Deal of the week: 40 bucks off Corsair’s Obsidian 650D

Corsair’s Obsidian Series 650D is an excellent case, pairing the roomy, easy-to-use internals of the 600T with the good looks of the pricier 800D. While I faulted the 650D for not being quite as cheap as it could be, the tables seem to have turned thanks to a combination of promotions.

Newegg currently sells the Obsidian Series 650D for $199.99, as it should. However, you can slice off $20 by entering the promo code "EMCKEGJ42" on the checkout page, and Newegg offers a $20 mail-in rebate on top of that. Add the free shipping offered by the e-tailer, and you’re down to a final price of $159.99.

That actually makes the 650D more affordable than its little sister. The more rounded, jovial-looking Graphite Series 600T currently sells for $159.99, but shipping will set you back another $19.99, and the mail-in rebate offered only saves you 10 bucks.

Up in Canada, NCIX is running a juicy sale on OCZ’s 60GB Vertex 2 solid-state drive. Normally priced at $132.33 CAD, the drive is now selling for $104.99 CAD, and you can snag it for just $89.99 CAD after a mail-in rebate. 60GB ought to be enough for a system drive without too many games installed, and 90 bucks is just a steal for a quick, SandForce-based SSD like this one.

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    • 8 years ago

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    • Dygear
    • 8 years ago

    You guys are KILLING ME, I just got a 650D, I’m in the middle of building the damn thing and I come on to check out what’s going on in the world and I find this!

    • flip-mode
    • 8 years ago

    Woah, that’s a lot of case for $160. Tempting.

    The only thing holding me back is the fact that I’m wondering if the days of full-sized ATX motherboards are over.

    In fact, I’m considering the Silverstone SG07 or something akin to it.

    Dunno. These are all difficult decisions.

      • khands
      • 8 years ago

      I say go for it, it’ll last a little longer and there’s always the epeen.

        • KoolAidMan
        • 8 years ago

        I agree. Unless you’re moving your case around a lot, I’d just got for a mid or full size. So much easier to do builds and part swaps in.

      • oldDummy
      • 8 years ago

      The future in computing is and has always been smaller.
      From room size to hand size in 30 years would seem to be an indication.
      my current phone is more powerful than my first box.
      That being said; if you have need for many HDD’s, server functions or things of that ilk then
      this box would seem to be a worthwhile purchase.

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