This week’s PC gaming deals

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This week’s PC gaming deals

We like cheap PC components and accessories. But you know what we like even more? Expensive PC components and accessories that are on sale! Each week, we have our bargainmeisters bring you a list of the best component, accessory, and software sales for PC gamers.

Some highlights of this week: Fallout 4 has hit its lowest price since launch, and the season pass for its newly announced DLC is on sale as well. And if you aren’t playing XCOM 2 or missed out on playing the original, the complete edition of Enemy Unknown is only $10. On the hardware side of things, upgrading your RAM can get you Rainbow Six Siege completely free. There’s also a Mini-ITX cube case, a 750W PSU, and our favorite budget GPU on sale, so those looking to build a brand new rig have a lot of options. 

Hardware Deals

Hardware deals:

— The Thermaltake Suppressor F1 Mini-ITX cube case is down to $48 on Amazon.

— The Dell UP2716D 27” monitor with a narrow bezel is down to $600 on Amazon, $100 off its regular price.

— Two 8GB sticks (16GB total) of HyperX Fury DDR4 2400 RAM is $73 on Newegg and comes with Rainbow Six Siege for free.

— The XFX Radeon R9 380 4GB GPU, our recommended budget graphics card, is down to $170 on Newegg after a $20 rebate.

— The Cooler Master GM Series G750M 750W 80 PLUS Bronze Modular PSU is down to $63 on Amazon after a $15 rebate.

Game Deals

Game deals: 

— Catch up on a classic with The Elder Scrolls 3: Morrowind’s Game of the Year Edition for $7 on Amazon.

— The Vanishing of Ethan Carter is $8 on GamersGate.

— With the recent announcement of a sequel, Farming Simulator 15: Gold Edition is half-off at $15 on Amazon.

— Not playing XCOM 2 or miss the first one? XCOM: Enemy Unknown: The Complete Edition is only $10 on Amazon.

— Fallout 4 is down to $40 on Gamestop, if you don’t mind buying the physical copy.

— If you already have Fallout 4, the Fallout 4 Season Pass is 15% off for $25.49 on the Golden Joystick Store.

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