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Corsair CX450W PSU £39.99 @ Currys/Amazon
Found 10 h, 32 m agoFound 10 h, 32 m ago
Picked this up around a month ago for £47.99 from amazon, great power supply that's bronze rated. Seems to be free delivery or collection too! Edit: Can be found at Amazon her… Read more
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Yeah not ideal for a 450w PSU to only have one PCI-e connector, but in reality it shouldn't affect that many, unless you have some 1070's or above which require two power connectors. The CX450m does have two PCI-e power connectors which isn't normally too much more than this.


Is that unusual for a 450w PSU? That would allow it to provide 225w of power to a graphics card leaving 225w for the rest of the system.


Tier 3: Not bad for £40


Whoops, I thought it was the semi-modular version. Thanks letting me know.


Yeah its an OK PSU, good for budget builds (basically its not dangerous like lots of other budget PSU's). But be aware it only has one PCI-E power connector.

Corsair 16GB (2x8) DDR4 RAM LPX 3000MHz £134.99 +£4.79 del @ Scan
Found 14th OctFound 14th Oct
Decent price for this high speed RAM kit. Corsair LPX is your standard reliable memory, no frills and no RGB. 15-17-17-35 CAS Latency Sadly RAM prices are still quite high these… Read more

Havent looked at RAM prices in a while... I knew they were getting higher but this is crazy high and the fact theres so much heat means this is actually considered a good price right now! I know this is 3000MHz but I got a 2 x 8GB 2400MHz kit in December of 2015 for £60 from Amazon. It was on offer at the time but even then normal price was about £80 and averaged around £40/45 per 8GB. I could do with some more RAM so hopefully the price continues to fall again now


That being said we are on hukd where common sense rarely prevails hence the heat! On a serious note ram prices in general are still far too high. Thankfully not in the market for some myself at the moment.


£136.** at Amazon.


Please could someone link me a single stick of 16GB @ 2400MHz? Thank you :)


I'd not even seen the life time when I purchased it. It was just lucky I checked before buying new... I'd presumed 12months. I've submitted RMA.. Let's see how it goes

Corsair HS60 Gaming Headset - £46.66 instore @ Sainsbury's (Fulham, London)
LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
At sainsbury's fulham wharf

None in the one I’ve just been in but hey why would there be!!


I need to move down south all the best gaming deals are located down there. There's people up north you know!!!

CORSAIR Harpoon RGB Optical Gaming Mouse - £20 instore @ Sainsbury's (Fulham, London)
LocalLocalFound 12th OctFound 12th Oct
At sainsbury's Fulham Wharf

i never seen any corsair or gaming brand before in my sainsuburys, only generic cheap accessory


Got this for £21 before, decent value but can’t imagine many Sainsburys will stock it

Corsair Vengeance LED 3200Mhz 32GB (4x8) DDR4 CMU32GX4M4C3200C16 - £264.16 @ Amazon
Found 6th OctFound 6th Oct
Possibly the best price at this point in time for the speed + white LED. (same price for vengeance lpx without LED) Also Amazon Much cheaper in 2016 but hey no one has a time mac… Read more
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Did anyone confirm this was Samsung B die? (Even though I'm not sure what this is myself :D). Oos now but dispatch within 3-4 days estimated. £260.54


True Corsair can use other ICs. If v4.31 on sticker it's Samsung B die. Should easy returns with Amazon if not B die.


Are you sure that the ones being sold now at Amazon are Samsung B dies.? Sometimes Corsair have varying revisions. I know that my 2x8GB Corsair Vengeance DDR4 LPX sticks are Samsung E die. At least they are not Hynix. It would be nice to get 2x16GB Samsung B dies, rather than four sticks tho.


Would that be enough for a Disk Operating System and Lynx browser?


Ah yeah didn't see this, I got it for 180 in 2016 and it was this exact 3200 stuff got 64gb for 360

Corsair K70 LUX MX Brown RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (Factory Refurbished) £89.99 Scan
Found 4th OctFound 4th Oct
Product Overview The K70 LUX RGB gaming keyboard has Cherry MX RGB Brown switches backed by a lightweight, durable aluminum frame. Advanced lighting control and large font keycap… Read more
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I bought a factory referb K70 from scan about a year ago. The first one had problems, some leds not working. Luckily the warranty was direct from corsair so they sent me another k70 (which took about 2 weeks) which was mostly fine but has slight a buzzing sound when at full brightness. Thankfully you cant really hear it unless you put your ear close to the keyboard. Overall experience, poor. Wouldnt go through that again.


Seems to be some Scan haters ! I find Scan great even in the early days.


(y) Because im a total geek! (nerd) You can go down a pretty deep rabit hole with mechanical keyboards. When your ready for custom ABS, PBT Keycaps, Artisan key caps, O-Rings, or ready to choose your own board, switches, keyboard plates and personal aesthetics then come join over at reddit/MechanicalKeyboards (y)


Wow... How did you know all these stuff? :) Thanks... Will scout around... Probably will start with the cheaper options...


