Wednesday, July 18th 2018

Cooler Master Improves Deals on Newegg's "Fantastech Sale"

Newegg has its "Fantastech Sale" going on, which has some interesting deals in all manner of tech. These deals include a number of brands and products, so you'd better shop around if you have something on your wishlist and would like to take advantage of discounts. Some interesting deals and prices, for instance, can be found on a Gigabyte GTX 1080, which can be had for just$ 449.99 after all discounts have been applied (never thought I'd see such a price ever again in this generation); Gigabyte's X470 AORUS Ultra Gaming can be had for just $109.99, down from the $139.99 asking price; the CORSAIR TX-M Series TX550M power supply can be had for just $34.99, down from its usual $79.99 pricing; and Cryorig's H7 tower cooler is down by 44% to just $27.99.
After all of that is said and done, Cooler Master seems to be intent in undercutting the competition, with aggressive sales prices that are rendered even more outrageous via the company's partnership with Newegg. The Masterkeys PRO L RGB keyboard, for instance, can be your for just $99.99 via a special promocode - down $70 from its usual $169. If you're looking for mice, the Cooler Master MM530 has a 50% discount down to $24.99, while the CM310 is available for $19.99 (down from $29.99). Also relevant is Cooler Master's MasterLiquid 240 AIO, which you can get your proverbial paws on for $39.99 - usually $89.99.
Source: Newegg
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7 Comments on Cooler Master Improves Deals on Newegg's "Fantastech Sale"

#1
dj-electric
Those mice are really good and this pricing is also great. There's no reason not to get it just for the sake of having it for this price
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Arjai
How good is the MasterLiquid AIO? ....

Is there a good AIO? Or do the all have issues, pump noise, water sloshing, and etc? Is there really a plug and play AIO that is reliable?

Not sure I am comfortable with what is out there. Especially since there are really good heat sinks for a fraction of most systems. This sale is tempting but, I don't have a real need right now, especially for something that may not last very long.
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#3
Durvelle27
Arjai said:
How good is the MasterLiquid AIO? ....

Is there a good AIO? Or do the all have issues, pump noise, water sloshing, and etc? Is there really a plug and play AIO that is reliable?

Not sure I am comfortable with what is out there. Especially since there are really good heat sinks for a fraction of most systems. This sale is tempting but, I don't have a real need right now, especially for something that may not last very long.
Reviews are mostly positive for them
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#4
Franzen4Real
Some interesting deals and prices, for instance, can be found on a Gigabyte GTX 1080, which can be had for just$ 449.99 after all discounts have been applied (never thought I'd see such a price ever again in this generation);
This needs to be the regular price, not the sale price for the 10xx series cards. Time to clear out and move on..... people have made their money already. I'm growing tired of waiting for the next gen cards.

$99 for the 500GB EVO ssd is pretty good too, may have to consider that.
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#5
eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
$449, is better, however is this for a aib design or vanilla?
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#6
InVasMani
I despise rebates plus $450's for a GTX1080 is more than I'd be willing to pay either way especially this much nearer to a newer 7nm GPU generation. Besides AMD drivers are more stable it's been tested that's gotta knock off at least $100's.
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#7
Th3pwn3r
InVasMani said:
I despise rebates plus $450's for a GTX1080 is more than I'd be willing to pay either way especially this much nearer to a newer 7nm GPU generation. Besides AMD drivers are more stable it's been tested that's gotta knock off at least $100's.
The best part is how CoolerMaster doesn't pay their rebates. I'm going on 6 months+ plus.
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