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The best Amazon Prime Day PC gaming deals

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Amazon Prime Day deals 2021

As we enter the second 24 hours of the confusingly singular Amazon Prime Day, you'll be delighted to know that you haven't left it too late—there are still plenty of deals to be had. Whether you're looking for a full PC, a monitor, choice peripherals, or eyeing up a full system upgrade, there are still more than enough deals to go around.

To get the most from Prime Day you are going to need Amazon Prime membership to get access to the juiciest of deals that fall from Jeff Bezos' table. The good news is that Prime Day is a lot earlier this year, so you should be able to bag a month-long free trial now and still be able to jump on a second free trial around Black Friday and Christmas later in the year. Y'know, for all those last-minute, next-day delivery presents you always need.

Despite entering the second day of the consumer holiday, there are still plenty of bargains to be picked up. And this is despite the worldwide component shortage, which has meant graphics card are nowhere to be found, but the rest of the market is in surprisingly rude health. If you have been aiming at picking up a whole new system, there are deals for gaming PCs that use the latest GPUs as well.

The biggest discounts around PC gaming hardware this year have been on SSDs, monitors, and peripherals. Big names like Razer and Logitech have seen some serious savings in particular, so if you want to give your gaming machine a new lease of life, it's a great time to upgrade your keyboard, mouse, and headset. It's not a bad idea to upgrade your PC with the latest speedy M.2 NVMe SSDs while you're at it.

We'll continue to dig out the best deals for you and keep this list up to date, so be sure to check back later.

The best Amazon Prime Day deals

iBuyPower Same Day RDY gaming PCs | Delivery 3 days
Gaming PCs are you best bet for getting your hands on the latest hardware, but that can still lead to month-long waits for your rig to arrive. iBuyPower's Same Day RDY gaming PCs, however, are pre-configured, pre-built machines that it can ship out normally within three days. These gaming PCs—from GTX 1660 Super systems to RX 6900 XT and RTX 3090 machines—represent the absolute fastest way of getting a brand new rig right now.View Deal

Samsung 980 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD | 2TB| PCIe 4.0 | $429.99 $329.99 at Amazon (save $100)
The Samsung 980 Pro is one of the better Gen4 NVMe SSDs you can find. It's a next-gen SSD with outstanding read/write speeds along with hardware-based AES 256-bit encryption. Now that it's $100 off, it makes this expensive high capacity SSD a far more attractive proposition.

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Acer ED323QUR | 32-inch | 144Hz | 1440p | $339.00 $299.99 at Amazon (save $39.01)
The Acer ED323QUR was already pretty affordable for a curved gaming screen. It's also hitting that 144Hz/1440p sweet spot you want for gaming. Now that this sizable curved monitor is selling for under $300, you can embrace the curved gaming monitor life without spending curved gaming monitor money.
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LG Ultragear | 1440p | 165Hz | HDR10 | $349.99 $249.99 at Walmart (save $100)
It's pretty wild what you can get for under $300 nowadays. The LG Ultragear offers specs we love to see: 1440p and 165Hz. The speed to deliver a smooth experience and a competitive edge combined with the fidelity of 1440p. HDR10 is simply icing on the cake.View Deal

Logitech G502 Lightspeed | Wireless | 14.2 oz | 25K Hero | $149.99 $94.99 at Amazon (Save $55)
From its tunable weight, awesome sensor, and a multitude of practically placed buttons, to its unlockable scroll wheel (trust me it's more fun than it sounds), this mouse is one of the greats. You wouldn't regret the decision to buy a G502 Lightspeed at full price, let alone with a third off MSRP.View Deal

Acer Predator XB271HU| 27-inch | 1440p | 144Hz | IPS | $599.99 $419.99 at Amazon (save $180)
At least one PC Gamer editor uses this exact monitor every day (and bought it for almost $500, not $420). It's got a thin bevel, vibrant IPS panel, and G-Sync support. Pair it with something in the RTX 2060 or 2070 range.

Crucial P5 | PCIe 3.0 | 500GB | $79.99 $47.49 at Amazon (save $32.50)
All that noise about a crypto-based SSD shortage? Yeah, a speedy 500GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD discounted to less than $100 should ease any concerns about that being a reality. The Crucial P5 can't hold a candle to the best PCIe 4.0 drives when it comes to synthetic performance, but when you throw some games at it you won't notice a tangible difference in actual real-world performance.View Deal

Intel Core i7 10700KF | 8 cores | 16 threads | 5.1GHz Max | $361 $239 at Amazon (save $122)
This is the cheapest Intel's Comet Lake i7 has been, and if you're dropping it into a gaming PC then you won't mind the missing integrated graphics. They're rubbish anyway. But the CPU isn't, in fact, the basic silicon has been ably propping up the PCG test rig for the last year or so.View Deal

