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Deals Dec 20: EVGA GTX 680 SC w/2 Games $429.99

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EVGA GeForce GTX 680 SC Signature 2GB Video Card w/two PC Games for $429.99 with free shipping at TigerDirect (normally $469.99 - use $20 mail-in rebate form).

 

Ending tonight! D-Link DIR-632 Wireless N300 8-Port Router w/USB SharePort for $34.99 with free shipping at TigerDirect (normally $99.99).

 

Alienware X51 Core i5 mini Gaming PC w/ GeForce GT 640, 8GB RAM, 2TB HDD & $100 Gift Card for $799 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $899 - use coupon code).

 

27" Dell U2711 UltraSharp 2560 x 1440 LCD Monitor w/3-year Advanced Exchange Warranty for $649 with free shipping at Dell (normally $999).

Laptops:

15.6" Dell Inspiron 15R 3rd Gen Core i5 Dual-core Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive & Windows 8 for $549.99 with free shipping at Dell Home (normally $649.99 - use coupon code).

15.6" Lenovo IdeaPad U510 Core i7 Laptop w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive + 24GB SSD for $799 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $1,149 - use coupon code SEASONSAVINGS ).

14" HP ENVY dv4t-5200 Core i5-3210M 2.5GHz Ivy Bridge Laptop for $514.99 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $614.99 - use coupon code NB7453 ).

Desktops:

HP ENVY h8-1440t Core i7-3820 3.6GHz Quad-core Desktop w/10GB RAM, 2TB HDD, Radeon HD 7570, Beats Audio, Wireless-N & Windows 8 for $749.99 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $999.99 - use 25% coupon code DT1261 ).

Dell Vostro 470 Core i7 Quad-Core Desktop w/ 8GB RAM, 1TB HDD, Radeon HD 7570 graphics for $699 with free shipping at Dell Small Office (normally $899 - use coupon code).

Lenovo H520s Compact Core i7 Quad-core SFF Desktop w/8GB RAM, 2TB Hard Drive, 2GB GeForce GT 630, Blu-ray & Windows 8 for $729 with free shipping at Lenovo Direct (normally $999 - use coupon code SEASONSAVINGS ).

27" HP Omni 27-1210xt Core i5 Quad-core All-in-one PC w/8GB RAM, 1TB Hard Drive, HDMI Input & Wireless Keyboard + Mouse for $937.49 with free shipping at HP Direct (normally $1,249.99 - use 25% coupon code DT1261 ).

Computing Hardware & Peripherals:

2TB Western Digital My Passport USB 3.0 Portable Hard Drive for $139 with free shipping at B&H (normally $179).

ASUS RT-N65U Dual-Band Wireless-N750 4-Port Gigabit Router for $94.99 with free shipping at TigerDirect (normally $129.99 - use coupon code QWO79666 ).

26" Hanns-G HL269DPB 5ms Full HD LED-backlit LCD Monitor for $179.99 with free shipping at TigerDirect (normally $279.99).

Gaming:

Darksiders II Franchise Pack (PC) for $13.19 at Amazon (normally $19).

Xbox 360 4GB Kinect Holiday Bundle w/ Disneyland Adventures & Kinect Adventures for $249.99 with free shipping at Best Buy (normally $299.99).

Home Entertainment:

60" LG 60PA6500 1080p Plasma HDTV for $909.99 with free shipping at Dell (normally $1,099).

50" Insignia NS-50L240A13 1080p LCD HDTV for $499.99 with free shipping at Best Buy (normally $599.99).

Roku HD Wireless Media Player for $49.99 with free shipping at Amazon (normally $59.99).

Movies:

Monty Python's Flying Circus 16 Ton Megaset for $29.99 with free shipping at Amazon (normally $49.99).

Phones & Tablets:

Samsung Galaxy Note II 5.6" Smartphone [w/new 2-year Sprint contract] for $99.99 with free shipping at Amazon (normally $199.99).

Ends soon! 7" Lenovo IdeaPad A1107 16GB Android 4.0 Tablet (Pink) for $129 with free shipping (normally $199).

Personal Portables and Cameras:

Canon PowerShot SX260 HS 12MP Digital Camera for $199.99 with free shipping at Sears (normally $229).

Samsung ST76 16MP Compact 5x Optical Zoom Digital Camera for $59.99 with free shipping at Best Buy (normally 79.99).

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Free 4-Week Trial plus $5 Free Postage, USB Digital Scale, Supplies Kit at Stamps.com.

Free $10 Restaurant.com eGift Cards for friends and family.

Realspace Harrington Burgundy Leather Chair for $104.99 with free shipping at OfficeDepot (normally $209.99 - use coupon code 638416446 ).

Philippe Starck PH1119 Women's Digital Watch for $39 with free shipping at Ashford (normally $72 - use coupon code BENSDIGITAL39 ).

 

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    azathoth , December 20, 2012 4:36 PM
    I can not stand EVGA's choice for cooling on their cards.
    A single small fan. It create a significant amount of noise, and does not cool very well at all. Before I replaced my GTX 480's cooler (exact same design) it sounded like a 747 engine taking off.

    For the exact same price, you can get the GIGABYTE card, that has three large fans. Runs cooler and with much less noise. (Still includes those two games)

    http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16814125442
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    deathengine , December 20, 2012 4:44 PM
    There is nothing wrong with the reference gtx 680 fan design. And it pushes hot air OUT of the case. So for some folks , like me, it works perfectly.
    I have 2 in SLI and they are barely audible most of the time. Not nearly as bad as the reference 480. And lets face it, the 480 ran 90C most of the time.
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    dgingeri , December 20, 2012 6:53 PM
    There is something really wrong with the HP memory configs on the h8-1440. a i7-3820 with 10GB of memory in 3 DIMMs?? How the heck...? 2 4s and 1 2?? Does it even run like that? That has got to be the weirdest config I've ever seen.

    Wow, whoever decides on HPs hardware configs is really disconnected from reality. That really screws up performance. All of them are like this to a certain extent, but HP is by far the worst.
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    thety6on , December 20, 2012 8:06 PM
    I'm with deathengine. The Gigabyte card blows hot air straight into the case and unless you have great ventilation, you'll be pretty much recycling the same old hot air for all of your components. Also the 680 has a new vapor chamber design which has supposedly worked out very well.
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    Anonymous , December 20, 2012 9:47 PM
    GTX 680 4gb for my 2560 x 1600 display or nothing. 2gb is for pansys.
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    10tacle , December 21, 2012 12:31 AM
    AzathothI can not stand EVGA's choice for cooling on their cards. A single small fan. It create a significant amount of noise, and does not cool very well at all.[...] 6814125442


    I chose the card to blow the hot air OUT of my case. It runs very cool, even in summer, so I'm not sure what your gripe is about. Clearly you have not owned one of these cards with this design (my first was a GTX 275). If you want a hairdryer blowing in your air-cooled case, then by all means get that cool looking Gigabyte card!