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Weekend Hardware Sales - Rare RAM Sale, Gaming Mouse, $210 GTX 760

Posted on July 27, 2014

This weekend's sales roundup features 8GB of RAM for $70, an AMD AM3+ mobo for $115, a gaming mouse for $35, and a GTX 760 at $210. Keep posted to our Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube feeds for more deals and advice during the week.



Patriot Viper Xtreme 8GB ($70): This 1600MHz RAM comes with a black heat spreader (which means it should fit any PC build color scheme) and Patriot branding. Although it comes with a relatively high latency for this frequency (CL10 instead of the usual CL9), Patriot's Xtreme kit features a $30 rebate to drop the price from $100 down to only $70. As discussed yesterday, with RAM prices on the rise it is worth grabbing any significant discount for RAM when you can.

ASUS PRO R2.0 AM3+ ($115): The Asus Pro R2.0 is designed to push the overclocking limits of the AM3+ chipset without hitting enthusiast level complexity. It also has PCIe 2.0 (x16, x8, x4, x4), 7xSATA III, and compatibility for 2133MHz frequency RAM. An instant savings of $15 and a $20 rebate bring the final price down to $115.

SteelSeries Sensei Laser Gaming Mouse [RAW] ($35): If you are wanting an intro to gaming mice, this is a great pickup. The mouse uses a laser sensor with a variable dpi up to 5700, scaling by increments of 90 dpi to find the perfect level of control. It also features 7 programmable macro buttons, a white light with customization options, and easy switching between left hand or right hand for control. The $25 discount allows you to walk away with a good gaming mouse for $35.

Pick of the week

EVGA GeForce GTX 760 ($210): High-end graphics for single monitors should be the target with this card. This GTX 760 comes with a core clock of 1072MHz and boost clock of 1137MHz. It is able to support up to 4096x2160 resolutions and can feed 4 monitors, though this will obviously drop you from high-ultra settings on a single display to much lower settings. Use “MFS135541” (expires 7/28) at checkout to add to the MIR and discount price for a final $210. This brings the GTX 760 into the price range that is currently held by the R9 280.

See you all next weekend.

- Scott "Abibiliboop" Griffin.