Razer BlackShark V2 | Wired headset | 12–28,000Hz| $99.99 $75.99 at Amazon (save $24)
The Razer BlackShark V2, aka our favorite gaming headset, might be the best $100 headset on the market. Its 50mm TriForce Titanium drivers do an excellent job at separating bass, mid, and treble tones for some clean, rich sound. It was $80 earlier today, but now it has dropped even further to $76. View Deal

Razer DeathAdder v2 | Wired | ‎82 g | 20K DPI | $69.99 $37.99 at Amazon (Save $32)
The DeathAdder v2 typically goes for $50–$70, and that big price tag has been our primary criticism of an otherwise excellent gaming mouse, so it's a great one to pick up on sale. Whatever grip you use, this is a great mouse. View Deal

Alienware Aurora R10 | Ryzen 7 5800 | RTX 2060 Super | $1,869.99 $1,499.99 at Dell (save $370)
Were graphics cards more plentiful it would be tough to recommend a $1,500 gaming PC with just an RTX 2060 Super inside it, but that is the only weak point in this otherwise excellent setup. The eight-core, 16-thread Ryzen is a great chip, and the 32GB DDR4-3200 RAM, paired with the 1TB NVMe SSD, makes this a quality productivity machine. You'll want a new GPU sooner rather than later, but everything else is good for a long while.View Deal

LG CX OLED | 48-inch | 4K | webOS | $1,499.99 $1,299.99 at Best Buy (save $200)
With an OLED screen, HDMI 2.1 connections, G-Sync and FreeSync compatibility, and a native 120Hz refresh rate, the LG CX is getting closer to being the perfect PC gaming TV. And at 48-inches it means you get a tight pixel pitch at 4K too.View Deal

Ausdom AF640 webcam | 1080p | $69.99 $39.99 at Amazon (save $30)
Last year it wasn't possible to find a webcam. Period. Nowadays, things are starting to return to the absurdly competitive and oversupplied situation of yesteryear. That means more webcams from less recognizable brands, and, importantly, often for cheap. This Ausdom webcam looks as much a webcam as any and is currently 43% off.View Deal

Echo Dot (4th Gen) | $49.99 $24.99 at Amazon (save $25)
The wee Echo Dot is now exactly half price, giving you the tiny smart speaker for an absolute bargain price. That makes it either a great additional speaker for your home Echo setup, or gives you the option to pick up a pair from the off to really get your room-by-room audio setup sorted for a bargain price.View Deal

Echo (4th Gen) | $99.99 $59.99 at Amazon (save $40)
The bigger sibling of the Echo Dot is also seeing a chunky discount this Prime Day, with a 40% slice cut out of its main price. You could bag one of these, plus one of the little Echo Dot speakers for less than the cost of a single one of the Amazon Echo smart speakers outside of Prime Day.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day gaming laptop deals

Asus TUF Dash F15 | RTX 3060 | 1TB SSD | 11th Gen Core i7 | $1,999 $1,499 at Newegg (save $500)
Big savings on this 30-Series laptop, with 35W Intel Tiger Lake CPU, and a (frankly superfluous) 40GB of RAM. If you're feeling techy you can make a profit selling on the 32GB SODIMM, and replace it with an 8GB one—16GB is more than enough for this config, and the actual 16GB version is $1,700 at the moment. The battery life may not be the best, but it's a thin and light laptop with a 144Hz screen for under $1,500. Win.View Deal

Dell G15 | RTX 3060 | Intel Core i7 | 512GB NVMe SSD | 1080p 120Hz | $1,428.99 $1,126.99 at Dell (save $302)
The Dell G15 is a great entry-level gaming laptop that excels in 1080p gaming. While the 512GB NVMe SSD isn't the biggest you'll still benefit from decreased load times and overall fast speeds that make HDDs look as fast as snails. View Deal

ASUS ROG Strix Scar 15 | RTX 2070 Super | 1TB SSD | Intel Core i9 | $2,499.99 $1,899.99 at Newegg (save $600)
It may sound like a little much for a laptop with an RTX 2070 Super, but we're living in strange times. The ROG Strix Scar 15 is a decent laptop that's sure to pump out great frames at 1080p, regardless of its previous generation GPU. There may not be a webcam, but with a 300Hz screen and 1TB of storage, it's sure to scratch that gaming itch.View Deal

Asus ROG Zephyrus M15 |RTX 2060 | 1TB SSD | 4K 60Hz | $1,550 $1,249.99 at Best Buy (save $300)
The Zephyrus M15 is a great midrange 1080p gaming laptop with a gorgeous 4K display to boot despite having a last-gen GPU. If you're someone who cares more about resolution than framerate, this is the laptop for you. View Deal

