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Asus motherboards (Intel chipsets) up to £40 cash back, and nvidia cards up to £50 back from Asus

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Just found this - thought it'd be useful for some system builders Z270 or X99 Intel chipsets only (sorry Ryzen fans) Models MAXIMUS IX Apex £ 40 MAXIMUS IX Code £ 40 MAXIMUS IX Formula £ 40 MAXIMUS … Read More
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3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago
Just found this - thought it'd be useful for some system builders

Z270 or X99 Intel chipsets only (sorry Ryzen fans)

Models
MAXIMUS IX Apex £ 40
MAXIMUS IX Code £ 40
MAXIMUS IX Formula £ 40
MAXIMUS IX Hero £ 40
MAXIMUS VIII Gene £ 25
MAXIMUS VIII Hero £ 35
MAXIMUS VIII Impact £ 25
MAXIMUS VIII Ranger £ 25
PRIME Z270-A £ 25
PRIME Z270-K £ 20
PRIME Z270-M-PLUS £ 15
PRIME Z270-P £ 15
RAMPAGE V EDITION 10 £ 40
RAMPAGE V EXTREME/U3.1 £ 30
SABERTOOTH X99 £ 25
STRIX X99 GAMING £ 20
STRIX Z27OE GAMING £ 35
STRIX Z27OF GAMING £ 35
STRIX Z27OG GAMING £ 35
STRIX Z27OH GAMING £ 25
STRIX Z27OI GAMING £ 35
TUF Z27O MARK1 £ 40
TUF Z27O MARK2 £ 25
X99-A II £ 20
X99-DELUXE II £ 30
X99-E £ 15

Promotion Dealers:

Ebuyer UK
Scan Computers
Novatech
Overclockers UK
BT Shop
CCL Computers
Aria Technology
Maplin Electronics
ADMI LTD
Eclipse Computers
Falcon Computers
Box Limited
Very.co.uk

Good for purchases between March 10th, 2017 – March 31st, 2017 (invoice date). The cashback redemption is possible between April 9th, 2017 – May 31st, 2017.

So if you picked up an asus board recently there's some free cash back!
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#1
Also if you want to pair a strix board with strix card, you can save 30 off a 1070 and 50 off 1080
https://offers.asuspromotions.com/gb/en/pages/strix_cashback/home
https://offers.asuspromotions.com/front/images/promotions/banners/strix_cashback/banner.png
#2
robodan918
Also if you want to pair a strix board with strix card, you can save 30 off a 1070 and 50 off 1080 https://offers.asuspromotions.com/gb/en/pages/strix_cashback/homehttps://offers.asuspromotions.com/front/images/promotions/banners/strix_cashback/banner.png
E.g.
If you don't mind Amazon warehouse, you can get the gtx1070 (used very good) for 389, and get an extra 30 off, bringing it to 359. That's the lowest I've seen strix cards go, but other manufacturers have been lower.

Also the 1080 can be had for 511 (used very good) minus 50 bringing it to 461.

Edited By: robodan918 on Mar 19, 2017 01:44
#3
Do motherboard and CPU combos and/or exdisplay count ?

Edited By: harisonwright on Mar 19, 2017 07:27: Spag
#4
harisonwright
Do motherboard and CPU combos and/or exdisplay count ?
Probably combos count since you're buying that product

I don't know about used and display
I only put Amazon warehouse because they don't specify used or new on their receipts
#5
Asus do not list Amazon as a Dealer for the motherboard promotion.
#6
robodan918
harisonwright
Do motherboard and CPU combos and/or exdisplay count ?
Probably combos count since you're buying that product

I don't know about used and display
I only put Amazon warehouse because they don't specify used or new on their receipts


Ok thanks
1 Like #7
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).
#8
Robert_Paulson
Asus do not list Amazon as a Dealer for the motherboard promotion.
but they do for the gpu promo
hence why I posted an example
#9
homebanjo
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).
that's about 4 gens old now
unsurprising
#10
robodan918
robodan918
Also if you want to pair a strix board with strix card, you can save 30 off a 1070 and 50 off 1080 https://offers.asuspromotions.com/gb/en/pages/strix_cashback/homehttps://offers.asuspromotions.com/front/images/promotions/banners/strix_cashback/banner.png
E.g.
If you don't mind Amazon warehouse, you can get the gtx1070 (used very good) for 389, and get an extra 30 off, bringing it to 359. That's the lowest I've seen strix cards go, but other manufacturers have been lower.
Also the 1080 can be had for 511 (used very good) minus 50 bringing it to 461.

The disadvantage of this is you don't know if the cashback has been claimed.
You buy card from Amazon to get receipt and serial number off the card and then claim cashback and return the card to Amazon.
#11
I am about to get the Z270F board from Ebuyer , So if i am right i cannot actually get the money until April 9th ?
And i must buy the board before the 31st of March ?

