Home News Shopping for bargains? Try these stores Last updated: October 15. 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 New Dell G15 | i5-11400H | RTX 3050 | 8GB RAM | 512GB SSD | AU$1,799 AU$1,439 If you’re after a work machine that can also play games at modest settings, this is a brilliant price for an RTX 3050-powered gaming laptop. Boasts a 1080p display with 120Hz refresh rate. If you want the model with an RTX 3060 and 16GB RAM, that’s AU$2,079, down from AU$2,599. Via Dell.View Deal Alienware M15 Ryzen Edition R5 | Ryzen 9 5900HX | RTX 3070 | 16GB RAM | 1TB SSD | AU$3,699 AU$2,959 This Alienware normally approaches the four grand territory, so it’s a bit of steal to pick it up for a tad less than three. In addition to the specs above, the 15.6 inch 1080p display has a 165Hz refresh rate. Via Dell.View Deal Cheap gaming monitors in Australia Alienware 27 AW2720HF | AU$899 AU$494.45 This is a good price for a 240Hz IPS gaming monitor, though it’s only a 1080p affair. Still, it’s interesting to see just how much an extra 120Hz in speed makes a price difference (see the Alienware 25 model below). Via Dell.View Deal Alienware 25 gaming monitor | AU$1,299 AU$748.75 An extremely good price on this 360Hz 1080p gaming monitor, which is best suited to users who want to make no compromise in competitive play. This eBay deal probably won’t last long, but if you miss out Dell Australia is also selling it at a discounted AU$844.35. Or, if you’re happy with 240Hz, that version of this monitor is down to AU$375 at the moment.View Deal Cheap gaming keyboards in Australia Logitech G915 Lightspeed Wireless | AU$399.95 AU$255 Logitech don’t stuff around when it comes to high-quality gear, but AU$400 for a mechanical keyboard is still a bit too high for most. Maybe this AU$144.95 discount will make it a bit more appealing. Via Amazon.View Deal HyperX Alloy Origins Core | AU$169 AU$119 If your living quarters are small or you just love pint-sized keyboards, this tenkeyless affair manages to fit the usual array of ridiculous RGB colour into a keyboard that comes in at just over 30cm lengthwise. Via Amazon.View Deal Cheap gaming mice in Australia Logitech G703 Hero Lightspeed | AU$189 AU$122 This classy wireless affair has a 16,000 DPI sensor, as well as 1:1 tracking and 400+ IPS. It’s a damn smooth unit, in other words, and this is a substantial discount on a usually fairly pricey rodent. Via Amazon. View Deal Razer Basilisk X Hyperspeed | AU$109.95 AU$58 There’s a lot of Razer gear on sale at the moment, and this is a nice steal: a wireless, low-latency gaming mouse with 450 hours battery life via Bluetooth, and 285 if you use Razer’s own HyperSpeed Wireless tech. Via Amazon. Razer Deathadder V2 | AU$139.95 AU$69 Nice. This is a good price on this well-rated gaming mouse, though it’s been down to as little as AU$60 before. 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.View Deal Cheap gaming PC components in Australia Cooler Master MF120R A-RGB | AU$78 AU$63.50 on Amazon These fans can kit your tower out with some super-fancy RGB lighting on the cheap, and there’s “lots of airflow potential” according to our experts. This is a three-pack, but you can purchase more (or less) separately. 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. Hey folks, beloved mascot Coconut Monkey here representing the collective PC Gamer editorial team, who worked together to write this article!