37 absolute best Black Friday PC part deals to boost your gaming rig

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Black Friday is an excellent time to upgrade your gaming PC or to build a new one. The best Black Friday PC parts deals discount components across the board and those deals add up. Finding one of the best graphics cards in stock is going to be difficult this weekend, but there are several other ways you can improve your PC.

From motherboards to power supplies, CPUs, and RAM, Black Friday is one of the best times to build a PC. There are always a ton of deals on major components that you may have had you eye on all year. We've narrowed it down to 37 of the best we've seen so far.

And don't forget: Once your PC is ready, you'll need games to enjoy on it. You can get a ton of games with Xbox Games Pass for PC, and a Black Friday deal gets you the first three months for only $20.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: CPUs

The processor is the heart of your PC, which means it's often one of the most expensive pieces when putting your rig together. Thankfully, there are a ton of great CPU Black Friday deals to check out. Here are a few of our favorites to check out.


AMD Ryzen 9 5900X | $91 off

This is one of AMD's most powerful consumer-grade desktop processors. We reviewed the AMD Ryzen 9 5950X and found it to be an incredible CPU for gaming and productivity. The 5900X isn't too far behind with 12 cores and 24 threads, boosting up to 4.8GHz. Again, no cooler included.


AMD Ryzen 7 5700G | $79 off

The AMD Ryzen 7 5700G is a special CPU since it contains an integrated GPU. This doesn't sound much for those who used Intel CPUs before, but this is no ordinary GPU. It's Radeon graphics that allow this 8-core, 16-thread processor to easily handle modern games on its own with impressive results.


AMD Ryzen 9 5950X processor | $60 off

This computer processor is so good, our review even called it "overkill" for some gamers and content creators. The biggest hit against it was the price, but right now, it's down the lowest we have ever seen.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: RAM

A wise man once said you can never have too much RAM. Even if you're not building a PC from scratch this Black Friday, you could probably stand to upgrade the RAM kit inside of your current rig. Here are a few of our favorite Black Friday RAM deals that we've seen so far!


Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB DDR4 RAM | $15 off

You can check if this RAM is compatible with your build right on the product page. It has overclocking headroom and wide compatibility with DDR4 motherboards. Plus the price ain't too shabby either.


Crucial Ballistix 3200MHz DDR4 32GB | $34 off

This 32GB kit comes with dual 16GB sticks. You get 3200MHz performance, as well as a black finish that fits most builds.


Neo Forza FAYE 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4-3600 | $70 off

This DDR4-3600 (PC4 28800) kit from Neo is perfect for modern Intel and AMD PC builds. If you're not going with DDR5, 3600MHz is the sweet spot for the last generation of memory. This kit offers a capacity of 32GB with two 16GB modules and a latency of CL18 (full timing is 18-19-19-39) at 1.35v. For peace of mind, the RAM is backed by a lifetime warranty.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Storage

Like RAM, you really can't have too much storage. This Black Friday, we've seen some huge discounts on super-speed PCIe 4.0 drives, so it's a great time to pick one up. It's also a chance to grab some utility storage drives with high capacities for ultra-cheap prices.


Seagate FireCuda 530 PCIe 4.0 SSD | Up to $115 off

The FireCuda 530 SSD offers read speeds up to 7,300MB/s thanks to PCIe 4.0 technology. If your PC supports it, this is a great upgrade for gamers and power users who can't stand lengthy load times.


Crucial P2 | Up to $60 off

Crucial's reliable P2 internal M.2 SSDs are all on sale for Black Friday, with the best deal coming in the form of the 2TB model. However, all sizes from 250GB and up are on sale.


SK hynix Gold P31 | $32 off

The SK hynix Gold P31 is available in 500GB, 1TB, and 2TB sizes. Each is available with an extra 15% off at Amazon when you check the coupon code on the product page. You'll save the most money on the 2TB model, though 1TB and 500GB are also looking quite attractive.


Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus 1TB SSD | $20 off

Want the best PCIe 4.0 storage has to offer? You want to look at the Sabrent Rocket 4 Plus. This range of M.2 SSDs is among the fastest on the market, but this speed comes at a cost. This 4TB model is on sale for $150, allowing you to pack it full of PC games with transfer speeds of up to 7,000MB/s.


Samsung 980 1TB SSD | $40 off

Samsung makes some excellent storage solutions, and the 980 is a great range of PCIe drives. This 1TB PCIe 3.0 model is $40 off and can hit speeds of up to 3,500MB/s and 3,000MB/s for read and write, respectively.


