After the performance Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 660 put on earlier this week, we couldn't leave it out of our deal post. I mean, the Zotac card we tested is right there on Newegg. It costs $229.99 before shipping, has that nifty little Zotac cooler, and offers better performance than the competition from AMD. How do you say no?
Well, I suppose you could. In that case, maybe some of Newegg's storage deals will sway you. There's quite a few.
Among them: OCZ's Solid 3 120GB solid-state drive, which is on sale for $79.99 with free shipping, or $59.99 after a mail-in rebate. You can also nab Corsair's Force Series 3 240GB SSD for $164.99 shipped, or $139.99 after a mail-in rebate. Road warriors might even take a liking to Corsair's Voyager GT 64GB thumb drive, which has USB 3.0 connectivity and will only set you back $64.99 shipped, provided you enter the coupon code "EMCNAJF38" on the checkout page.
Our Canadian friends can't enjoy those bargains without hopping the border, but they can take advantage of NCIX's Super September Savings Event right at home. Discounted items include WD's 2TB Caviar Green hard drive ($99.99 CAD) and OCZ's Agility 3 240GB ($144.99 CAD). Of course, NCIX also has that Zotac GeForce GTX 660 in stock; you can grab it for $229.99 CAD.
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