Prime Day PC component deals are going to be all the rage this year as the electronics shortage slowly dissipates.
- Get up to 54% off PC components from Samsung, Crucial, Seagate, and more. (Amazon UK)
Prime Day GPU Deals
With the crypto bubble finally bursting and not seeming to recover properly this time around, graphics cards have slowly come back into stock. The best thing is? Sales featured this Prime Day show What GPUs should be really priced.
It’s a good time to buy a GPU, especially if you can’t wait for more releases to come later this year. Even the biggest products are discounted, meaning you can see huge discounts on brand new high-end cards, a far cry from what the market was like just seven months ago.
Prime Day CPU Deals
It’s probably also a good time to upgrade your CPU, as current offerings from AMD and Intel are doing pretty well. Whether you wait a little longer for AMD’s Ryzen 7000s is up to you, but skimping on some of the Intel chips that will be on sale isn’t something we recommend. Expect to see DDR4 RAM on sale across the board as DDR5 slowly begins to seep more and more into the market.
Prime Day deals on PC storage
NVMe, SSD, HDD, whatever will be on sale. Even if you can’t find the one you want, there’s always a chance that some external drives are “shuckable” and can be inserted directly into your PC.
But that’s not all, you can also get awesome savings on Amazon UK for PC storage, including:
Prime Day Food Deals
Have you heard of these GPU power requirements? We have and it is creepy. Don’t be taken aback by your 550W PSU and upgrade to something much more suitable today.
Motherboard Prime Day Deals
If you’re thinking of upgrading to the next AMD chips or even the next Intel chips (starting with the 12th Gen), you’ll want to consider getting a new motherboard to help you work with the new features that will be available. PCIe 4.0, 5.0 and Wi-Fi 6 are well worth the investment.
Prime Day deals on PC cases
Building for the first time or need something to house all those extra parts that will be leaving your current PC? Fear not, we suspect a few PC cases will go on sale during Prime Day.