PC gaming can be a very expensive hobby, but thankfully Amazon Prime Day has seen some awesome discounts on the gear we love the most, including graphics cards, processors, chairs, monitors, mice, keyboards, and more. No matter what types of games you play on your PC, these items are sure to make your experience that much better.

Unreal gaming performance: ZOTAC NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti

Editor's choice

If you're holding out on upgrading to the beastly NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti GPU because of its price, you might want to bite and save about $260. This version from ZOTAC has two fans, a boost clock up to 1,545MHz, and the ports and power you need for standard VR, gaming, and everything in between.

$1,040 (was $1,300) at Amazon

Razer style: Razer DeathAdder Elite

Staff pick

This stellar mouse is great for gaming and just about anything else thanks to an ergonomic design that doesn't fatigue your hand and a downright amazing 16,000 DPI sensor that will keep you in the game. Included is a two-year warranty to back up your investment.

$35 (was $45) at Amazon

Gaming mousepad: SteelSeries QcK

Easy buy

This mousepad, which measures 12.6 inches x 10.8 inches, has a woven design built to offer the best performance for sensors in gaming mice. It's not abrasive on the hand, it has a rubber bottom to keep it from slipping, and it's been used by pros for years. Grab a couple now and you won't have to worry when you wear one out.

$7 (was $10) at Amazon

New CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X

AMD Ryzen CPUs are affordable to begin with, but right now you can save significantly more on the impressive Ryzen 7 2700X. It has eight cores and a clock speed up to 4.3GHz, plus it can be overclocked for even better performance. If you've been thinking about upgrading your rig, definitely consider going with Team Red.

$200 (was $249) at Amazon

Stylish comfort: AmazonBasics Gaming Chair

Sitting for long periods of time will almost always hurt your back and rear, especially if you don't have a comfortable chair. Amazon's own lineup of gaming chairs is a good choice to remedy the issue, coming at you with an aggressive design, plenty of padding, and adjustable armrests so you can get your keyboard and mouse hands sitting comfortably.

$112 (was $160) at Amazon

Streamers rejoice: Logitech HD Pro C920

The C920 from Logitech is a reliable webcam used by many for work calls, communicating with loved ones, and even streaming. The crystal clear image picked up and recorded in 1080p makes it worth every penny.

$40 (was $50) at Amazon

Reliable wireless internet: D-Link AC1900 Router

D-Link's AC1900 router is a worthwhile upgrade if you're stuck with a slow ISP router that can't seem to handle all your gaming traffic efficiently. Not only is it great for gaming (especially on multiple devices), but there are features that will aid with 4K streaming and creating reliable connections.

$70 (was $120) at Amazon

Gaming headset: HyperX Cloud II Gaming Headset

The Cloud II headset is a fantastic gaming peripheral that offers immense levels of value. Not only can you use this headset with your PC, Xbox, PlayStation, among other devices, but it has a durable aluminum frame, comfortable memory foam ear pads, and everything else you'd expect from a mid-range gaming headset.

$70 (was $86) at Amazon (red)

Premium gaming mouse: Logitech G502 Mouse

The Logitech G502 gaming mouse is tried and tested by countless PC owners. It's a sound mouse with great accuracy, can be personalized with weights and you're able to program the 11 available buttons to perform whatever action is needed.

$35 (was $48) at Amazon

Amazing value gaming mouse: SteelSeries Rival 600

The Rival 600 from SteelSeries is one of the best value mice you can buy for gaming. The 12,000 CPI TrueMove3+ dual-sensor setup is incredibly accurate and there's an integrated weight system allowing you to configure how the mouse feels. And no gaming mouse would be without RGB lighting, but thankfully SteelSeries didn't make it obnoxious.

$50 (was $73) at Amazon

Stylish headset: Corsair Void PRO RGB

The Corsair Void PRO RGB is a serious headset for serious gamers. It supports Dolby 7.1 surround sound, is Discord certified, comes rocking 50mm drivers, and packs everything inside a sleek-looking carbon package. It's also wireless!

$60 (was $80) at Amazon

Retractable microphone: SteelSeries Arctis 7

The Arctis 7 is a stunning headset from SteelSeries and is part of the headset family that makes use of ski-bands for extreme levels of comfort. This model, in particular, can be connected to your PC or game console and can be used wirelessly or via a USB cable, depending on your preference. An excellent headset for the price.

$100 (was $130) at Amazon (white)

Robust router: TP-Link WiFi 6 AX6000

What makes this router so good? Not only does it have blazing-fast Wi-Fi 6 speeds, but also eight LAN ports, USB ports, incredible range and reliability, and a 1.8GHz quad-core CPU with two co-processors to handle all your traffic needs and reduce latency.

$250 (was $350) at Amazon

Curved gaming monitor: Samsung CJG5

Samsung's CJG5 is a curved display, making it a unique purchase compared to traditional flat panels. That's not the only party trick here as it boasts a 2560x1440 resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, 300:1 contrast ratio and some excellent color reproduction. It's pretty much perfect for PC gaming.

$299 (was $330) at Amazon

Budget gaming monitor: Acer KG241Q

The Acer KG241Q is an affordable monitor with a 1080p resolution, 144Hz refresh rate, AMD FreeSync tech support, and DisplayPort and HDMI to hook up your PC and other gaming devices. There's nothing really advanced here, but you shouldn't expect that with the price.

$150 (was $183) at Amazon

Kitting out your gaming rig

All of the above discounted gaming gear can no doubt find a home next to your PC, but you might be wondering just what to buy first while Prime Day lasts. If you've been waiting to upgrade your rig with a new GPU, be sure to consider the ZOTAC NVIDIA RTX 2080 Ti, discounted by $260 for a total price of $1,040. It has the power to handle pretty much anything, including VR, design, and development, and it will surely deliver about the best gaming experience possible.

Those looking to buy a new multipurpose mouse with a lean towards gaming should check out the Razer DeathAdder Elite. The ergonomic design is perfect for gaming or productivity, the sensor is about as good as it gets for when you need to aim true, and it's styled in the usual Razer way to match any other accessories you have.

Finally, as an add-on, don't hesitate to add a SteelSeries QcK gaming mousepad. It's built to offer the best tracking possible for gaming mice, it's big enough for sweeping gestures, and it won't slip around thanks to a rubber bottom.

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