As we approach the New Year, there are still discounts and sales leftover from the holiday season. We put together a couple items we found that can save money while GPU and flash-based memory prices are still high.
Cryorig H7 - The Cryorig H7 is a budget tower-style CPU cooler that competes with Cooler Master’s Hyper 212, arguably one of the most popular coolers on the market. The H7 is on sale right now for $30 on Amazon. The H7 will fit in most standard ATX mid-towers, and does not require low profile memory for clearance.
Fractal Design Meshify C - The Fractal Design Meshify C was reviewed by the site back in September and found to be a solid thermal performer with good external visuals. The Meshify C is somewhat a refresh of the Fractal Define C that we also liked, and can be had for $87.94 on Amazon at the time of writing. The Meshify C has quality construction, a tempered glass side panel, and excellent thermal performance headroom with the mesh front. This discount is not earth-shattering by any means, but a $10 discount is still worth considering in this case, no pun intended.
Logitech G410 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - The Logitech G410 keyboard (with Romer G switches) is available for $74.95 and has been around this price for the last few months. The G410 released back in 2015 for $130, if you are interested you can check out the initial review here.
Corsair H100i V2 - Corsair’s H100i V2 240mm AIO has been featured on the site for a number of sales articles, and is currently on sale on Amazon and Newegg for $85, at the time of writing. The H100i V2 uses an Asetek pump similar to the NZXT Kraken and EVGA CLC 240mm CLCs.
Corsair MM300 Extended Mouse Pad - With the soon-to-be-launch of our Modmat, quick plug, many people were commenting on just wanting large mouse pads. For those of you unwilling to wait for our eventual venture into mousing surfaces, the Corsair MM300 is a product intended for that use and is available for $19.90 on Amazon. The MM300 has dimensions of 36.6 x 11.8 x 0.1 inches, so make sure you have the desk space to accommodate before purchasing.
SanDisk SSD Plus - While flash prices are still quite high, the SanDisk SSD Plus is a 240GB 2.5” SSD available for $69.50, at the time of writing. This is not the fastest of SATA III drives but has acceptable read and write speeds of 530MB/s and 440MB/s respectively, and utilizes MLC-based NAND. The Plus line of SSDs come with a 3-year warranty from SanDisk.
That is all for this sales post, we will see you all in the New Year with plenty of content.
Editorial: Ryan Greenberg