Years ago, if you wanted to save money on a computer, and you were a little tech-savvy, you'd build it yourself. Not only would you save money, you could get the exact hardware you wanted. Plus, it made upgrading in the future much easier.
Given the way prices have dropped on computers, a store-bought computer is typically going to be less expensive than one you build yourself. However, a lot of people still build their own so they can get the specs they want, or just because they love doing it. If you're one of those people, we have some good news.
Today, Amazon is offering up to 60% off two dozen computer components (while supplies last) that would go great in your next build, or that you can use to upgrade your existing rig. From cases to monitors to solid-state hard drives to graphics cards, you'll probably find something you want.
Some of the standout deals include:
- ViewSonic 27-inch LED monitor for $171.49 (reg. $406)
- SanDisk 128GB Flash Drive for $27.99 (reg. $79.99)
- Transcend 256GB SSD for $66.99 (reg. $139.99)
- TP-LINK Dual Band Wireless Gigabit Router for $187.99 (reg. $349.99)
And for the hardcore gamers:
- Gigabyte GeForce GTX 980 4GB for $469.99 (reg. $991.54)