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Cyber Monday 2020 UK deals: the best deals on PC parts and peripherals

Cyber Monday deals

Black Friday is over—long live the Cyber Monday deals!  So it's... er... Cyber Weekend now? That weird hinterland between the Black Friday week flurry and the Cyber Monday resurgence. But whatever you want to call it, the PC gaming deals below are either still going strong from Black Friday, or getting started on Monday's party a little early. We're keeping tabs on everything PC gaming, including prebuilt PCs, monitors, laptops, and more. Expect more deals to start arriving over the weekend and especially early on Monday.

Unfortunately, we've lost all our pre-built PC deals, but there are still some banging laptops around. Maybe a nice desktop replacement will see you right instead.

The Best Cyber Monday deals

Not that there's much reason for stores to wait for Monday anymore—especially this year, Black Friday is all about the online shopping, and launching deals over the weekend gives retailers a little more time to spread the attention around. Still, expect some Cyber Monday-specific deals to kick in over the next two days that weren't live on Thursday or Friday.

Throughout the weekend we're keeping an eye on the existing deals below to make sure the PC gaming hardware we recommend is still in stock and still on sale. We're regularly updating this guide to keep it up-to-date. Unfortunately, there are no RTX 3080/3070 deals to be found, and in the UK it's not even really possible to even buy a full system with one in. 

Subs deal

PC Gamer Magazine sub | £91 £45.40 for 13 issues at Magazines Direct (save 50%)
This fine magazine makes the perfect Christmas gift for that special someone, and that could mean you or anyone else you hold dear. With a half-price discount on a physical copy delivered direct to your door, it's a bloody Christmas miracle is what it is. And if you just want a digital sub it's just £28.50. Oof.View Deal

Cyber Monday Top Deals Today

HyperX Cloud Alpha | £89.99 £59.99 at Amazon (save £30)
On of the best gaming headsets around has got itself a tidy Cyber Monday discount. For just a snip at £60, you'll struggle to find much better value anywhere else this Cyber Monday.View Deal

HP Omen Laptop | Ryzen 7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,299.99 £1,099.99 at HP (save £200)
This is a lot of laptop for your money. The Ryzen 7 4800H at its heart is an 8-core, 16-thread beast that can boost up to 4.2GHz. Pairing it with the 1660 Ti makes for a solid gaming experience at the screen's native 1080p resolution. You get 8GB of RAM, which is a fine starting point, while the 512GB SSD gives you plenty of room for your games.View Deal

Alienware AW3420DW | 34-inch Curved | 120Hz | WQHD | £1,304.10 £829.79 at Dell (save £474)
This is the cream of the IPS monitor crop, with G-Sync for Nvidia users. It'll let you make the most of those gorgeous next-gen RTX games, and the 120Hz refresh rate is more than enough to deliver a smooth, immersive gaming experience at 4K. And you're saving a ridiculous £474, too.View Deal

Samsung SSD 860 EVO | 500GB | £99.99 £58.99 at Amazon (save £41)
If you are after some quality solid state storage, the classic 860 EVO is one of the best SATA drives you can buy. Samsung is always reliable in the SSD world, and at almost half price, this 500GB SATA drive offers outstanding value for money as either the base for your whole rig or just some speedy secondary Steam library storage. View Deal

LG OLED55CX6LA | 55-inch | OLED | 4K | £1,599 £1,299 at Currys (save £300)
With £300 savings, this 4K OLED TV is a bargain right now. You'll get the blackest blacks, coupled with great a colour range across the vast 55-inch panel at a wondrous ultra-high resolution. It also comes with Smart TV tech, and Dolby Atmos cinematic sound built in. A right bargain, if you ask me.View Deal

Cyber Monday Gaming Laptop deals

Razer Blade 15 | Intel i7 | RTX 2060 | 512GB SSD | £1,839 £1,349.99 at Ebuyer (save £489)
This is the 2020 model—the one at the very top of our best gaming laptops list. While this config doesn't feature the most incredible graphics card out there, its still RTX-on. And it's complemented nicely by the 10th gen Intel Core i7 CPU, with a nifty 16GB RAM, and 512 GB SSD to top it all off. What's more, these laptops are of unparalleled build quality and are just super stylish. You could even get away with using one as a work laptop, without coming across too edgy.View Deal

