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$30 AUD off $75+ Spend @ Newegg

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Newegg is offering AUD $30 off a $75+ spend until midnight (pacific time), 25th November.

1 Use per customer

Exclusions apply.
I am yet to actually find a list of exclusions, so it may be a matter of trial an error.

This is part of Black Friday / Cyber Monday deals for 2018

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  • +22 votes

    i dont really need anything but i feel obligated to buy something… ideas?

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    Waiting for USB suggestion 😎

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    Could be some sweet RAM deals.

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    Can confirm it works on Newegg Market Place sellers

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    G.SKILL TridentZ RGB Series 32GB (2 x 16GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model …

    https://www.newegg.com/global/au-en/Product/Product.aspx?Ite... Grand Total: AUD$319.80

  • +2 votes

    About 6PM AEST Monday ish?

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    Hyper X Cloud 2 for $76.70 INC GST. Lowest ive seem is $90 at JBHIFI

    https://www.newegg.com/global/au-en/Product/Product.aspx?Ite...

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      Just got on this one myself!

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      Is that before or after the $30 off? Price I'm seeing currently is $97. I'd be all over that if the before discount price was $76.70

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      Thanks, I'm surprised this isn't more popular considering the deal posted regarding JB HiFi was a compelete kerfuffle on Jb's (or HyperX's) part.

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      This has gone back to full price now :-(
      $176.00 before $30 off

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      *$131.35

      They add extra onto the estimates GST and Duties when you checkout.

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      too good to pass up, thx

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      Anyone knows if we need to pay by international fee free card or they charge AUD locally and ship from US?

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        They charge AUD

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          Few stores charge AUD, but we get stung with international charges due to financial part being international. Example: Nike. We pay in AU, but get charged international fee.

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        Usually the card fees are determined by your bank. Some banks charge extra for international purchases and some don't. What currency it's in doesn't really matter, if you want to be safe get a card that doesn't charge international transaction fees.

        • +1 vote

          My Credit cards dont have 0 charge for international transactions and Citi Debit card I use was out of funds for a little bigger purchase. Anyway, got something else and will see.
          Edit: My current charges via paypal shows NewEgg Sydney, so looks like it wont have international charges like BHPhotovideo.

    • +3 votes

      That or 2x This

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        bought 2x of that with 2 separate acc. 1 with usb stick and another with thermal compound. got 16gb ram, 32gb sanddisk usb and 4g thermal compound for $110

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          I did virtually the same and they cancelled one of the orders as they are supposedly out of stock .
          It's back in stock but it's now $95 instead of $69 . Kind of screwed as you really need dual channel .
          Currently No 349 on Newegg Chat .
          The $10 32GB USB stick is being sent for $7.75 .

  • +1 vote

    Any wireless and or bluetooth mouse suggestions?

  • +4 votes

    What's good that's $75 on there? Lol

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    Heh, was annoyed as I ordered “G.SKILL Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2 x 8GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600 (PC3 12800) Desktop Memory Model F3-1600C9D-16GXM” for $139.36 delivered last week, went to check it then and it’s gone up to $175.65 delivered! So would have been $6.29 worse off.

    Not sure if it’s just a coincidence or they did a price jack on a few things…

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    I just brought a PSU last night. Does anyone know if I could cancel the order and reorder with the code?

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      Nevermind, as soon as I emailed them they processed my order and shipped it lol.

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        Where did you get their email address? I'm trying to reach them but live chat, texting and calling all don't work.

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          After I made the purchase, I went to Purchase History and there was an option to email seller.

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    $75 is exclude gst, I try to put razor mouse at $77 which include gst, but not working.

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    How to avoid the delivery fee? It's $28

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    Any mechanical keyboard anyone recommend?

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      For a cheap one, grabbed this for $58.39
      G.SKILL RIPJAWS KM570 MX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard - Cherry MX Brown

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      I just purchased the Corsair Strafe MK.2 RGB for $138 delivered using the $30 off code, cheapest i could find otherwise was around $180ish

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    Grabbed an external 2 bay enclosure, nice!~

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    Bought an MX Master 2S mouse for $77

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    done, just ordered a SSD I had my eye on,

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    Is the Blue Snowball for $75.60 cheap? (the better one, not the ice version)

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    I need a new micro ATX case but shipping makes it not worth it. You can get an i7 9700k for $602.66 delivered which is pretty good. Cheapest on staticice is $655 + delivery.

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      Mighty ape sells i7 9700k for ~635 (includes delivery). If your in a rush it would arrive faster since they are based in NZ. i ordered mine there

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    I never seem to see RAM for Mac go on sale so if you're upgrading your Mac's RAM then this is probably a good deal to jump on.

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      “Mac” RAM is frequently a rip off. As long as you get the correct spec the right “PC” RAM works just fine. After multiple macs (and being in charge of a fleet of macs at work), I’ve never had an issue. The RAM I have in my current MacBook Pro, in fact was a bit of a Hail Mary as it wasn’t quite the right spec but the price was so good I had to give it a shot. Three years fault free. :D

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        I have no doubt you're right having had your experience, but I've heard older-style Macs are very fussy in terms of what RAM they will accept. I'm trying to upgrade a Late 2009 Mac Mini, would I have issues if I picked RAM that didn't have the 'for Mac' label?

