Cyber Monday has joined Black Friday in the rear view mirror, though not all of the deals have expired. That means there is still a chance to score a delightful discount on hardware, assuming you can muster the energy for another round of clicking. We've made things easy by scanning Newegg and highlighting some of the better bargains that are still available.
This Zotac GTX 1070 Mini is the cheapest GTX 1070 available right now at just $420 on Newegg. Earlier deals have dipped below $400, but this is still a good grab. The GTX 1070 is our overall favorite GPU, and any price under $420 is great.
The Samsung 850 Evo 1TB SSD is discounted to $284, down from $350. You can also grab the 500GB model for $149 (save $40) and the 250GB model for $90 (save $10). An SSD is an excellent upgrade which decreases load times significantly, and these are great prices.
Adata Ultimate SU650 240GB SSD: $75, Newegg (save $24). While not as fast as Samsung's Evo drives, the SU650 still blows a mechanical hard drive out of the water. And $74 for 240GB is a really good deal.
The WD Blue 250GB SSD is another lower cost option. Using promo code 17NECMJ069 shaves $10 off the price, bringing it down to $80. This one is rated to deliver sequential reads of up to 540MB/s and sequential writes of up to 500MB/s.
Here's one more SSD deal. This Patriot Burst 120GB SSD is only $40 after rebate at Newegg, down from $65. It's a cheap way to give your system a speed boost with a modest amount of storage space.
For bulk storage (or if you just prefer a more capacious HDD over a speedier but smaller SSD), use promo code 17NECMF005 to nab this WD Red 4TB NAS HDD for $125 (save $95). It's built for NAS appliances, but works just fine in regular desktops as well.
Fun fact: HGST unveiled the first 1TB capacity hard drive 10 years ago at CES 2007. It debuted at $399. Now a decade later, you can score this WD Blue 1TB HDD for $49 (save $21) at Newegg. Or you can wait another 10 years and maybe snag one for a few pennies.
Asus GL703VM-NH74 17.3" Laptop: $1,249, Newegg (save $250). If you're looking for a bigger size laptop, this 17.3-inch model from Newegg is discounted $250 bucks and has a nice selection of components, including a Core i7-7700HQ processor, GeForce GTX 1060 GPU, 16GB of RAM, and 256GB SSD + 1TB HDD.
G.Skill Ripjaws 8GB (2x4GB) DDR3-1600: $65, Newegg (save $78). Are you looking to extend the life of an older system with more RAM? This DDR3 kit will do the trick, just double check that your platform runs DDR3 and not DDR4.
Asus Prime Z270-A: $100 (after rebate), Newegg (save $160). This is a high-end Intel Z270 chipset motherboard that is deeply discounted. The list of features is long and includes amenities such as M.2 support, RGB lighting, and USB 3.1 Type-C connectivity.
ASRock Z270 Extreme 4: $105 (after rebate), Newegg (save $60). This is another Intel Z270 chipset motherboard that's available for a big sizable discount. This one begs for a side window, provide all the graphics aren't completely hiddent underneath your components.
Asus ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming: $180, Newegg (save $30). Don't try plopping a Coffee Lake processor into a Z270 chipset motherboard, it won't work. For that, you need a Z370 chipset mobo. This Asus ROG Strix Z370-E Gaming fits the bill and is still on sale.
Gigabyte GA-AX370-Gaming: $80 (after rebate), Newegg (save $120). You can build a high-end AMD Ryzen system without breaking the bank. This motherboard is a good place to start as it pairs the company's top Ryzen 3/5/7 chipset with a budget price.
AMD Ryzen 7 1800X (8-core, 16-thread): $320, Newegg (save $180). You can still find AMD's Ryzen processors on sale. In addition to the Ryzen 7 1800X, the Ryzen 7 1700X is selling for $280 (save $120) and the Ryzen 7 1700 is selling for $270 (save $60). You can also score discounts on every other Ryzen processor, including Threadripper.
Intel Core i7-7700K Kaby Lake: $290, Newegg (save $60). This is still one of the best processor options for a fast gaming PC, and it's available for a discount. On top of that, it comes with Assassin's Creed: Origins and Total War: Warhammer II.