Quick, what's the first thing you think of when you hear "EVGA?" Most people would probably say graphics cards, followed by power supplies (or vice versa). Motherboards would have also been an acceptable answer, as would have Shield. But gaming mice? That's the type of last place answer that goes unanswered on Family Feud, yet it also represents EVGA's newest products. Specifically, EVGA just announced two new Torq series rodents, the X5 and X3, both designed from scratch for "hardcore gamers."
Looking for a power supply that can handle your monster build with juice to spare? Well, EVGA's new SuperNova 1600 T2 PSU is a good start. Rated at 1600W, EVGA's new PSU also boasts 80 Plus Titanium certification for 94 percent efficiency. It's also the highest 80 Plus certification available, the others being Platinum (92 percent), Gold (90 percent), Silver (88 percent), Bronze (85 percent), and simply Plus (80 percent), all of which represent efficiency at 50 percent load levels.
Getting two graphics processing units (GPUs) on one video card is a time-honored tradition for enthusiast rigs. With this generation, AMD has gone with an integrated closed-loop liquid cooler (CLC) to keep its two R9 290X GPUs from getting crispy. Nvidia’s dual-GPU card has yet to make an entrance, but two 780 Ti’s linked together with SLI have roughly the same performance and price. If you’re prepared to spend about $1,500, these two options are natural competitors.
Today's systems are trending towards compact form factors that you can shove in your living room's home theater A/V rack, and hey, we're all for encroaching what had traditionaly been the console's territory. But let's not forget you can still build a monster system in a monster sized case, and we're all for that as well. To prove it, check out today's top deal for a CM STorm Stryker White Full Tower Gaming Computer Case for $135 with free shipping (normally $155 - use coupon code: [EMCPAPF43; additional $15 mail-in-rebate). It's a massive chassis, but it also sports a handle for easy transport.
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Hoping to build a small form factor (SFF) system around Intel's upcoming Haswell-E and X99 chipset launches? That seems to be the trendy thing these days, and you can bet motherboard vendors will step to the plate with smaller size motherboard options. These won't be chintzy slabs, either. EVGA posted a picture to Instagram showing off a small board built around the X99 chipset.
Have you ever tried gaming on a graphics card that's way past its prime? You might as well give yourself a wedgie, which would be more fun than watching the on-screen action unfold in slow, stuttered fashion. Of course, if you get caught giving yourself a wedgie, you'll have some uncomfortable explaining to do, so go ahead and scrap that idea. A better option is to dive into today's top deal for an EVGA GeForce GTX 780 Classified Graphics Card w/ EVGA ACX Cooler for $509 with free shipping (normaly $567 - use coupon code: [EMCPBWH242]; additional $30 mail-in-rebate). The GTX 780 is on the top end of the spectrum, and this model comes factory overclocked from 863MHz/900MHz (base/boost) to 993MHz/1046MHz. Act fast and you can claim Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel for free from Nvidia (add it to your cart as a combo deal).
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It's said the eyes are the windows to your soul. Computers don't have eyes, but they do have monitors, which are the eyes to their souls, or at least to what you're trying to manipulate them to do. Since you'll be gazing into your PC's monitor every time you use it, why short change yourself on a crappy panel? There are better options, including today's top deal for a Dell S2340M 23-inch LCD Monitor for $120 with free shipping (normally $160 - use coupon code: [EMCPBWH22]). It has an In-Plane Switching (IPS) panel, Full HD 1080p resolution, and is virtually borderless.
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EVGA this week added the GeForce GT 720 with passive cooling to its graphics card lineup. Compared to integrated graphics, Nvidia says you can expect up to 2x faster web browsing, 5x faster video editing, and 8x faster photo editing. And when it comes time to game, the jump in performance can be up to 70 percent faster, all while taking up just a single slot in your PC, Nvidia says.
Running out of room in your computer case for yet another hard drive? Perhaps consolidating your older, smaller HDDs is the answer you're looking for. In order to do that, you'll need a capacious HDD to hold all that data. It just so happens that today's top deal is for a Seagate 6TB 3.5-inch Internal HDD for $280 with free shipping (normally $300 - use coupon code: [EMCPBPE99]). In addition to lots of storage space, this 7200 RPM drive also boats 128MB cache.
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Summer might be winding down, but that doesn't mean it's game over for gamers. The past few months has seen some big titles get released, and the fun will continue through the back-to-school shopping season and beyond, starting with the impending release of Grand Theft Auto V for PC. Are you prepared to play everything that's coming out? If not, check out today's top deal for an EVGA Superclocked GeForce GTX 760 Graphics Card for $230 with free shipping (normally $240; additional $10 mail-in-rebate). This card is factor overclocked from stock to 1072MHz (core) an 1137MHz (boost). It also features 2GB of GDDR5 memory on a 256-bit bus running at 6,008MHz (effective). EVGA's custom ACX cooler keeps the card nice and cool, allowing for 15 percent lower GPU temps, 7 percent lower mosfet temps, and 15 percent lower memory temps.
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