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HP 750se Desktop: i7-6700, 2TB HDD, 16GB DDR4, 4GB GTX 970, Win 7 + $50 eGift Card EXPIRED

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Promoted 11-03-2015 by brisar at 10:14 AM View Original Post
HP offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktop + $50 HP eGift Card for $890 when you follow the instructions below. The $50 eGift Card will be automatically added to cart when you add the configured PC. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis
  1. Click Here, click on "Customize & Buy"
  2. Under Memory, select 16GB DDR4 (+$50)
  3. Under Graphics Card, select 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 (+$280)
  4. Under Power Supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)
  5. Under Networking, select HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 w/ Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) (+$12)
  6. Add to Cart (pre-coupon total will be $1171.99)
  7. The $50 eGift Card should be in cart
  8. In cart, apply coupon code HOLIDAY30
  9. Total should be $890.39 with free shipping
Specs:
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core Skylake CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 2TB Hard Drive (7200rpm)
  • 4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 970
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • 500W Power supply
  • Windows 7 Pro (64-Bit)

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Written by brisar

The eGift Card will be emailed within one business day. The eGift Card carries no expiration date. - brisar

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Edited November 3, 2015 at 10:12 AM by brisar
Go here:-
http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/des...yFiCcQx7Dg
Configure like this:-

HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1)
6GB DDR4-2133 DIMM (2x8GB) RAM
6th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 processorquad-core [3.4GHz, 8MB Shared Cache]
500W Power supply
2TB 7200 RPM SATA 6G Hard Drive
4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 [DL DVI-I, HDMI, DP, DP, DP]
7-in-1 Media Card Reader, 4 USB Ports (Top), Audio [Top 2USB2.0, 2USB3.0]
HP USB volume control Keyboard and USB Optical Mouse
Windows 7 Professional 64
Integrated Sound
SuperMulti DVD Burner


Price will be $1172. Now apply the coupon HOLIDAY30 price will come to $890.39 + $50 HP Gift card.

Also this can be used to get $50 cash back with your AMEX credit card.
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#3
Now if only it told you what the actual parts were it might be worth considering, getting a $900 box of unknowns is way too risky.
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#4
it's not a bad deal and if you were to buy each parts separately it will come close to that or even higher. Here's my math and estimate.

GTX 970 about 300$ but today there's a slick-deals for 235 on jet.com
12G DDR about 70$
CPU about 325$
Tower about 30$
PSU about 40$
Hard Drive about 70$
Mouse Keyboard about 25$
Motherboard not listed but estimate about 100$
(Kept the other options off like win 7,extra ports, etc)
300+70+325+30+40+70+25+100 = 960$. If bought separately with tax/handling and other options like OS if bought separately will come over 1,000$ easily.

I will take my chance this holidays because I'm cheap. There item price were listed based on google price of similar specs.
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Last edited by cabbageroll November 3, 2015 at 01:06 AM
#5
The CPU and GPU alone, mixed with a default 12GB RAM, make this a pretty solid deal. You can try to find cheaper elsewhere, but the amount of time and deal-camping you may have to do could make this more worth your time.
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Forgot to add that it will be 50$ cheaper is you choose 12G instead of 16G. Unless you do some major rendering or movie editing. Gaming with 12G is sufficient.
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#7
Unfortunately, the Amex deal seems to have expired. But Discover has 5% CB on hp now.

I think this deal is very similar to the last i7 6700K frontpage deal, except CPU is now 6700 and there is a $50 HP gift card in the bundle. This should be a good deal for casual gamers who do not care about parts manufacturers and overclocking potential.

For me, the question is whether to build it myself or go for this. $900 + tax - $50 GC - $90 potential CB seems slick enough to me, but not sure if I should pay $200 - 300 more for better parts.
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Quote from cabbageroll View Post :
it's not a bad deal and if you were to buy each parts separately it will come close to that or even higher. Here's my math and estimate.

GTX 970 about 300$ but today there's a slick-deals for 235 on jet.com
12G DDR about 70$
CPU about 325$
Tower about 30$
PSU about 40$
Hard Drive about 70$
Mouse Keyboard about 25$
Motherboard not listed but estimate about 100$
(Kept the other options off like win 7,extra ports, etc)
300+70+325+30+40+70+25+100 = 960$. If bought separately with tax/handling and other options like OS if bought separately will come over 1,000$ easily.

I will take my chance this holidays because I'm cheap. There item price were listed based on google price of similar specs.
yes, this is good deal if you really want skylake and gtx 970.

i think most of these parts are overkill, you can substitute them with older aftermarket components and you can still build an equally capable gaming machine with better quality parts

GTX 970 $250 (i'd go for R9 280 or GTX 960 to save a bit more if all you care about is gaming on 1080p)
older Haswell quad core CPU Motherboard bundle including 8gb of ram $300.
>500w PSU $40
1TB HDD $70 (or replace it with 250 gb samsung SSD $80)
Tower $30
Mouse Keyboard about 25$
Windows OS free if you are a student or $100.

250+300+40+70+30+25+100 = $815 < $890 + tax

of course, you'll need to consider the time shopping for parts and building.
but learning experience is always valuable.
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Last edited by irrationalconsumer November 3, 2015 at 07:08 AM
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Quote from Suryasis View Post :
Go here:-
http://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/des...yFiCcQx7Dg
Configure like this:-

HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1)
6GB DDR4-2133 DIMM (2x8GB) RAM
6th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 processorquad-core [3.4GHz, 8MB Shared Cache]
500W Power supply
2TB 7200 RPM SATA 6G Hard Drive
4GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 [DL DVI-I, HDMI, DP, DP, DP]
7-in-1 Media Card Reader, 4 USB Ports (Top), Audio [Top 2USB2.0, 2USB3.0]
HP USB volume control Keyboard and USB Optical Mouse
Windows 7 Professional 64
Integrated Sound
SuperMulti DVD Burner


Price will be $1172. Now apply the coupon HOLIDAY30 price will come to $890.39 + $50 HP Gift card.

Also this can be used to get $50 cash back with your AMEX credit card.
Am I able to put a SSD in this?
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#10
I wonder if i can buy this and remove the parts to stick into my case. Their case is probably shitty and noisy. I would void warranty but i think it might be worth it. Also what about getting the gtx 980 ti video version with window 10 to get better deal using the coupon?
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#11
Always need to remember it may be close to the same price as building it yourself, but when that motherboard goes out after the warranty is up you'll have to buy a new motherboard and OS.

It also applies if you want to upgrade later, build it yourself and you can swap out the mobo and cpu later without buying another copy of Windows and then there's being able to overclock in the bios..

The list goes on along with being able to sell parts of a computer easier than selling the whole computer.
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Quote from LeviathanUltima View Post :
I wonder if i can buy this and remove the parts to stick into my case. Their case is probably shitty and noisy. I would void warranty but i think it might be worth it. Also what about getting the gtx 980 ti video version with window 10 to get better deal using the coupon?
if you're replacing any of the components you'd be better off waiting for individual sales, black Friday's just around the corner.
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#13
Gah, estimated ship date: December 1, 2015
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#14
is the quality of HP Envy 750se as good as Dell XPS 8900?
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#15
After how quickly HP stopped supporting my Envy 17, I'm never buying another one of their products again. This seems like a decent deal for most, but I just built my own Skylake desktop for the learning experience and absolute control over what is in it.
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