Samsung 870 EVO 500GB SSD | $30 off

The Samsung 870 EVO is the company's answer for flash storage for the masses. These drives can hit up to 560MB/s and 530MB/s in read and write, respectively.


Samsung 980 PRO 250GB SSD | $10 off

This is it, the big one. The Samsung 980 PRO offers ridiculous transfer speeds of up to 7,000MB/s and 5,000MB/s for read and write, respectively. Just make sure you have a spare M.2 PCIe 4.0 slot.


Seagate Barracuda 2TB HDD | $8.50 off

If you want to get the most GBs of storage for your money, older mechanical SATA drives are where deals are to be had. This 2TB HDD from Seagate is just $47, a full $237 cheaper than the 2TB SSD from Samsung below. there is a downside to HDDs like this though, namely speed and noise/vibration from the motor.


Samsung 870 QVO 2TB SSD | $50 off

The Samsung 870 QVO series of SSDs are a steppingstone between more powerful and fast NVMe SSDs and mechanical HDDs. You get the same SSD technology here but at a more affordable price. These drives can still hit speeds of up to 560MB/s, which is more than good enough for games and file storage.


Crucial X6 external SSD | Up to $50 off

Crucial's X6 external SSD is capable of read speeds up to 540MB/s, but it's small enough to slip into your pocket. Save on 500GB and 1TB models at Amazon.


Samsung QVO 870 SATA III SSD

Save 20%

If you were hunting for a solid deal on a monster SSD for your PC this Black Friday, you should probably look no further. This deal from Samsung offers a massive 20% off the asking price, with huge 560/530 MB/s sequential speeds in a standard 2.5 inch SATA form factor.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Cases

Cases are a little trickier during big sales because they're the ultimate expression of who you are. Thankfullt, there are plenty to choose from, so it shouldn't be hard to find something you like that's on sale. Here are some of the biggest deals that really stuck out to us.


Hyte Revolt 3 ITX case (white) | Up to $50 off

The Hyte Revolt 3 ITX case in a white finish is available for as low as $100 as long as you don't mind adding your own PSU. If you'd rather include a modular 700W Gold SFX PSU, the price goes up to $200, with a $50 savings.


Hyte Revolt 3 ITX case (black) | Up to $50 off

The Hyte Revolt 3 ITX case is also available in a black finish. You can get a case without an included PSU for $100 (which is $30 off), or you can get one with an included modular 700W Gold SFX PSU for $200. That's a better deal, saving you $50.


NZXT H510 Flow

Maximum airflow

The NZXT H510 Flow is the latest version of NZXT's popular mid-tower case. It's the same H510 that we reviewed favorably, but it comes with a mesh front panel that allows for considerably more air to be pulled through to cool what's installed.


LIAN LI PC-O11 Dynamic | $16 off

The Lian Li PC-O11 Dynamic is a fantastic PC case. You can cram it full of components and even a custom water-cooling loop for one impressive-looking build. We reviewed the Lian Li O11D Mini, and this larger version is just as good.



This is a mid-tower case with a tempered glass side panel, can support up to 370mm long graphics cards, up to a 360mm radiator for a custom loop or AIO cooling, and has plenty of fan mounts for considerable airflow. It's well designed with magnetic filters on the top, front, and bottom of the case.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Motherboards

Motherboards might not be the most fun part of picking parts for your PC, but they're essential. In recent years, motherboard makers have gotten really creative with making them stand out as well. Here are some of our picks for the best Black Friday motherboard deals so far.


Gigabyte B550 GAMING X | $50 off

The B550 chipset is perfect for most AMD processor PC builds, and this Gaming X model from Gigabyte has everything you need. There's full support for up to DDR4-4733, 3000-series AMD APUs and 5000-series CPUs, two M.2 slots, and PCIe 4.0.


NZXT N7 B550

Mother of all boards

There's so much to appreciate with the NZXT N7 B550 motherboard. It's one of the best B550 chipset AMD motherboards around, rocking plenty of expansion, numerous I/O headers, and excellent cooling support. It also allows for NZXT components and accessories to connect directly without a controller hub.


ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming 4 | $50 off

If you're planning to stick with a 10th or 11th Gen Intel CPU (or buy one at a discount), you'll need a Z590 motherboard. The ASRock Z590 Phantom Gaming 4 comes with an 8-phase power design, support for up to DDR4-4800 RAM, PCIe 4.0, plenty of SATA and USB ports, and three M.2 slots.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Cooling

What's cooler than being cool? Ice cold. And with these sales on liquid coolers, you'll be able to keep your PC nice and frosty through anything you can throw at it.


