Seasonic P760W Platinum power supply £128.69 delivered @ overclockers
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Seasonic P760W Platinum power supply £128.69 delivered @ overclockers

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Found 24th Apr 2017
Cheapest price I can find on the net for this power supply. Seasonic quality components inside and having owned several seasonic PSUs before I can vouch for their quality. This power supply will happiply run anything you throw and it and thats including when overclocked. Dont forget that 7 year warranty from Seasonic, last time I used seasonics warranty they sent me out a brand new upgraded unit within a week from Germany.

PSU Specs:

- 80PLUS® Platinum Certified Super High Efficiency
- 7 Years Warranty
- DC Connector Panel with Integrated VRM [Voltage Regulator Module]
- DC to DC Converter Design
- Active Power Factor Correction [99% PF Typical]
- Conductive Polymer Aluminum Solid Electrolytic Capacitors
- High Reliability Japanese Grade A Capacitors
- High Current Gold Plated Terminals
- Tight Voltage Regulation [±2%]
- High +12V Output
- Dual Sided PCB Layout
- Seasonic Patented Hybrid Silent Fan Control
- Sanyo Denki San Ace Silent Fan
- Ultra Ventilation [Honeycomb Structure]
- Full Modular Cabling Design
- Multi-GPU Technologies Supported
- All-in-One DC Cabling Design
- Easy Swap Connector
- Universal AC Input [Full Range]
- 63A (760W) on +12V Rail
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bbfb123

Free for forum members too



Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've lost count how many times I would have bought something from overclockers only to get to the checkout and dump it, either out of disgust at the pure greed of £10.50 or that the price of the item and postage pushes it the cost over that of other retailers.

Many a deal on HUKD from overclockers has been passed purely due the postage, this one is no exception.
K1LLER_HORNET

Join the forum and stop missing out on these sorts of deals.




They should be able to sell it for the same price if you're a forum member or not.. they should be happy to have custom. But screw Overclockers they have been extorting people for years, pretty much anything on their site you can find cheaper elsewhere with a better RMA service too.
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Don't forget the delivery charge of £8.70
rev6

Don't forget the delivery charge of £8.70



Free for forum members too
bbfb123

Free for forum members too



Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've lost count how many times I would have bought something from overclockers only to get to the checkout and dump it, either out of disgust at the pure greed of £10.50 or that the price of the item and postage pushes it the cost over that of other retailers.

Many a deal on HUKD from overclockers has been passed purely due the postage, this one is no exception.
revolver31

Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've … Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've lost count how many times I would have bought something from overclockers only to get to the checkout and dump it, either out of disgust at the pure greed of £10.50 or that the price of the item and postage pushes it the cost over that of other retailers.Many a deal on HUKD from overclockers has been passed purely due the postage, this one is no exception.



Join the forum and stop missing out on these sorts of deals.
K1LLER_HORNET

Join the forum and stop missing out on these sorts of deals.




They should be able to sell it for the same price if you're a forum member or not.. they should be happy to have custom. But screw Overclockers they have been extorting people for years, pretty much anything on their site you can find cheaper elsewhere with a better RMA service too.
Takes no time at all to earn free postage from ocuk so why not do it?
revolver31

Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've … Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've lost count how many times I would have bought something from overclockers only to get to the checkout and dump it, either out of disgust at the pure greed of £10.50 or that the price of the item and postage pushes it the cost over that of other retailers.Many a deal on HUKD from overclockers has been passed purely due the postage, this one is no exception.



If you've done that so many times that you've lost count, surely you'd have saved a lot of time by joining the forums and got a few bargains to boot. Sounds like you are cutting off your nose to spite your face.
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emodan

Takes no time at all to earn free postage from ocuk so why not do it?



Yeah you only have to wait 90 days and make 250 posts or 12 months and 100 posts
upperdecker1

Yeah you only have to wait 90 days and make 250 posts or 12 months and … Yeah you only have to wait 90 days and make 250 posts or 12 months and 100 posts



Yep but if your buy PC parts on a regular basis surely it makes sense to begin the process? I've been a member since 2012 and saved probably £200 on postage for what took me a few hours of my life
emodan

Yep but if your buy PC parts on a regular basis surely it makes sense to … Yep but if your buy PC parts on a regular basis surely it makes sense to begin the process? I've been a member since 2012 and saved probably £200 on postage for what took me a few hours of my life



​It's crazy how easy it is isn't it
emodan

Yep but if your buy PC parts on a regular basis surely it makes sense to … Yep but if your buy PC parts on a regular basis surely it makes sense to begin the process? I've been a member since 2012 and saved probably £200 on postage for what took me a few hours of my life



I joined there in 2012 as well, still haven't made it to 100 posts. Every time they have a deal for something I want I manage to find the same item or a similar item elsewhere for less when the postage gets put on top
upperdecker1

I joined there in 2012 as well, still haven't made it to 100 posts. Every … I joined there in 2012 as well, still haven't made it to 100 posts. Every time they have a deal for something I want I manage to find the same item or a similar item elsewhere for less when the postage gets put on top



​If your a genuine pc gamer/overclocker and you have a fair bit of knowledge you could do 100 posts a day easy.
bbfb123

If your a genuine pc gamer/overclocker and you have a fair bit of … If your a genuine pc gamer/overclocker and you have a fair bit of knowledge you could do 100 posts a day easy.



