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Corsair Raptor K30 LED Backlit Gaming Keyboard  £28.99  Argos eBay Store
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Brand New With a 12 Month Argos Guarantee

This is a great Keyboard and a steal at this price. I've had one of these for about the last 5 years now and it's still going strong, with no faults or problems.


I think only K60 upwards is mechanical? But it’s still a nice keyboard though there was an Aukey mechanical on here for £17.99 early today (Amazon Lightning).


Great keyboard I have one , but for fps games (which I don’t really play other than Fortnite with my boy) I find the keys are a bit stiff and I prefer using his cheap keyboard but for other uses it’s excellent


No its just a basic keyboard with red leds.


Excellent keyboard, I actually prefer it to my k95! Not a joke either.

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000mhz DDR4 £102.98 @ Amazon
Found 19th AprFound 19th Apr
Seems like a good price for a good speed DDR4 kit. During payment I also got an extra £5 for topping up £50 into my account so only paid £97.60. Amazon have them in stock at £104… Read more

Thanks.....cancelled my two orders with Amazon in that case. Thought it was too good to be true. Oh well, win some lose some I guess.


£102 deducted from my Bank account not sure whats going to happen. I do hope I can manage to reject the delivery (they leave the orders to the neighbours sometimes...) ScaM Computer INTl Ltd is complete joke :D


If it's through amazon market place, do they even get your credit card details? I assumed it would be like with Paypal, the store doesn't actually see your credit card details.


Amazon just relisted this as 8gb RAM...probably should cancel my order now, since i doubt its 16gb


WHAT possible use could a whole load of credit card numbers be , to these mafia wannabee's ?? :/

Corsair Vengeance Pro 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR3 - Red - 1866Mhz £101.49 @ Maplin
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Been hunting around for deals on Maplin's closing down sale and came across this it's actually the best price i've seen on this type of ram. Plus it will come in handy in a older … Read more

Yes they do. .. but my reply was aimed at miners and the price hikes on gfx cards..


They did but due to there overstock on everything and reluctance to lower prices they are STILL closing down


Did Maplin not go bust?


Just posted a deal for Corsair LPX 16GB at pretty much this price. Best I could find after the patriot ram got cancelled. In stock too!


I thought computers also needed ram. :p

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Gigabyte AX370-GAMING 5, Corsair 8GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 & VS650 psu & deapcool case £254.95 / £266.45 delivered @ scan
Found 18th AprFound 18th Apr
Ok this is a mega bundell and its pretty good Gigabyte AX370-GAMING 5 motherboard Corsair 8GB Vengeance LPX DDR4 (2x4gb 2400mhz ram) Corsair 650w vs650 psu DeepCool Dukase V2 Bla… Read more

Going with the 2400g with build in graphics cant afford the gfx card atm maybe in the future also need more ram so money will likely go into that first. Excited with my first build so much choice out there its mind blowing appreciate the advice


PS and LR, are not core hungry. I'd either look at the 2600 and a dedicated gfx card (photoshop does love gpus) or go for the 2400g and then upgrade next year (with the 2400g). The 1600 looks good too price wise .. I'd look at a low to midrange dedicated gpu with as much vram as possible (for ps & lr) Also the the 1700 maybe worth getting as that should sink to 200 shortly Depends on your budget


Kinda. You can get the Mobo and Board for 176.99 and the PSU and Case for 79.96 so only a squid in it, and there's a load of other PSU/Casew combos. All under Today Only on the same linky


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Looking for a photo editing suite photoshop and lightroom primarily some light gaming something with built in graphics that is future proof for a couple of years

Corsair Refurbished (as new) VOID 7.1 RGB Gaming Headset - £42.95 @ eBay (hyper-uk)
Found 16th AprFound 16th Apr
“This is a brand new manufacturer refurbished product. Item is exactly the same as new and comes sealed in a branded corsair brown box with 12 months warranty. Genuine saving of £4… Read more



"Refurbished" covers a wide range of sins but the vast majority of 'refurbished' items like this come from 'buyers remorse' returns to online retailers (DSR/CSR stuff) or retail/catalogue overstock (aka TK Maxx's entire inventory :) ) No manufacturer actually refurbishes anything - they simply check all the bits are there, quickly test that they work and repack em (often in a plain box as in this case - which deters bulk resale by making their non-brand-new status more obvious) Ear Wax - possibly but I guarantee you've had "new" items from online retailers and stores which have previously been 'used' - a LOT of DSR/CSR returns are resold as 'new' - clothing in stores has been tried-on before - headphones have been demoed and so on End of the day - if the warranty is good and you feel the seller will honor it - why not?


