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Thermaltake Core P5 Mid Tower ATX Case - Acrylic Side £107.94 from Eclipse Computers

£107.94 @ Eclipse Computers
Not a basic case, very much for the enthusiast. Lowest price though. http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002732 https://youtu.be/VS6PJ49SpC8 Read More
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Not a basic case, very much for the enthusiast. Lowest price though.

http://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002732

https://youtu.be/VS6PJ49SpC8
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Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
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106 including delivery http://it-supplier.co.uk/thermaltake-core-p5-ca-1e7-00m1wn-00
https://s22.postimg.io/gew7k62kx/IMG_20160629_192451063.jpg
Have one, best case ever
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Have not heard that name in ages.

I ordered a motherboard from eclipse computers that was faulty. I kept phoning them, sent them letters, they were rude and I had the phone slammed down on me. This was after sending back the faulty motherboard with the rma no.

That dragged on for weeks.

I ended up taking them to court. They never turned up and I won the case. A cheque was then sent to me a few days later. No letter of apology, just the cheque in the envelope (2nd class stamp)

They had to pay court costs.

Stay away because their customer service does not exist.

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2 Likes #1
Got one of these and they are good. Mainly for pc enthusiasts but fun to build.
#2
s1m0n1980
Got one of these and they are good. Mainly for pc enthusiasts but fun to build.

Got strong armed into doing a build for a friend, they insisted on this case, I've heard nothing but good things about it from a quality perspective.
2 Likes #3
Wish it wasn't open frame and had panels all the way around.
#4
same price on amazon
#5
sorry 4p more expensive
#6
mrcyco
sorry 4p more expensive
Yeah, the Eclipse price is literally the lowest we found, not that there's much in it
24 Likes #7
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
#8
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.

If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?
1 Like #9
New2Deals
s1m0n1980
Got one of these and they are good. Mainly for pc enthusiasts but fun to build.

Got strong armed into doing a build for a friend, they insisted on this case, I've heard nothing but good things about it from a quality perspective.


Only downside I found was the pice raiser cable for the GPU it seems to be a common fault as they bend it for packaging. They replaced it without issues. It's an amazing case . Big but nice. I call it computer porn as my computer is. NOw naked :)
1 Like #10
On a side not if you want to use and all in one liquid cooler you need the AIO brackets which you can get for 12 to 15 quid on scan and not the 30 to 40 quid other places charge.
5 Likes #11
106 including delivery http://it-supplier.co.uk/thermaltake-core-p5-ca-1e7-00m1wn-00
https://s22.postimg.io/gew7k62kx/IMG_20160629_192451063.jpg
Have one, best case ever
1 Like #12
New2Deals
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?

They're legally allowed to send me marketing emails if they have my explicit consent, and they are legally obliged to stop sending me their marketing emails if I revoke permission. They didn't.

And no, I stuck with emailing them, which is the communication method with which they were quite happy to engage, until I started asking for my money back. Do you think they would have suddenly started honouring their legal obligations if I'd used an alternative means to communicate with them? Do you think I should have to?
#13
dxx
New2Deals
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?
They're legally allowed to send me marketing emails if they have my explicit consent, and they are legally obliged to stop sending me their marketing emails if I revoke permission. They didn't.
And no, I stuck with emailing them, which is the communication method with which they were quite happy to engage, until I started asking for my money back. Do you think they would have suddenly started honouring their legal obligations if I'd used an alternative means to communicate with them? Do you think I should have to?

I think the law states that they can contact you if you are a customer, which you were. They are legally obligated to stop sending you emails when you request it. I suggested a method other than email since it's clearly not working for you. For all you know you are marked as SPAM in their system and they're simply not seeing your emails. Communication does not seem to be your strong point. And you've posted here that you spent time signing them up for things they've no relation to and hoped to have a negative impact on their sales. This is actually illegal.
#14
New2Deals
dxx
New2Deals
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?
They're legally allowed to send me marketing emails if they have my explicit consent, and they are legally obliged to stop sending me their marketing emails if I revoke permission. They didn't.
And no, I stuck with emailing them, which is the communication method with which they were quite happy to engage, until I started asking for my money back. Do you think they would have suddenly started honouring their legal obligations if I'd used an alternative means to communicate with them? Do you think I should have to?
I think the law states that they can contact you if you are a customer, which you were. They are legally obligated to stop sending you emails when you request it. I suggested a method other than email since it's clearly not working for you. For all you know you are marked as SPAM in their system and they're simply not seeing your emails. Communication does not seem to be your strong point. And you've posted here that you spent time signing them up for things they've no relation to and hoped to have a negative impact on their sales. This is actually illegal.

Cite?
#15
dxx
New2Deals
dxx
New2Deals
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?
They're legally allowed to send me marketing emails if they have my explicit consent, and they are legally obliged to stop sending me their marketing emails if I revoke permission. They didn't.
And no, I stuck with emailing them, which is the communication method with which they were quite happy to engage, until I started asking for my money back. Do you think they would have suddenly started honouring their legal obligations if I'd used an alternative means to communicate with them? Do you think I should have to?
I think the law states that they can contact you if you are a customer, which you were. They are legally obligated to stop sending you emails when you request it. I suggested a method other than email since it's clearly not working for you. For all you know you are marked as SPAM in their system and they're simply not seeing your emails. Communication does not seem to be your strong point. And you've posted here that you spent time signing them up for things they've no relation to and hoped to have a negative impact on their sales. This is actually illegal.
Cite?

Which part? If you mean your communications issues this is a pretty good example.

Edited By: New2Deals on Sep 16, 2016 16:10
#16
dezontk
Wish it wasn't open frame and had panels all the way around.

