Have you ever heard that people who own discrete graphics cards live longer, have better luck, and increase their chances of winning the lottery by 63 percent? Neither have we, but why take the unnecessary risk of not owning one when today's top deal is for an Asus Radeon R9 270 graphics card for $190 with free shipping (normally $220 - use coupon code: [EMCPFHF224]).
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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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Ever since the fatherboard packed up and left town, it's been up to the motherboard to raise up a family of add-in cards, tend to the RAM, and do everything else a motherboard is responsible for. Maintaining order is a thankless job, but a necessary one. In honor of Mother's Day being right around the corner, today's top deal is an Asus Maximus VI Hero Motherboard for $180 with free shipping (normally $200 - use coupon code: [EMCPFWP67]). This board features Intel's Z87 chipset is packed with high-end goodies.
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Roughly 400 million years ago, we used to have these things called photo albums. They looked like oversized books, but instead of pages of text, we'd store physical photos inside. We've heard rumors that some of today's older generation still use these archaic means of storing pictures, though by and large, the modern day of doing things is to snap a ton of digital pictures, transfer them to your hard drive, and promise yourself you'll edit them someday. That day never comes, of course, and eventually you run out of space. What then? That's where today's top deal can come in handy -- it's for a Seagate Expansion 4TB 3.5-inch Desktop External Hard Drive for $130 with free shipping (normally $150 - use coupon code: [EMCPFPB54]). This drive offers fast tranfers via USB 3.0 and drag and drop operation.
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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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Today's a sad day for Windows XP fans. This marks the end of a long road, but rather than view it as a somber occasion, use it as opportunity to build that modern day gaming PC you always wanted. Thanks to advances in technology since XP's glory days, you don't have to take out a second mortgage to build a respectable system. To get started, have a look at today's top deal for an Asus GeForce GTX 660 Graphics Card for $170 with free shipping (normally $200 - use coupon code: [EMCPFPG29]; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). Based on Nvidia's Kepler architecture, this card sports 960 CUDA cores, 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 192-bit bus, and is factory overclocked (1020MHz core/1085MHz boost). Topping it off is a custom cooling soluiton that Asus claims is 20 percent cooler and 3 times quieter than reference.
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Titanfall. Thief. The Crew. Mad Max. We could go own naming titles that have either come out this year or are scheduled to release in 2014, or you can just click over to "The 20 Most Anticipated PC Games of 2014" and scroll through at your leisure. Either way, this isn't the year to be caught with integrated graphics. PC gaming is alive and thriving, and if it's been a long time since you've upgraded your graphics card, now would be a good time to start looking. You can start by checking out today's top deal for an MSI Radeon R9 270 Gaming Video Card for $180 with free shipping. This card features MSI's Twin Frozr IV cooling solution, Military Class components, and an invisible unicorn (while supplies last). That's right, each purchase comes with an invisible unicorn that you can't see, hear, smell, taste, or feel. But it's there, watching and rooting you on (silently) as you game into the wee hours of the morning.
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We have it on bad authority that the next season of Gold Rush will feature the Hoffman's returning home from the jungle to mine cryptocurrencies. It's going to be an exciting season -- you'll see Todd build his first computer, and when he decides to water cool his rig, hilarity ensues. Parts will fail because he'll insist on buying second-hand from shady sources, and who knows how's going to shove an AGP graphics card into a PCI-E slot! Will you mine more Bitcoin and Litecoin and Whatever coin than the Hoffman next season? If that's your goal -- or you just want a fast gaming card -- then check out today's top deal for an Asus DirectCU II OC Radeon R9 290 Video Card for $471 with free shipping (normally $490 - use coupon code: [EMCPGHE99]). You don't need a trommel to mine virtual coins with this card, nor is a steady supply of diesel fuel required.
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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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Remember Larry, the guy with the crusty old PC? Well, we're determined to get this fictitious character up to speed with a new system, one piece at a time. Yesterday he picked out an affordable processor, and today he's going to be even more stoked by the top deal -- its' for an Antec Three Hundred Mid Tower Case for $35 with free shipping (normally $55 - use coupon coude: [EMCPGWF36]). That's a pittance to pay for a name brand chassis. This one has a bottom-mounted 2.5-inch drive bay, six 3.5-inch drive bays, three 5.25-inch bays, a washable air filter, CPU cutout, and several other amenities.
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