Unless you like working for less than minimum wage it's probably best just to use a better retailer...
lomax

Unless you like working for less than minimum wage it's probably best … Unless you like working for less than minimum wage it's probably best just to use a better retailer...



Plus there are better places to read/post than there forums too
upperdecker1

Yeah you only have to wait 90 days and make 250 posts or 12 months and … Yeah you only have to wait 90 days and make 250 posts or 12 months and 100 posts



Wow I didn't even know that, screw that I'd rather just find a different retailer.
upperdecker1

Plus there are better places to read/post than there forums too



​could you give a few examples, id like to join those places
Spod

If you've done that so many times that you've lost count, surely you'd … If you've done that so many times that you've lost count, surely you'd have saved a lot of time by joining the forums and got a few bargains to boot. Sounds like you are cutting off your nose to spite your face.


Sounds like I refuse to be conned into joining a forum to get free post, esp when I can get better prices and CS elsewhere, join the forum save postage you ever wonder what they get out of that? you don't get nothing for nothing and certainly not from overclockers.

But if thet don't want to sell the product that's there business, but lets face it they do all these discounts this one being like 29% off so they must want to sell products, the truth that they fail to realise is that they would sell more of these deals and products in general without the insane postage, with it I would rather shop at amazon for similar prices, I don't know any other company that costs £10 shipping unless you buying an electrical appliance or guitar or something.

Still if they don't care neither do I, plenty other retailers with better CS.
revolver31

Sounds like I refuse to be conned into joining a forum to get free post, … Sounds like I refuse to be conned into joining a forum to get free post, esp when I can get better prices and CS elsewhere, join the forum save postage you ever wonder what they get out of that? you don't get nothing for nothing and certainly not from overclockers.But if thet don't want to sell the product that's there business, but lets face it they do all these discounts this one being like 29% off so they must want to sell products, the truth that they fail to realise is that they would sell more of these deals and products in general without the insane postage, with it I would rather shop at amazon for similar prices, I don't know any other company that costs £10 shipping unless you buying an electrical appliance or guitar or something.Still if they don't care neither do I, plenty other retailers with better CS.



Because Amazon always listens to Customer feedback (my new Ryzen was left on the doorstep by their courier, chat window closes and nothing happens)....
Whilst on the ocuk forums, I can moan and argue with them to get a change through! Why do you think they use DPD? Because the customer base argued for it!

P.s. Whilst Amazon prime is great in theory, it's not so great if your post doesn't turn up or gets nicked!
bazpantsphil

​could you give a few examples, id like to join those places



overclock.net is probably the best place for pc info and over clocking.
Glix

Because Amazon always listens to Customer feedback (my new Ryzen was left … Because Amazon always listens to Customer feedback (my new Ryzen was left on the doorstep by their courier, chat window closes and nothing happens)....Whilst on the ocuk forums, I can moan and argue with them to get a change through! Why do you think they use DPD? Because the customer base argued for it!P.s. Whilst Amazon prime is great in theory, it's not so great if your post doesn't turn up or gets nicked!



Don't pay for prime either just another con, segregation of customers, a way to make money, and I don't care for compressed amazon junk video either.
What I can say about amazon is to this point I've had no issues, ye sure they price hike, they removed the tell us of a btr price feature, they use prime as a segregation to make more money and promise postage that doesn't always work out, and yes they used to provide the same free service to everybody, we were all treated the same and all got items within a few days, it was the best service at that point, now to get free post you have to spend over £20 which rules out a lot of buyers including anyone just wanting the new movie for the weekend so asda, Tesco, zavvi, base, hmv etc. get that business, they all make these stupid greedy errors, without them though amazon would be the only retailer with these faults in check there sales would sky rocket, then there would be less competition and more greed.

All this said I would still shop with amazon every time unless it's in my interest and cost savings to shop elsewhere, to date customer service at amazon has been solid and unless it changes I will always favour that element of security/confidence in buying, esp given how many company's are cutting corners and that were getting an increasing amount of failing electrical products esp in the pc market.
revolver31

All this said I would still shop with amazon every time unless it's in my … All this said I would still shop with amazon every time unless it's in my interest and cost savings to shop elsewhere, to date customer service at amazon has been solid and unless it changes I will always favour that element of security/confidence in buying, esp given how many company's are cutting corners and that were getting an increasing amount of failing electrical products esp in the pc market.



