i guess i'm just not seeing how this is a good deal for $400
once you part out the cpu, ram, and hard drive you're left with paying almost $200 for a lame case/psu, basic mobo and optical drive
Short answer: As far as I know, this is the least expensive pre-built Ivy Bridge i5-based configuration we have seen.
Long answer: This is a deal on a pre-built PC for the 90% of people/businesses that do not do BYO. It comes with a geniuine copy of Windows and a 1-year warranty, something that you obviously don't put any value on. Plus you are undervaluing the CPU, the RAM, the hard drive and the cost of labor - not even mentioning a possible opportunity cost.
Just bought two at the store (Naperville IL)...had one in stock and the other delivers tomorrow. No problem using the coupon. 402 ea. out the door.
Manager was excellent...happy to accept the coupon and went out of his way to answer a bunch of questions a friend had and make some small talk.
A Sunday school teacher said to her children "We have been learning how powerful kings and queens were in the Bible times. But, there is a higher power, Can anyone tell me what it is? One child blurted out, "Aces!"
I haven't owned a prefab in awhile so I apologize in advance if this is a dumb question. What's the specific mobo and or form factor and how easy is it to unmount it from the case? I'm planning on swapping the mobo and CPU with my current microatx mobo and using my current gpu and psu. TIA!
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