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£5 off selected gaming, using discount code @ Currys
Posted 2 h, 37 m agoPosted 2 h, 37 m ago
Should give free nex day delivery but gives £5 off and free standard delivery (see screenshot below. Offer only applies to those with the promo on product page. Includdes gaming … Read more

Much prefer the Currys code deal posted like this rather than dozens of individual game deals we usually see for what is essentially the same offer.


Yesterday Res village was £39.99 today it's £44.99 so I can see what's occuring.


I've been trying the FNDDGME code and this one on Mario Kart 8 bundle everytime they come up. I get to check out and it throws out the message "We can't process this order". Why accept the code if it won't process the order?! So infuriating.


It only works on products that has the promo code on page, so if no promo then code then very unlikely won't apply :)


Would this work on xbox gift cards etc

SteelSeries Arctis 9X (Grade A Refurbished) Wireless Xbox Headset for £108 Delivered, with Code @ StockMustGo
Posted 4 h, 12 m agoPosted 4 h, 12 m ago
Often mooted as the best XBox wireless headset in town. This Grade A refurbished set comes with a 12 month warranty. £2.20 Topcashback potential… Read more

Bought these from stockmustgo and returned..horrible horrible headset. Just constant interference..used the xbox one wireless adapter for PC too. Steelseries recommended disabling 2.4ghz, 5ghz etc on my router lol! (Still made no difference) with Bluetooth on two different tvs the headset would completely cut out. Sound quality? Very slighty better than my hyperx cloud alpha My corsair HS70 don't cut out at all, I've never had a single issue with the wireless. Wanted to upgrade as the sound quality isn't to great on those. Also..I paid £88. Still not worth it


I've had both this headset and the Astro A50. I returned the Arctis 9X due to a fault (ear cup cracked). Here's my personal pros and cons: Arctis pros: 1. I found it easy to customise the EQ and get the sound I wanted to play warzone (via pc software) 2. Very comfortable due to the elastic headband 3. Mic quality was good 4. Can connect phone via Bluetooth to play music whilst hearing xbox sound Cons: 1. Build quality not great (plastic). As mentioned, ear cup developed a crack, which after a few weeks of use got bigger to the point it was unwearable 2. Cannot buy spare parts to fix it yourself 3. I found my set cut out intermittently (pre crack) 4. Customer service non-existent, however Curry's PC World were fab in refunding no questions asked Compared with the Astro's... I find the Astro's a little less comfortable, and I did have some people comment on the mic quality to start with. It doesn't have the ability to connect a phone to it. However build quality seems much better with a metal headband, also comes with charging stand and has dolby atmos capability. Hope this helps someone (y)


Do these sound any better than the 7x ? I tried those recently and thought they sounded terrible. I am currently using Astro A50 gen 3


I guess I got lucky, by the sounds of it. I did get worried when I clicked on 'start live chat' and Facebook messenger popped up, but I did find them professional.


Their customer service is a joke. I had mine volume wheel loose and they "forced" me to get brand new headphones which I had to pay for and then request a refund after they see I destroy my old headphones.

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Corsair CX650F RGB, 80 PLUS Bronze Fully Modular ATX Power Supply Unit £59.17 @ Amazon Prime
Posted 6 h, 11 m agoPosted 6 h, 11 m ago
Might be good for someone looking for a branded modular PSU. About this item 80 plus bronze certified: Provides up to 88 Percent operational efficiency, generating less heat and … Read more

Ebuyer don't seem to be restocking either, but agree, this is one of the best PSUs on the market, let alone the outrageously low price. Pretty similar price bracket.


I'd probably go for the corsair txm series. Not fully modular but very well reviewed (tier A on rankings) and a 7 year warranty. If you don't need more wattage this is a good price for the 550w (even if you don't get £5 off) : I think the cheapest 650w is from amazon, £67:


Thanks for the suggestions. Alas, all are currently priced a fair bit higher that £60 at the moment


Adata XPG Core Reactor (if you can find it), Seasonic Core GC/GM or EVGA GD.

stamfordblue Unfortunately out of stock atm but is really good.