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Gigabyte Z97X-SOC Force Motherboard with FREE 8GB 2400MHZ RAM! - £179.59 delivered@ OcUK

£179.59 @ Overclockers
This Gigabyte motherboard (one of the best Z97 one's) is up on OcUK with 8GB of free TeamGroup 2400Mhz RAM for a limited time, effectively making the motherboard £110, which is a beast deal for this m… Read More
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This Gigabyte motherboard (one of the best Z97 one's) is up on OcUK with 8GB of free TeamGroup 2400Mhz RAM for a limited time, effectively making the motherboard £110, which is a beast deal for this motherboard.
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It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.
banned 6 Likes
ether707
OverScammers. Still charge £8.00 for a £170 product.

Price is actually £179.59.

oh how original, why don't you berti(whatever it was), ferrari100, etc make a scan/ocuk haters fan club. have you daily meetings elsewhere and leave this site for people to discuss the deal at hand.

and before you make yourself look stupid no I'm not a ocuk/scan fanboy/lover/whatever, just simply sick to the back teeth of the posts about how scan/ocuk/whatever are the next satan/etc. got it after the first million posts that people love to **** off these particular companies, no need for someone to post such comments in every single thread.

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banned#1
darn you, was just about to post this, saw it last night but didn't post it. been busy for the past few hours and only just got chance to come on here.

the ram is £67.99, its these ones unless I'm mistaken

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-052-TG&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=1387


Edited By: fowler002 on Jul 31, 2014 13:11
1 Like #2
OverScammers. Still charge £8.00 for a £170 product.

Price is actually £179.59.
#3
fowler002
darn you, was just about to post this, saw it last night but didn't post it. been busy for the past few hours and only just got chance to come on here.

the ram is £67.99, its these ones unless I'm mistaken

http://www.overclockers.co.uk/showproduct.php?prodid=MY-052-TG&groupid=701&catid=8&subcat=1387


:D I recognise you from the forums
(I have a different username from this on the forums)
banned 6 Likes #4
ether707
OverScammers. Still charge £8.00 for a £170 product.

Price is actually £179.59.

oh how original, why don't you berti(whatever it was), ferrari100, etc make a scan/ocuk haters fan club. have you daily meetings elsewhere and leave this site for people to discuss the deal at hand.

and before you make yourself look stupid no I'm not a ocuk/scan fanboy/lover/whatever, just simply sick to the back teeth of the posts about how scan/ocuk/whatever are the next satan/etc. got it after the first million posts that people love to **** off these particular companies, no need for someone to post such comments in every single thread.
#5
ether707
OverScammers. Still charge £8.00 for a £170 product.

Price is actually £179.59.

If you have over 250 posts on the forums it is £170 still, and also it's still a very good deal taking the postage into account!
#6
fowler002
ether707
OverScammers. Still charge £8.00 for a £170 product.

Price is actually £179.59.

oh how original, why don't you berti(whatever it was), ferrari100, etc make a scan/ocuk haters fan club. have you daily meetings elsewhere and leave this site for people to discuss the deal at hand.

and before you make yourself look stupid no I'm not a ocuk/scan fanboy/lover/whatever, just simply sick to the back teeth of the posts about how scan/ocuk/whatever are the next satan/etc. got it after the first million posts that people love to **** off these particular companies, no need for someone to post such comments in every single thread.
i dont think he claimed they were the next satan, however saying that......... ;)
11 Likes #7
It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.
2 Likes #8
ether707
It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.

Well I get free delivery with the posts, that's for sure. Also I've had great customer service etc from them, I couldnt' recommend them more tbh!

Also, keeping to the deal - you can't deny it's cheap and great value!

Edited By: AliveGhost13 on Jul 31, 2014 14:00
1 Like #9
And if anyone's wiling to sell the un needed extra ram...
banned#10
ether707
It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.

Did you even read what I wrote? Where in my post did it say it wasn't ok to like/dislike a company? Simply said there's no need for you(or others) to keep posting such comments in these deal threads, we got it after the first million times.

How is the forums free delivery misleading? If you bother to read the t&c it clearly lays out what you need to do to get the free delivery, if you can't be bothered to read/don't understand the t&c then it's you that's the problem not ocuk.

"I've heard nothing but bad things from this company"

What have they said to you that's been bad? :p
#11
Another day of angry trolling for Fowler. Has to turn everything into an argument!
#12
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks
#13
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

What's your max budget? I suggest posting here, I/others can help you out :)

http://forums.overclockers.co.uk/index.php
banned#14
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

Error, error, does not compute:

The psu a minor component? Not somewhere you want to cut any costs, unless you like your fireworks inches from your legs/face(well that's if you have your PC under/on top a deck at which you sit when using the PC).