Going to pair it with the I7 6700k CPU
#12
GAVINLEWISHUKD
robodan918
robodan918
Also if you want to pair a strix board with strix card, you can save 30 off a 1070 and 50 off 1080 https://offers.asuspromotions.com/gb/en/pages/strix_cashback/homehttps://offers.asuspromotions.com/front/images/promotions/banners/strix_cashback/banner.png
E.g.
If you don't mind Amazon warehouse, you can get the gtx1070 (used very good) for 389, and get an extra 30 off, bringing it to 359. That's the lowest I've seen strix cards go, but other manufacturers have been lower.
Also the 1080 can be had for 511 (used very good) minus 50 bringing it to 461.
The disadvantage of this is you don't know if the cashback has been claimed.
You buy card from Amazon to get receipt and serial number off the card and then claim cashback and return the card to Amazon.
They do confirm with the retailer if the card was returned or not - that's why you have to wait 30 days (past returns deadline)
And you won't be able to claim if it has already been claimed
It's a risk - but a small one imo
#13
dan44762000
I am about to get the Z270F board from Ebuyer , So if i am right i cannot actually get the money until April 9th ?
And i must buy the board before the 31st of March ?

Going to pair it with the I7 6700k CPU
Buy before mar 31
Claim 30 days after purchase (ie after the returns period to make sure you haven't returned it)
Get the money soon after
I got cash back from Asus last year on a z170 board and it was quick
#14
robodan918
dan44762000
I am about to get the Z270F board from Ebuyer , So if i am right i cannot actually get the money until April 9th ?
And i must buy the board before the 31st of March ?
Going to pair it with the I7 6700k CPU
Buy before mar 31
Claim 30 days after purchase (ie after the returns period to make sure you haven't returned it)
Get the money soon after
I got cash back from Asus last year on a z170 board and it was quick

Makes perfect sense :) Thanks for the reply
#15
dan44762000
robodan918
dan44762000
I am about to get the Z270F board from Ebuyer , So if i am right i cannot actually get the money until April 9th ?
And i must buy the board before the 31st of March ?
Going to pair it with the I7 6700k CPU
Buy before mar 31
Claim 30 days after purchase (ie after the returns period to make sure you haven't returned it)
Get the money soon after
I got cash back from Asus last year on a z170 board and it was quick
Makes perfect sense :) Thanks for the reply
No prob
#16
If you bought it recently, take it back and build a proper computer, no cash back on AMD though ;)
2 Likes #17
No need for fanboy BS.
1 Like #18
The_Hoff
If you bought it recently, take it back and build a proper computer, no cash back on AMD though ;)
fanboyism has no place on hukd
a deal's a deal - that's why we're here
my next build will probably be ryzen 2 next year fyi... unless intel steps it up with z370 / i7-8xxx and also thunderbolt 3 is integrated into itx boards
#19
Lighten up ladies.
#20
homebanjo
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).


Shame I am looking for one for my e3 1270 it's a pain looking through second hand boards to find most won't support it
#21
tezray
homebanjo
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).
Shame I am looking for one for my e3 1270 it's a pain looking through second hand boards to find most won't support it

You're going to have to look for server or workstation class motherboards. Try finding an HP Z420 which can be upgraded, like this one just by way of example
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-Z220-Workstation-SFF-PC-Intel-Xeon-E3-1225-3-2Ghz-16GB-RAM-500GB-HDD-Win-7-/302227441393?hash=item465e28c6f1:g:PhAAAOSwB-1YrEK3
#22
Z270F for £165 at scan. £130 after cashback.
Z270-K Prime is £118 at ebuyer. So £98 for a Z270 board? Tough to beat.

That's pretty sweet. Pair them with a 7600K, overclock it to 4.8ghz and you're golden for gaming.
#23
speculatrix
tezray
homebanjo
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).
Shame I am looking for one for my e3 1270 it's a pain looking through second hand boards to find most won't support it

You're going to have to look for server or workstation class motherboards. Try finding an HP Z420 which can be upgraded, like this one just by way of example
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/HP-Z220-Workstation-SFF-PC-Intel-Xeon-E3-1225-3-2Ghz-16GB-RAM-500GB-HDD-Win-7-/302227441393?hash=item465e28c6f1:g:PhAAAOSwB-1YrEK3


Thanks I bought a dell t1600 pc for £130 going to swap the board into a phanteks pro m acrylic case but would have liked to have 6 sata ports and on board usb 3 so want another motherboard it's not the end of the world though
2 Likes #24
Aggressive discounting an attempt to hold off the threat of AMDs Ryzen? Worth a look into if you're considering upgrading. New AMDs are currently roughly half the price of Intels closest competitor.
#25
Excellent, I ordered a custom build from CCL Online earlier today, PRIME Z270-A mobo. That's £25 to claim.
3 Likes #26
NitrousUK
Aggressive discounting an attempt to hold off the threat of AMDs Ryzen?

