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Cooler Master E500L Red Trim Windowed LED Black Gaming PC Case + MasterLiquid Lite 240mm £59.99 @ AWDIT
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
Seems like not too bad a price for both the case and the cooler. Free delivery

The single unit they had sold out a week ago.


Good to build pc from spare parts, I bought one, like 3 days ago , It's waiting for me in Sainsbury . They must had few of those I guess , but I never bought anything from this webside so I didn't post it here sorry


I wonder if they’ve sold the one they had available (skeptical)


Now oos

Inateck dual-mount 2.5 to 3.5 inch SSD/HDD mounting frame 2 SATA data cables+2 power cables+screws+screwdriver Sold by Inateck and FBA £5.99
Found 29th NovFound 29th Nov
LIGHTNING DEAL : Install your new SSD in your desktop PC with this 2.5 inch to 3.5 inch drive bay adapter. You can (optionally) install TWO SSDs, one on top of the other, with this… Read more

haha you make more effort than me, mine just lay wherever they land inside the case!! 😁


Saves a pound over the similar AGPTek kit https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B07C3MLZGQ


My ssds are taped against the case... They are solid state after all.


Sorry, it was actually £5.99. I must have lost track on the pricing so yeah my mistake there. I added this item on wishlist last monday and was scrolling through the lighting deal, this appear on screen so bought it straight away. (y) I always wondering if Amazon secretly been putting people's wishlist on lighting deals. :/


Bought this during a lighting deal last tueday. Cost me like 2.99 or something. EDITED: Sorry it is 5.99 as posted.

Lian-Li PC-O11 AIR Midi Tower PC Case £79.99 / £91.69 delivered @ Overclockers.co.uk
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
PC-O11 AIR MIDI TOWER - BLACK WINDOW The Lian Li O11 PC-011 AIR is a premium case that is ideal for everyone from beginners to experienced PC builders. The result of a collabora… Read more

Dual chamber ??


Horses for courses, the Meshify C ("C" for compact) is quite a bit smaller which could be a deciding factor for some. It was for me otherwise I'd have happily stumped up for an Air 740. It's not possible to get much smaller than a Meshify C while still having room for a huge GPU and loads of fans and radiators. If space isn't a concern then the Lian Li is a winner. I'm not used to seeing so much plastic (or steel) on a Lian Li case but I guess that's what they call progress, especially as it's clearly driven prices down from the all-aluminium construction of old. Used to have an old Lian Li Tyr PC-X500 and boy that case was quiet and cool, long before "airflow-focused" was a thing. Good looking too. After living with a Meshify C for several months I've no regrets at all and would buy another, OC thermals are well under control, but I'd be more than happy with this if only I could squeeze it in next to my telly. Thumbs up and an easy sell for those with more space.


Likely you'll see a 940 in a few years


Yeah, I liked the look of the Carbide 740 a lot, shame it didn't have the optical drive bays like the 540 version. Lian-Li have done well; got the cost down by switching from aluminium to traditional steel and plastic but maintained their functional and practical design elements of their higher tier cases. Shame about the CPU cooler space though, they missed a trick on that one. I wonder if Corsair have any plans on refreshing their Carbide 740; tempered glass, optical bay or two and USB-C would be all it would need to entice the prospective buyer. I would jump on that case in an instant <3


And wont fit most tower air coolers

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Fractal Design Define S ATX Computer Case, £55.47 at Amazon
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
And Scan . Update, now £49.99 ATX, Micro ATX, Mini ITX motherboard compatibility 7 expansion slots 3 - 3.5" HDD positions (can also accommodate 2.5" units); 2 - 2.5" dedicate… Read more

So sexy


Big and heavy, but dead silent, that's what I like the most


I've got this case. Its really nice. Subtle, clever and well made. It's pretty big though.


Ordered to replace the case for my wannabe "server"


Thanks for info, it's because I want it dead quiet. I know the fractal brand is known for dead silent cases as I had a r5 design before. Very happy with how quiet it is and that had a rig built with gaming in mind.

