Expired Hot Deals

[NCIX] NCIX weekend in store or online specials Dec 8-9

  • Last Updated:
  • Dec 9th, 2012 11:24 pm
Tags:
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 14, 2009
7001 posts
2052 upvotes

[NCIX] NCIX weekend in store or online specials Dec 8-9

http://www.ncix.com/promo/subpromosale.php?webid=1382

The PNY 660 Ti for $250 + $30 MIR is a good deal.

The GTX 670 for $299 looks pretty good to me:

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

PM Memory express for the Thermaltake TR2 500W $38.99.
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX35072

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.p...e&promoid=1382

The rebate at NCIX seems to be generic so you can probably get the rebate if you purchase at Memory Express as well.
Though you might want to put in the comment that they should only process the order if it is processed by Dec 9. (Not sure if Memory Express process orders on the weekends).

After shipping, rebate and taxes, it should come out to around $25.

$50 discount on this "Roc-cat" gaming mouse, plus free S&H. It's still a cold deal though IMO.
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

Hopefully NCIX will have a really good Boxing Day sale this year. I'm saving up for it. :)
59 replies
Deal Expert
Apr 30, 2003
24043 posts
4127 upvotes
Toronto
"in-store" and "online"
Sr. Member
User avatar
Oct 6, 2004
872 posts
215 upvotes
Wow thats 2 NCIX threads that scooped Anon_s. Wtf is going on around here??.
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 14, 2009
7001 posts
2052 upvotes
Psilosin wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:12 pm
Wow thats 2 NCIX threads that scooped Anon_s. Wtf is going on around here??.
I'm taking over. :D
Sr. Member
Apr 7, 2011
625 posts
140 upvotes
Toronto
PM Memory express for the Thermaltake TR2 500W $38.99.
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX35072

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

The rebate at NCIX seems to be generic so you can probably get the rebate if you purchase at Memory Express as well.
Though you might want to put in the comment that they should only process the order if it is processed by Dec 9. (Not sure if Memory Express process orders on the weekends).

After shipping, rebate and taxes, it should come out to around $25. (Too lazy to do the exact math right now, lol)
Deal Expert
Apr 30, 2003
24043 posts
4127 upvotes
Toronto
Damn, dat rebate on the 670...
Andrew4Life wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:24 pm
PM Memory express for the Thermaltake TR2 500W $38.99.
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX35072

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

The rebate at NCIX seems to be generic so you can probably get the rebate if you purchase at Memory Express as well.
Though you might want to put in the comment that they should only process the order if it is processed by Dec 9. (Not sure if Memory Express process orders on the weekends).

After shipping, rebate and taxes, it should come out to around $25. (Too lazy to do the exact math right now, lol)
ME's rebate is $10. I doubt they will let you use another $20 one when ME was already assigned a $10 one by the manuf.
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 14, 2009
7001 posts
2052 upvotes
Fantaz wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:25 pm
Damn, dat rebate on the 670...
I honestly prefer the 7950 as it's been as low as ~$260 and you can mine bitcoins with it which pay for the card over time, plus it has 3gb of vram.

$299 is a good price for a GTX 670 though, even with the rebate.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Sep 21, 2005
5390 posts
6913 upvotes
Fantaz wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:25 pm
ME's rebate is $10. I doubt they will let you use another $20 one when ME was already assigned a $10 one by the manuf.
Just use the NCIX $20 MIR instead of ME $10 MIR. Use only one MIR. Don't use both. The $20 MIR has 3 days windows. The $10 MIR has whole month of Dec.
Jr. Member
Mar 10, 2007
142 posts
48 upvotes
Burnaby
Andrew4Life wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:24 pm
PM Memory express for the Thermaltake TR2 500W $38.99.
http://www.memoryexpress.com/Products/MX35072

http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

The rebate at NCIX seems to be generic so you can probably get the rebate if you purchase at Memory Express as well.
Though you might want to put in the comment that they should only process the order if it is processed by Dec 9. (Not sure if Memory Express process orders on the weekends).

After shipping, rebate and taxes, it should come out to around $25. (Too lazy to do the exact math right now, lol)

It maybe a good deal for someone. However, I have to mention that this is a standard version of TR2-500, no 80 plus certificate, no PFC, efficiency=72%+. 80PLUS Bronze Certified is my lowest requirement for a power supply.
Deal Expert
Apr 30, 2003
24043 posts
4127 upvotes
Toronto
$50 discount on this "Roc-cat" gaming mouse, plus free S&H:
http://www.ncix.com/products/index.php? ... omoid=1382

Not sure why it's so expensive, but it features a "light bar in 16.8 million colors" which can also have strobing effect, and has a pinkie button.
SickBeast wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:31 pm
I honestly prefer the 7950 as it's been as low as ~$260 and you can mine bitcoins with it which pay for the card over time, plus it has 3gb of vram.

$299 is a good price for a GTX 670 though, even with the rebate.
Meh, I don't believe in bitcoining... keeping your video card at full load all the time makes the fan loud, will get your room hot and wears down on your card after a while. That, and the higher power bills hardly makes it worth it.
embguy wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:38 pm
Just use the NCIX $20 MIR instead of ME $10 MIR. Use only one MIR. Don't use both. The $20 MIR has 3 days windows. The $10 MIR has whole month of Dec.
There's always a chance they may deny it. "Distributors and dealers may not participate in this offer."
[OP]
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Mar 14, 2009
7001 posts
2052 upvotes
Fantaz wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:38 pm
Meh, I don't believe in those bitcoining... keeping your video card at full load all the time makes the fan loud, will get your room hot and wears down on your card after a while. That, and the higher power bills hardly makes it worth it.
Well, with a 7850 and a 7870 in crossfire I was able to earn at least $100 per month for several months and it cost me $25 per month for the electricity. So the cards basically paid for themselves in 5-6 months plus in the winter they help heat your house for free. I sold the cards as well so I made some profit out of it. The last time I checked, bitcoins were worth over $13 so it's definitely worth it if you have a powerful card like the 7950 IMO.

You can use bitminter.com and it really simplifies the mining process.

The only issue is that it's really hard to cash out now that fastcash4bitcoins doesn't cater to Canadians any more.
Sr. Member
Apr 7, 2011
625 posts
140 upvotes
Toronto
Fantaz wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:25 pm
ME's rebate is $10. I doubt they will let you use another $20 one when ME was already assigned a $10 one by the manuf.
embguy wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:38 pm
Just use the NCIX $20 MIR instead of ME $10 MIR. Use only one MIR. Don't use both. The $20 MIR has 3 days windows. The $10 MIR has whole month of Dec.
This is the rebate form on NCIX.
http://www.mirhelp.com/thermaltake/ther ... o-9th-2012

Makes no mention of NCIX.
The form for Memory express is similar, but for many more products. Both forms say you can purchase it anywhere.
Deal Fanatic
User avatar
Sep 21, 2005
5390 posts
6913 upvotes
BTW, the Thermaltake TR2 500W is not an 80 Plus power supply. But it carries 5 years warranty.
If I am building a gaming system, do I need a 80 Plus or better power supply?
Member
Mar 18, 2005
287 posts
76 upvotes
Fantaz wrote:
Dec 7th, 2012 11:43 pm
There's always a chance they may deny it. "Distributors and dealers may not participate in this offer."
Pretty sure that just means that dealers and distributors cannot claim a MIR and doesn't read as "some dealers and distributors may not be participating in this offer."
× < >

Top