People who buy these report getting brand new units.


These are great - I have a pair which I got for £60, so this is a decent price if you dont mind the dried sweat/ear wax etc.


Refurb as new? Does that mean all ear wax has been guaranteed to be scraped off it before reselling?

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1x16GB) DDR4 3000MHz £149.99 - Amazon
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Features Each Vengeance LPX module is built with a pure aluminum heatspreader for faster heat dissipation and cooler operation Available in multiple colours to match your motherb… Read more
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Agreed, but really you want 2 x 8GB sticks instead of 1 x 16GB stick.


So its not the same product. Personally I'll be buying the 3000mhz ram since there's no guarantee it can be overlooked to such a degree. This is a very good price for 3000mhz


No a pro on RAM, but iirc overclocking RAM is not recommended since it will cause problem like random crashes. so its always best to buy high speed RAM than overclocking it. and if 2400MH can overclock to 3000mhz, cant this RAM be able to overclock higher than that 2400mhz able to?


depends on what you want have in your system, this would be fine for 32gb or 64gb configurations plus you can oc this ram as well..


Not the best price recently, the red colour ones were available at 1x8GB for £69.99 each making it £140 for 16GB and ability to run them in dual channel. EDIT: In fact still available 2400MHz but could be easily overclocked to 3000MHz.

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Corsair 650 Watt VS650 - refurb but cheap and cheerfull £34.99 @ Scan (+£4 del or free C&C)
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
budget psu, great for tight budget build,Great place to buy from, there are also other lower watt psu`s on refurbs cheaper here as well
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12m warranty, so steal at this price. Heat


refurb of an already dodgy line of PSUs how hard up do you have to be?


CWT psu's are dire, I bought one as a temporary one whilst my far better superflower was in for RMA. I got 1 month out of it before it randomly would switch my PC off. Despite being a 650w it couldnt power 2 samsung 850 ssd's i57600k and a gtx1070.


Cheaply made PSU, don't skimp on the power supply, get something from the Tier 2 or Tier 1 list.


Would you buy one if they have so many returns. It' saying something.

Corsair 650W ATX/EPS 80 PLUS Power Supply Unit £38.45 (Amazon Warehouse)
Found 15th AprFound 15th Apr
Excellent price for a decent PSU. Will be sufficient for most gaming rigs. Amazon Warehouse deal.
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any VR good to run at least Full HD games yet? any idea? (cheeky) I have heard of Project Santa Cruz...maybe on market street I could invest some money,but not sure how to :{


I'm not an electrical engineer so I've no way of judging whether a flash is expected or not. From an outside perspective the different effects of the two failures could simply be due to different components failing. Where it mattered - not damaging anything else and failing cleanly instead of intermittently - it seems to have done it's job. For what it's worth I've owned both expensive and cheap power supplies. My current one is the Caseking/OcUK own brand version of Sirtec's SFX platform because the more recognised brands were taking the silly decision to equip their supposedly small form factor PSUs with cable braiding, which makes the cables less flexible and harder to get past the many obstacles in a tiny case. Said case cost me £170, so I wouldn't particularly call myself a cheapskate. I just don't buy into the whole 'buy it because the individual components are better' mentality. There have been many examples where such a mentality has developed and manufacturers have exploited it by over-speccing stuff past the point where it serves any function. Jewels in watches, overdrive systems on monitors, refresh rate on TVs and so on.


I don't know much about VR, but as I understand it you need a decent gfx card (gpu) to power a VR set? Unless it runs off other hardware such as the PS4 version.


do you recon peops could give up buying latest graphic cards if they would have virtual reality set? (skeptical) (pirate)


it's not completely clear cut, but a good rule of thumb is that if a PSU can achieve higher efficiency, it's made with higher quality components. though it does depend on your usage, the efficiency gain of a gold or platinum certified PSU is almost definitely not worth it, but the quality it implies is. didn't actually see this linked anywhere, but this is the PSU Tier List that you'll hear mentioned in any PSU discussion.