For video editing you'd want a i7 ideallyy(4770k or 4970k if buying this particular mobo/ram bundle), but then I'm not really a video editing expert just from what I've read you're better off with an i7 due to the multi threading.
#15
fowler002
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

Error, error, does not compute:

The psu a minor component? Not somewhere you want to cut any costs, unless you like your fireworks inches from your legs/face(well that's if you have your PC under/on top a deck at which you sit when using the PC).

For video editing you'd want a i7 ideallyy(4770k or 4970k if buying this particular mobo/ram bundle), but then I'm not really a video editing expert just from what I've read you're better off with an i7 due to the multi threading.

Yes, ideally for video editing you want;

i7 4790k
16GB RAM, not 8GB
Decent GPU, not a 780-level, a 760 is great for this sort of work
Good PSU (all builds) ~550W (SuperFlower Golden Greece comes to mind)

etc
banned#16
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

If you don't plan to overclock mate, save your money on a cheaper board like something based around H97 and put the rest of the money towards an i7.

PM me if you need a hand.
#17
ether707
It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.

I've been using them for the best part of 8 years whenever there the cheapest and I have nothing but good to say about them. Delivery is always fast, not once had a faulty product, and my friend did recently get a fault 290 and he got a new one sent out the next day, along with someone to pick it up for free.

Also not sure how the forum free postage is misleading, its pretty clear actual isn't it get 250 posts and your delivery is free.
#18
wow!! quite a deal for a new build!!
#19
fowler002
no need for someone to post such comments in every single thread.

i've shopped at OCUK online and at both of their stores, for many years now, and though i will continue to shop there i only had to have one bad experience with them to understand why people complain so much.

people aught to be aware that dealing with OCUK is a risk, because it is. they don't care about their customers.
banned#20
psycho_terror
fowler002
no need for someone to post such comments in every single thread.

i've shopped at OCUK online and at both of their stores, for many years now, and though i will continue to shop there i only had to have one bad experience with them to understand why people complain so much.

people aught to be aware that dealing with OCUK is a risk, because it is. they don't care about their customers.

I think after the million one comments to that effect I think everyone is aware of that 'fact'.
Your bad experience, did one of there cs staff call you a liar over the phone? I though not, I was and you don't see me going in every ocuk thread and harp on about it.
1 Like #21
fowler002
I think after the million one comments to that effect I think everyone is aware of that 'fact'.
Your bad experience, did one of there cs staff call you a liar over the phone? I though not, I was and you don't see me going in every ocuk thread and harp on about it.

ha! not sure what calling me a liar has to do with anything, but yeah, actually they did. if by "I was" you mean they called you one too then i don't know why you feel like defending them. it's one thing to be unhelpful or negligent, but to outright abuse your customers is something i've experienced from only a tiny handful of the worst companies.

they have great buyers, and decent prices, people can see that for themselves, but places like this are the only way they'll hear about the other side of the business.
#22
Do these boards support Skylake CPUs? I've been out of the tech loop for a bit.
1 Like #23
memory is 45 +del @ newegg uk


Edited By: adilkhokhar93 on Jul 31, 2014 21:01
#24
not bad
#25
adilkhokhar93
memory is 45 +del @ newegg uk


Good to know they ship to uk. But their return terms are pretty much a pain in the *ss


International Order Return Policy
Return for refund: 7 days
Return for replacement within: 7 days
Restocking fee: Yes
Defective or damaged products that state "This item is covered by Newegg.com's International Return Policy" must have an RMA issued by Newegg within 7 days from the delivery date for this policy to apply. Products covered by this return policy may only be returned for a refund or replacement. In the event a product is returned that is not defective, the product will either be returned to the customer or the return shipping cost initially covered by Newegg will be instead be deducted from the refund amount along with any necessary restocking fee that may apply. To file an RMA, please contact Newegg customer service via email or live chat.




Their restocking fee is 15% and may apply to all sort of returns. Taking the postage and restocking fee, you probably don't have much refunded to you bank :/

Edited By: naodai_mmx on Jul 31, 2014 22:18
#26
xela333
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

If you don't plan to overclock mate, save your money on a cheaper board like something based around H97 and put the rest of the money towards an i7.

PM me if you need a hand.

You don't want to do this. You can't use RAM faster than 1600Mhz, the upgradeability is slightly less due to the fact that you won't be able to put an overclockable CPU and overclock it in the future. A decent Z97 board can be had for £66 from OcUK, about £65 for a H97 board. Why go H97?
1 Like #27
Go to the HEXUS forums (or wherever you fancy) for tech advice.

Taking it from here will only end on tears. Get the info from a public forum where everyone can comment. Don't do it over PM as I've seen so many people screw it up it's scary.
#28
Great deal 8)
#29
ether707
It's okay to dislike certain companies. Stop being such fan boy nerds. The ocuk forum free delivery is misleading.

I've heard nothing but bad things from this company and the fact that they charge £9 delivery on everything is ridiculous.

