Amazon Prime Day is upon us again, although this time it’s called Amazon Prime Big Deals Days. That’s certainly more of a mouthful but is technically more accurate, we suppose. Regardless, we’re here again to provide the best Amazon Prime Day deals as they arrive. If you’re looking for the best Amazon Prime Day PC deals, here’s the place to be, for the best PC-related offers on CPUs, GPUs, cases, coolers, SSDs, monitors, and much more.
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Prime Day is often a fantastic way to grab some great gear for your gaming setup. Whether you’re after a new graphics card, a gaming monitor, or just want a comfortable mouse, we’ve regularly seen genuinely great value deals come via Amazon’s big discount day. The trick, though, is getting in their quick before the deal finishes or stock dries up, so be sure to check back on this page regularly for the latest top deals.
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Corsair Crystal Series 680X
Corsair’s humongous dual-chamber case provides masses of airflow and a clean, clear view of the best parts of your PC, with the PSU and cables hidden in the rear chamber. However, its price is normally very high, at around $260, so today’s Prime Day discount to just $193 is a big saving.
AMD Ryzen 9 7950X3D
Arguably the ultimate CPU right now, the 7950X3D offers superb gaming performance and masses of multi-core processing power too. It’s an expensive chip, though, so its modest Prime Day discount is a welcome one. It’s currently just $599 in the US and £529 in the UK – the latter is the lowest price ever.
Intel Core i5-12600K
While a getting a little old now, the 12600K still has plenty of performance for a basic gaming system and can offer an upgrade path to upcoming Intel 14th-gen CPUs. Right now it’s at its lowest price ever, at just $163, though UK buyers don’t get a discount.
Razer Blade 15
Razer’s Blade 15 is a super-stylish and capable gaming laptop but its premium build generally comes with a premium price. Today, though, it has hit its lowest price ever on Amazon. Opt for the version with an Nvidia RTX 3070 Ti, 12th-gen Intel Core i9 14-Core CPU, 1TB PCIe SSD, and 16GB of DDR5 in the US and it’s just $1959. Originally listed at over $3500, this laptop hasn’t dropped below $2200 until now. Meanwhile, in the UK you can get an RTX 3070 version for just £1399 – again it’s lowest price ever.
MSI Katana 15
If you’re tempted by the raw specs of a laptop like the Razer Blade 15 but are on a slightly tighter budget, the MSI Katana 15 is an excellent alternative. This version includes an Intel Core i7 CPU, Nvidia GeForce RTX 4070 graphics card, 16GB DDR5, and 1TB NVMe SSD, along with a 144Hz 1080p display. Right now on Amazon it’s just $1,199.99, which is $300 cheaper than its recent pricing and $500 lower than its starting price. Buyers in the UK also see a £300 drop on a similar configuration.
ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 4080
The RTX 4080 is a powerhouse of a GPU but its price has always been eye-poppingly high. However, with today’s Prime Day discount, this Zotac version hits a new low at just $990. UK buyers miss out on this one, though, with it still at its standard £1100 price.
Asus ROG Strix GeForce RTX 4060 OC
On the lower end of the price scale, Asus’ RTX 4060 variant currently has a big drop from a usual $390 price and recently discounted $360 price all the way to the current $330 price. It’s still not as cheap as the likes of Intel’s new Arc A580 of AMD RX 7600 but it’s a quality Asus Strix version of a decent GPU.
Corsair HS80 RGB Wireless
Corsair’s HS80 RGB Wireless is a cracking mid-range gaming headset that normally retails for around $140, and while its price today of $110 isn’t the cheapest it has ever been, it’s a decent saving, with it only ever being $10 lower.
HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless
The HyperX Cloud Alpha Wireless is a wonderfully comfortable and great-sounding headset that currently has 29% off in the UK. While not the cheapest this headset has ever been, its current price of £129 hasn’t been matched in many months, making this a genuinely good deal. Meanwhile, in the US, its price is actually higher than it’s been recently – sorry about that one!
