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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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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Depending on where you live in the world, a peek outside the living room window might reveal a yard full of snow. It's a pretty sight, albeit freaking cold if you venture out into it. Nevertheless, you can bring some of that outside beauty inside your home without freezing you backside off or tracking in a bunch of melted snow and slush. In keeping with the winter theme, today's top deal is for a Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow Edition Mid-Tower Case for $60 with free shipping (normally $110; additional $20 mail-in-rebate).
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Finding middle ground between Full HD and 4K gaming
MSI today announced what it claims is the world's first 3K gaming notebook, which hits the market just in time to be added onto your holiday wishlist. The GT60 2OD-261US is a 15.6-inch laptop with a WQHD+ display (2880x1620) that kicks things up a notch over Full HD 1080p without going all the way up to 4K, which would be both more expensive and far more demanding on the hardware.
Just before the holiday weekend in November, MSI posted to its Facebook account a teaser shot showing off a pair of mini ITX gaming products. One was a graphics card and the other a motherboard, but beyond what you could make out in the picture, mum was the word from MSI at the time. Well, MSI is now ready to reveal the full monty. Those of you who guessed the graphics card was a mini ITXGeForce GTX 760, you're awarded 760 geek cred points.
MSI is using Facebook correctly. While Facebook feeds have a tendency to be cluttered with pictures of food and political rants, MSI posted a photo of two unreleased mini ITX gaming products. One is a mini ITX motherboard and the other is a pint-sized graphics card. Both sport a red and black color scheme along with MSI's familiar dragon logo, plus some clues to the feature-sets.
Ready to pull the plug on your ancient PC and start a new build using modern parts? You've picked a great time to do it. Don't worry if you're stuck on a strict budget, you can piece together a fast and capable system for not a lot of scratch. One path you can take starts with today's top deal for an Intel Core i3 3240 Dual-Core Processor for $107 with free shipping (normally $120 - use coupon code [EMCWWWR24]). This 22nm chip sports Intel's Ivy Bridge architecture, along with 3MB of L3 cache, Intel HD Graphics 2500, and a 3.4GHz core clockspeed.
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"They used to laugh at my tinfoil hat and my 'wild' conspiracy theories. But that was before Eric Snowden blew the whistle on the NSA's PRISM antics. Now we know, Big brother IS watching, and you won't catch me uploading senstive data to the so-called cloud. Time to stock up on hard drives. You feel me? If so, check out today's top deal for a Seagate Desktop 4TB 3.5-inch Internal Hard Drive for $153 with free shipping (normally $180 - use coupon code EMCWWWV22). It has 64MB of cache, a SATA 6Gbps interface, and free DiskWizard software to enable capacities above 2TB on legacy PC BIOS and Windows XP systems. Also, no satellite tracking chips -- I've taken one of these apart."
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What do you get when you combine a gripping narrative with fantastic animations and satisfying shooting? You get the topic of today's top deal -- Max Payne 3 [Online Game Code] for $6 with free shipping (normally $20). Max is as much a troubled soul as he was when we first met him, only this time he finds himself in Brazil with an advanced new Bullet Time and Shootdodge effects to play with. We reviewed Max Payne 3 when it came out and liked it for the most part -- it's easily worth a mere $6. If you're not digging it though, hit the link anyway for up to 76 percent off other Rockstar titles.
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