This week’s PC gaming deals

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This week’s PC gaming deals

We like cheap PC components and accessories. But you know what we like even more? Expensive PC components and accessories that are on sale! Each week, we have our bargainmeisters bring you a list of the best component, accessory, and software sales for PC gamers.

Some highlights of this week: In the build up for StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty and Heart of the Swarm are each half off. There are a couple of low latency monitors on sale, one of which is 144hz. the Radeon R9 390X with a back plate has dropped below $400. Stardock is having a huge sale on nearly all of its games over at Green Man Gaming. Valkyria Chronicles has dropped to a measly $5, an absolute steal for a fantastic game. 

Hardware Deals

— The MSI Radeon R9 390X GPU with a back plate is down to $370 on Newegg after a $30 rebate.

— If you get two 8GB sticks (16GB total) of HyperX Fury DDR4 2133 RAM together, the price drops to $88 on Newegg.

— The Asus VE248Q 24” 1080p 2ms monitor is $159 on Amazon after a $20 rebate.

— Alternatively, the AOC G2770PQU 27” 144hz 1ms monitor is $304 on Amazon.

— The Turtle Beach Ear Force PX22 headset is down to $48 on Amazon

Game Deals

— In anticipation of StarCraft 2: Legacy of the Void, StarCraft 2: Wings of Liberty and StarCraft 2: Heart of the Swarm for $10 each on Amazon.

— Valkyria Chronicles, which we gave an 89/100 in our review last November, is only $5 on GamersGate.

— Killer is Dead - Nightmare Edition is $10 on Green Man Gaming.

— Green Man Gaming also has Stardock Bundle that contains eight games for $50. Or you can get Offworld Trading Company for $20, or Galactic Civilizations 3 for $25.

— And of course, we’re giving away Steam keys for Bionic Dues completely free.

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