Well, it could be argued that for an individual buying, Amazon's CS etc. is good but what happens if Amazon have cornered 50% of the market? 75%? 95%?

I have noticed that their CS has gone down as they've gotten more dominant.

So yes, as in individual it may be the safest place to buy but if everyone shops with them and all the other retailers go bust, what will we get then?

At the end of the day, what's good for individual is not necessarily good for a large community. Yet, obviously nobody wants to pay more for worse CS even if it might be in their long-term interest. Essentially, it's a sort of a retail 'tragedy of the commons'.
revolver31

Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've … Regardless, to expensive on postage not everybody is a forum member, I've lost count how many times I would have bought something from overclockers only to get to the checkout and dump it, either out of disgust at the pure greed of £10.50 or that the price of the item and postage pushes it the cost over that of other retailers.Many a deal on HUKD from overclockers has been passed purely due the postage, this one is no exception.



I've not bought anything from OC for a few years but I feel like the sort of person that would use a deals website such as this wouldn't have a huge problem with the whole 100 posts on the forum thing for free delivery.

Definitely seen deals on here get downvoted simply for the postage costing too much, so I get where you're coming from.

This is a really really good price for such a high quality rated PSU, and the 7 year warranty is very tempting.
Gkains

Well, it could be argued that for an individual buying, Amazon's CS etc. … Well, it could be argued that for an individual buying, Amazon's CS etc. is good but what happens if Amazon have cornered 50% of the market? 75%? 95%?I have noticed that their CS has gone down as they've gotten more dominant.So yes, as in individual it may be the safest place to buy but if everyone shops with them and all the other retailers go bust, what will we get then?At the end of the day, what's good for individual is not necessarily good for a large community. Yet, obviously nobody wants to pay more for worse CS even if it might be in their long-term interest. Essentially, it's a sort of a retail 'tragedy of the commons'.



I would agree with this, they all have issues and for most it is about spending less, so as always lowest price wins, there has been a little give and take on cost for a better CS but again not £10 and no overclockers, ultimately the overall cost regardless of how is split up in product and postage, but overall cost is what I and many others look at.
Another negative is amazon don't do topcashback or voucher codes where as others do but again it comes down to overall costs given these additions.
revolver31

Sounds like I refuse to be conned into joining a forum to get free post, … Sounds like I refuse to be conned into joining a forum to get free post, esp when I can get better prices and CS elsewhere, join the forum save postage you ever wonder what they get out of that? you don't get nothing for nothing and certainly not from overclockers.But if thet don't want to sell the product that's there business, but lets face it they do all these discounts this one being like 29% off so they must want to sell products, the truth that they fail to realise is that they would sell more of these deals and products in general without the insane postage, with it I would rather shop at amazon for similar prices, I don't know any other company that costs £10 shipping unless you buying an electrical appliance or guitar or something.Still if they don't care neither do I, plenty other retailers with better CS.



If their CS is so bad and you think so little of their motives, why then have you bothered to try ordering from them and made the effort to get to the checkout so many times that you've lost count?
Spod

If their CS is so bad and you think so little of their motives, why then … If their CS is so bad and you think so little of their motives, why then have you bothered to try ordering from them and made the effort to get to the checkout so many times that you've lost count?



I had thought that the idea of £10 p&p would have faded and they would have changed but they haven't, that doesn't mean I will never visit the site again it just means I'm happy up to the point of checkout only to find I'm being rapped for postage, also worth note is the only time you find out how much postage is at check out, I suppose you could read through the T&C but quicker to basket an item then head to the checkout.

It's amusing that I have to spell this out to you, id think it was only common sense unless boycotting the site completely.
revolver31

I had thought that the idea of £10 p&p would have faded and they would … I had thought that the idea of £10 p&p would have faded and they would have changed but they haven't, that doesn't mean I will never visit the site again it just means I'm happy up to the point of checkout only to find I'm being rapped for postage, also worth note is the only time you find out how much postage is at check out, I suppose you could read through the T&C but quicker to basket an item then head to the checkout.It's amusing that I have to spell this out to you, id think it was only common sense unless boycotting the site completely.



No, what's amusing is that you'd keep trying time after time after time on the unlikely off-chance that they might have changed their policy! It's hardly "common sense". You'd have thought you'd just give up after a while. What is it they say about doing the same thing time after time and expecting a different result?

Surely it would be common sense to register a free email address, get the free forum membership, use the email address once to confirm the membership and then ignore any spam they send to the unused email address. Then you wouldn't have to just keep trying in the vain hope that something might have changed!
27 posts later - and none is related to the PSU.

This is unreal.
lhwjud

27 posts later - and none is related to the PSU.This is unreal.



True, but quite often a deal goes hot or cold over the supplier.

760W should be enough for most people - unless you want 3 or 4 GTX 1080s and a top end i7. Price looks good to me.
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