We have a triple whammy of deals for you this week. To start off, while Radeon HD 5850 graphics cards remain marked up over the original suggested retail price, we've come across one that's a little easier on the wallet. Our deal search has also yielded a 750W power supply and a Logitech mouse both going for considerably below their list prices.
Normally sold for $309.99 at Newegg, the PowerColor Radeon HD 5850 is now the subject of a $10 instant discount and a $20-off coupon code ("VGA462" without the quotes). Final price: $279.99 with free shipping. Not bad, especially considering how the 5850 holds up against Nvidia's latest onslaught.
On the PSU side of things, Newegg quotes a $159.99 list price for Antec's TruePower New TP-750 power supply, but the unit now comes with a $50 instant discount, and it's eligible for another $10 off via the promo code "add10" (again, enter without the quotes). We're already down to $99.95 shipped, and a mail-in rebate can take the price down to $79.95... if you fill in the form just right and sacrifice a goat to the rebate gods. Keep in mind we're talking about a 750W modular PSU with an 80 Plus Bronze efficiency rating.
Last, but not least, the folks at LogicBuy have a code that lets you grab Logitech's MX 1100 wireless laser mouse for $38.99 with free shipping instead of $79.99. Aside from the obvious, this mouse has buttons to adjust the precision of the tracking engine and switch from clicky to non-clicky scrolling. Logitech also includes a "stealth thumb button" that pops up an Exposé-style window manager by default.
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