The best Black Friday PC gaming deals

Black Friday is no longer just a day. It's not longer just a week. It's a state of mind: a day of deals stretched into an entire holiday season of sales, discounts, and special offers. Black Friday means weeks of deals on PC components like SSDs and cheap games on Steam. But it also means a whole lot of junk going on sale at prices that look great, until you realize you're saving money on something you shouldn't be buying in the first place.

When Black Friday 2017 rolls around and the shopping season officially begins on November 24, take some time to think before you buy. Here are our tips on what you should be buying this holiday season, and how to make sure you're getting a good deal.

Save big game purchases for the Steam Winter Sale

The holidays are the time for big AAA releases. They're also the time for Valve's annual winter sale on Steam, which slashes prices on thousands of games across the Steam library. Brand new big games rarely see big discounts, but you still might be able to save a few bucks. More importantly, games you've been waiting patiently to buy from spring and summer should see some heavy discounts. The longer you can wait to buy, the better the savings.

Also keep an eye on the sales on Amazon, GOG, and EA's Origin stores. You'll find deals there, too!

Storage and memory may be your chance for big savings

When it comes to PC components, there are some parts that rarely see big discounts. You're likely not going to score a price drop on an Intel processor, and that new graphics card you've been eying probably won't drop in price, either. But hard drives and SSDs? Those are going to have some great deals.

If you want bulk storage, keep an eye on Western Digital hard drives. Green drives aren't that fast, but they're perfectly fine for holding thousands of photos and other files. Speeds on SATA SSDs are pretty similar across the board, so as long as you buy one that's reliable, a Black Friday deal would be a good time to buy an SSD dedicated to your game library.

You may also see some good deals on RAM and power supplies. Again, make sure what you're buying is well-rated for reliability. If it has no reviews on sites like Amazon and Newegg, you may want to steer clear.

Check our buying guides for the best components

Black Friday deals usually aren't about getting the best. They're about getting the cheapest. Still, sometimes you get lucky. If you spot something from our hardware buying guides on sale, you know that it's both a good deal and a good product.

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Sometimes a Black Friday deal isn't actually a deal, because it's a crappy product that you shouldn't buy at any price. And sometimes a Black Friday deal isn't actually a deal, because it's not even a discount over that product's typical price! Prices on tend to fluctuate all the time, and a Black Friday discount could still see that price substantially above a typical Amazon dip. To make sure you're actually getting a good deal, price check your buy on CamelCamelCamel. If it regularly hits a lower price, save that purchase for later.

Below were our favorite deals from Black Friday last year. It's a good indicator of what hardware you can expect to go on sale this year in 2017, and what kind of discounts you're going to get. 

We'll be updating this list all throughout the sales with the best PCs, components, and peripherals you can buy. Note that UK deals are at the bottom of each section. For deals outside PC gaming, check out our sister site Techradar's comprehensive Best Black Friday deals guide.

Also, don't miss our roundup of the best Black Friday deals on PC games. We're updating this list constantly to track down new deals.

Storage (SSD, HDD, USB)

The best deal

The Samsung 850 Evo has been providing the perfect balance of performance, capacity and price for nearly two years now and at $130 from Amazon, the 500GB drive is at its lowest price yet.  


Samsung 850 Evo 500GB: $115, Amazon (save $50)

Samsung 850 Evo 500GB mSATA: $130, Newegg (save $50)

Crucial MX300 750 GB SATA SSD: $120, B&H (save $50). Currently out of stock but deal is still live. 

WD Black 5TB HDD:  $190 on Newegg (save $110). That's the cheapest we've ever seen a 5TB WD Black, and a lot of high-performance storage for the price. It's not as big of a discount, but you can also get a 1TB WD Black for $65 on Amazon

Adata S102 Pro 16GB USB 3.0 flash drive: $11, Newegg (save $14)

Kingston SSDNow UV400 480GB SSD: $115, Amazon (save $35)

Patazon USB External DVD/CD-RW combo drive: $18, Newegg (save $42). Every now and then, people still need an optical drive. Get an external drive like this and you can use it with any PC--and store it in a drawer the rest of the year.

Seagate HDD 4TB 64MB: $100, Amazon (save $15). Cheapest 4TB drive we've found. 

