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Cyber Monday graphics card deals 2019

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Where to find Cyber Monday deals

Amazon - All the things
Walmart - Games, Movies, Budget Laptops
B&H - Monitors, Laptops, and PCs
Best Buy - PCs, Laptops, and Accessories
Target - Games, Accessories, and Laptops
Staples - Gaming Chairs
Lenovo - Discounts on Legion Laptops and PCs
Gamestop - Games and Toys
Razer - Laptops and Gaming Accessories
Newegg - Components and Hardware 
Microsoft - PCs, Laptops, and Games
Dell - Alienware PCs and Laptops
NZXT - 10% off all builds

Getting a Cyber Monday graphics card deals is one of the most dramatic upgrades you can make to your gaming PC, and many of the deals seen on Monday have continued into Cyber week. It's your graphics card that defines the visual quality, resolution, and performance you run your games at, and so make it a vital part of your build. 

Graphics cards are one of the most expensive PC parts and so many of the deals throughout both Black Friday and Cyber Monday saw only  $20-40 on the newest cards. Although that's still the case,  there are several major discounts down below, like the Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 that has $120 discount. 

We've listed the best deals below with a short description about what makes them great. If you're after other PC parts then check out our mega Cyber Monday PC gaming deals guide.  

Top 5 Cyber Monday graphics card deals

Best graphics card deals right now

ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1060 6GB | $199.99 (save $30)
Nvidia stopped manufacturing the GTX 1060 last year (frankly, I'm surprised there's still stock left), but it's still faster than the new 1650, keeps pace with the 1660, and will handle 1080p gaming just fine. View Deal

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 8GB | $579.99 (save $119.96)
Get an extra $30 when you apply the coupon before adding it to your cart. (Only two left in stock!)View Deal

EVGA Geforce RTX 2080 Super | 8GB GDDR6 | $669 (save $20)
This is a small discount on a card that can manage 4K 60 fps in many games, bringing it closer to the price of an overclocked RTX 2080. This is the lowest price we've seen for this card, which probably won't get any massive surprise discounts since it launched this year. Use code EMCUUVB45.View Deal

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Super Ventus | $489.99 (save $20)
This MSI 2070 Super is fully capable of 1440p gaming for a great price. Enter code EMCUUWT35 at checkout.View Deal

MSI Gaming GeForce RTX 2060 6GB | $339.99 (save $40)
Shave a little off the list price on this great entry-level ray tracing graphics card. Don't expect to play on ultra graphics, but you can still get the ray tracing effect on lower settings.View Deal

ASUS Dual GeForce GTX 1660 Ti 6GB | $279.99 ($10 off)
This dual-fan GTX 1660 Ti graphics card is $10 off when you enter code 9BFCMPC7 at checkout. It's an excellent midrange option.View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 580 | 8GB GDDR5 | $160 (save $30)
If you want a cheap but capable graphics card, look no further. Capable of handling most games at high settings and 1080p, or 1440p if you're not worried about framerate.View Deal

Sapphire Pulse Radeon RX 580 8GB | $174.99 ($5 off)
The RX 580 is a great value card for inexpensive 1080p (and sometimes 1440p) gaming. Enter code VGAPCRW223 at checkout to get the discount. View Deal

XFX Radeon RX 570 4GB XXX | $99.99 ($20 off)
The RX 570 remains the best budget pick around, now selling for just $100 (after the $20 mail-in rebate). You also get Borderlands 3 or Ghost Recon Breakpoint and three months of Xbox Game Pass. Performance is similar to the GTX 1650.View Deal

Best UK graphics card deals right now

XFX Radeon RX 590 Fatboy 8GB OC | £159.98 at ebuyer (save £35)
Ebuyer beats out Amazon by £20 for a great deal on this, perhaps the best 1080p gaming GPU.View Deal

MSI GeForce RTX 2080 Super Ventus XS OC | £600 (save £20)
Though not a huge discount, this is the cheapest we've seen the beefy 2080 Super going for, so far. With it, you'll be able to enjoy loads of games in 4K at 60fps. View Deal

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2070 Super | £460.20 (save £59.78)
This is a nice chunk off Gigabyte's version of the 2070 Super, which is specced for overclocking and comes with (count them) three fans.View Deal

Gigabyte GeForce RTX 2060 Super Gaming OC 3X | £389.12 at Ebuyer (save £40.86)
Save over forty pounds on this recently released ray-tracing GPU, bringing awesome 1440p performance for under £400.View Deal

Sapphire Radeon RX 5700 | £289.98 (save £50.01)
A cheaper alternative to the 5700 XT, this is the best price we've seen for this fast, efficient card. You'll also get three months of Xbox Game Pass for PC, as well as a free game.View Deal

Sapphire Radeon RX 570 Nitro+ | £139 (save £40.99)
If you're not ready to take the dip into 4K gaming, this is a great price for a mid-range graphics card, and you get three months of Xbox Pass for PC.View Deal

ASUS GTX 1660 Ti 6GB | £234.99 (save £45)
A terrific alternative to a pricey RTX card, this will run games beautifully on a 1080p setup. View Deal

We're collecting all the best deals from across the web for PC gaming, from the latest graphics cards to the most comfortable gaming chairs, and everything in-between. Stay tuned to PC Gamer all through Cyber Monday for up to the minute savings.

