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Last updated: June 28th.
A couple of times a week, we delve into the deepest and darkest corners of the world wide web to discover some of the best PC gaming deals in Australia. This story will focus largely on highlighting discounts for hardware and PC peripherals, but if there’s any attractive deal of exclusive AU games, we’ll include them as well.
Without further ado, here’s our current selection of offers – as always, if you find anything good, let us know in the comments section below. This round-up will be updated weekly … or only when there is a particularly good deal to do. When the deal expires, we will remove them from the page.
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Cheap gaming PCs in Australia
New Dell G15 Œ œ i7-10870H | RTX 3060 | 16 GB of RAM | 1TB SSD | AU $ 2,124 (usually AU $ 2,499)
For just a little more than two sizes you can have this ray tracing beauty capable, which boasts a 165Hz 1080p screen that goes in at 15.6 inches. It’s also a great NVMe SSD, for that price range, and while the discount isn’t as big as Dell often has on their gaming laptops, the price is just right for the specifications.See the deal
Cheap game monitors in Australia
Dell S2721HGF game monitor Œ œ
AU $ 399 $ 299
For $ 300 you get a good monitor here: 27 inches of 1080p curved action, with a refresh rate of 144Hz that will very safely handle games at frames of 120fps and above. It’s also a classy thing to have on your desk.
ASUS TUF VG279QM Œ œ AU $ 496 (usually AU $ 699)
A little more than AU $ 200 savings on this 27-inch HD monitor that boasts HDR and a refresh rate of 240Hz, which can be overclocked to 280Hz if you like. It’s not in stock, but Amazon thinks it will ship in 1 to 3 weeks. Via Amazon.See the deal
Cheap gaming headphones in Australia
Razer BlackShark V2 Œ œ AU $ 102 (usually AU $ 174.95)
You can get this for about AU $ 130 usually, so an extra (almost) AU $ 30 of the RRP should not be ignored. It’s a wired game headset with 50mm conductors, a “hyperclear cardioid microphone” and advanced passive noise cancellation. See the deal
ASUS ROG Theta 7.1 Gaming Headset |
AU $ 549 AU $ 427.90
The ROG Theta is an undoubtedly expensive kit, but maybe a discount of ~ AU $ 100 can give you a tip. The Theta boasts 7.1 surround sound, virtual subwoofers and “eight ASUS Essence drivers,” as well as an AI noise cancellation microphone and USB-C connectivity.See the deal
Corsair HS50 Pro gaming headset |
85 USD AU $ 69 at Amazon
Here’s a quality, even without headphones, stereo game headphones for people who don’t want things to come from all directions like some hellish fever dream. This is usually just above the budget range, but with this discount you can get a little cheaper, and it also works on your consoles, if you have it.See the deal
Gaming keyboards in Australia
Razer Cynosa V2 Chroma gaming keyboard
$ 119.95 AU $ 59
While the RRP of AU $ 120 isn’t what you’d pay even on a normal day, this keyboard is cheaper on Amazon than elsewhere, where you’ll normally spend around AU $ 70. It’s dropped to AU $ 48 before, but this is still a good price if you want this board now.See the deal
Razer BlackWidow Chroma Œ œ AU $ 120 (usually AU $ 219.95)
The price of this green switch mechanical keyboard usually ranges between AU $ 170 and AU $ 200 in Australia, so this current Amazon deal is pretty good, although it was a bit cheaper last week during the big sale in the middle of the year. It has an advertised lifespan of 80 million keystrokes and all the colors you could possibly want, unless 16.8 million aren’t enough for you. Via Amazon.See the deal
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 Œ œ AU $ 229 (usually AU $ 269)
It may not be the latest K70, which scored well in our magazine, but this older model still makes fun of it: red mechanical key switches, a very compact design, and more RGB colors than you could push a stick in many lives. Via Amazon.
Great game bargains in Australia
Razer Deathadder V2 Œ œ AU $ 59.21 (usually AU $ 139.95)
A nice price for this well-ranked gaming top, which boasts a best-in-class 20,000 CPI sensor and optical click sensor. We scored an admirable 88 in 2020, so it’s worth investigating. Via Amazon.See the deal
Razer Naga Trinity Œ œ AU $ 118 (usually AU $ 169.95)
If you need a gaming mouse with a button upload, the Naga Trinity is probably already on your radar. There are up to 19 programmable buttons and interchangeable side panels, so you can choose whether to go in buttons or not, depending on what you’re playing. Via Amazon.See the deal
Cheap gaming PC components in Australia
Cooler Master MF120R A-RGB Œ œ
AU $ 78 AU $ 62 on Amazon
These fans can equip your tower with some super-fancy RGB lighting at a good price, and there’s “a lot of airflow potential” according to our experts. This is a pack of three, but you can buy more (or less) separately. See the deal
Capture card Elgato HD60 S |
AU $ 359 AU $ 271.60
The best capture card for the PC game can be had for dramatically less than its RRP on Amazon. The HD60 S captures up to 60fps at 1080p, with USB 3.0 connectivity. The built-in software is easy to use, too.
See the deal
Razer Gigantus V2 mousepad
AU $ 29.95 $ 22.40
If you are looking for a mouse pad that covers a lot of space, this Gigantus V2 comes in at 45x40cm, which is a lot of space for heated moments. It features a textured microfabric fabric surface and “high-density rubber foam with non-slip base”.See the deal
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