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FREE 240GB SSD when purchasing: ASUS PRIME Z390-P Motherboard £111.18 from CCLOnline

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Posted 27th MayEdited by:"sarden84"

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02/06/2020 £111

cheapest place is back again at CCL for this combo, get a free SSD with a mb.

ASUS PRIME Z390-P Motherboard

Intel Buyers, looking for motherboard?...

Buy this at the cheapest place on the net for it, & get a FREE 240GB SSD

Not a bad deal..

Key Features:
  • Socket 1151 (not 10th gen, but 8/9th)
  • Intel Z390 Chipset
  • 4 x SATA & 6 x USB Ports
  • DDR4 (max 64GB, 4 slots)
  • HDMI and Display Port
  • ATX Form Factor
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Soket 1151, so not comptible with 10th Gen Intel Core range. Something to be aware of if building a new PC now as Socket 1151 is effectively nearing end of life.
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You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:
techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213.

Sorry about the forure I caused here. The post was intended not as a damper on the deal but for people not immersed in the current tech. It was only after I bought a bundle (3900x, Aorus Elite X570, Corsair Vengeance Pro Ryzen Optimized); that I started to once again keep up with current tech.

This edit might be considered random too; so le's roll with it:

10600k as opposed to 10400 or 10700 seems to be a good buy, or on the red team (AMD) 3300x. I don't know about a comparison between the two but AMD is releasing an XT version of the 3900x (expensive) plus more XT refreshes. Then in the not too distant future they release Zen 3. AMD is coming on strong vs Intel.

*Grabs popcorn and awaits heated fanboy debate*

Very random comment alert: I have Asperger's!
Edited by: "masteratarms" 28th May
antony_provan27/05/2020 22:37

Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you …Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you can.seems very random comment .


Not really random, this is meant for people who are building and it's good to know? Seems a very random comment to be sensitive to.
Bertz9928/05/2020 12:53

Am with antony_provan - if someone was asking then the correction and …Am with antony_provan - if someone was asking then the correction and being informative is agreed useful in context. Randomly saying what it does not support is an endless list and superflous without context. Just like saying you can't put a Haswell in as that is a socket 1150 (which would make sense if someone asked can I upgrade my 4th gen i5 with this) or that even all 151 sockets are not compatible dependent on the 1151 socket revision (again if someone asked on their skylake).


I couldn't care less who's team you want to be on. Someone was literally just saying these aren't compatible with the new processors. That's pretty much all there is to it, move on.
masteratarms27/05/2020 22:35

You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are …You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:https://www.techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213


Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you can.seems very random comment .
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No mention of the free SSD at the link or when I put it in the basket.
Dougal_McGuire27/05/2020 22:05

No mention of the free SSD at the link or when I put it in the basket.


Its showing when I look on desktop.
You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:
techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213.

Sorry about the forure I caused here. The post was intended not as a damper on the deal but for people not immersed in the current tech. It was only after I bought a bundle (3900x, Aorus Elite X570, Corsair Vengeance Pro Ryzen Optimized); that I started to once again keep up with current tech.

This edit might be considered random too; so le's roll with it:

10600k as opposed to 10400 or 10700 seems to be a good buy, or on the red team (AMD) 3300x. I don't know about a comparison between the two but AMD is releasing an XT version of the 3900x (expensive) plus more XT refreshes. Then in the not too distant future they release Zen 3. AMD is coming on strong vs Intel.

*Grabs popcorn and awaits heated fanboy debate*

Very random comment alert: I have Asperger's!
Edited by: "masteratarms" 28th May
masteratarms27/05/2020 22:35

You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are …You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:https://www.techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213


Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you can.seems very random comment .
same deal same price @ scan.hope this helps.
Dougal_McGuire27/05/2020 22:05

No mention of the free SSD at the link or when I put it in the basket.


it says, one will be shipped out with the order.

**best advice, screen shot the front screen as proof***
Screen shot proof of free SSD with time/date.40894731-TcVlh.jpg
strange27/05/2020 23:06

same deal same price @ scan.hope this helps.


does that inc postage costs though?.
Is this the adata su630 240gb?
antony_provan27/05/2020 22:37

Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you …Okay :/ can't see where it's said that you can , or anyone asking if you can.seems very random comment .


Not really random, this is meant for people who are building and it's good to know? Seems a very random comment to be sensitive to.
kaplonk28/05/2020 03:02

Not really random, this is meant for people who are building and it's good …Not really random, this is meant for people who are building and it's good to know? Seems a very random comment to be sensitive to.