Cut a stylish figure while your game with what is perhaps the slickest-looking gaming headset around. The white Razer Barracuda is effortlessly sleek and currently has a massive 48% discount, down from a usual £140-£150 to just £99 in the UK. Meanwhile US buyers can get 38% off the black version, with it down to $99.
SteelSeries Apex Pro HyperMagnetic
The SteelSeries Apex Pro gaming keyboard offers a super sleek-looking design, with its slim metal top and little OLED multimedia panel. It also includes adjustable-actuation switches and a USB passthrough port. It’s normally a premium keyboard costing $190 but is today just $149. It’s also discounted in the UK, dropping £50 from its usual price.
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 64GB
Ok, so not all of us really need 64GB of RAM but at this price there’s an argument for saying you might as well have that much. Costing as much as $470 at one time, this Corsair DDR4 3600 kit today is just $121. Buyers in the UK also can get this memory kit at its lowest ever price.
Logitech G Pro X Superlight
While the Superlight may have recently been superseded by the Superlight 2, it still remains one of our choices for best gaming mouse, and its current price makes it a better buy than it has been in a while. Always a pricey mouse, it has been this cheap before but generally hovers around $20-$30 more expensive and fully $50 cheaper than the Superlight 2. Its price is similarly decent now in the UK too, at £103.
Logitech G203 Lightsync
Ever a budget gaming mouse, the Logitech G203 Lightsync regularly flips between costing around £20 and around £30 so today’s discount to £16 is the cheapest it has been since April this year. It’s a basic gaming rodent but if you just want a mouse for your kids or to have as a spare, it’s an easy cheap option. This is one where American buyers miss out – it’s currently the price it has been for a long time ($21)
Logitech G502 Lightspeed
The Logitech G502 has been a stalwart of the gaming mouse scene for ages and the wireless Lightspeed version is arguably the best yet. A mouse that’s retailed for as high as £130, it regularly goes for around £90 these days but today is just £60. Its price of $98 is decent for US buyers too, even is it isn’t the absolute cheapest it has been.
Logitech MX Vertical
Logitech’s top-tier ergonomic mouse puts your wrist at a more comfortable angle to reduce RSI. It also ties in to the company’s Logi Options software that includes useful functions like being able to copy and past between different devices. Right now it’s just £70, down from a usual £85+, while in the US it’s $83, down from a usual $100.
Razer Basilisk V3
The Razer Basilisk V3 is a sleek-looking, palm-grip-friendly, wired mouse with a tilt scroll wheel and 11 extra buttons, making it great as a gaming/productivity crossover mouse. It normally retails for around £55-£70 but is today discounted to just £43.99.
Razer Deathadder V2 Pro
The Razer Deathadder V2 Pro is a couple of years old now but remains a great option if you prefer a larger, palm-grip-focused wireless gaming mouse. Originally priced at around $100, it’s now down to just $59 in today’s Prime Day sale. It’s not so cheap in the UK but its current £70 price is a decent saving on its regular £99 price.
HyperX Quadcast S
HyperX’s USB streaming mic has a big discount in both the US and UK today, with both regions seeing it reach its lowest ever price. Like other USB microphones, it offers a big step up in sound quality from a standard headset mic, bringing clarity to your gaming, calling, and recording. It’s currently massively discounted to $110 or £90.
This 34-inch panel can hit 175Hz with its 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and its use of QD-OLED technology means its response time is all but instantaneous, for blur-free gaming. Normally selling for around $1,200, it’s currently discounted to just $999 for Prime Day. That’s still an expensive monitor, but a $200 saving isn’t to be sniffed at.
AOC Gaming U34G3XM 34-inch ultrawide gaming monitor
This 34-inch, QHD ultrawide gaming monitor from AOC uses a VA panel and can hit up to 144Hz refresh rate. That wide aspect ratio and high VA-derived contrast of 4000:1 should make it a great video-watching panel as well as a solid gaming option too. It’s currently at its lowest price ever of just $387, while its even lower in the UK, hitting £249.
