Quantcast

Bargain Hardware bargain thread

Pavement

Active Member
Some people on hotukdeals have ordered it so worth keeping an eye on the thread as the description on Currys starts talking about the gaming pro carbon half way through.

 

sergiup

Distinguished Member
@IRobot I had to prise myself away from that deal... Let's see what AMD have to say at tomorrow's conference. We've already had some very good pricing for some of the mainstream/budget Ryzen CPUs, let's see what happens now.
 

IRobot

Well-known Member
Looks like some of those who managed to order from the main Currys website before it went oos have got their orders delivered. People have seen it's legit so now it's just gone oos on the business website.

I think it's OK to buy if the next gen Ryzens are compatible with the existing X570 motherboards.
 

Pavement

Active Member
Looks like they got a bit of a bargain !! I was tempted but wasn’t planning on doing a new build until later in the year and a bunch of stuff on this board was overkill for me. Hopefully a lot of this will trickle down to mid range boards in the next 6 months and smaller form factor.
 

Pavement

Active Member
And they have now turned up on Curry’s ebay store and I couldn’t resist so ordered, no idea what I’m going to do with it :thumbsdow.
 

IRobot

Well-known Member
I was planning on building a new PC in March as that would be five years since I built my current one (i7-5820k). So if this motherboard gets delivered, it would be a decent starting point for my new build.
 

Pavement

Active Member
I’ll see if it turns up and have a think about it over the next week.

If I decide not to keep it you can have first dibs at cost + postage as long as you use it rather than sell it on.
 

aslird

Member
£55 for a 750W gold PSu sounds good. Not sure what make is under the Gigabyte branding however.
 

moonbeam120

Well-known Member
£55 for a 750W gold PSu sounds good. Not sure what make is under the Gigabyte branding however.
It's semi-modular but still a very good price for a gold rated 750w PSU. Not much out there as far as reviews go but seems okay. Only time will tell.
 

MikeKay1976

Distinguished Member
£55 for a 750W gold PSu sounds good. Not sure what make is under the Gigabyte branding however.
well you just cost me some money.... not on the PSU, but i popped onto their forums to see if there was any chat about if it was any good for a friend, and whilst there noticed half price mouse mats

i have been gaming for 15 years without a mat, but wondering if a mat will improve my accuracy and more importantly comfort over using the mouse on my desk directly.


seems their entire ocuk mouse mat range are half price. BTW go for the premium elite if you get one, as the standard elite the logo is not recessed into the mat and apparently is really annoying. even overclockers admitted it and have fixed that for all their mats in the new design. This is fixed in the premium elite
 

richardb70

Distinguished Member

Similar threads

Top Bottom