The upcoming launch of the PS5 and Xbox Series X has put PC games out of the spotlight this holiday, but that doesn’t mean PC gamers will fall by the wayside on the deals. We’re now on the second day of Prime Day 2020 and there are still lots of great deals on gaming headsets, mice, keyboards and gaming laptops on Amazon and competing retailers like Best Buy and Newegg.
We encourage you to grab all of the deals you can find on Prime Day 2020 as there is no guarantee that Black Friday will offer better discounts – or the product at all.
Of course, it can be difficult to keep track of everything and you could miss out on some deals altogether. That’s why we̵
7;ve put together the best deals on all PC games. Stay tuned as we will keep you updated as soon as items are out of stock and new products are available for sale. If you’re looking for more great game deals, check out our recaps for PlayStation, Xbox, and Nintendo Switch.
$ 120 (was $ 250)
Amazon has an incredible offer on the WD Black SN750 NVMe SSD. Right now, you can buy 1TB of fast storage for just $ 120, compared to the regular price of $ 250. It should be noted that this is a Gen3 SSD, which means it won’t be fast enough for the PS5. You should therefore look out for a Gen4 PCIe SSD.
$ 110 (was $ 130)
The Corsair Strafe Mk.2 gaming keyboard features quiet Cherry MX mechanical keys, making it an estimated 30% quieter than its counterparts. It also offers adjustable RGB lighting, programmable macros and profiles, and additional keycaps for those who like MOBAs and first-person shooters.
$ 90 (was $ 130)
The Razer Huntsman Tournament Edition features the same great opitcal mechanical buttons as the Elite version, but in a much smaller form factor. This makes it optimized for games and saves space on your desk.
$ 60 (was $ 100)
The Razer Ornata gaming keyboard has padded wrist support, programmable macros, and mecha-membrane switches. The latter offers the tactile feedback of a mechanical key and is padded with a rubber dome for a quieter gaming experience.
$ 46 (was 60)
If you’re looking for an affordable gaming keyboard, you can’t go wrong with the Razer Cynosa. It has programmable macros and customization of RGB lighting, but arguably the best feature is its overflow protection. If you accidentally knock over a glass of water while playing, this keyboard will stay safe and ready to use.
$ 60 (was $ 100)
The Razer Naga Trinity gaming mouse is a versatile, modular mouse with three different side panels that you can swap out depending on your mood or style. This lets you toggle between a number pad, circular key placement, and the classic two side keys.
$ 49.96 (was $ 80)
The Logitech G502 SE Hero gaming mouse has a 16,000 DPI sensor that allows you to precisely tune the sensitivity of your mouse. It also has 11 programmable buttons that you can use to create custom commands or remap actions in games.
$ 28 (was $ 40)
The Corsair M55 RGB Pro gaming mouse has customizable RGB lighting and eight programmable buttons that you can assign to a variety of functions and macros on your PC. It also features an adjustable sensor with 12,400 DPI.
$ 1,700 (was $ 2,600)
The Razer Blade 15 is one of the most impressive gaming laptops out there. It is equipped with an Nvidia GeForce RTX 2070 graphics card, which has enough power to run modern games at high settings. The Razer Blade 15 has an Intel Core i7 processor that can be increased to 4.5 GHz, 16 GB of fast DDR4 RAM and a 512 GB SSD.
$ 400 (was $ 600)
BenQ’s EX2780Q gaming monitor is one of the best 1440p displays you can get right now. It’s also paired with a 144Hz refresh rate, which makes the gameplay look much smoother than a typical 60Hz monitor.
$ 55 (was $ 80)
Corsair’s Void gaming headsets are compatible with PS5 and Xbox Series X / S, although the 7.1 virtual surround sound feature is only available for PCs. If you want to use it with a next generation console, you should still be able to do so to take advantage of the PS5’s proprietary 3D audio technology.
Available in cherry and carbon
$ 1,100 ($ 1,600)
The ABS Gladiator is an Intel-based gaming PC with an i7-9700K processor, an RTX 2070 super graphics card and 16 GB DDR4 and a 512 GB SSD. That’s enough room for a couple of large games, but you should definitely upgrade if you want to install more than a few games at a time.
This gaming PC comes with a free copy of Marvel’s Avengers, along with a keyboard and mouse.