If you dont mind blue switches you could have a look at the following which are under £30 Redragon K552 KUMARA or K551 or the VARA AUKEY Mechanical Keyboard TeckNet Mechanical Keyboard They all are the same board under diff manufacturers - all are 87/88 key compact keyboards using Outemu Blue Switches. Good build quality, Acceptable for the price If you want red, white, black, brown, blue cherry mx switches then youll need to pay more. Have a scout around and see if you can pick up a Filco, Ducky or Das boards if you want something better.

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Corsair HS70 Wireless Gaming Headset Carbon @ Amazon Spain - £76.23
Found 30th SepFound 30th Sep
Same model is 120£+ on Amazon UK. Use Revolut or similar. Pay in Euro. Price is delivered. Available 13 October.
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How are these compared to the old Logitech G930 wireless headsets? I had those and found they weren't very stable, constantly cutting out. If these aren't any good, are there alternatives for sub £100? Cheers!


They're actually only £79.98 from, you just have to click on new from and select amazon.


No one likes white.

SabreRat Sorry, It's more or less the same price everywhere. Good try though. (highfive)

Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Probably will go within minutes

Aww unlucky dude, I guess they must have not had enough stock. I got lucky tho! (party) Better luck next time man!


same with me, order cancelled and refunded.


Order cancelled and refunded with no explanation at all.


Most likely if the same bank configuration of memory chips on the sticks.


Would dual channel be possible with OEM 8gb 2400mhz ram and an additional stick of this?

16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 2x8GB 2400Mhz DDR4 USE PAYDAY CODE For £66.15 xbiteworld / Ebay
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
Grab them while you can ....

Maybe the price was just toooooo good to be true....! totally lottery...with no winners. Plus why cancel orderes from customers that ordered just 1 set ?!?!? a sale is a sale at the end of the day....clearly they had got their prices wrong.


Maybe people ordering 8 is why we can’t have nice things...


What a bunch of time wasters....very poor.




yea same ;(

16GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB 4x4GB 2666Mhz DDR4 USE PAYDAY EBAY CODE For £93.15 @  xbiteworld  ebay
Found 28th SepFound 28th Sep
USE PAYDAY EBAY CODE For £93.15 Great Price, 9 left at the time of type.

Please be ware of the seller's rating. A lot of feedback because of so called out of stock


16GB is usually more than enough for most people in Windows 10. A highly demanding game with a few background tasks open (like browser windows) might push system use as high as 10GB, rarely much more. Dealing with particularly heavy video or photo editing work then 32GB could be useful. Only for a very small amount of consumers however. If you don't know you need it you probably don't need it.




What's the realistic limit for RAM these days? 64gb and anything more is a waste? Obvs not server-level compute requirements.


Thanks! Managed to get an order in.

Corsair CMK8GX4M2D2400C14 Vengeance LPX 8 GB (1 x 8 GB) DDR4 3000 MHz C16 XMP £69.99 Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Cheapest it's been in a while...
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Right, so found this out ... If i remove the 2x8G 3000MHz sticks and leave it with just the 2x8G 2666Mhz sticks the BIOS reports 2666 I spoke to a h/w engineer at work and he reckons because there are two sticks now on each bus (dual rather than quad channel on my motherboard) then the load will be higher and it cannot run 4 DIMS @ 2666 so settles for 2133 as reported by BIOS. I got given 2x2133Mhz sticks and inserted those and again with these and teh original 2x2666Mhz sticks inserted the BIOS reports 2133. Bottom line - looks like with 4x8Gb sticks on my motherboard 2133 is the fastest it will go. So, returning these to Amazon for full refund and going to use the slower 2133 sticks!


Ah, not great then. Good luck with it :)


Updated my BIOS to latest version 1.0.13 after talking to Dell Support. There is no option to set the speed. Dell Tech Support say as have mixed 3000 and 2666 they find a common frequency with is 2133 so I should have purchased the same frequency. If anyone local (Central Scotland) wants to swap 2 x 2666 sticks for 2 x 3000 sticks?


Set the frequency in the BIOS


Bought it couple of weeks ago 2x8gb kit for £142 :D and now everywhere i look the orices are going down damn (cheeky)

Corsair CO-9050047-WW ML140 Series Pro 140mm Red LED Fan - Black/Red  £9.99 (Prime) / £14.48 (non Prime) at Amazon
Found 27th SepFound 27th Sep
Brilliant deal. I have some of these in my PC build and I'm very happy with them. There has to be some sort of pricing error though given the 120mm equivalent is £15.81.
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I had a 120mm ML fan and as pretty as it looked, it made a really annoying high pitched whine sound when over 900rpm (might have been even lower, can't remember exact rpm)... These make alright silent fans if you run em slow but I don't know how people are happy using these as rad fans. Good price though!


Same price at ebuyer


I want some white ones as well. After all having the right colour is far more vital than the temp. An all white case with red fans no thank you sir !!!


Thanks ordered 3 :)


good price, heat from me. Worth noting that if you already have a Commander Pro / Lighting Node Pro due to buying RGB fans etc you can just get the expansion kit - which works out a little cheaper: Also available for £26.68 from Ebuyer but you have to factor carriage cost in if not spending enough for free delivery (£49).