Asus Zenbook 14 | 14-inch | Ryzen 5 | Nvidia MX450 | $719.99 $569.99 at Best Buy (save $150)
This is ostensibly another office notebook, but it does have that GeForce MX450 GPU inside it. That's not really a gaming chip, but it will deliver a certain about of graphical power if you cut your settings and pick your games right. The 8GB RAM and 256GB SSD though might be a deal-breaker on this otherwise impressively affordable laptop.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day gaming PC deals

iBuyPower Same Day RDY gaming PCs | Delivery 3 days
Gaming PCs are you best bet for getting your hands on the latest hardware, but that can still lead to month-long waits for your rig to arrive. iBuyPower's Same Day RDY gaming PCs, however, are pre-configured, pre-built machines that it can ship out normally within three days. These gaming PCs—from GTX 1660 Super systems to RX 6900 XT and RTX 3090 machines—represent the absolute fastest way of getting a brand new rig right now.View Deal

Alienware Aurora R12 | Core i7 11700F | RTX 3080 | $2,489.99 $2,199.99 at Dell (save $290)
The Rocket Lake Intel i7 isn't the most popular of Core CPUs, but it will still make for a great gaming PC, especially when paired with that RTX 3080 from Nvidia. That's a true drool-worthy GPU, and with nearly $300 off the list price that makes this a genuinely tempting offer. The RX 6700 XT machine from iBuyPower isn't far off this price, and will be significantly slower in-game, though it is available much sooner than the August 2 delivery from Dell. View Deal

iBuyPower Gaming RDY EMRRR206 | Ryzen 7 3700X | Radeon RX 6700 XT | $2,039 $1,899 at iBuyPower (save $140)
This system is built around an AMD Radeon RX 6700 XT and an 8-core, 16-thread AMD Ryzen 7 3700X. Not the most recent chip in AMD's CPU arsenal, but still a powerful offering all the same and here it's cooled by a 120mm AIO. The rest of the specification is solid too, with 16GB of RAM and the killer combo of a 512GB SSD drive for the OS being joined by a 1TB hard drive for that ever-growing Steam library. View Deal

iBuyPower Creator RDY LCIIBR203 | Intel Core i9 | Radeon RX 6900 XT | $3,799 $3,599 at iBuyPower (save $200)
The second system is the stuff of dreams, with the AMD Radeon TX 6900 XT being paired alongside Intel's latest Core i9 11900KF. That chip is kept chilled by a 240mm ARGB liquid cooler and is held in a Lian Li Lancool One RGB chassis. You're looking at 32GB of DDR-3200MHz RAM and a 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD in that system too. This as the name suggests, this is aimed more at creators, but even so, we gamers can dream too.View Deal

Alienware Aurora R10 | Ryzen 9 5900 | RTX 3080 | $2,919.99 $2,689.99 at Dell (save $230)
This machine is pretty much the best of the best. The 12-core Ryzen 9 5900 is only slightly lower clocked than our absolute favorite CPU, the 5900X, and the Nvidia RTX 3080 is definitely our favorite graphics card. It's just all but impossible to find right now. Except if you buy a pre-built machine, like this one from Alienware. With $230 off the sticker price, it's also kind of a deal.View Deal

Alienware Aurora R10 | Ryzen 7 5800 | RX 5600 | $1,409.99 $1,199.99 at Dell (save $210)
The Ryzen-based Alienware Aurora machines use the same stylish chassis as their Intel cousins, but come filled with AMD goodness. This PC in particular is an all-AMD system, with the eight-core, 16-thread 5800 and 6GB RX 5600 graphics card backing it up. That's good for 1080p gaming and the 16GB dual channel DDR4-3200 RAM helps make it a decent workstation too. Though that 1TB HDD is going to need a serious update, and soon.View Deal

Alienware Aurora R10 | Ryzen 7 5800 | RTX 3060 Ti | $1,889.99 $1,659.99 at Dell (save $230)
This RTX 3060 Ti-toting gaming PC actually isn't a bad price with this discount. We've seen RTX 2060 Super machines retailing for close to this, which would be materially worse for gaming. The eight-core, 16-thread Ryzen is a great chip, and the 16GB DDR4-3200 RAM, paired with the 1TB NVMe SSD, makes this a quality productivity machine too.View Deal

Dell G5 gaming desktop | Core i5 10400F | GTX 1660 Super | $929,99 $779.99 at Dell (save $150)
First up, this machine is going to need some work doing to make it a great rig, but it's not a bad base to build from. The Intel 10400F is a decent budget six-core, 12-thread CPU, and the GTX 1660 Super is a good 1080p GPU from the last generation. What's not so great is the single stick of 8GB RAM and the miserly 256GB SSD. Both those will need replacing.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Gaming Monitor deals

