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EVGA 700 W 80 Plus Bronze B1 Series PC Power Supply Unit - £58.62 @ Amazon

£58.62 @ Amazon
I have found it on amazon.co.uk. I thought someone would find it useful, because it is almost 50% discount. "Product Description The EVGA 700B Power Supply is the best value for your next build. … Read More
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1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
I have found it on amazon.co.uk. I thought someone would find it useful, because it is almost 50% discount.

"Product Description
The EVGA 700B Power Supply is the best value for your next build. With 80 Plus Bronze standard, over 80% efficiency under typical loads, the EVGA 700B is a great choice. Combining 700W of continuous power make and a single +12V supporting 56A, make this the perfect power supply for a high performance system. Stay protected with a series of multiple safety protections all bundled into one!

Box Contains
1 x Power Supply
power Cable/adapter"
DarrenHerondale Avatar
1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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P&P with Scan through Amazon is £5.28 and hasn't been included in the price above; making it £63.90.

Amazon have price matched scan and undercut them by 1p at £60.47 (direct).
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7% off with flubit make it £56.16, now that's a deal.
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no one would ever buy a bronze psu for £100.

amazon just make up rrps all the time. it's the price it should be if not a little over.

Edited By: plath on Mar 11, 2017 00:15
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plath
no one would ever buy a bronze psu for £100.
amazon just make up rrps all the time. it's the price it should be if not a little over.
I paid 65 for a 650 G2, not a chance would I be spending to close to this on a bronze PSU.

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