Seageate 3TB NAS HDD 64MB: $110, Newegg (save $41)

WD Blue 1TB SATA HDD 64MB: $49.99 (save $60)

SanDisk Ultra II 480GB: $99, Ebay (save $74)

SanDisk Ultra Fit 128GB USB 3.0 flash drive: $22.99, Amazon (save $17)

SanDisk 32GB Ultra Flair CZ73 USB 3.0 flash drive: $12, Newegg (save $8)

SanDisk 64GB Cruzer CZ36 USB 3.0 flash drive: $11.99, Newegg (save $14.50)

Tek Republic USB 3.0 card reader: $11, Newegg (save $22)

WD 4TB Black My Passport USB 3.0: $130, Newegg (save $31)


Crucial MX300 750 GB SSD: £106, Amazon (save £106)

Intel 600p 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD: £285, Overclockers.UK (save £15)

Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD: £150, Overclockers.UK (save £50). If you're staying with the SATA interface, the Samsung 850 EVO series are the best in both performance and price. Samsung has been leading the charge on SSDs. There's really no excuse anymore to boot Windows off a hard drive.

Kingston HyperX Fury 480GB SSD: £100, (save £26)

Graphics cards 

The best deal

If you want a graphics card that can do it all without breaking a sweat, you want at least a GTX 1070. It matches last year's GTX 980 Ti and knocks a couple hundred off the price. Zotac's GeForce GTX 1070 and the Asus GTX 1070 Turbo are the best deal we've found right now, at $370.

There's a a great deal on a GTX 1070 8GB card for £380, at Overclockers.UK. This is one of the  best deals we've seen in the UK for a GTX 1070. Expect to normally pay £40 above this price.


Asus Dual GeForce GTX 1070 (DUAL-GTX1070-O8G): $329, Jet (save $61) - the cheapest GTX 1070 we've seen all weekend. 

PNY GeForce GTX 1060 3GB: $160 after 20% promo code (DROP20), Jet, (save $50). Promo code expires 11/26 12:00am EST.

Asus GeForce GTX 1060 OC 3GB: $170 (after $30 MIR), Newegg, (save $50)

Asus GeForce GTX 1070 Turbo: $370, Amazon (save $40)

EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW: $440, Newegg (save $50)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 Windforce OC 6GB: $230 (after $15 MIR), Newegg, (save $30)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1070 Gaming: $385, Newegg (save $45)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Turbo: $590, Newegg (save $30)

MSI GeForce GTX 1080 Gaming 8G 8GB: $600 (after $20 MIR), Newegg (save $100)

Powercolor Red Devil Radeon RX 470 4GB: $155 (after $20 rebate card), Newegg(save $30). This is currently the lowest price on what we would consider the desired minimum level of graphics performance. The 470 should handle just about any game at 1080p with near-ultra settings.

Powercolor Red Devil Radeon RX 480 8GB: $230, Newegg (save $30)

Sapphire R9 Fury Nitro: $240, Newegg (save $70)

XFX Radeon RS RX 480 8GB: $210 (after $20 MIR), Newegg (save $50). The RX 480 is a great GPU to get if you're gaming at 1080p. It's got plenty of oomph to run things at high to max settings, and it's generally faster than the GTX 1060 in DX12 games.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1060 6GB Mini: $225, Newegg (save $25). At $225, the GTX 1060 is a great buy for those looking to build an entry to mid level gaming rig. Best part is, when you combine it with a G-Sync capable monitor, you'll get smooth frame rates even if you occasionally dip below 60 fps.

Zotac GeForce GTX 1070: $370, Newegg (save $60)

Zotac GeForce GTX 1080 Amp: $570, Newegg (save $70). The GTX 1080 is the best GPU on the market you can buy today. At sub $600 prices, they're the lowest they've been yet, with Founders Edition and some factory overclocked cards still going for $700 or more. If you've been holding out for a GTX 1080 sale, now is the time to score one.


EVGA GeForce GTX 1080 Founders Edition: £620, Overclockers.UK (save £80). Many places are now putting the Founders Edition Nvidia cards on sale, which is good since they're basically reference clocked cards with a blower cooling solution.

