Thursday deals: a 1-TB Adata SU800 SSD for $150 and more


Howdy folks. From the outside, it might look like a slow week at TR HQ, but we're cooking up multiple reviews for your delectation. While you're waiting with bated breath for the upcoming analysis, you might want to take a gander at our selection of deals right below. Today's theme is "big."

  • First up, a big SSD for your extensive game library: the Adata SU800 1 TB. This drive can push 560 MB/s in sequential reads and 520 MB/s in writes. It should be plenty fast for most any system, and can be obtained from Rakuten for just $149.60 with the checkout code AD15. That price works out to a super-low 15 cents a gigabyte.

  • It's a safe-enough guess that more than a handful of you have salivated over the prospect of one of Intel's high-end Core i9 processors. If you're considering taking the high-end-desktop plunge, how about the Intel Core i9-7900X? This CPU packs 10 Skylake-X cores with Hyper-Threading and single-core Turbo clocks up to 4.3 GHz (or 4.5 GHz when Turbo Boost Max kicks in). There's a whopping 13.75 MB of cache on tap, too. Take this processor home for $849 from Newegg with the promo code EMCPVRX27.

  • Next up, a handful of pieces to potentially accompany that CPU. The first one is the Fractal Define R6 case. The model on hand has a tempered-glass side panel. Seeing as it's an R-series case, the Define R6 has meaty sound-proofing material. The chassis can take in boards up to E-ATX size and comes with three preinstalled Fractal Dynamic X2 GP-14 140-mm fans along with a Nexus+ Smart Hub fan controller. This case is usually seen prowling about for well north of $130, but you can grab one for only $109.99 from Newegg.

    • Rainbow-lit keyboards are as popular a computing item as anything, and the Logitech Orion Spectrum G910 is a fine sample of the genre. This clacker has Romer-G switches underneath the fancy keycaps, a crapton of dedicated macro and shortcut keys, a volume roller, and even a mobile phone dock. It's a piece of kit that usually goes for a pretty penny, but you can have it from Best Buy for just $89.99.

    • Graphics cards prices got you down? We can help. The MSI Duke GeForce GTX 1070 Ti graphics card is simple and effective. It bears a three-fan cooler and a stock 1683-MHz boost clock that Pascal's smarts will almost certainly override. If you're thinking "$500 and up," let it be known that you can have this particular model for just $419.99 from Newegg with the promo code EMCSPVRW2. How's them pixels?

    • It seems it's the season for Kardashian-butt-sized monitors. We have two of those today, as it happens. The first one is the LG 43MU79-B. This 43" IPS display has a resolution of 3840x2160 and a healthy 350 cd/m2 maximum brightness. There are four HDMI inputs for picture-by-picture and picture-in-picture functionality, along with DisplayPort and USB Type-C connectors. Additional niceties include built-in speakers and a three-year warranty. Put this monitor on your desk or wall for a mere $519.99 with the promo code EMCPVRX52 at Newegg. That's only $12 per 4K display inch.

    • That LG display above is sweet, but if gaming is in your blood, you might want to check out the Samsung C49HG90. This gigantic 49" ultra-wide display employs a quantum-dot-infused VA panel with a resolution of 3840x1080. The maximum refresh rate on tap is 144 Hz, and there's (drum roll, please) FreeSync 2 support and HDR on tap. If all that isn't enough, there's also a blur-reduction mode that'll bring the response time down to 1 ms. This is as good as an ultra-wide gaming display gets, and you can have it for $869.99 from Newegg with the promo code EMCPVRW23.

    That's all for today, folks! There's a chance you're looking for something we haven't covered. If that's the case, you can help The Tech Report by using the following referral links when you're out shopping: not only do we have a partnership with Newegg and Amazon, but we also work with Best Buy, Adorama, RakutenWalmart, and Sam's Club. For more specific needs, you can also shop with our links at Das Keyboard's shop.

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