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It's PC Gaming Week at Amazon UK with discounts on everything to help you frag faster

Amazon is currently running a promotion from April 4 right up to April 10 called PC Gaming Week (opens in new tab). The retailer has slashed pricing across a selection of products from computer components to networking. Should you be on the lookout to upgrade your machine or even to replace your old monitor, you may want to visit Amazon this week and see what's on offer.

Here are a few that managed to grab our attention, but be sure to check Amazon for even more deals through this week.

Desktops

View more desktop deals (opens in new tab)

Laptops

View more laptop deals (opens in new tab)

Monitors

View more monitor deals (opens in new tab)

Accessories

View more accessory deals (opens in new tab)

Components

View more component deals (opens in new tab)

Networking

View more networking deals (opens in new tab)

As aforementioned, this promotion will remain live until the end of the week. Be sure to check Amazon for more details and discounts.

Rich Edmonds
Rich Edmonds

Rich Edmonds is Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him over on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.

6 Comments
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  • When in US?
  • Rip offs. I built my own AMD based machine for around £300. It's not the best but if I spend £100 more on it, it will rival an Xbox one. Good enough for me :) (everything is top notch except the gpu. Gpu upgrade would make it as powerful as Xbox one) Posted from Windows Central for Windows 10
  • Rather get a Xbox One then, doesn't an xbox one cost around £300?
  • Ah, but I wanted to play pc games :) And I needed a new pc at the time I built it. So I thought why not build a pc capable of gaming? The power of the pc has helped me in other ways too, not just gaming. I can run heavy CAD programs and simulation software, and I can run 3d rendering applications too, and because it's a pc I can run all at the same time with a game paused in the background :)
  • Makes sense