KFA2 GeForce GTX 1080 HOF: £620, Overclockers.UK (save £80)

Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Mini 2GB: £110, Overclockers.UK (save £16)

Palit GeForce GTX 1070 GameRock 8GB: £380, Overclockers.UK (save £40)

Sapphire Radeon RX 470 4GB: £150, Overclockers.UK (save £27)

XFX RX 480 Black Edition 8GB: £230, Overclockers.UK (save £30)


The best deal

Intel's Skylake CPUs and the Z170 chipset remain the best overall gaming solution for now, and the Asus Z170-A has proven quite capable in our testing, overclocking as well as many more costly boards.


ASRock Fatal1ty Z170 Professional Gaming: $150 (after $20 MIR), Newegg (save $80)

Asus Z170 Pro Gaming: $110 (after $20 rebate card), Newegg (save $45)

Asus Z170 Pro Gaming/Aura: $141, Newegg (save $25)

Asus Z170 ROG Maximus VIII Hero/Whetstone: $169 (after $30 rebate card), Newegg (save $60). One of our favorite go-to Z170 boards. Now is to the time to get a kick-ass ROG board if you're planning on overhauling your PC.

Biostar TA970 AM3+: $40 (after $10 MIR), Newegg (save $40)

Gigabyte GA-H110M-A: $47, Newegg (save $9)

MSI Gaming Z170A: $133 (after $20 rebate card), Newegg (save $47)

MSI Z170-A Pro: $100 (after $15 rebate), Amazon (save $45). Great starter Z170 board if you are looking to upgrade to 6th generation Intel and DDR4. 


AsRock Z170 Gaming K6: £150, Amazon (save £66)

Gigabyte GA-X99-Ultra Gaming-EK Socket 2011-3: £255, Overclockers.UK (save £70)

Gigabyte X99 Gaming 5P w/ Intel Core i7 6850K combo: £800, Overclockers.UK (save £100). This mobo and CPU deal is actually a great buy. Price is good for the combo deal and the 6850K is a fantastic high-end CPU. Don't forget to pick up a quad-channel memory kit!

MSI Z97 Gaming 3: £108, Amazon (save £52.50)


The best deal

Newegg is selling the Acer XG270HU 27-incher for $24% off at $380. The screen has a 1ms response time with a 144Hz refresh rate and FreeSync. Expires Saturday. 

In the UK, Overclockers has a great deal for the excellent Asus PG348Q ROG Swift 34-inch. It's an IPS G-Sync screen with a 100Hz refresh rate and 3440x1440 resolution. £980. (save £310)


Dell 27 Gaming Monitor (S2716DG) 2560 x 1440 144 Hz: $475, Dell ($325 savings) Note: Doesn't ship until January.

Acer 24-inch (K242HYL) 1920 x 1080: $90, Amazon (save $60)

Acer 35-inch curved (XZ350CU) 2560 x 1080: $500, Newegg (save $100) A huge display for a great price. Simple as.

Asus ROG Swift 27-inch curved (PG278Q) 2560x1440 144Hz 1ms with G-Sync: $649, Fry's (save $50) This offer hasn't risen since Friday but it's still a great price for one of the finest gaming monitors around.

Asus ROG Swift 34-inch curved (PG348Q) 3440x1440 IPS 100Hz with G-Sync: $1,050, Amazon (save $250). Price dropped another $50 since Black Friday!

Acer Predator 24-inch (XB241H) 1920x1080 144Hz with G-Sync: $350, Amazon (save $50). Unfortunately, G-Sync monitors still come with a premium of a few hundred dollars over their FreeSync brethren, but they're worth the price if you want a variable refresh rate while using an Nvidia GPU. This Acer Predator is ideal for fast-paced 1080p gaming, and while it's not a huge discount, $350 is the cheapest it's ever been.

Asus 27-inch (PB278Q) 2560x1440: $360, Newegg (save $140). Price dropped another $20 since Black Friday!