Cooler Master K500 Tempered Glass RGB Mid Tower Case + Free MasterLiquid ML240L RGB AIO £79.99 @ AWT-IT
Found 21st NovFound 21st Nov
Cooler Master K500 Tempered Glass Midi Tower ATX Windowed RGB LED Gaming PC Case + FREE MasterLiquid ML240L RGB 240mm + Free delivery + 5.05% Topcashback (£4 for selected bundle) … Read more

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Its all yours :)


Mate, PM me your build aswell if you dont mind. :D I am also doing a Ryzen build but with Ryzen 5 2600. hoping a 2700/X goes on sale. Would love an 8c16t. 1440p like Darkwaxer aswell. I've compiled things but waiting for that GTX 1080/Ti to drop. gosh I hope it does.


Awesome cheers man, I've spent too much time looking at the 8700k increase in price so that would be great. 1440p is what I'm aiming for with 144hz. Sitting on the ultra wide Alienware to drop atm. Last monitor I got was a 20" CRT. I need to buy everything..


Yes dude! I spent months and months researching. Was always a solid Intel guy, but my 2700x is superb and i now dont know why I was always 'team intel'. I'll ping you a pm with my specs dude. I am yet to find a game that i cannot play on the highest settings (only got a QHD not UHD monitor though) and get great FPS.

Thermaltake V200 RGB Tempered Glass Case + 550W 80 PLUS PSU + 3 TT RGB Fans £69.99 / £74.77 delivered @ Scan
Found 20th NovFound 20th Nov
This is nice price Product OverviewSCAN EXCLUSIVE Thermaltake V200 Tempered Glass RGB Edition Mid Tower with 550W TT 80PLUS PSU Fitted with 3 RGB Fans and 1 Rear Fan ✅ Te… Read more
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https://www.thermaltake.com/products-model.aspx?id=C_00002817 this is the one i believe.


? https://www.amazon.co.uk/Cooler-Master-Black-power-supply/dp/B07CP41XB2


well from the photo, it ain't this: XD


any idea which PSU is there?



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Cooler Master MasterCase MC500MT PC Case £139.98 Delivered @ Novatech
Found 16th SepFound 16th Sep
I'm still on the lookout for a decent case to house my Mercury 360 cooler and with decent airflow for when I finally decide which GPU I'm going for. I love the look of this, especi… Read more

People forgetting those Antec coolers were like £60 so OP is just loving life. Hell, if you wanna suck all the fun out of it you can push a 1700 to it's limits with the stock cooler. :p


Yep. My Ryzen 1700 at 3.8Ghz runs at just over 53°c when gaming with a Be Quiet Dark Rock 4 cooler. And that's in a Phantek P400S TG case with restrictive intakes.


Don't think I've ever spent more than £60 on a case ( though I've had some pretty cheapest ones with sharp edges so maybe I should) and struggle slightly with the price.


You want a case for good airflow and you choose this, a glass panel coffin? You usually come up with good deals or items, Trix, but this is massively over priced and is not good for airflow at all.


Oh wow I’m in love with that case! I think it’s a lot for a case that I wouldn’t spend but for anyone with the money not bad!8) built my pc back in 2015 and it’s kind of been neglected the last 2 years by me :(

Fractal Design Define Mini C Tempered Glass Micro-ATX Case £59.99 Delivered @ Novatech
Found 14th SepFound 14th Sep
Brill little case with a tempered glass window, which as most of you will know and expect, is much more resistant to scratching than a perspex side panel. It's nothing overly flash… Read more

Discussions go off-topic far too easily on this site, calm yourselves Wasn't planning on buying anything else this month but FD cases are great and I've been wanting a nice micro ATX case for a while now. Never had a glass side panel before either. Heat for OP and +1 for Fractal


Transparent side panels on cases are hardly uncommon. It's done mostly to show off internals. Most of the heat being removed from the computer would come out as air from case fans rather than conduction through the case. Are there any more fatuous remarks you wish to make?


As I said before what's your budget and what do you want to do on the computer? Be aware that if you go down the AMD ryzen route you'll probably have to replace your RAM as well unless it's 3000Mhz or faster. Slow RAM will really slow down a ryzen pc


Currently have a 1100t with a GTX 970


depends on budget and requirements.

