We built a gaming PC out of Prime Day deals

Amazon Prime Day is growing into the Black Friday of the summer, with many other sites and businesses joining the fun. The result is better prices on many popular PC components, and for those that have been holding off on building a new rig, it's an excellent time to snap up some quality parts at a discount. We've built a complete gaming PC, including a mouse and keyboard, using our favorite Prime Day deals. We'll keep updating the picks throughout Prime Day with the latest deals.

EVGA GTX 1080 + 750W Gold PSU | $469.98, B&H (save $240)
The GPU is the heart of any gaming PC, and this killer combo gets you an EVGA GTX 1080 SC2 factory overclocked card, then adds a 750W SuperNova G+ 80 Plus Gold power supply, all for less than you'd normally pay for just the graphics card. View Deal

AMD Ryzen 7 2700 | $224.99, Amazon (save $74)
AMD's second generation Ryzen parts are even better than the first round, and the 2700 comes with with a whopping 16 threads and a 4.1GHz max boost. It includes AMD's Wraith Spire Cooler, performance is excellent for the price, and you can even overclock the chip (though we'd recommend a better cooler for that). View Deal

Gigabyte X470 Aorus AM4 | $109.99, Newegg (save $30)
Gigabyte has made some excellent motherboards for AMD's AM4 platform, and this model uses the new X470 chipset that brings additional features like StoreMI, improved compatibility, and better performance.
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Team Vulcan 16GB DDR4-3000 | $139.99, Newegg (save $26)
DDR4 memory prices are starting to come down, and Prime Day savings gets 16GB for less than $150, the lowest price we've seen in a long time. Ryzen processors love fast memory, so the extra $10 compared to DDR4-2400 RAM is worth it.View Deal

Samsung 960 Evo 1TB NVMe SSD | $299.99, Amazon (save $180)
We love fast SSDs, and it doesn't get much faster than Samsung's 960 Evo NVMe drive. It costs more than a SATA drive, but you get 1TB and up to six times the performance in some cases. Plus, no wires to detract from your build.View Deal

Corsair Obsidian 500D | $98.99, Newegg (save $41)
We've got two cases options, one that looks nice and one that saves money. The sexy choice is the Obsidian 500D, a sleek and solid mid-tower case with smoky tempered glass side panels. It's the perfect way to show off your new PC's components.View Deal

Corsair Carbide Series 200R | $24.99, Newegg (save $45)
If you want to save money and still get a good case, the Carbide 200R is a simple and compact chassis that doesn't have a window or a bunch of flashing lights. It's easy to build in and priced as low as it gets for a quality, name brand case.View Deal

Corsair K70 LUX RGB keyboard | $99.99, Amazon (save $60)
Rounding out our build, Corsair's K70 keyboard has a brushed aluminium frame with Cherry MX key switches and customizable RGB lighting. There's also dedicated media controls and a USB pass-through port.View Deal

Razer DeathAdder Elite | $46.83, Amazon (save $23)
Razer's DeathAdder Elite is our pick for the Best Gaming Mouse, and it's on sale. Its strong sensor performance and ergonomics combined with the sale price make it an instant buy.View Deal

That's nearly everything you need for your new high-end gaming PC build. The only thing missing is a display, and perhaps a desk and a chair as well. Most people already have those, but check out our Prime Day deals for additional picks in those areas. All told, we've assembled a PC for under $1,500. That's a lot of money, but normally a PC of this caliber would cost more than $2,000, and it wouldn't be any faster.

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