BenQ 35-inch (XR3501) 2560 x 1080, 144Hz: $600, Newegg (save $400)

Dell 24-inch (S2417DG) 2560x1440 165Hz with G-Sync: $360, Amazon (save $210)

Dell 24-inc (SE2416HX) 1920 x 1080: $100, Amazon (save $40) 

LG 34-inch (34UM88-P) 3440 x 1440, IPS, Freesync: $670, Amazon (save $330)


Asus 34-inch ROG Swift (PG348Q) 3440x1440, G-Sync, 100Hz: £980, Overclockers.UK (save £310) This is our favorite widescreen monitor for gaming, it supports G-Sync, and that IPS panel gives it great colors and viewing angles.

BenQ 21-inch (BL3200PT) VA 2560x1440: £390, Overclockers (save £110)

Dell 27-inch (S2716DG) 2560 x 1440, G-Sync, 144Hz: £489, Overclockers UK (save £60) 

LG 25-inch 21:9 ultrawide IPS 2560x1080: £150, Amazon (save £26)

Samsung 22-inch (S22D300H) 1920x1080: £80, Overclockers, UK (save £20)

Asus 24-inch (VS248HR) 1920x1080 + Asus Gladius Mouse: £115, Scan (save £33)

Asus 24-inch (VG248QW) 1920 x 1080, 144Hz + Asus Gladius Mouse: £230, Scan (save £50)

Desktop PCs

The best deal

Don't want to build your own? Amazon is running a good deal on a Core i7 6700 system from iBuypower for $1029. It has a GTX 1060 6GB, 8GB of RAM, 1TB HDD, and a swanky case to boot. Want something a little more affordable? The Core i5-6400 and 1060 3GB version is just $669.


Dell Alienware Aurora Core i5-6400 GTX 1070 1TB: $1,000, Dell (save $250)

Dell Alienware Aurora Core i7-6700 GTX 1070 256GB/1TB: $1,400, Dell (save $400)

Dell Inspiron Desktop Gamer Edition Core i7-6700 R9 360: $750, Dell (save $300)

Dell Inspiron Desktop Gamer Edition FX-8800P R9 360: $600, Dell (save $200)

Zotac NEN Steam Machine (ZBOX-SN970-P-U): $791, Amazon (save $188)

Zotac Zbox C Series (ZBOX-CI323NANO-U): $125, Amazon (save $25)

Zotac Zbox Magnus EN980 (ZBOX-EN980-U): $1,169, Amazon (save $431)


Dell UK has a 12% discount on many of its products until 28th November

Dell Black Friday XPS deals

Dell Black Friday Gaming deals

Dell Black Friday desktop deals

Laptops and tablets

The best deal

Gigabyte's P57Xv6 is a smoking notebook with a GTX 1070, Core i7-6700HQ, 128GB SSD, and 1TB HDD. If you want a great gaming laptop, get it while it's hot at $1379 on Newegg.

Amazon is also throwing a killer deal on an Asus ROG Strix 17.3 incher. It comes with the same specs as the MSI and is going for £1,100 in the UK.


ASUS FX502VM Core i5-6300HQ, GTX 1060: $1000, Amazon (save $250)

Apple 15.5" MacBook Pro, Core i7  2.2GHz, 16GB RAM, 256GB SSD (mid-2015): $1,819, MacMall (save $180)

Apple 12" MacBook, 8GB RAM, 256GB SSD Rose Gold (early-2016): $1,208, MacMall (save $91)

ASUS FX502VM, i5-6300HQ, GTX 1060 3GB, 1TB HDD, 16GB: $900, Amazon (save $350)

Dell Alienware 15 Core i7-6700HQ GTX 1070: $1,700, Dell (save $419)

Gigabyte P57Xv6-NE2 Core i7-6700HQ GTX 1070 128GB/1TB: $1,379, Newegg (save $320)

MSI GE62VR Apache Pro-021 Core i7-6700HQ GTX 1060: $1,288, Staples (save $212)

MSI GE62VR Core i7-6700HQ GTX 1060 256GB NVMe: $1,299 (after $70 MIR), iBuyPower (save $200)

MSI 17.3-inch GE72VR Apache Pro-023 GTX 1060: $1,339, Newegg (save $220)


Dell UK has a 12% discount on many of its products until 28th November

Dell Black Friday XPS deals

Dell Black Friday Gaming deals

Dell Black Friday laptop deals

Asus ROG Strix 17.3-inch i7-6700HQ GTX 1060: £1,100, Amazon (save £250)

Microsoft Surface Pro 4 12.3-inch Core i5-6300U: £729, Currys (save £230)

CPUs (Processors)


AMD FX-8350 (plus Deus Ex Mankind Divided): $140, Newegg (save $20)

Intel Core i7-6700K: $275, Ebay (save $55) $300, Newegg (save $40)
Kaby Lake and the Z270 platform are due out in early 2017, but they aren't likely to improve much over Skylake and Z170. Get the i7-6700K now for the lowest price we've seen since it launched last year.

