Trying to score a case that offers plenty of cooling potential, flashy looks, high-end hardware support, and a cheap price tag? That's like having your cake and eating it too, and if you ask us, there's nothing wrong with that. Hence today's top deal for an Extreme Division GS-6070 II Abaddom Black SECC ATX mid-tower computer case for $45 with free free shipping (normally $75 - use coupon code AFNJ2246). It has all the features of a high-end chassis at a fraction of the price.
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Notebook vendors seem to be getting skimpy with RAM these days, and worse yet, they sometimes charge outrageous premiums for capacity upgrades. Take matters into your own hands with today's top deal for 16GB G.Skill DDR3-1333 SO-DIMM laptop memory for $92 with free shipping (normally $115 - use coupon code EMCXNL45). This dual-channel kit is rated at 9-9-9-24 @ 1.5V.
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Gaming with an ordinary mouse is like trying to win a race through rugged terrain wearing slippers. In both cases, the odds are stacked decidedly against you. Don't be that slipper guy (or gal) and instead check out today's top deal for a Genius GX-Gaming Gila Black 12 Button USB Wired 8200 DPI MMO/RTS mouse for $60 with free shipping (normally $100 - use coupon code GENIUS40). It offers instant DPI adjustment and features 32KB of built-in memory to store your custom settings.
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Looking for a place to store all those RAW vacation photos and videos that you keep meaning to edit? You'll get around to sorting through them all someday, but in the meantime, give your primary storage some breathing room by offloading files to an external hard drive. We'll make easy by pointing you to our today's top deal for a WD Elements 2TB Desktop External HDD for $80 with free shipping (normally $140 - use coupon code EMCXPVM52). Preformatted and plug-and-play capable means you need only plug it into a free USB port and you're good to go.
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Memory maker G.Skill is laying claim to the "world's fastest RAM" after an overclocker goosed the company's TridentX Extreme Performance memory kit to 1,950MHz (3,900MHz effective). Whether you want to qualify that as the world's fastest RAM is up to you (and clearly G.Skill does), but it is a new memory frequency world record, so there are some well deserved bragging rights to go around.
With Intel having finally and officially launched its much anticipated Ivy Bridge platform yesterday, the floodgates have been opened for a new generation of parts and accessories designed to play nice with the Santa Clara chip maker's 3rd generation Core processors. One of those companies is G.Skill, makers of high performance system memory like the new TridentX DDR3 series.
If you've already laid out the dough for a Sandy Bridge-E proc and an X79 motherboard, there's no point skimping on the RAM. Lots of memory is, without a doubt, a good thing; lots of speedy memory is a very good thing. G.Skill's Ripjaws line of high performance RAM has a long history of pushing DDR3 to its limits, and the company continued the proud tradition at the CeBIT exhibition in Germany, where G.Skill showed off what it calls "the fastest quad channel memory" around.
Throwing caution to the wind and dousing his AMD processor and G.Skill Extreme RipjawsZ memory kit in liquid nitrogen, Christian Ney, the well-regarded Swiss overclocker, set a new memory frequency record as recognized by HWBot's Professional Overclockers League. The record for DDR3 memory now stands at 3,736MHz, the highest frequency every achieved, besting the previous record of 3,600MHz.
Oversized air coolers are quickly becoming the norm, and that's great for keeping your CPU chilled to its cores. What's not so snazzy is the footprint that accompany these monstrosities, and in some cases, they can physically interfere with your RAM. It's part of the reason why there are low profile DDR3 memory kits, such as the new Ares series from G.Skill that's available in frequencies up to 2133MHz.
You know that guy who just plunked down a paycheck on a 32GB memory kit and struts around the online block like a peacock with his feathers stretched out? Neither do we, but if there is such a guy, you can take away his forum bragging rights with G.Skill's 'Over-the-Top, Holy Hell This Kit is Freaking Massive' 64GB DDR3-2400 quad-channel memory package. Actually, it's part of G.Skill's RipjawsZ line, but we take no issue if the company wants to use our moniker instead.