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 Post subject: Antec Titan case £44 (UK)
PostPosted: Wed Nov 02, 2005 1:03 pm 
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I you want to stand out from the P150/180 crowd, and/or want to accommodate EATX, overclock.co.uk (not to be confused with Overclockers UK) have the Antec Titan, minus PSU, for a bargain £44. 8)

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Scan have the Seasonic's on the Today Only page on Weds 23 Nov. 380W is cheaper than 330W!

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http://www.fleetwoodcomputers.co.uk/

Useful source of handy bits and pieces, such as molex terminals, cable management stuff, grommets, ducting etc. There isn't much in the "Silent PC" section, unfortunately ;)

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Might be worth cleaning up the first couple of posts, sadly quite a few companies listed have gone out of business. :/


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http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/

The Seasonic S12s are on offer again. The 430w version is just under £36 - cheaper than the 380w - beat that! :-O

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B.T.W. this is an 'All Week' offer, with the 330W's going for less than £30 incl. VAT :shock:


I paid a damn site more than that for mine from them... :cry:


Might just get one for... 'stock'. :D



Thanks for the heads-up Nat 8)


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PostPosted: Wed Apr 26, 2006 3:47 pm 
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Might just get one for... 'stock'.


That is exactly what I thought. ;)

Scan made a mistake on my last order and gave me free delivery on my next, so I made the most of the opportunity... :lol:

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http://www.specialtech.co.uk - Huge stock of Alphacool products, far excels thecoolingshop's. The customer service I've received has also been excellent. If you can't get what you need from them use alphacool.de directly which ships to Britain. (Due to my poor personal experience with them, I'd strongly recommend you steer clear of the thecoolingshop).


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http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/


AMD Athlon 64 3800+ Socket939 , Venice Core, 2.4GHz , 512KB Cache, Retail.... £92.81 incl. VAT


I think one might have my name on it... :lol:



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peteamer wrote:
http://www.scan.co.uk/todayonly/


AMD Athlon 64 3800+ Socket939 , Venice Core, 2.4GHz , 512KB Cache, Retail.... £92.81 incl. VAT


I think one might have my name on it... :lol:

Pete
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http://www.overclockers.co.uk/acatalog/Socket_939.html

AMD Athlon 64 3500+ Venice 90nm (Socket 939) - Retail (ADA3500BPBOX) (CP-119-AM)

Price: £72.95 (£85.72 Including VAT at 17.5%)

EDIT - just noticed thats a 3800, not a 3500 :oops:

great deal Pete :) ... go for it :twisted:


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Follow up to this thread - I ordered 5 of the orange Yate Loon D12SL-12s from www.jab-tech.com last thursday and they arrived this morning. Using the cheapest postage option (global priority) the whole lot including postage came to £18.05 when I used PayPal to pay for it - I think it would have been slightly less if I'd paid using a credit card as the PayPal exchange rate isn't accurate.

Packaging was okay but not exceptional - large box with bubblewrap on the bottom as cushioning and loads of foam shapes, but nothing to stop the fans moving around or contacting each other within the box. There was no damage though and they all work fine (understatement of the year!) Delivered by postie too so no hassle with collection. I'd definitely recommend them to anyone in the UK - ordering 5 fans seemed to be the best trade-off for cost/postage. Placing 6 in my basket removed the cheapest postage option, so 5 seems to offer the best value - ordering 3 is still only £12(!). If you were ordering loads then it might work out cheaper still, but then you'd risk a customs charge

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Good stock of Watercooling products on our site: www.watercoolinguk.co.uk

Enjoy 8)

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Rob*... Thanks for the heads-up... 8)

However... the link doesn't work in Opera or Konqueror on OpenSuSE... :?

You might also like to see this.... :D



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Rob*... Thanks for the heads-up...

However... the link doesn't work in Opera or Konqueror on OpenSuSE...

You might also like to see this....



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Hi Pete,

Hmm.. strange that it doesnt work for you.. watercoolinguk.co.uk is simply just a mirror site of our main one www.componentsuk.co.uk/catalog/

Also thanks yourself for the heads up, i'll send Mike a PM about Vendor status ;)

Please let me know if the compuk link doesnt work for you.. I've just changed the whole site so it's snowing, this could be a problem in some browsers but then again it could also be the site mirror.

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Actually, it may not work now either because i've just found out that our ISP Fasthost are having some problems at the moment and it will be on/off for a few hours :?

Just my luck 8)

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Rob* wrote:
Please let me know if the compuk link doesnt work for you..


