Amazon Prime Day 2019: Best Deals in PC Hardware and Gaming

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Amazon Prime Day 2019 is officially upon us. This two-day holiday features discounts in just about every category covered by Amazon, exclusively for Prime members (no worries if not, there is a 30-day free trial and student discounts). We saved you some time and scoured the list for the very best computer hardware and gaming deals, including cases, power supplies, motherboards and more.

Although Prime Day does not end until tomorrow night, the best deals tend to sell out, so do not delay. Share your favorite deals in the comments. In covering the sale last year, we did see Newegg.com and other retailers match Amazon’s pricing, so be sure to comparison shop.

Not to be outdone, Walmart and Target are getting in on the action as well.

New deals will be added to the list below as they launch.

 

CPUs

AMD Ryzen Threadripper 2950X Processor

  • Prime Day Price: $549.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $730.59
  • Newegg Price: $829.99
  • Savings: $180

AMD Ryzen 7 2700X Processor

  • Prime Day Price: $199.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $248.49
  • Newegg Price: $254.99
  • Savings: $49

 

 

Motherboards

Asus ROG Strix Z390-E Gaming Motherboard

  • Prime Day Price: $188.00
  • Regular Amazon Price: $231.99
  • Newegg Price: $239.99 (+$40 promo code)
  • Savings: $44

GIGABYTE X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

  • Prime Day Price: $99.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $124.90
  • Newegg Price: $139.99
  • Savings: $25

 

Memory

Ballistix Elite 16GB (2 x 8GB) 288-Pin DDR4 SDRAM DDR4 3600 Memory 

  • Prime Day Price: $104.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $151.99
  • Newegg Price: $151.99
  • Savings: $47

 

Video Cards

Sapphire 11266-04-20G Radeon Pulse RX 570 4GB GDDR5

  • Prime Day Price: $119.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $149.44
  • Newegg Price: $175.89
  • Savings: $30

ZOTAC Gaming GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Twin Fan 11GB GDDR6 352-bit Spectra RGB LED

  • Prime Day Price: $1039.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $1249.99
  • Newegg Price: $1079.99
  • Savings: $40

MSI GeForce RTX 2070 Gaming X 8GB

  • Prime Day Price: $489.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $599.99
  • Newegg Price: $489.99 (+$40 promo code) –> Lowest Price
  • Savings: $110

 

Storage

WD Blue 3D NAND 4TB Internal SSD

  • Prime Day Price: $429.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $549.99
  • Newegg Price: $549.99
  • Savings: $120

Samsung 970 EVO 500GB – NVMe PCIe M.2 2280 SSD

  • Prime Day Price: $89.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $149.99
  • Newegg Price: $139.95
  • Savings: $50

 

Cases

CORSAIR CARBIDE 275R Mid-Tower Gaming Case

  • Prime Day Price: $64.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $89.99
  • Newegg Price: $78.99
  • Savings: $25

CORSAIR Crystal 460X RGB Compact Mid-Tower Case

  • Prime Day Price: $89.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $119.99
  • Newegg Price: $119.99 (+$20 rebate)
  • Savings: $30

CORSAIR Crystal Series 680X RGB

  • Prime Day Price: $199.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $239.99
  • Newegg Price: $239.99 (+$20 rebate)
  • Savings: $40

Thermaltake Core P5 Tempered Glass Black Edition ATX Open Frame

  • Prime Day Price: $181.60
  • Regular Amazon Price: $229.99
  • Newegg Price: $241.99 (+$20 rebate)
  • Savings: $48

Gaming Peripherals

CORSAIR K70 LUX Mechanical Gaming Keyboard, Cherry MX Blue

  • Prime Day Price: $79.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $119.99
  • Newegg Price: $79.99
  • Savings: $40

ASUS ROG Strix Flare (Cherry MX Brown) Aura Sync RGB Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

  • Prime Day Price: $134.99
  • Regular Amazon Price: $169.69
  • Newegg Price: $239.99 (+$40 promo code)
  • Savings: $35

 

There are plenty of other deals, including deeply discounted Amazon devices (Alexa, Kindle and Fire Stick). In order to keep this list a reasonable length, we only included computer hardware and accessories. If you come across other great deals, post them in the comments.

Matt Ring (mdcomp)

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Discussion
  1. :bang head:facepalm::censored:
    My PC is plugged into the wall right now. How crazy am I? Well I think it has one of those outlet surge protectors, but I don't really believe those do anything.
    UltraTaco
    :rofl:
    What's wrong with powering from the outlet?

    Brown-outs & surges. A UPS keeps to voltage consistent and protects the electronics plugged into it.