Shell Shocker: i5-6500 Quad, ASUS MOBO, 8GB RAM, LOGISYS CASE, Rosewill 500W 80+ PSU, 120GB SSD - $344.99 AR FS @ Newegg

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For one day only, Newegg has the Shell Shocker SuperCombo: i5-6500 Skylake Quad (3.2GHz) CPU, ASUS H110M-A mATX MOBO, 8GB DDR4 RAM, LOGISYS CASE, Rosewill 500W 80+ PSU, 120GB SSD  on sale for $354.99 - $10.00 mail-in rebate = $344.99 with free shipping.

Deal Notes: The rebate is valid from 08/01/16 to 08/30/16. 


  • Intel Core i5-6500 6M Skylake Quad-Core 3.2 GHz LGA 1151 65W BX80662I56500 Desktop Processor Intel HD Graphics 530 (Model:BX80662I56500) - $204.99
  • ASUS H110M-A/M.2 LGA 1151 Intel H110 HDMI SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 Micro ATX Motherboards - Intel (Model:H110M-A/M.2)  - $62.99
  • LOGISYS Computer CS380RD Computer Case (Model:CS380RD) - $29.99
  • Rosewill Glacier-500M, Glacier Series 500W Modular Power Supply with Silent Aero-Diversion Fan, 80 PLUS Bronze Certified, Single +12V Rail, Intel 4th Gen CPU Ready, SLI & Crossfire Ready (Model:Glacier 500M)  - $44.99
  • Avexir Budget Pro Series 8GB 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3000 (PC4 24000) Desktop Memory Model AVD4UZ130001708G-1BP (Model:AVD4UZ130001708G-1BP) - $27.99
  • Team Group L3 EVO 2.5" 120GB SATA III TLC Internal Solid State Drive (SSD) T253LE120GTC101 (Model:T253LE120GTC101) - $34.99

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Not sure why you'd want a mATX MOBO in a large computer case. The expansion possibilities for video cards are probably very limited.
Other than that, it sounds like a good deal. 120 GB SSD for $35 sounds dirt cheap, but it's not a brand I recognize. Probably good to have solid backup for it.

I might use this SSD for loading some games onto... but I would not rely on it for my primary SSD with my OS, storage, programs, etc etc.
With how cheap a good Samsung or intel SSD is these days, I'd get one of those for my main OS drive.

Considering it takes HOURS to setup a new PC... get everything installed, and dialed in to how you want it... you'll be kicking yourself when the no-name ssd dies and you have to do that all over again.

Great deal. Above poster is right about the odd large case.

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