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Fry's Anniversary Sale Tomorrow!

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PandaMoOo

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I imagine this is all stores. Might be just in fountain valley, but it's better i mention it so I'm not wrong. So check a newspaper.


(sorry no item numbers, check the paper in the front of the store)
One day sales!:

Cheap Generic Case: $30 - $25(MIR) = $5
7 Foot OEM Cat5: 49 cents
A+GBD 350W ATX Power SUpply: $30 - $27(MIR) = $3
Maxtor 80 gig 8 meg cache: $98.99 - $50(MIR) = $48.99
P4 2.4 / Soyo P4X400 Lite Board = $220
Athlon 2000+ / ECS Board = $80 (Or was it $70?)
Cheap/Useful small toolset: $2.99

Sorry, all I know is the components department. (The $5 cases are very sharp, very light, and the back panel is riveted on. )


Edit: Sorry... the day is friday the 16th the sale is on. One day sale.
 

Homer

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here u go!

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poluga

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Apr 20, 2002
This doesn't apply to the Dallas area, so it's probably just a CA deal.
 

Illah

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Mar 26, 2002
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My girlfriend is gonna kick my *** when I tell her that that WD120 is a great deal. I guess I'll just have to get her this thing she's been asking for to make things even.

Wait a minute, they're both good for me :)

--Illah
 

larrymoencurly

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They're running the same deal in Phoenix, but I passed on the $4.99 case because the rebate goes to probably the manufacturer/distributor themselves, and they provide only one method of contact, an area code 714 phone number. Whenever a company makes tries to make it harder to contact them, I've found that they don't want anyone to contact them. Also their rebate form has some anti-customer language, such as how they can delay paying the rebate and demand more documentation.

That 350W A+GBP PSU sure has a small transformer in it, about the size of the one in a 180W Fortron/Sparkle, the heatsinks are just stamped aluminum, and the fan runs at full speed all the time.