Battlefield 4 and hardware Cyber Monday deals

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Cyber Monday deals don’t appear to be as deep as the ones offered on Black Friday, however there are some good deals that are being carried over between the two.

Is Battlefield 4 taking over 1 minute to load between maps? 1 minute 30 seconds? Upgrading to a $70 120gb SSD will bring your load time down to 30 seconds on average.  Check out this Hard Drive vs SSD load time comparison video for Battlefield 4. Amazon’s Black Friday deal on SSDs is not only being extended to Cyber Monday, but has a deeper discount. If you’re a Prime member, you’ll be paying BF4 on your new SSD just in time for the release of China Rising.

Gamestop and Origin have not yet released their Cyber Monday 2013 deals. Once they are released to the public, we’ll update this page. Please check back with us later.

Games:

– Battlefield 4 $34.99
– Battlefield 3 for $7.99 via Origin

Graphics Cards:

– AMD Radeon 7870 $199.99 now $193.51. A recommended hardware spec for BF4. Benchmarks for this card, and many others, can be found here.
– NVIDIA GeForce GT 660 $208.99. A recommended hardware spec for BF4. Benchmarks for this card, and many others, can be found here.
– NVIDIA GeForce GTX 760 SuperClocked $249.99. Benchmarks for this card, and many others, can be found here.

SSDs:

– Kingston Digital 120GB SSD SATA 3 $79.99 now $69.99
– Kingston Digital 240GB SSD SATA 3 $159.99 now $139.99

Headsets:

– Logitech Wireless Gaming Headset G930 with 7.1 Surround Sound $107.40
– Logitech G230 Stereo Gaming Headset $39.99
– Razer Kraken PRO Over Ear PC and Music Headset $47.99

Mouse/Keyboard:

– Mad Catz R.A.T.3 Optical Gaming Mouse $39.99
– SteelSeries 6Gv2 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard (MX Red) – $86.00