There are quite a few interesting PC hardware deals this week, so let's get to it.
- Newegg has an MSI GeForce GTX 660 2GB graphics card on sale for $159.99 after a $20 mail-in rebate and promo code EMCPEWA44. This "factory overclocked" card is strapped to a nice, dual-fan cooler, and it comes with a free copy of Watch Dogs. The user reviews are overwhelmingly positive, as well.
- Fractal Design's Define R4 mid-tower enclosure is down to only $79.99 at Newegg with promo code EMCPEWA24. That's an excellent price on a great case. The R4 is optimized for low noise levels, and as with the MSI card, there are loads of positive user reviews.
- Also on the mid-tower front, Thermaltake's Urban S31 case is selling for only $69.99 at TigerDirect after $30 in instant savings and a $10 MIR. The Urban has a much more understated aesthetic than Thermaltake's usual products, and I like the fact that a drive dock is integrated into the top panel.
- Cooler Master's Hyper TX3 CPU cooler isn't the most exotic air tower around, but it's way better than a stock heatsink, has loads of positive Newegg reviews, and is massively discounted at Newegg. You'll pay just $14.99 for the thing after promo code EXLEMCPEPB35 and a $5 mail-in-rebate.
- We'll kick off our cheap storage coverage with Seagate's Desktop HDD.15 4TB hard drive, which can be had for as little as $139.99 at TigerDirect. There are no rebates attached to this deal, but you'll need to enter coupon code FTS126631.
- Let's handle all the SSDs together, shall we? Newegg is selling PNY's XLR8 240GB for only $99.99 after a $10 mail-in rebate. TigerDirect has a few intriguing options, including Adata's SP900 256GB for $119.99, Seagate's 600 SSD 480GB for $229.99, and the enterprise-grade 600 Pro 240GB for $124.99. Surprisingly, the 600 Pro is actually $5 cheaper than its consumer-oriented counterpart.
The deals at TigerDirect are made even sweeter by a separate offer that shaves $15 off orders of $100 or more. A valid email address is required to unlock the additional discount, and that address will be added to TigerDirect's mailing list. Unsubscribing only takes a couple of seconds, though.