Last updated: June 9.
A couple of times a week, we trawl through the deepest, darkest corners of the world wide web in order to unearth some of the best PC gaming deals in Australia. This story will largely focus on highlighting PC hardware and peripherals discounts, but if there are any appealing AU-exclusive games bargains, we'll include them too.
Without further ado, here's our current selection of deals — as always, if you spot anything else good, let us know in the comments section below. This round-up will be updated weekly… or just whenever there's an especially good bargain to be had. As bargains expire, we'll remove them from the page.
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Cheap gaming PCs in Australia
New Dell G15 | i7-10870H | RTX 3060 | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | AU$2,124 (usually AU$2,499)
For just a bit over two grand you can have this ray tracing capable beauty, which boasts a 165Hz 1080p screen coming in at 15.6 inches. That’s a big NVMe SSD too, for this price range, and while the discount isn’t as big as Dell often has on its gaming laptops, the price is right for the specs.
Alienware M15 R4 gaming laptop | i7-10870H | RTX 3060 Ti | 16GB RAM | 512SSD | AU$2,549 (usually AU$3,399)
In addition to the specs above, this flash gaming laptop has a 1080p screen with a blistering 300Hz refresh rate. These M15 R4s are seriously elegant bits of kit, so it’s worth consideration. Via Dell.
Cheap gaming monitors in Australia
Alienware 27 gaming monitor | AU$539.40 (usually AU$899)
A nice AU$359.60 off this 27 inch gaming monitor: it’s a 1080p deal, but it comes packing a more-than-you-probably-need 240Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and AMD FreeSync. Via Dell.
ASUS TUF VG279QM | AU$495 (usually AU$699)
A little over AU$200 savings on this 27 inch HD monitor which boasts HDR and a 240Hz refresh rate, which can be overclocked to 280Hz if you fancy it. It’s not currently in stock but Amazon reckons it’ll be dispatched within 1 to 3 weeks. Via Amazon.
AOC AGON AG273QG | AU$499 (usually AU$799)
Here’s a 1440p 27 incher with all the usual modern mores: a 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time and G-Sync. It also comes with AOC’s gaming screen shield, which is probably a divisive touch, but you can take it off. Via MWave.
Cheap gaming headsets in Australia
Razer BlackShark V2 | AU$128 (usually AU$174.95)
You can get this for around AU$130 usually, so an extra (almost) AU$30 off the RRP is not to be ignored. It’s a wired gaming headset with 50mm drivers, a “hyperclear cardioid mic” and advanced passive noise cancellation.
Cheap gaming keyboards in Australia
Razer BlackWidow Chroma | AU$129 (usually AU$219.95)
The price on this green switch mechanical keyboard generally hits between AU$170 and AU$200 in Australia, so this current Amazon deal is quite good, though it was a tad cheaper last week during the big mid-year sale. It has an advertised 80 million keystroke lifespan and all the colours you could possibly want, unless 16.8 million isn’t enough for you. Via Amazon.
Corsair K70 RGB MK.2 | AU$229 (usually AU$269)
It may not be the more recent K70, which scored well in our review, but this older model still does the trick: red mechanical key switches, a very compact design, and more RGB colours than you could poke a stick at across several lives. Via Amazon.
Cheap gaming mice in Australia
Razer Deathadder V2 | AU$67.72 (usually AU$139.95)
A great price on this well-rated gaming mouse, which boasts a best in-class 20,000 CPI sensor and optical click sensors. We scored it an admirable 88 back in 2020, so well worth investigation. Via Amazon.
Razer Naga Trinity | AU$119 (usually AU$169.95)
If you need a gaming mouse with a crapload of buttons, 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 button mad or not, depending on what you’re playing. Via Amazon.
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