Forget about Amazon Prime Day. For PC enthusiasts, Newegg’s rival Fantastech sale was where you could find the real action with jaw-dropping sales on all sorts of computer hardware: CPUs, GPUs, laptops, storage, RAM, you name it. It’s winding down now, but for the first time ever, Newegg is throwing a “Fantastech extended sale” with even more enticing component sales until midnight Pacific time on July 18.
We’ve sifted through them all to find the best—and believe me, these deals are great. The availability varies from deal to deal, so don’t hesitate if something tickles your fancy. Fair warning: You might need to subscribe to Newegg’s newsletter to take advantage of some of the deals.
Got it? Good. Here are the Newegg Fantastech extended sale deals you don’t want to miss. (Originally published July 17; updated July 18 to add the Intel Core i9-9900KF.)
Intel Core i9-9900KF for $420 ($80 off)Remove non-product link: Holy smokes! Intel processors don’t go on sale very often, and especially its flagship CPUs. The Core i9-9900KF is basically the 8-core, 16-thread, 5GHz-all-day titan of a processor known as the Core i9-9900K, but with the integrated graphics disabled. If you’re buying this chip, you’re buying it for gaming or heavy media editing work, so you’re probably going to pair it with discrete graphics anyway. This sale saves you $60 off the price of the Core i9-9900K proper, $40 off the KF version’s usual price, and is even $20 lower than the insane deal this chip was on during the Fantastech sale proper.
PowerColor Red Dragon Radeon RX 570 for $120 ($10 off)Remove non-product link with promo code VGAPCJP77: If you don’t need a high-powered 1440p graphics card, the Radeon RX 570 delivers a great 1080p gaming experience for a lot cheaper. A whole lot cheaper. You might need to dial visual settings back from Ultra to High to hit 60fps, but this on-sale card also comes with three free months of Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Brad Chacos spends his days digging through desktop PCs and tweeting too much. He specializes in graphics cards and gaming, but covers everything from security to Windows tips and all manner of PC hardware.