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post #11 of 18
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Obviously everyone is going to have their pros and cons, but overall if you are not looking for "top performance" then this is a pretty dang nice deal for a bluray 'burner'. I myself have had a couple of LG drives and they have yet to disappoint me. So I'd say if that's something you are interested in getting no better time then now to pick one up(except xmas of course).

Well, I need one for my upcoming build but I'm just not sure whether I should get a cheap $20 DVD burner or paying the extra and go up to a Blu ray burner, I might not use it that much but who knows if it comes in handy, you know how this dilemma like biggrin.gif Rather than that it seems to have good reviews and if the price is good (which I assume it's not going to drop anytime soon?) then it might worth to consider.
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Lots of Corsair PSUs in this newsletter, HX650 for $90 after $15 MIR and TX750 V2 for $92 after $20 MIR seem like pretty solid deals.
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Well, I need one for my upcoming build but I'm just not sure whether I should get a cheap $20 DVD burner or paying the extra and go up to a Blu ray burner, I might not use it that much but who knows if it comes in handy, you know how this dilemma like Rather than that it seems to have good reviews and if the price is good (which I assume it's not going to drop anytime soon?) then it might worth to consider.
If you know for a fact that right now you're not going to be using it to watch or burn any blurays then I would definitely just go with the DVD Burner. The Price of internal bluray burners have went down immensely since they first came out and i suspect by the time you are actually "really" going to need one that the price of them will have dropped by at least 1/3.
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If you know for a fact that right now you're not going to be using it to watch or burn any blurays then I would definitely just go with the DVD Burner. The Price of internal bluray burners have went down immensely since they first came out and i suspect by the time you are actually "really" going to need one that the price of them will have dropped by at least 1/3.
This. Guess I could hold on to it a little longer, I do want the Blu ray burner but I don't really need it. Thank you once again.
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http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16833156309

Coupon : EMCKGHH56

What caught my eye was the $25 w/ coupon and free shipping TrendNet switch. 8port Gigabit switch for a good non-rebate price. I picked up two of the TEG-S80g switches from them middle of last year and this looks to be a revision of that with a larger MAC address table and slightly more modern looking housing.

No complaints with my switches, work great and no configuration necessary. Recommended
    
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If you know for a fact that right now you're not going to be using it to watch or burn any blurays then I would definitely just go with the DVD Burner. The Price of internal bluray burners have went down immensely since they first came out and i suspect by the time you are actually "really" going to need one that the price of them will have dropped by at least 1/3.
I agree. I for one have desire to burn any blu ray discs. I mean, what could I possibly do with those expensive discs that I cannot do with a flash drive or small external hard drive? You know what I mean? I mean I guess someone could burn their own movies and PS3 games, but that still seems expensive for the discs.
post #17 of 18
This is their deal on the E5700 + mobo. I know that mobo is not the best but for such a cheap price, especially after the rebate, its kinda hard to pass up. I bought it cause I has some spare cash laying around and wanted to build a folding rig......

http://www.newegg.com/Product/ComboD...mbo620825-LM2A
post #18 of 18
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Lots of Corsair PSUs in this newsletter, HX650 for $90 after $15 MIR and TX750 V2 for $92 after $20 MIR seem like pretty solid deals.
i AGREE GOOD PRICES, ON SOME QUALITY PSU,S ( IN MY OPINION)
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