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Corsair 3200C16R 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Vengeance LED DDR4 Memory Kit - Red £137.47 Amazon Prime

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Corsair CMU16GX4M2C3200C16R 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Vengeance LED DDR4 Memory Kit - Red £137.47 Technical Details Brand Corsair Item Weight 41 g Product Dimensions 13.5 x 0.7 x 5 cm Item model num… Read More
Corsair CMU16GX4M2C3200C16R 16 GB (2 x 8 GB) Vengeance LED DDR4 Memory Kit - Red £137.47 Technical Details Brand Corsair Item Weight 41 g Product Dimensions 13.5 x 0.7 x 5 cm Item model num…
buckiebull Avatar1w, 3d agoFound 1 week, 3 days ago4 Comments
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I got the White version of this for £105 last week :)
White LED that's a great price!


There £110 now + £5.90 Delivery + £5 Newsletter Discount...

https://m.alza.co.uk/corsair-16-gigabytes-kit-ddr4-dram-vengeance-3200mhz-cl16-led-white-led-d4373304.htm?catid=18858911&utm_source=pricespy_UK&utm_medium=product
harisonwright
I got the White version of this for £105 last week :)
White LED that's a great price!
I got the White version of this for £105 last week :)
jesus the price of ram if gaming i woild just go for the slower speeds their are a few videos on youtube it does not improve fps that much
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Corsair CC-9011017-WW Carbide Series 300R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Performance Computer Case - Black - £45.46 @ Amazon

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Oversized, tinted window with room for dual 120mm or 140mm fans Room for graphics cards up to 450mm long. Keep your system cool with up to 7 fan mount locations. Built-in compatibility for SSDs in Read More
Oversized, tinted window with room for dual 120mm or 140mm fans Room for graphics cards up to 450mm long. Keep your system cool with up to 7 fan mount locations. Built-in compatibility for SSDs in
yoyelp Avatar1w, 5d agoFound 1 week, 5 days ago8 Comments
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Loved the Q6600 mine fried after cpu fan led snapped gutted!
Looks like a nice case, just bought one for my upcoming ryzen build. My 10 year old Q6600 system is long overdue for an upgrade! Thanks OP
Great price. Been using the non-windowed version for 3 years and it's a good case, lots of space and easy to get your parts installed, but I do wish it had a cover for the top which is just a bent mesh panel full of holes that let dust in.
B3aver
Great price was looking at this yesterday and decided on the phanteks p400s glass as it was cheaper and had glass heat from me anyway :D


Bit more £85 then found it cheaper :/
B3aver
Great price was looking at this yesterday and decided on the phanteks p400s glass as it was cheaper and had glass heat from me anyway :D


What price did you pay for the p400s?
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CORSAIR MM200 Extended Gaming Surface - Black - £17.99 - Amazon - Prime Exclusive

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The cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel! :) £17.99 https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B0149QBQE4 Read More
The cheapest it's ever been according to camelcamelcamel! :) £17.99 https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/product/B0149QBQE4
mrbennett09 Avatar2w, 10h agoFound 2 weeks, 10 hours ago3 Comments
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My kids have one of these and the newer MM300 with stitched edges. This one is fraying quite badly after a year but the MM300 is good as new. Corsair dropped the MM300 down to £14.99 in November last year, hopefully son number one's MM200 will last until they next do another sale so I can replace it.


That was a price error. I remember that
My kids have one of these and the newer MM300 with stitched edges. This one is fraying quite badly after a year but the MM300 is good as new. Corsair dropped the MM300 down to £14.99 in November last year, hopefully son number one's MM200 will last until they next do another sale so I can replace it.
https://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B0149QBQE4/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en
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Corsair K70 Rapidfire RGB mechanical keyboard £119.99 @ Amazon

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Just noticed this while buying a K65 RGB rapid fire that it's quite a bit cheaper than most sites K65 rapid fire (no num keys) is 119.99 K70 lux is RED Switches 129.99 k70 Lux brown switches… Read More
Just noticed this while buying a K65 RGB rapid fire that it's quite a bit cheaper than most sites K65 rapid fire (no num keys) is 119.99 K70 lux is RED Switches 129.99 k70 Lux brown switches…
martynpd Avatar4w, 1d agoFound 4 weeks, 1 day ago5 Comments
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I wouldn't pay more than £50 for mechanical keyboard.
What mechanical keyboard would you recommend for under £50? I've been thinking of getting something with proper switches as I bought a nasty cheap one from Amazon for about £15 and its not great. Any recommends would be great.
I know right
I wouldn't pay more than £50 for mechanical keyboard.
Yup
Doh someone already posted it :(
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Corsair Void Wireless RGB 7.1 Headset - £69.99 @ Maplin

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Picked this up at Maplin's on sale. Seems to be available this price in other stores at the moment. This is the wireless RGB version. Pricing History https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Corsair-CA-9011… Read More
Picked this up at Maplin's on sale. Seems to be available this price in other stores at the moment. This is the wireless RGB version. Pricing History https://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Corsair-CA-9011…
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Corsair K70 Rapidfire Cherry MX Speed Performance Multi-Colour RGB Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £119.99 @ Amazon

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Lowest price it's ever been on Amazon according to the Camels! Very well reviewed keyboard. :) Read More
Lowest price it's ever been on Amazon according to the Camels! Very well reviewed keyboard. :)
ajavaid92 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago3 Comments
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Also, if anyone is interested in trying out a factory refurbished version at Scan UK

It's not the same, that's got the Cherry red switches not the rapidfire version.
Also, if anyone is interested in trying out a factory refurbished version at Scan UK
Also at Very of all places for this price for poverty stricken credit based people...
http://www.very.co.uk/corsair-pc-gaming-k70-rgb-rapidfire-mechanical-keyboard/1600087960.prd
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Corsair Voyager 128GB USB 3.0 Flash Drive 190 MB/s Read 60 MB/s Write £23.74 mymemory with code

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Good price for fast usb 3.0 memory stick SAVOO5 code for 5% off http://www.corsair.com/en-us/flash-voyager-128gb-usb-3-0-flash-drive Read More
Good price for fast usb 3.0 memory stick SAVOO5 code for 5% off http://www.corsair.com/en-us/flash-voyager-128gb-usb-3-0-flash-drive
pavel76 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago8 Comments
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Nice one ta, ordered one
Seems good for the money. Ordered one. Heat added :D
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WOW this is one he'll of a deal being a Corsair Voyager 128GB.
Last year I got the 64GB for just over £40, I thought that was good, these USB flash drives are fantastic Heat Added
What's the build quality like?

Decent and the casing is nice and robust. But you can remove the rubber casing (with a bit of effort) and you're just left with a plastic memory stick. These are ridiculously quick though, very good if you're in a rush to move or retrieve data.
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Corsair K70 RGB Rapidfire Mechanical Keyboard £119.99 at Very

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According to its price history, this is the cheapest the keyboard has ever been - It's never had its price reduced apparently, being a continuous £150ish since its launch. It is rapidfire and rgb, Read More
According to its price history, this is the cheapest the keyboard has ever been - It's never had its price reduced apparently, being a continuous £150ish since its launch. It is rapidfire and rgb,
AlexJohn73 Avatar1m, 1w agoFound 1 month, 1 week ago3 Comments
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+ 1 heat OP. Great keyboard and good discount from other sellers.
Not sure why this is cold other than the selling vendor.
Great keyboard and this is a very very good price. Heat added.
Excellent price. Good find for this keyboard
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Corsair CH-9000224-UK K30 Red Backlit Gaming Keyboard £32.99 Amazon

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looks like a ok deal, seems to be around the £40 mark on other sites. some product details Customisable colour backlighting Six programmable G-keys allows up to 18 of your favourite presets and Read More
looks like a ok deal, seems to be around the £40 mark on other sites. some product details Customisable colour backlighting Six programmable G-keys allows up to 18 of your favourite presets and
stefw82 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago11 Comments
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Also got one from maplins for a similar price.

