Despite offering Black Friday sales last week, some retailers have put together a selection of deals for Cyber Monday. Newegg's Cyber Monday sale is loaded with discounts on enthusiast-worthy gear like Corsair's Graphite 600T enclosure, which has been dropped to $140 before a mail-in rebate knocks the price down to $120. Cases are a popular theme for Newegg today, with Antec's Three Hundred bundled with the company's own BP430 power supply for just $70. A mail-in rebate will knock an additional $15 off the combo's price. If you'd rather not deal with rebates, Lian Li's PC-9F mid-tower is $40 off at $100 even.
Intel's heavily discounted 320 Series SSD has been carried over from Newegg's Black Friday promotion. The 80GB version of this drive costs just $80 after a mail-in rebate, putting it squarely in dollar-per-gigabyte territory. The combination of an instant discount and mail-in rebate has also reduced the price of Corsair's H60 water cooler to under $44.
In the market for a motherboard? A couple of Gigabyte Z68 models are on sale. The Z68XP-UD3P can be had for $155 before a $15 mail-in rebate. Its better-equipped brother, the UD4, has been discounted to $170. That board also has a $20 mail-in rebate attached.
In addition to the ongoing Steam Autumn Sale (which has Dead Space 2 and Thief: Deadly Shadows for $5 for the next hour or so), Amazon has discounts on a bevvy of popular PC games. Today's standouts include Battlefield 3 for $30 and Need for Speed: The Run for just $20. Those are great prices on games that are only a few weeks old. There are discounts on older titles, too. Crysis 2, for example, costs $10 in downloadable form.
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