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MSI MEG X570 ACE AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £312.70  ebay ebuyer_uk_ltd
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MSI MEG X570 ACE AM4 DDR4 ATX Motherboard £312.70 ebay ebuyer_uk_ltd

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Posted 16th Jul

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Specifications

Model Name MEG X570 ACE
CPU Support Supports 2nd and 3rd Gen AMD Ryzen / Ryzen with Radeon Vega Graphics and 2nd Gen AMD Ryzen with Radeon Graphics Desktop Processors
CPU Socket Socket AM4
Chipset AMD
X570 Chipset
Graphics Interface 3 x PCI-E 4.0 x16 slots
Supports 2-way SLI / 3-way CrossFire
Memory Support 4 DIMMs, Dual Channel DDR4-4533+(OC)
Storage 3 x Lightning Gen 4 M.2 slots
4 x SATA 6Gb/s ports
USB Ports 5 x USB 3.2 (Gen2, 3A+2C) + 6 x USB 3.2 (Gen1) + 6 x
USB 2.0
LAN Realtek8125-CG 2.5G LAN, Intel
I211AT Gigabit LAN
Wi-Fi / BT Intel
Wi-Fi 6 AX200
Audio 8-Channel (7.1) HD Audio with Audio Boost HD
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Posting 6 very similar mobo deals in a row is a bit spammy and likely to go cold as a result... Worth combing them next time.
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Posting 6 very similar mobo deals in a row is a bit spammy and likely to go cold as a result... Worth combing them next time.
SirSpanky16/07/2019 07:10

Posting 6 very similar mobo deals in a row is a bit spammy and likely to …Posting 6 very similar mobo deals in a row is a bit spammy and likely to go cold as a result... Worth combing them next time.


7. And I agree, it just clogs everything up.
Anything which is Ebuyer + Ebay code is a cold for me. Ebuyer jacked up their prices just when that ebay code was released. Do they think we're all stupid?
mebzz16/07/2019 08:31

Anything which is Ebuyer + Ebay code is a cold for me. Ebuyer jacked up …Anything which is Ebuyer + Ebay code is a cold for me. Ebuyer jacked up their prices just when that ebay code was released. Do they think we're all stupid?


Still cheaper than what’s available. Agree they’re advertise on eBay at a higher amount than their own site but have always done this, not specifically before codes etc are released
Example....Ryzen 5 2600 is around 120 everywhere. Their own site £125. On ebay they put £142.53. Therefore with code it's about £114. Let's see how they change their price once code has expired.
Okay, people have a problem with ebuyer raising the prices. Its crap, but show me another place to get an X570 ACE board for less than £349.99? If this is the board you really want, this is a great deal.
ConfusedCheese17/07/2019 13:36

Okay, people have a problem with ebuyer raising the prices. Its crap, but …Okay, people have a problem with ebuyer raising the prices. Its crap, but show me another place to get an X570 ACE board for less than £349.99? If this is the board you really want, this is a great deal.


Seems like people cant see passed the thought of being "mugged off". But, as a business I can see why they do it if they have to pay fees etc to paypal/ebay. But, it is cheaper than anywhere else so I dont really care!
SourMash9117/07/2019 16:17

Seems like people cant see passed the thought of being "mugged off". But, …Seems like people cant see passed the thought of being "mugged off". But, as a business I can see why they do it if they have to pay fees etc to paypal/ebay. But, it is cheaper than anywhere else so I dont really care!


A business would use ebay because it means they dont have to buy a shop or pay for advertising.
Therefore they can offer cheaper goods.
This is then offset to a degree by ebays costs. Otherwise ebay would be completely unviable as a seller or for ebay.

Hiking up prices on ebay is not justifiable. Of course this comes out in the wash with lower sales.
What is bad is if ebay are funding the discount code. We should get a net 20% saving over rrp. Both ebay and the customer are being robbed if this is the case.
Of course i have to wonder if ebay really are funding it all - hence ebuyer seeming to hike up there prices.
I don't feel robbed, saving £38 over any other retailer I can find with stock of this motherboard is a win for me. Interestingly the ebay order has appeared in my ebuyer account too so I can track it there and claim the free AIO watercooler with this product.
ConfusedCheese17/07/2019 22:17

I don't feel robbed, saving £38 over any other retailer I can find with …I don't feel robbed, saving £38 over any other retailer I can find with stock of this motherboard is a win for me. Interestingly the ebay order has appeared in my ebuyer account too so I can track it there and claim the free AIO watercooler with this product.


Just completed my promotion application, awaiting delivery of cooler as I write
r200ti17/07/2019 18:24

A business would use ebay because it means they dont have to buy a shop or …A business would use ebay because it means they dont have to buy a shop or pay for advertising. Therefore they can offer cheaper goods. This is then offset to a degree by ebays costs. Otherwise ebay would be completely unviable as a seller or for ebay. Hiking up prices on ebay is not justifiable. Of course this comes out in the wash with lower sales. What is bad is if ebay are funding the discount code. We should get a net 20% saving over rrp. Both ebay and the customer are being robbed if this is the case. Of course i have to wonder if ebay really are funding it all - hence ebuyer seeming to hike up there prices.


As usual there are a lot of users moaning about prices, It's cheaper and the best deal on this motherboard you can get, by the time i sell the RGB AIO, I would have got the ACE for £260 roughly.
All this voting down Is absurd, It's an amazing deal. 10/10 for your comments
mebzz16/07/2019 08:31

Anything which is Ebuyer + Ebay code is a cold for me. Ebuyer jacked up …Anything which is Ebuyer + Ebay code is a cold for me. Ebuyer jacked up their prices just when that ebay code was released. Do they think we're all stupid?


Why do you care If you are getting It cheaper than retail price, I don't get your logic
It's not always only about price. I choose to spend my money with reputable dealers that don't try to make fools of customers.

So long as price is not too different, I will always support the retailers I like.
mebzz19/07/2019 10:37

It's not always only about price. I choose to spend my money with …It's not always only about price. I choose to spend my money with reputable dealers that don't try to make fools of customers. So long as price is not too different, I will always support the retailers I like.


Fine, but are you not voting on the deal, rather than your personal preference of retailer? I've been buying from ebuyer for years, and although I prefer scan I'd take a near £40 discount from ebuyer any day. By downvoting you're taking away the chance for others to spot a great deal based on your own personal preference rather than the cost saving which is what this site is all about.
ConfusedCheese19/07/2019 10:53

Fine, but are you not voting on the deal, rather than your personal …Fine, but are you not voting on the deal, rather than your personal preference of retailer? I've been buying from ebuyer for years, and although I prefer scan I'd take a near £40 discount from ebuyer any day. By downvoting you're taking away the chance for others to spot a great deal based on your own personal preference rather than the cost saving which is what this site is all about.


Fair point, thanks.

I did only downvote it when I saw it was -200 or so. It's only got colder since then.
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