Intel Core i7-6800K: $330, Microcenter (save $130) $380, Newegg (save $80)

Intel Core i7-6850K: $500, Newegg (save $110)


AMD FX-9590: £173, CCL  (save £27)

Intel Core i7-6800K: £420, Overclockers.UK (save £30)

Intel Core i7-5820K: £360, Overclockers.UK (save £30)


US deals:

Corsair Carbide Series 300R Compact ATX: $70, Corsair (save $40)

Corsair Carbide Series SPEC-01 Mid Tower: $40, Amazon (save $10)

NZXT Noctis 450 ATX mid-tower: $110 with Promo Code 'BF118,' NZXT (save $30)

NZXT H440: $105 with Promo Code 'BF116', NZXT (save $15)

NZXT S340: $60 with Promo Code 'BF117', NZXT (save $10)

NZXT H440 Razer: $120 with Promo Code 'BF123', NZXT (save $30)

Rosewill Stryker M ATX Mid Tower: $30 (after $20 rebate card), Newegg (save $40)

Rosewill BlackHawk Ultra Full Tower: $160 (after $30 rebate card), Newegg (save $30)

ThermalTake Overseer RX-I ATX Full Tower: $63 (after $30 rebate card), Newegg (save $37)

UK deals:

BitFenix Colossus M Mini ITX: £25, Overclockers (save £40)

Fractal Design Define Nano S Mini-ITX: £46, Overclockers.UK (save £12)

In Win 8.O.S.S micro-ATX Cube: £199.99, Overclockers UK (save £120)

NZXT Source 340: £58, Amazon (save £12)

NZXT H440: £99, Amazon (save £26)

NZXT Phantom 410: £80, Amazon (save £18)

Rosewill Viper Z ATX Mid Tower:  £57, Newegg (save £40)

ThermalTake Core X2 Micro-ATX £75, Overclockers.UK (save £20)



Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2133: $80, Newegg (save $8)

G.Skill Ripjaws X Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR3-1600: $75, Newegg (save $23)

Team Dark 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2400: $65, Newegg (save $25)


Axevir Core Green Series 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2400: £75, Overclockers.UK (save £35)

Axevir Core White Series 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-2400: £130, Overclockers.UK (save £70)

Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3200: £105, Overclockers.UK (save £15)

Kingston Fury Black 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2400: £80, Overclockers.UK (save £19)

Team Group Dark T-Force 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-2400: £83, Overclockers.UK (save £27)

Team Group Dark 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4-3000: £75, Overclockers.UK (save £24)

Peripherals and accessories

The best deal

Those in the UK looking to put your bottoms on a great gaming chair (one we're testing and feels great), check out a deal on the Vertagear S-Line SL2000 at £150, Overclockers.UK (save £50). It's got very high quality construction. We like it!


Steam Link: $20, Amazon (save $30) Currently out of stock but offer is still available. Also available direct via Steam

Blue Microphones Yeti USB Mic: $90, Newegg (save $40) The Yeti is hands down our favorite USB microphone and is very often recommended by professional streamers. 

The Razer DeathAdder Chroma is still one of our favorite gaming mice, and it's available on Amazon for $48 this week, which is $22 off the usual price. Its 6400 CPI optical sensor is great, and the shape is simply the best around no matter how you hold a mouse. 

The Logitech G502 Proteus Spectrum mouse: $40, Amazon (save $40)

G-Cube Illuminated Mechanical G3 keyboard: $55, Newegg (save $95)

G.Skill Ripjaws KM780R RGB mechanical keyboard: $90, Newegg (save $70)

Logitech G910 Orion Spark: $90, Amazon (save $90)

Logitech G610 Orion Red: $60, Amazon (save $60). This Logitech Orion particular is one of our favorites. It's a top-end keyboard without the top-end price tag.

