Not long ago even the power supplies, those undescribed pieces of metal, destined to sit in a dark void in a PC box, were removed in an instant. Fortunately, today there is good news for PC gamers. Today you can not only find PSUs in stock, but you can also find them on sale in Prime Day deals.
However, there are some important considerations when choosing a PSU beyond price. While I’m really looking forward to getting a good quality power supply, I’m not saying you’ll just have to grab the cheapest power supply you can find on your PC. This is not absolutely recommended. A power source is the beating heart of your gaming PC, and like real business, it can often carry everything else.
If you buy with a trusted brand and use one Power calculator to get a good idea of what power you need (or check the GPU specifications for an overview), your PC should have a happy, long life. With that said, here are some PSU deals we've seen all over the web.
Corsair RM850x | 850W | More than 80 gold | Fully modular $ 149.99 $ 129.99 at Newegg with the code 63FANTECH265
Our best rated power source for the best PC power guide is the RM850x's little sister, the RM750x. So, you know that you can get a power source that you can trust. It's not the biggest savings in history, but frankly, it's a great source of food at an even better price. With a power of 850 W, this power supply is also able to maintain even an RTX 3090 with a good power supply.
Cooler Master MWE Gold | 750W | More than 80 gold | Modular |
$ 114.99 $ 89.99 on Amazon (save $ 25)
Power supplies have been very rare in recent times, so being able to pack a Gold modular power supply for more than $ 80 for less than $ 90 is a bargain. Even more so, considering that this is cheaper than the Cooler Master 750W PSU has never been retailed. See offer
Thermaltake Smart BM2 | 750W | 80+ bronze |
$ 99.99 $ 69.99 on Amazon (save $ 30)
Yes, there are real PSU deals this Prime Day. Who would have thought that this would be the case when last year not all power supplies could be bought? Times have changed and now it’s GPUs that no one can pick up. Still, this 80+ Bronze is certified and powerful enough for the fastest graphics cards … when they become available again.See offer
Thermaltake Toughpower GX2 | 600W | More than 80 gold |
$ 79.99 $ 55.99 on Amazon (save $ 24)
When it comes to supplying food supplies, I probably wouldn’t expect to see one with more than 80 gold sitting around $ 55. But somehow, here we are today with this Thermaltake brick. Keeping it non-modular keeps the power off and I hate the tomato sauce and mustard wiring, but for the price it’s a fair sacrifice to make. Pretty ugly cables that something more crucial is missing inside.See offer