PC components can usually be found at a discount throughout the year, but Amazon Prime Day, Black Friday, and other promotional events can see pricing drop considerably. If you’re wanting to upgrade your current PC with a new graphics card or to build an entirely new rig from scratch, now’s a good a time as any to browse around for some deals.
Whether you’re in the market for a new motherboard, some storage, or everything in between, we’ve rounded up some killer deals right here for you to consider. As always, it’s best to decide on what to upgrade inside your PC and what will be the best upgrade to go for.
Best PC Part Deals Available Now:
- Cases: From $95
- Motherboards: From $128
- Processors: From $145
- Graphics cards: From $160
- RAM: From $65
- Storage: From $19
- Power supplies: From $48
Choosing the right PC components doesn’t just depend on the price. For motherboards, you’ll need to make sure it’ll work with your CPU, likewise with a CPU deal to your existing motherboard. If you’re building a new PC from scratch, you have a little more space to play with, allowing you to put together a few different build ideas.
Today’s Best PC Part Deals
- AMD Ryzen 9 3900X — $430 (Was $499)
As well as rounding up some of the best deals spotted today, we’ve also compiled a list for cases, motherboards, CPUs, GPUs, RAM, storage, and power supplies to help you get started on the right track.
Best case deals
In order to have a PC put together, you’ll need a chassis to install all the components inside. Depending on what motherboard you have already or plan on buying, the mid-tower size is best suited for most PC builds. ITX cases require Mini-TIX motherboards, which are usually more expensive, while full-tower covers your large behemoth cases.
NZXT H510i | $100 at Amazon
NZXT’s H510i is a gorgeous mid-tower PC case with plenty of RGB lighting with a pre-installed controller, cable management features, a shroud to hide away your beastly PSU, and more.
Corsair iCUE 220T RGB | $100 at Amazon
The Corsair iCUE 220T RGB is an interesting chassis with an all-metal design, including the steel front grill. This case is all about airflow, allowing you to pack it full of enthusiast-grade components without issue.
MUSETEX Phantom Black | $95 at Amazon
This MUSETEX case is a unique chassis in that it has glass on the side and front, as well as plenty of RGB fans to cool everything down inside. There’s even a remote control you can use to quickly alter the lighting effects.
darkFlash Phantom | $120 at Amazon
If you’d prefer a unique chassis to build your PC inside, look no further than the darkFlash Phantom. It’s tall, allowing for up to four 120mm fans to be installed on the front, as well as a further two on the rear, has plenty of space for AIO coolers.
Thermaltake Tower 900 | $250 at Amazon
The Thermaltake Tower 900 is like the darkFlash Phantom, but with everything cranked up to 11. You can install some truly breathtaking PC builds inside this case, allowing for dual-custom water-cooling loops, as well as plenty of space for all your radiators and components.
Best Motherboard deals
The motherboard is the heart of your PC, connecting everything together. This is one of the most important parts of the PC building puzzle and it’s easy to mess things up if you choose the wrong one. If you already have a CPU at the ready, choose a motherboard that supports it. If not, go with whichever supports the CPU you plan on purchasing.
ASUS Prime Z490-A | $215 at Amazon
This motherboard has an LGA 1200 socket for 10th Gen Intel processors, comes with a 14-stage power delivery design, 2.5Gb LAN, Thunderbolt 3, dual M.2 slots, and a striking design that’ll fit in most PC builds.
GIGABYTE X570 AORUS Elite | $199 at Amazon
The AORUS X570 Elite from GIGABYTE comes rocking an X570 socket for the latest Ryzen processors, as well as PCIe 4.0, Intel Wi-Fi, M.2 slots, 14 phase power delivery design, and all the RGB support you’ll need.
ASUS Prime X570-P | $149 at Amazon
This is a slightly more affordable X570 chipset-touting motherboard from ASUS, but it still comes with decent power delivery, PCIe 4.0, dual M.2 slots, USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports, fan Xpert 4, and an excellent BIOS.
GIGABYTE B550 AORUS Elite | $150 at Amazon
The B550 chipset may not be as fancy as the X570 for latest Ryzen processors, but it’ll support the same CPUs and provide a stable platform for a solid PC build. This GIGABYTE board comes rocking a 14 phase power delivery design, enlarged heatsinks for all the important components, and dual M.2 slots.
Best CPU deals
The CPU is what handles all the processing your operating system tasks the PC with. It’s what determines if you’ll be able to run games and more demanding software smoothly. The older or less capable the CPU, the more performance restrictions will be put on your PC. It’s best to spend as much as you can here to save upgrading sooner rather than later.
AMD Ryzen 5 2600 | $150 at Amazon
The AMD Ryzen 5 2600 may not be the latest CPU from AMD, but it offers amazing value at this price. It’s a six-core processor with 12 threads, making it ideal for gaming and high workloads. It’ll also work with X570 motherboards too.