Razer Diamondback Chroma Ambidextrous: $38, Amazon (save $52). Great deal on this top quality mouse at the moment at 58% off. 

Roccat Nyth Modular MMO Mouse: $80, Newegg (save $40). Comes with free mousepad.

Roccat Tyon Gaming Mouse: $50, Newegg (save $50). Comes with free mousepad.

Thrustmaster T.16000M FCS HOTAS Controller: $110 on Amazon (save $20).

Logitech HD Pro Webcam C920: $52, Amazon (save $15)


Steam Link: £16, Steam (save £25)

Logitech MK270 keyboard and mouse combo: £13.79, Amazon (save £8)

Razer Abyssus V2 mouse: £38, Amazon (save £20) 

Razer BlackWidow Ultimate 2014 keyboard: £85, Amazon (save £55)

Razer BlackWidow Essential mechanical keyboard: £60, Amazon (save £40)

Razer DeathAdder Chroma mouse: £55, Amazon (save £20) 

Vertagear Racing Series S-Line SL2000 Gaming Chair: £150, Overclockers.UK (save £50) 

Power supplies

The best deal

The best gaming PC in the world is a paperweight if it loses power, and if you have a cheap power supply there's a risk it will fail and take the rest of your PC with it. Rosewill's Quark 750W is 80 Plus Platinum and is an excellent bargain. If you want to save some money, the Rosewill Capstone G 650W is 80 Plus Gold and also worth a look.


Corsair CX650M 650W 80 Plus Bronze: $65, Newegg (save $25)

EVGA 430W 80 Plus (100-W1-0430-KR): $10 (after $20 MIR), Newegg (save $25)

EVGA Supernova 650W 80 Plus Gold: $70, Newegg (save $30)

EVGA Supernova 820W 80 Plus Bronze: $60 (after $30 MIR), Newegg (save $30). This is a great PSU from EVGA, and we're using its ridiculously powerful T2 Supernova in our LPC!

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 80 Plus Bronze: $50 (after $20 rebate), Newegg (save $40)

Rosewill Hive-750 80 Plus Bronze: $35 (after $30 rebate), Newegg (save $85)

Rosewill Capstone G 650W 80 Plus Gold: $45 (after $30 MIR), Newegg (save $65)

Rosewill RBR1000-MS 1000W semi-modular: $60 (after 30 MIR), Newegg (save $110)

Rosewill Photon 550W 80 Plus Gold: $40 (after $30 MIR), Newegg (save $70)

Rosewill Quark 750W 80 Plus Platinum: $90 (after $30 rebate card), Newegg (save $65)

Rosewill Quark 850W 80 Plus Platinum: $110 (after $20), Newegg (save $70)

Rosewill Valens 700W 80 Plus Gold: $40 (after $30 MIR), Newegg (save $60)

Thermaltake Toughpower Digital 750W 80 Plus Gold: $60 (after $30 MIR), Newegg ($90)

Thermaltake Toughpower 750W 80 Plus Gold: $55 (after $25 MIR), Newegg (save $55)

Thermaltake 850W 80 Plus Gold: $70 (after $30 MIR), Newegg (save $60)


Corsair CX750 80 Plus Bronze: £60, Amazon (save £30)

Corsair CS750M 80 Plus Gold: £105, Amazon (save £20)

Corsair CS650M 80 Plus Gold: £65, Amazon (save £40)

Thermaltake TR2 600W 80 Plus Gold: £64, Amazon (save £14)

Audio (headphones and speakers)


Audio-Technica Professional Monitor (ATH-M20X) headphones: $25, Ebay (save $24)

Sennheiser PC350 Special Edition: $78, Newegg (save $80). The PC350 from Sennheiser deal is a great one that's hard to beat. Great audio from one of the best headphone brands in the world. Expires Sunday.

Sennheiser PC360 Special Edition gaming headset: $100, Amazon (save $100)

Klipsch RB-10 bookshelf speaker: $130, Newegg (save $120)
The Klipsch RB-10 makes for some kick-ass PC speakers if you have an amp or receiver that can power them.

