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50% Discount on EVGA e-Store. 4K i7 GTX1080 32GB DDR4 Laptop £1100, X299 Z370 Motherboards, GPU+PSU's from £163, Sleeved Cable sets from £18
Found 22nd MarFound 22nd Mar
Unseen prices even on used EVGA laptops on ebay. Deal landed overnight, after dropping prices on PSU - GPU bundles, EVGA finally decided to pull the plug and discount top of the li… Read more
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I feel your pain. I almost bought the one with RU keyboard but sold out while I was messing with paypal payment ^^


I hate people who do this.. it makes getting a good deal on an item I want a lot harder...

EVGA Z370 FTW Motherboard at EVGA for £97.06
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
Weekend deal, seems to be very good price for this motherboard, comes out to only £97.06 never seen ever second hand price of this. It's brand new sold by EVGA
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Yes, should be amended.


From what i read online the overclock is pretty good with them


shipping should be included in the title price, also is it really a bargain? Idk when you can usually pick up some msi boards for £130 or so, is the FTW very good at overclocking or something maybe im missing something


That's price after shipping. I think it's still a bragain for new board?


its not £97 its more like £115

EVGA NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1060 6GB GAMING Graphics Card + Fortnite bundle - £185.47 Delivered @ Scan
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 GAMING 6GB GDDR5 VR Ready Graphics Card, 1280 Core, 1506MHz GPU, 1708MHz Boost Comes with the Fortnite gaming bundle

You can sell the fortshite codes for about £20 too.


For a 15-20% performance increase it is worth the extra couple of quid for a 1660 model but this is a good price for this card although I'd expect the price of these cards to fall reasonably quickly within the next one or two months to clear the massive stockpiles of the 1060 GPUs.


the cooler is bad on these, not that noisy really but even on max speed won't be able to keep the card unthrottled, i had to replace it with aftermarket .The evga superclocked cooler is much better. Agree, <£150 could be considered, after 2 years this is far too close to rrp.


For £15 more from SCAN you can get a GTX 1660 so it’s not worth buying a 3 year old card such as this. These need to be £150 or less before they should be considered in 2019.

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EVGA BR 600 Watt 80+ Bronze PSU/Power Supply, £39.78 at Scan (UPS c&c)
Found 21st MarFound 21st Mar
UPS collection, cheapest delivery option. Features 80 PLUS Bronze certified, with 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads. Single 12V. Rail. Active Power Factor Correction… Read more

I wonder if its suits my asus vega 56 and ryzen 2600 pc build. Or should I go for 700W psu.


+delivery, as stated :)


£34.99 at SCAN


Ok thanks, I'll save up


Assume it is i7 6700(k) so your PC will use at max around 400w, Bitfenix formula 550w or Be Quiet Pure Power 11 600w are around £65 and both great PSUs. I know that is a fair bit more but the problem with budget PSUs is that ripple suppression is usually far worse and whilst it won't suddenly kill a component it will reduce the life of them especially if you have over £1k worth of PC.


You can get the Bitfenix Formula gold for around the same price which is a better PSU as the G3 range has a known problem with protections, although the formula isn't modular which could be a problem for some if you have a case without a PSU shroud.


still too much, lowest price on amazon was £78


Is the Power ON self tester the same as connecting the Green and Black terminals together on the connector?

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EVGA GM 450 Watt 80+ Gold SFX PSU/Power Supply, £59.77 at Scan (UPS c&c)
Found 16th MarFound 16th Mar
UPS collection included. Features • Gold Rated Efficiency: 80 PLUS certification ensures your power supply isn’t wasting power and turning it into excess heat. Under typi… Read more

Bought the 550, been well keen on putting together a mini gaming PC for a while.


It"s actually £58.98 with £4 DPD delivery 2-5 days. There are also 550W - £74.98 and 650W - £94.99 delivered version available on offer.


Excellent I had been waiting for a good sfx psu at a reasonable price, ordered thanks

EVGA 850 B3, 80+ BRONZE 850W, Fully Modular, EVGA ECO Mode PSU, £81.99 at amazon-prime exclusive
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
And Ebuyer. Main Features: Fully Modular to reduce clutter and improve airflow 5 Year Warranty and unparalleled EVGA Customer Support 80 PLUS Bronze certified, with 85% e… Read more

I would a avoid the B3 line entirely there are issues with protection and quite a few have gone pop on reviewers test benches.


