The best Australian PC gaming deals this week

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Last updated: March 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. 

For a wide range of deals, as well as live price comparisons, check out our sister site Getprice.

Cheap gaming PCs in Australia

Razer Blade 15 Advanced | i7-10875H | RTX 2070 Super | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | AU$2,999 (usually AU$4,899)
A very good deal on this extremely well-endowed Blade: in addition to the specs above you’re getting a 300Hz refresh rate on that screen, and all the usual RGB adornments. This is a very classy device and a steal at this price. Via Microsoft.View Deal

HP Omen 15 | i7-9750H | RTX 2080 | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD | AU$2,999 (usually AU$3,799)
Microsoft is flogging a bunch of high-spec laptops at the moment and this is among the best. Comes with a full HD LED display, “advanced cooling” and a fancy-as-always form factor. Via Microsoft.View Deal

Alienware M17 R3 | i7-10750H | RTX 2070 Super | 16GB RAM | 512GB SSD – AU$2,924 (usually AU$4,499)
This model has been on sale at various prices over the past few weeks but this is a good price. In addition to the above specs, boasts a 17.3 inch 1080p monitor with a 144Hz refresh rate and G-Sync. There’s also a higher-specced version of the M17 R3 going, with an RTX 2080 Super, 32GB RAM and a 1TB SSD for AU$4,159 (usually AU$6,399). Via Dell.View Deal

Cheap gaming monitors in Australia

Alienware 38 curved | AU$1,686.73 (usually AU$2,249)
Save AU$562.25 on this bent 38 inch gaming monitor. Features G-Sync and a 3840×1600 resolution, and a 144Hz refresh rate on DisplayPort (85Hz with HDMI). You’re coming here for size and HDR. Via Dell.View Deal

Acer XZ272P curved gaming monitor | AU$329 (usually AU$479)
If you want a screen with a bend in it, this 1080p monitor could do the trick, and a 165Hz refresh rate is pretty good at this reduced price. Boasts FreeSync tech and HDR 400. Via Scorptec.View Deal

Gigabyte G27QC 27 inch | AU$379 (usually AU$499)
A 27 inch QHD monitor with 165Hz at this price is a nice deal, though it depends whether you’re into the whole curved thing or not. Via Scorptec.View Deal

Cheap gaming headsets in Australia

Razer Nari Ultimate | AU$299 (usually AU$369)
This set of cans scored very well in our original 2018 review, mostly on the strength of their novel haptic feedback features. They also sound good too, with roomy earcups and a range of personalisation options. Via Microsoft Store.View Deal

Razer Nari Essential Wireless | AU$145 (usually AU$179)
This wireless pair boasts THX Spatial Audio, which in Razer’s words “engages the sense in a 360 degrees sphere.” The cups are gel-infused and there’s an advertised 16 hour battery life. Via Microsoft Store.View Deal

Cheap gaming keyboards in Australia

Razer Huntsman Elite | AU$299 (usually AU$379)
A tempting AU$80 off this clicky optical switch gaming keyboard, which our reviewer likes more than “even Cherry Blues” back in 2018. It boasts “gorgeous light rings” and “intuitive media controls,” too. Via Microsoft Store. View Deal

SteelSeries Apex 5 Hybrid | AU$147.37 (usually ~AU$180)
Some retailers sell this for up to AU$229, but usually it can be had for around AU$170. So this current Amazon price is good if you’re in the market for this model, which boasts hybrid mechanical switches, an OLED smart display and the usual smattering of fancy shiny colours. Via Amazon.View Deal

Razer 5 Chroma | AU$155.48 (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, albeit a bit priceier than it was a week ago (AU$120). 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.View Deal

Cheap gaming mice in Australia

Razer DeathAdder V2 | AU$74.28 (usually ~AU$100)
This dependable mouse boasts a 20,000 CPI sensor, optical click sensors and scored very well when we reviewed it last year. This Amazon deal ships from the US. View Deal

Razer Naga Trinity | AU$139 (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.View Deal

A note on affiliates: some of our stories, like this one, include affiliate links to online stores. These online stores share a small amount of revenue with us if you buy something through one of these links, which help support our work evaluating components and games. 

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