Klipsch Quintet V 5-channel home theater system: $250, Newegg (save $350)

Logitech UE Boom Bluetooth speaker: $100, Amazon (save $100)

Polk Audio Monitor60 Series II floorstanding loudspeaker: $120, Newegg (save $180)

Harman Kardon SOHOi on-ear headphones: $40, Amazon (save $160)

Bose SoundSport In-Ear Headphones: $40, Best Buy (save $60)

Skullcandy Hesh 2 Wireless Over-the-Ear Headphones: $50, Best Buy (save $50)

Bose SoundLink around-ear wireless headphones: $230, Amazon (save $50)

SteelSeries Siberia 800 Wireless Gaming Headset: $200, Amazon (save $100)

Turtle Beach Ear Force Z11: $17, Amazon (save $8)

SteelSeries Siberia 650 Gaming Headset: $150, SteelSeries direct (save $50)


Turtle Beach Ear Force Recon 50X 2.0 headset: £27, Currys (save £3)

Bose SoundTrue II Headphones: £79, Currys (save £61), £80, John Lewis (save £60)

Philips SHB8850NC wireless headphones: £35, Argos (save £55)

Bose SoundTrue II Headphones: £79, Currys (save £61)

Philips SHB8850NC wireless headphones: £35, Argos (save £55)

Sennheiser Momentum 2.0 On Ear Headphones: £199, Argos (save £70)

Beats Solo 2 Wireless Headphones: £150, Argos (save £85)

SONY MDR-ZX770BNL wireless headphones: £80, Currys (save £20)

Beats PowerBeats 2 Wireless Sports Headphones: £100, Argos (save £35) 

Sony Wireless Radio Frequency Headphones: £35, Amazon (save £25)

AKG N60NC Foldable Active noise-cancelling headphones: £190, Amazon (save £41)



Asus TM-AC1900 wireless router: $60 (promo code WIFI40), T-Mobile (save $50)

Fujitsu FI-7160 printer: $860, Newegg (save $335)

Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 printer: $420, Newegg (save $40)

Linksys EA7300 Max Stream AC1750 router: $100, Linksys (save $50)**

Linksys EA9500 Max Stream AC5400 router: $280, Linksys (save $150)**

Linksys RE7000 Max Stream AC1900 range extender: $80, Linksys (save $90)**

Linksys WRT1900ACS Smart router: $144, Amazon (save $106). This just came in at a newer low price than a few hours ago. One of the best Linksys routers on the market.

Linksys WUSB6100M Max Stream AC600 micro USB adapter: $40, Linksys (save $30)

Netgear R7000 Nighthawk AC1900 Smart router: $120, Newegg (save $80)

Netgear R7500 Nighthawk AC2350 router: $135, Amazon (save $85)

Netgear R7800 Nighthawk X4S AC2600 Smart router: $200, Newegg (save $100)

Netgear R8000-100NAS Nighthawk X6 AC3200 router: $250, Newegg (save $50)

 TP-Link AC3150 router: $140, Amazon (save $60)

TP-Link DOCSIS 3.0 (16x4) cable modem: $60, Amazon (save $30)

** NOTE: Comes with free Linksys WUSB6300 AC1200 Wireless-AC USB adapter.


TP-Link Archer AC3200 router: £115, Amazon (save £55)

TP-Link RE200 AC750 wifi range extender: £18, Amazon (save £32)

ASUS RT-AC68U AC1900 router: £100, PCWorld (save £50)


The best deal

This year's Black Friday is crazy good for 4K TVs. There's no reason to buy a 1080p screen.

If you can wing it, the LG 55-inch 4K OLED is the best TV out there. OLED produces an amazing picture, and right now Amazon is basically running it at 55% off.

For a great steal, LG's 55-inch 4K at Newegg for $500 is an incredible price. It's got a great picture and LG's smart TV features are great too.

Our best budget pick out of all the deals is the 43-inch 4K LG UH6030 for $300. It's got good reviews and a killer price. Deal ends today.

