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Corsair Vengeance Low Profile DDR4 16gb 2666mhz ( 2 x 8gb) £59.99 @ Amazon

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Good quality ram for the price. Lower price than most ram with similar specs and reviews also a much lower price than this normally goes for.
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Corsair 128GB Flash Voyager Slider X1 USB 3.0 - 130MB/s £20.79 delivered @ Mymemory

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Pretty decent price, not sure it's been this low before. Transfer speeds are good along with reviews giving it a really good write up. There are some decent 128gb sticks out there at really quite reas…
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Is this a better deal? https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B012PKVV00 £22.75. Faster read speeds and double the write.
Sandisk Extreme Pro is even faster, but also more expensive.


My 64GB Sandisk Extreme flash drive

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Mariussx
If you want the speed, get Sandisk Extreme usb 3.0 drive. They are the fastest drives I have ever used.

I'll second that.
If you want the speed, get Sandisk Extreme usb 3.0 drive. They are the fastest drives I have ever used.
around 22 MB/s write speed,

ill pass
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Corsair K70 Cherry MX Red Performance Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £79.99 @ Amazon

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Seems like a good deal for a well reviewed mechanical keyboard. The price is for both the cherry Red and cherry Blue switch versions. Sold by Amazon. Lowest price as well according to camel camel:
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I have one with blue LEDs and red switches. The reds are not my favourite for typing, and I hope that the LEDs don't die like most of mine have (can't really complain as it was free). This is cheap for a good keyboard, but I would go for the brown switches.
The question of which Cherry switches are the best is a tough one but I think there are so many topics on the internet about this that it's not difficult to make a choice. Sure it's best to test different switches in person (which you should definitely do if you live near a decent computer store), but in general brown Cherry switches are the quietest but also offer the least feedback. Blue ones are the loudest and have the most 'clicky' feel when pressed. And red ones are somewhere in between, being louder than browns and quieter than blues.

Of course that's the theory and you should do a bit more research before spending £80 on a keyboard. Personally I've never had a problem using brown and red switches, but the blue ones are just too loud without the headphones on.
Have to admit guys I thought it would be a gimmick but I f*kin live the RGB lights. You can download loads of awesome custom patterns and it looks really nice.

Also, get brown keys. I bought a Cherry MX Red keyboard and sent it back. It's pretty horrible to type on, and let's face it you'll type on it a lot. I really don't see the point in just having squishy keys with no feedback.
Mathaeus
No RGB folks still a good keyboard but seriously.. Get the RGB!!

Only a bit more.

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Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 (2 x 8GB) PC4-22400 3000MHz C15 Memory Kit £74.99 Ebuyer

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I have been watching a lot of RAM prices recently and this seems a good deal for 3000mhz 16gb. Usually 2400mhz is this price. Amazon have also matched it this morning.
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maybe I'm nostalgic, maybe I'm drunk.
Probably both.
vulcanproject
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Platform dependent for sure. Skylake loves DDR4 RAM speed though. It'll gobble it up and give you decent returns on many apps and games. http://www.techspot.com/article/1171-ddr4-4000-mhz-performance/page3.html
Those benchmarks were conducted on a system with 2x 980Ti in SLI, which isn't representative for most users. If you look at the last page of that article you'll see a benchmark with a single 980Ti instead, which shows little (although slight) improvement.
While true for some of the games, the previous page shows apps gain as well....
What's more if you have a fast skylake system there is a good chance you will pair it up with a single GPU as powerful as 980ti SLI in the near future. Pascal Titan X is pretty much there, 18 months time that will likely be a mainstream part. ;)
Titan's wont be mainstream, like the previous iteration wasnt

Edited By: donbarney on Sep 08, 2016 10:02
Faster ram will keep more of its resale value. For gaming it mostly helps to raise the minimum framerates during gaming. A faster CPU will also similarly bring you higher min frames. Each up to a certain point and of course depending upon which specific game.

Often its not going to affect the average framerates much at all, which is what you see in most benchmarks. Only at infrequent peak load times when the game gets a lot happening at once and gets temporarily bogged down for a brief time. So does that affect your gaming enjoyment enough to pay the extra for the faster ram? Will it significantly lessen or improve the experience?

When you compare all the DDR4 frequencies, 3000 Mhz - 3200 Mhz seems the best prices at the moment. Wherat about 4000 Mhz is rather expensive for what extra benefit you might be getting. Having said that there's nothing very special about pricing of this particular deal and several other 3200 Mhz kits are usually available at a similar price.
Damn I miss the times when DDR BH-5 CL1.5 was all the rage. I remember fondly my competitive overclocking years, forking out a fortune for a used 2x256MB DDR1 pair that could do 340+ MHz 1.5-2-2 with a 3000rpm 12cm Delta fan, that sounded like a jet engine, blowing over them. All that for a 0.001 sec improvement on SuperPi 1.5.2 XSmod. Or the mighty TCCD that could surpass 400MHz. I don't know why I'm writing all these on Hukd at 3am; maybe I'm nostalgic, maybe I'm drunk.
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2400MHz C16 Memory Kit £85.12 @ Amazon

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CMK32GX4M4A2400C16R 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) DDR4 2400 Mhz C16 XMP 2.0 (Red) Lowest it's been for a while, in fact lowest for 4x8GB for a while too I think.
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anymore good ram deals, I'm looking for 3000mhz or more 16gb or 32gb quad channel

I'll keep an eye out. Have a look at reviews and benchmarks though, there's basically no difference above 2400MHz, so you might as well save some cash :)


looking to future proof a bit, for my new x99 project, would rather not go straight in at the highest performance spot. especially as some deals are £100- £120 ish its not that much more to pay.
todesign
anymore good ram deals, I'm looking for 3000mhz or more 16gb or 32gb quad channel

I'll keep an eye out. Have a look at reviews and benchmarks though, there's basically no difference above 2400MHz, so you might as well save some cash :)
Cattle
Ahh the cancelled order rejection email is strong in this one.