HP Omen Laptop | Ryzen 7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,299.99 £1,099.99 at HP (save £200)
This is a lot of laptop for your money. The Ryzen 7 4800H at its heart is an 8-core, 16-thread beast that can boost up to 4.2GHz. Pairing it with the 1660 Ti makes for a solid gaming experience at the screen's native 1080p resolution. You get 8GB of RAM, which is a fine starting point, while the 512GB SSD gives you plenty of room for your games. This is a great deal at £200 off its usual price.View Deal

Dell G5 15 (AMD) | Ryzen 5 | RX 5600M | £968.99 £949 at Dell (save £20)
This is a really well-performing laptop. It manages to keep up with the more expensive Nvidia RTX 2060 configurations, and with a speedy 1080p 144Hz screen, you can get some fast-paced gaming done, no problems. The only real downsides are weak speakers and a plastic lid—but if you wear headphones anyway, and are careful...View Deal

MSI GE66 Raider | Intel i7 | RTX 2070 | £1,699 £1,599 at Currys (save £100)
This laptop comes with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 GPU, and coupled with 16GB of RAM and a 512 GB SSD, it should see you right with most top games. You may only be able to fit a few on there, but the 15.6-inch 240Hz 1080p screen also means higher FPS, even in more graphic-intensive games.View Deal

Aorus 7 | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,499 £1,251.99 at Amazon (save £247)
An incredible saving on a punchy 17.3-inch laptop here, with a powerful CPU and the still very relevant GTX 1660 Ti packed in.  It may not be up on the ray-tracing trend, but the sheer quality means this is still worth a look. If you're not into all that RTX-on stuff and just wanna get some old fashioned 1080p gaming in on the go, it may be the laptop for you.View Deal

MSI GF65 Thin | Intel i7 | GTX 1660 Ti | £1,239.99 £999 at Ebuyer (£240)
Although there's no RTX capability here, this is a great mid-range laptop with dedicated graphics and a nice big screen. The performance is good enough to handle most of todays top games on ultra graphics settings at 1080p, no problems. Really, this ones hard to beat, especially with savings of over £240.View Deal

Cyber Monday Gaming Monitor deals

Alienware AW3420DW | 34-inch Curved | 120Hz | 4K | £1,304.10 £829.79 at Dell (save £474)
This is the cream of the IPS monitor crop, with G-Sync for Nvidia users. It'll let you make the most of those gorgeous next-gen RTX games, and the 120Hz refresh rate is more than enough to deliver a smooth, immersive gaming experience at 4K. And you're saving a ridiculous £475, too.View Deal

Samsung CRG9 | 49-inch | 120Hz | £1,099.99 £887.99 at Amazon (save £212)
A great monitor isn't just for Christmas. It's for several years of gaming joy. The Samsung CRG9 is an epic 49-inch beast with 1000nits of brightness, 120Hz refresh, 5,120 by 1,400 pixels that will give you years of gaming enjoyment while also being brilliant as an all-round big-screen workhorse.View Deal

ASUS ROG Swift PG279QE | 27-inch | 165Hz | 1440p | £715.98 £609.99 at Ebuyer (save £106)
A nifty G-Sync monitor for those Nvidia peeps looking to get some 1440p gaming in. It may be a slightly older model, but you still get a great refresh rate, and a decent resolution IPS screen, with over £100 saved.View Deal

ASUS ROG Swift PG248Q | 24-inch | 180Hz | 1080p | £544.97 £369.97 at Laptops direct (save £175)
The smaller version of the PG279Q (one of our best gaming monitors), this ones not only got G-sync capability, but also boasts a 1ms response time, and a whopping 180Hz refresh rate. It may only be a 1080p monitor, but that means you can focus on cracking speeds, rather than checking out every tiny in-game graphic detail. These are selling fast, so don't delay.View Deal

