th MayPosted 30th May
Back in stock under that price, normally costs around £1669.99 so good deal. Next day delivery available. Comes with free stuff (via codes - games, Nvidia GeForce NOW subscription)

After having bought a Lenovo Legion last year with loads of issues and a nightmare of a time getting it returned (spanning over 3 months and resulting in my card company resolving the matter whilst Lenovo dragged their feet), I decided to go for this instead and have to say that so far the performance is brilliant, I'm really happy with it. Thanks for the recommendation!


Nice find @sebag and a belated welcome to hotukdeals


I want I want I want.... bank balance says no (lol)


This is on sale because its EOL next one comes with 11 gen tiger lake which is significantly faster for gaming


High end.

Asus Zephyrus Rog G14 -14" 1080p 120Hz 1660Ti-Max Q 6GB, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD - £1300 delivered @ Cyberpower
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Posted 1st Nov 2020Posted 1st Nov 2020
Asus Zephyrus Rog G14 -14" 1080p 120Hz 1660Ti-Max Q 6GB, 16GB Ram, 512GB SSD - £1300 delivered @ Cyberpower£1,300£1,3675% off Free P&P Free
This is a deal because this is the cheapest you will find this model. If you are looking for a gaming laptop that is more portable than the average 15.6inch then this may suit you.… Read more

I didn't even read the description but just have and wow is about all I can say (lol)


I know and the explanation of why it is supposedly ok for the price makes no sense (lol)


This is scary money for a 1660ti max q - Not sure on this model but the cooling isn't suppose to be great either?


John Lewis has it for £1399 but there is a 100 off deal on it. For people who might want to prefer a different vendor.


If you are going to be spending this much on a gaming laptop and you are semi serious about gaming then you might be better off buying a laptop with a better graphics card. This is probably the cheapest you can get this laptop for and the Ryzen 7 CPU is better than anything Intel will have for quite a while. Ryzen 7 laptops are scarce at the moment, the better specced machines don't stay in stock long. With this CPU it should play CPU bound games very well.

Tracer III 15.6 Gaming Laptop i7 9750H, 2070 Max-Q, 16GB RAM, 1TB NVME £1,209.60 @ Cyberpower
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Posted 2nd Oct 2020Posted 2nd Oct 2020
Tracer III 15.6 Gaming Laptop i7 9750H, 2070 Max-Q, 16GB RAM, 1TB NVME £1,209.60 @ Cyberpower£1,209.60£1,49919% off Free P&P Free
Correct me if I'm wrong but this is the cheapest I've seen a laptop with a 2070 (admittedly it's a Max Q design). An Acer Predator with similar spec went hot at £1350 recently. Top… Read more

Yeah, that's a good spec with a very good price! Last Gen i7, but still very good. Case looks like it comes from Medion (Lenovo).


Throw that junk away man it’s an antique


More storage and better gpu here. Worth it imo. The 2070 does make a difference with the 144hz screen. Older cpu but we know Intel has barely changed for years.


This is just just my opinion. Laptop aint great for Thermals in general. However some are better then others. What I generally give is the Ryzens run a little cooler due to less power consumption which in turn enables everything to runner cooler. Which in theory less fan noise. Thermal design plays a part to. The acer predators are very good i opted for a Lenovo Legion with a Ryzen 7 and i have no throttling. The fans i can hear if gaming and have it in performance mode but i have heard worst


If I wanted to be buying right now, this deal is very good, remove the os, and this wins easily. Dell has some really bad reviews regarding over heating, but I guess if local store should be easy to return although would want to check about that

Infinity X66 GTX Super Gaming PC - i5-9400F + GTX 1660 Super £799.20 @ Cyberpower
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Posted 25th May 2020Posted 25th May 2020
Infinity X66 GTX Super Gaming PC - i5-9400F + GTX 1660 Super £799.20 @ Cyberpower£799.20
Intel® Core™ Processor i5-9400F 16GB DDR4 2400mhz Memory MSI GeForce® GTX 1660 SUPER 6GB Video Card Asus H310M-R: M-ATX Mainboard WD 240GB SSD 1TB Seagate BarraCuda SATA3 HD… Read more

VR is dependant on the graphics card which a 1660ti will certainly be able to play. I just prefer intel as they're slightly better for gaming, that being said AMD is slightly better at multitasking I believe, there's literally no difference to the average person just wanting a good PC!


Yeah it's mad, £597 delivered to be precise. I don't know vr, do you need Intel chips for VR or something? Or just like Intel.


I Intel fan unfortunately, the same build on CCL is £100+ but they've got some really good bargains on certain builds there, and you've absolutely robbed them for that spec + price!