Nope, mine was dispatched as well.
anymore good ram deals, I'm looking for 3000mhz or more 16gb or 32gb quad channel
My order dispatched, arriving tomorrow
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Corsair Strafe RGB Mechanical Keyboard Cherry MX Brown - £109.99 delivered (Currys)

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Excellent keyboard, best price available I think!
edwin_poon Avatar1m, 6d agoFound 1 month, 6 days ago13 Comments
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I far prefer Cherry red switches.

Hot for price though.
RedRain
making a gaming pc are these good for gaming
yes. I would say its probably the best keyboard for gaming and typing. Brown is my favourite. Blue is too loud. Red is too mushy. Brown is in between both. If you do not need the RBB lights, get the refurbished ones in the above link for £63. That is a bargain!
making a gaming pc are these good for gaming
Rhythm
Westwoodo
Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click Click.
MX Browns are quiet switches IIRC
So you think it will make no sound at all? I didn't say clack.
just wished the k70 dropped to this price. need them media keys
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Corsair SCIMITAR RGB Optical Gaming Mouse - Black £59.41 @ Amazon

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I have this mouse and it is fantastic. I know some people won't pay much for a mouse but for those who are after one of these this is the best price around. Also is much cheaper than the yellow versio…
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I have the old and new Naga's and the Logitech G600. But currently I'm using the Scimitar.
The Scimitar is the best of the lot I would say. Optical which is better than laser, adjustable side buttons. And a great and comfortable shape.
It does lack forward and back buttons. But I have a Kone pure optical also plugged in for FPS games. So use that while using the net.
​cant you just programme two of the side buttons for use as forward and backwards?

Yes, all of the buttons can be reprogrammed.

But as I already mentioned, I play other games like first person shooters.

Edited By: Rojo66 on Aug 23, 2016 17:38
Rojo66
I have the old and new Naga's and the Logitech G600. But currently I'm using the Scimitar.

The Scimitar is the best of the lot I would say. Optical which is better than laser, adjustable side buttons. And a great and comfortable shape.

It does lack forward and back buttons. But I have a Kone pure optical also plugged in for FPS games. So use that while using the net.


​cant you just programme two of the side buttons for use as forward and backwards?
I have the old and new Naga's and the Logitech G600. But currently I'm using the Scimitar.

The Scimitar is the best of the lot I would say. Optical which is better than laser, adjustable side buttons. And a great and comfortable shape.

It does lack forward and back buttons. But I have a Kone pure optical also plugged in for FPS games. So use that while using the net.
I was going to buy it a few days ago and found out it does not have back and forward function on the scroll wheel.
New2Deals
why cold, looks like the lowest price?

http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B019NWTRHW/amazon.png?force=1&zero=0&w=725&h=440&desired=false&legend=1&ilt=1&tp=all&fo=0&lang=en


​Because this is HUKO or Hot UK opinions. People will just miss the point and say they prefer the Naga or a mouse shouldn't cost this much etc. Not that this is the cheapest price for this product or not. But ya know we are all used to it by now and people who want one will still benefit here :)
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Corsair K95 Mechanical Keyboard New £74.99 delivered at Scan.co.uk

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Good deal for a Corsair board - the refurbished version is more expensive!
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Hey. Yet another unfortunate corsair k95 consumer here. Same story l.e.d. s went, then the whole keyboard. Have seen a couple of reported problems with their newer versions too. If it actually worked then this is a great price for this keyboard, features galore and made of sturdy material. I personally have lost all faith in both corsair and razor for keyboards. If you want to consider a cheaper, more basic mechanical, programmable rgb keyboard, then check out the motospeed CK104, its the one im using now and no complaints. US layout only tho, but perfect for gaming.
LazybeatX
Syst3mzero
Fatso666
jayd95
there was a similar deal for this a month ago, it's the model with the dodgy l.e.ds that aren't shielded so they only last a couple of months :-/
The LEDs start dropping like flies from what I hear and the Lux model (which supposedly fixes this shielding issue) costs around £150
Anything with LEDs is bound to die sooner rather than later to be honest
LOL!!!!!
LEDs are great as most have a rated life of at least 45,000 hours and many are rated to last 50,000 hours.
to put these hours in perspective if you have it lit 24 hours a day it would be expected that an led rated at 50,000 hours should reach 5.7 years. however lets assume you sometimes sleep and maybe shower, go to work, cook, socialise, go on holiday and all those normal things... on average your led gaming keyboard probably wouldn't be on more than 4 hours a day... the LEDs should keep working for 34 years.
Now I'm not contesting that the keyboard may have LED issues, maybe they didn't work out the power correctly and put more than the LEDs could handle or made some other daft mistake, what I do contest is that things with LEDs die sooner.
​I had this exact board and 2 LEDs went out in a couple of months. Bought a strafe rgb and so far so good with the LEDs.

I have had the the K70 for a couple of years and have had it apart twice to replace LEDs which is non trivial. Lost two more this weekend so can vouch for the reliability from my perspective. Great keyboard otherwise.
I had an IBM Model M keyboard with the clicky keys in the 90s, it came with a second hand computer we bought from the computer fair. Eventually my parents gave the computer away with the keyboard, imagine how much that keyboard is worth now!