Maybe, but it's more likely just Asus extending their rebate program. Asus (like most other computer hardware manufacturers) run near constant rebate promotions in the USA for all sorts of their hardware.

In North America tonnes of stuff is marketed at a price including the discount of mail in rebates. Several reasons. You can hide price rises easier, hook dummies into paying the full price in store and banking on them failing to claim later or being ineligible. If they do successfully claim, they usually have to dump loads of personal data on the forms which is valuable to the manufacturer.

It's uncommon over here. Greater regulation in all areas of the above. Data protection, misleading advertising etc
#27
vulcanproject
NitrousUK
Aggressive discounting an attempt to hold off the threat of AMDs Ryzen?
Maybe, but it's more likely just Asus extending their rebate program. Asus (like most other computer hardware manufacturers) run near constant rebate promotions in the USA for all sorts of their hardware.
In North America tonnes of stuff is marketed at a price including the discount of mail in rebates. Several reasons. You can hide price rises easier, hook dummies into paying the full price in store and banking on them failing to claim later or being ineligible. If they do successfully claim, they usually have to dump loads of personal data on the forms which is valuable to the manufacturer.
It's uncommon over here. Greater regulation in all areas of the above. Data protection, misleading advertising etc
Nah Asus does this every March
#28
don't think there are any more second hand GPU's (or at least any of the ones where you get £50 off)
#29
Anyone any recommendation for a motherboard to upgrade my ageing 2500k? Looking to go 6700k, already have a 1070, mostly for gaming and light app work. Don't want to go nuts money wise, just something that can overclock and provide reasonable functionality to last for a while....
#30
Andywatson
Anyone any recommendation for a motherboard to upgrade my ageing 2500k? Looking to go 6700k, already have a 1070, mostly for gaming and light app work. Don't want to go nuts money wise, just something that can overclock and provide reasonable functionality to last for a while....

You could get a cheap Z170 board but 6700K will run fine on any Z270 here too.
#31
vulcanproject
Z270F for £165 at scan. £130 after cashback.
Z270-K Prime is £118 at ebuyer. So £98 for a Z270 board? Tough to beat.
That's pretty sweet. Pair them with a 7600K, overclock it to 4.8ghz and you're golden for gaming.

Let's say you went with the 270K and a 1070, what would be the cheapest cpu that wouldn't be a bottleneck?

Also: where's the mention of Nvidia cards cashback? Oh wait seen it now. Is it just STRIX cards?


Edited By: zorbathegeek on Mar 19, 2017 23:33: more info
1 Like #32
zorbathegeek
vulcanproject
Z270F for £165 at scan. £130 after cashback.
Z270-K Prime is £118 at ebuyer. So £98 for a Z270 board? Tough to beat.
That's pretty sweet. Pair them with a 7600K, overclock it to 4.8ghz and you're golden for gaming.
Let's say you went with the 270K and a 1070, what would be the cheapest cpu that wouldn't be a bottleneck?

Also: where's the mention of Nvidia cards cashback? Oh wait seen it now. Is it just STRIX cards?


I would aim for a 6600K or 7600K because overclocking. There is no reason you wouldn't overclock these chips if you have a nice card like a GTX1070. They would be a pretty balanced system.

You can actually get a 7600K from CEX for like £200. It might be used but as the processor is just a few months old it won't be used very much (it only came out in January!) and they give you a warranty. That's a good way to save a bit potentially.
#33
homebanjo
It may help others to know and save time but there are no 1155 mobos amongst this lot (unless I missed something).

We can all dream of a bright world where we won't have to say goodbye to our sandybridge cpu's....
#34
over 2 dozen motherboards when you need maximum 5 to cover the whole range. and that's just from 1 company.
#35
zorbathegeek
vulcanproject
Z270F for £165 at scan. £130 after cashback.
Z270-K Prime is £118 at ebuyer. So £98 for a Z270 board? Tough to beat.
That's pretty sweet. Pair them with a 7600K, overclock it to 4.8ghz and you're golden for gaming.
Let's say you went with the 270K and a 1070, what would be the cheapest cpu that wouldn't be a bottleneck?
Also: where's the mention of Nvidia cards cashback? Oh wait seen it now. Is it just STRIX cards?

New pentium 4k something with hyper-threading will do. Just play at 2.5k resolution and you will have no bottleneck most of the time. There is a game or two that require a faster CPU example BF1
#36
As a thought, does anyone have an 1155 mobo for sale please? Here seems like a good place to ask.

Thanks.
1 Like #37
How do I claim this? I see no form or anything?
#38
coxy4lyf
How do I claim this? I see no form or anything?
Did you find out?
#39
I think is this link but haven't tried yet.....
https://asuspromotions.com/uk/en/claims/cashback/invoice
#40
One of these Asus boards or this MSI board?

To be honest I don't know how Z270 boards vary at all :|

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