AMD Ryzen 7 2700 | $225 at Amazon
Like the AMD Ryzen 5 2600, the Ryzen 7 2700 is from the previous generation. This is a similar processor in that is also supports X570 if you’d want to upgrade later, but comes with a further two cores for eight in total with 16 threads.
AMD Ryzen 9 3900X | $430 at Amazon
The AMD Ryzen 9 3900X is a monster of a CPU. It has 12 cores and 24 threads, making it perfect for gaming and even some video editing. It’ll work with the latest X570 and B550 motherboards, as well as some existing gen boards too.
Best GPU deals
The GPU is the most important component of PC gaming. Without one, you’re left with whatever comes with the CPU — and not every CPU comes with integrated graphics processing. Like the CPU, spend what you can here to make sure you have the best available to your budget.
MSI RX 5500 XT Gaming X | $220 at Amazon
The RX 5500 XT is a solid mid-tier graphics card for 1440p gaming, allowing you to take full advantage of AMD’s rDNA tech and 8GB of RAM. The two fan setup will keep the card running cool and quiet when you’re not running Crysis to see how quickly you can destroy your rig.
MSI RTX 2060 GAMING Z | $368 at Amazon
The GeForce RTX 2060 from NVIDIA was replaced by the 2060 SUPER, but it’s still a good GPU if you can find it on sale and don’t plan on upgrading to 1040p monitor any time soon. If you can, however, it’s recommended you hold out and save a little more for one of the newer RTX 3070 GPUs.
Best RAM deals
RAM is what’s used by the system to store data for quicker access. Even the fastest SSDs aren’t as speedy as RAM modules, which are positioned right next to the CPU and have amazing levels of bandwidth. 8GB is recommended as the minimum for Windows 10 and Linux, though we’d recommend 16GB if you plan to play games. Your CPU will have a maximum speed it can support. Most modern CPUs work well with 3200MHz DDR4 modules.
Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro (16GB) | $86 at Amazon
Corsair makes some of the best RAM module kits around and the Vengeance RGB Pro is brilliant. This 16GB kit offers you a metallic RAM solution with addressable RGB lighting. Performance is solid too at 3200MHz and latency of C16.
Corsair Vengeance RGB Pro (32GB) | $135 at Amazon
If you feel like you need more than 16GB, how does 32GB sound? This kit is identical to the above Corsair offering but with double the amount of space for data. If you want more of a “sleeper RAM” look for your PC, this is a solid choice.
Corsair Vengeance LPX (16GB) | $70 at Amazon
The Corsair Vengeance LPX is essentially the Pro range of modules but without RGB lighting. These are also designed a little differently with a more subtle look.
Crucial Ballistix (16GB) | $115 at Amazon
Crucial also makes some killer RAM modules and the Ballistix series is a favorite of many PC owners for good reason. These modules are very good under load in games or creative software with a 3200MHz clock speed and C16 latency rating.
Best Storage deals
Whether you need a mechanical spinning hard drive for impressive capacity or an SSD for loading your favorite games and the OS, we’ve got you covered here with a roundup of the best storage deals around. M.2 NVMe SSDs require specific slots on your motherboard, so be sure to check your board manual before buying.
Kingston A400 (240GB) | $28 at Amazon
Kingston’s A400 range of SATA SSDs is great for increasing the capacity of your PC, or replacing a HDD inside your laptop. This 240GB drive is on sale and rather affordable for storing some games and documents.
Samsung 860 (1TB) | $100 at Amazon
Samsung makes some of the best storage drives on the market and the 860 is a solid series of SATA SSDs. This 1TB drive is perfect for storing your music, movie, and game collection, reducing load times, and noise compared to HDDs.
PNY CS900 (120GB) | $19 at Amazon
Fancy the cheapest SSD around for your OS install? PNY has the CS900, which performs well when used as an OS drive or for specific software and games.
Samsung 970 EVO (500GB) | $89 at Amazon
Samsung 970 EVO is the company’s slightly more premium series of SSDs compared to the 860. This 500GB option is great for storing large amounts of data and access it at lightning-fast speeds. This is because this SSD is an NVMe drive, requiring an M.2 slot.
Seagate BarraCuda (2TB) | $55 at Amazon
If you did want a mechanical hard drive with a spinning disk and motor to boot, Seagate is where you should go with the excellent BarraCuda range of HDDs. This 2TB option offers far more GB of space per $ compared to our SSD recommendations above.
Best PSU deals
The power supply unit (or PSU for short) is the most important part of the PC. It’s what delivers stable power to all your components, converting alternating current (AC) to regulated direct current (DC) in the process. If you buy a cheap PSU from an unknown brand, you run the risk of damaging your components.
Thermaltake Smart 500W | $48 at Amazon
Thermaltake’s Smart 500W PSU is a budget-friendly power supply with an efficiency rating of 80 Plus White. This means it’s not quite as efficient as more expensive PSUs on the market, but it will supply stable, reliable power to all your components.