Like the fact that the keys don't make as much noise as my mechanical keyboard.

Overall a good keyboard.
just bought one from my local maplins, same price....
Brilliant keyboard, definitely worth the price! Not mechanical but definitely would buy again, might have to buy another one actually
lol aye condom would have helped
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stefw82
nope, its some type of membrane/rubber dome. i had the K55 version and enjoyed it until one of my kids spilled water on it:(


Kids eh, I had a brand new Xbox 360 Elite got a phone call whilst at work, son ripped out DVD Tray oO


You guys should of wore a condom. Kids are retarded
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Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse - Black £46.99 @ Game

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Format: Ultra light weight and superior accuracy for fast gameplay Ultra light weight at just 100g, the Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB 6,400 DPI gaming mouse offers easy comfort and fluid reach… Read More
Format: Ultra light weight and superior accuracy for fast gameplay Ultra light weight at just 100g, the Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB 6,400 DPI gaming mouse offers easy comfort and fluid reach…
Khal90 Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago1 Comment
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£2 cheaper on Amazon
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Corsair Carbide Series 88R mATX Case £24.21 @ BT Shop

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will not likely be ordered but i dont think the product is discontinued so im not sure, good luck Read More
will not likely be ordered but i dont think the product is discontinued so im not sure, good luck
JimBobJr Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago10 Comments
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Hi VardX,

We take price errors VERY seriously and proactively support this community by commenting and helping customers directly.

In this instance we did have some stock at that price and some customers have had their orders fulfilled - due to demand some orders were taken while the product was being moved to discontinued - you'll be notified if your orders are cancelled.

Thanks
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vardx
**** hate bt shop.
Ordered something before and canceled after.
Them they start spamming me with email ads...
I really think they do it in purpose. They should be penalized for this ****.

Is not because it's not a real shop but an affiliate site of Ebuyer for someone like that.
**** hate bt shop.

Ordered something before and canceled after.

Them they start spamming me with email ads...

I really think they do it in purpose. They should be penalized for this ****.
If it ever does come in stock that about the right price for a poor quality case. Good design but not for me due to the weak steel and the silly grill on the top - no good for because that's where my cup of tea sits :-)
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Corsair AF 140mm White Led £14.56 Delivered @ Ebuyer

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Mfr part code: CO-9050017-WLED Corsair  AF140 LED White Quiet Edition High Airflow 140mm Fan Superior cooling performance and LED illumination Corsair Air Series LED high airflow PC case fans… Read More
Mfr part code: CO-9050017-WLED Corsair  AF140 LED White Quiet Edition High Airflow 140mm Fan Superior cooling performance and LED illumination Corsair Air Series LED high airflow PC case fans…
Pookiepoo Avatar1m, 2w agoFound 1 month, 2 weeks ago6 Comments
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£13.32 on Amazon
Is that a swastika I see?
Danze1984
Amazon have a 2 pack for less than £20.
That is either the 120mm or the SP version
Amazon have a 2 pack for less than £20.
I have 2 of these on my heatsink and they are great.
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Corsair CC-9011017-WW Carbide Series 300R Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Performance Computer Case - Black at Amazon for £55.47

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Didn't realise I still had a camelcamelcamel alert set for when this drops below £64. Seems like it has dropped significantly for whatever reason and it's at it's lowest ever price. Not a bad looking Read More
Didn't realise I still had a camelcamelcamel alert set for when this drops below £64. Seems like it has dropped significantly for whatever reason and it's at it's lowest ever price. Not a bad looking
mos_ftw Avatar1m, 4w agoFound 1 month, 4 weeks ago8 Comments
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babswatkins
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol
Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure
No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled
Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans
I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst
Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340
I can only agree. I've got the non windowed case version too and it's a dust magnet. The filters do sod all.

It's not all bad, the hdd caddies are nice and my h100 coole radiator fits in the top nicely.

Overall, I can't recommend this case.
get a phanteks or fractal design case instead. simples.
babswatkins
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol

Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure

No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled

Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans

I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst

Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340


apart from fans is there anything wrong with Nzxt H440? I'm think about buying non window version for Ryzen build and replace fans with Noctua..
The price dropped because nobody buy it. This should be the normal price for this case.
The non windowed version of this case was the first ever case I built in and it's awful lol

Dust gets in through every single crack even with positive air pressure

No cable grommets and the hard drive caddies rattled

Included fans got thrown out after a weeks use as they are so loud... louder than the awful nzxth440 fans

I've built in tons of corsair cases and still have a server in a 650d and the quality is terrible but this case is by far the worst

Much better cases out there on the market at this price... I would recommend fractal or the nzxt s340

Edited By: babswatkins on Feb 25, 2017 21:26: .
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Corsair vengeance 16gb ddr4 2400mhz £56.00 / £60.28 delivered @ BT Shop