Thermaltake Level 20 VT Case £78.96 free delivery for Hexus or AV forums members / £90.96 @ Scan
Found 7th SepFound 7th Sep
Free scan delivery Hexus or AV forums £78.96 Without free delivery £90.46 Thermaltake Level 20 VT Case CA-1L2-00S1WN-00 Features - Model: Level 20 VT - P/N: CA-1L2-00S1W… Read more

How do get it at this price


The chances of you needing to RMA a case is so ridiculously small


I have Ccl computers on my doorstep and it's great having a walk around there to see all the things you can't afford at RRP...


Apparently there are airflow issues with this case. I don't have one but worth doing your research before buying.


They have a store?! :o you learn something new every day

Fractal Design Meshify C Mini - Dark Tempered Glass £65.99 novatech
Found 5th SepFound 5th Sep
In my opinion, the best airflow microATX case is back on sale! Been hunting this for weeks. 3.5" or 2.5" Drive capacity x 2 Dedicated 2.5" drive capacity x 3 Expansion slots x 5… Read more

Thanks, when I mounted hyper212evo The heatsink fitted in my case, but the ends of the copper pipes prevented it from closing.


Yes. I am planning to mount a Dark Rock Pro cooler in it, and that is bigger (162mm Vs 159mm)


Will it fit Hyper Evo 212? My old case doesn't close. Just too small :D


I wish I needed it. voted hot though.


I also have the larger version of this. Great case. Just be prepared to wipe the dust from the front cover a lot. So much airflow!

Spec Ops: The Line (Europe) PC STEAM KEY 0.92p @ INSTANT GAMING
Found 30th AugFound 30th Aug
With Spec Ops The Line, 2K and Berliners of Yager for nearly ten years, they are not only rejuvenating an old license dead and buried, they also put a foot in a saturated genre by … Read more
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99p with payment fee.


Doh! I was just trying to see how old it was and would still look good!


That's in the description (y)


RECOMMENDED OS: Windows Vista/7 Processor: 2.4 GHz Quad Core processor Memory: 3 GB RAM Hard Disk Space: 10 GB free Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce 9800 GTX/ATI Radeon HD 4850 (512+ MB memory) DirectX®: 9.0 Sound: DirectX Compatible Additional: Initial installation requires one-time internet connection for Steam authentication; software installations required (included with the game) include: STEAM Client, Microsoft Direct X, Visual C++ 2008 Redistributable, Visual C++ 2005 SP1 RedistributableCompatible


Video of graphics on ultra. Still looks ok?

Xigmatek XAF-F1451 140MM FAN - BLACK £7.99 - £12.65 delivered Overclockers
Found 20th AugFound 20th Aug
Xigmatek XAF-F1451 140MM FAN - BLACK £7.99 - £12.65 delivered Overclockers
This could be a cheap option for 140mm fans if you plan to buy 4-6 of these for a new build, considering £9.90 delivery. XAF series, copper bushing axis, is an optimized and premi… Read more

This fan has good airflow but certain aspects, like noise, match the price.Take look at the full review before you buy.


Upload pics pls? about to build my own 8700k set up


always keep an eye on amazon warehouse deals fans have a lot of markup and get slashed in price quite easily which is great if you're planning a new build imho the only good rad fans are the high static pressure fans with 7 blades (e.g. SP140 or ML140 from Corsair) The F14 line from arctic is great because of its high airflow (good as case intake and outlet, as long as there aren't any rads in front of it). Also great - PWM sharing that you can daisy chain up to 4 fans together on the same motherboard header. I have ML140 fans pushing air into my rads and F14 fans pulling them out of the rads - for optimal push/pull, optimising fan positioning for what each is good at


If all you want is pure airflow regardless of noise, it's one of the best you can get. At a conservative 7volts this fan is louder than 68% of all other fans tested, but beats 94% of other fans for airflow. At 12 volts it's louder than 84% of fans yet beats 95% of fans for airflow. I still don't feel it's worth the money though, it's a very niche item. At £12-13 you may as well start to look at used Noctua fans on Ebay. On the opposite end of the scale NZXT/Corsair case fans are like £3 each yet perform well.


Should be ok for a case fan, avoiding radiator use? I don't need it, but may help someone else.

