When you're buying a gaming PC, any savings can help you get better parts or more games. So when we saw you can get savings of $250 on a Corsair Vengeance i8200, it seemed like a way to put some cash towards Steam and Epic libraries.
With the $250 discount, the Corsair Vengeance i8200 costs $4,549. Along with the top-tier Nvidia RTX 4090 graphics card the Corsair Vengeance i8200 packs in Intel's Core i9-14900K, 64GB of fast 6400MHz DDR5 RAM, and 4TB of M.2 PCIe NVMe SSD storage. A huge portion of the cost of this PC is purely on the GPU - an Nvidia RTX 4090, a GPU that rarely falls under $2000 on its own.
Most of the components used are Corsair's own, including the Vengeance 5000T mid-tower case, CPU cooler, 1000W power supply, and RGB fan setup all being part of the Corsair ecosystem. This makes it easy to manage all your lighting and RGB configurations through Corsair's iCue software.
Corsair Vengeance i8200 Gaming PC: now $4,549 at Corsair (was $4,799)
An absolute beast of a gaming PC, the Corsair Vengeance i8200 features a lot of the best components available in a gaming PC. Powering this machine is Nvidia's RTX 4090, and Intel's Core i9-14900K, as well as a stonking 64GB of fast 6400MHz DDR5 RAM and 4TB of M.2 storage.
It's often cheaper (or at least more fun, in our opinion) to build your own PC with similar specs and construct it out of components of your choosing, but part of the experience of buying a pre-built PC is having all the parts and overall PC covered by a warranty and having any support for any issues all in one place. This is definitely a halo-tier purchase and not for the faint of wallet, but, this is going to absolutely crush any game you play on it, and with this sale, you'll have an extra $250 to spend on them.
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Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.
If you're going to purchase a pre-built, and I hold NO ONE in contempt for doing so, this is a good machine to consider. I've always liked Corsair products.Reply
RTX 4090: $2000Reply
64GB DDR5-6400 (Corsair brand): $300
4TB NVMe (Corsair brand): $340
1000w PSU (Corsair brand): $180
5000T case (from Amazon): $400
Z790 motherboard (unknown brand): $250 (average)
Corsair H150i: $155
That's $4175, so $4549 is about a 7-9% markup depending on if anything else is included vs retail, not a big difference, especially since it's from a reputable brand, and if the 4090 burns out or melts, it'd be easier to deal with Corsair than a GPU partner.