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Promoted 12-18-2015 by SubZero5 at 03:22 PM View Original Post
HP offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktop for $1085.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks greeneggs4spam

Note: To qualify for the rebate, you must purchase the deal by clicking through the Slickdeals link, otherwise there could be issues with tracking, which could result in rebate denials.
  1. Click Here, click on "Customize & Buy"
  2. Under Graphics Card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti (+$580)
  3. Under Power Supply, select 500W Power supply (+$30)
  4. Under Networking, select HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 w/ Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) (+$12)
  5. Add to Cart (pre-coupon total will be $1,471.99)
  6. In cart, apply coupon code HPDESKTOPS
  7. Total should be $1,135.39 - $50 Slickdeals Rebate = $1085.39 with free shipping
Specs:
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core Skylake CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 2TB Hard Drive (7200rpm)
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • 500W Power supply
  • Windows 10 Home (64-Bit)
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Edited December 18, 2015 at 12:59 PM by greeneggs4spam
HP.com [hp.com] has 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti GPUs back in stock for their customizable desktops along with a 30% off coupon HPDESKTOPS and a $50 Slickdeals rebate.
These builds are cheaper than building a comparable system yourself, even ignoring the OS. The PSU and motherboard may be lower quality than if you put the system together yourself, but I personally think that having the whole system under a single warranty offsets that.

Envy 750se with i7-6700, 2TB HDD, and 16GB DDR4
Click here [hp.com]
Select "customize and buy"
Under Graphics card select "6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti [DL DVI-I, HDMI, DP, DP, DP] +$580.00"
Under Power Supply select "500W Power supply +$30.00"

Other Potentially Useful Options (not included in subtotals below):
Under Hard drive select "256GB SATA 2.5 TLC Solid State Drive + $65.00" (if you don't want to go through the hassle of adding a new SSD and transferring OS yourself)
Under Networking select "HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Stone Peak 1) +$12" (if you plan to use wifi instead of wired connection)

Click "Add to Cart"
Under Coupons click "Add". Enter HPDESKTOPS in coupon field for 30% off desktops over $1199 and click "Apply".
Subtotal should be $1126.99 with free shipping.
Slickdeals has a rebate for $50 here (have to click through slickdeals to be eligible): http://slickdeals.net/landing/rebate/hp/
The rebate brings the subtotal down to $1076.99. Tax is additional and depends on state.

For $140 more than this previous front page deal, you get an i7-6700 instead of an i7-4790, and 16 GB DDR4 instead of 12 GB DDR3. People from that thread haven't reported any problems with stability on the included PSU, and the 6700 is more efficient than a 4790.

Full Specs
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Windows 10 Home 64-bit OS
6th Generation Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-6700 processor quad-core [3.4GHz, 8MB Shared Cache]
16GB DDR4-2133 DIMM (2x8GB) RAM
6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti [DL DVI-I, HDMI, DP, DP, DP]
500W Power supply
HP Wireless 802.11 b/g/n 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC (Sanji)
2TB 7200 RPM SATA 6G Hard Drive
7-in-1 Media Card Reader, 4 USB Ports (Top), Audio [Top 2USB2.0, 2USB3.0]
Integrated Sound
SuperMulti DVD Burner
HP USB volume control Keyboard and USB Optical Mouse
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I received my 750se the other day. My observations:

Pluses:

--500w power supply is an Delta 80 bronze unit.
--They included a mini tower cooler since I selected the 6700k.
--Cheaper than building your own.
--Not a whole lot of junkware installed.

Negatives:

--The GTX 970 fan is very audible spinning up and down.
--The 256 Gb SSD drive was a Sandisk X300.
--Case is extremely cramped. To add additional hard drives, you have to remove a metal cage off that supports the video card.
--The exaust fan is 80mm. No way to upgrade to 120mm.
--Slow ship time. It took them 30 days to get it built and shipped to me.


Overall I like it, but I am going to decide if I can live with the negatives. The airflow is decent. This is the first pre-built PC I have bought since 1996, so maybe I am a little on the picky side.

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I received my 750se the other day. My observations:

Pluses:

--500w power supply is an Delta 80 bronze unit.
--They included a mini tower cooler since I selected the 6700k.
--Cheaper than building your own.
--Not a whole lot of junkware installed.

Negatives:

--The GTX 970 fan is very audible spinning up and down.
--The 256 Gb SSD drive was a Sandisk X300.
--Case is extremely cramped. To add additional hard drives, you have to remove a metal cage off that supports the video card.
--The exaust fan is 80mm. No way to upgrade to 120mm.
--Slow ship time. It took them 30 days to get it built and shipped to me.


Overall I like it, but I am going to decide if I can live with the negatives. The airflow is decent. This is the first pre-built PC I have bought since 1996, so maybe I am a little on the picky side.
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Last edited by Runlikehell December 21, 2015 at 07:38 AM
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Can anyone comment on the quality of the product?
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...Case is extemely cramped.

Do you have pics you could share? I have yet to see the inside of these things.
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gonna go Frontpage this deal is hot, I got the 980 ti i7 4790k for 984$ I think that deal beats this one as skylake will give you 2 fps max more and you only get 30% off on this compared to 35% off
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Quote from greeneggs4spam View Post :
Click "Add to Cart"
Under Coupons click "Add". Enter HPDESKTOPS in coupon field for 30% off desktops over $1199 and click "Apply".
Subtotal should be $1126.99 with free shipping.
With those options, I'm getting $1,180.89. Not sure how to get the $1126.99.
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Quote from wquach View Post :
With those options, I'm getting $1,180.89. Not sure how to get the $1126.99.
That is price without SSD or Wireless card.
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Do you have pics you could share? I have yet to see the inside of these things.
Here is a picture that someone else took of the inside. It looks exactly like that, except I have a mini tower CPU cooler instead of the stock looking one.

http://pc.watch.impress.co.jp/img.../250/2.jpg
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not bad deal, considering this is skylake.
but im a little worried about the 500W psu. you may need to upgrade that
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That is price without SSD or Wireless card.
Thanks for the quick response!

OP's wording was confusing
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If you don't know how to build a PC and don't plan on trying, but want to have a excellent gaming PC that will play anything you throw at it on Ultra for 4+ years, I'd say go ahead and jump on this deal.

Most of the time when you buy a "gaming pc" from a manufacturer they skimp on the graphics card, but the graphics card alone in this machine is worth $650+.

I enjoy the customizability of building a machine, but this is a pretty awesome buy I think.
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Can you upgrade the GPU on this like in the future?
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