Corsair RM1000x (1000W) Fully Modular ATX 80 PLUS Gold - £125.99 @ Maplin
Found 14th AprFound 14th Apr
Was searching around for a PSU as my current 850W isnt enough and came across this bargin!

i9 CPU's are VERY power hungry chips not a problem idling using youtube etc... But when you use Cinebench, RealBench, Prime95 that's when things start to get heated!


Still, you're pulling over 350w more than me with an i5 and gtx 980... seems a bit unbelievable. For context I have the older RM 550 and I have well over 100w to spare. I was actually considering going SLI as another guy had gone SLI at 600w but I decided 550w is cutting it too close & I wouldn't be able to OC. I'm very skeptical 850w is required for a single gpu/cpu system.& overclocking only brings up your watt consumption so far, I have custom watercooling for cpu & gpu with a 280x83mm radiator and a 240x23mm radiator so cooling isn't a problem and again (I put max volts through my GPU and for benchmarking purposes 1.53v into a haswell chip...), I still haven't had any power issues.


Could you elaborate? Sorry I don’t quite understand what you mean, which peripherals are you overclocking?


Well I couldn't bother to read all that really (lol) but from what I've learned before a power supply works best within a range. So as long as the MAX power you are drawing from a psu is within that range you have chosen wisely. Also vice versa if you buy something to powerful & just take a SIP of it's available contents you'll not only be wasting money on the purchase you'll be wasting money on electricity. It is probably worse to overate a psu by a silly amount as efficiency drops badly at low loads. Here is the efficiency of a Corsair RM1000. As can be seen for maximum efficiency anything from about 35% to 60% load is good. In fact in this case the Corsair does well at low loads (probably because it omits loads below 20%, I think you'd be daft tho' to choose to overate a psu by that much!) and not so well at higher loads. This Silverstone however does quite badly I understand I may have not explained it in such detail or in this way in my original post and on first look could be misleading but you should always check the efficiency chart for the psu you are buying and work out the max AND minimum loads you will be taking from the psu. However if you really don't care about wastage or pounds in your pocket........


The bloody power draw from this CPU man!

Cx750m corsair power supply on clearance £62.99 in maplin
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Nice price for 750w semi-modular 80 plus bronze power supply
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Had the green one a while back. Clicking fan drove me mad. I had to open to replace. Could of just been mine though, but i seen quite a few posts when i googled. But thats the world i guess.


each to their own, but a few years ago I had a client come to me with a faulty 'fresh' machine that he had owned for 6months built by one of the big UK etailers. It had a faulty CX750M. He contacted their RMA department and they sent him out a fresh factory sealed CX750M which also turned out to be faulty when I installed it for him. I offered to deal with the RMA service on his behalf but he didnt want to bother with the etailer so replaced the faulty power supply out of his own pocket with an EVGA SuperNova G1 650w which retailed for the same price as this current deal. The clients PC with the EVGA power supply is still going strong today although Its CPU is a few generations old. Googling the the CX750m at the time when i was seeking an alternative showed there were similar horror stories floating around so I just put it down to CWT doing a bad job rather than a retailer receiving a bad batch. At the same time, I have spoken to people who have had great success with the CX750M so for that reason I wont be voting on this deal. There are better power supplies that can be had for the same money which i would trust powering a high-end PC.


Got this, soon will be 6 years, no problems so far. Great PSU.Super quiet and reliable +++


Grey label CX750M was the only Corsair PSU I had to fail on me and it was the low-grade fan with a sleeve bearing that failed causing thermal shutdowns under moderate load. I would never buy this again... for not a lot more there are better EVGA Gold-rated models and a little more than that buys the vastly better RM series.


Can't seem to add to basket and no local stock shame

Corsair K63 Compact Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Free Delivery £55.99 @ Maplin
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
I was on the hunt for a new mechanical keyboard and came across this from Maplin. Cheapest price I can see online at the moment. £69.93 from ebuyer • Compact mechanical gamin… Read more

For anyone still looking at this, I've just ordered one for delivery even though originally it was in store only.


Pretty sure there's no dedicated macro keys on this.


