Cyber Monday Tech Deals 2019: CPUs, GPUs, SSDs and Gaming P…


Cyber Monday is finally here and Newegg, Amazon, Bestbuy, Microsoft, Dell and Lenovo are just a some of the major retailers giving us major discounts right now. 

In fact, there are so many sales that’s it can be hard to tell whether you’re getting a deal or a dud.  So whether you’re shopping for deals on the best SSDs or looking for discounts on the best gaming laptops, you’ve come to the right place. 

Below we’re rounding up the day’s best Cyber Monday tech deals overall right now.  We’re also updating this page around the clock to keep things current. If you don’t see exactly what you want in our listings, we’re also dishing out advice on how to get the best SSD deals, spot the best CPU deals and select the best graphics card deals.

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Quick Deal Tips

We’ve vetted the deals to make sure they offer solid savings. But whenever you’re shopping this sales season, keep in mind:

  • Check price history: Not every so-called deal is actually a real discount. Some products on sale are actually cheaper on other sites and others were raised in price just to lower them again. Use PCPartPicker (best for components), CamelCamelCamel (best for Amazon) or Google Shopping to review price history and competitors.
  • Ensure upgrades are compatible: If you’re buying RAM or storage, make sure your PC is upgradeable and has room for those components. You can check your manufacturer’s service manual or use Crucial’s System Adviser to make sure.
  • Pay a little more for trusted brands: Sometimes you’ll see a key product like an SSD on sale from a brand you’ve never heard of. It’s worth the few extra bucks to go with something that’s well supported from a manufacturer you can trust.

We recommend you use comparison engines, like PCPartPicker (best for components) and Google Shopping. There’s no one single search engine that will compare prices from every store, but if you use one or two while shopping, you’ll have a better chances of scoring a great deal. 

We’re also big fans of sites like CamelCamelCamel. The website displays the price history of any item sold on Amazon. Just drop in the product’s full Amazon URL in, and the tool will bring you a chart outlining that device’s price history on Amazon. That way, you’ll know if that product’s truly at an all-time price low or just having a mediocre sale. 

Best Cyber Monday Deals Right Now

Hottest Deals Overall

Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive: was $129, now $87 @ Amazon
This SSD features a SATA 6 Gb/s interface with Samsung V-NAND Technology and read and write speeds of  550MB/s and 520MB/s. It is now at an all-time Amazon low.View Deal

AOC CQ27G1 – was $280, now $212 @ Amazon
This 27-inch QHD monitor should be rather speedy, with its 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time. Plus, there’s FreeSync for AMD gprahics card users. And if you like red, the stylish build’s accents will be a plus.View Deal

 AMD Ryzen 5 1600: was $143, now $85 @Amazon
With six cores and a Boost clock of 3.6GHz, plus a good in-box cooler, the Ryzen 5 1600 is an excellent processor for the price. 

HP Omen Obelisk was $2,129.99 now $1,649.99 @ Amazon
One of our favorite pre-built gaming desktops, the HP Omen Obelisk uses standardized parts. This one comes with an Intel Core i9-9900K, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super, 1TB PCIe SSD storage and 32GB of HyperX Fury RAM.View Deal

Patriot Burst SSD (960GB): was $87 now $69 @Newegg
This solid, 2.5-inch SATA SSD has 32GB of DRAM cache and promises read / write rates of 560 and 540 MBps. At this price, it’s only 7 cents per GB.View Deal

iBuyPower Desktop (RTX 2060 Super, Core i7): was $1,299 now $999 @Best Buy
It’s unheard of to get a gaming desktop this loaded for under $1,000. It comes with a Core i7-9700F CPU, an RTX 2060 Super GPU, 16GB of RAM and a 480GB SSD.View Deal

Dell G3 (GTX 1660 Ti / Core i5): was $999 now $699 @Best Buy
For under $700 you get a laptop that’s more than good enough to play games in 1080p resolution at reasonably-high settings. It also comes with 512GB of SSD storage and Dell’s attractive, sci-fi-esque design. The 8GB of RAM is user-upgradeable.View Deal

