Thursday, August 10th 2017

Corsair Summer Sale Open Until August 12th

Corsair has announced that they'll be having a Summer Sale as well, not being content to let Steam have all the headlines on that matter. The sale will be open until August 12th, and you can bet that you'll be able to find some pretty reasonable discounts to some of that Corsair hardware you've been oggling up to now.

Some of the standout deals are Corsair's H100i Extreme Performance CPU Liquid Cooling AIO, going for $99 (down from $129), the GPU version of the same AIO (down to the same $99 from $129), and Corsair's Lapdog control center (down to $69 from $119) for your couch-related gaming needs. There's also a selection of gaming mice, rodent pads, mechanical keyboards, and even a special edition, liquid-cooled GTX 1080 Ti graphics card. Hit the source link for some Corsair goodness (though remember, if you're not USA/CA based, you apparently have to tough it up sans discounts...)

Source: Corsair
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13 Comments on Corsair Summer Sale Open Until August 12th

#1
erixx
Don't waste your precious time, this is USA/CA news only :banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
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#2
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
erixx said:
Don't waste your precious time, this is USA/CA news only :banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
Its almost like the rest of the world doesnt exist
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#3
Raevenlord
News Editor
FreedomEclipse said:
Its almost like the rest of the world doesnt exist
Yeah, I am now never surprised when discounts or sales are available only Stateside. I just always assume they're not for me.

Nevertheless, updated the story to clarify that part.
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#4
Totally
Would it hurt them to discount a single fan? Doesn't feel like a sale, looks more like they're just trying to get rid of that last little bit of old stock before they bring in new/refreshed products.
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#5
erixx
FreedomEclipse said:
Its almost like the rest of the world doesnt exist
TPU should start respecting global followers by not posting local news or add flags or tags to this regional news. Or declare itself as an USA invaded site... (just watched "Where to invade next" hahahaha)
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#6
Th3pwn3r
Import fees and ridiculous shipping costs are a good reason to keep the sale limited to North America. I know it sucks but I'm sure that's their reason behind it. Personally I hate shipping out of the country, I've done it a couple of times and the amount of paperwork I had to fill out was asinine :(
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#7
FreedomEclipse
~Technological Technocrat~
Th3pwn3r said:
Import fees and ridiculous shipping costs are a good reason to keep the sale limited to North America. I know it sucks but I'm sure that's their reason behind it. Personally I hate shipping out of the country, I've done it a couple of times and the amount of paperwork I had to fill out was asinine :(
Import fees??

I didn't know Corsair a global seller of many a pc peripheral, ram and PSUs only has distribution centers within the US
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#8
Th3pwn3r
It depends on where the products are shipping from. Does Corsair have a factory or 'distribution center' in the UK?
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#9
peche
Thermaltake fanboy
Corsair Summer Sale Open Until August 12th *USA/CA /only*
better tittle....
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#10
anti-t-kom
Totally said:
Would it hurt them to discount a single fan? Doesn't feel like a sale, looks more like they're just trying to get rid of that last little bit of old stock before they bring in new/refreshed products.
#This
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#11
GreiverBlade
erixx said:
Don't waste your precious time, this is USA/CA news only :banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead::banghead:
great, as if their price were already not low enough compared to where i live :laugh: i.e.: 129$ for a H110i? joke right ... i pay 151chf/156.87$ for it if i want one, even the H100i is more than 129$ ... thanks to the taxes (well they are already overpriced without taxes nonetheless :laugh: )

tho i can't really complain .... a H110i for 99$? luckily i paid way less than that for a H115i ...

Corsair is only worth something when bought during a sale or a black Friday :p
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#12
anti-t-kom
I do as well live in Switzerland and bought myself a 2nd hand H100 v2 only to realize that the missing AM4 Retention Module has to be ordered separately from Corsair's own Webshop - for approx 20$ incl. P&P...and that's only Economy shipping :wtf:
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#13
erixx
Sorry, but anyone thinks Corsair manufactures in and/or ships from North America? Chinese container ships deliver directly to ports and logistical nodes on all continents.
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