Try instore collection


Looks like it's now out of stock online! Sorry! ;(


Sorry, there is insufficient stock for your cart. /sadface

DDR4 Corsair Vengeance LPX Red 8GB CL14 £69.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
1x8GB 2400MHz Latency: 14-16-16-31 Low Profile & Heat Spreader Designed for high-performance overclocking

This RAM has been available at many points over the last six months at this price level, so I'd question how much of a 'deal' it really is. That said, considering the current market, this isn't a bad deal. I note that buying two sticks of this 8GB variant together would set you back at least £160, which puts it in a good light. Personally, I still can't justify pulling the trigger at these inflated prices. It just feels wrong. Here's to a really cracking deal popping up in the near future (cheeky)


Ram prices used to go up and down wildly. But they went up a couple of years ago and never come back down. Price really has doubled. But that's the price these days. Annoying.


£70 for 8GB of DDR4 2400?!?! Why is this hot =/


You're amazing.


no, 2 I also bought 4x4 2666mhz for £25 on ebay

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB PC4-24000 3000MHz DDR4 RAM (1x 16GB) £149.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 13th AprFound 13th Apr
Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (1x 16GB) PC4-24000 DDR4 3000MHz Latency 15-17-17-35 Voltage 1.35V XMP 2.0 support Desktop RAM - NON ECC. Part No: CMK16GX4M1B3000C15 Link to - Corsai… Read more

With the right kind of blu-tack, an unlimited supply of Craft beers and the help of Harry Kane's shoulder anything is posible.


is this compatible with my s7 edge? so i dont need to upgrade to s9


LOL.... If you have to ask , "If this will fit" ... Best if you don't own a P.C . Or Google is your best friend Heat added as good price , and the priceless comments on here


I think iMacs use laptop memory (SODIMMS) and this is the larger desktop RAM. The speed isn't usually an issue as it will run at the lower speed automatically although I don't know how Apple do things!


I have a 2017 iMac the spec is currently 2400 memory , will putting in 3000 balls it up?

Corsair Dominator Platinum DDR4 32 GB (4 x 8 GB) 2400 MHz C10 XMP 2.0 Enthusiast Desktop RAM £249.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 12th AprFound 12th Apr
I know it's only 2400MHz, but tight timings and an awesome price for 32GB of DDR4 RAM. Been following it for a while to go in my Z170 6700k PC (my board can only push RAM to 2400M… Read more
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It is truly luck of the draw with corsair RAM, however, because of the very tight timings of this particular set, it was likely going to be high quality Hynix or Samsung ICs :)


Wow. Had no idea anything like that was possible with them!


I've just received mine, I'm a *very* happy customer, I got a set of Samsung B-Die ICs. I have them clocked to 3200MHz at CL16 rock solid just now, about to try lowering the timings. :D Thanks OP! You've literally saved me a stack of cash. Update: 3200MHz CL14 running absolutely fine. (excited)


If it was 3200 or higher i would have had it lol.


Who knows. Maybe 3,600 men will work.

Corsair CMFSS3B-512 Survivor Stealth X2 512 GB USB 3.0 Rugged Flash Drive £148 @ Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
If, like me, you suffer sleepless nights worrying about whether your pr0n stash would survive the imminent zombie-apocalypse this might allay some of your fears.

I just read the product description on the website. They said it had been fully tested and had survived a trip through the body of one of the undead and was still fully operational (after a wee wipe) when it came back out again.


Looks like a flesh light


512gb What? My first one was 128mb and I thought that was the dogs. Bargain really isnt it. Imagine all of the content you could store on there.


If it for long-term storage, why not just buy a four 128GB sticks for cheap, put them into a rugged, "splash-proof (flirt) " container (search ebay for "Waterproof Survival Case") and save yourself £100?


So all that will be left after the apocalypse is cockroaches and flash drives full of pr0n?

Corsair Bronze CX500 500W Power Supply - £39.95 at Amazon
Found 8th AprFound 8th Apr
Seems a good price for this quality power supply. I won't copy out all the blurb. Suffice to say, it is really well reviewed. It is a previous model, which is probably why the p… Read more

avoid budget psus because any possible problems will be invisible and could have very bad physical consequences, rather than just crashing. you want to a psu that's basically overcapacity for what you're doing. Personally I go for EVGA these days because of good warranty, my PSU came with a 10 year warranty.