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X + Prism Cooler: was $329, now $208 @ Amazon
8 cores, 16 threads, a cooler and a free game for just $10. Second gen Ryzen may be a year and a half old at this point, but it still holds its weight.View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT: was $409, now $369 @Best Buy
This dual-fan card features AMD’s high-end, navi GPU. While we haven’t this particular card, the 5700 XT chip can play 4K games at reasonable settings and frame rates. Getting that kind of functionality for under $400 is huge.View Deal

HyperX Cloud Flight Wireless Headset: Was $140, now $79 @ Amazon
Complete with 30 hour battery life, kick-ass audio drivers, comfortable ergonomic design and detachable microphone, the HyperX Cloud Flight is perfect for the gamer looking for that HyperX performance on a budget. View Deal

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite Motherboard: was $199, Now $149 @ Newegg
This Gigabyte motherboard is now over half off with the $20 MSRP and is compatible with AMD 3rd gen Ryzen, 2nd gen Ryzen, and Ryzen with Radeon Vega GPUs. View Deal

Razer Lancehead Wireless Gaming Mouse: was $119, now $59 @ Amazon
Complete with Razer’s 5G Advanced Optical sensor, 9 programmable buttons, ambidextrous design and 50-hour battery life the Lancehead Wireless is no slouch on the gaming floor.View Deal

AMD Ryzen 7 3800X: was $399 now $329 @ Amazon
With a 4.5GHz max turbo speed, 8 physical cores and 16 threads, the Ryzen 7 3800X is a great all-around performer, especially at this lower price.View Deal

HP Gaming Laptop (Ryzen 5|GTX 1050): was $649 now $499 @ Best Buy
This entry-level, 15.6-inch gaming laptop is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5-3550H processor, Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. That’s more than adequate for playing most demanding games at low settings.View Deal

SSD / Storage / RAM

Samsung 860 QVO 1TB Solid State Drive: was $129, now $87 @ Amazon
This SSD features a SATA 6 Gb/s interface with Samsung V-NAND Technology and read and write speeds of  550MB/s and 520MB/s. It is now at an all-time Amazon low.View Deal

Patriot Burst SSD (960GB): was $87 now $69 @Newegg
This solid, 2.5-inch SATA SSD has 32GB of DRAM cache and promises read / write rates of 560 and 540 MBps. At this price, it’s only 7 cents per GB.View Deal

Intel 2TB SSD 660p : was $249.99, now $179 @ B&H
The Intel SSD 660p 2TB offers sequential read and write speeds up to 1,800 MB/s and random read and write speeds up to 220,000 IOPS. If we look at the numbers, the SSD 660p is easily three times as fast as the best SATA III SSD.View Deal

Sabrent 1TB Rocket PCIe 4.0 SSD: was $199 now $167 @ Amazon
One of the first drives to support PCIe 4.0 speeds, the Rocket boasts read / writes of up to 5000 MBps. It also comes with a copy of Acronis True Image for cloning.View Deal

Orico 512GB SATA 3 SSD: was $99, now $59 @ Newegg
You can pick up this 512 GB Orico SSD for $59. It might not be the biggest SSD on the market, but it’s good-sized internal SSD for the price. It uses a standard SATA 3.0 interface. Use code MKTCGX to get it at this price.View Deal

WD Blue 1TB 3D NAND Internal SSD: was $159, now $99 @ Newegg
This 2.5″ internal SSD from Western Digital contains up to 1 TB of storage space. It has read/write speeds of 560/530 MBps. You can get one on Newegg for 31% off.View Deal

Hyundai 120GB 2.5″ SSD: was $42, now $14 @ Walmart
If you’ve got a little machine need of an SSD, check out this deal on the Hyundai 120 GB Internal SSD. It uses a Serial ATA-600 interface and measures in at 5.43″ x 0.78″ x 4.25″.View Deal

 ADATA 2TB 2.5″ SATA III SSD: was $249, now $184
ADATA managed to fit 2TB worth of storage onto this 2.5″ SATA III SSD. It’s currently available on Newegg wit a limit of 3 per customer.View Deal

WD 5TB External USB 3.0 Hard Drive: was $169, now $89
For massive quantities of storage on the go, check out this deal on a WD 5TB external hard drive from Best Buy. This deal is only available for a day.View Deal

Samsung EVO 2.5″ SSD 500 GB: was $99, now $59
This Samsung 860 EVO SSD has up to 500 GB of storage space. The max sequential read/write speed is 550/520 MBps. This is a decent-sized internal SSD for the price.View Deal

