CPU chip prices continue a drop a bit and eight-core CPUs are now becoming a demand for users.
Memory (DDR4 RAM) chips are at a all-time low, replacing low-priced DDR3 RAM several years ago.
Solid state drives now replace pretty much all writable media due to its small size and faster read and write speeds.
Windows 7 is about to end support in January of 2020.
Prices of most computer parts are about to rise next year thanks to Chinese tariffs which may affect on how much you spend to buy or create a new PC.
Cryptocurrency isn't affecting video card prices for now but will soon.
So.... are you going to buy or create a new PC this year?