Fractal Design R6 Tempered Glass PC Tower (Black) - £109.98 @ Ebuyer
Found 16th AugFound 16th Aug
Fractal Design R6, one of the best price for the Tempered Glass Editon

Fair enough, the meshify C is essentially a define c with a mesh front so if you don’t like the look of the mesh maybe go for the define c, maybe check out Corsair, I can say from experience the make great cases, they are under rated imo


I first read this as 'sit on top of it'. I was soooo confused (cheeky) (cheeky) (cheeky)


Had a look at the meshify C, don't like the look of it compared to the R6/Define C


Both cases are great, can't go wrong. Depends one what you are planning on doing and how much space you have. Also, I don't want to make it harder for you to make a decision but have you considered the meshify c?


I bought cat food that had to be delivered by yodel and a boy no older than 10 dropped it off on a bike, never asked for a signature.

Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooler Kit at CCL Online for £39.99
Found 9th AugFound 9th Aug
Cooler Master MasterLiquid Pro 120 Blue LED CPU Liquid Cooler Kit at CCL Online for £39.99
Perfect if you are after a blue LED. Really good price for a decent liquid cooler. (excited) Main Features Preserving Parts - Liquid heated by the CPU is isolated from sensiti… Read more
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The blue led would look good 8)


Ah no worries bro. Fair enough ;) have a good day dude


My mistake, I was thinking of NCIX.


The NZXT G12 mount really is your best bet for cooling a GPU with a bog standard AIO. They’re not that expensive and the compatible with most AIOs that use the Asetek pump.


Just wondering if you can use it as a stand-alone super cool fan?

Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan Single Pack at Ebuyer for £17.99
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Corsair LL Series LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop RGB LED PWM Fan Single Pack at Ebuyer for £17.99
To go along with the previous deal. If you want any extra fans! (excited) I haven't seen these under £20 for a while. The CORSAIR LL120 RGB PWM fan combines excellent airflow, … Read more
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Go and buy a rgb strip. Using a rgb fan as room lighting is silly. It barely covers any area (the light) and it serves no useable purpose as a decoration. Far cheaper ways to deck out a room with rgb.


Got these, bit cheaper, work well. https://www.amazon.co.uk/Win-Polaris-RGB-Twin-Pack/dp/B075W33DVF/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1532518727&sr=8-1&keywords=inwin+fan


Different strokes for different folks, you imply others are "tools" for something you don't like ... Maybe you should consider closer what a tool is, and your concerns of what others may think about you kiddo.


Yeah no thanks. I'd rather not look like a complete tool. Bought 6, hate ebuyer with a passion but no Amazon price match so couldn't resist. Heat. (devil)


Awesome fans

Corsair LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop 3 Fan + Lighting Node PRO Pack £64.98 Ebuyer
Found 23rd JulFound 23rd Jul
Corsair LL120 RGB 120mm Dual Light Loop 3 Fan + Lighting Node PRO Pack £64.98 Ebuyer
This deal won't be for everyone but it is the cheapest I have ever seen. (cheeky) What's In The Box: 3 Fans, 1 RGB Lighting Hub, 1 Corsair Lighting Node PRO, 12 Fan Mounting Scre… Read more
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On Amazon there were 2 fan pack of the 140mm at around £54 including the Lighting Node PRO at the time of this deal was posted, but it has now creep back up to £62. The standalone ones has however price dropped from £27 down to £22 (but they won't have the Lighting Node PRO included).


120's are too small for my case...is the same kit available for 140mm, bet it cost a ton more? :(


Well spotted!


Move your GPU to the top slot it'll perform a lilttle bit better


Did you make that PSU shroud yourself or did you buy it

Cooler Master MasterBox 5t Midi Tower Black Case - £43.94 Delivered @ CCL Online
Found 3rd JulFound 3rd Jul
Cheapest price I have seen for the case. Nice looking case! This case’s straightforward design comes with conveniently placed cut-outs, making component installation, interior exp… Read more
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This looks hideous.


Reminds me of an oversized box of red band cigarettes from the 80s/90s. (I'm not a smoker) Case and cigs - both gross. (Sorry OP!)