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB: was $74, now $57
This Corsair Vengeance 16GB deal is on Amazon for $57. This package includes two sticks of 8GB DDR RAM. It has an SPD speed of 2133 MHz. This RAM is designed for high-performance overclocking.View Deal

OLOy WarHawk RGB 16GB DDR: was $99, now $74
This package features two 8GB sticks of DDR4. This is a great 16GB set up for a dual channel motherboard. The Oloy WarHawk RGB RAM is available on Newegg for $74.View Deal

XPG Spectrix 16GB DDR4: was $109, now $69
This RAM was definitely made with aesthetics in mind. The RFB light strips are extra wide and extra bright. This deal comes with 2 8GB sticks of DDR4 for a total of 16GB. These are 288-pin sticks.View Deal

CPUs / Motherboards

 AMD Ryzen 5 1600: was $143, now $85 @Amazon
With six cores and a Boost clock of 3.6GHz, plus a good in-box cooler, the Ryzen 5 1600 is an excellent processor for the price. 

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X: was $899, now $669
The Threadripper 2950X comes with 16 cores and 32 processing threads. It has a Max Boost frequency of 4.4 GHz. This CPU is on sale for $699 on Amazon.View Deal

AMD Ryzen 5 3600X: was $234, now $199
AMD’s Ryzen 5 3600X is a 6-core 7nm CPU that can boost up to 4.4 GHz and is, therefore, excellent for building mid-tier gaming systems on a budget. It’s still not cheap, but at this price, you’re getting a lot of performance per dollar.
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AMD Ryzen 7 3800X: was $399, now $329
With a 4.5GHz max turbo speed, 8 physical cores and 16 threads, the Ryzen 7 3800X is a great all-around performer, especially at this lower price.View Deal

Prism LED AMD Ryzen 7 2700X: was $329, now $208
This CPU comes with AMD Wraith Prism Cooling—an RGB setup to make your CPU stand out on the motherboard. The Ryzen 7 2700X is an 8 core XPU with a Max Boost frequency of 4.3 GHz.View Deal

 AMD Ryzen 5 2600: was $199, now $109
The Ryzen 5 2600 is a hex-core, 3.9 GHz CPU with an AM4 socket type. This chip is well known for its performance. You can snag one on eBay for 45% off.View Deal

Intel Core i5-9600K 3.7 GHz: was $279, now $199
This is a Coffee Lake hex-core CPU with a turbo speed of 4.6 GHz. The i5-9600K usually retails for $279, but you can grab one on eBay right now for 30% off.View Deal

Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Motherboard: was $259, now $199
This board is designed to support 9th and 8th gen Intel core processors. It has onboard support for 802.11AC WiFi. This motherboard is usually $259, but you can pick one up today for $199 on Amazon.View Deal

Gigabyte Z390 Aorus Ultra Motherboard: was $249, now $199
This motherboard by Gigabyte is part of the 300 series and supports Intel (8th and 9th Gen), Celeron and Pentium Processors. This definitely a board for show—it uses RGB Fusion to control a series of LEDs throughout the board.View Deal

Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite: was $199, now $149
The Gigabyte X570 Aorus Elite board supports both 3rd and 2nd Gen Ryzen chips as well as Ryzen chips with Radeon Vega Graphics. It works with RGB Fusion via a series of LEDs throughout the board. It’s available on Newegg with a $20 rebate card, taking the final price down to $149.View Deal

ASUS ROG Crosshair VI Hero: was $229, now $189 @ Amazon
This Ryzen powered motherboard comes with NVMe M.2, onboard 802.11AC WIFI, front panel USB 3.1, gigabit LAN and RGB lighting. This Black Friday pricing matches an all-time Amazon low.View Deal

Graphics Cards

XFX Radeon RX 5700 XT: was $409, now $369 @Best Buy
This dual-fan card features AMD’s high-end, navi GPU. While we haven’t this particular card, the 5700 XT chip can play 4K games at reasonable settings and frame rates. Getting that kind of functionality for under $400 is huge.View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 580 VR Ready GPU: was $379, now $159
This XFX Radeon RX 580 GTS XXX Edition GPU comes completely VR ready. It features 8 GB of GDDR5 with overclocked speeds up to 1366MHz. If you’re looking for a VR ready card on a budget, check out this deal.View Deal