I have a Corsair K70 with cherry red keys, I do want to try the a keyboard with brown switches but I don't know where I could go to test one out. The cherry red keys are good to type on once you get used to them but they are very sensitive so it's very easy to double press a letter or make mistakes as the keys are activated very easily
I got a brand new Corsair Strafe Red as a gift, looks awesome but already have a Razer tournament edition which is better for my small desk. Reminded me I need to sell it!
mrstick2000
How is this £74.99 delivered, the cheapest option I can find is to pay nearly a fiver to pick it up from a shop?
Google scan free delivery.
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Corsair Carbide Series 400C Computer Case - £74.99 @ Amazon

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Corsair has engineered the Carbide Clear 400C to pack all the performance and expandability you need into a compact case design. Put your build on display through the full-size window panel and keep i…
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I've got the 600C and love the built quality and cable management, but I am a Corsair lover lol

http://www.williams.gb.net/images/600c.jpg


Edited By: Panda221 on Aug 12, 2016 10:51
I bought the 600Q and wouldn't recommend. Moved from a HAF 932 Advanced (4 yr old case) and the difference is night and day in regards quality in favour of my old HAF 932.
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d3k
Very good case, but vote cold because it's normal price for this model.
But it isn't though? Amazon have just price matched Maplins recent reduction
This has been in my Camel watchlist for months and this is the first time it's gone below £80...
Doesn't camel working only on Amazon? Alza have it for £76 and I'm pretty sure I've seen it on overclockers or ebuyer for around this price. Mind you - I was looking for a new case 2 months ago and I was thinking about 400c but in the end I got thermaltake v21
Alza are located in Czech Republic and there's a delivery charge.

And yes, Camel works on Amazon... but Amazon generally pricematch most retailers, so if they drop in price, Amazon will as well. This isn't below £80 very often at all IMO.
i paid 91.99 only 12 days ago :( won't refund me the difference so i ordered another and going return the 91.99 one :')
mamboboy
d3k
Very good case, but vote cold because it's normal price for this model.
But it isn't though? Amazon have just price matched Maplins recent reduction

This has been in my Camel watchlist for months and this is the first time it's gone below £80...


Doesn't camel working only on Amazon? Alza have it for £76 and I'm pretty sure I've seen it on overclockers or ebuyer for around this price. Mind you - I was looking for a new case 2 months ago and I was thinking about 400c but in the end I got thermaltake v21
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Corsair Hydro Series H80i v2 High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler £74.99 @ Amazon

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Solid little AIO Liquid CPU cooler. I'm currently using one with a couple of Noctua fans for my 4670k, I've been considering another one with a GPU adapter for my graphics card. Stock fans in th…
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Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.


Hum... I get lower temps with a Scythe [email protected] Ghz... same processor.

Mine is a mITX system though.

Also AIO watercoolers are better for mATX/mITX system since they move the hot air straight out of the case instead of circulating it around the rest of your system.

Edited By: ollie87 on Aug 08, 2016 08:26: More detail
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hitman007
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.


Hum... I get lower temps with a Scythe [email protected] Ghz... same processor.
hitman007
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?

About 70 degrees under full load at 4Ghz.
Heat added. What temps do you get on your 4670k using this H80i v2?
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Corsair K95 Mechanical Backlit Keyboard Cherry MX Red £79.99 + £10.50 Del OCUK

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The Corsair Gaming K95 combines Cherry MX Red mechanical switches brilliant per key backlighting and 18 dedicated macro keys in a rugged brushed aluminum design that’s perfect for performance gaming.…
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snappyfish
I just had my keyboard replaced under warranty, please to see they have UK returns now (_;)
​what was the issue

A couple of LED's showed odd colours. Otherwise worked fine.
The plus is when the LED's die if you get the warranty replacement through Corsair they'll generally replace them with the RGB model.
Leds don't just die, they only have 512 colors.
snappyfish
I just had my keyboard replaced under warranty, please to see they have UK returns now (_;)


​what was the issue
mines still going strong after 17 months
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Corsair Gaming CGM65 RGB LED 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse Black £34.98 @ Ebuyer

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Best price i've seen for this mouse in a while. Not my cup of tea (I use a Zowie FK1), but could suit someone.
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Good price.

A few notes. The "sniper" button on the left takes some getting used to, it doesn't feel natural being there as its on the thumb rest area. But... you do get used to it.

It feels solid enough and I personally really like the shape.

My first one had to be replaced as the roller came off, dislodged from its shaft, but it was replaced.

I also have a Zowie FK1 which is my backup mouse, its great too but the coating came off it quite quickly. A good mouse but the material wasn't great. This one seems to last in terms of wear.

Just for info.


Edited By: Axeboy on Aug 02, 2016 16:29: changed to thumb, derp
good price, comfy, decent size and works great.
Also available at Scan for this price it would seem.
Ah man if I didn't have the non RGB version I'd snap this up in a heartbeat. The one I've got is lovely.
I don't like that logo but never the less it's a good price.
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Corsair CG H2100 7.1ch wireless gaming headset (refurb) - £45.00 - Scan

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Seems a pretty good deal. Normally £80+, this headset gets decent reviews in the press. I didn't list delivery charge as it's insanely easy to get free delivery/collection from Scan but even if you…
Rhythm Avatar2m, 3d agoFound 2 months, 3 days ago6 Comments
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Used mine today. They appear to be new, other than being in a "refurb box".

