AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor £299.99 @ Ebuyer
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AMD Ryzen 7 1800X 8 Core AM4 CPU/Processor £299.99 @ Ebuyer

£299.99Ebuyer Deals
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Found 19th Nov
  • 8 "Zen" cores with a low 95 Watt Thermal Design Power (TDP)
  • 16 Threads thanks to Simultaneous Multithreading (SMT)
  • Very high single- and multi-thread performance
  • 3,6 GHz Base- & 4,0 GHz Turbo Clock with Precision Boost
  • "X" Version with automatic XFR overclocking
  • Unlocked multiplier for manual overclocking (unlocked CPU)
  • Large memory cache: 4 MB L2 & 16 MB L3
  • Highly efficient, non-planar 14 Nanometre FinFET transistors
  • AVX2 instruction set extensions for complex vector calculations
  • Two AES units for fast and reliable data encryption
  • Modern AM4 platform with extensive features
  • Supports energy efficient DDR4-RAM (Dual-Channel)
  • Attention: Boxed version without CPU cooler

    Really good deal in my opinion

9 Comments

Don't touch ebuyer.com, worst company I've ever had the misfortune to deal with. You have been warned.

Original Poster

twix411 m ago

Don't touch ebuyer.com, worst company I've ever had the misfortune to deal …Don't touch ebuyer.com, worst company I've ever had the misfortune to deal with. You have been warned.


Mind expanding on that? Why?

Justas_Same-112066757398053 m ago

Mind expanding on that? Why?


Well if you want a long story...

Link to my thread from a while back: hotukdeals.com/dis…e=2 (it s actually a top result if you looking for ebuyer refusing refund)

My main concern with their practice is the amount of people may either give up or not take it further in this case. AFAIK they haven't changed this policy.

I am not someone who will avoid a company or product through a bad experience, but they can't even accept they are wrong in this case and think they can overide the law with their terms and conditions.

Edited to shorten comment,
Edited by: "EagleUK" 20th Nov

Never had any problems and I done a few RMA with them.

Amazing price for this processor.

Justas_Same-11206675739807 h, 19 m ago

Mind expanding on that? Why?


I certainly can. I ordered a Ryzen 7 from them a couple of weeks ago, next day they cancelled saying it had been discontinued, a 4 days later to reappeared on their site at a higher price, they said that they couldn't u cancel and I would have to reorder at the higher price.

If you start avoiding every site that misprices an item and then wriggles out of fulfilling the order, you're going to have a pretty short list to choose from pretty soon. Especially if you visit this place regularly. They botched implementing a promotion. It happens. Amazon priced matched automatically and fulfilled the orders, but then they can afford to. You win some, you lose some. My advice would be to get over it, rather than making it your mission to get people to avoid retailers because you missed out on a bargain. Nobody's going to do so if the price on something they want is good enough. Including you, most likely.

Justas_Same-112066757398011 h, 57 m ago

Mind expanding on that? Why?




I can tell you why, they have a hidden policy on warranty claims, I had a controller go wrong after 6 months, a straight replacement you would think...Nope not for Ebuyer, they pro rata the amount down, so rather than replace I had to return controller and was giving a £11 refund, as I had used it for 6 months...

No joke, they are a horrendous company who I wish would go out of business (apart from the workers though)

Aretak8 m ago

If you start avoiding every site that misprices an item and then wriggles …If you start avoiding every site that misprices an item and then wriggles out of fulfilling the order, you're going to have a pretty short list to choose from pretty soon. Especially if you visit this place regularly. They botched implementing a promotion. It happens. Amazon priced matched automatically and fulfilled the orders, but then they can afford to. You win some, you lose some. My advice would be to get over it, rather than making it your mission to get people to avoid retailers because you missed out on a bargain. Nobody's going to do so if the price on something they want is good enough. Including you, most likely.

If they had just turned around and said sorry we misspriced that item then I would have been fine about it, it's happened before with other sites, but the fact they went out of their way to hide this and removed all ryzen cpus from their site, then claimed it had been discontinued only to put them back up a few days later at a higher prices is BS and I can guarantee I won't be buying from them again.
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