Best Tech and PC Hardware Deals

The holiday season is upon us and we are collecting the best deals on our favorite tech and listing them in our handy deals hub.

If you're on the lookout for a new piece of tech or an upgrade for your beloved PC, then bookmark this deals hub for all the best tech deals from the most popular retailers. We check this page frequently to make sure the best deals are posted and the prices are as current as possible — but be aware that some of the best deals often expire within hours.  

Whether you're looking for a new gaming headset, an SSD for your PlayStation 5, or a new graphics card, we've got you covered. And we'll be keeping our deals eye out for the best bargains as they pop up. 

These are the best deal picks so far, but hurry — these prices won't last forever!

How to Tell a Deal From a Dud

We've checked all the best deals below to ensure they provide valuable savings and notable discounts. But if you see a product on sale and it's one we haven't covered, we recommend checking the price history and other vendors' prices on sites such as Google Shopping and PCPartPicker

Amazon shoppers can use the website CamelCamelCamel and its Camelizer Chrome extension to see a product's price history. This will give you an idea of the average price and whether or not the current offer is an actual deal.  

For even more savings, see our lists of the best SSD deals, GPU deals, CPU deals, Gaming Laptop deals, Monitor deals, 3D printer deals and PC hardware deals overall.

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Best Deals on Tech Overall

Corsair Vengeance i8200 Gaming PC: now $4,499 at Corsair

Corsair Vengeance i8200 Gaming PC: now $4,499 at Corsair (was $4,799)
An absolute beast of a gaming PC, the Corsair Vengeance i8200 features a lot of the best components available in a gaming PC. Powering this machine is Nvidia's RTX 4090, and Intel's Core i9-14900K, as well as a stonking 64GB of fast 6400MHz DDR5 RAM and 4TB of M.2 storage.  

Asus ROG Ally (Z1 Extreme): now $599.99 at Best Buy

Asus ROG Ally (Z1 Extreme): now $599.99 at Best Buy (was $599.99)
The Asus ROG Ally is a lightweight Windows gaming handheld running AMD's powerful Z1 Extreme APU. It has the same display and 512GB of storage as the cheaper model but exhibits higher gaming performance and battery life.

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $699 at Newegg

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 7900 XT: now $699 at Newegg (was $799)
This graphics card comes with a whopping 20GB of GDDR6. It's compatible with PCIe 4.0 interfaces and features AMD RDNA 3 architecture.

Keychron C3 Pro Gaming Keyboard: now $29 at Amazon

Keychron C3 Pro Gaming Keyboard: now $29 at Amazon  (was $49)
A budget gaming keyboard from Keychron that features red backlighting, shine-through double-shot ABS keycaps, and full key programmability through QMK / VIA open-source software. The Keychron C3 Pro uses a TKL layout for a smaller footprint. Gaming features include 1000Hz polling and n-key rollover for simultaneous key presses. 

Best Monitor Deals

Samsung Odyssey G8 Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor: now $980 at Amazon

Samsung Odyssey G8 Ultrawide Curved Gaming Monitor: now $980 at Amazon (was $1,499)
An ultrawide curved gaming monitor that measures 34 inches and has a QD-OLED panel with a super-low 0.3-second response time and fast 175Hz refresh rate. This monitor also makes use of AMD FreeSync Premium Pro for reduced screen tear and performance in high-frame gaming.   

Best SSD and HDD Deals

Crucial P3 Plus 2TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD: now $114 at Best Buy

Crucial P3 Plus 2TB M.2 PCIe 4.0 SSD: now $114 at Best Buy (was $134)
Crucial’s P3 Plus isn’t the best-performing drive by any measure, as we saw in our review. But it’s a PCIe 4.0 model rated to top 5,000 MB/s sequential reads and 4,200 MB/s writes, with a good 5-year warranty.

Team Group MP33 1TB SSD: now $57 at Newegg

Team Group MP33 1TB SSD: now $57 at Newegg (was $69)
This offer is for the 1TB Team Group MP33 but other capacities are available, as well. It can reach read/write speeds of 1800 / 1500 MBps and is supported by a 5-year warranty from Team Group.

