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Newegg Combos Added - Automatically Find The Best Combos For Your Part List

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philip Oct. 30, 2012

I'm pleased to announce that PCPartPicker now supports Newegg combo deals for US and Canada!

Combo deals are important when trying to find the best deals, but with thousands available finding the best savings can be tricky and time consuming. To help with this, PCPartPicker automatically searches over 3,000 combo deals to find the permutation of deals that offer the greatest overall savings for your part list.

For a given part list, there may be a hundred or more different permutations of combo deals available. PCPartPicker evaluates each permutation of deals, factoring in the effects of those deals, prices from your preferred retailers, nearby local-only deals, promotions and coupon codes, mail-in rebates, taxes, and shipping. The best combination of deals is presented and broken down part by part, with a list of which promotions and combo deals offer the largest savings.

When you choose parts, combo icons indicate which parts offer combo deals - both in general and in combination with parts you've already picked out. Part detail pages also list which available deals.

With the initial rollout for this feature, it is currently limited to Newegg.com and Newegg.ca combo deals of only two items. Once I have a better idea of the extra load this will add on the server, I intend to support deals with three or more parts.

Comments Sorted by:

Jimmy 2 points 62 months ago

Thanks, it made the build I'm going to do $20 cheaper.

spacetexan 2 points 62 months ago

Kudos team, that is an awesome feature to add!

bdirgo 2 points 62 months ago

That is an awesome feature, to this already awesome site. Can't wait till you guys add tigerdirect deals too. :-)

Captainpabst 2 points 62 months ago

Could you make this optional instead of having it automatically apply them? They're not always cheaper due to shipping and especially tax - I happen to live in one of the 3 states Newegg charges tax. :(

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

Have you set the tax rate for Newegg in your user preferences? That is a relatively new feature, and if used the combo deal calculator will take the tax amount into account when deciding what is the best deal.

Captainpabst 1 point 62 months ago

Thanks that fixed my issue!

Captainpabst 1 point 62 months ago

Thanks that fixed my issue!

TGamer12 2 points 62 months ago

Hey, can you add intel xeon processors?

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

Definitely. That's on the roadmap.

gogo809 3 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

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wow, what a flipping awesome feature!

Oliver 5 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

Random question, what is the difference in Intel processors between the K series, T series, and S series, I'm considering getting a 3570K, but what about 3570S or T? Appreciate it if anyone knows, thanks.

TheLastBoss78 1 Build 1 point 62 months ago

K means unlocked; you can overclock it.

philip staff submitter 10 Builds 1 point 62 months ago

TheLastBoss78 is right - K is for unlocked Intel CPUs, which makes them much easier to overclock as their multiplier is unlocked. S and T designations are for lower power variations of the same CPU - typically with a slower clock, lower performance, but significantly reduced power requirements.

battlerobot 1 point 62 months ago

Do you have any plans for Microcenter combos?

EgaoNoGenki 1 point 61 months ago

Hello again. Do we get the Mobile subsite for Thanksgiving or Christmas?

kishore 1 point 61 months ago

you guys rock....very good features and helpful site...

Coldthief 1 point 61 months ago

Hey Philip,

I would love to see this added for NCIX as well, if possible. They also do combo deals and some of them are pretty great.

Loving the site, and this feature would make it even better. :-)

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