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Promoted 07-20-2015 by RevOne at 08:21 AM View Original Post
Staples.com has MSI GTX 960 2GD5T OC 2GB Video Card (Pictured) for $204.99 - $50 when you checkout via VISA Checkout - $20 Mail-In-Rebate = $134.99. Shipping is free. Thanks jnads

Also available, Staples.com has MSI GTX 960 Gaming 2G 2GB Video Card for $215.59 - $50 when you checkout via VISA Checkout - $20 Mail-In-Rebate = $145.59. Shipping is free.

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Written by RevOne

  • Note, rebate must be postmarked within 15 days of purchase.
  • For a full review of the MSI GTX 960 Gaming 2G Graphics Card, head over to [H]ardOCP ~RevOne

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Edited July 20, 2015 at 11:04 AM by jnads
There's a $20 rebate VALID FOR ALL RESELLERS:

http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/im...80867_.pdf

Rebate must be postmarked within 15 days of purchase.



OC Edition (OOS?): http://www.staples.com/Msi-Comput..._IM1YP0791

Staples has the GTX 960 2GD5T OC for $204.99.

Subtract $50 VISA Checkout offer for $154.99 + Tax - $20 MIR = $134.99 + Tax


NON-OC MODEL:
http://www.staples.com/Msi-Comput...sc_content

This model also qualifies for the $20 rebate for $133.99 + Tax




QUIET / MEGA OC Model: Staples has the Gaming 2G version for $10 more (rated quieter than the ASUS Strix by Tom's Hardware [tomshardware.com] also HardOCP commented these are the "quietest fans at 100%" ever reviewed [hardocp.com]):
http://www.staples.com/Msi-Comput..._IM1YP0790 (I went for this one, it has a higher OC Profile).



The Asus Strix GTX 960 is also available for $150 AR VCO + Tax:

http://www.staples.com/Asus-VGA-N..._IM1YP8266

http://g-ecx.images-amazon.com/im...02418_.pdf



The GTX 960 beats the pants off the 270X and is about equal to the 280/280X, and just below the newer R9 380.



Edit: The $134 OC model seems to be going in and out of stock periodically.
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Last Edited by widgit July 20, 2015 at 03:20 PM
7/20 Visa Checkout coupon dead


This is a deal for $50 off $200 anything with VCO! This should be a diffferent deal than just everyone rushing to buy 2 cards and making them OOS LMAOLMAOLMAO

These other 960 cards are still in stock and the deal works as well...
http://www.staples.com/gtx+960/di...ai-feo=off
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Benchmark comparisons

960 vs 280x:

http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...038-4.html

http://www.techpowerup.com/review...ng/29.html

960 vs 380:

http://www.tomshardware.com/revie...178-6.html

280x is actually 15-30% better than a GTX 960 in terms of 1080p+ content. This is a great deal for a 960, but if you want best price/performance, should wait for 280x to hit around $140-150 price point.

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currently oos
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Quote from pringlebbq View Post :
currently oos
It's been flipping back and forth in and out of stock all day.

I was just able to add one to my cart just now.


Either way, the better model is still $144.99, which is still the lowest the GTX 960 has been.
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pretty sweet deal. I'd buy one for my upcoming HTPC build but I probably couldn't test it in the return period. Otherwise I'd jump, that's a really nice price.
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They had this [staples.com] one in stock.
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Quote from MrCheapSk8 View Post :
They had this [staples.com] one in stock.
That one works too, and qualifies for the $20 rebate. Just has a louder fan.
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So close to my $100 price for my HTPC & 4K tv...gonna wait it out
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a couple gtx 970's there that would be decently priced if the $50 visa thing works for them as well.
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Quote from dealsaregood View Post :
a couple gtx 970's there that would be decently priced if the $50 visa thing works for them as well.
There have been same or lower deals on the GTX 970 in Deal Talk, but AFAIK this is the lowest deal for a GTX 960.

40% of the price for 70% of the performance.
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There have been lower deals on the GTX 970 in Deal Talk, but AFAIK this is the lowest deal for a GTX 960.
$295 w/o any rebate is pretty good for as long as I have been looking for one. specially for a highly rated one.

the gtx 960 is a wonderful price, but OOS.
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$295 w/o any rebate is pretty good for as long as I have been looking for one. specially for a highly rated one.

the gtx 960 is a wonderful price, but OOS.
Agreed.

Thought the Asus Strix 970 on Staple's website is even better, after a $10 rebate it's cheaper than the eVGA and less noisy.
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Sweet deal. Good price
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In for the Gaming 2G model, wish it was the 4G model, but oh well. Had some gift cards that have been sitting around way too long (and they do stack with Visa checkout, in case anyone was wondering) so with my gift cards, v.co, the $20MIR, and of course tax, this will cost me around $54. Couldn't pass it up. Hopefully it holds me over until Pascal hits next year, because I've been really tempted to grab a 980Ti.
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