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Cyber Monday deals—how long do they last?

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Retailers have been rolling out their deals for a couple weeks now, and we saw some decent, if not exceptional, discounts on graphics cards for Black Friday. Cyber Monday should also have some good sales, and usually by the Tuesday after Thanksgiving the sales will start to taper off. However, they won't truly go away until the ghost of Christmas is past.

Not every graphics card is likely to see major discounts. The RTX 2080 Ti is still difficult to find below the nominal $1,199 price Nvidia offers on the Founders Edition, and $999 models (the entry price) are rarer than hen's teeth. Newer models like the RX 5700 series and Nvidia's Super cards are also less likely to see massive discounts, while any remaining models from previous generations that are still in stock could go on clearance. Because the best deals sell out quickly, and many sales only last as long as the supplies last, don't hesitate to grab a card if the price falls more than 15 percent below the normal price.

How to save money on graphics cards during Cyber Monday

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You've decided it's time. Your once-proud gaming rig is struggling to run the latest games at the resolution and settings you'd like. It's time to upgrade, but you still want a good deal. But what constitutes a good deal

1. Know your needs ahead of time
Are you aiming for 60fps at 1080p, 1440p, or 4K? If you only have a 1080p display, there's far less need to go whole hog on the graphics card. Check out our performance analysis articles to see how the latest games run across a variety of hardware, along with our GPU buying guide. More importantly, decide how much you're willing to spend, and don't expect extreme discounts on the latest graphics cards. Black Friday can be nice, but graphics cards rarely drop by more than 20 percent compared to the normal price.

2. Use a few price comparison websites
Speaking of which, PC Gamer is a good place to hang while Black Friday goes down. We'll have people working around the clock to find the best deals available, but it doesn't hurt to learn a few tools of the trade yourself. Price comparison sites like CamelCamelCamel will give you a good snapshot of your desired graphics card's price history. That way you can sort the real deals from the pretenders. For example, we've routinely seen RX 590 cards selling for $190 during the past several months, even though the original MSRP was $279. A real deal on an RX 590 would be around $160 or less.

3. Check for combo deals if you're in need of more upgrades
Chances are, if your graphics card is getting long in the tooth, the rest of your PC could probably use a few upgrades as well. Sometimes you can get an even better deal if you pick up a combo that includes a motherboard, CPU, and GPU. Or maybe even an entirely new PC is the way to go. Today's budget PCs are faster than high-end PCs from five years ago, so think about whether a new graphics card will be sufficient. Maybe you can sell off your current PC or gift it to a friend, then get a more significant upgrade for yourself. 'Tis the season!

Official graphics card prices versus street prices

When new GPUs launch, AMD and Nvidia set official prices for the first cards. Sometimes prices end up a bit higher, but more likely than not, over time the prices will trend downward. The following table compares the launch pricing to the current (as of early October 2019) prices you can find online. Some deals are already showing up, meaning the bottom of the street price range can be a good buy right now. If you find any deals priced significantly below the pre-Black Friday pricing, you know you've found something worth buying.

GPU ModelOfficial MSRPCurrent Street Price
Nvidia RTX 2080 Super$700$700-$800
Nvidia RTX 2070 Super$500$500-$575
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super$400$400-$450
Nvidia RTX 2080 Ti$1,000/$1,200$1,050-$1,350
Nvidia RTX 2080$700/$800$600-$750
Nvidia RTX 2070$500/$600$420-$500
Nvidia RTX 2060$350$300-$360
Nvidia GTX 1070 Ti$450$520+ (don't buy)
Nvidia GTX 1660 Ti$280$240-$300
Nvidia GTX 1660$220$200-$250
Nvidia GTX 1650$150$140-$175
AMD Radeon VII$700$700+
AMD RX 5700 XT$400$380-$480
AMD RX 5700$350$330-$390
AMD RX 590$280$190-$280
AMD RX 580 8GB$240$160-$250
AMD RX 570 4GB$200$130-$180

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