You'd be surprised how many people buy it thinking it is..
1 Like #17
Looks pretty interesting. Obviously, not the best acoustically but it's good to see case manufacturers doing something different from a visual design standpoint.

https://www.eclipsecomputers.com/images/products/xl/CAT-P5_3.jpg


Edited By: Picard123 on Sep 16, 2016 18:02
#18
This looks like some mad scientist's contraption!

Anyone know what that digital monitoring screen is at 3:20 in the video?

https://youtu.be/NhhS7yAmWKo?t=199

Edited By: Picard123 on Sep 16, 2016 18:15
2 Likes #19
I'd pay the extra and get it from Amazon to be honest!

Eclipse aren't great from my experience
2 Likes #20
Picard123
Looks pretty interesting. Obviously, not the best acoustically but it's good to see case manufacturers doing something different from a visual design standpoint.https://www.eclipsecomputers.com/images/products/xl/CAT-P5_3.jpg

2 random pipes at the bottom going nowhere... definitely "for illustration purposes only"...
#21
They can contact you but they are not allowed to send any form of marketing with out explicit consent.

B2b has different laws but b2c is very strict.

Sorry for the long quote I'm using my mobile :)

New2Deals
dxx
New2Deals
dxx
Hah, Eclipse Computers. I ordered a harddrive from them once - they took my money, never shipped the drive, and ignored any emails I sent them about it. They also signed me up to their spam list, and wouldn't honour my request to unsubscribe. So, for the last six or seven years, whenever a website's asked me for an email address, I've always given [email protected] . I hope it's wasted plenty of their time and helped them to miss out on lots of sales.
If you are a customer they're allowed legally to send you marketing emails. Did you try phoning them?
They're legally allowed to send me marketing emails if they have my explicit consent, and they are legally obliged to stop sending me their marketing emails if I revoke permission. They didn't.
And no, I stuck with emailing them, which is the communication method with which they were quite happy to engage, until I started asking for my money back. Do you think they would have suddenly started honouring their legal obligations if I'd used an alternative means to communicate with them? Do you think I should have to?
I think the law states that they can contact you if you are a customer, which you were. They are legally obligated to stop sending you emails when you request it. I suggested a method other than email since it's clearly not working for you. For all you know you are marked as SPAM in their system and they're simply not seeing your emails. Communication does not seem to be your strong point. And you've posted here that you spent time signing them up for things they've no relation to and hoped to have a negative impact on their sales. This is actually illegal.


Edited By: limpduck on Sep 17, 2016 11:18
2 Likes #22
Picard123
This looks like some mad scientist's contraption!
Anyone know what that digital monitoring screen is at 3:20 in the video?https://youtu.be/NhhS7yAmWKo?t=199

Info Here :)

Edited By: Jonj1611 on Sep 17, 2016 11:43
#23
Jonj1611
Picard123
This looks like some mad scientist's contraption!
Anyone know what that digital monitoring screen is at 3:20 in the video?https://youtu.be/NhhS7yAmWKo?t=199
Info Here :)
That's not the same machine.
#24
Hand down Amazon over eclipse
#26
Would a 1070 fit in this?
2 Likes #27
scotia2
That's not the same machine.

Thanks but they didn't ask about the machine, they were asking what the LCD display is.


Edited By: Jonj1611 on Sep 17, 2016 12:07
5 Likes #28
Have not heard that name in ages.

I ordered a motherboard from eclipse computers that was faulty. I kept phoning them, sent them letters, they were rude and I had the phone slammed down on me. This was after sending back the faulty motherboard with the rma no.

That dragged on for weeks.

I ended up taking them to court. They never turned up and I won the case. A cheque was then sent to me a few days later. No letter of apology, just the cheque in the envelope (2nd class stamp)

They had to pay court costs.

Stay away because their customer service does not exist.
#29
Wanted this case after my mate showed me it.

Would take some planning to get this looking good. Awesome price!
#30
scotia2
Picard123
Looks pretty interesting. Obviously, not the best acoustically but it's good to see case manufacturers doing something different from a visual design standpoint.https://www.eclipsecomputers.com/images/products/xl/CAT-P5_3.jpg
2 random pipes at the bottom going nowhere... definitely "for illustration purposes only"...

You mean the two drains? Not for illustration purposes but it is fairly standard when building a custom watercooling loop to add a drain at the lowest point you can, in this particular loop with a vertical mounted res alongside the radiator it would be needed
#31
yay i can see all the dust now
#32
Bowey
Would a 1070 fit in this?
Yes. I have inno3d 1070, right now, plenty of space

Edited By: kristapsl on Sep 17, 2016 12:49
1 Like #33
Picard123
Looks pretty interesting. Obviously, not the best acoustically but it's good to see case manufacturers doing something different from a visual design standpoint.https://www.eclipsecomputers.com/images/products/xl/CAT-P5_3.jpg

in-Win that's where you need to look if you want to see different, such as the In-Win H Tower, InWin H-Frame, In-Win D Frame they make this tower look pedestrian.
#35
Jonj1611
scotia2
That's not the same machine.
Thanks but they didn't ask about the machine, they were asking what the LCD display is.
You misquoted me and edited. Thanks.
#36
this looks like a great case. Won't buy now but will certainly look to purchase for my next build! heat!
#37
i love the look of this case, how is it with dust as its pretty open?
1 Like #38
scotia2
Picard123
Looks pretty interesting. Obviously, not the best acoustically but it's good to see case manufacturers doing something different from a visual design standpoint.https://www.eclipsecomputers.com/images/products/xl/CAT-P5_3.jpg
2 random pipes at the bottom going nowhere... definitely "for illustration purposes only"...
Those two pipes are for filling / draining the system.
#39
Don't buy from Eclipse pay the extra somewhere else.
1 Like #40
I've always wanted to be able to see all the dust gathering in every corner of my PC.

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