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I saw a similar price on corsair ddr3 ram last week and was tempted to upgrade, looked again and saw this was available, good price if you use ddr4. Try your luck. Read More
I saw a similar price on corsair ddr3 ram last week and was tempted to upgrade, looked again and saw this was available, good price if you use ddr4. Try your luck.
Gowlande Avatar2m, 6d agoFound 2 months, 6 days ago97 Comments
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Don't fight! Buy whichever ram you want to. Not everyone can afford to spend £120 for a 3000Mhz ram. I would anytime go for 2400 one if it costs me anywhere around 70 for that gives a better value cost wise.
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I bought 32GB 4x8Gb DDR4 HyperX 2133 MHz from EBay brand new £80 including delivery and he has 24 strips left.
That's a cracking deal. You would never know the difference between 2133 and 3000+ on DDR4 anyway, from all the testing I have done.
Oh, what testing have you done?
Last week someone here was doubting all of the articles that claim faster memory produces better in-game results (they didn't have a counter-argument or source showing the opposite, they were just making contrary statements based on nothing... other than the fact that they'd bought 2133 ;)). Despite their incredibly poor argument for memory speed not making a difference, it did make me wonder if the results were a) reproducible and b) even noticeable.
A friend of mine has an i5-6600K with a 6GB 1060 and 16GB of DDR4-3200, and so we tried some of the games that seemed to benefit from faster memory. Testing was easy - just change the game settings to be high enough to average above 60, with some dips below 60 during playtime. On Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and The Witcher 3, the difference between 2133 and 3200 is absolutely unmissable, whether you're watching or playing. The hitches are frequent and noticeable at 2133 in many areas (although some places, like that radioactive desert place in Fallout 4, didn't drop below 60 on either). We also tried The Division, to see if we could reproduce others' claims that there's no difference, and sure enough, we couldn't tell any.
Finally, as another friend was joining us, we set up Fallout 4 again (starting from Diamond City), but lied to our friend about which setting he was trying each time, so he was using the memory at 2133 when he thought it was 3200. He claimed the "2133" was much better, and suggested that the system must be automatically lowering the latency to give the "improved" performance (we set up everything manually, by the way - timings were consistent) - so that seemed to show conclusively that there's a noticeable improvement.
We wanted to test Ryse due to its claimed sometimes-hilarious performance on 2133, but none of us owned it a week ago - and now we all own it from that Humble Bundle that came out a couple of days later! I'm not sure if we'll get back to testing it.
So, what games did you test? And what memory speeds?
Sounds like you guys know how to have a good time!
Memory speed will benefit any CPU bound games (FO4, 1-2 others) but we're talking apparently 1%-3% in terms of FPS, so 2FPS average gain @ 60FPS, but in GPU based games that won't be as evident if at all.
In terms of % cost increase from 2400 to 3200, you need to decide is that's worth while.
Oh, I do apologise. Please excuse us for taking an hour and a half to pursue our interests (and for me to personally check whether or not it's worth spending extra money on faster RAM for a new build next month). No doubt when you've finished coolly writing your comments about memory speed on a UK deals website, you immediately take a limo across to your private jet, fly to Italy and spend the rest of the day playing electric guitar in the Colosseum. :{
But I am interested in a source for your numbers - only three games will see a max of a 3% improvement? That doesn't match either my personal experience, or the articles available on the subject - and, as you've fallen into the trap of thinking the average frames per second is the important figure in this case, I think that exposes just what an expert you are on the subject. ;) As mentioned repeatedly by everyone with any experience or technical knowledge, it's the minimum frame rates where you see/feel the benefit, and it's a lot more than 3% in most 2015-onwards AAA games. Let me guess: you're another DDR4-2133 owner? I'm sorry if that's the case, but please don't be that horrible kind of person that wants everyone else to make the same mistake you've made.
Seriously, I'd love to go for a beer with you. Life and soul of the party!
Fortunately I rely on other [more informed] journalists and tech review sites to source my information, but getting my mates over to my bedroom for a day blindfolding each other sounds like a great day too.
Oh, I'm sorry. I think my use of English confused you. When I said that I was seeing if the results in published articles were reproducible and noticeable on our home systems, what I meant was... hmmm, how to dumb it down further? We were taking a tiny bit of time to see if the articles were lying. Spoiler alert: they weren't.
I'm also sorry to hear that you have some terrible wasting disease that means that 90 minutes is a full day for you. I'm healthy, so I get 16-17 hours of waking time each day. 90 minutes of playing games and drinking whisky with friends [real friends who I can meet in real life, if you're unfamiliar with the concept] before going out for the evening doesn't exactly destroy a day for us. I'm not sure where the blindfolding comes from, though..? We usually don't do that until after we get back in. :{
Thank you for referencing Ars, TomsHardware and Techspot before then going on to produce benchmarks from... TechBuyersGuru. :D It's good to see you do have a sense of humour after all. (And, unless I'm much mistaken, weren't those taken from a quad-channel X99 system? :D Hardly representative for gamers in general, let alone the HUKD crowd!) You'll obviously see more benefit on a dual-channel system - and either you're technically-inept, and you didn't know the difference; or you did know, and purposely chose to use unrepresentative benchmarks to win Internet points at the risk of giving bad purchasing advice to everyone else reading. Again, don't be that horrible kind of person, please. Our comments here are supposed to help people with purchases.
It's nice to hear you talk about theoretical performance bottlenecks without referencing the effects in practice - that at least proves that you're not an experienced technical user. If you're interested in reading up on actual performance differences (of which I've checked just a couple for myself to confirm, and shared my experience with the people here - thank you for telling me I can't have experienced what I did experience and what all the other articles claim to have experienced, though), there's a nice collation of multiple articles and summarised results here. If you have any questions, I'm happy to help. :)
(Your "8GB vs 16GB" graph seems to be on a completely different topic..? Still, it agrees with another link I shared a few hours ago - no apparent difference in game performance between 8GB and 16GB of RAM.)
I stopped reading after a paragraph. Had to go down outside.
Like I said, you were wrong, there's no difference kiddo.
Oh my goodness, next time you're back 'up' (sorry, the meaning of "go down outside" is lost on me), at least go back and edit your misleading comment to add the fact that you've shared pictures quad-channel benchmarks which are relevant to approximately 0% of the HUKD crowd.

I don't care that you don't know about BIOS profiles, don't understand the difference between memory frequencies and memory timings, don't know how to test PC performance yourself, and don't understand the difference between dual-channel and quad-channel setups. I do care that other people might see those quad-channel benchmarks and think that they somehow apply to DDR4 memory frequencies on typical motherboards, e.g. Z170 boards, when they... don't.

