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: 'Tis the season and Black Friday is almost upon us, meaning lots more good stuff is going on sale. For starters, a downright absurd number of new releases are already on sale, including Fallout 4, Star Wars: Battlefront, Assassin's Creed: Syndicate, and more. We've also started seeing the hardware sales begin, as Newegg has put up a whole list of Black Friday deals. You can already get 8GB of RAM for only $30, a great CPU cooler for less than that, and there will be a whole lot more to come this week.
You can find our full list of the best Black Friday deals here, which we will continue updating all week. Looking for more deals on gadgets, TVs and tech? Check out the best Black Friday deals on TechRadar.
— Newegg has started its early Black Friday sales, which you can see here.
— The Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO, one of our favorite CPU coolers, is even cheaper this week, at $27 on Amazon.
— One 8GB stick of PNY Performance DDR3 1600MHz RAM is only $30 on Amazon.
— The Corsair Carbide Series 200R mid tower case is $51 on Amazon.
— The Mionix NAOS 7000 gaming mouse is at its lowest price yet, $49.49 on Amazon.
— The Logitech G430 gaming headset is half off, at $40 on Amazon.
— Star Wars: Battlefront is already down to $50 on Green Man Gaming.
— Another new release, Assassin’s Creed: Syndicate is way down to $38 on Green Man Gaming.
— Outlast is still only $5 on Amazon.
— The Battlefield Bundle, which includes Battlefield 4 and Battlefield Hardline, is $25 on Amazon.
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