ADATA XPG V2 16GB 2400MHz ($140): ADATA's XPG memory ships with a high native frequency (2400MHz) and high-density modules (2x8GB), making it ideal for render rigs or those with a high-budget APU build. Coincidentally, we just ran a massive benchmark on RAM performance as it pertains to multichannel configurations, so check that out to learn more about how RAM works.
Patriot Viper 3 4GB 1600MHz ($30): At $30 for a single 4GB stick of 1600MHz RAM, it makes sense to grab two of these for $60 total. This sets you up with 2x4GB @ 1600MHz for about $20 cheaper than most pre-packaged kits of the same spec. I'd highly recommend following this advice (buying two at $30 each) if you're in the process of building a budget or mid-range class gaming PC right now.
WD Blue 1TB 7200RPM HDD ($55): This is only a $5 price-drop for WD's Blue HDD, but we recommend the drive so regularly that it makes sense to notify everyone that it can be had for slightly cheaper. Use promo code EMCYTZT5849 at checkout.
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240GB PNY SSD ($120): Using promo code EMCPGPF28 (expires 3/10), PNY's 240GB XLR8 SSD can be picked up for $120 right now. The SSD uses a SandForce 2nd Generation controller, putting it around the same class as
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