Massive Price Drop — RX 6800 XT Now Only $467: Real Deals

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If only there wasn't a pandemic and a crypto-boom, prices might have been normal, but alas it's 2023 and GPUs are finally getting more realistic prices albeit a generation later. If you use code AFFIRMGPU over at Newegg, you can grab 10% off of a new ASRock RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming OC graphics card and pick one up for $467. One of the last generation's most powerful GPUs from AMD, this card is still very capable of high-end gaming performance and also packs 16GBs of precious VRAM.

Know where your enemies are with the Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless gaming headset for just $99, and listen out for the enemy's footsteps, or pinpoint your assailant's location by tracking where their gunfire hailed from. This wireless headset sports a good battery life and large 50mm drivers

Another Razer deal in today's lineup sees the Razer Basilisk Ultimate on sale for $74. This wireless mouse received our Editor's Choice award for its performance and accurate sensor, plus impressive battery life. In our review of the Razer Basilisk Ultimate, our main criticism of the Basilisk was the price tag, but, thanks to this deal the Razer Basilisk Ultimate becomes a much more attractive proposition. 

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ASRock RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming OC: now $467 at Newegg (AFFIRMGPU

ASRock RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming OC: now $467 at Newegg (was $579)
This card has 16GB of GDDR6 RAM and it comes with a free game bundle. It's 90% of the performance of the 6950 XT at 87% of the cost. Use code AFFIRMGPU for a 10% discount.

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless Headset: now $99 at Amazon

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro Wireless Headset: now $99 at Amazon (was $179)
The Razer BlackShark V2 Pro wireless headset usually costs around $179 but is discounted today to $99. It has 50mm, high-end sound drivers, with a frequency response range of 12 Hz up to 28,000 Hz. According to Razer, the battery can last up to 24 hours. 

Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Mouse: now $74 at Best Buy

Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless Mouse: now $74 at Best Buy (was $169)
The Razer Basilisk Ultimate Wireless is an optical mouse that comes complete with a charging dock. With a 20K DPI sensor and RGB lighting, this right-handed mouse is good for gaming and productivity work.  

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2TB Solidigm P41 Plus PCIe 4.0 SSD: now $74 at Newegg (was $169)
With sequential read/write speeds of 4125/3325 MBps, this 2TB drive is great value and performance in one small package.  We reviewed the P41 Plus and found it a modest SSD, but at this price, it's a good choice for a second storage or games library drive. Use code SSCT2A27 for a $5 discount.

2TB Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD: now $129 at Amazon

2TB Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD: now $129 at Amazon (was $289)
The Samsung T7 Shield features up to 1,050/1,000 of sequential read/write throughput and connects using a USB-C or USB Gen 3 connection. It also has an IP65 rating for dust and water resistance. 

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Stewart Bendle
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Stewart Bendle is a deals and coupon writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices and coupon codes for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • lmcnabney
    Since when does a 10% off coupon only good on a two year old mid-range product considered a massive price drop?
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  • evdjj3j
    lmcnabney said:
    Since when does a 10% off coupon only good on a two year old mid-range product considered a massive price drop?
    It got you to click didn't it?
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  • Math Geek
    clearly you didn't bother to do the math.

    " now $467 at Newegg (was $579)"

    that's actually about a 20% price drop. it was $579 and on sale for $519 (about a 10% price drop to start with) and then you get ANOTHER 10% off of that price to get it to $467.

    i'd say a 20% drop is worthy of some superlatives. :)
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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    ASRock RX 6800 XT Phantom Gaming OC: now $467 at Newegg (was $579)
    No it wasn't, it was $539.99
    2TB Solidigm P41 Plus PCIe 4.0 SSD: now $74 at Newegg (was $169)
    No it wasn't, it was : $89.99.
    2TB Samsung T7 Shield Portable SSD: now $129 at Amazon (was $289)
    Again, no it wasn't, it was $139.99, it hasn't been over $200 this year and was $119.99 on May 15th.

    If you're going to advertise "was" prices, at least use the "was" prices as displayed on the webpage at the time of deal.

    Amazon got into big trouble for displaying massive "was" or "retail price" figures instead of the actual prices, think it's time TH does the same before you, at the least, lose all credibility for these articles, especially with Prime Day coming up.
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  • Math Geek
    the basis of sales in stores has always been an inflated base price you could then discount to what is actually was last week.

    why would that type stuff stop now that it's online?

    it's not exactly hard to check up on such things in the online shops since many of the larger sites are indexed and prices charted over time. pcpartpicker is good for such info along with a few other places.

    obviously the discount is overstated for pretty much all of these sales. the price drop is real for the most part, just not as big as they'd like you to believe.
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  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    Math Geek said:
    the basis of sales in stores has always been an inflated base price you could then discount to what is actually was last week.

    why would that type stuff stop now that it's online?

    it's not exactly hard to check up on such things in the online shops since many of the larger sites are indexed and prices charted over time. pcpartpicker is good for such info along with a few other places.

    obviously the discount is overstated for pretty much all of these sales. the price drop is real for the most part, just not as big as they'd like you to believe.

    Don't forget about the other basis of sales (which a couple of chains are facing big lawsuits right now over) in which during "Buy 1 Get 1" sales, the prices are increased by 50-100%.
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