Back in the days of mythology, Zeus ruled the world with a mighty fist, and it didn't hurt that he could wield lightning at will. Well guess what? So can you, and without the fear electrocuting yourself! Just take advantage of today's top deal for an MSI N780 Lightning GeForce GTX 780 graphics card for $530 with free shipping (normally $550; additional $30 mail-in-rebate; Free 3 games with purchase). Strike your opponents down with a shockingly fast card and add to your games collection in one fell swoop!
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The death of the full tower has been greatly exaggerated, and the same is true of desktop PCs. So you want to build killer gaming rig in a chassis that looks like it snacks on NUCs? No problem! You can get started by checking out today's top deal for a DIYPC Adventurer 9601G Black Steel Full Tower Gaming Case for $75 with free shipping (normally $130; additional $15 mail-in-rebate). Measuring 20 inches by 8 inches by 19 inches, there's plenty of room for your components. It comes with 5 pre-installed fans and has room for two more, plus an integrated three-channel fan speed controller.
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Scores of eager Litecoin miners are gobbling up all the available AMD Radeon R9 Series graphics cards in hopes of generating a mountain of virtual currency, but don't worry, if it's a high-end graphics card for actual gaming you're after, there are plenty out there. One is the topic of today's top deal -- an MSI Gaming N780 TF 3GD5/OC GeForce GTX 780 for $490 with free shipping (normally $520; additional $20 mail-in-rebate). Using the included app, you can switch between three modes: OC, Gaming, and Silent.
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If you're reading this from a high-end PC built with speedy parts sporting fancy features, thank a gamer (heck, you probably are a gamer). The PC gaming community is partially responsible for motivating component makers to push out increasingly powerful and feature-rich products -- you don't need DDR3-3000 support to run Microsoft Office, after all. The downside to this is that manufacturers often place a premium on products designed for gamers. That's why you should check out today's top deal for an MSI Z87-GD65 Gaming Motherboard for $168 with free shipping (normally $188; additional $15 mail-in-rebate). It's marked down in price but loaded up with features like high-frequency RAM support, Killer E2200 game networking, high-end components, and the list goes on. Plus, it looks snazzy to boot.
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Haswell has a tendency to dominate the headlines, but Intel isn't the only way to go, especially if you're looking to build a system on the cheap. Need proof? Check out today's top deal for an AMD A10-5800K Trinity Quad-Core Desktop APU for $110 with free shipping (normally $130; use coupon code: [EMCWVWX53]). This chip comes clocked at 3.8GHz (4.2GHz Turbo), as integrated Radeon HD 7660D graphics, a 4MB of L2 cache.
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Building your NAS (Network Attached Storage) box isn't as difficult as you might thing. It's basically like building a regular PC -- see our How-To guide from a few years back -- but if you're still weary, there are a number of pre-built NAS boxes in the wild. Whether your build or buy pre-built, what you stuff your NAS box with is up to you. One options that's definitely worth consideration is today's top deal, a Western Digital Red 4TB Internal NAS Hard Drive for $180 with free shipping (normally $220; use coupon code: [EMCWVWX49]). This drive spins at 7200 RPM, has 64MB of cache, special firmware designed for NAS applicatoins, and other NAS friendly features, including a longer warranty period (3 years).
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Remember thinking that a 56K modem was fast? The Internet has grown up since then, and so has our home networking needs. Instead of plaything LAN Frisbee with MP3 files, today we toss around gigabytes of data and stream high definition movies from room to room. The good news is you don't have to rob you children of their college funds to keep up with the times. Upgrading to 802.11ac on the cheap is as easy as taking advantage of today's top deal for a D-Link DIR-850L Wireless AC1200 Dual Band Gigabit Cloud Router for $70 with free shipping (normally $130; use coupon code: [EMCWVXP57]). This router serves speeds of up to 300Mbps on the 2.4GHz band and up to 867Mbps on the 5GHz band, has a cloud management feature, and is backwards compatible so you can still surf the net while shopping a wireless AC adapter.
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You had the foresight to pick out a case with a side window so you could show off your parts and epic cable management skills, now you need components worth gawking at. A solid foundation that's both sexy and well equipped is featured as today's top deal -- Gigabyte G1.Sniper Z87 motherboard for $160 with free shipping (normally $190; use coupon code: [EMCWVXR34]). This is a high-end board decked out with gold plated audio hardware, Killer E2200 networking, and a host of other features.
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If you're new to the DIY PC scene, congratulations, you got to skip right over the era of expensive parts. Need an example? In 2006, the going rate for 1GB kit (2x512MB) of performance DDR2-1066 RAM was around $250. Egads, right? This hobby is much more accessible now, as evidenced by today's top deal for an 8GB kit (2x4GB) of G.Skill Ripjaws DDR3-1600 for $50 with free shipping (normally $75). At that rate, you might as well pick up two kits. These modules come timed at 9-9-9-24 and sport custom heatspreaders.
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Have you heard the story about Forgetful Fred? The poor sap married Ingrid the Impatient, a terrible match for his forgetfulness. They were both computer enthusiasts, so when Black Friday and Cyber Monday came around, they went into a clicking frenzy and stocked up on parts left and right. When the parts arrived, Fred realized he had forgotten to order a power supply, and being the impatient type, Ingrid encouraged him to use a generic PSU they had lying around in the basement. "Hey, this thing's light as a feather!," Fred bragged. Had he done his research (or remembered what happened the last time he chose a cheap PSU), he would have known that weight is sometimes an indication of quality, and lighter PSUs tend to be junk. "Just install it already," Ingrid demanded. Fred did as she said and together they pieced the rest of the system. As Fred went to flip a coin to see who would have the honor of turning it on, Ingrid the Impatient flipped the switch and to both their horror, there was a loud pop followed by a billow of smoke. Not only the did the PSU go belly up, so did the motherboard and CPU. Don't follow in Fred or Ingrid footsteps. The PSU is every bit as important as any other component, and if you're looking for a good one, check out today's top deal for an Antec TruePower Classic Series 750W Power Supply for $90 with free shipping (normally $140; additional $30 mail-in-rebate). Antec's PSU is 80 Plus Gold certified, and lest something does go wrong, it's backed by a 5-year warranty.
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