Prime Day sees up to 30% off PC components and accessories

All you need for your PC this Prime Day.

Promotions like Prime Day are the times to check out the prices on some PC hardware and accessories, allowing you to upgrade your PC (or build a new one from scratch) for less. Right now, there are plenty of internal components and accessories listed with some discounted by as much as 30%. And these are some big brands too, including the likes of HyperX and Seagate.

Up to 30% off PC Hardware



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Prime Day is a fine day for anyone shopping for new PC components and accessories. Products from HyperX, Crucial, Seagate, and others are on sale right now.

We’ve rounded up some of our favorites from this collection below. To see what else is included in this promotion, be sure to check out the Amazon listing.

PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT



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The PowerColor Radeon RX 5500 XT won’t break any records in gaming, but it also won’t decimate your bank balance. This card is ideal for 1080p gaming and fits in perfectly with budget-concious PC builds.

$144 at Amazon

ASUS TUF Gaming B550M-PLUS



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B550 motherboards work well with Ryzen 3000 and 5000 series processors and this ASUS model is excellent for the price. It supports PCIe 4.0, comes with an 8+2 DrMOS power stage design for stable power delivery, 2.5Gb networking, and dual M.2 slots.

$128 at Amazon

Crucial BX500 2TB



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Crucial’s line-up of BX500 SATA SSDs are really good for storing all your games and media content. They’re not as fast as NVMe M.2 drives, but do strike a better balance between performance, storage capacity, and price.

$160 at Amazon

TP-Link 8 Port Gigabit PoE Switch



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Crucial’s line-up of BX500 SATA SSDs are really good for storing all your games and media content. They’re not as fast as NVMe M.2 drives, but do strike a better balance between performance, storage capacity, and price.

$53 at Amazon

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