 ASRock Radeon RX 5700 XT 8 GB Taichi: was $479, now $429
The ASRock Radeon RX5700 XT comes with 8Gb of GDDR6. It has 2 HDMI 2.0 ports and 4 Display Port 1.4 slots. This card usually sells for $479, but you can get one for $40 off currently on Newegg.View Deal

Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6GB: was $229, now $199
If you’re in the market for a GeForce card, you may not want to overlook this Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 deal. It might not be the strongest card on the market, but it’s perfect for a midgrade machine or anyone building on a budget.View Deal

 ASRock Challenger D Radeon RX 5700: was $409, now $359
This ASRock Challenger D Radeon RX 5700 card usually retails for $409. You can snag one today wit 3 months of Xbox Game Pass, plus your choice of Borderlands 3 or Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon.View Deal

Visiontek Radeon RX 5700: was $449, now $279
You can get this Visiontek Radeon RX 5700 for $279 on Rakuten. This card comes with 8GB of GDDR6 and features three Display Ports with one HDMI port.View Deal

Monitors

AOC CQ27G1 – was $280, now $212 @ Amazon
This 27-inch QHD monitor should be rather speedy, with its 144Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time. Plus, there’s FreeSync for AMD gprahics card users. And if you like red, the stylish build’s accents will be a plus.View Deal

LG 34UM88-P 34″ 21:9 UltraWide: was $469, now $364
Here’s a great IPS-based 34-inch ultrawide display that comes with good color accuracy and FreeSync support, making it great for productivity and casual gaming.
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Acer GF246 24″ Monitor: was $144, now $94
This 24″ monitor from Acer has a 75Hz refresh rate and a resolution of 1920 x 1080. It features VGA, HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. With built-in speakers and an audio out port, this monitor has everything you need for a seamless experience.View Deal

Samsung 49″ Curved Monitor: was $999, now $799
This 49″ monitor from Samsung takes up more space than your average monitor. The display is curved from end to end with a resolution of 3840 x 1080. It usually retails for $999, but it’s available on Newegg right now for $799.View Deal

Dell 27″ LCD Monitor SE2719H: was $179, now $129
This 27″ monitor from Dell has a resolution of 1920 x 1080. It uses an LCD display with a refresh rate of 60 Hz. The SE2719H features both HDMI and VGA inputs.View Deal

Acer XFA240 24″ Monitor: was $200, now $169

This is our favorite budget monitor out now and was $240 when we reviewed it in September. It’s 24 inches with FHD resolution at 144Hz, plus FreeSync and G-Sync Compatibility. Nothing we’ve tested can match its color accuracy, gaming performance and feature at this price. 

Viewsonic 27-inch 1080p VX2758-C-MH: was $250, now $193
Complete with curved screen, 144Hz Refresh FreeSync (and likely G-Sync support), this 27-inch 1080p screen, is a perfect choice for those packing anything below an RTX 2070 GPU. View Deal

Samsung 27″ Curved Monitor: was $199, now $149
This 27″ Samsung display is curved with a resolution of 1920 x 1080. It features both HDMI and DisplayPort inputs. The screen has a refresh rate of 60Hz.View Deal

Samsung 4K UE570 28″ Gaming Monitor: was $349, now $249

Samsung’s 4K UE570 monitor has a spacious 28″ TN panel with a 1ms response time and a 60Hz refresh rate. The monitor supports AMD’s FreeSync technology and also has split-screen functionality. 

Samsung 23.5″ Curved LED Monitor: was $149, now $119
This curved monitor brings a whole new element to your PC experience. The screen spans 23.5″ across, has a refresh rate of 60Hz, and a resolution of 1920 x 1080.View Deal

HP 27″ IPS LED Monitor: was $249, now $129
This monitor has a max resolution of 1920×1080 and a refresh rate of 75Hz. It has 2 HDMI and VGA ports to support both digital and analog devices.View Deal

LG 34″ Curved Ultrawide IPS Monitor: was $799, now $424
If you’ve been holding out for a curved monitor, check out this 34″ Ultrawide IPS monitor from LG. The screen usually sells for over $700. You can grab one new on eBay for $424. It has a refresh rate of 144Hz and uses both HDMI and DisplayPort connections.View Deal