Sceptre | 49-inch |120Hz | 32:9 | $1,299.97 $799.99 at Amazon (save $499.98)
Sceptre is a display company out of California, and with this 49-inch ultrawide it's delivering a specs list to rival any. We're talking 120Hz, AMD FreeSync, a 5120 x 1440 resolution, and a 32:9 aspect ratio. Ideal for gaming and working, all at the same time.View Deal

BenQ EW3280U | 32-inch | 4K | 60Hz | $799.99 $599.99 at Amazon (save $200)
The BenQ EW3280U doesn't quite have the speed of most gaming monitors today, but it has the fidelity required for superbly detailed gaming. A steady 60fps at 4K is the best you're going to get with a good few of today's GPUs, regardless, so perhaps its refresh rate won't bothersome. It's also an IPS panel, for top color reproduction, and it's now $30 lower than it was earlier today.View Deal

ViewSonic XG3220 | 32-inch | 4K | 60Hz | VA | $509.99 $399.99 at Amazon (save $110)
The ViewSonic offers a solid all-round 4K experience. It doesn't quite have the vibrance of an IPS panel, but there's still a lot to love here, such as a 5ms response time, HDR10 support, and FreeSync. If you're just breaking into 4K gaming with a new graphics card, the ViewSonic is a good way to go about it without breaking budget.View Deal

Acer ED323QUR | 32 inch |144Hz | 1440p | $339 $299.99 at Amazon (save $39)
The Acer ED323QUR was already pretty affordable for a curved gaming screen. It's also hitting that 144Hz/1440p sweet spot you want for gaming. Now that this sizable curved monitor is selling for under $400, you can embrace the curved gaming monitor life without spending curved gaming monitor money.
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LG Ultragear | 1440p | 165Hz | HDR10 | $349.99 $249.99 at Walmart (save $100)
It's pretty wild what you can get for under $300 nowadays. The LG Ultragear offers specs bang in the PC gaming sweet spot: 1440p and 165Hz. The speed to deliver a smooth experience and a competitive edge combined with the fidelity of 1440p. HDR10 is simply icing on the cake.View Deal

ViewSonic Elite XG270Q | 27-inch | 1440p | 165Hz | IPS | $484.99 $355.99 at Amazon (save $129)
This is a monitor we've used on team plenty in the past. Perhaps its most standout feature is the stunning IPS panel, which makes games look gorgeous, but there's more to it than just that. It's super swift at 165Hz, and a 1ms response time ensures the image stays crisp even at high frame rates. It's not quite the deal the LG above is, but if you prefer a mix of color, vibrance, and speed, this is a good pick.View Deal

Acer KA272U | 27-inch | 1440p | 75Hz | FreeSync | $249.99 $195.49 at Amazon (save $54.50)
This isn't a gaming monitor, per se, but a 75Hz refresh rate and 1440p resolution will see you happily gaming with a decent blend of fidelity and frames anyways. Again, the LG feels like a better buy, but if you fancy a cheaper option with the same screen real estate, the Acer is an option.View Deal

Acer K242HYL | 23.8-inch | 75Hz | 1080p | FreeSync | $139.99 $129.99 at Amazon (save $10)
This Acer gaming monitor offers a slight advantage over your run-of-the-mill 1080p panel. It's not the fastest by any means, but 75Hz is a notable improvement over the standard 60Hz refresh rate, and FreeSync support helps keep your gaming PC and monitor ticking over in tandem. At this price, it's a decent buy on a budget, although you will have to put up with a basic stand.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day TV deals

LG CX OLED | 48-inch | 4K | webOS | $1,499.99 $1,299.99 at Best Buy (save $200)
With an OLED screen, HDMI 2.1 connections, G-Sync and FreeSync compatibility, and a native 120Hz refresh rate, the LG CX is getting closer to being the perfect PC gaming TV. And at 48-inches it means you get a tight pixel pitch at 4K too.View Deal

Samsung Neo QLED QN90A | 50-inch | 4K | Tizen | $1499.99 $1,297.99 at Amazon (save $202)
This is Samsung's flagship 4K TV from its new Neo QLED range, so the fact it's currently $200 off is a big deal. It uses Mini LED backlighting to offer improved HDR performance, although be warned, there is still some blooming. Gaming wise, this is an HDMI 2.1 TV that supports a 120Hz refresh rate and offers VRR support. Great contrast makes darker games pop, and it's not bad as a television for watching films either.View Deal

