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[Canada Computers] Canada Computers Black Friday Flyer

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Sep 6, 2013
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[Canada Computers] Canada Computers Black Friday Flyer

Their Black Friday flyer is live now.
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Newbie
Jul 28, 2020
14 posts
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looks like a regular sale. Where's the 3600 for 250 at?
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Jan 20, 2009
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i would take some 3080's and 5600x's in stock as the 'black friday deal' this year. anytime now folks
Newbie
Jan 13, 2019
32 posts
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Don't see anything worth throwing my money at.
Jr. Member
Sep 12, 2016
118 posts
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Wow this is awful. There's pretty much nothing worth getting.
Sr. Member
Aug 31, 2008
727 posts
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Glad to see the AX86U will be on sale here as well as Newegg!
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May 29, 2004
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what with the "power deal" on the hdd? do they expect us to find out the price when we at their store??
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Nov 1, 2017
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Prebuilt isn't bad.
I built a similar system recently for way more. I'm guessing they used a shit PSU
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Sep 2, 2014
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Richmond Hill, ON
ratudio wrote: what with the "power deal" on the hdd? do they expect us to find out the price when we at their store??
I'm also wondering about the "power deal". Want to get a SN750 1TB if the price could beat Newegg's $149.99 (I believe other retailers will join the party).
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Dec 23, 2015
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Newmarket, ON
Those are good prices for flash memory aren't they?

128 gb usb 3.0 stick for $13
128 gb micro sd for $15
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Dec 20, 2003
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Not sure why, but every link seems to take me to their Facebook page...
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Nov 28, 2017
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I don't see any doorcrashers in that flyer, but some of the PSU prices are not that bad, especially given the year we've had for them.
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Mar 20, 2009
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nevyn1234 wrote: I don't see any doorcrashers in that flyer, but some of the PSU prices are not that bad, especially given the year we've had for them.
Maybe because the idea of people crashing doors during Covid is repugnant?
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Sep 2, 2014
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Richmond Hill, ON
nevyn1234 wrote: I don't see any doorcrashers in that flyer, but some of the PSU prices are not that bad, especially given the year we've had for them.
The PSU I bought will be $20 cheaper. Worth the hassle to buy and return?
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Nov 28, 2017
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shikotee wrote: Maybe because the idea of people crashing doors during Covid is repugnant?
Yeah, because any deal good enough to be considered a door crasher must involve literal crowding and retail rush. Give your head a shake. They use the term even for online only sales ffs.
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Nov 4, 2016
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PerformingAzura wrote: Prebuilt isn't bad.
I built a similar system recently for way more. I'm guessing they used a shit PSU
Which prebuild is good? Looking for a budget gaming/photo editing PC desktop. Thanks!

I am considering the 4650G one for $600. The other option is the 3600 one with NVM SSD for $850. Decisions!

But yeah the PSU could be 300W for all we know.
Best shopping deals I got from here:
Asus Zenfone 3 Zoom $300, ZTE Blade V8 Pro $175, Fluld 55' 4k TV $360

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