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


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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