Seems a lot for Bronze, I would have thought most looking at this size power supply (not sure why anyone would want an 850w) would be looking at gold, plat or titanium. Big fan of EVGA though, Not voted. I bought a Deep Cool Quanta Gold after seeing one stripped down and tested for £40 three years ago, not looked back.

EVGA CLC 120 Liquid / Water CPU Cooler, RGB LED Cooling, £59.99 at Amazon-prime exclusive
Found 8th MarFound 8th Mar
And Overclockers. Technical details: Radiator: - Dimensions (without fan): 120 x 120 x 27 mm (W x H x D) - Material: aluminum (painted black) Pump / cooling block: - Mate… Read more

The situations you have been in are as i mentioned later, these AIOs are perfect for situations where air coolers cannot be used (in small cases) because they provide enough heat transfer for non overclocked processors, regardless of the size of the case, it will be plenty for a stock cpu, that accounts for the zero deviation in your results in varying cases sizes, the only time i would use a AIO is in the case where i cannot fit a good air cooler and even then i would most likely prefer a low profile air cooler from noctua, they dont look the best but they do perform the best.


GRanted they aren't over locked CPUs how ever I have used them in small and large cases with not negative effect. In most instances two larger rads wouldnt be possible.


I Have used a lot of different branded aio and in particular a lot of 120mm in various cases and mostly in dual CPU configs and have yet to have any problems, noise issues or high temps. So wouldn't suggest the need to spend over £150.




They have vast majority of the models from corsair's portfolio in their offer. Scan and overclockers. From 240mm to 280mm all for the same price close to 50-60GBP.

EVGA 750 Watt GQ 80+ Gold Hybrid Modular ATX PSU, £84.78 at Scan (UPS/DPD collection)
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UPS collection included in price.

Often makes me wonder about the noises PCs make, I've neverheard of someone complaining about the noise coming from their fish tank but an AIO on a PC is deafening ?


Seems a bit expensive for a 750W when the 1000W wasn’t much more and I’m sure the 850W was the same price? Either way though it’s a good range of PSUs, I had loads of the 1000W units and never had a failure. 750W will definitely accommodate most needs.


ive got this one and i cant hear it in my pc my gpu and cpu fans make more noise


You should be able to put it in eco mode, no fan comes on unless it gets to 55 degrees C. I have the 850 G2 and my fan don't turn on often, look at the chart below and check this one has the eco switch, I'm sure it's on the list: https://www.evga.com/support/faq/afmviewfaq.aspx?faqid=59497


Noise Graph It's not particularly quiet, but then again it's an EVGA and non of them are. For a great quality quiet PSU look at Bitfenix Whisper M or the higher end Be Quiet range. Also don't listen to the common bad advice of getting higher wattage units as lots of higher wattage units have the same cooling as smaller brothers but use far more aggressive fan curves which results in more noise at same wattage as lower wattage units.

EVGA SuperNOVA G1+ Gold Modular ATX PSU - 750 W £82.99 @ amazon
Found 7th MarFound 7th Mar
Features • 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads. • Fully Modular to reduce clutter and improve airflow. •… Read more

Great PSU! Hoping that there’s a deal on the P2 line some time soon. This one is placed in the “B” list which is still pretty good.


Absolutely, it runs mine with loads to spare


Yes, I have a 500W and no complains :)


Powerful enough to run Vega 56 graphics card?

EVGA SuperNOVA G1+ Gold Modular ATX PSU - 750 W £82.99 @ amazon
Found 28th FebFound 28th Feb
Features • 80 PLUS Gold certified, with 90% (115VAC) / 92% (220VAC~240VAC) efficiency or higher under typical loads. • Fully Modular to reduce clutter and improve airflow. •… Read more

Best psus are evga/super flower. Avoid corsair they are dog sht


You've posted two PSUs recently. Do you have an opinion on which one is the better?