Cooler Master MasterLiquid LC240E RGB | 25% off

This is the most affordable AIO in this promotion from Cooler Master, but it still comes rocking a 240mm radiator, two 120mm fans, and support for AMD AM4 and Intel LGA1151 sockets.


Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB V2 White Edition |

This is exactly the same as the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240L RGB V2, except it's in white. If you're bored of having all your components in the same black color, here's a little something different.


Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Illusion | 21% off

Now we're getting into the premium territory with far more expensive RGB fans that have lighting within the central hub, as well as the outer frame. Not only that, but the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Illusion comes with a translucent RGB water/pump block, which looks awesome.


Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML360 Illusion | 21% off

This is exactly the same as the Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML240 Illusion but with a 360mm radiator and an additional 120mm fan. You'll only really need something like this if you plan on overclocking an Intel Core i7, i9 or AMD Ryzen 7, 9 processor.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Power supplies

What is there to say about power supplies? You need power, they serve it up. Seriously, though, there are some wicked deals on power supplies for Black Friday, and these are some of the best we've spotted.


CORSAIR RMX Series RM650X (650W, Gold) | $60 off with rebate

Corsair makes some solid PSUs, and its RM650X has just the right amount of power to handle the latest CPUs and GPUs. It has an 80 Plus Gold efficiency rating and comes with a 10-year warranty. It's also semi-modular for easy cable management. This is a rebate offer, so remember to follow through with the promotion.


ASUS ROG Strix 550G PSU (550W, Gold) | 29% off

Did you know ASUS made power supplies? Well, you do now as the fully modular ASUS ROG Strix 550G is on sale for Black Friday. It's a 550W PSU with an 80 Plus Gold rating for efficiency. The PSU uses premium Japanese capacities, has a zero fan mode, and it's a dual ball-bearing fan for enhanced durability. It's also backed by a 10-year warranty.


Cooler Master MWE Gold 550 V2 | 42% off

The Cooler Master MWE range of PSUs is fully modular, which makes them ideal for clean PC builds. This 550W model is ideal for lesser-powered gaming PCs that don't have the latest RTX 30 series GPUs from NVIDIA. Even though it's $55, you get a 5-year warranty from Cooler Master.


Cooler Master MWE Gold 650 V2 | 38% off

Bumping up to 650W, you'll be able to use a GPU like the RTX 3060 Ti or RTX 3070 to create one powerful gaming PC. You get the same 5-year warranty here.


Cooler Master MWE Gold 750 V2 | 38% off

750W is the new sweet spot for modern gaming PCs with the latest from Intel or AMD, as well as NVIDIA. The 750W model is also backed by the same 5-year warranty.


NZXT C850 (850W, Gold)

Clean power

The C series of power supplies are great for supplying clean and reliable power to all your components. We reviewed the NZXT C650 and gave it high marks for being a Seasonic build, coming with a 10-year warranty, and having a fully modular design.

Best Black Friday PC part deals: Graphics cards

Okay, so, bad news: Graphics cards are either impossible to find or stupidly priced right now. That's been the case for the last couple of years. What's also been true for just as long, though, is that your best bet for picking up a graphics card is to just go ahead and pick up a prebuilt PC. That sucks if you wanted to build your own PC, for sure. But if that's the case, we'd recommend carrying your old GPU over to your new PC until stock has leveled out.


HP Omen 30L prebuilt gaming PC | Extra 10% off

Really want to save on a graphics card this year? Upgrade to the one you want in a prebuilt desktop like this where they don't overcharge you for it. It's the best way to avoid scalpers and over-priced eBay listings. Plus, with HP if you spend at least $1,000 you can use code WINTER10 to save 10%.

While building a PC can be fun and a more affordable way to get a powerful system, some people prefer to grab a prebuilt computer. In addition to not requiring any setup, in some cases, they're also the only way to buy an NVIDIA RTX 30 GPU on Black Friday.

Sean Endicott
News Writer and apps editor

Sean Endicott brings nearly a decade of experience covering Microsoft and Windows news to Windows Central. He joined our team in 2017 as an app reviewer and now heads up our day-to-day news coverage. If you have a news tip or an app to review, hit him up at sean.endicott@futurenet.com.