Hisense A6G Series | 50-inch | 4K | Android TV | $379.99 $359.99 at Best Buy (save $20)
So it's not the most amazing 'deal' exactly, but this is a 50-inch UltraHD smart TV for just $350. That's a great price in anyone's language and Android TV is getting better all the time. At 60Hz it's not the most perfect TV for PC gaming but it will still offer a hell of a lot of big-screen HDR real estate.View Deal

Sony XBR55X800H | 55-inch | 4K | Android TV | $999.95 $798 at Walmart (save $201.95)
The Sony X800H makes for a great 120Hz 4K TV, but with a lack of HDMI 2.1 connections, you're not going to be able to get that full 4K refresh rate when plumbed into either your PC or next-gen games console. That said, Sony makes great TVs, with excellent HDR chops and quality images too. View Deal

Samsung Class 6 Series | 70-inch | 4K | Tizen | $749.99 $699.99 at Best Buy (save $50)
If it's all about screen size to you, then this massive Samsung TV is going to be attention-grabbing for sure. In gaming terms, you are restricted to a 60Hz refresh rate, but it does include a game mode to reduce latency. The Tizen smart TV software is a bit funky, but when you're playing on your 70-inch screen you'll likely forget all about that...View Deal

Amazon Prime Day storage deals

WD_BLACK SN850 NVMe SSD | 2TB| PCIe 4.0 | $529.99 $429.99 at Amazon (save $100)
This impressive SSD consistently gives the Samsung 980 Pro's performance a run for its money and is arguably the PCIe 4.0 drive to beat. That's a lot of cash for a 2TB drive for sure, but it's also about as quick a modern SSD as you'll find right now. If time is money for you, then the SN850 makes sense.
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Samsung 980 Pro M.2 NVMe SSD | 2TB| PCIe 4.0 | $429.99 $329.99 at Amazon (save $100)
The Samsung 980 Pro is one of the better Gen4 NVMe SSDs you can find. It's a next-gen SSD with outstanding read/write speeds along with hardware-based AES 256-bit encryption. Now that it's over $100 off, it makes this expensive high capacity SSD a far more attractive proposition.

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Samsung 980 Pro | 500GB | PCIe 4.0 | $149.99 $99.99 at Amazon (save $50)
The latest Samsung NVMe drive is also one of the fastest PCIe 4.0 SSDs out there, but as next-gen storage, they don't come cheap. If you've got a compatible system (using AMD Ryzen 5000 and Intel 11th Gen CPUs) then picking up a 500GB boot drive will get you on the fastest interface without a huge outlay. That said, the 500GB is a little slower than the 1TB or 2TB Samsung 980 Pro drives, and you can get full 1TB PCIe 3.0 SSDs for less than this discounted price.View Deal

Crucial P5 | PCIe 3.0 | 500GB | $79.99 $47.49 at Amazon (save $32.50)
All that noise about a crypto-based SSD shortage? Yeah, a speedy 500GB PCIe 3.0 NVMe SSD discounted to less than $100 should ease any concerns about that being a reality. The Crucial P5 can't hold a candle to the best PCIe 4.0 drives when it comes to synthetic performance, but when you throw some games at it you won't notice a tangible difference in actual real-world performance.View Deal

Crucial P2 | PCIe 3.0 | 2TB | $299.99 $235.61 at Amazon (save $64.38)
This decent 2TB NVMe SSD was already one of the more cost-effective high-capacity SSDs out there even without the 23% discount. And at this price, you could grab a pair of them for a huge 4TB of storage. Hell, why not even RAID a pair of them if you want to boost the otherwise pedestrian read/write speeds. View Deal

Samsung 870 QVO | SATA 6Gbps | 4TB | $429.99 $322.99 at Amazon (save $107)
This featured packed SATA-based SSD provides great read/write speeds and seriously sizable storage. While not much as of a discount compared to other drives on sale, the capacious 870 QVO is still worth a look if you're after a big data SSD. At smaller capacities, I'd worry about the QLC memory, but not at 4TB.View Deal

WD_BLACK P50 Game Drive| 4TB | $749.99 $549.99 at Amazon (save $200)
This chunky shock-resistant external SSD can take a beating while giving a massive amount of storage to hold your massive game files on your PC and Consoles. Bonus! These very expensive external SSDs come with a five-year warranty. But hey, at least you're not going to worry about that next CoD: Modern Warfare update.
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Samsung T5 portable SSD | 1TB | up to 540MB/s | $121.62 $109.99 at Amazon (save $11)
This isn't a spectacular deal on Samsung's hardy T5 SSD, but if you're on the lookout for more storage space, or more portable storage space, then the T5 is a drive we use all the time and rate highly. It's what we use to move around games between PCs for benchmarking, and it hasn't let us down yet. This isn't a bad price at all for 1TB of storage, either.
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Crucial X6 Portable SSD | 2TB |$249.95 $142.49 at Amazon (save $107.46)
While not the fastest external SSD you'll see, the Crucial X6's size makes it a perfect travel companion for bringing your files on the go. NVMe based external drives will deliver speedier read/write speeds than this, but at 540MB/s for reads, this Crucial drive is certainly no slouch.View Deal

