ASUS Rampage V 3.1 X99 Motherboard £479.99 (Poss £358.98 - Get £125 Credit back! 12 Mnths Interest Free) VERY - HotUKDeals
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ASUS Rampage V 3.1 X99 Motherboard £479.99 (Poss £358.98 - Get £125 Credit back! 12 Mnths Interest Free) VERY

£479.99 @ Very
For NEW customers, you get £25 off your first order with the code: KVPRH And since the price is over £450, you get £100 credit back also! (Offer ends 24th November) AND You get 12 Months inter… Read More
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
For NEW customers, you get £25 off your first order with the code: KVPRH

And since the price is over £450, you get £100 credit back also!
(Offer ends 24th November)

AND You get 12 Months interest free to pay it off!

Final price including next day is £358.98!

This is in my opinion the second best motherboard on the planet right now, second only to the Edition 10 which costs £529!

This is my first time using Very, so wish me luck if the product fails :(
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6m, 2d agoFound 6 months, 2 days ago
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1 Like #1
Not voted but, WOW!

Pray that Zen is a success. :(
#2
ShroomHeadToad
Not voted but, WOW!
Pray that Zen is a success. :(
I agree, but AMD needs to do some mafia moves to catch up with Nvidia.:|
#3
You know you've gotten the wrong motherboard for your system when you have to take out a loan just to afford the motherboard!

Joking aside, good luck with Very, and heat reluctantly added... (£300+ for a motherboard!?!)
#4
You can buy a customer return on Amazon 'Like New' for £310 , or £300 for 'Very Good'
#5
drasim
You can buy a customer return on Amazon 'Like New' for £310 , or £300 for 'Very Good'
But I heard Amazon warehouse deals do not have Manufacture Warranty included, only their own 30 day return which is not good for this sort of product?I might be wrong.

Edited By: MazingerZ on Nov 22, 2016 16:18
#6
Lahn
You know you've gotten the wrong motherboard for your system when you have to take out a loan just to afford the motherboard!

Joking aside, good luck with Very, and heat reluctantly added... (£300+ for a motherboard!?!)
But you can ONLY get £100 off if you opt for a buy now pay later
#7
MazingerZ
drasim
You can buy a customer return on Amazon 'Like New' for £310 , or £300 for 'Very Good'
But I heard Amazon warehouse deals do not have Manufacture Warranty included, only their own 30 day return which is not good for this sort of product?I might be wrong.

It's more of an option for people who want to save £50, obviously can't compare used to new. Not sure on the warranty details
1 Like #8
MazingerZ
Lahn
You know you've gotten the wrong motherboard for your system when you have to take out a loan just to afford the motherboard!
Joking aside, good luck with Very, and heat reluctantly added... (£300+ for a motherboard!?!)
But you can ONLY get £100 off if you opt for a buy now pay later

Why wouldn't you? At zero percent it's better for the money to sit in your account than someone else's isn't it?
2 Likes #9
Stop messing about with that Fisher-Price junk.

This is what a £480 motherboard should look like
1 Like #10
Great deal, I knabbed a 970 using this method last xmas, paid off in February's wage packet so I had some spare Steam cash!
#11
MattyPlant
Great deal, I knabbed a 970 using this method last xmas, paid off in February's wage packet so I had some spare Steam cash!
I was looking for a 1070/1080 deal, but the prices are still stuck around the same as when they released!

I got an MSI 1070 Gaming X for now, I'll just refund it next year when the Ti releases.
#12
MazingerZ
MattyPlant
Great deal, I knabbed a 970 using this method last xmas, paid off in February's wage packet so I had some spare Steam cash!
I was looking for a 1070/1080 deal, but the prices are still stuck around the same as when they released!
I got an MSI 1070 Gaming X for now, I'll just refund it next year when the Ti releases.

How do you mean, "just refund it"?
#13
mmacarthur
MazingerZ
MattyPlant
Great deal, I knabbed a 970 using this method last xmas, paid off in February's wage packet so I had some spare Steam cash!
I was looking for a 1070/1080 deal, but the prices are still stuck around the same as when they released!
I got an MSI 1070 Gaming X for now, I'll just refund it next year when the Ti releases.

How do you mean, "just refund it"?


What do you think refund means :|
#14
MazingerZ
ShroomHeadToad
Not voted but, WOW!
Pray that Zen is a success. :(
I agree, but AMD needs to do some mafia moves to catch up with Nvidia.:|


Isn't Zen the new CPU range, not GPU?
#15
N3lson
Stop messing about with that Fisher-Price junk.

This is what a £480 motherboard should look like


nice mobo :)
#16
Rhythmeister

Isn't Zen the new CPU range, not GPU?


Yes its the new cpu
supposed to keep up with current Intel i7 cpus.
1 Like #17
Wow that's a lot of pennies for a mobo

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