(Bundle) MSI Z170A GAMING PRO + 128GB Samsung SM951 SSD £127.99 @ CCL - HotUKDeals
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(Bundle) MSI Z170A GAMING PRO + 128GB Samsung SM951 SSD £127.99 @ CCL

£127.99 @ CCLOnline
Motherboard itself is around £117 so £10 for a 128GB M.2 SSD with speeds up to 2000MB/s read and 650MB/s write and value of £70 seems decent to me Motherboard is RGB and has onboard USB 3.1 Is "… Read More
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8m, 1w agoFound 8 months, 1 week ago
Motherboard itself is around £117 so £10 for a 128GB M.2 SSD with speeds up to 2000MB/s read and 650MB/s write and value of £70 seems decent to me

Motherboard is RGB and has onboard USB 3.1

Is "gaming" orientated but looks to be a nice board
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1 Like #1
Great deal, heat added.
1 Like #2
That is quite the deal, heat :D
#3
Where does it say it comes with Ssd?
3 Likes #4
Blakeh
Where does it say it comes with Ssd?

In red writing underneath main description:
'Get a FREE Samsung SM951 128GB SSD when you purchase this motherboard!'

Edited By: simont_space on Sep 15, 2016 18:30
#5
nice looking board, got my mobo from these guys which was faulty but they replaced it pretty quickly.
#6
See they actually listened to me this time and did it properly :)
1 Like #7
I purchased 5 Toshiba laptops from CCL. All went faulty and they have continually refused to give a refund or help. Customer service is very poor. I'd recommend steering clear of them completly!
#8
OMG, great deal. Got this board recently from Amazon, great board.

Hot deal! +++
1 Like #9
I'd recommend sticking to Amazon as if it goes wrong you're more likely to get a refund or replacement in my experience
#10
Couldn't see any reference to deal when viewed on mobile browser, but confirm when added to basket the drive automatically adds free of charge. Heat added.
#11
OOS
#12
Used this board in my new build today. Seems great so far, however two downsides...

-left hand led's are permanently red - annoying as I just wanted a cool warm colour. you can disable all the lights in bios though.
-cmos jumper and battery are under where the gpu goes, so every time you need to reset the bios, you'll more than likely need to take the GPU out. such a stupid design choice!

I paid £113.48 via Flubit so v. good price if you need an SSD! :)

Edited By: mamboboy on Sep 15, 2016 22:23
#13
pimlaptopuser
I purchased 5 Toshiba laptops from CCL. All went faulty and they have continually refused to give a refund or help. Customer service is very poor. I'd recommend steering clear of them completly!
Contact Toshiba !!
#14
hot.. shame it's an atx
#15
hooot
#16
Very Hot, my son has this board and it's spot on. And a bonus you get a SM951.
#17
Great deal but sold out.
#18
mamboboy
Used this board in my new build today. Seems great so far, however two downsides...
-left hand led's are permanently red - annoying as I just wanted a cool warm colour. you can disable all the lights in bios though.
-cmos jumper and battery are under where the gpu goes, so every time you need to reset the bios, you'll more than likely need to take the GPU out. such a stupid design choice!
I paid £113.48 via Flubit so v. good price if you need an SSD! :)
Gaming pro is a pretty budget board, 170A is just such an expensive chipset this time around that it's only relatively expensive compared to the past it's bottom of the barrel on the chipset. Honestly the number of times you need to clear the bios manually on a modern board is pretty low, the bios itself is usually to a degree self correcting and if you are in a state where it can't self recover manually doing it doesn't always help.

If you want the fancy post lights and buttons on the board you need to spend a bit more cash than this.
#19
It seems that they are out of stock. Does anyone asked them if they are going to add more stock with this offer, or if it was just an offer until they sell all the MOBO's that they had?

Regards
#20
mamboboy
Used this board in my new build today. Seems great so far, however two downsides...
-left hand led's are permanently red - annoying as I just wanted a cool warm colour. you can disable all the lights in bios though.
-cmos jumper and battery are under where the gpu goes, so every time you need to reset the bios, you'll more than likely need to take the GPU out. such a stupid design choice!
I paid £113.48 via Flubit so v. good price if you need an SSD! :)

one of the msi apps can control the lights, you can set them to fluctuate colours with music etc. i had a play when i first set up this board for my son last xmas, but then turned them off in the bios too since the case I got didn't have a window


Edited By: cowsindahouse on Sep 17, 2016 03:04: edit
#21
Very bad service from this company - Ordered and they billed my cc for this deal, then a week later when I chase up they say they refunded my cc charge (without notifying me) and wont be supplying this - In the meantime I've ordered memory and a cpu which I now don't need. Spoke to them on the phone and this is something that happens very often.

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