Crucial X8 | USB 3.2 | 1TB | $143.72 $94.99 at Amazon (save $48.73)
With transfer speeds of up to 1,050MB/s this portable Crucial drive will deliver lightning-quick storage for under $100. That's a solid deal for an NVMe-based external SSD. If you spend a lot of time-shifting around large video files then this is going to cut down the amount of time you waste staring at those file transfer dialogues.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Component deals

AMD Ryzen 7 588X | 8 cores | 16 threads | 4.7GHz Max | $399 at Amazon (save ~$20)
This mid-range processor from AMD is an excellent option for most gaming PC builds, and it just dropped another $20 from the previous price.
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Intel Core i7 10700KF | 8 cores | 16 threads | 5.1GHz Max | $361 $239 at Amazon (save $122)
This is the cheapest Intel's Comet Lake i7 has been, and if you're dropping it into a gaming PC then you won't mind the missing integrated graphics. They're rubbish anyway. But the CPU isn't, in fact, the basic silicon has been ably propping up the PCG test rig for the last year or so.View Deal

Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro | 16GB (2x 8GB) | DDR4-3200 | $119.99 $95.99 at Amazon (save ($24)
Memory is what Corsair does best, it's where it came up, and I've been reliably using Corsair RAM in test rigs since I was a fresh-faced youngster taking my first tentative steps as a tech journo 15 years ago. The Vengeance RGB Pro has been running the latest PCG test rig reliably for 18 months now, and makes it look super pretty in pink too.View Deal

Corsair H100i RGB Pro XT | Liquid AIO | 240mm | $119.99 $99.99 at Amazon (save $20)
The little sibling to the 280mm radiator we run in the PC Gamer test bench, this H100i is a still a quality chip chiller. And with a 240mm rad it's more likely to fit in a broader range of chassis than the broader H115i below. And, even if it does have a smaller radiator, it's still got RGB LEDs, so there's that.View Deal

Corsair H115i RGB Pro XT | Liquid AIO | 280mm | $139.99 $104.99 at Newegg with rebate (save $35)
This 280mm liquid chip chiller has had to put up with the over-heated mess that is the Intel Core i9 11900K during our testing of the Rocket Lake CPUs. And it coped impressively well too. The spinners don't get loud until you really crank up the RPM, and the Corsair iCUE software is actually pretty useful too.View Deal

Cooler Master MWE Gold | 750W | 80+ Gold | Modular | $114.99 $89.99 at Amazon (save $25)
Power supplies have been super rare in recent times, so being able to bag an 80+ Gold modular PSU for under $90 is a bit of a bargain. More so considering this is cheaper than this Cooler Master 750W PSU has ever been in retail. View Deal

Thermaltake Smart BM2 | 750W | 80+ Bronze | $99.99 $69.99 at Amazon (save $30)
Yes, there are actual PSU deals this Prime Day. Who would've thought that would be the case when all power supplies were impossible to buy this time last year. Times have changed and now it's GPUs no one can pick up. Still, this 80+ Bronze certified and powerful enough for the fastest graphics cards... when they're available again.View Deal

Thermaltake Toughpower GX2 | 600W | 80+ Gold | $79.99 $55.99 at Amazon (save $24)
When it comes to bargain power supplies you probably wouldn't expect to see an 80+ Gold one sitting around the $55 mark. But somehow that's where we are with this Thermaltake brick today. Keeping it non-modular keeps the power down, and Jacob hates the ketchup and mustard cabling, but for the price, it's an okay sacrifice to make. Rather ugly cables than something more crucial missing inside.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Gaming Chair deals

Anda Seat Kaiser 2 | Max weight 441 lbs | $499.99 $379.99 at Amazon (save $120)
Looking for a chair for the big and tall gamer in your life? The Kaiser 2 can support a max weight of 441 lbs and accommodate gamers up to seven feet tall. Save $200 on this sturdy and comfy chair but make sure you click on the coupon box before you checkout for the maximum savings.View Deal

Respawn 900 | Max weight 275 lbs | $299.99 $225.80 at Amazon (save $74.19)
The gaming chair recliner seems like it should be illegal, but here we are. Equipped with a cup holder, removable side pouch, and even a footrest. The Respawn 900 wants you never to leave its faux leather embrace. At $80 off, gamers can now affordable play and nap in one place that isn't a bed or a couch, of course.View Deal