Works fine, complete with snow... :D


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Good stuff :)

PM Sent to Mike btw...

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Hi, I run www.chilledpc.co.uk (just started up). If anyone agrees it could be added to this sticky :)

If anyone has product suggestions to stock i'm open to all.

we are a new shop and I would like to stock the bits YOU want to see in stock, so any help appreciated and you can make my shop what you want it to be :)

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 Post subject: SCAN IS CHEAPER THAN OVERCLOCKERS
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About to place my order and the following spec comes out cheaper on Scan by a clear £42.17 including delivery

OVERCLOCKERS

CASE £57.56
Antec Solo

PSU £51.69
Seasonic S12 430W

CPU £145.69
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400

Motherboard £123.36
Asus P5B Deluxe

RAM £160.96
Corsair Memory PC4200 2x1GB

HDD £50.51
Samsung SpinPoint P SP2504C

Graphics £46.99
Asus GeForce EN7300GS-HTD

DVD Writer£19.96
Sony AW-G170AB2

CPU Cooler £38.76
Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B

Thermal Paste £5.99
Arctic Silver 5

£715.40 inc VAT

Compared to:

SCAN

CASE £57.56
Antec Solo

PSU £46.87
Seasonic S12 430W

CPU £142.75
Intel Core 2 Duo E6400

Motherboard £123.13
Asus P5B Deluxe WiFi

RAM £140.87
Corsair Memory PC4200 2x1GB

HDD £48.43
Samsung SpinPoint P SP2504C

Graphics £42.88
Asus GeForce EN7300GS-HTD

DVD Writer£19.60
Sony AW-G170AB2

CPU Cooler £29.44
Scythe Ninja Plus Rev.B

Thermal Paste £2.34
Arctic Silver 5

£673.23 inc VAT

Worth the time i think!


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forgot to mention that the spec for Scan.co.uk is CHEAPER and has a high grade mobo. WiFi version of the P5B Deluxe


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http://www.awd-it.com

Scythe and Zalman heatsinks, Seasonic PSUs etc.

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Hi,


I use this:
http://www.armacell.com/www/armacell/ar ... enDocument

in the PaQ case which we just started selling.


We hadn't thought of selling the foam on it's own, but I'm sure we could.


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 Post subject: PaQ case availability?
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Hi,

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in the PaQ case which we just started selling


Is this available in the USA? I just read review in SOS and it looks great.
Please let us know where it can be ordered in USA?

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There are supplies of the rather nice Noctua fans to be found at scan and quietpc at the mo. Nice alternative to nexus :D

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 Post subject: Re: PaQ case availability?
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Hi Brett,

Brett2000 wrote:
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in the PaQ case which we just started selling


Is this available in the USA? I just read review in SOS and it looks great.
Please let us know where it can be ordered in USA?



The will be available in the US just as soon as I can make it happen. Demand outstripps suplly just in the UK right now, so we are heads down working on teh production process.


E-mail me through the website, and I'll notify you as soon as we have distribution set up in North America.



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I was trying to find a shop who sells the Thermalright XP-120 CPU heatsink in the U.K. (or who will ship to the U.K). I can only find one shop on Froogle that sells it, but the website is down for maintenance. If XP-120s are still sold, could anyone help me find a site please? Thank you :)


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Try PC-Cooling.de. It's not particularly cheap (£27.29 at todays prices), but it's in stock and shipping is often cheaper than from UK stores. AS5 and Ceramique are also considerably cheaper than in the UK, they also stock all the adapter brackets etc for Thermalright.
I've had several good experiences from this store, no negatives (yet).
The best thing is the free bag of german Haribo mix that they throw in with every order (no idea why, but hey- free Haribo :D ). Two things though- the cost for purchasing in a different currency is usually £1.50 (I'm with HBOS, ymmv); and it's a good idea to keep Babelfish open to double-check what you're agreeing to, T&Cs, etc.
Hope this helps.

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Hi,


Well... I have 30 XP-120s here right now, as I sell them with the PaQ case.


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ebuyer have more 500W Antec Phantoms in stock. I've just ordered one and using super saver delivery and google checkout it came to £66.08 all in. Be fast though, they sold out very quickly last time they got stock.

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fredthedeadhead wrote:
I was trying to find a shop who sells the Thermalright XP-120 CPU heatsink in the U.K. (or who will ship to the U.K). I can only find one shop on Froogle that sells it, but the website is down for maintenance. If XP-120s are still sold, could anyone help me find a site please? Thank you :)


If it's by any chance for Socket 939 only I can sell you one for cheap...

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