gigabyte lga 1151 matx/flex atx motherboard h110m-s2h *B-stock manufacturer repaired, signs of use* £19.99 + delivery @ Novatech - HotUKDeals
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gigabyte lga 1151 matx/flex atx motherboard h110m-s2h *B-stock manufacturer repaired, signs of use* £19.99 + delivery @ Novatech £22.38

£22.38 @ Novatech
I picked this up before when it was last in stock and it came looking brand new with I/O shield and sata cables in sealed packets 8 in stock at time of posting Cheapest delivery £2.39 REFURB … Read More
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banned3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago
I picked this up before when it was last in stock and it came looking brand new with I/O shield and sata cables in sealed packets

8 in stock at time of posting

Cheapest delivery £2.39

REFURB

If you want a really small case to fit this in look at my most recent deal... it's an mini itx case but will actually fit this motherboard in

I recently picked up a g4560 to throw in it
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#1
I would avoid repaired ones. Usually they tend to break in the future.
banned#2
Rimi
I would avoid repaired ones. Usually they tend to break in the future.


I'd usually agree if it was a more expensive overclocking motherboard

At this price there isn't much risk
#3
babswatkins
I recently picked up a g4560 to throw in it
Presumably you will need a Skylake cpu to boot this in order to upgrade the BIOS for Kaby Lake cpus?
banned#4
brookheather
babswatkins
I recently picked up a g4560 to throw in it
Presumably you will need a Skylake cpu to boot this in order to upgrade the BIOS for Kaby Lake cpus?


Correct... used my 6600k
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babswatkins
Rimi
I would avoid repaired ones. Usually they tend to break in the future.
I'd usually agree if it was a more expensive overclocking motherboard
At this price there isn't much risk
there is £22 worth of risk.
#6
Honestly people make to big a deal about factory refurbs, they are no more likely to fail than *brand new*. This is a great price.
#7
catbeans
Honestly people make to big a deal about factory refurbs, they are no more likely to fail than *brand new*. This is a great price.

It just your thoughts.
I met many, who had repaired/refurbished motherboards and they failed in next 3-5 months.
#8
Honestly people make to big a deal about factory refurbs, they are no more likely to fail than *brand new*. This is a great price.

quote]I met many, who had repaired/refurbished motherboards and they failed in next 3-5 months.[/quote]
All opinions - everyone has one like everyone has an ****. Some documented proof one way or the other would help.
#9
catbeans
Honestly people make to big a deal about factory refurbs, they are no more likely to fail than *brand new*. This is a great price.
ye, the 90 day warranty gives me great confidence. Now compare that to a dyson refurb, where they give you a 2 year warranty. #justsayin
#10
bouncy99
catbeans
Honestly people make to big a deal about factory refurbs, they are no more likely to fail than *brand new*. This is a great price.
ye, the 90 day warranty gives me great confidence. Now compare that to a dyson refurb, where they give you a 2 year warranty. #justsayin

by law you have 6 monts (minimum)
#11
thanks for this OP, I've gone for it to replace my DDR3 Skylake motherboard seeing as its so cheap
#12
Oos
#13
All gone now
#14
If the people who purchased this are looking for quality ram at a good price, Amazon have HyperX Fury 4gb sticks of DDR4 2133mhz at £23.59 each so I picked up two. Bit of a wait on them though.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00TY6A2Z4/ref=ya_st_dp_summary
#15
thanks again OP, mine arrived today, boxed and sealed. The only thing missing was the instructions (who cares?). I have some DDR4 ram on the way but this was a great buy for a £50 - £60 motherboard.
banned#16
carsick77
thanks again OP, mine arrived today, boxed and sealed. The only thing missing was the instructions (who cares?). I have some DDR4 ram on the way but this was a great buy for a £50 - £60 motherboard.


If you need the manual you can find it on the gigabyte product page online... I always need it for the front panel connections lol

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