Secretlab Titan and Omega Series | Max Weight 290 lbs | $30 off at Secretlab
$30 may not seem like much of a discount for considering that Secretlabs gaming chairs are rarely on sale; we will take what we can get. The sale includes over two dozen Secretlab gaming chairs with premium leather or fabric, just in case you wanted something more breathable. All models include 4D armrests, memory foam head pillows, and comfy seat bases. View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Peripherals deals

Razer BlackShark V2 | Wired headset | 12–28,000 Hz | $99.99 $75.99 at Amazon (save $24)
The Razer BlackShark V2, aka our favorite gaming headset, might be the best $100 headset on the market. Its 50mm TriForce Titanium drivers do an excellent job at separating bass, mid, and tremble tones for some clean, rich sound. Now discounted to $80, there's no reason why this headset shouldn't be resting on your head. View Deal

Razer BlackShark V2 Pro | Wireless headset | 12–28,000 Hz | $179.99 $132.99 at Amazon (Save $47)
These are the mega versions of the Razer BlackShark V2, at the top of our best gaming headsets guide. With its detachable mic and fantastic frequency response, these snekky earbois are will adapt to your every need, and they're a little less gaudy in black, too.View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis 5 | Wired headset | 20–20,000 Hz | $99.99 $66.49 at Amazon (Save $363.50)
SteelSeries Arctis headsets are known for comfort and quality, and although these are the wired version, they are illuminated with RGB. They're the little brother of the Arctis 9s from our best wireless headsets guide, so you know they're on point... and they also work with the PlayStation 4. What's not to love?View Deal

Razer Kiyo Pro | 1080p | $199.99 $151.99 at Amazon (save $48)
The Razer Kiyo Pro is a great wide-angle webcam for low-light environments. It ditches the ring light from last year's model for a neat light sensor that makes streaming from you bedroom or dark basement possible without needing any extra lights. View Deal

HyperX Cloud Flight S | Wireless headset | 10–22,000 Hz | $159.99 $119.99 at Amazon (Save $40)
The HyperX Cloud Flight S will let you dance around your house without a care, plugs into the PlayStation 4, and even charges wirelessly. The mic may not be retractable, but the quality is pretty great.View Deal

Razer Kraken Ultimate | Wired headset | 20–20,000 Hz | $129.99 $63.16 at Amazon (Save $66.83)
These are closely related to the Razer Kraken X headset in our best gaming headsets guide and are almost half price right now. Retractable, and with active noise canceling, the Kraken's mic will not disappoint. With great sound, and even cooling gel ear cups you can't go wrong at this price.View Deal

Razer Kraken Tournament Edition | Wireless | 12–28,000 Hz | $99.99 $44.64 at Amazon (Save $55.35)
With an option to connect via USB or 3.5mm jack, this bright and brilliant headset will connect to your PC or the console of your choice. If you're not completely blinded by the color choice, you can enjoy the comfort and quality Razer's known for in the world on peripherals, and for half price of MSRP. It even comes with a retractable, noise-canceling mic, and great frequency range.View Deal

Logitech G502 Lightspeed | Wireless | 14.2 oz | 25K Hero | $149.99 $94.99 at Amazon (Save $55)
From its tunable weight, awesome sensor, and a multitude of practically placed buttons, to its unlockable scroll wheel (trust me it's more fun than it sounds), this mouse is one of the greats. You wouldn't regret the decision to buy a G502 Lightspeed at full price, let alone with a third off MSRP.View Deal

Razer Naga Pro | Wireless | 13.7 oz | 20K Optical | $149.99 $94.99 at Amazon (Save $55)
The Naga Pro's unique design includes three modular, interchangeable side plates, featuring either 2, 6, or 12 side buttons. That makes it one of the most adaptable and totally extra (yet still suave-looking) gaming mice out there. It also comes with quick switches and a little rest for your pinky, for good measure.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder v2 | Wired | ‎82 g | 20K DPI | $69.99 $37.99 at Amazon (Save $32)
A slightly different design from the Basilisk at the same price. The DeathAdder is simpler and lighter, and one of our favorite gaming mice for shooters. It's normally $50-$70, so this is a great deal.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder Essential | Wired | 4.3 oz | 6.4K | $49.99 $19.99 at Amazon (Save $30)
This is the slightly cut-down version of the one that's topped our best gaming mouse list, but that means you get the bare minimum necessary from your mouse, in a quality package, without the added cost of extra greebles and flair. And for under $20, you've really got no excuse.View Deal