Am with antony_provan - if someone was asking then the correction and being informative is agreed useful in context. Randomly saying what it does not support is an endless list and superflous without context. Just like saying you can't put a Haswell in as that is a socket 1150 (which would make sense if someone asked can I upgrade my 4th gen i5 with this) or that even all 151 sockets are not compatible dependent on the 1151 socket revision (again if someone asked on their skylake).
Bertz9928/05/2020 12:53

Am with antony_provan - if someone was asking then the correction and …Am with antony_provan - if someone was asking then the correction and being informative is agreed useful in context. Randomly saying what it does not support is an endless list and superflous without context. Just like saying you can't put a Haswell in as that is a socket 1150 (which would make sense if someone asked can I upgrade my 4th gen i5 with this) or that even all 151 sockets are not compatible dependent on the 1151 socket revision (again if someone asked on their skylake).


I couldn't care less who's team you want to be on. Someone was literally just saying these aren't compatible with the new processors. That's pretty much all there is to it, move on.
kaplonk28/05/2020 13:13

I couldn't care less who's team you want to be on. Someone was literally …I couldn't care less who's team you want to be on. Someone was literally just saying these aren't compatible with the new processors. That's pretty much all there is to it, move on.


To be precise they stated one specific cpu and then expanded - which is completely random without the context of someone asking and as the point made would also be valid to list every example like not being compatible with a 4570K (or any other 1150 cpu for that matter)

As to moving on perhaps you should follow your own advice.
Edited by: "Bertz99" 28th May
I cba getting involved in this waffle above,

its a good mb offer for the supported 1150... as stated

// someone wants to state what that exactly means, great stuff.

enjoy
Edited by: "sarden84" 28th May
kaplonk28/05/2020 13:41

Comment deleted


If the guy had written - "just for those unaware the latest CPU's from intel have changed to the z490 chipset and use socket 1200 unlike this 1151" - then I would agree with you.

However, if you think saying - hey that's a bit random to give an explicit example (which it is) as joining it up seems to have missed a whole queston/answer situation and get on your high horse about being offensive as an excuse for you be so I somehow can see a pot and kettle here - can't you?.
This was a bad deal 2 months ago and it's a even worse deal now.
masteratarms27/05/2020 22:35

You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are …You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213. Sorry about the forure I caused here. The post was intended not as a damper on the deal but for people not immersed in the current tech. It was only after I bought a bundle (3900x, Aorus Elite X570, Corsair Vengeance Pro Ryzen Optimized); that I started to once again keep up with current tech. This edit might be considered random too; so le's roll with it:10600k as opposed to 10400 or 10700 seems to be a good buy, or on the red team (AMD) 3300x. I don't know about a comparison between the two but AMD is releasing an XT version of the 3900x (expensive) plus more XT refreshes. Then in the not too distant future they release Zen 3. AMD is coming on strong vs Intel.*Grabs popcorn and awaits heated fanboy debate*Very random comment alert: I have Asperger's!


I don't think you've upset anyone. Giving a free SSD seems to be a sales ploy as this is basically EOL at the moment. I've always had Intel (and not upgraded until recently), I can't see a compelling reason to buy them over AMD right now - unless you need that small win in very specific scenarios, the only place Intel has some safety is laptops where they have a really good grip of power efficiency. I can't see myself using them for a desktop build in 2020, AMD has really shaken everything up and now it looks like XT chips, Zen 3 and possibly 8-core APUs - will be exciting times, but not right now!
High demand for Intel still though.

So deals good 4 them..

Perhaps not for some or either me. But 4 them. It is.
sarden8428/05/2020 18:17

High demand for Intel still though.So deals good 4 them..Perhaps not for …High demand for Intel still though.So deals good 4 them..Perhaps not for some or either me. But 4 them. It is.


Possibly, but I would argue not for an obsolete socket. We will see long-term. I just see Intel adding cores to fight off AMD and shovelling more current into 4 year old Skylake to see how far they can Turbo Boost it. One of the biggest jokes is they don't actually supply coolers capable of supporting prolonged Turbo Boost. I miss the days when TDP actually meant the TDP you should expect. Now we have 105W CPUs that can peak at 320W+...
gameinn28/05/2020 17:52

This was a bad deal 2 months ago and it's a even worse deal now.