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          I used to own an early 2009 mini (great machine btw), & upgraded it with good (reputable brand) correct spec SODIMMs without the Mac label no worries. If you’re buying the RAM from overseas & want to be sure, as long as you’re not paying massively more $ for “Mac” RAM the peace of mind may be worth it.

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          You shouldn't have any issues as long as you install RAM with the correct speed and fairly standard JEDEC timings. Mac is only picky in that they cannot run faster clocked RAM (with a few exceptions), unlike PCs that can down-clock automatically. For your mini you're looking for PC3-8500 which, strangely enough, the "for Mac" chips are the cheapest at the moment. https://www.newegg.com/global/au-en/Product/Product.aspx?Ite...

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          And there was me thinking I must be the only one still rockin' one of these. Early 2009 Mac Mini bought brand new with 2GB RAM, now upgraded to 8GB. In 2009 I also put an Intel SSD in it. This has been and still is my primary desktop and boot times are still faster than current Macs with HDD. No more Mac OS updates for this model but Chrome does get regular updates and that's all that matters to me.

          The RAM I put in was labelled "For Mac" but I'm also sure that if you get the specs right there is cheaper stuff out there.

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            @Bystander: Wow primary desktop still!? Mine used to be but it’s strictly a media PC now. I still have the OG 2GB RAM and Fujitsu HDD. Can barely run one app at a time now and impossible to watch x265 media. I’m really impressed it can be a highly functionable computer 11 years later with a $150 upgrade.

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              @mortyestmorty: The longevity on these is really quite impressive. My main is a 2011 MBP 15" 16GB quad i7, will be 8 years old in February. I'm running an eGPU on it now with an RX 580 and it even makes a decent gaming machine for something so well aged.

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                @Cyan9: Oh yeah? I have the same specs but 8GB RAM on the 2012 one. What are the temps like when you use the eGPU? Can you play AAA games on high?

                Edit: I thought eGPUs on older Macs weren't supported anymore because they don't have Thunderbolt 3?

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                  @mortyestmorty: Temps are down because all the GPU work is now out of the laptop chassis in an external box. TB1 eGPU isn't a supported config, but works fine with a TB1/2 to TB3 adapter, you can read up on eGPU.io for all the info. It was a workable out of the box config to 10.13.3, in 10.13.4 Apple disabled it, but they didn't try very hard and it's "unlockable" pretty easily.

                  I can't speak to AAA stuff as I mostly play WoW (sorry!), if it's any indication on the newest expansion I can run at Ultra High detail, with view distance at 7/10, mostly maintain 60fps. It's true I'm not getting the full performance of the RX 580 8GB on an old TB1 mac, but it's VASTLY superior to the built in Radeon graphics and I'm super happy with it. As a side benefit the eGPU enclosure is TB3 so if/when I upgrade my mac I can just reuse the same eGPU on my new mac, too.

                  Edit: Side benefit, I can also hook up multiple monitors now which this mac couldn't do out of the box! (one video out port).

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                    @Cyan9: That's all really good info to know! Do you only game on OS X or do you have Bootcamp? How much did you pay for your enclosure?

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                      @mortyestmorty: Just on OSX. Getting it to work in Boot Camp can be a bit of a black art from what I read, and TBH I just haven't bothered trying.

                      I'm using a Sonnet Breakaway Box 350, which I chose as it claimed to be the quietest (it's really quiet) & and it's "Apple supported". I think I paid something around AU$380 for it almost 12mo ago, I purchased it from Amazon.com & had it sent to relatives in the US, who forwarded it on for me. In the US they sell for US$199 now (they used to be US$299). Macfixit.com.au seems to be the only Oz seller I've found, but their prices are pretty high (even with 15% off for Black Friday right now, using coupon BLACK15). Then I just bought an off the shelf Gigabyte AORUS Radeon RX 580 8GB (RX 580 has full native macOS driver support) from shoppingexpress last year on a Boxing Day special.

                      I picked these components as due to family I don't have a lot of time to hack & troubleshoot any more, so I wanted something pretty much PnP (which in 10.13.3 it literally was).

                      If I had to do it again, I'd maybe opt for something like the Sonnet 550W model so I can upgrade to a more powerful GPU if I want to. The 300W power delivery on my enclosure could possibly be limiting later on.

                      Edit: I might also consider an eGPU box with USB3 ports like the Mantiz Venus or similar, as my laptop doesn't have USB3!

  • +7 votes

    Know your prices. Some prices went up.

    Bought a 8TB Seagate last night from there for $212
    Now it is $250.

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    Just used it on this - AMD Ryzen 2600X CPU $273.90 Delivered from Newegg https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/419702 for a total of $243.19. Cheapest I could find this processor for. Thank you for the code!

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      Is it better than the R7 1700X which was on sale recently?

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        Depends on your usage. It has slightly higher single core speed, however has less cores. If you are doing video editing etc, the 1700x would be a better option. Mine will be primarily gaming/normal usage, so i went with the higher core speeds.

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          Thanks. Do u think it is one of best price?
          I might start collecting parts as well for a new gaming rig.
          Thinking vega 64 and then processor.

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            @Gaggy: It's the cheapest I have been able to find recently. Under $250 for a high quality modern CPU is a bargain in my books. I'm doing the same as you, building piece by piece. Good luck and happy gaming.

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        If you have to ask, 99% yes.

        ryzen 2nd gen is overall a lot more polished experience. You don't need to sink that much time/risk into tweaking to extract the most bang for your buck.

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