It's everyone's dream to one day climb inside a mech and pound your opponents into a hunk of scrap metal, right? If you agree, you're going to dig today's top deal -- it's for Titanfall for PC (Pre-Order) for $60 (Free Newegg $10 Gift Card with purchase). Titanfall is scheduled to release on March 11, 2014 in the U.S., at which point you'll be able to climb inside a Titan to kick some metal butt, or run around on foot as an agile player-pilot.
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Perhaps by this time next year, systems running DDR4 memory will be commonplace. Until then, DDR3 is still where it's at, and if you're in need of an upgrade, there's no sense in waiting -- prices are likely to go up this year. Luckily there are still some good buys out there, such as today's top deal for a Crucial Ballistix Sport XT 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600 Desktop Memory for $68 with free shipping (normally $85 -- use coupon code: [EMCPHPF32]). This kit features aggressive looking heatsinks, XMP profiles for easy setup, and a CAS latency of 9.
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When lifting heavy objects, it's important to bend at the knees with your feet shoulder with apart and lift with your legs. Keep your back straight and tighten your stomach muscles, too. This advice will prove valuable when your rid yourself of that color stained CRT monitor that you've been clinging to since before multi-core processors became the norm. You deserve a better monitor, and if you don't want to spend a fortune on a flat panel display, then have a look at today's top deal for a Dell E2414H 24-inch LCD for $145 with free shipping (normally $160 -- use coupon code: [EMCPWGP58]). This is a Full HD 1080 (1920x1080) monitor with a 5ms response time, 250 cd/m2 brightness, and D-Sub and DVI-D connectivity.
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It's the wild west out there and if you're looking to wield a six shooter without spending a pile a gold, the weapon makers in Sunnyvale have some solutions. One of them sits in the spotlight as today's top deal -- it's an AMD FX-6300 Vishera 3.5GHz Six-Core Desktop CPU for $110 with free shipping (normally $120 -- use coupon code: [EMCPWHB22]). This 32nm part features AMD's Piledriver architecture and is equipped with 8MB of L2 cache. It's also unlocked, in case you're into overclocking.
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It's a sad day when you run out of space on your laptop. Do you stop installing new programs or go through your files like the digital grim reaper and send seldom viewed photos to the recycle bin? If you don't want to make that decision, you can always fill that secondary drive bay with a capacious HDD like the one featured in today's top deal. It's for a Western Digital Black Series 750GB 2.5-inch Internal Notebook Hard Drive for $65 with free shipping (normally $80 -- use coupon code: [EMCPWHW24]). This drives features a 7200 RPM spindle speed, 16MB cache, SATA 6Gbps interface, and a 5-year limited warranty.
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Ranking the most and least reliable hard drive brands
Cloud backup firm BackBlaze has posted some interesting data over the course of the past couple of months, including one in which the company talked about estimating the life expectancy of hard drives. Turns out such a task is tricky business even for a firm that keeps over 25,000 HDDs spinning at all times. BackBlaze also posted data suggesting that enterprise drives might actually be less reliable than consumer HDDs, but neither study really answered the question the company is most frequently asked -- which drive should a consumer buy? If failure rate is the only concern, BackBlaze says Hitachi is the most reliable HDD brand around.
The DRAM market is a pretty volatile so you might as get while the getting is good. Take for instance today's top deal for a kit of G.Skill Sniper Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1866 Desktop Memory for $149 with free shipping (normally $165 -- use coupon code: [EMCPWWC46]). It's a fast frequency kit with tight timings (9-10-9-28) and plenty of capacity to handle a high-end system. If you're really heavy into content creation and/or other tasks that consume RAM like a pack of cats at a catnip buffet, pick up two kits for a total of 32GB!
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Intel may have the overall lead in performance, but if you want to stick with AMD and build a badass system, you certainly have options. It starts with a rocking foundation, such as the object of today's top deal -- an Asus Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard for $175 with free shipping (normally $185). It's loaded with modern amenities such as USB 3.0 support, SATA 6Gbps ports, quad-GPU support, and the list goes on. It's also backed by a generous 5-year warranty from Asus.
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Do you feel the need, the need for speed? Sure you do, and if 1980s movies taught you anything, it's that you shouldn't wait too long to pull the trigger, lest things quickly spiral out of control, Goose dies, and you end up divorcing Mimi Rogers, Nicole Kidman, and Katie Holmes. Wait, what? We might have veered off course here a bit. Getting back on track, to satiate your need for speed, have a look at today's top deal for a Samsung 840 Pro Series 256GB Solid State Drive for $195 with shipping for $1 (normally $200 -- use coupon code: [EMCYTZT5439]). This is one of the fastest 2.5-inch SATA 6Gbps SSDs available with rated sustainted sequential read and write speeds of up to 540MB/s and 520Mb/s, respectively.
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Given our druthers, we'd all have three 4K monitors strung together to a monster PC capable of gaming at 12K. Just thinking about it gets us all hot and bothered. Reality is the ultimate buzzkill, which in this case is the cost of such a setup. So, if you've come to the conclusion that you're not destined for 4K (or 12K) at this time and simply want an affordable Full HD 1080p monitor with an IPS panel, then check out today's top deal. It's for an HP Pavilion 27xi 27-inch IPS Monitor for $234 with free shipping (normally 260 -- use coupon code: [HPTNPCTJN2014]). It has a high-quality IPS panel, 10,000,000:1 contrast ratio, and three connectivity options (D-Sub, DVI, and HDMI).
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