It seems you're one of those horrible people after all, happier to mislead people than accept that things change. :( Still, maybe you'll win the Internet! Hooray for you!
so, like everyone else, I didn't get the memory but I did get a load of marketing bumf from BT trying to sell me a £1000 laptop. hmmm.
http://i68.tinypic.com/rm3af8.jpg
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I bought 32GB 4x8Gb DDR4 HyperX 2133 MHz from EBay brand new £80 including delivery and he has 24 strips left.
That's a cracking deal. You would never know the difference between 2133 and 3000+ on DDR4 anyway, from all the testing I have done.
Oh, what testing have you done?
Last week someone here was doubting all of the articles that claim faster memory produces better in-game results (they didn't have a counter-argument or source showing the opposite, they were just making contrary statements based on nothing... other than the fact that they'd bought 2133 ;)). Despite their incredibly poor argument for memory speed not making a difference, it did make me wonder if the results were a) reproducible and b) even noticeable.
A friend of mine has an i5-6600K with a 6GB 1060 and 16GB of DDR4-3200, and so we tried some of the games that seemed to benefit from faster memory. Testing was easy - just change the game settings to be high enough to average above 60, with some dips below 60 during playtime. On Fallout 4, Rise of the Tomb Raider and The Witcher 3, the difference between 2133 and 3200 is absolutely unmissable, whether you're watching or playing. The hitches are frequent and noticeable at 2133 in many areas (although some places, like that radioactive desert place in Fallout 4, didn't drop below 60 on either). We also tried The Division, to see if we could reproduce others' claims that there's no difference, and sure enough, we couldn't tell any.
Finally, as another friend was joining us, we set up Fallout 4 again (starting from Diamond City), but lied to our friend about which setting he was trying each time, so he was using the memory at 2133 when he thought it was 3200. He claimed the "2133" was much better, and suggested that the system must be automatically lowering the latency to give the "improved" performance (we set up everything manually, by the way - timings were consistent) - so that seemed to show conclusively that there's a noticeable improvement.
We wanted to test Ryse due to its claimed sometimes-hilarious performance on 2133, but none of us owned it a week ago - and now we all own it from that Humble Bundle that came out a couple of days later! I'm not sure if we'll get back to testing it.
So, what games did you test? And what memory speeds?
Sounds like you guys know how to have a good time!
Memory speed will benefit any CPU bound games (FO4, 1-2 others) but we're talking apparently 1%-3% in terms of FPS, so 2FPS average gain @ 60FPS, but in GPU based games that won't be as evident if at all.
In terms of % cost increase from 2400 to 3200, you need to decide is that's worth while.
Oh, I do apologise. Please excuse us for taking an hour and a half to pursue our interests (and for me to personally check whether or not it's worth spending extra money on faster RAM for a new build next month). No doubt when you've finished coolly writing your comments about memory speed on a UK deals website, you immediately take a limo across to your private jet, fly to Italy and spend the rest of the day playing electric guitar in the Colosseum. :{
But I am interested in a source for your numbers - only three games will see a max of a 3% improvement? That doesn't match either my personal experience, or the articles available on the subject - and, as you've fallen into the trap of thinking the average frames per second is the important figure in this case, I think that exposes just what an expert you are on the subject. ;) As mentioned repeatedly by everyone with any experience or technical knowledge, it's the minimum frame rates where you see/feel the benefit, and it's a lot more than 3% in most 2015-onwards AAA games. Let me guess: you're another DDR4-2133 owner? I'm sorry if that's the case, but please don't be that horrible kind of person that wants everyone else to make the same mistake you've made.
Seriously, I'd love to go for a beer with you. Life and soul of the party!
Fortunately I rely on other [more informed] journalists and tech review sites to source my information, but getting my mates over to my bedroom for a day blindfolding each other sounds like a great day too.
Oh, I'm sorry. I think my use of English confused you. When I said that I was seeing if the results in published articles were reproducible and noticeable on our home systems, what I meant was... hmmm, how to dumb it down further? We were taking a tiny bit of time to see if the articles were lying. Spoiler alert: they weren't.
I'm also sorry to hear that you have some terrible wasting disease that means that 90 minutes is a full day for you. I'm healthy, so I get 16-17 hours of waking time each day. 90 minutes of playing games and drinking whisky with friends [real friends who I can meet in real life, if you're unfamiliar with the concept] before going out for the evening doesn't exactly destroy a day for us. I'm not sure where the blindfolding comes from, though..? We usually don't do that until after we get back in. :{
Thank you for referencing Ars, TomsHardware and Techspot before then going on to produce benchmarks from... TechBuyersGuru. :D It's good to see you do have a sense of humour after all. (And, unless I'm much mistaken, weren't those taken from a quad-channel X99 system? :D Hardly representative for gamers in general, let alone the HUKD crowd!) You'll obviously see more benefit on a dual-channel system - and either you're technically-inept, and you didn't know the difference; or you did know, and purposely chose to use unrepresentative benchmarks to win Internet points at the risk of giving bad purchasing advice to everyone else reading. Again, don't be that horrible kind of person, please. Our comments here are supposed to help people with purchases.
It's nice to hear you talk about theoretical performance bottlenecks without referencing the effects in practice - that at least proves that you're not an experienced technical user. If you're interested in reading up on actual performance differences (of which I've checked just a couple for myself to confirm, and shared my experience with the people here - thank you for telling me I can't have experienced what I did experience and what all the other articles claim to have experienced, though), there's a nice collation of multiple articles and summarised results here. If you have any questions, I'm happy to help. :)
(Your "8GB vs 16GB" graph seems to be on a completely different topic..? Still, it agrees with another link I shared a few hours ago - no apparent difference in game performance between 8GB and 16GB of RAM.)

I stopped reading after a paragraph. Had to go down outside.

Like I said, you were wrong, there's no difference kiddo.
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Corsair STRAFE Mechanical Gaming USB Keyboard £66.40 @ AWDIT

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Warranty Two years Weight 2.02lbs Key Switches Cherry® MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard Backlighting Red LED Dimensions 448mm x 170mm x 40mm Macro Keys All Keys Report Rate Selectable 8ms, 4ms… Read More
Warranty Two years Weight 2.02lbs Key Switches Cherry® MX Blue Mechanical Keyboard Backlighting Red LED Dimensions 448mm x 170mm x 40mm Macro Keys All Keys Report Rate Selectable 8ms, 4ms…
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Still pretty good for a refurb price
it is REFURB

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Edited By: skykid3 on Feb 16, 2017 23:11
Is it certified refurbished or brand new? Hard to tell from description

Edit: surely refurb because http://www.awd-it.co.uk/gaming-strafe-mechanical-gaming-keyboard-cherry-mx-blue-ch-9000226-uk.html

Edited By: derp1664 on Feb 16, 2017 21:38
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Corsair Gaming MM800 RGB POLARIS Mouse Pad £44.99 GAME

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I suppose, it's a deal. However £44.99 for a mouse mat, I have to agree with Manimal.
why cold? have the cold voters found it cheaper?
Definitely for people who have more money than sense!
I never thought I'd see the day when we needed led mouse mats.
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Corsair 400C Mid Tower case £67.18 @ BT Shop

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It's a nice looking case and a very decent price. There are like plath says, many alternatives which are better for cable management, have tempered glass etc.

Have some heat
Poppydog
Not sure why you think it's crazy. This is the cheapest it has been anywhere for a year, bar a £64 Lightening Deal on Amazon last July. Great price for a well reviewed case.
plath
plastic corsair case prices just keep going up and up. crazy.

corsair plastic cases get released with silly prices these days too.

many case manufacturers are better than corsair's build quality these days. phanteks, fractal design, nzxt, lian li, and in win all make better build quality stuff in the higher price range.



Edited By: plath on Feb 12, 2017 11:25
I've had a load of corsair cases in the past and still have a 650d for my massive server but I have no idea why people still buy these overpriced cheaply made cases when you have companies like nzxt and fractal offering much better quality at competitive prices

In-win are offering cheaper alternatives too these days

I'm a sucker for aluminium cases so I tend to go for lian li or raijintek

Edited By: babswatkins on Feb 12, 2017 09:50: Info
Not sure why you think it's crazy. This is the cheapest it has been anywhere for a year, bar a £64 Lightening Deal on Amazon last July. Great price for a well reviewed case.

plath
plastic corsair case prices just keep going up and up. crazy.
This is the case I'd get if I was in the market for one now. I think it's still over £100 on Scan as well. Miles better than their 100/200r line.
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Corsair K65 RGB Cherry MX Red Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Next Day Del £89.89 @ OCUK

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Great price for a K65 RGB. I got the LUX edition on black friday and its been great so far, corsairs RGB software is excellent once you are familiar with it. DPD next day delivery :)
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got this from the game deal, great keyboard.
i've got the K70 RGB and the mouse and the headphones all with the same logo. i like the logo so i even bought the mouse mat :)
Good price thanks for sharing +heat
easymoney
Delivery really expensive
Yes but the overall price is good and the delivery is DPD next day, they text you a 1 hour window of when they deliver and real time driver progress on their app. :P

Edited By: xmaster99 on Jan 29, 2017 19:00
Delivery really expensive
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DIMM £60.28 @ BT Shop

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Seems pretty good value DDR4 desktop RAM, but I am no techie! Plus cashback from topcashback too at 2.44%. Product Description Corsair Vengeance LPX - DDR4 - 16 GB: 2 x 8 GB - DIMM 288-pin Produ… Read More
Seems pretty good value DDR4 desktop RAM, but I am no techie! Plus cashback from topcashback too at 2.44%. Product Description Corsair Vengeance LPX - DDR4 - 16 GB: 2 x 8 GB - DIMM 288-pin Produ…
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iShoey
so is our order cancelled?
never got an email.
It says it in your account under the order, I have just checked my order, it looks like they cancelled the order

alright, now its time to whine about the speed of these ram
iShoey
so is our order cancelled?
never got an email.


