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Samsung GALAXY S4 Zoom - GSM - Android Phone £145.76 @ Micom
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Posted 10th Nov 2014Posted 10th Nov 2014
Samsung GALAXY S4 Zoom - GSM - Android Phone £145.76 @ Micom£145.76
S4 Zoom - 4.3" 540 x 960 SAMOLED, EDGE/GPRS, HSPA+, LTE, Dual-Core 1.5GHz, CMOS 16MP, 10x Zoom, Xenon, 8GB, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC, MicroSD, 2330mAh, Android Shared Via The HUKD Ap… Read more

cold phone worth any money.


Unfortunately not as good as the proper S4. Only dual core for starters. Lower resolution screen also.


showing more than 100 in stock for me


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Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Extreme Edition 4GB @ Micom - £490.25
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Posted 9th Oct 2014Posted 9th Oct 2014
Zotac NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980 AMP! Extreme Edition 4GB @ Micom - £490.25£490.25
This Zotac GTX 980 is one of the fastest graphics cards you can buy, retailing at Overclockers and Scan for £540. So at £490 with free delivery, I think it's a good deal. The faste… Read more

Looks like it was a good deal after all. Pricing glitch. At £562.15 now!!! Hope it will be honoured!!


That was my logic as well. My Zotac GTX 780 AMP is more powerful than the 780Ti and I imagine that this one will be more powerful than the 980Ti (stock speed at least) So for an extra £90, it might be worth the investment?


Haha true, just wanted to get the max card available now to save any upgrade itch when the 980 ti's come!


That's a very good price! Even reference boards are coming up for more than that. To be honest, any GTX 980 is going to be amazing. These Zotac boards are purely for those with more money than sense and for bragging rights I guess.


Dabs have it for £429, and the expired September code for £25 off brought it down to £404. It's been on pre-order for 1 1/2 weeks at the moment. They still have it for pre order for £429 though. Most places it's higher

Nvidia GeForce Palit GTX 970 'Maxwell' 4GB Graphics Card £249.43 'Free Delivery' @ Micom
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Posted 22nd Sep 2014Posted 22nd Sep 2014
Nvidia GeForce Palit GTX 970 'Maxwell' 4GB Graphics Card £249.43 'Free Delivery' @ Micom£249.43
Seems about the cheapest 970 atm. I'd personally get one with a custom non-blower cooler though. core name: GM204 asic process: 28 nm PCI Express: 3 core: 1664 core speed (base/bo… Read more

Deal expired, gone up to £261.29.


MSI have seriously stepped up their game the past few gens. Their PE 670 was pretty much equivalent to a 680, and OCd further really well.


arent some of those charts for the 980?? seems a decent raft of deals approaching. Was scouring for benchmarks and the 780ti seems to come out slightly ahead of the 970. Difficult choice versus the maxwell architecture against raw power. Not hugely convinced by the 970, anyone else of the same mindset? perhaps its too early to get the benefit given most titles arent driver optimised.


I'm thinking of doing the same. They are still gathering bids on ebay, so I will find an MSI version of this card and then flog the 560ti's.


Wonder if I could flog my SLi'd 560Ti's?

Asus GeForce GTX 760 ROG STRIKER Graphics Card - 4GB + Free Delivery - £214.73 @ Micom
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Posted 28th Jul 2014Posted 28th Jul 2014
Asus GeForce GTX 760 ROG STRIKER Graphics Card - 4GB + Free Delivery - £214.73 @ Micom£214.73
ASUS ROG Striker GTX 760 gaming graphics card delivers 10% faster performance than reference DirectCU II with 10mm Heatpipe:37% cooler performance and 3X quieter acoustics compare… Read more

You can get the MSI 770 from dabs for £209.99


Same with the gigabyte one. I actually prefer the gigabyte coolers too, but they do require a case with plenty of room for a long graphics card. You can get a palit 770 for £220 though..


It might be but this is the ROG version which is much cooler, quieter and probably about 10% more powerful than a standard GTX760. To be honest, as good as this is, I'd rather spend £210 on a R9 280x.


The Gigabyte version of this is only 210 quid on Amazon.


More details click here Unboxing and Overview

27", 8-Bit VA (like IPS), 1920x1080, LED TFT Monitor, BenQ GW2760HM £147.80 @ Micom
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Posted 24th Jul 2014Posted 24th Jul 2014
27", 8-Bit VA (like IPS), 1920x1080, LED TFT Monitor, BenQ GW2760HM £147.80 @ Micom£147.80
I've posted the slightly older model of this in the past, I reckon it's a great option, and now this improved version has come down in price, under the old model, woot! It's a VA … Read more

I ended up buying this for my Dad from ebuyer http://www.ebuyer.com/502558-benq-gw2760hm-27-led-vga-dvi-hdmi-monitor-9h-l9lla-tbe Tested it myself and I did notice that text is less sharp than on my Dell U2412M. I don't think it's just the fact that the monitor is larger whilst using the same amount of pixels (my Dell is actually 1920x1200, so the Benq has less pixels), the text just looks a bit smudged/blurry. I found the same comparing it to my Dad's Acer 24" IPS and the fact he has the DPI increased to 150% (he had it at 175% on the Acer but I reduced it to 150% for the Benq so he can see if that's OK for him) probably just makes it worse. For contrast/black levels it's amazing though. Ran X-Plane with the Benq side-by-side with his Acer and on a night flight, you can't see any details in the darkness on the Acer, apart from the odd star, whereas on the Benq you can see clouds, loads of stars, the details on the wings when the navigation/collision lights flash. Obviously you can turn the brightness/contrast up on the Acer and probably see more detail in the night but even at it's normal settings, the black looks grey-ish and not at all like a night sky, whereas the Benq makes you feel like you're looking at a real night scene. All the grounds lights sparkle/twinkle and are much more colour-rich as well. In daytime flights the difference isn't as noticeable at first but you do notice that the edges of grounds objects/field boundaries look quite jagged on the Acer, whereas on the Benq everything is just more smoothed out and less jarring. This was just with his on-board Intel GPU as well, which admittedly did struggle to manage 20fps with all that detail, so once I get him a decent graphics card I'm sure it will look better still. He hasn't said anything to me about the text being less sharp, so hopefully it won't be something that bothers him, otherwise I'll have to get him another monitor for office work (my Mum's got the Acer now!) and try and devise some clever mechanism so he can move the Benq into position when he wants to fly. I don't have any calibration equipment, so I just followed the advice in this article http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/benq_gw2750hm.htm and used their ICC profile from here http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/articles/icc_profiles.htm#b which might not be perfect as all monitors are individual but is no doubt better than what I could have done by eye. Oh and this is definitely the updated flicker-free model, it says so all over the box!