But having a lot of trouble getting sound from them. And can't get the mike to work at all :(

I get sound in Windows test (asterisk etc) but not in apps and games.
In use since release date, no issues at all.
Thanks OP. Seem like a good deal :) Will give these a try.
I have these and don't have any serious issues, the sound could be better and the microphone could be louder, but the connection is usually alright.
powerbrick
corsair forums full of problems with pairing issues, no wonder so many got returned and repackaged as 'refurbs'

Oh bum :-(

Had a quick look and most "resolved" issues appear to have been from people using USB hubs. I'll take a chance at this price and drop 'em back if no good. Thanks for the heads-up though
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Corsair K70 Cherry MX Brown - Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £89.99 @ Amazon

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Good deal for this keyboard, down from £119.95.
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thanks, ordered. would have preferred a deal on the RGB

Me too but I'm happy with this, it's my first mechanical.
I hate Corsair, particularly on a womans face.
thanks, ordered. would have preferred a deal on the RGB
Also available from Scan, red/blue black lit, if you collect in store or send to a collection point (my local offy is mine, so there would likely be one nearby)
Edit; at the same price as OP of course

Edited By: catbeans on Jul 25, 2016 17:57: See post
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Corsair WW Air Series illuminated fans 140 mm & 120mm Low Noise fans sale £13.99 Prime or £17.98 non prime @ Amazon

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Corsair Fans at it cheapest on amazon for £14 for two 120 mm blue or red or single 140mm for the same price. the lowest i have ever seen them except the amazon day that i think they were selling for £…
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In case anyone cares... these are sleeve bearing fans.
CookieMunzta
Grabbed some of these a couple of days ago for the same price. Combined them with a NZXT Sentry Mix 2 (with a massive saving of 5p), and they run practically silent, while still keeping the insides nice and cool (with good airflow, mind you).

looks good :-) i think i will wait a while and find a sale on the fan control panel
Grabbed some of these a couple of days ago for the same price. Combined them with a NZXT Sentry Mix 2 (with a massive saving of 5p), and they run practically silent, while still keeping the insides nice and cool (with good airflow, mind you).
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Corsair H110iGTX 280mm All-in-One Liquid CPU Cooler £89.99 @ Amazon

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Lowest it has ever been according to the 3 camels. It is basically a H115i before the rebranding, but £30 cheaper. Only £1 more than the H100i v2! Select Amazon as the seller on the right panel.…
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Seems ironic that this deal would go cold ...
MazingerZ
miaomiaobaubau
MazingerZ
Got this since 2015. Performs well. keeps my cpu at 24-30c idle and under load I hit about 38-44c
how do you get 38-44??not even the coolest intel cpu at stock speeds would do that unless you play inside the freezer
I wasn't clear with what I meant under load, I don't do any major 3D rendering, I use Adobe suite and video rendering puts my CPU at whatever load it does, I should have left that out lol.
I got you ,lol. But even under light load I am sure you should get peaks around 55c at a normal room temperature 22/24c. You see, I test a lot, got the h110,h100 now the h105(not used yet). In my experience there might be good air cooler even slightly better than the very best water cooler. Water cooler is a piece of mind anyway, no need to think twice. I think that what also could make a difference could be an extremely good paste, that is very important., the problem is, which one?? they are very expensive to take a risk for only testing. I use a simple but good arctic m4 .
Do not consider what I say, must be me that likes the extreme,lol

Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jul 22, 2016 21:44: dd
miaomiaobaubau
MazingerZ
Got this since 2015. Performs well. keeps my cpu at 24-30c idle and under load I hit about 38-44c
how do you get 38-44??not even the coolest intel cpu at stock speeds would do that unless you play inside the freezer
I wasn't clear with what I meant under load, I don't do any major 3D rendering, I use Adobe suite and video rendering puts my CPU at whatever load it does, I should have left that out lol.
MazingerZ
Got this since 2015. Performs well. keeps my cpu at 24-30c idle and under load I hit about 38-44c
how do you get 38-44??not even the coolest intel cpu at stock speeds would do that unless you play inside the freezer
Got this since 2015. Performs well. keeps my cpu at 24-30c idle and under load I hit about 38-44c
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Corsair Hydro Series H100i V2 240 mm £88.99 @ Amazon

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Just bought this amazing liquid CPU cooler for my new build. You Save: £21.00 (19%) Not Bad The Hydro Series H100i v2 is an extreme performance, all-in-one liquid CPU cooler for cases with 240mm
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Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
would not contribute to be any better by a single degree celsius, only a better quality expensive fan

Edited By: neroneuk on Jul 22, 2016 11:50
DevilzGtr
Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
Obviously those are going to cost a lot and these won't be much below this price.

Edited By: ruigoncalves on Jul 22, 2016 13:54: correction
So tempted to replace my Dark Rock 3 with one of these, just so my RAM isn't being touched by the cooler.
Might be a good idea to wait for Corsair to bring out these coolers with their new magnetic levitating fans
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Corsair Carbide Series 88R MicroATX Mid-Tower Case £29.99 Delivered by Ebuyer

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Warranty Two years Weight 4.8kg Form Factor Mid-Tower Dimensions 448mm x 198mm x 378mm Motherboard Support Mini-ITX, MicroATX Maximum GPU Length 383mm Maximum CPU Cooler Height 150mm Max…
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looks like this might have expired
Mid-Tower? I know that's what Corsair are calling it but this is clearly a Mini-Tower sized case. Also there's only 4 drive mounts (other than the 5.25"). I'd be unlikely to be using that much, but most MicroATX cases usually have around three 3.5" bays and three 2.5" bays. This only has two of each. Though perhaps this results in a less cramped and easier-to-build-in interior. Other than that, it looks like a decent case.


Edited By: _Valen_ on Jul 22, 2016 00:26: .
God dammit I bought this last week at amazon for 39.

It's a good case. It's super super light, as in what the hell they posted an empty box light. Nicely made, quality is similar to the higher echelon Corsair cases but everything is a bit thinner. Nifty hard disk caddy (2) and clever mounts for SSDs [or laptop disks] (2). Plenty of room for "normal" size graphics cards, I put in a dual fan 750Ti.

