Deal of the week: an SSD exclusive, ATX cases, and more

— 11:57 AM on March 19, 2014

We're doing the deals post early this week because we have an exclusive coupon code from Newegg that expires tomorrow night. So let's get down to business.

  • OCZ's Vector 150 240GB SSD is already massively discounted at Newegg. The drive sold for $240 when we reviewed it in November, but it's down to $160 right now. Until midnight PT on Thursday, March 20, TR readers who enter the promo code TRSSD319 will shave another $10 off the price, bringing the total down to $150. That works out to only $0.63/GB, which is a great price for a high-end drive with a five-year warranty. The Vector 150 also happens to be one of the fastest SSDs we've tested. Thanks to Newegg for this exclusive deal!
  • Asus' Xonar DX is one of our favorite sound cards. It boasts great output quality, Dolby Home Theater tech, and a PCIe x1 interface that plays well with modern systems. It's an Editor's Choice award winner, too. Newegg normally sells the card for $90, but thanks to a $10 instant discount and a $10 mail-in rebate, the effective price has fallen to only $70.
  • Cyril really liked Corsair's Obsidian Series 750D mid-tower when he reviewed it in September. The case earned a TR Recommended award, and it's become a staple of our system guide. The 750D usually sells for $160. However, promo code EMCPGWB34 can be used to take $10 off that price, and there's a $20 mail-in rebate on top of that.
  • While the 750D is an understated enclosure, ThermalTake's Level 10 GT is most certainly not. This funky mid-tower is usually priced well north of $200, but Newegg has it on sale for $190. A $30 mail-in rebate is attached, too, bringing the net cost down to only $160. Those prices apply to the black version of the case; the white variant costs $10 more and has the same rebate deal.

NCIX doesn't update its weekly sale until tomorrow, so these discounts will have to do for now. We may have to crank out a mini deals post on Friday if anything interesting pops up.

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