We often feature memory bargains in our deal post, but we've never posted a notebook memory deal. The reason for that is simple: laptop memory typically costs more than the desktop stuff, and none of the prices out there seemed particularly attractive to us. That's changed today, as we've noticed that Buy.com is offering a 2GB kit of Kingston ValueRAM DDR2-667 notebook SO-DIMMs for $34.99 shipped. That's actually cheaper than most big-name desktop memory, and it's a very enticing deal if your mobile workstation is running out of steam. You can even cut the price to $24.99 by paying with Google Checkout if you're not a user yet.
Our second deal today already got a mention in yesterday's new post, GeForce 8800 GT, Radeon HD 3870 hit near-price-parity, but we thought we'd feature it here again for good measure. ZipZoomFly is currently selling an eVGA GeForce 8800 GT 512MB graphics card for only $224.99. The card is in stock, and it's by far the cheapest 8800 GT 512MB we've seen to date. The $225 price tag won't get you a fancy, "factory overclocked" model, but eVGA does cover the card with a lifetime warranty.
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