$ 1,250 (was $ 1,500)
This ABS Prism B gaming PC is equipped with a Ryzen 7 3700X processor, an RTX 2070 super graphics card and 16 GB DDR4. It also has a 1TB SSD that gives you plenty of room for some of your favorite games – although you will likely need more space if you play a lot. This PC is also equipped with a gaming keyboard and mouse.
$ 360 (was $ 410) with promo code 2FTSTECH63
This 10th generation i7 processor is a great processor that will work wonders in a high-end gaming PC. A free copy of Marvel’s Avengers comes with every purchase.
$ 130 (was $ 150)
This G.Skill Ripjaws V 32GB of RAM can be purchased at a great price thanks to a discount that brings the price down to $ 130. It’s the same RAM we used in our guide to building gaming PCs.
$ 120 (was $ 150)
If you’re looking for fast storage that enables fast load times, NVMe SSDs are the way to go. With this special Gen3 NVMe SSD you can achieve read and write speeds of up to 3,400 MB / s.
$ 1,150 (was $ 1,450)
For $ 300 off, you can get this great Asus gaming PC that comes with an RTX 2060 Super, Ryzen 7 3700X processor, and 16GB of DDR4 RAM. This is more than enough to run the vast majority of modern games at 1080p and decent settings. It also comes with a 512 GB SSD for storing your games.
$ 2,000 (was $ 2,200)
This Asus ROG Strix Scar gaming laptop is full of power thanks to its i7-10875H processor, 16GB DDR4 RAM and RTX 2070 super graphics card. This thing is more than capable of handling modern games in great environments – although you may not be able to enjoy all of that with ray tracing. With its 1 TB SSD, it’s a particularly exciting package for every PC gamer.
$ 1,300 (was $ 1,450)
The Acer Predator Helios is a humble gaming laptop that can handle most modern games with reasonable settings. The case contains an RTX 2060 graphics card, an i7-10750H processor, 16 GB DDR RAM and a 1 TB SSD.
$ 180 (was $ 200)
This 27-inch curved monitor from Samsung has a resolution of 1080p and a refresh rate of 60 Hz. It features FreeSync technology which allows the display to adjust to the refresh rate of your game (up to 60 Hz) and everything goes smoothly looks.
$ 120 (was $ 160)
This 24-inch 1080p monitor from LG offers a slightly higher refresh rate of 75 Hz. When combined with FreeSync, your games will look smooth and judder-free.
$ 90 (was $ 100)
The Corsair iCUE 220T gaming PC case offers excellent airflow with three fans and plenty of space in the case. Once set up, the RGB lighting can also be adjusted using Corsair’s iCUE software on your PC.
$ 150 (was $ 170)
The Corsair H100i RGB liquid cooling system is one of the best you can buy. We added it to our PC gaming build guide, and you won’t be disappointed with the cooling performance of your CPU – not to mention the RGB lighting which can be customized through the Corsair iCUE app.
$ 290 (was $ 340) with promo code 2FTSTECH293
The RTX 2060 isn’t the most powerful or cutting edge graphics card, but if you’re looking to make a budget PC, this is a great option. This particular Zotac gaming model is priced at $ 40 through October 16.
$ 100 (was $ 140)
When you need a power supply that is compatible with a high-end gaming PC, this 750W EVGA Supernova PSU gives you enough headroom to deliver a premium PC gaming experience.
$ 128 (was $ 160)
This AMD-based Asus TUF gaming motherboard is priced at $ 32 through October 16. If you’re building a gaming PC with an AMD processor, this is a great budget option. It is compatible with HDMI 2.1, PCIe NVMe M.2 SSDs and USB 3.2.
$ 120 ($ 140)
If you’re looking for great, reliable RAM, Corsair Vengeance is an excellent option. 32 GB DDR4 RAM comes in two 16 GB RAM sticks, and you can save them for $ 20 through October 16.
$ 88 (was $ 130)
While the gaming world is moving to NVMe M.2 SSDs for lightning-fast load speeds and more, SATA III SSDs are still worth your time. They’re much cheaper and right now, you can buy a 1TB WD Blue 3D NAND SSD for $ 88 through October 14th.
$ 350 (was $ 505)
Hard drives might not be the best for gaming these days, but 14TB of storage for $ 350 is no reason to sneeze. This is a great way to ensure that you can get everything you need for smaller capacity SSDs – like games, your operating system, and more – without running out of space.