Meanwhile in the UK, Amazon are selling this 60-inch 4K and HDR compatible model for £871—that's  £529  off


LG 55-inch 4K Smart OLED TV (2016 model): $1,997, Amazon (save $2,003)

LG Signature 55-inch 4K OLED + LG Blu-ray: $2,000, Dell (save $2,060)

LG 55-inch 4K LED TV (2016 model): $997, Amazon (save $803)

Samsung 55-inch curved 4K TV: $700, Dell (save $800)

LG 55-inch 4K Smart LED TV (2016 model): $500, Newegg, (save $250)

LG 43-inch 4K Smart LED TV: $300, Newegg (save $147)

Samsung 65-inch curved 4K Smart LED TV: $1,598, Amazon (save $400)

Samsung 54.6-inch curved 4K Smart LED TV: $700, Best Buy (save $300)

Samsung 54.6-inch curved 4K Smart LED HDR TV: $1,000, Best Buy (save $400)

Samsung 49-inch 6500 series curved 4K Smart LED TV: $547, Walmart (save $553)

Vizio 65-inch 4K Smart LED TV: $848, Walmart (save $450)

Vizio 60-inch 4K TV M60-D1: $900, Dell (save $350)


LG 60-inch 4K LED TV:  £871, Amazon (save £529)

LG 55-inch 4K OLED TV: £1,999, Currys (save £800)

LG 55-inch 4K LED TV: £899, Currys (save £500)

LG 49-inch 4K LED TV: £699, Currys (save £380)

LG 49-inch 49UH668V Smart 4K HDR TV: £499, Currys (save £300)

LG 58-inch 4K Smart LED TV: £669, Argos (save £430)

LG 50-inch 4K Smart LED TV: £479, Argos (save £370)

LG 55-inch 4K Smart TV: £600, Amazon (save £400)

Panasonic TX-40DX600N LED TV: £429, Amazon (save £120)

Samsung 55-inch 4K Smart LED TV: £979, Currys (save £400)

Samsung 55-inch curved 4K TV: £849, Currys (save £400)

Samsung 55-inch Smart 4K UHD TV: £979, Currys (save £420)

Samsung 49-inch curved 4K TV: £699, Currys (save £250)

Techwood 65-inch LED 4K TV: £539, eBay (save £60)

Samsung 50-inch Smart 4K UHD TV: £449, Currys (save £200)

Samsung 40-inch Smart 4K TV: £349, John Lewis (save £250)

Samsung 55-inch Smart 4K HDR TV: £599, John Lewis (save £400)

Sony 55-inch Smart 4K HDR TV: £849, Argos (save £450)

Sony 49-inch Smart 4K HDR TV: £649, Argos (save £350)

Gamepads and controllers

Microsoft Xbox One controller: $40, Microsoft Store (save $25)

Sony Dual Shock 4 wireless: $40, Best Buy (save $30). The Sony Dual Shock 4 controller is our favorite controller to use with the PC.

Steam controller + carrying case: $35, Amazon (save $14)



HTC Vive VR system: $700 + $100 store credit, Microsoft Store (save $200). Microsoft is besting both Amazon and Newegg on the HTC Vive. You get a straight $100 discount off the headset, and $100 to spend on games or whatever else on the Microsoft store.

Maker Select 3D printer v2: $260, Monoprice (save $70). One of the better options for 3D printing on a budget.

Dell Tek backpack 17-inch gray-yellow: $35, Dell (save $25)

Feather Feel 18-inch messenger bag: $100, Amazon (save $300)

Rosewill 1800W induction cooktop w/ steel pot: $59, Newegg (save $41)


Google Chromecast: £20, John Lewis (save £10)

Fire TV Stick: £25, Amazon (save £10)

Google Chromecast: £18, Currys (save £12)

Skyrim Jumper: £29.99, GAME (save £5), GAME's other deals can be found here

PC Gamer Magazine

This Black Friday weekend you can subscribe to PC Gamer, the world's number one PC games magazine—at a fantastically low price. 

Whether you buy it for yourself, or make a gift of the subscription, you'll be treated to our award-winning coverage. That means in-depth reviews, exclusive features, rigorous hardware testing, and lots more you won't find on our website.

For subscribers in the United States, you can save 80% and get a year of PC Gamer Magazine for less than $20 when you subscribe this Black Friday weekend! 

For those of you in the United Kingdom, you can save 43% and get a year of PC Gamer for only £45!

A year's subscription includes 13 issues, and comes with the allure of never having to leave home again.

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