It says it in your account under the order, I have just checked my order, it looks like they cancelled the order
so is our order cancelled?
never got an email.
yogSH
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4 DIMM 288-pin 2400MHz CL14 Memory Kit
**Discontinued product. Sorry but we are unable to obtain stock of this item. Please cancel and choose an alternative.* As I suspected !! :(


Same here :(


Same, never mind eh!
I have 16gb of this ram in my pc, I overclocked to 2666mhz very simple with xmp profile, my pc spec is i5 6600k 4.2ghz + gtx 1070, it plays games very well fully maxed 1080p, ram is fine, I ordered another 16gb at this price for my plex machine, fingers crossed it's not cancelled, ram speed does seem to make a difference but in my opinion into only very minimal 1/2fps
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Amazon Certified refurbished Corsair Void 7.1 RGB USB gaming headset - £48.95 @ ADMI Limited UK / Amazon

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Amazon Certified refurbished Corsair Void Dolby 7.1 RGB USB (exact model CA-9011130-EU). 1 year warranty supported by Amazon so the usual easy point of return/queries. Amazon Certified means that t… Read More
Amazon Certified refurbished Corsair Void Dolby 7.1 RGB USB (exact model CA-9011130-EU). 1 year warranty supported by Amazon so the usual easy point of return/queries. Amazon Certified means that t…
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ordered. thanks
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Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-03 Windowed Mid Tower - Black/Blue £43.62 @ Amazon Lightning Deal

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Decent budget case. I had it before getting an S340 and was impressed for the price. On a lightning deal The SPEC-03 features an industrial, high-airflow front panel, a huge windowed side panel
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Rid1
Really surprised to see these cases retained value, bought the orange version 2/3 years ago for about the same price, cable management option definitely aren't the best, but Yu can do it!
Blame brexit X) but yeah I found cable management pretty tough, was my first build in this case though. S340 was a breeze in comparison

Blame Corsair :p
ether707
Shame it's not in white. I find the black colour a bit boring.


I got a Kolink Aviator for a bit less than this in white, lovely looking case with 3 fans, nice thick acrylic side window, card reader and 3 USB ports (2 of them USB 3.0)
Shame it's not in white. I find the black colour a bit boring.
Rid1
Really surprised to see these cases retained value, bought the orange version 2/3 years ago for about the same price, cable management option definitely aren't the best, but Yu can do it!


Blame brexit X) but yeah I found cable management pretty tough, was my first build in this case though. S340 was a breeze in comparison
Really surprised to see these cases retained value, bought the orange version 2/3 years ago for about the same price, cable management option definitely aren't the best, but Yu can do it!
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16GB Corsair LPX DDR4 kit (2x8GB) £89.94 @ Amazon

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16GB DDR4 Corsair Ram - Good reviews on Amazon. Product description below. Current RRP to order direct from Corsair website is £149.99! Technically temporarily out of stock, so delivery tim… Read More
16GB DDR4 Corsair Ram - Good reviews on Amazon. Product description below. Current RRP to order direct from Corsair website is £149.99! Technically temporarily out of stock, so delivery tim…
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WOW! What the heck happened to RAM prices? I bought 2x8GB Kingston HyperX Black DDR4-2400MHz last Feb for 60 delivered on amazon, and now the same set is 110!
Even the brexit vote could only account for a 25% increase to 80!
On Camel this is the most expensive this items been for a while
eg
polly69
I bought 32gb of Crucial Elite last week for £103 i know its 2666mhz but it will overclock to the same speed as these and to be honest these wouldn't be any faster. Im kicking myself now though for not ordering the Asus ROG hero the other day for £98 as id have a top quality board some great ram all for £200 and its all because i'm waiting for the AMD Ryzen 16 core CPU's. Ive had intel i5's since the start i had a 750 which was the first then a Ivybridge i5 and i currently have a Haswell i5 and im tired of all these CPU's with very little difference in power for £250ish a time, intel currently has no competition so no real reason to innovate and i was **** if i was paying £270 for very little increase in performance. If you sat me infront of my 750k 1st gen i5 i doubt id be able to tell you if it was that or my Haswell. I usually upgrade every 2 years and i decided this time i was going to build a kick ass rig and when it started to become slow have a laptop i want the AMD CPU im hoping its all the leaks have cracked it up to be im banking on £400 no more, if AMD charge more then it wont sell as people will just stick with the i7 it needs to be competitive price wise. Sorry for the rant but i cant be the only person on here stockpiling stuff for a new build and im not the only one waiting until the end of february for a new Ryzen CPU i just hope im not forced into a i7, i have the ram now so im comitted thats why i didnt buy the Hero board.

Have you seen the leaked gaming benchmark for Ryzen? Not good.
polly69
I bought 32gb of Crucial Elite last week for £103 i know its 2666mhz but it will overclock to the same speed as these and to be honest these wouldn't be any faster. Im kicking myself now though for not ordering the Asus ROG hero the other day for £98 as id have a top quality board some great ram all for £200 and its all because i'm waiting for the AMD Ryzen 16 core CPU's. Ive had intel i5's since the start i had a 750 which was the first then a Ivybridge i5 and i currently have a Haswell i5 and im tired of all these CPU's with very little difference in power for £250ish a time, intel currently has no competition so no real reason to innovate and i was **** if i was paying £270 for very little increase in performance. If you sat me infront of my 750k 1st gen i5 i doubt id be able to tell you if it was that or my Haswell. I usually upgrade every 2 years and i decided this time i was going to build a kick ass rig and when it started to become slow have a laptop i want the AMD CPU im hoping its all the leaks have cracked it up to be im banking on £400 no more, if AMD charge more then it wont sell as people will just stick with the i7 it needs to be competitive price wise. Sorry for the rant but i cant be the only person on here stockpiling stuff for a new build and im not the only one waiting until the end of february for a new Ryzen CPU i just hope im not forced into a i7, i have the ram now so im comitted thats why i didnt buy the Hero board.

was the ram deal on here?
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Corsair VS650W Budget Power Supply £38.99 AWD-IT

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Was originally £46.99 now been reduced to £38.99 It's as it says, budget Power Supply. If you're running a single GPU (a GTX 1060 for example) you should be fine with this since power consumption i… Read More
Was originally £46.99 now been reduced to £38.99 It's as it says, budget Power Supply. If you're running a single GPU (a GTX 1060 for example) you should be fine with this since power consumption i…
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Wotan

I am after a budget PSU for a basic office build for a family member. I have got the antec vp450 in my basket and given the specs (Intel G4560 no GFX card) I know that will be more than enough.
But it's a bloody mine field there is SO many and some lines by some companies are good yet others are to be avoided etc because they've cheated out on capacitors etc. After a week of looking I was more confused than when I started!
I have a corsair in my own desktop that's been flawless for about 7 years now. So I was going to go with corsair but apparently the green label CX are to be avoided etc etc.
Well, according to the Antec section of Realhardtechx's PSU review database the Antec VP450 is FSP-made:http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page673.htm
It got a silver award in it's only review:http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/antec-vp450-power-supply-review/
Not that bad for the price, but I note that hardwaresecrets is not one to dwell on capacitor quality.