It’s not a bad deal at all especially for people going with a white aesthetic for their pc. Combine this with a 9600kf £170 from amazon and overclock to 5+ghz. Amazing stuff for ~£250 worth of mobo and cpu. For just gaming it gets about 15% more frames (maybe even 20% if properly overclocked) then say a 3600x which is actually more expensive than the 9600kf.
Given this deal started over 50 years ago is this still revelant?
masteratarms27/05/2020 22:35

You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are …You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213. Sorry about the forure I caused here. The post was intended not as a damper on the deal but for people not immersed in the current tech. It was only after I bought a bundle (3900x, Aorus Elite X570, Corsair Vengeance Pro Ryzen Optimized); that I started to once again keep up with current tech. This edit might be considered random too; so le's roll with it:10600k as opposed to 10400 or 10700 seems to be a good buy, or on the red team (AMD) 3300x. I don't know about a comparison between the two but AMD is releasing an XT version of the 3900x (expensive) plus more XT refreshes. Then in the not too distant future they release Zen 3. AMD is coming on strong vs Intel.*Grabs popcorn and awaits heated fanboy debate*Very random comment alert: I have Asperger's!



No, you need a Z490 motherboard for 10th gen CPU
plewis0028/05/2020 18:57

Possibly, but I would argue not for an obsolete socket. We will see …Possibly, but I would argue not for an obsolete socket. We will see long-term. I just see Intel adding cores to fight off AMD and shovelling more current into 4 year old Skylake to see how far they can Turbo Boost it. One of the biggest jokes is they don't actually supply coolers capable of supporting prolonged Turbo Boost. I miss the days when TDP actually meant the TDP you should expect. Now we have 105W CPUs that can peak at 320W+...


I wouldn't call the 1151 socket obsolete, the high end cpus for the socket are likely powerful enough for many years to come. I would say the 1200 socket is a gap filler for Intel with them pushing everything they can out of the manufacturing, so don't be surprised if this is the only gen to use 1200 socket. I have decided after much debate to upgrade my pc, now 10 years old but still performs well, i5 2500k, what have I decided to replace it with...well a £60 odd i3 9100f, which can perform just as well as processors 5 times the price because a lot of games still use single core, when they start to use more cores/threads I will pick up a i7 9 series, which likely will have dropped by the £60 at least by then. I put my main money into a quality motherboard an MSI MPG Z390 from CCL which are giving cashback when you buy an intel with it, see my deal - hotukdeals.com/dea…692
sarden8427/05/2020 23:34

Screen shot proof of free SSD with time/date.[Image]



I got this for £89.95 from AWD last time it was on offer here (2 or 3 months back). I'd rather have that offer than a small SSD as people need bigger C drive these days
Finchster28/05/2020 23:13

I wouldn't call the 1151 socket obsolete, the high end cpus for the socket …I wouldn't call the 1151 socket obsolete, the high end cpus for the socket are likely powerful enough for many years to come. I would say the 1200 socket is a gap filler for Intel with them pushing everything they can out of the manufacturing, so don't be surprised if this is the only gen to use 1200 socket. I have decided after much debate to upgrade my pc, now 10 years old but still performs well, i5 2500k, what have I decided to replace it with...well a £60 odd i3 9100f, which can perform just as well as processors 5 times the price because a lot of games still use single core, when they start to use more cores/threads I will pick up a i7 9 series, which likely will have dropped by the £60 at least by then. I put my main money into a quality motherboard an MSI MPG Z390 from CCL which are giving cashback when you buy an intel with it, see my deal - https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/msi-z390-gaming-pro-carbon-buy-a-intel-processor-with-it-an-claim-back-to-85-3473692


Obsolete in so far as the chipset and socket is a dead-end. I mean if I was upgrading now I wouldn't be buying Intel that's for sure. An i3-9100F is barely an upgrade though, same cores, no HT - someone was saying quad-core doesn't cut it any more and maybe they're right. You don't need 5 times the price either, a Ryzen 1600 AF or 2600 are around £110 at the moment for vastly more versatility. The PC I am on now in the loft room is a Haswell i5-4590S which is fine but it will get changed for a Ryzen - nothing enticing about what Intel offer until they bring out the next generation, the real next-gen on 10 or 7nm, not Skylake++++++/rev 6 or whatever it is.

I have tried doing what you're doing by buying low-end and upgrading CPU later, you find that as supply dries up over time the top-end CPUs hold their value well and become hard to find - for example, an i7-4770K for my board now is still over £100 and it's 6 years old. So while the theory is good, the plan never stacks up I'm afraid.
plewis0028/05/2020 23:55

Obsolete in so far as the chipset and socket is a dead-end. I mean if I …Obsolete in so far as the chipset and socket is a dead-end. I mean if I was upgrading now I wouldn't be buying Intel that's for sure. An i3-9100F is barely an upgrade though, same cores, no HT - someone was saying quad-core doesn't cut it any more and maybe they're right. You don't need 5 times the price either, a Ryzen 1600 AF or 2600 are around £110 at the moment for vastly more versatility. The PC I am on now in the loft room is a Haswell i5-4590S which is fine but it will get changed for a Ryzen - nothing enticing about what Intel offer until they bring out the next generation, the real next-gen on 10 or 7nm, not Skylake++++++/rev 6 or whatever it is. I have tried doing what you're doing by buying low-end and upgrading CPU later, you find that as supply dries up over time the top-end CPUs hold their value well and become hard to find - for example, an i7-4770K for my board now is still over £100 and it's 6 years old. So while the theory is good, the plan never stacks up I'm afraid.