Ausdom AF640 webcam | 1080p | $69.99 $39.99 at Amazon (save $30)
Last year it wasn't possible to find a webcam. Period. Nowadays, things are starting to return to the absurdly competitive and oversupplied situation of yesteryear. That means more webcams from less recognizable brands, and, importantly, often for cheap. This Ausdom webcam looks as much a webcam as any and is currently 43% off.View Deal

Razer BlackWidow V3 Pro Mechanical Wireless keyboard | Green switches | $229.99 $170.99 at Amazon (save $59)
One of Razer's first flagship wireless keyboards from 2020 is having a major sale today. The wireless mechanical BlackWidow supports three different connection types: Bluetooth, 2.4Ghz, and wired USB-C. You can swap the Green switches out with quieter Yellows for $10 more.View Deal

Razer BlackWidow V3 Wired Mechanical keyboard | $139.99 $85.49 with Prime at Amazon (save $54.50)
If you don't mind a wired gaming keyboard, this is the lowest price the Razer BlackWidow V3 has ever been on Amazon and the first time it's shown up for under $100. Good deal!View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Controller deals

PowerA Spectra Enhanced Illuminated Wired Controller | $39.99 $31.99 at Amazon (save $8)
You really must love RGB lighting to want the Spectra Enhanced from PowerA, but I know you're out there so here's a deal for you. PowerA makes some decent, cheaper Xbox controllers, and while I've not tried this exact model, I've used one just like it from PowerA and it delivers what you need, if not anything more. If you want something a little flashy, though, this could be a good choice.View Deal

Razer Wolverine Tournament Edition | $120 $75.99 at Amazon (save $44)
Usually, I'd call the Razer Wolverine far too expensive for a wired controller. It's getting up there alongside the Xbox Elite Controller. While I've happily used the Razer, that's not a match it stands a chance of winning. Yet this Prime Day Razer has seen fit to give this controller a hefty discount, and it looks a much better device for it. It's built for rapid actuation, which it does well, and it's pretty flashy, too.View Deal

PowerA Fusion Pro Wired Controller | $79.99 $59 at Amazon (save $20.99)
Knowing that I'm a fan of the Elite controller, perhaps it's no surprise then that PowerA's far more affordable alternative stands out to me. From the thumbsticks and paddles to even the case it comes in, the PowerA looks pretty familiar to me. For significantly less, it could be a good stand-in for the Elite, although it must be said that I haven't taken this particular model out for a spin. A bit of a risk, then, but I wanted to include it for anyone out there chasing the Elite dream on a budget.View Deal

Logitech Flight Yoke System and Throttle Quadrant | $169 $144 at Newegg with coupon code 63FANTECH398
This one is a little out of left-field, but it's still a PC controller by anyone's reckoning. The Logitech Flight Yoke System would have been all the rage just last November when Microsoft Flight Sim first came out, but now you can not only find them widely in-stock but also $25 off over at Newegg. If you're planning to take to the skies anytime soon... sorry I really had to stop myself writing a yoke pun there. It's a good bit of kit.View Deal

Amazon Prime Day Networking deals

D-Link EXO router | Wi-Fi 6 | $99.99 $69.99 at Amazon (save $30)
If you're after a no-frills Wi-Fi 6 router then the D-Link EXO will fit the bill, especially at this new low price. It's a bit lacking on the 2.4GHz performance but makes up for that with pretty decent speeds over the 5GHz band. View Deal

TP-Link Archer AX21 router | Wi-Fi 6 | $99.99 $75.99 at Amazon (save $24)
It feels bizarre that we're genuinely talking about budget Wi-Fi 6 routers this Prime Day. Sure, these routers don't have all the bells and whistly things of the top devices, but this TP-Link option caters well for a small house so long as you don't have a million wireless connections clogging up its antennae.View Deal

D-Link AX4800 router | Wi-Fi 6 | $219.99 $149.99 at Amazon (save $70)
This is a great saving on a Wi-Fi 6 router, and this more premium D-Link version will allow you to have more devices running over the 5GHz network than the more budget options on offer this Prime Day. It should also have a little more range to it too but is still hitting the shelves at a decent price for high-end networking speed.View Deal

Dave James

Dave has been gaming since the days of Zaxxon and Lady Bug on the Colecovision, and code books for the Commodore Vic 20 (Death Race 2000!). He built his first gaming PC at the tender age of 16, and finally finished bug-fixing the Cyrix-based system around a year later. When he dropped it out of the window. He first started writing for Official PlayStation Magazine and Xbox World many decades ago, then moved onto PC Format full-time, then PC Gamer, TechRadar, and T3 among others. Now he's back, writing about the nightmarish graphics card market, CPUs with more cores than sense, gaming laptops hotter than the sun, and SSDs more capacious than a Cybertruck.