For this week's deal post, we've selected one of eVGA's GeForce 8600 GTS graphics cards. The card normally sells for $170.99 at Newegg—already $9 down from its regular price—but with a rebate and a PayPal-exclusive deal, it can be nabbed for just $130.99 before shipping.
First, Newegg offers a $15 mail-in rebate that cuts the card's price down to $155.99. And according to Slickdeals, buyers can enter the following code and pay with PayPal to shave off another $25: PPAL808VGA01. The card in question comes with a lifetime warranty and is "factory overclocked" to core and memory speeds of 720MHz and 1050MHz, up from the standard 675MHz/1000MHz.
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