Dell still has some of the best Prime Day PC gaming deals

Prime Day 2021 Dell PC gaming deals
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Dell has quietly posted some of the best Prime Day deals for gaming desktops, laptops, and monitors, and there's still time to hit many of them. A range of limited-time and limited-quantity deals are live over on the retailer's gaming catalog (opens in new tab), and they've quickly become some of our favorites from the entire sale. 

Let's start with one of the new Alienware Aurora desktop machines. Dell has a great deal on a Ryzen R10 Aurora packing an AMD Ryzen 7 5800 CPU, a hard-to-find GeForce RTX 3060 graphics card, a healthy 16GB of high-speed DDR4 RAM, and a 1TB M.2 SSD. It's hard to get discounted Alienware towers with high-capacity SSDs, let alone blazing-fast M.2 drives, since they often split internal storage with an old SATA hard drive which makes this a real unicorn of a deal at under $1,700.

  • Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 desktop | $1,659.99 at Dell (opens in new tab) 
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You can get a sizable and heavily discounted 34" curved Alienware monitor to go with that Aurora, too – or to upgrade your current screen. At a staggering $904 off, the beauty is more than half-off. With a 2ms response time, 1440p resolution, and 120hz refresh rate, this is an absolutely monstrous bargain.  

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Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 desktop | $1,889.99 (opens in new tab)

Alienware Aurora Ryzen Edition R10 desktop | $1,889.99 $1,659.99 at Dell (opens in new tab) 
This desktop beast has everything you need: a fast and spacious M.2 SSD, the exceedingly popular RTX 3060 GPU, and a tried-and-true AMD Ryzen 7 5800 at its core. The zippy ram and Aurora form factor are nice bonuses, and the bones of this machine are impeccable.  

Alienware 34" curved gaming monitor | $1,519.99 (opens in new tab)

Alienware 34" curved gaming monitor | $1,519.99 $615.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
The discount on this monitor alone is worth a second look, and the quality of its curved 34" screen is worth countless looks. With plenty of ports, 2ms response time, and 1440p output at 120hz, this monitor is big and beautiful enough for most anything.  

Dell G7 15" gaming laptop | $1,459.99 (opens in new tab)

Dell G7 15" gaming laptop | $1,459.99 $1,099.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)
The 15" G7 is extremely competitive at under $1,100. It's loaded with a 512GB M.2 SSD, a GTX 1660 TI with 6GB of GDDR6 VRAM, 16GB of DDR4 RAM running at a respectable 2933MHz, and a 10th-gen Intel Core i7-10750H. 

Alienware Area-51m R2 gaming laptop | $3,229.99 $1,949.99 at Dell (opens in new tab)

Alienware Area-51m R2 gaming laptop | $3,229.99 $1,949.99 at Dell (opens in new tab) 
We rarely see top-shelf Alienware laptops listed for under $2,000, which makes this Area-51m R2 deal something special. Its Intel Core i7-10700 will tear through anything with help from this beast's 8GB GTX 2070 Super, 512GB M.2 SSD, and 16GB of DDR4 RAM. It's hard to pass up nearly $1,300 off, especially for this kind of portable power. 

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Dell is also offering an impressive range of gaming laptops from its own catalog and Alienware's, with many sporting hefty solid state storage and GeForce RTX 30XX graphics cards. Altogether, this selection has really given some welcome choice and variety to the last-minute Prime Day hardware deals, so don't overlook what could be your ideal machine.  

We're been busy rounding up the best Prime Day laptop deals (opens in new tab) with picks for gaming, work, and casual use across a range of budgets. Be sure to take a look at the best Prime Day TV deals if you need something a little bigger, too.

Austin Wood

Austin freelanced for the likes of PC Gamer, Eurogamer, IGN, Sports Illustrated, and more while finishing his journalism degree, and he's been with GamesRadar+ since 2019. They've yet to realize that his position as a staff writer is just a cover up for his career-spanning Destiny column, and he's kept the ruse going with a focus on news and the occasional feature.