Do you need a 1500W power supply? Perhaps, if you're running a four graphics card and planning to power the state of Texas. Can you comfortably get by with less wattage? Most definitely, and the your wallet will certainly appreciate not overpaying for way more power than you need. Still, having a bit of upgrade headroom is nice, which why today's top deal rocks. It's for a Corsair HX Series HX750 750W Power Supply for $90 with free shipping (normally $130 - use coupon code: [EMCPEWA23]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). This is an 80 Plus Gold certified PSU with modular cables and a single +12V rail.
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There are power supplies, and then there's Corsair's AX1500i Digital ATX PSU. Corsair calls the AX1500i the most technologically advanced and efficient power supply on the planet, a claim we'd have a hard time debating after glancing this beast's spec sheet. It starts with the wattage rating -- Corsair's AX1500i is a 1500W PSU and also the first of its kind to earn the ultra-stringent 80 Plus Titanium certification.
Did you know that today is 'Adopt a Computer Case' day? No? Well, that's because it's not. In fact, there's no such thing. Yeah, we're enraged about it too. However, the good news is you can bring a case home any day of the year, and if you're looking for one, we suggest taking a look at today's top deal. It's for a Corsair Carbide Series 500R ARctice Whilte Mid-Tower Gaming Case for $80 with free shipping (normally $110 - use coupon code: [EMCPFHH242]; additional $10 mail-in-rebate). This modern day marvel supports USB 3.0 and 2.5-inch SSDs, offers plenty of cooling, and looks sharp.
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Is is just us, or are power supply ratings approaching insane levels? It won't be long before you can purchase a 35,000 Jigawatt PSU with a little slot on top to insert the plutonium. Egads! If your needs are a bit more pedestrian than that, then check out today's top deal for a Corsair CX500M 500W Modular Power Supply for $35 with free shipping (normally $70 - use coupon code: [EMCPFWB43]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). Don't let the rock bottom price tag fool you -- this is a solid unit that's 80 Plus Bronze certified and is both SLI and CrossFire ready. Double egads!
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Before there were 3D graphics cards, it was a dark and cold world. Text-based adventure gaming ruled the day, and as games grew more complex, it was up to the CPU to carry the heavy load. That all changed in the mid-1990s, and now decades later, we have awesome pixel pushing cards like the one offered up as today's top deal -- an EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Ti Superclocked Video Card for $685 with free shipping (normally $730; additional $10 mail-in-rebate). This card brings 2,880 CUDA cores to the party and chills out with EVGA's custom ACX cooler.
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You're not using a stock cooler on your CPU, are you? Oh the humanity! The humiliation! The...actually, there's nothing wrong with using a stock cooler, so don't sweat it -- go one with your bad self. However, if you want to kick things up a couple notches and experiment with overclocking (or just have cooler temps), then you'll need more than what a stock setup can provide. Intrigued by liquid? Then check out today's top deal for a Corsair Hydro Series H110 Extreme Performance Water/Liquid CPU Cooler for $105 with free shipping (normally $115 - use coupon code: [0415WBTR103]. It has "Extreme" in the name, which automatically makes things run cooler! On a more serious note, Corsair's cooler packs a 280mm radiator with dual fans.
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Kids these days have no concept of what it was like shopping for a monitor back in the day. It was a back (and wallet) breaking affair -- quite literally. A big size CRT could weight as much a Tyrannosaurus Rex after binge eating a pack of Triceratops. And today? Well, just check out today's top deal for an Asus VN248H-P Super Narrow Bezel Widescreen LED Monitor for $135 with free shipping (normally $170 - use coupon code: [EMCPFPB22]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). This monitor is rocking an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel (read: not TN!) with a Full HD 1080p resolution, 80,000,000:1 dynamic constrast ratio, 5ms GTG response time, and built-in speakers.Connectivity options include D-Sub and HDMI w/ MHL.
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One way to save money a new PC build is to skimp on the power supply and pick up a cheaply made unit. After you do that, be sure and punch yourself in the crotch -- after all, one bad decision deserves another. The alternate route is to pick up a well made PSU from a name brand company that actually cares about maintaining its reputation. You don't have to spend a fortune to go that route, either. We can prove it -- just check out today's top deal for a Corsair Enthusiast Series TX750M 750W Modular Power Supply for $85 with free shipping (normally $110 - use coupon code: 9EMCPFPG44]; additional $15 mail-in-rebate). That's pretty much a steal, though Newegg ensures us it won't alert the authorities. What they will do is send out a PSU with 80 Plus Bronze certification and a beefy single +12V rail.
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Dual front fans give graphics cards a steady stream of cool air
Corsair just expanded its Obsidian Series of computers cases with the 450D, a mid-tower chassis sporting a familiar brushed aluminum design but with increased attention on airflow. There are two 140mm AF140L intake fans behind the aluminum mesh grill on the front that provide direct airflow to where a graphics card would be, and a rear 120mm AF120L fan to expel hot air.
Back in the early days of computing, cavemen would build their PCs inside of stone enclosures. They needed to use stone because it was the most popular material at the time, and also to protect from saber-toothed tigers who delighted in the taste of silicon. Fast forward to today and we no longer need to worry about saber-toothed tigers stealing our components, so it's increasingly difficult to find a case made out of stone. Instead, we have much fancier enclosures, such today's top deal for a Corsair Carbide Series 500R Mid-Tower for $80 with free shipping (normally $110 - use coupon code: [EMCPGHE36]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). It's made of steel with molded ABS plastic accents. A single 200mm fan and three 120mm fans are included to keep your components breathing, and if you need more, there are a total of 10 fan mounts.
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