Samsung 32” UR59C: was $500, now $398
The Samsung 32” UR59C (LU32R590CWNXZA) is currently our favorite in the 4K curved category. It sold for for $500 when it debuted and has been spotted for as low $440. But at $398, it’s currently at its lowest price ever and a steal for a 4K curved display in this size.View Deal

Laptops / Tablets

Razer Blade 15” Gaming Laptop: was $3,000 now $2,400 @Amazon
The RTX 2080 beating at the heart of this gaming notebook will be more than capable of driving any and all games you throw at it at well beyond that 144 Hz refresh that the Blade 15 is touting, even in its Max-Q config.

ThinkPad X1 Carbon (6-Core CPU, 16GB of RAM): now $1,319
This configuration of the 2.5-pound laptop features the new 6-core, Intel Core i7-10710U CPU, 16GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. A 1080p , non-touch screen provides more than enough real estate, without harming battery life. Use coupon code THINKCYBER.
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Dell G3 (GTX 1660 Ti / Core i5): was $999 now $699 @Best Buy
For under $700 you get a laptop that’s more than good enough to play games in 1080p resolution at reasonably-high settings. It also comes with 512GB of SSD storage and Dell’s attractive, sci-fi-esque design. The 8GB of RAM is user-upgradeable.View Deal

Asus ROG Zephyrus S GX701 Laptop: was $3,299 now $2,499 @ Amazon
Complete with 144Hz display, RTX 2080 GPU, 16GB of DDR4, i7 processor and 1TB PCIe hard drive this sleek 17-inch monster is the king of gaming notebooks View Deal

HP Gaming Laptop (Ryzen 5, GTX 1050): was $649 now $499
This entry-level, 15.6-inch gaming laptop is powered by an AMD Ryzen 5-3550H processor, Nvidia GTX 1050 Graphics, 8GB of RAM and a 256GB SSD. That’s more than adequate for playing most demanding games at low settings.View Deal

Microsoft Surface Pro 7: was $959, now $599
This machine comes with an Intel Core i3 chip and 128GB of storage on an SSD. If you’ve been holding out for a Surface tablet, you may want to peek at this deal.View Deal

iPad 10.2-inch (7th gen) – was $330, now $229 @ Target 
This finely made tablet is on sale at a steal for the 32GB model with Wi-Fi. You get your choice of black or trendy rose gold. It makes a perfect gift for a parent or kid or a nice treat for PC builders needing a second screen.View Deal

Gaming PCs

HP Omen Obelisk was $2,129.99 now $1,649.99 @ Amazon
One of our favorite pre-built gaming desktops, the HP Omen Obelisk uses standardized parts. This one comes with an Intel Core i9-9900K, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super, 1TB PCIe SSD storage and 32GB of HyperX Fury RAM.View Deal

iBuyPower Desktop (RTX 2060 Super, Core i7): was $1,299 now $999 @Best Buy
It’s unheard of to get a gaming desktop this loaded for under $1,000. It comes with a Core i7-9700F CPU, an RTX 2060 Super GPU, 16GB of RAM and a 480GB SSD.View Deal

CyberPowerPC Desktop (3600/ RX 580): was $749, now $599
The CPU here is powerful and with the RX 580 you should easily be able to game at 1080p. At this price, with an SSD and a hard drive, you couldn’t build it any cheaper on your own. View Deal

CyberPowerPC Core i7, RTX 2070: was $1,459 now $1,099
Get ready for some ray-tracing! This prebuilt desktop comes is powered by Nvidia’s powerful RTX 2070 GPU, a Core i7-9700KF CPU and 16GB of RAM. It also has both a 512GB SSD and a 2TB HDD.View Deal

Ryzen 2700X 8GB VR Ready Desktop: was $999, now $972
If you’re looking for a pre-built gaming desktop, check out this deal from iBuyPower. It features an AMD Ryzen 7 2700X CPU, an Nvidia GeForce GTX 1660 GPU, 8 GB of DDR4, and a 1 TB SSD. This package also comes with access to Xbox Game Pass for PC.View Deal

Peripherals

SteelSeries Arctis 3 Headset was $69.99 now $39.99 @ Amazon

The Arctis 3 is a fantastic budget solution, powered solely by a 3.5mm analog connection. Complete with extended frequency response (20 Hz – 22 kHz), a comfortable ergonomic design, and strong inline mic, at this price it’s a steal.