Well lets face the fact that games are massively dependent on gpu and not cpu, I'll just upgrade to a 6 core i5, hyperthreading is not going to give you an extra 50fps, let alone 5fps. I'd like to have faith in AMD, I really would, but I feel safer with an intel, my i5 2500k hasnt skipped a beat in 10 years.
Finchster29/05/2020 00:17

Well lets face the fact that games are massively dependent on gpu and not …Well lets face the fact that games are massively dependent on gpu and not cpu, I'll just upgrade to a 6 core i5, hyperthreading is not going to give you an extra 50fps, let alone 5fps. I'd like to have faith in AMD, I really would, but I feel safer with an intel, my i5 2500k hasnt skipped a beat in 10 years.


That's the same argument I used and a number of people were quite adamant many games are pushing over 4 threads now. I also said some people will only use Intel (eg yourself) and that's fine but despite me using them all these years, I've been turned with the complacency of respinning Skylake over and over. HT/SMT won't give you a massive speed boost but it might sort out smoothness and stuttering if you're at the limit and those extras threads are free.
montana7828/05/2020 23:18

I got this for £89.95 from AWD last time it was on offer here (2 or 3 …I got this for £89.95 from AWD last time it was on offer here (2 or 3 months back). I'd rather have that offer than a small SSD as people need bigger C drive these days


Except you can sell the drive for £25 like I did. Or just use it for windows and a couple games
Thanks for posting. We have added this to the Highlights section.
i didnt think people where building intel systems at the mo?
masteratarms27/05/2020 22:35

You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are …You can't slot in a new 10600k (or other 10th gen processors), they are socket 1200 not 1151:techpowerup.com/cpu-specs/core-i5-10600k.c2213. Sorry about the forure I caused here. The post was intended not as a damper on the deal but for people not immersed in the current tech. It was only after I bought a bundle (3900x, Aorus Elite X570, Corsair Vengeance Pro Ryzen Optimized); that I started to once again keep up with current tech. This edit might be considered random too; so le's roll with it:10600k as opposed to 10400 or 10700 seems to be a good buy, or on the red team (AMD) 3300x. I don't know about a comparison between the two but AMD is releasing an XT version of the 3900x (expensive) plus more XT refreshes. Then in the not too distant future they release Zen 3. AMD is coming on strong vs Intel.*Grabs popcorn and awaits heated fanboy debate*Very random comment alert: I have Asperger's!


As plewis states nowt you need to be sorry for - seems to me you can talk for yourself albeit the one wanting to protect you from someone saying that is a bit random seems to have had a lot of their posts deleted by the mods for profanity reasons.

Random can be good (although not sure pretending it is not there or offensive when observed seems strange to me) and on the next touch pad - the XT being released shortly left questioning when zen 3 was due to hit September would you be doing a product refresh in the Summer and questions over there being issues with Zen 3 - albeit the rumour mill this morning is 5nm looking to be available in Q4 from their partner - so is Zen 3 going to be moved back a quarter and take advantage! All exciting times though regardless - that is before you consider that the via x86 licensing is in use and poised to come back mainstream - having a competitive market is healthy for all
uthypranks_TV29/05/2020 01:12

Except you can sell the drive for £25 like I did. Or just use it for …Except you can sell the drive for £25 like I did. Or just use it for windows and a couple games


It’s more hassle though and it’s not the kind of drive you’d pair with a mid-high end system either is the point. Not that you’d say no to it if the offer is there.
sarden8427/05/2020 23:35

does that inc postage costs though?.



postage free on all order also £99.98 now free postage.
postage free on all order also £99.98 now, free postage @scan
strange31/05/2020 01:03

[Image] New BUNDLE Offer ASUS PRIME Z390-P ATX Motherboard + WD Green …[Image] New BUNDLE Offer ASUS PRIME Z390-P ATX Motherboard + WD Green 240GB SATA III M.2 (2280) SSD Bundle LN107846 Was: £139.99£99.98FREE DELIVERY ON YOUR ENTIRE BASKET


good find.
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