Also poorly designed from an airflow point of view; unless you are REALLY strapped for cash, a good quality case should always be considered an investment. I have business class cases from 1998 that I still use, and where every button still works; the 2 occasions I skimped and spent less than £50, they cases fell apart and/or buttons started failing after less than 2 years. My gaming PC is enclosed in a Phantek Enthoo; yes it is double the delivered price of this case (I paid £82 last year); but it will probably outlast me; and is such a breeze to work with, I dread using any of the other cases I have, even those nuke proof 90's jobs.


That, is one ugly case

NZXT S340 midi tower PC case - £34.99 @ eBay (store: zoostorm-sales)
Found 29th JunFound 29th Jun
NZXT S340 midi tower PC case - £34.99 @ eBay (store: zoostorm-sales)
£34.99eBay Deals
Picture shows 1st version from 2014 however it comes as the newer model with 2 SSD trays and a front magnetic dust filter. Fast postage as well, ordered mine yesterday and received… Read more
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Thanks, just ordered. Been wanting one of these for ages, couldn't not pull the trigger at that price!


Does it look like the picture on the eBay auction, or is it just a classic S340 without the zoostorm logo and red bits?


Still available: https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Zoostorm-NZXT-Source-S340-Mid-Tower-Case/263468788296?ssPageName=STRK:MEBIDX:IT&_trksid=p2060353.m1438.l2649


It's a shame the deal was expired, there's still 3hrs left on the auction. Just search ebay for NZXT Source S340 and it's right there. As there's more than 10 available, it might be relisted anyway.


I got one of these the other day. I didn't know it was a good deal though or I would of posted it on here haha. It turned up yesterday and I wasn't expecting it to be NZXT I thought it was a copycat version. Anyway i put the pc together last night and it's a great case.

Fractal Design Define R6 Tempered Glass (Black) £114.99 @ ebuyer.com
Found 17th JunFound 17th Jun
Fractal Design Define R6 Tempered Glass (Black) £114.99 @ ebuyer.com
£114.99Ebuyer Deals
This is the cheapest I've seen the TG version of this case, which has received pretty much universal praise from all the usual review sites. Free delivery.
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Now £110.99


I'm frankly baffled how anyone can say "almost nothing whatsoever" - the R6 looks superficially similar to the R5 but internally it's almost a complete redesign. And no-one to my knowledge has complained about the R6 being inadequately ventilated. There are plenty of online reviews, videos on YouTube as well as the info on the manufacturer's website, for anyone who's genuinely interested and can be bothered to look.


Completely different calibre of case, this is for cases with loads of storage or can house a extreme custom loop. Try doing them in the meshify and you'll see why it's more expensive (lol)


Wrong, there's a lot more difference than that. The R5 has 1 more 5.25" bay, the extra fan at the front is actually situated on the top so will provide airflow to the ram, important at high ram speeds, and I'm pretty sure you can have 3 fans in the R5 aswell if you remove the 5.25" bays, the r6 can still hold 2 3.5" drives in the open layout, and 2 very important things, the side window on the R6 looks much better with a full tempered glass window with no thumbscrews, and the define R6 has a power supply shroud. There are more differences I'm just getting bored, all the info is on the fractal design website, just search "fractal design define r6 tempered glass edition".


thanks for that detailed reply :) Looks like there is no need for me to change mine. Love the R5.

Thermaltake View 22 Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Case, £50.46 at Scan
Found 16th JunFound 16th Jun
Thermaltake View 22 Tempered Glass Mid Tower PC Case, £50.46 at Scan
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Thermaltake View 22 Tempered Glass Edition Mid-Tower Chassis The View 22 Tempered Glass Edition mid-tower chassis features streamlined front panel structure, one durable 4mm thick… Read more

Looks fairly standard. I've never understood why people care what it's like to build in - you're probably going to do a full entire build in it once, maybe twice and then done. There doesn't seem to be any ventilation so might get pretty toasty though. It's worth noting that the MSRP for this is only £54 anyway. You can find it on CCL and others for £60. So you're saving £10, max. Value for money is good, but not a "deal" per se. It only comes with 1 120mm fan, so you will have to buy at least 1-2 more. Personally I think you can find better value for money on a budget case.


Looks nice, anyone built in this? How was it?


Go to Scan's homepage and you will see it listed as a "today only" item for £44.98. There is a Dell Monitor and a Motherboard listed at the top as well.


Hmm, shows as £59,99 + delivery for me.

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