TRY CCL I got: CCL Customised AMD Scorpio PC Comprising of: 1 x Arctic F12 Case Fan 1 x AMD Ryzen 5 2600X 3.6GHz 6 Core (Socket AM4) CPU 2 x Adata XPG Gammix D10 (Tray Bulk) 8GB (1x 8GB) RAM 1 x Adata XPG SX8200 Pro 512GB M.2-2280 NVMe PCIe SSD 1 x Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB Graphics Card 1 x TP-Link TL-WN881ND 300Mbps PCI Express WiFi 1 x 3 Year Collect & Return warranty 3 x CCL Choice White LED Fan 1 x Xigmatek Scorpio Gaming Case - Black 1 x Aero Cool Integrator OEM 500W 80+ Bronze PSU 1 x 1.8m UK Plug to C13 Mains Lead - Black 1 x Gigabyte B450M DS3H AMD Socket AM4 Motherboard for £660. I actually paid £590 due to an ebay promotion. But we dont own a time machine :)


Ended up ordering a PC from here in the end myself, similar to this but with a RTX 2060 Ventus + M.2 Drive + 240mm MasterCooler LiquidLite and some other improvements for £1015, put into PC Part picker and it would cost me more to build it myself. Only problem is they take 3 weeks to accept, build and deliver it, but can't complain for free delivery and im in no rush.

Next Day Infinity X66 RTX SY111 PC - £898 @ Cyber Power
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Posted 10th Dec 2019Posted 10th Dec 2019
Next Day Infinity X66 RTX SY111 PC - £898 @ Cyber Power£898
one of the best deals i can find. only catch is its non customisable but all id really want to add is possiblly a faster m.2 ssd. if anyone can find a better deal thats below £900 … Read more

Deal is not bad. Probably not a ‘massive bargain’ but very decent deal. Voted hot EDIT: take it back. This deal is not worth £900 case + PSU minimim £90-100 minimum (scan is doing an inferior deal for £70) cpu £130 graphics £280 ram £50-60 board approx £100 ssd £30 hdd £20 material costs around £700


The CCL one seems better, but it won't arrive in time for Christmas


This is cool


If you're going to spend £900 on a prebuilt and it has a 9400f, you're doing something wrong. For £900 it should atleast be a 3600. Here:


Nothing particularly wrong with the specification, just the price. For a pre-built there will always be compromise, but if you need something now you could do a lot worse for the price. I'd say go for it, if you can't find anything better. :)

Cyberpower Vector RTX - RTX2070/i7-8750H/8GB/240GB SSD/144hz Screen NO OS! - £1228.80 inc. VAT delivered @ Cyberpower
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Posted 12th Oct 2019Posted 12th Oct 2019
This deal was around once before. While there's cheaper laptops and better spec laptops around... there's very little touches this for performance-to-money. There seems to be a fe… Read more

nearly new, second hand effort from a private seller :) bout a month old but he'd got a new car and... was more interested in that :)


this cyberpower deal would be great, BUT I've read elsewhere that installing your own OS on this chassis (assuming it to be Linux rather than Windows) is a nightmare, there's a workaround but it sounds like a real pain. otherwise i'd go for this


cmon, spill the beans ;) 950quid for that spec is a great deal!


This (ty dijital). The currys one is a 1660ti (about a 980ti in desktop power) The box one is a 2060 (about a 1070 in desktop power) The one in the deal is a 2070 which is about a 2060 in desktop power. It's genuinely a LOT of spec for the money as your links prove :) I've ended up blagging a decent clevo built one, I7 9750H/2060/500GB 970 evo plus/144hz screen etc for £950 so... can't grumble :) A one-off sadly or I'd throw the deal up for it :)


This one has a much more powerful RTX 2070 with 33% more video ram (8GB)

Cyberpower 15 inch i7-8750h RTX 2070 Gaming  laptop £1149.60 @ Cyberpower
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Posted 20th Jul 2019Posted 20th Jul 2019
Cyberpower 15 inch i7-8750h RTX 2070 Gaming laptop £1149.60 @ Cyberpower£1,149.60
Been looking for a new gaming laptop and specs wise this seems to be the cheapest RTX 2070 I can find by a few hundred quid. Seems to take about 2 weeks to get built and shipped o… Read more

Awesome, ty :) In work so I can't cross reference but I'll give it a good looking over vs other systems in the morning :) Up against my silly OP desktop: so... 2/3 of a... pretty much "no upgrades left" (but needing tuning ;) ) custom water cooled desktop in an £1100/1200 laptop.... that's not bad at all! :) No humblebrag or anything else. That's genuinely a VERY good showing for a laptop. Still not home, I'll check some of my older 1080ti stuff as this should get fairly close. I see one appearing on my doorstep in about 3 weeks as things sit atm :D



I'd like a gaming laptop that didn't look like a gaming laptop.


