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Best Black Friday 2014 Hardware Deals

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We’ve scoured the internet for Black Friday deals and we’ve found some of the best deals that you should consider before you go out and buy. Some of these deals are already live and others will become deals on Black Friday. Check the company’s own Black Friday deal page for when their deals start.
Best BuySamsung 55″ 4K 60Hz Smart LED HD TV (UN55HU6830FXZA) – $899 (appears to be Best Buy exclusive, Black Friday special deal, compare against others to see if features are missing).
Best BuySamsung Gear Fit – $99.99
Best BuyPebble Steel – $149.99
Best BuyNETGEAR AC1200 Dual-Band Wireless-AC Router – $59.99
NeweggSamsung 840 EVO 1TB SSD – $359
NeweggSamsung U28D590D Black 28″ UHD Monitor
Microcenter – Core i7 4970K – $249 (In Store Only)
Microcenter – Core i7 5960X – $899 (In Store Only)

Save an additional $40 when you bundle Intel CPUs with X99 and Z97 Motherboards (In Store Only)

Microcenter and Newegg – AMD FX 8350 – $149.99

Microcenter offers an additional $50 when you bundle AMD CPU with motherboard (In Store Only)

MicrocenterNZXT Phantom Full Tower – $99
MicrocenterKingston SSDNow V300 240GB SSD – $99
TigerDirectAPC 5000 mAh Power Pack – $14.99
TigerDirectTt eSports Shock Gaming Headset – $19.99
Fry’s ElectronicsLifeCharge Juicy Pack 16,800 mAh battery pack – $25
Fry’s ElectronicsSony 128GB SDXC Memory Card UHS-1 – $79

From what we saw, Microcenter had probably the biggest Black Friday deals, which makes sense because their online presence is not as significant as their retail in-store presence. They are the masters of the cheap Intel CPU in-store only deal. However, if you wish to find component deals on Black Friday, Microcenter (if there’s one around you) is probably your best bet. I have a strong feeling that Newegg is still holding back a lot of their best deals for Cyber Monday, as is TigerDirect. Fry’s Electronics is shielding most of their Black Friday deals, so we’re only able to look at what they’ve posted publicly so far. Most of their deals will be in store, but could possibly be found online as well.

Don’t forget that after Black Friday there is going to be Cyber Monday, where websites like Newegg, Amazon and TigerDirect really push their biggest sales to snap up all the people waiting to buy things on Cyber Monday.