Even a starving hamster could feed a 1050 Ti! The 1050/1050ti cards are ideal for just plugging into many cheap pre-builds because of the low power-draw, simple connection, cheap prices, and huge gains. You won't be proving much by successfully running it on a CX500 "500w" PSU. At least not unless it kicks the bucket shortly after. It's a good brand with a decent reputation selling a budget quality product. However, for you, with a 1050 Ti, your risk is low, and really what it comes down to. If you plan on doing anything intensive with well-performing hardware, then the majority of PSUs under £30 aren't just "budget", they're dangerous.


My power supply arrived today. Someone earlier in the thread described it as a lightweight supply. Believe me, it is anything but. First impressions are it is a quality build. The cables are plenty long enough and they provide a cable tie kit for management. I chose to avoid budget, sub-£30 power supplies. But, I could not justify a £80+ supply. First impressions are that this fits my needs perfectly. It really does look like a quality bit of kit. But, i haven't used it yet. As I said before, if it doesn't stand up to the demand, it will go back and I will learn a lesson. Based on what I have seen so far, it is pucker!


Having worked at a major PC component retailer, and seeing the amount of cheaper PSUs that got returned after going bang (even from big brand names). Believe me there's a reason they are cheaper.


What do you do with the other 14 hours? Do you sleep?

Corsair Harpoon RGB Optical Gaming Mouse , £18.99 Prime / £21.98 Non Prime @ Amazon
Found 2nd AprFound 2nd Apr
And J.Lewis. High-accuracy 6000 DPI optical gaming sensor with advanced tracking Contoured design provides a natural fit to support your playstyle Textured rubber side grips de… Read more

I'd say decent sized, my hands are big too.


What’s the size like? I have large hands and hate claw grip mice


Is it a large mouse? I need one that has a palm grip, or at least is large enough for my large hands


I love mine, and added a mouse bungee to improve it more. Great price.


Great price, got one of these for work and for the money I can't fault it.

Corsair K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard £127.99 @ Maplin
Found 31st MarFound 31st Mar
Maplins have a fairly good price on new Corsair K70 LUX RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard with Cherry MX Red switches. Part of the closing down sale!
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same keyboard cheaper on scan for £114.50 Scan sell refur keyboard. the same one as above is £85(non rgb is £50 ish). it say factory refurb so i expect it to be good as new


Where is the original for £50 less? also scan refurb?


Not a bad price but I personally think your better getting the original k70 RGB for £50 less, or a refurb Lux from Scan for £80


Cheapest I can see, I guess people are voting cold because its a lot of a keyboard

Corsair Gaming STRAFE MX Silent Mechanical Gaming Keyboard RED LED (UK) - Cherry MX Silent  - £66.98 @ CCLOnline
Found 29th MarFound 29th Mar
KEYBOARD LAYOUT IS UK (Confirmed by CCL) Strafe MX Silent delivers ultra-quiet mechanical key switch performance. It's up to 30% quieter than other mechanical gaming keyboards wit… Read more
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Bought this last week from there. Cracking keyboard.


I've confirmed with ccl, all keyboards are Uk layout as per the description. Photos are from the US site.


Got excited till i saw the stupid non-uk standard layout & the return key :(


Love it but would really like some simple media keys

Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB, DDR4, 3000MHz 32GB DDR4 3000MHz £285 @
Found 27th MarFound 27th Mar
Actually EUR 324,97 for 4 x 8GB Don't know how much shipping is. No a bad price with memory prices through the roof at the moment.

I dont know why this is so cold. just because you can get cheap ram sticks from other brands it doesnt mean this isnt a good deal. you pay for the quality. 16GB of this ram is £170-£190 most places. how is everyones basic arithmetic here?


I would neither spend that much, got ADATA 32GB two weeks ago for 143.14 on Amazon :D Anyway if you need it it's the less painful option compared to the other ridiculous prices.


Dunno that still seems pretty through the roof to me. Maybe it just looks more because it's 32GB rather than the 16GB kits that are more commonly seen. Yesterday saw Amazon UK had some 16 GB kits for back order at £114 but sadly gone now. Personally that is about the most I would pay...

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