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Blue Yeti Condenser USB Microphone: was $129, now $89
There’s just something to be said for having a top-quality microphone. And the Yeti is exactly that, a world-renowned mic known for both its build quality and the impeccable audio it records. View Deal

Razer Turret Mouse/Keyboard Combo: was $249, now $199
For PC and Xbox One, this combo offers a mechanical keyboard with Razer Green switches, plus a lot of RGB and is great for gaming on the couch. View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Gaming Headset: was $149, now $99
With impressive audio drivers, good comfort levels and a 24-hour battery life, this Arctis 7 deal is well worth it for those looking to cut the audio cord.View Deal

Razer Basilisk Gaming Mouse: was $69, now $37
The Basilisk is a fantastically designed FPS oriented mouse complete with Razer’s 5G optical sensor.View Deal

Logitech’s G512 SE Mechanical Keyboard: was $99, now $59
This full-sized keyboard, features integrated media key, impeccable RGB lighting, a brushed aluminum finish, a USB passthrough, and tactile mechanical switches courtesy of its GX-Blue tactile switch set. View Deal

Razer BlackWidow Keyboard: was $119, now $79
This is a mechanical gaming keyboard with Green switches for a tactile and clicky feel. It boasts media keys, USB passthrough, RGB and an aluminum frame.View Deal

Razer BlackWidow Elite Keyboard: was $169, now $99
This mechanical gaming keyboard is at its lowest price ever. It’s available with Green, Orange or Yellow switches and boasts media keys, USB passthrough, RGB, a plush magnetic wrist rest, plus an aluminum frame. View Deal

Corsair Void Elite Gaming Headset: was $79, now $49
The Elite is a much-needed upgrade to the original Void lineup. It can be a tricky fit for some heads, however with an epic mic, and impressive audio quality it’s a killer headset at this price point.View Deal

Logitech MX Sound 2.0 Speakers: was $99, now $49
The MX Sound Speaker system is actually fairly impressive for a 2.0 setup. With plenty of bass thanks to rear-facing drivers, and good clean audio and connectivity, it’s our favorite budget speaker solution.View Deal

Corsair’s Ironclaw RGB Wireless Mouse: was $79, now $59
It may have a quirky design, but the Ironclaw RGB Wireless comes complete with a 50-hour battery life, lovely ergonomic feel, an impressive sensor, and an awesome array of buttons, all for an incredibly low price.View Deal

Logitech G502 SE Hero: was $79, now $34
The G502 is a wired mouse from Logitech with a DPI of 16,000. It features RGB LEDs that can be customized using Logitech’s Lightsync technology. You can pick up this mouse on Newegg for 56% off.View Deal

Anne Pro 2 60% Mechanical RGB Keyboard: was $149, now $79
This keyboard works both wired and wirelessly (via Bluetooth). It features RGB LEDs throughout the design. It’s a 60% mechanical keyboard with PBT keycaps.View Deal

Logitech Wireless Keyboard/Mouse Combo: was $29, now $14
This wireless keyboard/mouse combo uses a USB adapter that can be stored inside the keyboard. It uses a 2.4 GHz signal and 128-bit AES encryption. This deal is currently on Amazon for 50% off.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder Gaming Mouse: was $69, now $24
The Razer DeathAdder is a well-know gaming mouse. It has a DPI of 16,000 and comes with 7 programmable buttons. RGB Profiles and macro settings can be adjusted with Razer Synapse.View Deal

Cases / Cooling / PSUs

iBuyPower Snowblind Element: Was $329, now $129
What was formerly a reasonable review-day value at $300, the Snowblind ATX case has become a $129 bargain for system builders who may never have previously been able to justify the cost of a side-panel LCD display.View Deal

Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360R: was $169 now $115
This 360mm CPU cooler beat out its competitors to offer the lowest temperatures in our tests. It also has a gorgeous design with three colorful RGB fans. Amazon is selling it for $115, about $50 less than most other sites, and there’s also a $10 rebate.View Deal

DIYPC Trio-GT-RGB Case: was $109 now $69
This top-rated budget chassis, this attractive case has three tempered glass panels and 4, 120mm RGB fans included. It also has room for a 240mm radiator upfront. Use coupon code 9BFCMPC4 to get it from Newegg at this price.View Deal