Best CPU Deals

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: now $291 at Amazon

AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: now $291 at Amazon (was $359)
The best high-end gaming value around, the Ryzen 7 5800X3D has 96MB of V-Cache, 8 cores, 16 threads, and a boost clock of 5.1 GHz.  

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AMD Ryzen 5 5500 CPU: now $98 at Newegg (was $159)
The Ryzen 5 5500 is a 6-core, 12-thread CPU that is capable of 4.2GHz at max boost and is also unlocked for overclocking. This desktop processor comes boxed with a stock "Wraith Stealth" cooler.


Best Laptop and Desktop PC Deals

Razer Blade 17: now $2,099 at Amazon

Razer Blade 17: now $2,099 at Amazon (was $3,799)
This 17-inch gaming laptop features a 14th Gen Intel CPU, an Nvidia RTX 4070 TI GPU, and a 17.3-inch UHD 144 Hz display, plus a 1TB SSD and 32GB of DDR5 RAM. 

Asus ROG Strix G17 (2023): now $1,399 at Walmart

Asus ROG Strix G17 (2023): now $1,399 at Walmart (was $1,869)
With a 17.3-inch QHD 240Hz display the Asus ROG Strix G17 (2023) gaming laptop is a powerful gaming machine thanks to its includes Ryzen 9-7845HX CPU, Nvidia RTX 4060 GPU, 16GB of DDR5 RAM, and a 1TB SSD.

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 Ultra Slim: now $1,799 at Amazon

Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 Ultra Slim: now $1,799 at Amazon (was $2,099)
With a 15.6-inch 165Hz QHD display, an Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080 graphics card, AMD Ryzen 9 5900HS processor, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, and a 1TB PCIe NVMe SSD, this laptop packs a lot of power into its ultra-slim frame.
(model -GA503QS-BS96Q)

Lenovo Legion T5 Gaming Desktop: now $1,030 at Walmart

Lenovo Legion T5 Gaming Desktop: now $1,030 at Walmart (was $1,499)
This gaming desktop from Lenovo uses an AMD Ryzen 7 5700G, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 3060 Ti GPU, 16GB of DDR4 RAM, a 256GB SSD, and a larger 1TB HDD for storage. You would want to possibly swap out or upgrade the HDD for an M.2 SSD for better gaming compatibility as a 256GB SSD containing the OS won't leave a lot of room for your games library. 

Best Deals on PC Cases, Motherboards, RAM, PSUs, and Coolers

Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240mm AIO Water Cooler: now $75 at Amazon with coupon

Arctic Liquid Freezer II 240mm AIO Water Cooler: now $75 at Amazon with coupon (was $97)
An all-in-one water cooler from Arctic that keeps your CPU cool under load. With its 240mm radiator, it's able to squeeze in smaller spaces in those cases that can't fit a 280mm or 360mm rad. Capable of cooling 200W+ CPUs with its twin 120mm fans and additional built-in 40mm fan for VRM cooling.

Noctua NH-D15 CPU Cooler: now $109 at Amazon

Noctua NH-D15 CPU Cooler: now $109 at Amazon (was $142)
The Noctua NH D15 CPU Cooler has a dual-tower design with six heat pipes and two fans providing great cooling performance for near-silent systems. It also supports Intel's LGA1700 socket for Alder Lake CPUs.

Best Deals on Peripherals and More

Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: now $144 at Amazon

Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: now $144 at Amazon (was $199)
The Logitech Brio 4K was the first 4K webcam on the market back when it first debuted in 2017. There are lots of 4K webcams now, but the Brio 4K is still a solid performer with good auto light correction, a 90-degree field of view, and 5x HD zoom. This isn't the cheapest we've seen it, but it's pretty close — and definitely cheaper than most 4K webcams. 

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless: now $169 at HyperX

HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless: now $169 at HyperX (was $199)
HyperX's premium wireless headset features a strong but lightweight aluminum frame and a detachable boom mic. It only has 2.4GHz wireless connectivity — not Bluetooth — but offers a ridiculous 300 hours of battery life over said connection.

