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Samsung 970 EVO Plus Series MZ-V7S500BW 500GB
4.8
(14)
£74.39
a year ago
Has 256GB EVO (Not plus) and this one, except that it is minimal with cables, they are fast. Big plus to Samsung software that can be downloaded, updated firmware in no time and also cloned my other SSD (both must be Samsung) in 5 minutes so it had brought everything from 256gb to this without anything bugging (I may have managed slight). Will always pay premium for Samsung as my 2.5 "840 pro puts on today 6 years later.
Intel Core i5 8600K 3.6GHz Socket 1151-2 Box without Cooler
4.7
(9)
£146.66
a year ago
My did not want to reach 5ghz, 4.8ghz with 1.25vcore with load temps around 60c then you can't complain. Let's see if it gets part time in the future. Bought it as a bargain for just over 2000 SEK! If you find this or 9600k for just over 2000 SEK you get a lot of FPS per krona.
BitFenix Whisper M 450W
3.8
(2)
£74.98
2 years ago*
4/5 for the price and clumsy 24-pin connector. This is very good especially if you want a quiet mains tag (think the fan max goes up to around 1000rpm at 100% load = more or less inaudible), pressed my right good with overclocked 8600k and RTX2070, never any problems.
*Edited 2 years
Seasonic Focus Plus Platinum 650W
4
(2)
2 years ago
Seasonic is one of the giants of online parts and manufactures its own stuff (including some others) Always check reviews on this series and it has no direct weaknesses except the price which is a bit higher similar power parts in the market but it is no big deal when you knock it out on a computer today. The mains part is one of the most important components and a good one does not cost multum so never compromise on quality.
Fractal Design Define Mini C (Black)
4.4
(5)
£68.95
2 years ago
Simple and has the most things except the "robust" feeling but then it had cost it twice. Is super happy.
MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Armor HDMI 3xDP 8GB
4.1
(7)
£430.34
2 years ago*
Works perfectly. The cooler does its job, at Idle it is passively cooled and at 50-60c the fans go on and they do not sound very much even to me who dislike noise. The only negative I have to say is that it is quite large, probably to save money when it shares circuit boards with the highend model Gaming X from the same graphics card manufacturer and series. EDIT: After a while now it starts to get a little warm when light overclocking (80c), will probably be a new cooler sooner or later.
*Edited 2 years
SteelSeries Rival 300
3.4
(47)
£39.99
3 years ago*
Initially, it feels very good, had a 3.0 with a defective scroll wheel for a while now and this felt the best in my relatively big hands vs Logitech, Razer and Asus. A little disappointed at the Web Hall, 299 yesterday and 390 today ... I expected to spend the whole week but not at all, and no buddy price, even if you are a faithful customer. just bite into the sour apple, feel worth despite 100kr more.
*Edited 3 years
Philips Fidelio X2
4.2
(63)
4 years ago*
999kr at Elgiganten, feel like they're going to cost twice as much as a pair of Audio Technica ATH-M50 in the hand (M50 headphones are really good but is plastiga as hell), fabric is so fucking much better than faux leather cushions, supplied cable is easy when it is not dressed in rubber and 3m long which is good. Do not listen so much but loses some base against the ATH-M50 and transparency while I listen to mostly rock and metal so it is an advantage. Do come back if I find something more that is positive or negative.
*Edited 4 years
Fiio D03K
4
(4)
£20.99
4 years ago*
Works great, bought mine in England when the Swedish prices were too high but now it seems that they have dropped a lot, my amplifier optical missing so it was necessary to connect to the TV / ps4an.
*Edited 4 years
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