I'm not expecting the earth for £35 but it will be more than adequate for the build and when on a budget it's a bit pointless shelling out more.

Don't get me wrong I wouldn't get any old PSU and always look for something decent but it's for a family member on a tight budget so I'm happy enough to recommend it.
Wotan

I am after a budget PSU for a basic office build for a family member. I have got the antec vp450 in my basket and given the specs (Intel G4560 no GFX card) I know that will be more than enough.
But it's a bloody mine field there is SO many and some lines by some companies are good yet others are to be avoided etc because they've cheated out on capacitors etc. After a week of looking I was more confused than when I started!
I have a corsair in my own desktop that's been flawless for about 7 years now. So I was going to go with corsair but apparently the green label CX are to be avoided etc etc.
Well, according to the Antec section of Realhardtechx's PSU review database the Antec VP450 is FSP-made:
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page673.htm
It got a silver award in it's only review:
http://www.hardwaresecrets.com/antec-vp450-power-supply-review/
Not that bad for the price, but I note that hardwaresecrets is not one to dwell on capacitor quality.
Gkains
Wotan
The XFX is designed by seasonic but not manufactured by them, they outsourced the manufacture to Shenzen technology.
Previous XFX were made by seasonic but the 400w 500w and 600w aren't. Linky
Very interesting article.
And it seems some of the lower-end SuperFlower PSUs are also outsourced:http://www.orionpsudb.com/application/files/cache/1290d824b41fc5e988653243a01a8d34.png
This kind of thing doesn't show up in the Realhardtechx PSU database as they are of course just listed as Seasonic.http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page625.htm
And it seems to major site has reviewed them yet.

I am after a budget PSU for a basic office build for a family member. I have got the antec vp450 in my basket and given the specs (Intel G4560 no GFX card) I know that will be more than enough.

But it's a bloody mine field there is SO many and some lines by some companies are good yet others are to be avoided etc because they've cheated out on capacitors etc. After a week of looking I was more confused than when I started!

I have a corsair in my own desktop that's been flawless for about 7 years now. So I was going to go with corsair but apparently the green label CX are to be avoided etc etc.

Edited By: Wotan on Jan 19, 2017 16:49
Gkains
Burnz0
McTabish
Burnz0
McTabish
I think everyone will say this but don't risk a refurbished power supply when they are so cheap new. Why risk it. Also this isn't an 80+Bronze either based on the description on the site, so I'd say spend another tenner and get a new 80+bronze certified one.
Can you link the Bronze one that isn't refurbished that costs a tenner more? I'm buying a PSU, hence why I shared this. Thanks.
Okay so it's about £14 more...https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/aw/d/B00PGUSEBG/ref=mp_s_a_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1484836900&sr=8-1&pi=AC_SX236_SY340_QL65&keywords=650w+psu&dpPl=1&dpID=51jVmSSdsoL&ref=plSrch
Thats not Bronze. :P
Gkains
Really don't see the point of this.
The VS line is by far Corsair's cheapest line even worse than the CX line which already is rather poor.
Far better than buying this used/reconditioned PSU for £39, is to buy a better quality one with less watts.
There's not much out there at this kind of price (not helped by sterling's recent ~20% depreciation), but a 400W XFX P1-400B-XTFR (Seasonic made AFAIK) is £40 on uk.pcpartpicker.com with the 500W and 600W versions not much more. Or even sticking to Corsair, the somewhat better made CX line starts at about £45 new.
I actually got this for £32.50 before it went back up, I just amended the deal as opposed to expiring it. Essentially for a 650W PSU of the standard you are talking about you're looking at £70+.
The PSU I have at the moment that I suspect is faulty is a Gold Corsair AX850 I spent over £150 on. I've only ever owned one PSU from the VS range but it would seem its outlived my Gold one, but I haven't had anything heavy on it.
I'm not saying I don't see your point about quality, but at the end of the day its half the price and I need the 650W for flexibility. I'm not going to shell out a massive amount for PSU's that are going to be used in cheap rigs, or testing. Everyones situation is different, if it doesn't suit you it will suit someone else. If it doesn't suit ANYONE surely they wouldn't sell them.
Fair enough, I just like to warn people about these Corsair VS (or even the CX).
Only see the AX860 (and AX860i) on the PSU review database listing:http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page447.htm
So, that one which failed most probably was Seasonic. Which shows that there is no guarantees in life because while Seasonic (and Superflower and Delta) are one of the top OEMs, power supplies can still fail. Guess one thing you pay for is them failing gracefully, that is without blowing up your other components. Or at least that's the theory.

This is the problem: http://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthread.php?t=95898

It will fail eventually, but until then this problem just gets worse. Can't complain with the 7 year warranty you get with the Gold units though, thats one thing the VS series doesn't offer.

EDIT: I've just checked your link. Mine is on there but probably discontinued because of the known fault. I would imagine it would go through RMA process with flying colours.

Edited By: Burnz0 on Jan 19, 2017 16:39
Wotan
The XFX is designed by seasonic but not manufactured by them, they outsourced the manufacture to Shenzen technology.
Previous XFX were made by seasonic but the 400w 500w and 600w aren't. Linky
Very interesting article.
And it seems some of the lower-end SuperFlower PSUs are also outsourced:
http://www.orionpsudb.com/application/files/cache/1290d824b41fc5e988653243a01a8d34.png
This kind of thing doesn't show up in the Realhardtechx PSU database as they are of course just listed as Seasonic.
http://www.realhardtechx.com/index_archivos/Page625.htm
And it seems to major site has reviewed them yet.
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Same price at Maplin, if you can't wait for delivery.
Kirito101
Sorry to say the logitech G series such as G502 is better


Depends, I prefer M65.
Sorry to say the logitech G series such as G502 is better
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Corsair Carbide Series 330R Titanium Edition @ Amazon Lightning Deal - £59.49

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Looks like a nice saving on a pretty sweet case. Low noise. High performance.;The Carbide Series 330R Quiet PC Case is designed for systems that will go into media rooms, bedrooms, dorm rooms, or a… Read More
Looks like a nice saving on a pretty sweet case. Low noise. High performance.;The Carbide Series 330R Quiet PC Case is designed for systems that will go into media rooms, bedrooms, dorm rooms, or a…
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Damnit! gutted I missed this :(
expired now, but was a good deal while it lasted
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Silas123
wish i didn't order a case earlier today....
Cancel it and order this one?
well they've already dispatched it and i cant be bothered dealing with sending it back, I've had enough troubles with delivery's recently


Edited By: Silas123 on Jan 17, 2017 22:38
Silas123
wish i didn't order a case earlier today....

Cancel it and order this one?
wish i didn't order a case earlier today....
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Corsair Carbide Air 540 @ Amazon - £90.99

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On a lightning deal so be quick. One of the best looking cases imo. The unconventional design of Carbide Series Air 540 utilizes dual chambers to deliver cooler air to your CPU, graphics cards, mot… Read More
On a lightning deal so be quick. One of the best looking cases imo. The unconventional design of Carbide Series Air 540 utilizes dual chambers to deliver cooler air to your CPU, graphics cards, mot…
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For a case that's all about maximising airflow, it only includes one dust filter, for the front intake. That's an inexcusable oversight, really.
Might be easier to overlook it, though, at this price.
...as someone who has just replaced an Air 540 build, I can completely verify this comment as correct. I've had the case since it was released a few years ago, and no doubt about it, the cooling is incredible. Amazing intake potential. Sadly, however, the case is a DUST MAGNET. It is the sole reason I replaced it with another case (Bitfenix Prodigy M).

