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OCUK Black Friday Deals of the Day #2

OCUK Black Friday Deals of the Day #2

OCUK Black Friday Deals of the Day

OCUK Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

The Black Friday deals are starting to appear all across the internet, so we have decided to share with you guys some of our favorite deals that we have found so far on Overclockers UK.

Overclockers UK has assured us that these deals will not get priced any lower over the Black Friday weekend, so you can buy them knowing that this the price is as low as it will go. 

The deals that we have showcased below are our own personal picks, there is a lot more that is on sale today, so it is definitely worth checking them out yourself. 

You can see all of Overclockers UK's current Black Friday Deals here.

 

OCUK Black Friday Deals of the Day

 

To start off with we have Acer's Predator X34 34" 3440x1440 IPS G-Sync monitor, which is one of the highest end G-Sync monitors that are currently available. With it's ultra wide screen, high resolution and high framerate, this monitor is pretty much the pinnacle of gaming monitors. 

Right now the FreeSync version of this monitor has had it's price reduced by £50 and is priced at £749.99

This monitor is currently has £60 off it's normal retail price and is currently priced at £929.99

 

                            Acer Predator G247HYU 24     AOC Q2577PWQ 25

Here are two great deals on some 1440p monitors, both of which are IPS and are priced at £169.99. They don't support FreeSync or G-Sync and have a refresh rate of 60Hz, but they are both high quality IPS panels and are coming in at a bargain of a price.

 

Predator G247HYU 24" 2560x1440 IPS ZeroFrame Gaming Widescreen Monitor - £169.99

Q2577PWQ 25" 2560x1440 IPS Professional Widescreen LED Monitor - £169.99

 

                                   Asus GeForce GTX 970 TURBO OC 4096MB GDDR5 PCI-Express Graphics Card      Corsair HX1200i 1200W '80 Plus Platinum' Digital Modular Power Supply (CP-9020070-UK)

 

Right now Overclockers UK have reduced the price of their Corsair HX1200i PSU by £40, bringing the price of this Digital PSU down to a much more affordable £159.99

On the GPU side there are plenty of deals which have caught our eye, but the ASUS GTX 970 Turbo OC is an absolute bargain at £229.99

 

                              AK Racing Nitro Gaming Chair - Red           AK Racing Nitro Gaming Chair - Green

 

Overclockers UK have a great range of Gaming chairs, plenty of which are at reduced prices this weekend. Right now the AK Racing Nitro Gaming Chair range has had their prices reduced by £35. These chairs are available in a wide range of colours and are now priced at £164.99, though there are many cheaper chairs on offer. 

You can see all of Overclockers UK's current Black Friday Deals here.

 

You can join the discussion on the Black Friday sales on the OC3D Forums

 

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Most Recent Comments

25-11-2015, 07:19:30

King of Old Old School
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't Quote

25-11-2015, 14:53:33

NeverBackDown
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
I wish more companies would do Black Friday Sales here but they don't
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.Quote

25-11-2015, 21:22:16

King of Old Old School
Quote:
Originally Posted by NeverBackDown View Post
They don't really make much money from it. Last year even though they sold more inventory than ever before they still lost money because they discounted waaaay to much. That was the US as a whole not sure about other places. This year based off the early deals it's not nearly as good as last years deals. They caught on this time.
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year aroundQuote

25-11-2015, 22:02:03

jimma47
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Originally Posted by King of Old School View Post
Computer shops never have sales at all the prices are they same all year around
Amazon have some nice deals but regardless of whether you put in "Ships to Australia" or not it seems to return the ones that aren't allowed to export.
Factor in shipping and you can still save a few dollars. My H100 delivered was $30 less than local - the downside was 2-3 weeks shipping.

Agreed on the sale items though. Even if they are advertised at 20% off half the time the 'original' price was never charged anyways. I remember Hardly Normal I think got in trouble about that once. Advertising 50% off but jacking the price up 100% the day before the sale... Or having sticker prices on an LG UM95 for $1999.00 so they could offer it to you for $1400.00 which was the recommended retail price...Quote

26-11-2015, 06:44:01

TalllPaul
I don't really see big discounts here, there is one graphics card they upped the price on before Black Friday to make it look like it had more of a discount lolQuote
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