Finding the best deal on tech can be laborious. You're on the lookout for a new piece of tech or an upgrade for your beloved PC, but how can we tell a good deal from a dud? Keep an eye on this deals hub for all the best tech deals from the most popular UK based retailers. We regularly check this page to make sure we include the best deals and that the prices listed are as up-to-date as possible.
So if you're looking for a new pair of gaming headphones or more SSD storage for your PlayStation 5, we have you covered. We’ll be keeping our deals eye out for more of the best bargains and deals on tech.
Here are some of our best deals picks so far, but hurry, because these prices don’t last forever.
Quick Links: PC Hardware Deals
- Amazon: Pick the best deals on Amazon
- Amazon: Big savings on Intel 13th Gen CPUs
- Amazon: Save up to £50 on AMD Ryzen CPUs
- Scan Computers: Find a deal in Scan's today-only sale
- ebuyer: Up to 40% off tech at ebuyer
- Argos: Grab a deal on a new laptop or desktop PC
- Overclockers: Check the sales for your next hardware upgrade
- CCL Computers: Save 40% on your favourite peripherals
- Currys: Get up to £200 off of a new laptop
- Box.co.uk: Save over £200 on PC gaming monitors
- AWD-IT: Pick up a hot deal at AWD-IT
Best SSD Deals
Samsung 990 Pro 2TB SSD: now £150 at Amazon (was £182)
This superfast industry-leading SSD promises sequential read and write speeds of 7,450 and 6,900 MBps with random read and write IOPS of 1.4 and 1.55 million. It's one the fastest and best Gen 4 SSDs on the market and if you want the fastest PC you need one of these.
Corsair MP600 Mini 1TB M.2 2230 SSD: now £89 at Amazon (was £99)
This smaller 2230 form-factor M.2 SSD is a perfect fit for the Valve Steam Deck handheld if you want to upgrade your storage capacity. The MP600 Mini delivers up to 4,800MB/s sequential read and 4,800MB/s sequential write speeds.
1TB Crucial P3 NVMe SSD: now £37 at Amazon (was £82)
This budget-oriented PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD promises sequential read and write speeds of 3,500 and 3,000 MBps. It performed well on our tests and is extremely power efficient, making it great for laptops.
WD_Black SN770 1TB: now £48 at ebuyer (was £75)
A Gen 4 SSD with a 1TB capacity and fast read speeds of 5150MB/s and 4900MB/s write. Western Digital also back up its drives with a 5 Year manufacturers warranty.
Silicon Power 256GB 2.5 Inch SSD: Now £13 at Amazon
Got an old laptop with a 2.5 inch mechanical drive? For just over £10 you can drop in this SATA SSD and enjoy a few more years of computing for very little cash.
Best Gaming PC Deals
OcUK Gaming Tanto: now £799 at Overclockers (was £979)
This compact gaming PC from Overclockers packs an Intel Core i3 12100F CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 3060 12GB graphics card, 16GB of 3200MHz DDR4 RAM, 500GB M.2 SSD, and Windows 11 Home operating system.
AWD-IT Patriot Gaming PC: now £729 at AWD-IT (was £899)
This gaming PC is perfect for some 1080p gaming thanks to its inclusion of an Nvidia RTX 3060 graphics card and Intel Core i5-11400F processor. Hardware inside this gaming PC also include 16GB of RAM and a 512GB M.2 SSD.
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Best Monitor Deals
Alienware AW3423DWF 34-Inch QD-OLED Gaming Monitor: now £789 at Dell (was £929)
One of our favorite gaming monitors and 5-star Editor's Choice award winner, the Alienware AW3423DWF has $200 knocked off of its usual retail price. With a Quantum Dot OLED display and an immersive 1800R curve on this 34-inch OLED panel, this gaming monitor destroys the competition with its motion clarity and picture quality.