EVGA 650 GQ 640W PSU: was $109, now $90
This EVGA power supply is marked down by over 30%. It’s a 650 W, semi-modular unit—weighing around 5 lbs total. The package comes with a 5-year warranty from the manufacturer.View Deal

Corsair RMx 850W PSU: was $149, now $129
The Corsair RMx series 850W PSU is fully modular—you decide what cables are necessary and optimize airflow. You can get this PSU for an additional $10 off the current sale price with promo code 9BLKFPRE5.View Deal

Arctic Accelero Xtreme VGA Cooler: was $89, now $64
The Arctic Accelero Xtreme VGA Cooler is on Newegg for 28% off. It uses 300W of cooling power to keep your hardware nice and chill.View Deal

Corsair Hydro Series 240mm RGB Fans: was $159, now $129
Keep your hardware cool and flashy with these Corsair Hydro Series RGB 240mm fans. They feature 16 individually controlled RGB LEDs that can be customized with Corsair iCue.View Deal

Corsair RGB 120mm Fan 3 Pack: was $129, now $79
If your case needs a little flair, check out these Corsair RGB fans. They’re 120mm in size and use a standard 4pin connector.View Deal

DIYPC Vanguard-RGB LED Case: was $129, now $74
This case is made of steel and tempered glass. It’s an ATX mid-tower with 4 120mm RGB LED fans. The top is designed to fit a water cooling radiator as big as 360mm. This case is available on Newegg for 42% off.View Deal

Rosewill White Thor Case: was $159, now $99
The white edition of this Rosewill gaming case is currently on sale for 38% off plus an additional $10 off with promo code 9BFCMPC36. This is an ATX full tower case made of steel. It has 10 expansion slots, 4 USB ports on the front panel, fan speed control knobs, and LEDs throughout the case design.View Deal

Rosewill Server Case/Chassis: was $199, now $94
This Rosewill server case has 14 internal HDD bays and comes with 8 cooling fans. It’s currently on sale for 60% off at a limit of 5 per customer.View Deal

Routers / Networking

Netgear AC1750 Wireless Router: was $129, now $89
If you’re after a dual-band smart WiFi router, check out this deal on the Netgear AC1750. This is a great router for networks with more than 12 devices. It also features two USB ports, useful for connecting hard drives or printers to the network.

Asus AC1900 Wireless Router: was $149, now $129
This is a router built for speed—with specs documented at 1090 Mbps. It features multiple USB ports, great for adding network peripherals like hard drives and printers. The Asus AC1090 supports 802.11AC Wi-Fi.View Deal

TP-Link PCIe Wifi Card: was $79, now $34
Add an additional WiFi slot to your desktop rig with this PCIe WiFi card from TP-Link. It features speeds up to 1300 Mbps and supports both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi frequencies.View Deal

TP-Link WiFi Extender: was $29, now $14
The TP-Link N300 has universal compatibility and can boost the WiFi signal on any wireless router. This extender usually retails for $29.99, making this a 50% discount.View Deal

Everything Else

JBL Wireless Speakers: was $649, now $179
These wireless speakers support 802.11ac WiFi. They work with both Google Assistant and Chromecast. They normally retail for over $600 but are currently on sale for over 70% off.View Deal

Amazon Fire 4k TV Streaming Player: was $49, now $24
The Amazon Fire 4k TV stick is available at a discount for some customers using the coupon code: 4KFIRETV
If you aren’t eligible to use the coupon but still have Prime, it’s available on sale for $34.99.View Deal

 Pioneer SPC22 Center Channel Speaker: was $199, now $99
This center channel speaker features two 4″ surface woofers and a 1″ high-efficiency soft dome tweeter—perfect for a little kick to your audio setup.View Deal

Oculus Go VR Headset: was $199, now $149
The Oculus Go VR headset features 32GB of storage and is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 mobile chip for low power consumption. It is now at an all time Amazon low, which is good for 25% off the original price.View Deal

Oculus Rift S VR headset: was $399, now $349
This is Oculus’ latest headst for PC-based VR. It replaces the original Oculus Rift and is easier to set up than its predecessor since it doesn’t use bulky external base stations. 

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