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ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS - £126.13 (£122 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Spain
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ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS - £126.13 (£122 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Spain

£126.13£169.9926%Amazon Spain Deals
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ASUS TUF Gaming B550-PLUS - £126.13 (£122 with fee free card) Delivered @ Amazon Spain
Posted 7th AugEdited by:"matwalaboy"

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Decent low price here especially with the additional voucher that should auto apply, as always you can order using your Amazon UK account details. NBP based on Amazon UK.

Edit: Drop in price to £126.13

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Use a fee free card to save on conversion charges if you can.

Below indicative price using Amazon's Calculators
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Description

  • AM4 socket: Ready for 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen processors
  • Enhanced power solution: 8+2 DrMOS power stages, ProCool connector, military-grade TUF components, and Digi+ VRM for maximum durability
  • Comprehensive cooling: VRM heatsink, PCH fanless heatsink, M.2 heatsink, hybrid fan headers and Fan Xpert 2+ utility
  • Next-gen connectivity: PCIe 4.0 M.2, USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-A and Type-C support
  • Made for online gaming: 2.5 Gb Ethernet, TUF LANGuard and TurboLAN technology

Cheapest per the Camels and the voucher on top makes it pretty good
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Credit to the OP at MyDealz for spotting this earlier

Hope it helps someone.
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Guess the Asus cashbacks won't work as not Amazon uk
Great price for what looks like a good mobo.

It was out of my price range a month back so I plunged for a Aorus B550.
Is there a wifi integrated version?
So I am pretty confident I fried my motherboard somehow by replacing the ram from a recent deal when I try to turn it on nothing happens at all. It is beyond me how that happened but I tried various steps like clearing CMOS, removing battery for a prolonged time and tested my PSU just in case as well. This seems like a good deal to try and replace the MB just worried I’ll have to send this all the way back to Spain if any issues
Edited by: "iEimis" 7th Aug
iEimis07/08/2020 13:49

So I am pretty confident I fried my motherboard somehow by replacing the …So I am pretty confident I fried my motherboard somehow by replacing the ram from a recent deal when I try to turn it on nothing happens at all. It is beyond me how that happened but I tried various steps like clearing CMOS, removing battery for a prolonged time and tested my PSU just in case as well. This seems like a good deal to try and replace the MB just worried I’ll have to send this all the way back to Spain if any issues


Try to short the power switch pins with a screwdriver instead of using the case’s IO and also boot with 1 stick of ram only in random slots if you haven’t already.
l5xeus07/08/2020 14:05

Try to short the power switch pins with a screwdriver instead of using the …Try to short the power switch pins with a screwdriver instead of using the case’s IO and also boot with 1 stick of ram only in random slots if you haven’t already.


Have done, I reassembled the entire PC at this point (spent 5hrs troubleshooting) there is just no power at all running through it, it seems. Super strange
iEimis07/08/2020 14:07

Have done, I reassembled the entire PC at this point (spent 5hrs …Have done, I reassembled the entire PC at this point (spent 5hrs troubleshooting) there is just no power at all running through it, it seems. Super strange


What MB was it may I ask?
iEimis07/08/2020 14:10

MSI B350 Tomahawk


Sounds like you have done all the basic checks already, but may be worth double checking again.
I have a B450 Tomahawk and when was playing with the DRAM settings I had to clear CMOS a few times, was quite scary haha..

Not sure if process is any different from my board, I believe the manual said order was something like:

- turn off PSU and safely unplug power
- hold case button down for a few seconds to clear any remaining power
- it didn't mention removing the battery in the manual, I used a screw driver to short the 2 pins (as I didnt have a jumper) next to the battery (forgot name of pins). I used a tiny pressure enough to securely touch the pins but not bend them. As precaution I also took the battery out for a min or so and shorted the pins again just to be sure. This allowed me to POST into BIOs.