How is it misleading? You have to have x number of posts and been a member for x amount of time. It works no problem at all, very easy to do, never had one problem with it.

Overclockers of old was bad but it's very different now (they are owned by Caseking), I've had great service from them.
1 Like #30
I've been dealing with scan for years and can honestly say they've been a good company. Not offering free delivery doesn't mean anything. Delivery costs are always factored into product pricing anyway.
#31
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

Go for an i7, depending on your workload pick one with sufficient rated speed (GHz), I'd recommend i7 4790K, comes factory over clocked. More ram is required, I'd say 16GB (2400MHz). Don't cut on PSU, make sure to get a 80+ Bronze minimum, but get one that has enough Watts for your PC (Google "PSU calculator"). Some people have a small PC that uses 300W but that get 1000W cheap PSU, where a 400W 80+ Would do. Also, get a GPU in your budget, as pretty much any recent GPU is better than a Intel Integrated GPU at the moment. Most video editors are GPU accelerated now.

You can cut on the case and fans but I'd recommend an after market CPU heat sink, CM Hyper 212 EVO, if you want it to run smoothly.

If an i7 is not in your budget then get an i5, but try for a i7 as you need the 8 threads for video editing.

Edited By: AytacK on Aug 01, 2014 00:00: addition
#32
AytacK
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

Go for an i7, depending on your workload pick one with sufficient rated speed (GHz), I'd recommend i7 4790K, comes factory over clocked. More ram is required, I'd say 16GB (2400MHz). Don't cut on PSU, make sure to get a 80+ Bronze minimum, but get one that has enough Watts for your PC (Google "PSU calculator"). Some people have a small PC that uses 300W but that get 1000W cheap PSU, where a 400W 80+ Would do. Also, get a GPU in your budget, as pretty much any recent GPU is better than a Intel Integrated GPU at the moment. Most video editors are GPU accelerated now.

You can cut on the case and fans but I'd recommend an after market CPU heat sink, CM Hyper 212 EVO, if you want it to run smoothly.

Hyper 212 Evo isn't great value now, look at the Raijintek range on OcUK/post on their forums


:o This has got hot

Edited By: AliveGhost13 on Jul 31, 2014 23:58
#33
AliveGhost13
AytacK
jiraiya
Hi AliveGhost13 and Fowler002 and anyone else!

Can you recommend to me any other components to complete a pc build I could couple with this motherboard and ram deal, which represent the most bang for my buck?

I am looking to create an i5 based build for video editing, but want to maximise what I get for my money, and you guys seem up on what's a currently a steal where it comes to pc components..

Rough guide as to what i'm looking for:

i5 processor
8gb ram is sufficient
at least 1TB HDD

As for all the other minor components, such as fans, the case, and PSU - I would be most grateful to know where I can cut costs here...

Many thanks

Go for an i7, depending on your workload pick one with sufficient rated speed (GHz), I'd recommend i7 4790K, comes factory over clocked. More ram is required, I'd say 16GB (2400MHz). Don't cut on PSU, make sure to get a 80+ Bronze minimum, but get one that has enough Watts for your PC (Google "PSU calculator"). Some people have a small PC that uses 300W but that get 1000W cheap PSU, where a 400W 80+ Would do. Also, get a GPU in your budget, as pretty much any recent GPU is better than a Intel Integrated GPU at the moment. Most video editors are GPU accelerated now.

You can cut on the case and fans but I'd recommend an after market CPU heat sink, CM Hyper 212 EVO, if you want it to run smoothly.

Hyper 212 Evo isn't great value now, look at the Raijintek range on OcUK/post on their forums


:o This has got hot

Yes I guess so but the Hyper 212 EVO is always in stock so I thought it would be better to recommend that. They're very similarly priced.
banned#34
Can buy a pc for this.

Ripoff.
banned#35
lolyehright
Can buy a pc for this.

Ripoff.

Yeah if you like waiting an eternity before you can do anything :p
#36
M0rg0th
Do these boards support Skylake CPUs? I've been out of the tech loop for a bit.

No >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LGA_1151

Edited By: fishmaster on Aug 01, 2014 09:25: <>
#37
Looks a good board, so long as you are ok with Haswell OC temps - there are some detailed helpful reviews over at newegg.
What SSD would ppl recommend with the Sata Express port?
Voted Hot...
banned#38
Hootwo
Looks a good board, so long as you are ok with Haswell OC temps - there are some detailed helpful reviews over at newegg.
What SSD would ppl recommend with the Sata Express port?
Voted Hot...

Can't comment on the ssd but as for the oc temps, while I have no personal experience but have read that the devil canyon cpus(4790k, 4690k) don't run as hot as the haswell ones(4670k, 4770k).
banned#39
Why has this expired? Still papers to be in stock with the free ram
#40
fowler002
Why has this expired? Still papers to be in stock with the free ram
Dunno mate, think I put a wrong date - how can I "unexpire" it?

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