Cyber Monday SSD deals

Samsung 970 EVO Plus | 1TB | £239.99 £155.96 at Amazon (save £84).
This is a great deal right now, with a fair price for this 1TB drive. Samsung produces some of the best drives around, and the 970 EVO Plus is a great example as to why they're so well respected. It is one of the fastest PCIe 3.0 drives you can buy, with reads and writes of 3,500MB/s and 3,300MB/s respectively. You'll need to upgrade to PCIe 4.0 to do any better than this. View Deal

Samsung SSD 860 EVO | 500GB | £99.99 $58.75 at Amazon (save £41.24)
If you are after some quality solid state storage, the classic 860 EVO is one of the best SATA drives you can buy. Samsung is always reliable in the SSD world, and at almost half price, this 500GB SATA drive offers outstanding value for money as either the base for your whole rig or just some speedy secondary Steam library storage. View Deal

WD Blue SN550 | 500GB | £72.41 £54.99 at Ebuyer (save £17)
Cutting-edge PCIe 4.0 SSDs are expensive beasts, and if you're running a SATA SSD, or heaven forbid an HDD still, this PCIe 3.0 drive still represents a decent upgrade. Performance is a bit off the mark, with reads peaking at 2,400MB/s and writes at 1,750MB/s, but it's fast enough for a budget build. The 1TB has sold out now, but this 500GB model is still good value.View Deal

Cyber Monday Gaming Headset deals

HyperX Cloud Alpha | £89.99 £59.99 at Amazon (save £30)
On of the best gaming headsets around has got itself a tidy Cyber Monday discount. For just a snip at £60, you'll struggle to find much better value anywhere else this Cyber Monday.View Deal

SteelSeries Arctis 7 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset | £159 £99.99 at Currys (save £59.01) 

With around 24 hours of battery life, the distinctive and extremely comfortable headband, and the great sound quality, the SteelSeries Arctis 7 is still easy to recommend if you're looking for a wireless headset, especially at this priceView Deal

Asus ROG Delta Gaming Headset | £183.99 £139.98 at Ebuyer (save £44)
The Delta's produce top-quality audio thanks to four individual DACs working in unison to provide lossless audio processing. We liked these a lot when we reviewed them, thanks to their brilliant range and depth, but found them a bit pricey. Shave £44 off the price though, and they're great. There's also some RGB silliness, but we won't hold that against them.View Deal

Cyber Monday TV deals

SAMSUNG QE49Q80TATXXU | 49-inch | QLED | 4K | £1,099.00 £799 at Currys (save £300)
This is a really decent 4K gaming TV, one that puts out a decent colour range and excellent contrast in ultra HD glory. Though it has its downfalls with a slightly over-grainy look, it also comes with smart TV features, adaptive sound and it's £300 off right now.View Deal

Sony Bravia A8 | 65-inch | OLED | 4K | £2,599 £1,999 at Currys (save £600)
Ridiculous savings of £600 here, on a fantastic high-resolution panel with a crystal clear, quality picture, and ultra wide viewing angles. It's a Smart Android TV, which isn't to everyone's tastes, but it does have a lot of great features, including sought after OLED tech, for those amazingly dark contrasts.View Deal

LG OLED55CX6LA | 55-inch | OLED | 4K | £1,599 £1,299 at Currys (save £300)
With £300 savings, this 4K OLED TV is a bargain right now. You'll get the blackest blacks, coupled with great a colour range across the vast 55-inch panel at a wondrous ultra-high resolution. It also comes with Smart TV tech, and Dolby Atmos cinematic sound built in. A right bargain, if you ask me.View Deal

LG OLED55CX6LB | 55-inch | OLED | 4K | £1,199 £1,098 at Currys (save £101)
A slightly newer model of the above, this is even better value for money, even without the sale. It may be lacking voice control, but otherwise it has all the same features as its predecessor, and for a fraction of the price.View Deal