I believe the minimum hardware to POST is:
- MB , CPU, RAM and PSU

Might be worth removing other hardware like graphics card for testing. Does the PSU power on and any lights/POST beep when turning PC on? You tried putting the old set of RAM back?

Good luck
Edited by: "kyeung" 7th Aug
kyeung07/08/2020 14:28

Sounds like you have done all the basic checks already, but may be worth …Sounds like you have done all the basic checks already, but may be worth double checking again.I have a B450 Tomahawk and when was playing with the DRAM settings I had to clear CMOS a few times, was quite scary haha..Not sure if process is any different from my board, I believe the manual said order was something like:- turn off PSU and safely unplug power- hold case button down for a few seconds to clear any remaining power- it didn't mention removing the battery in the manual, I used a screw driver to short the 2 pins (as I didnt have a jumper) next to the battery (forgot name of pins). I used a tiny pressure enough to securely touch the pins but not bend them. As precaution I also took the battery out for a min or so and shorted the pins again just to be sure. This allowed me to POST into BIOs.I believe the minimum hardware to POST is:- MB , CPU, RAM and PSUMight be worth removing other hardware like graphics card for testing. Does the PSU power on and any lights/POST beep when turning PC on? You tried putting the old set of RAM back?Good luck


Yeah tried most of the steps you described (apart from GPU removal, but I am pretty sure there shouldn’t be an issue with that) there just doesn’t seem to be any power whatsoever unfortunately, might try CMOS just one more time lol
iEimis07/08/2020 14:30

Yeah tried most of the steps you described (apart from GPU removal, but I …Yeah tried most of the steps you described (apart from GPU removal, but I am pretty sure there shouldn’t be an issue with that) there just doesn’t seem to be any power whatsoever unfortunately, might try CMOS just one more time lol


We’re you changing the ram while your psu was connected to the mains?
Papso07/08/2020 16:09

We’re you changing the ram while your psu was connected to the mains?


No, fully disconnected
iEimis07/08/2020 16:54

No, fully disconnected


Dam that’s unfortunate, very random for that to happen. Well this would be a decent replacement or maybe one of the budget msi a pro ones
Papso07/08/2020 17:40

Dam that’s unfortunate, very random for that to happen. Well this would be …Dam that’s unfortunate, very random for that to happen. Well this would be a decent replacement or maybe one of the budget msi a pro ones


It is indeed. It turned on just after I replaced it but would not post and that is purely because RAM speed was different etc. So I thought I will reset CMOS and then nothing..
Can anyone explain to me the process of ordering off amazon Spain (or any European country) for that matter?
Sadpanda2107/08/2020 18:03

Can anyone explain to me the process of ordering off amazon Spain (or any …Can anyone explain to me the process of ordering off amazon Spain (or any European country) for that matter?


Just use your login details and can even use your normal bank card but in order to benefit from no exchange fees and better rates you are advised to use monzo, revolut etc. selecting EUR as currency
RobBraz07/08/2020 11:44

Guess the Asus cashbacks won't work as not Amazon uk


Anybody tried using the Asus ratemygear cashback on this MB?
Even though ordered from Amazon.es, I believe the invoice "sold by" section is details of the Amazon UK GB VAT address and number, so appears Amazon are just shipping stock from UK?

Would be nice if anybody does purchase the deal and feedback if cashback successful as that will be make this an even sweeter deal.
Edited by: "kyeung" 8th Aug
kyeung08/08/2020 13:49

Anybody tried using the Asus ratemygear cashback on this MB?Even though …Anybody tried using the Asus ratemygear cashback on this MB?Even though ordered from Amazon.es, I believe the invoice "sold by" section is details of the Amazon UK GB VAT address and number, so appears Amazon are just shipping stock from UK?Would be nice if anybody does purchase the deal and feedback if cashback successful as that will be make this an even sweeter deal.


Just looked at an order for some RAM from amazon.de and all the details are for amazon Germany so assume the same with Spain. Still would be worth a try tho
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