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MetaBomb weekly deals round-up with Jelly Deals - 22nd July 2016

Gaming monitors, headsets, upgrades and more!

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As you may or may not know, MetaBomb is a part of Gamer Network which counts sites such as Eurogamer, USGamer and VG24/7 as members of its family.

The network recently launched a new website called Jelly Deals, which scours the most prominent online retailers to find you the latest and greatest deals in gaming.

Each week we'll be inviting Jelly Deals to bring you a round-up of the very best gaming deals that are currently available. If one of these offers take your fancy and you make a purchase using the links provided here, MetaBomb receives a small amount of commission as part of the retailer's affiliate programme.

This helps us to keep developing new articles and features for the site, while you get your hands on an amazing bargain at the same time. It's win-win basically, and your support is greatly appreciated as always!

Over to the team at Jelly Deals...

Hey there, Jelly Deals here again to offer up another week's worth of the best deals in videogames. As always, we've been out there every day searching the internet for the best deals, cheap pre-orders and offers in the world of gaming and tech. Each week, we'll gather up some of the best ones and bring them here to you right here on MetaBomb.

This first selection is US-focused, so if you're a UK reader simply skip down to the UK Deals section.

US Deals

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If you're looking to grab a brand new card for your PC gaming rig, this GeForce 1070 isn't a bad way to do it. Over at NewEgg you can currently get $25 off this card (which is priced at $409.99) when you pay via PayPal and enter the code PP2016BTS at checkout. That brings the overall price down to $384.99 in total.

- GeForce GTX 1070 for $384.99 using code PP2016BTS at NewEgg

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If you're looking for a new monitor to replace your existing one, or so you can begin your multi-monitor empire, this 27 inch LG is a pretty good bet. It features an 'Ultra Narrow' bezel, making multiple monitor setups look even nicer, with minimal split between the images. It's only a 1080p monitor though, so keep that in mind if you're pushing your rig to the limits and want a higher resolution. This one is currently down to just $149.99 over at eBay, for a limited time.

- LG 27 inch Ultra Narrow Bezel Monitor for $149.99 at eBay

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While not specifically designed as a gaming headset, these are pretty neat headphones with $200 off the usual price right now. At $115 they're still not exactly cheap, but it's quite a saving nevertheless. If you use a separate mic, or you aren't looking to voice chat at all, these things will suit your gaming setup just fine. Even better, when you pick these up from NewEgg, you'll get a bonus $15 NewEgg gift card back as a purchase reward.

- Sennheiser HD7 Headphones for $115 at NewEgg

UK Deals

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If you haven't already bought yourself a copy of the game on PC, we've found the cheapest place to buy Overwatch right now. It might not be the biggest discount in the world, but every last penny helps right now, so being able to pick up Overwatch on PC for £33.99 is no bad thing. It's the Origins Edition too, so you'll get your bonus Noire Widowmaker skin. When you buy your copy from here, you'll be sent a Battle.net key to your email inbox shortly after purchase.

- Overwatch on PC (download) for £33.99 at CDKeys

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Next, we have this AOC 27 inch monitor at Amazon, which has reached its lowest price so far at £149.99. AOC may not be a brand you're familiar with, but this model is an IPS LED monitor with a 5ms response time and ports for 2 HDMIs as well as VGA. If you're looking at adding a second monitor to your setup, this is a very affordable way to do exactly that.

- AOC 27 Inch IPS Monitor for £149.99 at Amazon UK

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Your other option for monitors this week is this 24 inch Acer Predator XB240H monitor. This one is a 1080p TN panel, capable of a 144Mhz refresh rate and a rather lovely 1ms response time. Scan currently have this one on offer for just under £175. At 24 inches it might be on the smaller side, but pair these up as a dual monitor rig and you've got a very fast monitor set up indeed.

- Acer Predator XB240H TN 144Mhz Monitor for £174.29 at Scan

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Fancy filling your PC with 32GB of RAM for under £120? Sure, why not. Whether you're building a new rig currently or just looking to upgrade a little, eBuyer are currently offering 32GB of Corsair Vengeance DDR4 RAM. These sticks are factory clocked at 2666MHz which can overclock up to 3000MHz if desired. It's also the 'Low-Profile' version of Corsair's Vengeance RAM which saves you a little bit of space in your case, since it doesn't have the Vengeance's normal weird spikey bits at the top.

- Corsair Vengeance Low Profile RAM (32GB) for £115.98 at eBuyer

That's it for both UK and US deals this week, and we hope you saw something to your liking! We're constantly checking for the best prices and deals over at our main site, so feel free to head to Jelly Deals sometime if you fancy seeing what we've found out there on the internet. If you're into the whole social media thing, we're also on Facebook and Twitter

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