Deals of the week: Mushkin's Reactor 1TB SSD and more

— 9:54 AM on October 16, 2015

It's Friday, gerbils. The leaves are turning here, and the days are growing colder. Perhaps it's time to cozy up with some hot new PC parts to stave off the autumnal chill. Here are the best deals we found this week:

  • Newegg has Mushkin's Reactor 1TB SSD for a cool $269.99 after promo code EMCKAKS83. That's the cheapest we've ever seen this drive—or maybe any 1TB SSD, for that matter. It doesn't hurt that the Reactor is a good performer, too.
  • Need some fast NVMe storage to go with your new Skylake system? Newegg also has Intel's 750 Series PCIe SSD on sale for $339.99 after promo code EMCKAKT67. Check out our review for all of the details about this data-center-derived drive.
  • Dell's U3415W ultrawide 34" monitor is a staple of our deals posts, and the discounts on it keep getting deeper. This 3440x1440 IPS display is available for $699.99 today from both Adorama and Newegg. To get the Newegg price, you'll need promo code EMCKAKS26. Both sites are also offering mail-in rebates for the brave: $50 from Newegg and $70 from Adorama.
  • Here's one from Cooler Master: the company is pairing its legendary Hyper 212 Evo CPU cooler and its MasterCase 5 as a bundle from its own online store. The package deal costs $119.99, as opposed to about $140 if one was to buy those parts separately. It's worth noting the Hyper 212 Evo in this bundle is factory-refurbished, but it's a CPU cooler—there's just not much that can go wrong with those.
  • Finally, Newegg has Asus' Z170 Pro Gaming motherboard on sale for $154.99 straight-up. This board is one of our Z170 picks in our System Guide. It packs plenty of premium features for a reasonable price, and we think Asus' firmware and fan control are the best in the business. If you need a foundation for a powerful Skylake system, this board could be it.

That's it for this week. If we missed a great bargain, be sure to share with other TR readers in the comments.

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