That's a nice deal. I hope those Alexa controllers come back


So total cost was £38 for the 4 x 5m length strips, then £18 for the Alexa controller, I bought 10m of 5 core cable for wiring up for about £6


What was the total cost you paid, if you don't mind me asking and what length strip did you go for?


This is the strip I purchased too

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x 8GB) 3000MHz DDR4 £127.50 @ CCL online
Found 26th SepFound 26th Sep
Slightly cheaper than the 16GB 3000MHz Vulcan RAM over at Overclockers once you take into account the FREE DELIVERY cost. (excited) Also has lifetime warranty with CORSAIR. Vol… Read more
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Bit of google here, bit of google there and you will get the charts.


How come?


Bought a set not so long back would only do 2933, voltage had to be bumped a bit also.


Almost like I didn't say it was the best. Nothing worse than people who want to be pedantic but are wrong.


Err... not really... But it is a top quality kit. 3000MHz CL16 is good but not the best

Corsair VOID RGB USB 7.1 Gaming headset - Factory Refurbished (1 year warranty) £49.99 @ AWT
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
Model CA-9011130-EU RRP of new £84.99 Ignore their description in regards to the warranty. It is 'Factory Refurbished' so this item is covered only for 1 year (confirmed in chat)… Read more

Unexpired - they added 1 item to the stock


Not sure if they would come with any signs of damage, nothing is in the description. However, they will definitely be in a perfect working order. Any way, shows OOS so expired the deal...


Do they come with cosmetic damage?


Corsair Fully Modular RM1000x 1000 Watt PC PSU [80 PLUS Gold ] £129.99 @ Ebuyer
Found 25th SepFound 25th Sep
With the new GPUs from Nvidia being out, some of you might be looking for a new PSU, if you've decided to go for a multi GPU setup on some of the older cards. This would be a decen… Read more

Is this sarcasm?


Only jonnyguru site reviews matter. Electronics engineers stripping down units to see the components,design layout, and testing them in hot boxes etc. WTF does linus know?


Depends on which Platinum PSU, in general the best brands for PSU are Seasonic, Superflower and FSP and other PSUs are usually made by them and then rebadged by another company. In the end read reviews on the PSU you want as they each come with their own pros and cons, such as loud fan noise or short cables. For this PSU, jonnyguru, a very reputable PSU reviewer, scored it very highly.


Is that too low?? Or too high? I can only picture the more powerful components drawing more power. MOAR POWAAAAA


Future proofing with a 1000 watt PSU (shock)

Corsair deals @ EGX Birmingham - wireless bundle at £199
LocalLocalFound 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Visiting EGX this weekend and have just visited the corsair stand who's have some great deals on Personal favourite is the wireless bundle at 199 saving over 60 quid!

Ohh, taking my daughter there Saturday, shall have a gander :)


I'm going down on Sunday. Any good? Do you have any pictures of the Square Enix stand??

Corsair 650 Watt VS650 ATX PSU/Power Supply Unit - Referb + £4 P&P at Scan £33.99
Found 20th SepFound 20th Sep
Refurbished VS650 - Corsair Power Supply - Fully Wired ATX PSU Ideal for budget gaming PCs, currently listed as on sale down to £29.99 from £34.99 + £4 P&P
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I should point out that Scan have been good about this (as they always are).


So without seeing this deal I went ahead and ordered this PSU from Scan..... what a mistake.... Worked for about 5 days before the first PC reset (the machine just dies and reboots) when playing on Oculus Rift. From that point on the resets got more and more frequent. Initially was only happening with Rift, so I dutifully removed and re-installed drivers, re-installed Windows (maybe drivers), etc etc, no luck. Last night it failed when running a non-rift game which had happily run before, so emailed Scan for a RMA. What I got back was not good..... Scan basically said that they are aware of issues with the Factory Refurb'd PSU's. Um, whut? As @FireOnAWire and @rp7122 said, Corsair VS series + refurb, avoid. Frankly, if Corsair get enough failures that they can create a factory line to refurb these and those refurbs are then failing, then this is just a crap product. See here for a list of decent PSU's (the VS650 is a Tier 6 - one level above the bottom rung):


Corsair psus are absolute rubbish, had only problems with loads of different ones even ones costing over 150+ pounds


absolute garbage


In all fairness, it was likely to answer my question :D Thanks to @Beehj84 and @rp7122 for their suggestions!

Corsair H100x - 240mm Rad / AM4 compatible £66.97 del @ Amazon
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
Cheapest it has ever been, decent price for a good branded 240mm AIO and from Amazon.
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Thanks for the reply.


Not very noisy in my experience, just uses cheaper fans which are a tad louder than those used on higher end closed-loop coolers. You can always replace them if it's that much of an issue.


Not had a H100 myself but I have the H100X and there's no Corsair Link functionality so you can't change the fan speeds or lights through software or anything. Performance is the same I should believe.


What frills are missing in this version?


Good price, but this model is seriously noisy (probably why it's cheaper).

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