EVGA 600 B1, 80+ BRONZE 600W, Includes FREE Power On Self Tester Power Supply Unit, £50.47 at Amazon
Found 27th FebFound 27th Feb
And Scan. Features • 80 PLUS Bronze certified, with 85% efficiency or higher under typical loads. • Heavy-duty protections, including OVP (Over Voltage Protection), UVP (Un… Read more

Have you read the hardocp review, it barely passes the test and its only redeeming feature is the fact it is cheap, also check the date of both those reviews they are both over 5 years old. The reason I mention the age of review is because when this was released it was one of the better performing budget PSUs but a lot has changed since then, for a start no manufacturer should be still selling group regulated PSUs (which this one is), but now there are far better performing PSU for same price. What are you basing your "the suggestion that the CX450M is a better PSU is absolute nonsense" on as it is a far superior modern designed budget PSU and frankly nothing can beat it for bang for bucks. Where have I said I value modular cables over anything else??? the reason I recommend the CX450m over the CX450 is because they are normally the same price and the CX450m has 2xPCIe adaptors as opposed to 1 on the CX450. The other be quiet PSU I more highly recommended isn't modular anyway.


Would you care to justify exactly what you think is so bad about it? The professional reviews of it were positive (in the context of a budget model). https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/600B/11.html https://www.hardocp.com/article/2016/04/28/evga_600b_entry_level_power_supply_review/9 It's a perfectly acceptable unit for the money and perfectly capable of delivering its rated power even in warm conditions. Certainly the suggestion that the CX450M is a better PSU is absolute nonsense. You seem to value having a handful of modular cables more highly than how the unit actually performs at doing its main job of delivering power. Personally, I don't see non-modular units as an issue in the budget sector. The money saved there can go towards making the rest of better quality, and most modern cases have somewhere to stash any unneeded cables out of sight.


What does that mean? And did you receive the psu free of charge?


You mean you ;)


This is a pretty bad PSU and there is much better newer budget PSUs for around this price either a Corsair CX450m for £7 less or the much better Be Quiet Pure power 11 500w for £5 more. I know those are lower wattage's but if you really need 600w of power then you should definitely not be buying this PSU.

EVGA SuperNOVA 650 P2, 80+ PLATINUM 650W , Fully Modular , EVGA ECO Mode, Includes FREE Power On Self Tester, Power Supply, £99.98 @ Amazon
Found 21st FebFound 21st Feb
And Ebuyer. 80 PLUS Platinum certified Fully Modular NVIDIA SLI & AMD Crossfire Ready Unbeatable 10 Year Warranty

I can't hear the fan on mine? I left the ECO Mode turned off, the fan was that silent, thought the constant flow of air was probably a good thing to have


As suggested only use air, don't take any part of a PSU apart as the capacitors will take up to a month to discharge and can very easily kill you so basically never take one apart unless you really know what you are doing. But yeah EVGA make some good PSUs but they are not know for making quiet ones, but then again your still probably wouldn't hear this over a GPU though. But if you really want a quiet PSU then most of the bequiet range or bitfenix whisper m are good.


https://www.amazon.co.uk/Electronics-Compressed-Air-Dusters/b?ie=UTF8&node=200927031 But I prefer https://www.sgs-engineering.com/sc6h-6-litre-oil-less-air-compressor


I've been using this in my games machine for 2+ years, I've always had the fan turned off (ECO switch) and there's never been a problem. This has been running 24hrs a day for 2 years straight. A passive PSU that actually works. Bear in mind that the fan is noisy however, if you are intending to have it on. On a related note, anyone know how to clear out 2 years worth of dust from a PSU without killing myself or damaging it?


Check out the reviews on here: https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16817438055

EVGA GTX 1050ti 4gb Graphics Cards £112.50 at Currys instore
LocalLocalFound 11th FebFound 11th Feb
25% off ticketed price. Spotted in Currys Swansea. They also had a 1070ti @ 399 Ryzen 1300X @ £108.97 Ryzen 1600x @ £149.97

If. Hi Fran


Sadly this could be a wild goose chase scenario. Depends solely on if it is ex display stock or been on the shelf for longer than 6 months




Yeah should be fine. I also saw 1050 ti use less power than the 1060 and above. I own a 1070 already so understand ins and outs


Kinda need to make sure it'll fit in the case and the PSU can provide enough power. If it's a retail pc, that is.

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