Anyone considering getting this case, bear this in mind. Unless you buy a specified set of Air 540 dust filters for 90 pounds (available online), you will be cleaning the dust out of your case every few weeks.
I was lucky to get this chasis even before it was released in this country, and its the best I've ever bought. And I can honestly say no dust enters through the bottom of it. I perchased dust filters for the bottom of the case and it turns out that it was a waste of time. Whenever I give it a clean there is only dust on the front filter, and that's where it should be. The case doesn't intake air from the bottom.
pohtawam
Price says 120 to me. Expired?


Yeah was a lightning deal last night. Anyone know how I can expire it? Or does a mod do that?
The Air 240 is £88.96
Price says 120 to me. Expired?
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32Gb DDR3 Corsair memory kit £119.27 @ Amazon

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RAM prices are through the roof at the moment!
I paid £45 for 16GB of Kingston HyperX Fury Blue 1866 DDR3 last May!

This is the best deal going at the moment for DDR3, everything else is way more expensive.

Heat added.
gclzero
Still not enough ram to run chrome ;)

You'd have to have a serious amount of tabs open for Chrome to crash, especially with 8.1/10.
Seems very stable at 4.6 although only been running it a couple of months like this (cold weather probably helps!)... my asus motherboard did an extreme overclock to 4.8 but that wasnt very stable.
danimal
iller7
danimal

I've got Venom Voodoo Extreme... loathed to spend more money on another cooler. hate seeing a good deal pass me by. did you have a specific cooler in mind?
No, don't replace your whole cooler, just the PWM fan, The Venom has 2x 12cm fan, replace one of them with a 8cm fan where your memory modules stick out or a thinner 12cm fan for normal coverage. You may have to dial down on any extreme overclock, but in my situation this was an acceptable compromise. Have a look at this fan for an example: https://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStone-SST-FW81-Fan-0825-PWM/dp/B00UNOYPLS?th=1
thanks. didnt even know that was an option. im running i52500k with 4.6 overclock and have 16gb of 1600mhz. wondering if i could overclock this deal memory further... and whether it is worth the cost and effort

I'm sure you could overclock this memory as it is very good. That said, it wouldn't be very noticeable so no it wouldn't really be time effective. Only really viable if you're planning on using 32gb. A 4.6 overclock sounds high though, if you do replace one of your fans I suspect you may need to dial it down a notch...
iller7
danimal

I've got Venom Voodoo Extreme... loathed to spend more money on another cooler. hate seeing a good deal pass me by. did you have a specific cooler in mind?

No, don't replace your whole cooler, just the PWM fan, The Venom has 2x 12cm fan, replace one of them with a 8cm fan where your memory modules stick out or a thinner 12cm fan for normal coverage. You may have to dial down on any extreme overclock, but in my situation this was an acceptable compromise. Have a look at this fan for an example: https://www.amazon.co.uk/SilverStone-SST-FW81-Fan-0825-PWM/dp/B00UNOYPLS?th=1


thanks. didnt even know that was an option. im running i52500k with 4.6 overclock and have 16gb of 1600mhz. wondering if i could overclock this deal memory further... and whether it is worth the cost and effort
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Corsair CH-9101024-UK K70 Rapidfire Cherry MX Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard , Black £85.47 Amazon.co.uk

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Enhanced lighting control and large font keycaps deliver vibrant multi-colour backlighting 100% anti-ghosting and full key rollover on USB 100% Cherry MX Speed RGB gaming key switches with ultra-fas… Read More
Enhanced lighting control and large font keycaps deliver vibrant multi-colour backlighting 100% anti-ghosting and full key rollover on USB 100% Cherry MX Speed RGB gaming key switches with ultra-fas…
djwilliec Avatar3m, 1w agoFound 3 months, 1 week ago15 Comments
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EggInTheBun
rushofoxygen
I can't comment on the use of this but my keyboard looks really similar (just without the bottom bit) for £25 comes with matching mouse @ amazon "Tecknet"
Keyboards arent really abouts looks. More about feel and for gamers the keys. This keyboard comes with Cherry MX Red's which are best in the business.

They are about looks for some people, those little brushed metal Apple keyboards aren't very ergonomic, nor do they have mechanical keys, but they do look good... which seems to be the preference of most Apple consumers.
pjazzy
Cattle
Gilella
Just for clarity this keyboard has the Cherry MX Speed and not Red switches. Slightly different version with less effort required to press. The description of the item is slightly misleading (this is from Amazon and the the OP).
Would be good to also clear up the colour of the backlighting, is it red or rgb?

Its red only


Just checked myself. It's not RGB (which is £160!)
Cattle
Gilella
Just for clarity this keyboard has the Cherry MX Speed and not Red switches. Slightly different version with less effort required to press. The description of the item is slightly misleading (this is from Amazon and the the OP).
Would be good to also clear up the colour of the backlighting, is it red or rgb?

Its red only
Amazing keyboard. Worth the price if you're a gamer and very pleasant to type on too. I love the lava look and being able to turn LED lighting on/off for individual keys is great when gaming in low light.
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Corsair HD120 RGB 120mm LED 3 Fan Kit with Lighting Controller £56.99 @ Scan

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Corsair HD120 RGB 120mm LED 3 Fan Kit with Lighting Controller 120mm Corsair HD120 RGB LED, 9 Blade, PWM, Static Pressure 12 LED Multi-Colour Fan Triple Pack with Controller, 4-pin Was: £74.99 Read More
Corsair HD120 RGB 120mm LED 3 Fan Kit with Lighting Controller 120mm Corsair HD120 RGB LED, 9 Blade, PWM, Static Pressure 12 LED Multi-Colour Fan Triple Pack with Controller, 4-pin Was: £74.99
gilbertsays Avatar3m, 2w agoFound 3 months, 2 weeks ago5 Comments
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2017, the year everything goes RGB.
Bought the LED kit a while ago. Found it very poor, had a mind of its own...
Hopefully they have improved it, but I'm not gonna bite
bought these a couple of weeks ago for £37.99 from ebuyer. bit overpriced at £56.99. will buy another set when they drop below £45 though as their decent fans
one expensive fan kit lol
I would just buy fans separately. No need for LED lights.
Wanting RGB fans on mine but would have to go NZXT due to owning hue+.
Excellent price though, voted hot.
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CORSAIR CORSAIR K70 RGB L UX - £129.99 @ PC World

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This is a great gaming keyboard, Amazon is selling this for £149.98. Don't forget Quidco 1.05% for all other sales (includes Reserve & Collect) - Full RGB customisable backlighting for a unique Read More
This is a great gaming keyboard, Amazon is selling this for £149.98. Don't forget Quidco 1.05% for all other sales (includes Reserve & Collect) - Full RGB customisable backlighting for a unique
yanomi88 Avatar3m, 3w agoFound 3 months, 3 weeks ago9 Comments
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Any other deals available? Can't find anything for this for months :(
Can't agree more. I think people are looking at this assuming it's just the standalone K70, without realising that the LUX version has hardly reduced in price.
I have this keyboard and it's awesome
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cheaperbythe12
This is still live at op's price.
There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
The lightning deal price was £53.27

Ah sorry, didn't see that. Fantastic price!
cheaperbythe12
This is still live at op's price.
There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
The lightning deal price was £53.27
This is still live at op's price.