LG 32GR93U 32-inch 4k gaming monitor
This 32-inch, 4k panel can hit 144Hz and includes both Freesync and G-Sync support. Consistently priced at $800, it has today dropped to $650, making it still a pricey option but LG’s IPS gaming monitors consistently impress us with their performance.
LG 34WQ73A-B UltraWide 34-inch gaming monitor
If you’re after a slightly more affordable ultrawide gaming monitor than the Alienware AW3423DW then the LG 34WQ73A-B is worth a shout. It normally retails for around $470 but is just $329 today – just $6 more than its cheapest ever price.
Samsung Odyssey G5 27-inch gaming monitor
Samsung’s Odyssey G5 LC27G55TQBUXXU has hit its lowest price ever on Amazon today. The 27-inch panel has a 144Hz refresh rate and QHD resolution – the all-round gaming combo – and has a hefty 2500:1 contrast ratio for deep-looking dark colours. It’s a steal for just £204.
MSI Meg X570 Unify Motherboard
X570 motherboards are of course quite old now and lack support for modern DDR5 memory, but if you want a features upgrade from an earlier AMD AM4 motherboard, this MSI Meg X570 Unify is a top option. Originally retailing for $300, it’s now just $210 – its lowest price ever.
The Logitech G29 is a stalwart of the racing wheel world. While far from the most premium option around, it still offers decent build quality and force feedback feel, making it a solid entry level option for aspiring racing sim gamers. Normally priced at around £220, it’s a steal at under £180. Sadly, American buyers don’t currently have a discount on this one.
Logitech G Driving Force
Logitech’s manual gear shift add-on for its racing wheels only generally costs around £50 in the UK but is currently just £25 for a huge 46% discount. However, US buyers aren’t in luck with it still retailing for $60 at the time of writing.
Trust Gaming GXT 619 Thorne
Grab yourself a simple soundbar setup for your desk with this budget Trust Gaming GXT 619 unit. It’s normally fairly affordable at around £50 but is now just £25, making it a support low-cost, entry-level option for those wanting to upgrade from monitor speakers.
Samsung 990 Pro 4TB
Samsung’s 990 Pro is among the fastest PCIe 4 SSDs going and this 4TB version should provide all the storage you’ll need for many scenarios. Previously priced at $345, it’s discounted today to just $280. Buyers in the UK can also get the 2TB version with a heatsink for its lowest price ever.
WD Black SN850X 2TB
The WD Black SN580X is a very capable PCIe 4 SSD that delivers fantastic performance and has always been competitively priced. Now, thanks to a Prime Day discount, it’s even more worth grabbing, with this 2TB variant seeing a $30 drop in its usual price in the US and a drop to its lowest-ever price in the UK too.
Elgato Stream Deck MK.2 White
Take control of your gaming and streaming setup with Elgato’s fantastic Stream Deck Mk.2 in white, currently with 25% off in the UK. This programmable grid of buttons makes it super easy to fire off all manner of commands for controlling your hardware and software, but they’re normally quite pricey. Not today, though. At least not for UK buyers.
What is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Day is two days of deals on almost every single category on Amazon, including gaming PC components and peripherals. The event happens a few times each year, but the deals are exclusively available to those with a Prime membership.
When is Amazon Prime Day?
Amazon Prime Big Deals Days will take place from October 10 – 11. This is likely to be the last Prime Day of the year, so make sure you don’t miss it.
How do I get the best Prime Day deals?
You need to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership to access the deals across the site. Get a free 30-day trial below.
Once you’ve signed up as a Prime Member, keep your eyes on Custom PC throughout the event on October 10-11 and we’ll make sure you don’t miss anything exciting. It’s a good idea to sign up in advance, just so you don’t miss any limited-time deals while getting set up on the day.