Logitech G735 Wireless Headset: now $186 at Amazon

Logitech G735 Wireless Headset: now $186 at Amazon (was $229)
While this headset from Logitech's premium "inclusive" Aurora line isn't the only white headset on the market, it is awfully comfortable — and it's one of the few headsets our peripherals editor has that almost always just works. Features simultaneous 2.4GHz wireless/Bluetooth connectivity with audio mixing, detachable boom mic, and pretty lights.

HyperX Cloud III Wireless: now $129 at HyperX

HyperX Cloud III Wireless: now $129 at HyperX (was $169)
HyperX's most recently released wireless headset looks and feels more premium than its predecessor and is one of the most comfortable headsets we've ever worn. It only offers one form of connectivity — 2.4GHz wireless — but if you're just using it for one device it's a fantastic choice.

Logitech G203 Wired Gaming Mouse: now $24 at Amazon

Logitech G203 Wired Gaming Mouse: now $24 at Amazon (was $39)
Compact, budget-friendly gaming mouse features three RGB lighting zones, and an 8,000 DPI sensor, and weighs just 3 ounces. 

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse: now $119 at Amazon

Logitech G Pro X Superlight Wireless Gaming Mouse: now $119 at Amazon (was $159)
Logitech's first-gen Pro X Superlight wireless gaming mouse features the brand's Hero 25K sensor and weighs just 63g. 

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse: now $101 at Amazon

Logitech G502 Lightspeed Wireless Gaming Mouse: now $101 at Amazon (was $149)
The Logitech G502 is one of the best gaming mice. This wireless gaming mouse packs Logitech's Hero 25K sensor and premium features such as custom weights. 

Logitech G502 Hero Wired Gaming Mouse: now $47 at Amazon

Logitech G502 Hero Wired Gaming Mouse: now $47 at Amazon (was $79)
The Logitech G502 Hero is Logitech's wired update to its classic Proteus Core mouse. Its optical sensor can reach 25,600 DPI and it has 11 customizable buttons with enough onboard memory to store 5 customization profiles. This mouse also uses mechanical switches, has 1 Lightsync RGB zone, and has removable weights to customize its feel.

Roccat Kone Pro Air: now $53 at Amazon

Roccat Kone Pro Air: now $53 at Amazon (was $79)
This 66g wireless mouse connects via both 2.4GHz wireless and Bluetooth and features Roccat's Owl-Eye 19,000 DPI optical sensor. It has an ergonomic shape, AIMO-infused lighting in the buttons, and gets about 75 hours of battery life over 2.4GHz wireless with the lighting turned off. 

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless: now $65 at HyperX

HyperX Pulsefire Haste Wireless: now $65 at HyperX (was $79)
HyperX's Pulsefire Haste Wireless mouse is the lightest of the bunch, weighing just under 59g. It has a 16,000 DPI Pixart PAW3335 sensor, 2.4GHz wireless connectivity, and up to 100 hours of battery life. 

Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro: now $64 at Amazon

Razer DeathAdder v2 Pro: now $64 at Amazon (was $129)
The DeathAdder v2 Pro is on sale now at an impressive retail price. With a 20,000 DPI optical sensor and patented responsive switches, It’s a true king when it comes to FPS and RTS gaming.

Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse: now $29 at Amazon

Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming Mouse: now $29 at Amazon (was $49)
With a maximum DPI of 6,400, the Razer DeathAdder Essential Gaming mouse stands as a viable mid-tier gaming mouse. It has 5 programmable buttons that use mechanical switches and an optical sensor.

Redragon M910-K Gaming Mouse: now $16 at Amazon  

Redragon M910-K Gaming Mouse: now $16 at Amazon  (was $21)
This wired gaming mouse from Redragon is RGB backlit and has 9 buttons total that can be programmed. It has an adjustable speed that caps out at 8000 DPI. 

Corsair MM350 Pro Mouse Pad: now $29 at Best Buy

Corsair MM350 Pro Mouse Pad: now $29 at Best Buy (was $39)
It's not RGB, but the Corsair MM350 Pro mouse mat has just about everything else you need. Its extra-large surface is both comfortable and cooling and is perfect for sliding your mouse around on. 

SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad: now $8 at Amazon

SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad: now $8 at Amazon (was $9)
If you don't need anything fancy, SteelSeries' QcK gaming mouse pad is a great deal (and even better on sale — though it's not too pricey to begin with). Features a washable QcK micro-woven cloth surface and a non-slip rubber base, and comes in medium, large, and XL sizes. 

Keychron C3 Pro Gaming Keyboard: now $29 at Amazon with coupon

Keychron C3 Pro Gaming Keyboard: now $29 at Amazon with coupon (was $49)
A budget gaming keyboard from Keychron that features red backlighting, shine-through double-shot ABS keycaps, and full key programmability through QMK / VIA open-source software. The Keychron C3 Pro uses a TKL layout for a smaller footprint. Gaming features include 1000Hz polling and n-key rollover for simultaneous key presses.

Asus ROG Azoth: now $199 at Amazon

Asus ROG Azoth: now $199 at Amazon (was $249)
This 75-percent wireless gaming keyboard is solidly-built, with premium PBT keycaps and a customizable 2-inch OLED display. It offers a fantastic typing experience, which can be further customized with hot-swappable switches and an enthusiast-worthy accessory kit.

Logitech G413 TKL SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: now $45 at Amazon

Logitech G413 TKL SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: now $45 at Amazon (was $69)
The Logitech G413 TKL SE Mechanical Gaming Keyboard is a wired device with backlit keys. As the name suggests, it has a tenkeyless form factor so there is no numeric pad. The keys are mechanical with tactile switches.

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Stewart Bendle
Deals Writer

Stewart Bendle is a deals writer at Tom's Hardware. A firm believer in “Bang for the buck” Stewart likes to research the best prices for hardware and build PCs that have a great price for performance ratio.

  • Math Geek
    here's a pretty good price i ran across.

    Dark Rock 4 for $55

    https://www.newegg.com/be-quiet-dark-rock-4/p/13C-001F-00026?
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  • darrenfu
    https://www.amazon.de/dp/B09362XSSS?ref=myi_title_dp&th=1
    How do you guys feel about the 7 euro discount on Amazon Eono brands.
    Reply
  • Derren001
    Samsung 980 Pro 1TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD hasn't been $229 for years.
    Reply
  • Dantte
    Bought a XFX Merc 310 RX 7900 XTX to replace a RTX 2070 Super...

    $910 prime day deal
    I get 6% back by using my Amazon card ($54.60)
    Bundled with Starfield-Premium ($100)

    Thats basically $755 deal!!!
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  • hannibal
    WayneB63 said:
    Odd that there are no graphics cards included

    No need!
    NVIDIA knows that the more customers buy, the more they save!
    So Nvdia has black friday every day!
    :ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO::ROFLMAO:

    And because Nvdia don`t need to try… AMD don`t need to try. And Intel… has been under black friday deal prices from the beginning and still not doing well….
    Reply
  • EMsky
    Just some FYI: Some of these prices were a lot lower earlier this year. The 970 1TB evo nvmes were down to almost $50. The 980 2TB pros hit a low of $89. I bought a 4TB mx500 ssd for $169. Right now, the 970 1TB evo prices are the same prices that I paid during last year's black friday. AS for me, I will pass on these black friday inflated priced items.
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  • thestryker
    Dell is selling the AW3821DW for $799.99, but it comes with a $200 Dell gift card so if anyone has other shopping to do there this is potentially a better deal.

    restrictions listed: Dell Promo eGift Card: Receive Dell Promo eGift Card sent via email within 20 days. Expires 90 days from issuance. Resellers excluded.
    (there's also a terms and conditions link on Dell's site)
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  • Loadedaxe
    For those stating these aren't good deals, the markup on PC parts and tech is not that high at the online retail level, and most of the discounts are given to the retailer by the manufacturer.

    Some of these deals are actually pretty good.
    Reply
  • Alvar "Miles" Udell
    Microsoft 365 Personal is on sale again for $49.99 for a year. They're adding a VPN (currently very slow) for mobile as well.

    https://www.amazon.com/Microsoft-Personal-12-month-subscription-Auto-renewal/dp/B07F3TQ6DQ/
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