Weirdly there's loads of space up front, enough for a 2x120 radiator which seems a bit mad in a small budget price case. 2 mounts up top too (not enough space for a rad) and 1 mount at the rear.

So, yeh, great deal.
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I want to move down to Micro ATX, but don‘t need to. Good deal, heat added.

I went down to micro with the Fractal node 804 case from the fractal R3 ATX and never looked back, for someone who moves my PC around a lot to LAN parties its perfect
Nice price
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Corsair K95 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard RRP £144.99 now £69.95 + £10.50 del @ Overclockers.co.uk

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Older model of the Corsair K95 Mechanical Keyboard for ~£70, better than half price on RRP
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This is expired and out of stock
I seem to have ended up with a LOT of Corsair items in my new PC

- case
- RAM
- power supply
- keyboard
- mouse
- 7.1 headphones (en route to me now)

No problems with anything so far. Build quality of these items is far superior to competing products I have considered.

Edited By: LotusJas on Jul 30, 2016 21:56: added item
bough 2 older red mx k95 models and both had led issues within 12 months. sent back to corsair and had a completely shocking experience. eventually got the new k95 with brown keys which are far better (imo). i find corsair products so unreliable but oddly attractive to buy which is why i keep going back. had issues with everything from coolers, cases, 3x a860i psus, keyboards, mice and now even my void headsets. support is poor though but everything else on the market looks junk inc razr etc
TacticalTimbo
These have a huge issue with LEDs shorting, as none of the LEDs are protected against electrostatic discharge; I know cos I had one.
The RGB model was redesigned, and all the LEDs are shielded.
my led version is still fine ive got a k70 led , ive read more about the rgb leds breaking and having loads of rma's on the ocuk forum
512 colors.
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Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB (4x8GB) DDR4 DRAM 2666MHz C16 Memory Kit £115.98 @ Ebuyer

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LPX Corsair ram low profile. It is a 4x8Gb stick package. Free delivery. Vengeance LPX memory is designed for high-performance overclocking. The heatspreader is made of pure aluminum for faster
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Nate1492
Surely you could also flubit the ebuyer link above and get a similar deal, making the cost about £13.
Flubit offered me £106.09 for the RAM in this deal.
aceuk
The 2x16GB version of this kit is £128.99 from eBuyer or £118.66 through Flubit.
Spending the extra £2.68-£13.01 would give you the ability to put 32GB RAM in a mITX motherboard or upgrade to 64GB RAM (4x16GB) in the future.
True but very niche.
aceuk
The 2x16GB version of this kit is £128.99 from eBuyer or £118.66 through Flubit.
Spending the extra £2.68-£13.01 would give you the ability to put 32GB RAM in a mITX motherboard or upgrade to 64GB RAM (4x16GB) in the future.

Surely you could also flubbit the ebuyer link above and get a similar deal, making the cost about £13.
The 2x16GB version of this kit is £128.99 from eBuyer or £118.66 through Flubit.

Spending the extra £2.68-£13.01 would give you the ability to put 32GB RAM in a mITX motherboard or upgrade to 64GB RAM (4x16GB) in the future.
Seems to be the same price on Amazon but "Usually dispatched within 1 to 2 months". Can't find it cheaper, have some heat!
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Corsair AF140 Quiet Edition 140mm £8.55 @ Amazon sold by Gameseek.

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The price looks exceptionally low compared to elsewhere. But I don't know much about fans, so maybe the sudden price drop is for a reason. Also worth noting that Flubit offered £7.77 from the same
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Got my order cancelled, too. Gutted :(
Got my order cancelled :(
Missed out
Noctua NF A14 2000rpm industrial PWM ;) not cheap but worth it. 600-2000rpm range.
DevilzGtr
fariain
DevilzGtr
Good deal. Personally, I'm waiting for corsair's newly announced magnetic levitating fan tech.http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/corsair-magnetic-levitation-fans-gpu,news-53165.html
They're out now it seems. In fact, I'm tempted to get these instead now https://www.scan.co.uk/products/140mm-corsair-ml-series-ml140-dual-pack-7-blade-premium-magnetic-levitation-fans-af-sp-combi-400-200
Looks like they only came out 2 days ago.
An initial review by Guru3D can be found here, posted 4 hours ago http://www.guru3d.com/articles-pages/corsair-ml-magnetic-levitation-fan-review,1.html
The pair you found on Scan is on Amazon too for £26.99 with free delivery.



Yeah, flubit has offered me £24 for them
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Maplin - £43.99 - Corsair M65 Pro RGB Wired Gaming Mouse

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Available for collection in store and via their Amazon page as well. Current market price is about £54.99
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Looks to be the Older model at 8,200 DPI.

This is the 12,000dpi version.
Why cold?

IMHO this is the best mouse you can buy. I bought one a week ago, for a higher price.
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woldranger
​Thanks for that Pete. I do find it amusing when people try to be condescending (especially trying to dazzle people with their oh-so-amazing vocabulary) yet it's them that appears foolish. By the way, you may find your words have more impact if you're grammatically correct. Next time when you're trolling, maybe you should consult google and learn what a hyphen is and where to place it. You really showed me on that one!

It seems the gaming community has a very peculiar type of troll.


Keep your eye out for used 780ti. They shud b cheap too. Ive got a 650 gtx which runs some games fine but most games play horribly.


​Ah right, I'll have a nosy and see what prices they're going for at the mo. Thanks for the heads up.
woldranger
​Thanks for that Pete. I do find it amusing when people try to be condescending (especially trying to dazzle people with their oh-so-amazing vocabulary) yet it's them that appears foolish. By the way, you may find your words have more impact if you're grammatically correct. Next time when you're trolling, maybe you should consult google and learn what a hyphen is and where to place it. You really showed me on that one!

