Best PC Hardware Deals Of The Week

It’s always smart to save money, right? Well, we took a moment to scour the internet for great deals on peripherals and PC hardware. Sales are constantly changing and stock can sell out quick, so hop on these items before they’re gone.

If you come across some good deals yourself, share it in the comments below. Don’t be greedy!

Gigabyte GTX 1080 8GB Graphics Card – $449.99 (with promo code)

From Newegg

With the release of the Nvidia’s GTX 1080 Ti graphics card, the dethroned GTX 1080 dropped in price to around $500 from $650. Prices vary when it comes to graphics cards depending on the manufacturer and model, but swooping up a GTX 1080 for $450 is a tough deal to pass up if you’re in the market for a high-end card.

This particular model from Gigabyte features a triple-fan cooler, out-of-the-box overclocking, and 8GB of GDDR5X VRAM. Its core clock is at 1607MHz in game mode and goes up to 1632 in OC mode, while it has a boost clock of 1733MHz in game mode and 1771MHz in OC mode.

Be sure to use promo code “EMCREBJ28” to get the $50 off. You’ll also get a complimentary copy of Ubisoft’s For Honor or Ghost Recon: Wildlands with your purchase.

Logitech G602 Wireless Mouse – $39.99

From Logitech

Logitech’s G602 is regarded as one of the more reliable and accurate wireless mice, and it can be snagged for half its regular price. The mouse has 11 programmable buttons and on-the-fly sensitivity switching that goes up to 2500 DPI. It also has an extensive battery life, especially for normal everyday use; it can last 250 hours outside of gaming and has a power-saving mode that can keep the mouse going for up to 1440 hours.

Sennheiser HD 558 Headphones – $99.98

From Best Buy

The Sennheiser HD 598 headphones are regarded as some of the best at the consumer level. You can have the same audio quality with the Sennheiser HD 558 and for much cheaper. The HD 558 uses the same audio drivers as the HD 598–the main difference is the build quality. Keep in mind that the HD 558 is open-back, so sound will leak out from the headphones, but the benefits are better soundstage and positional audio.

The HD 558 has a 6.5mm jack natively, but it comes with a 3.5mm converter. This makes the input end fairly bulky, but it’s a minor complaint.

Acer G257HL 25-inch 1080p 60Hz IPS Monitor – $119.99 (extra $10 off with mail-in rebate)

From Newegg

You don’t necessarily need a 4K display to enjoy the latest games, and if you’re in need of a solid 1080p display that won’t break the bank, this Acer monitor is a great choice. It features an IPS panel which will give you much better colors over TN panels. It’s also low-profile with a sleek chassis and thin bezel. Take note, this monitor does not have a DisplayPort.

Seagate BarraCuda 4TB SATA Hard Disk Drive, 5900 RPM 6Gb/s 64MB Cache – $99.99

From Amazon

It may not be the fastest hard drive, but the Seagate BarraCuda 4TB drive packs a ton of storage for a great price. You’ll probably keep photos, videos, documents, and other non-essential files in this drive while letting your faster drive(s) do the heavy lifting for programs.

G.SKILL Ripjaws V 16GB DDR4 2400 RAM (2x8GB) – $102.99

From Newegg

As you may know, RAM prices have spiked recently. But if you’re in need of 16GB right now, a pair of G.SKILL Ripjaws 8GB sticks are on sale. Relative to the current prices of memory, these are some of the more cost-effective sticks that are known to be reliable.


Author Michael Higham

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