I'll try to get one up I the next day or two mate. Would be good to see myself tbh.


Would you mind throwing up a link to a timespy run? Just to give an idea of "out of the box" dx12 performance. The link as it gives other info like clockspeeds/etc - can be seen if it's likely throttling or not/etc. Feel free to sit it on a desk so it's a "without vents blocked" run. My missus needs a laptop upgrade imo (960M is chugging a bit) so a 2070 even with a couple of niggles that can be worked around would be quite a jump.

CyberPower Tracer RTX-17 RTX 2070, 16GB 2400MHz, 500GB SSD + 1TB HDD - £1,613.30 @ Cyber Power
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Posted 16th Mar 2019Posted 16th Mar 2019
CyberPower Tracer RTX-17 RTX 2070, 16GB 2400MHz, 500GB SSD + 1TB HDD - £1,613.30 @ Cyber Power£1,609.81
EDIT: Price update and change in free item Here's a little build I put together, making a complete laptop. You also get a free Cooler Master Dominator III RGB Keyboard + Mouse. F… Read more

RTX 2070 no longer an option, most likely a 9th gen refresh is coming


Updated for new pricing and free item


Here's another build I made: Instead of a 512GB SSD + 1TB HDD, it's just 1TB SSD for £1520.17


2 desktops 1 laptop


Laptops or Desktops?

MSI 27" Optix MAG27CQ 1ms HD 144Hz Curved Free Sync Gaming Frameless Anti-Flicker Monitor £278.20 @ Cyberpowersystem
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Posted 22nd Nov 2018Posted 22nd Nov 2018
MSI 27" Optix MAG27CQ 1ms HD 144Hz Curved Free Sync Gaming Frameless Anti-Flicker Monitor £278.20 @ Cyberpowersystem£278.20£286.803% off
Optix MAG27CQ • Curved Gaming display (1800R) – The best gameplay immersion. • 1440p resolution – More pixels, sharper image. • 144Hz Refresh Rate – Real smooth gaming. • 1ms resp… Read more

Haven't looked at settings, no. I only set them up to make sure all is working before the 2 week return window closes. The home office project isn't ready yet so it'll be a few weeks before I get to set them up properly. I've been using the one with the little hair tonight for around 2-3 hours and it's not bothering me that much so I'm not sure what I'll do now. I will see what cyberpower say about the return. Since I live in Ireland it will probably cost me at least €30 to post it back if it's me who has to pay despite the manufacturing issue, so I might not bother.


Ah yeah that hair would be quite annoying. Would you go direct to MSI with warranty or via CyberPower? Mine also annoyingly only came with 2 pin EU plugs in the box so I've emailed them and I think they are shipping me two UK plugs. Have you played with the settings at all and found anything better than the default?


I've got a dead pixel in the corner on one which isn't awful, but almost directly in the middle of the screen on the same one there is a little black line which looks like a small hair trapped between the screen and the LCD. It's very annoying.... Might have to get it replaced because of it's location. Other monitor has 2 dead pixels near the bottom where the windows task bar is which I can live with.


A couple of dead pixels on one of them (which i can cope with) and a bit of white lines/strobing with freesync on.. I think it might be down to my GPU being only a Sapphire Nitro R9 390... so i think it calls for a new GPU. Loving them so far thou, seems good.


Yep! Mine are arriving tomorrow. Let's hope we don't have any dead pixels or quality issues (:I

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VECTOR III-Z 100 GAMING LAPTOP i7-8750H, GTX1070 8GB WINDOWS 10 HOME, WITH FREE VR GAMES AND SOFTWARE BUNDLE £1134.90 WITH CODE @ Cyber Power£1,134.90£1,1703% off
VECTOR III-Z 100 GAMING LAPTOP CUSTOM BUILD CPU: Intel® Core™ Processor i7-8750H 2.20GHz Turbo 4.10GHz 9MB Cache Processor (Coffee Lake) 15.6" Widescreen LED Display - Full HD (1… Read more

I'm exceptionally tempted - bloody nuisence the screen is 45% ntsc does anyone know a 100% compatible 1080p 144hz panel that will fit this laptop? It seems to be a great deal since I don't need a os / ssd since I'll get them elsewhere.


Seems like a bargain, just over what i want to spend otherwise I'd be tempted. Couldn't you swap the display if it was that bad, but i guess weigh the cost of that you could just but a different 1070 laptop.


PC Specialist has no reviews either, it's a very new chassis.


yes i noticed that, useful for anyone that wants to see reviews because i couldn't find any reviews for this one, and as far as this deal goes i'm not sure if you get the free Software Bundle with the PC Specialist version so i think this could be a better deal still


I'm pretty sure this is the exact same chassis as used by PC Specialist.