It seems the gaming community has a very peculiar type of troll.


Keep your eye out for used 780ti. They shud b cheap too. Ive got a 650 gtx which runs some games fine but most games play horribly.
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Corsair H110 CPU Cooler (refurb) £59.99 @ Scan

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Manufacturer refurbished with 12 month warranty.
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quiffy
I got one of the H105s from a few days ago, it was noisy so i put silent fans on it and the sound is a LOT better. 23c idle and 39c under pressure with no overclocking done yet. Well worth the money after changing fans.


​I changed my fans for the Noiseblocker eloop fans. very expensive but they look great, have excellent static pressure, are silent and push loads of air.



Those fans are gorgeous :D
quiffy
I got one of the H105s from a few days ago, it was noisy so i put silent fans on it and the sound is a LOT better. 23c idle and 39c under pressure with no overclocking done yet. Well worth the money after changing fans.


​I changed my fans for the Noiseblocker eloop fans. very expensive but they look great, have excellent static pressure, are silent and push loads of air.
MazingerZ
miaomiaobaubau
MazingerZ
It's loud aswell.
it is subjective to individual and how much we can support and sometime even like instead. You would not want a silent Ferrari I hope, lol.
Anyway, the fans do suffer of a rattling noise if and only when they push air up, only in the up positions. I had to change mine for this reasons. It is not bad and as I said it is up to the individual to determine how bad they can sound to their ear. Was not a faulty fan, they all are like that in this particular radiator and corsair is never done anything, they swap but the problem is always there if they do not give different fans
What do you mean in the up position? as in the top of a case? And do you think buying silent fans would make a difference without sacraficing temps? I have been thinking to sell the stock fans on the H110i GTX.

pushing air from bottom to up (top of the case in my situation), if you use them in any other position they do not make any rattling at all ex: top to bottom , side ways etc..
Just testing a MB at the moment in the open and the radiator is sideways, no rattling at all, as soon I move it horizontally it start to rattle
a very well known problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ehrCMVgRwg
returned one to corsair for refund years ago,previously they swapped fans (the same)but the problem was still there. Purchased 2 last year at £49 each from scan ebay, the problem is still there on both, obviously the price was the incentive to buy them.
Tried the arctic fans 140mm non high pressure and they work fantastically well in my opinion and they are silent.
High pressure fans are needed in my opinion on air coolers as they are huge and the heat must dissipate as fast as possible because of their thickness. On a water cooler it is a different matter, they do not need that much speed, there is no difference between the fans being at half speed or full speed, it is the radiator that would dissipate the heat much faster than an air cooler, this is the advantage otherwise some air cooler out there might even be better in my opinion. You must choose between a nice silent and slightly less efficient fan and a fast more efficient but noisy fan which everybody dislike for the noise.
In my opinion it is all down to the rest of the fans inside the case, the more heat the inside produces the harder the radiator will work and obviously speed of radiator fans needs to be increased accordingly to get rid of it without affecting the cpu temperature.
Anyway at £59 it is a bargain, to me they are new when you put it out of the box. Being a member of avforum does allow for free postage on items priced £50 minimum


Edited By: miaomiaobaubau on Jul 09, 2016 13:08
miaomiaobaubau
MazingerZ
It's loud aswell.
it is subjective to individual and how much we can support and sometime even like instead. You would not want a silent Ferrari I hope, lol.
Anyway, the fans do suffer of a rattling noise if and only when they push air up, only in the up positions. I had to change mine for this reasons. It is not bad and as I said it is up to the individual to determine how bad they can sound to their ear. Was not a faulty fan, they all are like that in this particular radiator and corsair is never done anything, they swap but the problem is always there if they do not give different fans
What do you mean in the up position? as in the top of a case? And do you think buying silent fans would make a difference without sacraficing temps? I have been thinking to sell the stock fans on the H110i GTX.
I got one of the H105s from a few days ago, it was noisy so i put silent fans on it and the sound is a LOT better. 23c idle and 39c under pressure with no overclocking done yet. Well worth the money after changing fans.
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Asus Intel Pentium G3258 H81M-PLUS Corsair 8GB XMS3 DDR3 Motherboard Bundle £126.99 Ebuyer

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Seems like a good deal if you add the cost of each components separately. Potential for a lot of overclocking. Inc free Saturday delivery Speil: Built and tested bundle Includes processor, m…
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A word of caution. I built a similar combo with a 750ti for my stepson, and although it has sufficient power for moderate gaming there are a number of newer games that demand more than 2 cores. The G3258 is a remarkable cpu for the price, but is not really a good cpu for gaming.
Good combo, but average price
Save a tenner by buying the parts individually: http://uk.pcpartpicker.com/list/MCqmt6
bencompston
I Have previously paired an NVidia 750TI With this processor which was a good match however I suspect if you hold out you might get a bargain on a GTX960 in a few weeks for around £100

p.s. that bundle isn't exactly amazing when you consider picking you own skylake based 1151 intel motherboard, i3 processor and ram - this would be around 50% faster and would be around £50 more



Cheers

I was more referring to the CPU here rather than the bundle in its entirety - to me the bundle doesn't seem a great deal because you would need to add a CPU cooler on top for an overclock right? This bundle just has the stock cooler.