There's also a few under £80 in the warehouse including one which should be new: 'Item is in original packaging, but packaging has minor damage. All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy'.
DoctorDeals
I suspect a hero 8 mobo and 1070 won't fit, great deal


i have a hero 8 and 1070 and it fits. models which fit are standard width gigabyte g1, asus strix and evga sc. i have the sc black edition.
snappyfish
Shame it's micro


They do bigger one as well. its called Air 540.
i have this one and its superb. cons: powder coated metal chasis so it chips easily and you can use cpu cooler up to 120 mm
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Corsair HX1000i 1000 W 80 Plus Platinum Certified @ Amazon for £149.99

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1000 W of reliable, continuous power 80 Plus Platinum certified guarantees 92% efficiency and silent operation Flat black, low-profile modular cables High performance design, designed for use in tr… Read More
1000 W of reliable, continuous power 80 Plus Platinum certified guarantees 92% efficiency and silent operation Flat black, low-profile modular cables High performance design, designed for use in tr…
chucknorrispc Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago21 Comments
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Umbandi this is my only account, rather than it being an 'alt' account - please stop being so rude.
I thought 'lightning deal' would have left you with no doubt about it being from amazon, that and the amazon invoice snippet I provided.
kimlegend
Wonder how you managed to get it for £100. Was it new??. Because camel tells a different story http://uk.camelcamelcamel.com/Corsair-CP-9020074-UK-Certified-Thermally-Controlled/product/B00MFD2EAO:)

Just checked my order back in November 2015, was actually £119.99 but even so I have seen it at the £100-110 price mark this year when I bought the 6800K and some other stuff.
indeed nearly bought this but its over kill unless running sli cross fire ect
1000w lol better roll out a max OC 6900k and Tri SLI Titan X system to even make a dent in the capacity of this. Super overkill.
moshispam
Looks like the camel is missing a few humps, as I got it for £119 on 20th Nov 2015 via a lightning deal.http://i65.tinypic.com/2d92ntt.jpg

Just like the camel you seems to miss details.. Is this from amazon or 3rd party?..But atleast its for £120 rather than your first claim from your alt account 'noiren' stating it to be £100 . duh
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Corsair 780T Graphite Series Windowed Full Tower ATX Gaming Case with LED Fan - Black/Red at Amazon for £136.95

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cheapest anywhere by about 50 quid and generally good reviews. Full tower case with massive expansion and cooling space Supports dual 360 mm radiators Front panel three mode fan controller Dual… Read More
cheapest anywhere by about 50 quid and generally good reviews. Full tower case with massive expansion and cooling space Supports dual 360 mm radiators Front panel three mode fan controller Dual…
shahidali47 Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago10 Comments
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this post should be removed, clearly this guy is not up todate
this deal is out of date, cold from me maybe he posted 4 years old link lol
adamskiidu_44
Kulaak
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.
Well, a pc this size would take up a lot of room on a desk, so the other place would be the floor, hence having easily accessible front IO from above.

I take your point on that as long as it is either on the floor or placed in a pc "workstation" where there's plenty of head room.
Kulaak
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.


Well, a pc this size would take up a lot of room on a desk, so the other place would be the floor, hence having easily accessible front IO from above.
Never understand why they cant put the USB sockets in a more useful place...i.e on the front.
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Corsair MM800 Gaming Mouse Pad £44.99 Amazon

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For those interested in RGB mouse pads, this is the cheapest I have seen it at on Amazon. Yes it is very expensive for what it does but it link in to the corsair software to give some cool RGB effe… Read More
For those interested in RGB mouse pads, this is the cheapest I have seen it at on Amazon. Yes it is very expensive for what it does but it link in to the corsair software to give some cool RGB effe…
thenextbutton Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago11 Comments
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Shatwell
It really needs some Star Wars branding or character on it, to fool people into thinking it's worth the money.

Ooohh! Can they have a Boba fet one with green LEDs please?

And also they should make sound effects... Its already a novelty item with a pointless function.
Wow, I just bought this for £55 returning to save a tenner thnx OP and yes I think it's worth it, it looks great :)
£44 mouse matt, o my!
It really needs some Star Wars branding or character on it, to fool people into thinking it's worth the money.
all2humanuk
> Yes it is very expensive for what it does

then it's not really a deal then is it?


if it's cheaper than elsewhere, then yes, it is a deal.
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Corsair CX650M PSU £60.99 @ Amazon

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It has been cheaper in the past, but this is currently the best price I have found. £12.61 cheaper than it was yesterday. Review here: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/corsair-cx650m-psu,review-336… Read More
It has been cheaper in the past, but this is currently the best price I have found. £12.61 cheaper than it was yesterday. Review here: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/corsair-cx650m-psu,review-336…
Cal_G Avatar3m, 4w agoFound 3 months, 4 weeks ago8 Comments
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0BS1D1AN
I may be wrong, but I think these are the newer versions of the CX series, which I think are only released this year.
These aren't the same as the 2012 ones which were heavily criticised for their low quality capacitors and what not (I'm no PSU expert).
From what I've seen these come in X50w flavours whereas the 2012 ones were X00w.
Looking at the Tom's Hardware review for this, these actually seem to be pretty decent PSU's so heat from me. Lazy link

That's the one. Running it now and i'm impressed.
I may be wrong, but I think these are the newer versions of the CX series, which I think are only released this year.
These aren't the same as the 2012 ones which were heavily criticised for their low quality capacitors and what not (I'm no PSU expert).

From what I've seen these come in X50w flavours whereas the 2012 ones were X00w.
Looking at the Tom's Hardware review for this, these actually seem to be pretty decent PSU's so heat from me. Lazy link
http://www.jonnyguru.com/modules.php?name=NDReviews&op=Story&reid=475

The new units, as mention by Suztera above, are pretty much identical to the German model. Not all Japanese capacitors on this and a single 12V rail.
Cal_G
Can't find anything better that comes with a 5 year warranty and is semi modular. Should do me fine with a 970.


Warranty is pretty crap when it costs half the price of the psu to return it. I know as I took the hit on a cx650 myself as it's just throwing good money after bad.
Cal_G
Can't find anything better that comes with a 5 year warranty and is semi modular. Should do me fine with a 970.

Think you have the wrong priorities here: modular or semi-modular is only something you should be looking for after having budgeted a decent supply.

This CX series Corsair is not a good supply though (although Corsair's VS and CS are even worse). Rather it's a CWT-made supply with slightly better parts than the usual CWT ones.

If £60ish is your hard limit and you really need 600W, then probably the Seasonic-made XFX P1-600B at @ £56 is your best bet although that's not modular and is only Bronze+ like this Corsair:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01AK9NQ7Y/?tag=pcp0f-21
If 550W is enough, this EVGA one is a Gold rated supply made by Seasonic:
https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00V5B76LE/?tag=pcp0f-21
but it's £75 and currently out of stock.

MrKillChill
http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/forum/id-2547993/psu-tier-list.html
Ok for normal machines but not very good for gaming rigs.

And of course a normal machine is highly unlikely to need a 650W supply...