PC Parts Hardware & Components Prime Day Deals 2021: Early Motherboard, Processors, RAM, Graphics Card & More Savings Shared by The Consumer Post

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Prime Day deals experts at The Consumer Post are monitoring all the best early PC parts deals for Prime Day 2021, including all the latest offers on RAM, hard drives, SSDs, processors (CPU), graphics cards (GPU) & motherboards

BOSTON, Jun 20, 2021--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Here’s our guide to the top early PC parts, hardware & components deals for Amazon Prime Day 2021, featuring deals on NZXT, SSDs, hard drives & more. Links to the best deals are listed below.

Best processor (CPU) deals:

Best SSD deals:

Best motherboard deals:

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Best RAM & desktop memory deals:

Best PC case deals:

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Expert gamers would agree about the advantages of building your own PC. It’s not for everyone but it’s now easy to do with PC parts, hardware, and components available in electronics and computer shops. A gaming PC is one that should have a powerful motherboard such as those from NZXT. Another requirement is a graphics card with a GPU score of at least 8K and up like the Nvidia GeForce RTX 3080. A 16GB RAM would be decent but having a 32GB DDR4 would be best. And lastly, having an SSD of at least 512GB can do wonders in terms of gaming performance.

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