As for your comparison of speed. After the overclock, wouldn't the i3 and this be pretty similar in terms of in-game performance looking at tests: http://www.tomshardware.co.uk/pentium-g3258-overclocking-performance,review-32974-4.html

Or are these outdated now?
I Have previously paired an NVidia 750TI With this processor which was a good match however I suspect if you hold out you might get a bargain on a GTX960 in a few weeks for around £100

p.s. that bundle isn't exactly amazing when you consider picking you own skylake based 1151 intel motherboard, i3 processor and ram - this would be around 50% faster and would be around £50 more


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Corsair Hydro H105 Cooler Refurbished (Half RRP) £49.99 (55.48 with shipping)

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Quality cooler for the price - purchased for my new PC along with 6700k, went into bios on first boot and cpu was at 26°c, easy overclock to 4.7ghz and stable at around 80°c. They also have some o…
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does it come with just a skylake bracket or all versions of intel plus amd?

Intel™ LGA 1150, 1151, 1155, 1156, 1366, 2011 and 2011-3.
AMD™ sockets FM1, FM2, AM2, and AM3.
Bought one of these and have fitted it, for the price it's fantastic, would recommend spinning the fans at lowest possible rpm or replace stock ones with 3rd party quieter fans. Again for the price it's a no brainer.

Edited By: Signal11th on Jul 11, 2016 16:38
does it come with just a skylake bracket or all versions of intel plus amd?
kookiee
unrealeck
Why do some of you think 80 degrees is unstable? Some CPUs are made to be 100 degrees maximum.
Some CPU's, for others 80 can be unstable, hitting 90+ on a regular and you want to look at better cooling...
Can you show me proof of this instability at 80 degrees?
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Corsair Gaming CG K70 RGB Factory Refurbished Cherry MX Red Mechanical Gaming Keyboard. £79.99 + delivery = £91.49 @ Scan

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Been hoping for Amazon to bring this back down to under £100 but this looks to be a good price for a refurb from Scan. Product Overview: The Corsair Gaming K70 RGB mechanical gaming keyboard begin…
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Brocily
Still pricey for a refurb


not really when they cost over £100 brand new.
Still pricey for a refurb
Same from Scan on ebay £6.50 cheaper with next day delivery £4.98 and not obscene £11.50

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Corsair-Gaming-K70-RGB-16-8M-Colours-Back-Lit-Keys-Cherry-MX-Red-Mechanical-/361589962642?hash=item543070f792:g:VXwAAOSwtJZXWbov

Edited By: Insider9 on Jun 22, 2016 21:42
new... maybe?.... refurb... don't think so
bentrewern
Can't comment on price as not the target audience but Scan always have such expensive carriage prices. I used to buy from them but now don't even bother to look at their site.
Just get the AV/Hexus free delivery?

I don't get why Scan are always criticised for courier costs here when free deliveyr is pretty easy to o brain, but on the other hand Overclockers never get criticised... even to the point their posts seemingly don't need the £9+ delivery charge included... despite the fact obtaining their free deliveyr is very time consuming


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Corsair Strafe RGB MX Silent Keyboard @ PC World £119.99

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Comes with 2 year guarantee as well, retails for £160! This is the silent version, with the keys similar to MX Cherry Reds but with a dampened sound. Great keyboard. EDIT: Amazon also seem to have
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Don't know where you got your retail price from. Corsair say £140 and even PC World say it "was" £150 and that was just for a two month period. Never used Flubit so yours is still the cheapest I can find. Heat added.
Sorry I sneezed just as I was clicking and moved the cursor to cold :(

Edited By: jdbigguy on Jun 20, 2016 04:35
Great keyboard.
Got one from Flubit for £99.99
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Corsair Gaming CH-9000092-UK STRAFE MX Cherry Brown Mechanical Keyboard £79.99 @ Amazon.co.uk

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Corsair Gaming CH-9000092-UK STRAFE MX Cherry Brown Performance, Red Backlit Mechanical Gaming Keyboard UK, Black @ Amazon.co.uk £79.99 Appears to be about £100 everywhere else
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Cherry Browns are the best.
I thought it was chocolate:)
Great price for a brand new one. I paid £69 for a Scan refurb model...
Why is this going cold? Seems decent deal to me?
http://charts.camelcamelcamel.com/uk/B0127NHKAK/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 Carbide Series SPEC-03 Windowed Mid-Tower ATX Case Black with Orange LED Fan £43.99 @ Amazon

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Very good case, don't think I've even seen it cheaper
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I have 3 off these cases ......great build quality.

One thing to be aware of is ....i used a twin fan Corsair H100 liquid cooler where i needed to fit the heatsink block and fans on top of the case as there's not enough room inside.

Works a treat though and makes it look even more rugged . ;)





Edited By: Mecoconuts on Jun 21, 2016 16:06: .
I have this case it's very well built for the price and a good design for the price.

downsides I can think of is limited drive drive space as it has these quick release brackets, 3 drives max. It advertises it has two more in the case but i have no idea where they are. Also the fans are screwed in rather than clipped, but I'd you are carefull and don't tend to mess around with them lots it's not an issue.