Well, the "imac"panel is IPS, so a little better viewing angles and response time, but the picture quality on the VA BenQ is going to be very similar, with better black levels. The 1440p bit is the resolution, this deal is for a 1920x1080 screen, the LG IPS "imac" panel is 2560x1440, more dots in same space :)


Sorry I'm posting from Hulst app, how The new VA screens are comparable to 27" 1440p LG IPS "imac" panels?



Reviews you say... where! I can't find any complaints of motion blur related to these BenQ VAs! And I have personal experience of FPS gaming on them - like you say, you don't? :) That DGM with the AU O panel would be similar to the one I had years ago, awful blur (but yeah lovely picture). The picture on the new BenQ VA is as good, ..... but without the blur! And yeah stop looking a bargain in the mouth people, who's voting cold on this! I've seen plenty of lame picture TN screens for more money get more heat than this. When the alternative is a 33% more expensive (at least!) IPS, or underwhelming TN, this is definitely a great choice!

MSI Z97M-G43 MATX motherboard £69.49 delivered @ micom.co.uk
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Posted 21st Jul 2014Posted 21st Jul 2014
MSI Z97M-G43 MATX motherboard £69.49 delivered @ micom.co.uk£69.49
Claimed that with a Pentium 20th Anniversary Edition G3258 it could reach speeds of 6861.7 MHz on this Board but it was cooled with Liquid Nitrogen Supports 4th and 5th Gen Int… Read more
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awesome talk about fast delivery ordered sunday received today (tuesday) very happy :D


I've found MSI boards to be quite good with a good BIOS setup. Would buy ahead of an ASUS but Gigabyte is my fav.


Do you mean Broadwell? Yes, that will work (depends on the board) but the next one (Skylake) is likely to have a different socket - just like Sandy/Ivy and Haswell/Broadwell. Intel definitely and absolutely do not care 1bit, that I am willing to bet. ;) The only time they "cared" a bit is when they were behind...


The "works with 4th and 5th edition" bit is just marketing hype, Intel aren't going to change the socket and immediately destroy the upgrade path for early adopters. B81 will be fine :)


Look here Pentium 20th Anniversary Edition G3258 Reaches 6861.7 MHz on MSI Motherboard of which the Z97M-G43 is one all i need now is some Liquid Nitrogen to cool it

Corsair CXM 750W Semi Modular 80+ Bronze Power Supply £67.61 @ Micom
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Posted 1st Jul 2014Posted 1st Jul 2014
Corsair CXM 750W Semi Modular 80+ Bronze Power Supply £67.61 @ Micom£67.61
I saw a link someone else posted for a 630W PSU for around £61, so I wondered how much was the one I have going for now. Turns out the price has dropped, and for the extra £6 or so… Read more

Good price, got this in my lads gaming pc and running crossfire and runs sweet plus being semi modular only plugged in what cables I needed.


Some helpful links Corsair's own specs Amazon reviews

Gigabyte Radeon R9 270X, 2GB  Battlefield 4 limited edition £148.17 @ Micom
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Posted 4th Mar 2014Posted 4th Mar 2014
Gigabyte Radeon R9 270X, 2GB Battlefield 4 limited edition £148.17 @ Micom£148.17
-GV-R927XOC-2GD-GA - Battlefield 4 limited edition - Powered by AMD Radeon™ R9 270X GPU - BASE:1050MHz / BOOST:1100 MHz - Integrated with 2GB GDDR5 memory, 256-bit memory interface… Read more
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HTC One 32GB £454 @Micom
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Posted 12th Feb 2014Posted 12th Feb 2014
HTC One 32GB £454 @Micom£454
Your home screen. Your world. With HTC BlinkFeed™ on your phone, you′re never out of touch with your world. All your favorite content is streamed live onto one screen. If it′s happ… Read more
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Had iphones from the start bought one of these and was blown away fantastic phone, much better than the restrictive iPhone, bought for £350 from simply electronics though.


£395.02 here http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B000NTBLV0/ref=noref?ie=UTF8&psc=1&s=electronics


great phone... poor battery mind

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti  £491.70 free next day delivery micom.co.uk
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Posted 24th Jan 2014Posted 24th Jan 2014
Gigabyte GeForce GTX 780 Ti £491.70 free next day delivery micom.co.uk£491.70
About as low as I can find one and free next day delivery. NEW WINDFORCE 3X 2 SLOT 450W cooling system Keeping the same 450W Cooling capacity using only 2 slots, the New WINDFORCE… Read more

depends on what socket your CPU is


Can you guys recommend a good board to go with a card like this or gtx680.


Been this price a few days, they cancelled my order I placed for it yesterday so don't be surprised if the same happens here.