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Amazon selling PC components for up to 40 percent off

3:15 PM on 11.19.2013 // Abel Girmay

Let me upgrade ya

For all the PC enthusiasts that are due for an upgrade, Amazon is having a sale of up to 40 percent off select DIY components. It's a pretty good mix of items that are on sale too: Corsair tower cases for $300; Intel i5 and i7 quad-core processors starting at $200; and even a 240GB Intel Solid State Drive for only $150. If accessories are more what you're looking for, there is a short list of headsets, keyboards, and gaming mice to choose from.

You won't be find enough parts on sale to make the Large Pixel Collider, but the sale remains a short and sweet list of mid- to high-end PC components. You can click here to see the full catalog.



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