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MSI Nvidia GTX 980 with free Adata Premier 240GB SSD $519.99 - $30 Rebate = 489.99

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Last Edited by cricket702 December 25, 2015 at 02:48 PM
When you buy this Nvidia MSI 980 graphics card, receive an Adata 240 GB SSD with a value of 69.99 FREE. You also get a choice between Rainbow Six Siege or Assassins Creed Syndicate video game.

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...-_-Product

Link to SSD - http://www.newegg.com/Product/Pro...6820211984
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is this a good deal? I'm in the market for both actually just bought the staples dell i5 4th gen 3.2ghz computer from yesterday's slickdeals and obviously need to beef it up a bit.
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also I think you can get an additional $20 off when purchased with Amex
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is this a good deal? I'm in the market for both actually just bought the staples dell i5 4th gen 3.2ghz computer from yesterday's slickdeals and obviously need to beef it up a bit.
Not a good deal. With this junky Adata SSD worth $70 at most, puts the graphic card over $400 level, while it's at low $300 in black friday couple weeks ago.
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to be fair that ADATA might be worth to someone 70 bucks but for 7 to 8 bucks more you can have samsung 850 evo
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Not a good deal. With this junky Adata SSD worth $70 at most, puts the graphic card over $400 level, while it's at low $300 in black friday couple weeks ago.
The cheapest this has been is $350 not 300. The EVGA B-stock, if there are any left, should be a better deal than this though.
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Not a good deal. With this junky Adata SSD worth $70 at most, puts the graphic card over $400 level, while it's at low $300 in black friday couple weeks ago.
Have YOU invented the time machine? Or do you suggest waiting for the next BF? This is a good price considering $70 SSD included, $30 rebate and another $35 worth of free games if sold on eBay. I doubt $300+ price will be around anytime soon (without crazy loop-hopping), $400+ is more adequate which is what this deal achieves.
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Have YOU invented the time machine? Or do you suggest waiting for the next BF? This is a good price considering $70 SSD included, $30 rebate and another $35 worth of free games if sold on eBay. I doubt $300+ price will be around anytime soon (without crazy loop-hopping), $400+ is more adequate which is what this deal achieves.
To your credit, if newegg is willing to remove the adata sdd, just the card reduced $70 and the $30 rebate I'll pull the trigger right away.

I was so didn't realize I need the 980 back in black friday or I could easily get two of these card at $350+ each, damn me.
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is this a good deal? I'm in the market for both actually just bought the staples dell i5 4th gen 3.2ghz computer from yesterday's slickdeals and obviously need to beef it up a bit.
this is a decent deal. don't listen to them. it's msi, it's brand new not b stock and it's a 980. plus comes with a 240gb ssd.
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420 is not bad, but I don't want that SSD.
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From what I think I am reading is in real-world, you wont see a difference with this SSD and others. You will only see a difference when reading/writing files. Anyone else have any input?
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I don't know, the article I read said the 980 was twice as fast as the 960 but the 960 can be had as cheap as $150 so the value doesn't appear to be there on this one.
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is this a good deal? I'm in the market for both actually just bought the staples dell i5 4th gen 3.2ghz computer from yesterday's slickdeals and obviously need to beef it up a bit.
I wouldn't beef it up this much. GTX960 for about $150. This 980 may not even fit.
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The cheapest this has been is $350 not 300. The EVGA B-stock, if there are any left, should be a better deal than this though.
B Stock cards only have a 1 year warranty, these have 3 years.

I bought this same card from Jet for $364.22 shipped 2 weeks ago. Great card, highly recommended.
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From what I think I am reading is in real-world, you wont see a difference with this SSD and others. You will only see a difference when reading/writing files. Anyone else have any input?
I'm guessing you don't have an SSD installed?

I have a Samsung 850 Evo 250gb that my games and apps reside on and another that only my OS lives on.

I play COD games and usually I am loaded into the game first. Sometimes it's a distinct advantage as I spawn before some people on the opposite team and I can control a mid position early. Get gobs of kills, get and use scorestreaks, repeat. You should browse my steam screenshot gallery and see the results.

Oh, and I open word documents crazy fast.
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