Deal of the week: Graphics cards, a mid-tower, and SSDs


— 11:04 AM on June 13, 2014

It's time for another weekly deals post. Here's a selection of discounted hardware we spotted this morning:

  • Zotac's GeForce GTX 760 2GB graphics card is on sale for $219.99 at TigerDirect. Shipping is free and there are no rebates attached, but you'll need to enter coupon code QWK131017. This version of the GTX 760 has a reference-style cooler and a mildly hot-clocked GPU. It comes with a free copy of Watch Dogs, too.
  • Also at TigerDirect, Corsair's Graphite Series 600T mid-tower is selling for only $109.99 after an instant discount and a $20 mail-in-rebate. The deal applies to the white and silver variants, and shipping is included. The black version of the 600T is sitting this one out, though; it's selling for $40 more, without free shipping.
  • Our requisite SSD deal also comes from TigerDirect. Seagate's 600 SSD 240GB can be purchase for only $114.99 with coupon code EGN130672. Shipping is free, and the 480GB version is available for $219.99. These drives don't have quite as much storage as Crucial's similarly affordable MX100 SSDs, but they perform much better with more demanding workloads, especially those that include lots of random I/O.
  • At Newegg, MSI's GeForce GTX 750 Ti Gaming graphics card is available for just $129.99 after a $30 MIR. This affordable offering has higher-than-stock frequencies, a dual-fan cooler, and $150 in virtual currency for a handful of freemium games. The rebate expires on Sunday, so act quickly if you want to get in on the deal.
  • Finally, we have MSI's GeForce GTX 660 OC graphics card, which is discounted to $158.59 at Newegg thanks to a $20 MIR and promo code EMCPDWG234. This card has a dual-fan Twin Frozr III cooler, juiced GPU frequencies, and a download code for Watch Dogs. Shipping is free on this unit and on the 750 Ti.

That's all for this week. As always, feel free to add any deals we missed in the comments below.

   
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