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Best Deals on Tech Overall
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Best SSD and HDD Deals
Best CPU Deals
AMD Ryzen 5 5600G: now $132 at Amazon (was $259)
The Ryzen 5 5600G is a six-core 12-thread APU with a 16MB L3 cache and a base clock of 3.9GHz able to boost to 4.4GHz. This chip contains integrated Radeon graphics with a TDP of 65W. The Wraith Stealth cooler is also included in this retail box.
Best Laptop and Desktop PC Deals
Asus ROG Zephyrus G15 Ultra Slim: now $1,589 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.
Lenovo Legion T5 Gaming Desktop: now $979 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
Lian Li Lancool III Mid-Tower ATX Case (White): now $119 at Newegg (was $154)
This spacious mid-tower case from Lian Li comes with 4 pre-installed 140mm PWN fans for out-of-the-box high airflow. With a mesh front panel and tempered glass side panel, there are also 2x USB 3.0 / Audio front ports and a Type C port.
Best Deals on Peripherals and More
Logitech Brio 4K Webcam: now $128 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.
SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless Headset: now $309 at Amazon (was $349)
The SteelSeries Arctis Nova Pro Wireless is one of our favorite gaming headsets, but it's pretty expensive — now's your chance to grab it for 7% off at Amazon. This impressive headset features a multi-system receiver, a fully retractable mic, active noise cancellation, and a swappable battery system.
HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless: now $159 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 $159 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.
Logitech G502 Hero Wired Gaming Mouse: now $39 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.
SteelSeries QcK Gaming Mouse Pad: now $6 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.
Asus ROG Azoth: now $209 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 $49 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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here's a pretty good price i ran across.Reply
Dark Rock 4 for $55
How do you guys feel about the 7 euro discount on Amazon Eono brands.
Samsung 980 Pro 1TB PCIe Gen 4 SSD hasn't been $229 for years.Reply
Bought a XFX Merc 310 RX 7900 XTX to replace a RTX 2070 Super...Reply
$910 prime day deal
I get 6% back by using my Amazon card ($54.60)
Bundled with Starfield-Premium ($100)
Thats basically $755 deal!!!
WayneB63 said:Odd that there are no graphics cards included
NVIDIA knows that the more customers buy, the more they save!
So Nvdia has black friday every day!
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….
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.Reply
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.Reply
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)
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.Reply
Some of these deals are actually pretty good.
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.Reply