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HP Envy 750xt Desktop: I7-4790, 12GB DDR3, 2TB HDD, GeForce GTX 980Ti EXPIRED

iconian 48,280 65,273 November 16, 2015 at 08:02 AM in Desktop Computers (7) More HP Deals
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Promoted 11-16-2015 by Randy71 at 10:42 AM View Original Post
Update: 35% code has expored; however, 30% code is still alive. Please use HOLIDAY30 in cart for the discount

HP.com has HP Envy 750xt Desktop for $936.34 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks iconian.
  • Click Here, then click on "Customize & Buy"
  • Under Processor, select 4th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4790 processor quad-core [3.6GHz, 8MB Shared Cache] (+$55)
  • Under Graphics card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti [DL DVI-I, HDMI, DP, DP, DP] (+$694)
  • Under Power supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)
  • Add to Cart
  • In cart, apply coupon code iconian35
  • Total should be $1026.34. Shipping is free
  • Apply for $90 Slickdeals Rebate
  • Final Cost: $936.34
Specs
  • Intel i7 4790 CPU
  • 12GB DDR3
  • 2TB Hard Drive
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti
  • 500W Power supply
  • Win 10 Home
This rebate requires:
  • Signed rebate form
  • Copy of receipt – OR – email confirmation which shows order date, product name, and address.
  • Please be sure to click through slickdeals links to be sure it tracks correctly, to help ensure effective rebate processing
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Edited January 4, 2016 at 11:40 AM by iconian
updated: 35% code is dead, however 30% code is still alive: use HOLIDAY30 for the discount


HP Envy 750xt Desktop [hp.com] (product # N0X13AV#ABA_1)


Here is a slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] on a loaded HP Desktop featuring GTX 980Ti Video card.

The rebate (tied to this model only) will also stack with Slickdeals exclusive 35% off code. Rebate is available here and is valid through 11/19

Example config, but feel free to mix and match components to reach $1199.99 minimum to apply the coupon code

Specs:
  • Intel i7 4790 CPU (upgrade to)
  • 12GB DDR3 (worth upgrading to 16GB)
  • 2TB Hard Drive
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti (upgrade to)
  • 500W Power supply (upgrade to)
  • HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC (worth upgrading to)
  • Win 10 Home
price is: $1578.99 - 35% w/ coupon code iconian35 - $90 slickdeals rebate [4myrebate.com] = $936.34 + free shipping

This rebate requires:
  • Signed rebate form
  • Copy of receipt - OR - email confirmation which shows order date, product name, and address.
  • Please be sure to click through slickdeals links to be sure it tracks correctly, to help ensure effective rebate processing
Please see our blog post for additional details
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Last Edited by TattyBear November 18, 2015 at 03:23 PM
The Coupon you have attempted to redeem cannot be applied to your order: the limit of 450 on the total number of redemptions allowed for this Coupon has been reached.


I am reaching out to rebates@slickdeals.net to confirm whether the UPC Barcode is a required document for rebate submission. The rebate form does not list it as required, but specifically has a space to attach the UPC Barcode. Will update once slickdeals respond.

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A 980 Ti can run on 500 watts?

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A 980 Ti can run on 500 watts?
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I cant get the coupon to appl. Is there a minimum purchase amount needed?
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Quote from tornadog View Post :
I cant get the coupon to appl. Is there a minimum purchase amount needed?
yes, $1199.99+ and rebate is valid only on total of $1000.00+ AFTER coupon
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#7
Damn, this is one hell of a deal. One thing I dont' understand is why HP uses such crappy power supplies on these "high end" machines. My gtx 980 is running on what I believe to be a 400w psu lol. I haven't really had any problems so far but I've never built a computer with less than 650w psu, just feels kinda weird.
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Quote from AceCooper View Post :
Damn, this is one hell of a deal. One thing I dont' understand is why HP uses such crappy power supplies on these "high end" machines. My gtx 980 is running on what I believe to be a 400w psu lol. I haven't really had any problems so far but I've never built a computer with less than 650w psu, just feels kinda weird.

I think these are same as one you have? I don't know but I know from experience that dell under rates theirs. Could be the case here too... hard to say
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#9
4790K+980Ti+16GB at $1000 after all discount and rebate is really, really tempting. Just cannot justify such spending for not as a heavy gamer, nor video/audio editing. Still thank SD for providing a great deal. TU.
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Unless you're DYING for Skylake (and really, there's no reason to be dying for that), this deal is literally as hot as the sun.
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#11
wow, im looking for a reason not to buy one...
$600 for the 980ti
$250 for i7
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$850 total not including taxes

only negative...ships on 12/9/15

IN 4 1!!!

*Edit:Gives me error when i try to check out. "Tax Cannot be Determined at This Time"
*Edit: Reloaded the page and it worked $1,203.00
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#12
If you're truly looking into a 980 Ti, then you better be building a PC from the ground up. These pre packaged PCs from the manufacturer use the cheapest components.
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#13
I got the 750se

I7 6700
16GB ddr4
980ti

And pretty much the same as this deal. Granted i paid a bit more but not much more. But i did get $100 from hp.com when they ran the promo.

All in all if i can sell the $100 gc, for anything more than $50 i will be less than this deal for sure.

I also combined with cashback websites and 2x amex offers deals. I couldve gotten a better deal if i bought some hp gc on ebay using my stacked rolling ebay gc but i felt it was too much a rsik and who knows if they will send it on time.
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Quote from nsj7762 View Post :
If you're truly looking into a 980 Ti, then you better be building a PC from the ground up. These pre packaged PCs from the manufacturer use the cheapest components.
I second this.
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#15
man... I'm so tempted right now... I've been trying to hold back
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