Edited By: catbeans on Jun 15, 2016 15:04: Added more
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Corsair UK Vengeance K65 Compact Performance Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, £59.99 from amazon

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•Compact ten keyless design - easy transport to gaming events •Cherry MX red mechanical switches •Full sized keys for full sized keyboard comfort •Full key Matrix Anti-Ghosting with full key rollov…
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Moved to Topic: Computers

Edited By: MrCollective on Jun 13, 2016 10:15
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Corsair Gaming M65 Performance FPS 8200 DPI Laser Gaming Mouse £29.99 @ Amazon

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Noticed this mouse has dropped from almost £50 down to £30. Quite a few Corsair items have been discounted. - Enthusiast grade 8200 dpi laser sensor - FPS optimized: ergonomic design plus a dedica…
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This isnt expired you need to go into the wee options lower down, 24 new from £29.99 mine said it would take 3 weeks to arrive came in 2 days and using it now, Good mouse.

try this link


https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/offer-listing/B0168UTUWY/ref=dp_olp_new?ie=UTF8&condition=new
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I bought this one on another deal earlier in the year. The USB connection broke after a couple of months and the rubber texture choosing started to wear down noticeably. I also found it too small and quite straining to use because of this. I've moved to the Logitech MX range which i can't fault. Better customisation and more suited for anyone without small chipmunk/Jeremy Beadle hands.
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amazon have more stock arriving end of the week im told.
I thinks it's ended
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Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard [Factory Refurbished] £63.10 delivered @ Corsair

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£55.02 + £8.08 delivery. This is the Cherry MX Brown version. Browns are the middle-ground between Red and Blue - some tactile feedback but without the loud clickyness of the blues. Lowest I've
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sunama
Call the US?
LOL.
No I placed the order, exactly like I would order from say Amazon.
Waited 2-3 days. Then it arrived at my door.
Online orders don't require phone calls...to my knowledge.


weird, I ordered last night and received this email:

Your order # ****** is on hold, pending further review.

To help us process your order as soon as possible please speak with a webstore representative at 1-888-222-4346 ext. 704, Monday-Friday 7:00 AM - 5:00 PM Pacific Standard Time. Residents outside of the United States can call this number free of charge via Skype.

Thank you again for being a valued Corsair customer.


so have to call them via skype and they progressed my order then....
Call the US?
LOL.
No I placed the order, exactly like I would order from say Amazon.
Waited 2-3 days. Then it arrived at my door.
Online orders don't require phone calls...to my knowledge.
sunama
I think mine took about 2 days. Maybe 3 days.
I have had the keyboard for a few weeks now and its performed flawlessly; very well built.
I'd have preferred it to be a little bit heavier, but this is a minor quibble.
9/10 from me.
The only problem is macro keys - there are none.
To get around this, I use a program called AUTOHOTKEY.


Thanks! Did u also had to call that US line number to confirm the order or it was only me?
I think mine took about 2 days. Maybe 3 days.

I have had the keyboard for a few weeks now and its performed flawlessly; very well built.
I'd have preferred it to be a little bit heavier, but this is a minor quibble.
9/10 from me.

The only problem is macro keys - there are none.
To get around this, I use a program called AUTOHOTKEY.
guys, how long does the delivery take? thanks
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Corsair Vengeance 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3 1600 Mhz CL10 £51.12 @ Amazon

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Back down to the cheapest price ever (According to camel x3) for a great set of RAM. Possibly cheaper through flubit - I got these on Flubit for £50 when Amazon were selling for £55 so Maybe try f…
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8GB 1866MHz Hyperx just posted at 19.99 so this one's cold for me.
A proper PITA with certain coolers, the fins are pretty ridiculous.
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Corsair CMK16GX4M2A2666C16 Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 2666Mhz CL16 XMP 2.0 High Performance Desktop Memory Kit £44.98 Amazon

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Cheapest DDR4 Memory I have found which runs at 2666MHz from a leading memory manufacturer. This is now back in stock - select Amazon as the seller from the right side of the screen! Get it while i…
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Hi, I have the 2400mhz version of this on XMP. Would this be compatible? not sure what will happen when i enable XMP with 2400 and 2666 sticks installed (using an x99 mobo)
I have the same combination. I do not use XMP as have CPU heavily clocked but have selected 2666Mhz setting in the BIOS selection list and have increased voltage slightly. It is stable but it depends on you overclockability of you 2400Mhz memory. You can take the simple route at setting both at 2400Mhz at default voltage.
Hi, I have the 2400mhz version of this on XMP. Would this be compatible? not sure what will happen when i enable XMP with 2400 and 2666 sticks installed (using an x99 mobo)
Ferrari100
DDR4 is getting cheap AF.


PC sales are mega low right now hence the price reductions.

Everyone is waiting for AMD Zen + AM4 motherboards to arrive.
;-)


What are those?
odysseyhun
Maybe its a stupid question but are these rams overclockable to higher MHz like 2800 or 3000?

The description on Amazon states "Designed for high-performance overclocking with 8-Layer PCB" - I have the 2400MHz version running at 2666MHz & will run the whole lot at this speed when I get the extra 16GB. Not sure it makes that much difference to be honest - probably 1-2 FPS in gaming.
DDR4 is getting cheap AF.
PC sales are mega low right now hence the price reductions.
Everyone is waiting for AMD Zen + AM4 motherboards to arrive.
;-)
"PC sales are low because people are waiting for Zen"? Something seriously wrong with that comment.
People running 2nd/3rd gen Intel CPU's don't really need to upgrade. That's the situation here. For gaming that is. 4/5 year CPU life cycle isn't out of the ordinary
Get of your high horse, it was a joke.
PC sales are very low however, to the point both Intel and AMD are rumoured to be delaying their next series of CPU/APU's.
Gaming PC components continues to be a growth market
I am aware of that. It's why AMD are gonna sell boatload of RX480's when they arrive.
I mean, 390x performance for under £200.
:-P
Take my money AMD.

Heard it's more a 290X.
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Corsair Vengeance K70 Mechanical Keyboard (Factory Refurbished) £69.98 + £4.79 collect from local shops @ Scan

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This uses Cherry MX Reds, and is factory refurbished.
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Bought this for this price a couple of weeks ago - perfect :)

Although free delivery for me for registering on AV Forums years ago :)
hothothot!
This is the price the refurbs have always been as far as I'm aware. Bought one a few months back. Had to send first one back as some switches were sticking. Second one has been fine. Good keyboard and a fair saving over RRP