Remember the days of the sub $200 GTX 1060? Thanks to all the Crypto mining, first the GTX 1070s sold out and now the GTX 1060s are all at inflated prices. No joke, the 1060 is a $400+ card at almost all retailers, but we found just a few exceptions to the rule. They are likely to sell out fast though.
The two retailers still selling sub $400 GTX 1060's are Jet and Dell Home. At Jet the white colored ASUS 1060 is $263.53 after coupon. Dell has two models: a 3GB for $229.99 and a 6GB for $259.99. Both are the best offers on the net for a 1060 right now.
Also of note in GPU news are a cheap 1050 and 1070. While not entirely bought up like the 1060, the 1050 is still going for inflated prices except at Jet where after coupon the Zotac mini is going for $$97.55. If you thought the days of a sub $500 GTX 1070 were gone, Dell has a PNY 1070 card for $429.99 - the lowest price online of any 1070 right now.
Finally, you can still pick up the CyberPowerPC gaming desktop for $649, which includes a Radeon RX 580. Given the RX 580 is currently being sold on eBay and elsewhere for almost $500, this is probably the best "GPU" deal this week.
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In other hardware news there are some cheap gaming monitors available on the market. Walmart has available a Dell 27" G-Sync 1440p unit for $423.53 once you use their store pickup discount (shipping not available at that price). BuyDig has a 29" Ultrawide FreeSync 75Hz monitor on sale for $229 while other sites like Amazon and elsewhere charging $334.
Also notable is a desktop at Best Buy equipped with an RX 580 GPU. The RX 580 is going for over $400 at this point thanks to crypto miners. You might be able to buy this desktop, break it down, and sell it piece by piece for a profit.