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Deals for June 9: GeForce GTX 260 For $140.99

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eVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 16 896MB Video Card for $140.99 with free shipping (normally $229 - use 30% coupon code).

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eVGA GeForce GTX 260 Core 16 896MB Video Card for $140.99 with free shipping (normally $229 - use 30% coupon code).

Microsoft Arc wireless Laser Mouse for $19.99 with shipping (normally $39 - use coupon code).

Microsoft Office 2010 Professional for $459.99 with $1.99 shipping (normally $499.99).

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Herman Miller Embody Chair for $934.15 with free shipping (normally $1,099).

Herman Miller Aeron Chair for $534.65 with free shipping (normally $629).

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Lenovo Ideacentre D400 2TB 1.6Ghz Atom Home Server for $319 with free shipping (normally $599 - use coupon code).

HP OfficeJet 8000 Wireless Printer for $104.99 with free shipping (normally $179 - use coupon code).

Gaming

PS3 Slim 120GB Entertainment Value Bundle + 1 Game + 3 Blu-ray movies for $369 with free shipping (normally $439).

PS3 Slim 250GB Father's Day Bundle + inFAMOUS + LittleBigPLanet for $349.99 with free shipping.

XBOX 360 Elite 250GB Splinter Cell Conviction Bundle for $324.99 with free shipping (normally $399.99).

XBOX 360 Elite 120GB Spring 2010 Bundle + 2 Games (Forza 3 & Halo 3 ODST) for $269 with free shipping (normally $299).

XBOX 360 Arcade 2010 Spring Bundle + 2 games for $169.99 with free shipping (normally $199).

Wii Summer 2010 Bundle (black) + Wii Sports Resort, MotionPlus for $179.99 with free shipping (normally $199).

Nintendo Dsi for $129.99 with free shipping (normally $169).

Home Entertainment

65" Mitsubishi WD-65C9 1080p, 120Hz 3D-Ready DLP HDTV for $949 with free shipping (normally $1,113).

55" LG 55LH90 240Hz, 1080p LED THX Certified HDTV for $1,699.99 with free shipping (normally $1,849.99).

LG BD590 250GB HD Wi-Fi Blu-ray Player for $297 with free shipping (normally $333).

Yamaha YSP-3050 Digital Sound Projector for $529.99 with free shipping (normally $699).

Personal Portables and Cameras

Logitech diNovo Mini Keyboard for $83.99 with free shipping (normally $120 - use coupon code).

Apps

Transformers G1: Awakening (iPhone) App for $2.99 (normally $4.99).

Peg Solitaire Deluxe (iPhone/iPad) App for $0 (normally $1.99).

Beast Flyeres! (iPhone/iPad) App for $0 (normally $1.99).

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Simon: Classic Game (iPhone/iPad) App for $0.

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    shadow187 , June 9, 2010 11:17 PM
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    Pyroflea , June 9, 2010 11:25 PM
    shadow187GTX260 for $140, Super-overclockable super-cool HD5770 for $140...reference HD5770 for $130...


    The GTX260 and the 5770 have on-par performance, and the GTX will overclock just fine...
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    jednx01 , June 9, 2010 11:30 PM
    Well no wonder it's so cheap. It only has 16 cores. lol
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    joytech22 , June 9, 2010 11:52 PM
    Awesome, the gtx260 is almost as cheap as a brand new game! (if you compare to ripoff game stores)
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    ubernoobie , June 10, 2010 12:02 AM
    I got my gtx260 for 130 at a sale
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    mlopinto2k1 , June 10, 2010 12:17 AM
    Subbana-vich. I bought my O/C'd GTX 260 with 896MB of ram for $299. :o 
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    borisof007 , June 10, 2010 12:19 AM
    That's 216, it's a typo in the article.
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    Anonymous , June 10, 2010 12:22 AM
    Unfortunately, I believe the GTX 260 deal was expired by the time this news article was posted...btw, my eyes just about busted from my skull when i saw that $89 off deal!
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    edilee , June 10, 2010 12:32 AM
    Nomar5Unfortunately, I believe the GTX 260 deal was expired by the time this news article was posted...btw, my eyes just about busted from my skull when i saw that $89 off deal!

    Yeah it expired June 5th if you look closely...nice joke Tom's and it actually takes you to Dell's website to place the order if you click "get deal"...odd. This ad looks just as scammish as most of the PC related listings on Ebay...got to watch yourself there also...if you don't know your stuff you will get pwned in the wallet.
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    builderbobftw , June 10, 2010 12:52 AM
    Yeh the GTX 260, That cool DX 11 part that outprefroms the 140$ 5770 by a wide margin, while providing less heat, less power, and DX 11.

    /Sarcasm
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    one-shot , June 10, 2010 1:12 AM
    I already have 2 GTX 260 C216s. My PSU can't handle another or electric bill.
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    Ramar , June 10, 2010 3:16 AM
    Also, cards with the power of a 5770/260 should be at the 100 dollar range by this point [again, following the chart I made up based on "best graphics card for the money" articles and my own newegg cart.]
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    Anonymous , June 10, 2010 4:34 AM
    edileeYeah it expired June 5th if you look closely...nice joke Tom's and it actually takes you to Dell's website to place the order if you click "get deal"...odd. This ad looks just as scammish as most of the PC related listings on Ebay...got to watch yourself there also...if you don't know your stuff you will get pwned in the wallet.


    Tom's Hardware late? Really?
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    anamaniac , June 10, 2010 5:12 AM
    Actually, that's awesome.
    5770 to pump out my triple monitor goodness, and the GTX 260 for PhysX.
    Too bad I stopped spending on my rig...
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    dEAne , June 10, 2010 7:39 AM
    Oh no not again. But I already have my video card.
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    tacoslave , June 10, 2010 8:09 AM
    1337_b0iTom's Hardware late? Really?

    No way they are never late. /sarcasm/
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    desolationjones , June 10, 2010 9:28 AM
    A few lucky people were able to get a GTX 480 for $365 using the same coupon code.
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    falchard , June 10, 2010 11:04 AM
    How is that lucky? They bought a GTX480 and are in for a big surprise. I guess if they live in a cold environment, they got a double bonus in a video card and a space heater.
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    idisarmu , June 10, 2010 11:18 AM
    falchardHow is that lucky? They bought a GTX480 and are in for a big surprise. I guess if they live in a cold environment, they got a double bonus in a video card and a space heater.


    In my situation, I would LOVE to have a computer that pumped out lots of heat. In the winter it would probably raise the temperature by one or two Celsius, enough to make it comfortable in the room. Sometimes I still feel cold.
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    idisarmu , June 10, 2010 11:18 AM
    joytech22Awesome, the gtx260 is almost as cheap as a brand new game! (if you compare to ripoff game stores)


    Not really. Even Call Of Duty is "only" $90-100 if you factor in DLCs. Now I don't condone these high prices, and would MUCH prefer it if DLCs were actually a decent value @ $5 and more maps/features and games themselves stuck around $50 instead of jumping to $60.
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