AOC Gaming C32G2ZE 32-Inch Gaming Monitor: now £218 at Amazon (was £249)
Fast 240Hz gaming on a large 32-inch IPS panel. This screen from AOC has a 1ms response rate and a 1500R curve for extra immersion when you're adventuring in your favourite game.
AOC U34E2M Ultrawide Gaming Monitor: now £249 at Amazon (was £279)
A large 34-inch VA panel that has a crisp WQHD resolution and a 100Hz refresh rate. Although it might not have the best viewing angles due to the constraints of VA panels, the AOC U34E2M does have thin bezels and will allow you to see more of your games as long as the resolution of 3440x1440 is supported.
Best CPU Deals
Intel Core i3-12100F: now £88 at Box (was £101)
This last-gen 58/89W quad-core chip has eight threads, a 3.3GHz base clock, and a 4.3GHz boost clock. The chip supports DDR4-3200, and DDR5 4800, and has 12MB of L3 cache, but lacks an integrated GPU. An excellent value CPU for a budget PC gaming build.
AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D: now £369 at Amazon (was £428)
The AMD Ryzen 7 7800X3D uses Zen 4 architecture and supports PCIe 5.0. It comes with 8 cores and 16 threads. The base speed is 4.2GHz but it can reach as high as 5.0GHz with max boost enabled.
AMD Ryzen 7 5800X3D: Now £273 at Amazon (was £529)
In our review, we gave this CPU 4.5 stars and Editor's Choice award. This gaming champion CPU may be the last hurrah for the AM4 socket, but it delivers plenty of bang for your buck thanks to a 96MB L3 cache. Eight cores, 16 threads, a base clock of 3.4 GHz, and a boost up to 4.5 GHz make this a low-power (105W) but high-performance CPU.
Best Headset, Keyboard, and Mice Deals
Patriot Memory Viper V765: now £71 at Amazon (was £76
Gaming on a budget doesn't mean compromising. The sleek aluminum design and Kailh Box white switches make this an attractive and affordable package. The keyboard is IP56 water and dust-resistant, and features RGB effects without the need for software installation. We gave this keyboard four stars and an Editor's Choice award in our review.
SteelSeries Arctis Nova 1: now £39 at Amazon (was £59)
Good quality audio on a budget can be difficult, but the Arctis Nova 1 gives us a great budget gaming experience. Lightweight and slim, these headphones are comfortable and easy to wear. They can connect via Bluetooth or a 3.5mm wired connection, and provide noise cancelation.
Razer DeathAdder V3 Pro: now £129 at Box.co.uk (was £149)
This is our best wireless gaming mouse and for good reason. High customizable, lightweight and comfortable, the DeathAdder is perfect for e-sports. Connection options are USB, Bluetooth or via a Razer HyperSpeed 2.4GHz wireless dongle. No RGB means that this no-frills mouse is more about winning games, than looking cool.
Redragon Full-Size Mechanical Gaming Keyboard: now £36 at Amazon (was £42)
With a UK layout and 105 programmable keys, this full-size mechanical gaming keyboard from Redragon is a brilliantly priced keyboard for gamers on a budget. With Red mechanical switches ideal for gaming and typing, this keyboard also features full RGB via the Redragon software.
Logitech G915 TKL: now £129 at Amazon (was £199)
With $50 off the price, the lowest it has been since October 2020, Logitech's G915 is a solid workhorse for gamers and writers alike. With high-performance wireless, there is only a 1ms delay, but when speed is not of the essence it can also be used via Bluetooth. As you would expect there is RGB and 40 hours of battery life means you won't be constantly charging.
Razer Naga Trinity MMO mouse: now £80 at Amazon (was £88)
A fantastic mouse for any task, the Razer Naga Trinity comes with three side plates that enable you to configure your mouse for whatever game you're playing.
With a 12-button panel for MMO games like World of Warcraft and a 7-button panel for MOBA's like League of Legends the Naga Trinity has you covered.