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HP Envy 750se Desktop: i7-6700, 2TB HDD, 16GB DDR4, 6GB GTX 980 Ti, Win 10 EXPIRED

Suryasis 1,926 1,151 April 11, 2016 at 04:04 PM in Desktop Computers (15) More HP Deals
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Promoted 04-15-2016 by brisar at 07:21 AM View Original Post
HP.com offers their HP Envy 750se Core i7-6700 Gaming Desktop w/ GTX 980Ti Video Card for $1135.39 when you follow the instructions below. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis
  1. Click Here to begin
  2. Click "Customize & Buy"
  3. Under Graphics Card, select 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti (+$580)
  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
  7. In cart, apply coupon code SPRING2016
  8. Total should be $1135.39. Shipping is free.
Specs:
  • Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad-Core CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 2TB Hard Drive (7200rpm)
  • 6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti
  • SuperMulti DVD Burner
  • 500W Power supply
  • Windows 10

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Written by brisar

This price matches the Front Page Deals from March and from January. - brisar

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Edited April 14, 2016 at 02:26 PM by cricket702
HP offers its HP Envy 750-170se Intel Skylake Core i7 3.4GHz Desktop PC, model no. N3G97AV#ABA_1, for $1,135.39 with free shipping via the steps below. That's $487 off list. It features an Intel Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Skylake quad-core processor, 16GB RAM, 2TB 7200 rpm hard drive, Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti 6GB graphics, DVD burner, 802.11ac wireless & Bluetooth M.2 NIC, media card reader, USB 3.0, HDMI, and Windows 10 Home 64-bit. Deal ends April 30. Shipping is free and tax in most states

To get this price:
  • View the HP Envy 750-170se Intel Skylake Core i7 3.4GHz Desktop PC [hp.com] for $849.99
  • click "Customize & buy"
  • upgrade the graphics card to "6GB Nvidia GeForce GTX 980Ti... " (+$580)
  • select "500W Power Supply" (+$30)
  • choose "HP Wireless 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac 1x1 with Bluetooth M.2 NIC..." (+$12)
  • add this configuration to your cart for $1,471.99
  • apply coupon code "SPRING2016" to drop it to $1,135.39

FINAL CONFIGURATION
  • Intel Core i7-6700 3.4GHz Quad Core (4GHz Turbo, 8MB Cache) Skylake
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 16GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram (4 DIMM, 64GB Max)
  • 2TB 7200 RPM HDD
  • Nvidia GTX 980 Ti 6GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0
  • DVD-RW
  • 7-in-1 Media Card Reader
  • 500W PSU
  • 1 Year warranty
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#3
Oh damn, for anyone not a builder but in need of a gaming machine, this is it. cpu and gpu combined is already around 900. I'm not much of a gamer so I'm happy with my 960 but dayum, this thing blows my card away
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Quote from chunkymunky25 View Post :
Oh damn, for anyone not a builder but in need of a gaming machine, this is it. cpu and gpu combined is already around 900. I'm not much of a gamer so I'm happy with my 960 but dayum, this thing blows my card away
Actually this is not a uncommon deal from HP, they offer this particular model wirh GTX 970 and GTX 980, priced around $870 and $1100 respectively.
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Quote from Suryasis View Post :
Actually this is not a uncommon deal from HP, they offer this particular model wirh GTX 970 and GTX 980, priced around $870 and $1100 respectively.
Might explain why DELL is doing it sale-ver but which one's has the best parts is the big question.
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what do you guys think about hp vs. dell in general? How do the parts quality measure against each other, like motherboard?
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Man I am tempted. Hope I can have a few days to think this over. I was going to build my own but after pricing things out ended up in the $1500 range. Can anyone speak to the quality of the 980 ti?
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Quote from dubels View Post :
Man I am tempted. Hope I can have a few days to think this over. I was going to build my own but after pricing things out ended up in the $1500 range. Can anyone speak to the quality of the 980 ti?
It is a great price however, new GPUs and Processors around the corner. I personally don't like Skylake at its current price point considering you could have got the 6 core 12 thread 22nm 5820K for nearly the same price as the 6700K Skylake a few months ago. You can still get it for just a little bit more today. Or go to MicroCenter and get it for less than the 6700K. I prefer more cores/threads. Albeit for gaming this is pretty good price.
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Is a 500w PSU really enough power for 980 Ti? Also, will the system need additional cooling hardware?
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Quote from JJoye View Post :
Is a 500w PSU really enough power for 980 Ti? Also, will the system need additional cooling hardware?
It's enough, just not comfortably enough. Power supplies are most efficient at ~60% of their max output. That configuration will max out at around 400W, meaning 650W is recommended.

That's 80% with a 500W power supply which is pushing it. These numbers are rough estimates, but they aren't far off.
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#11
I got this last time around. I put in a ssd, now it loads into windows in 6 seconds. I actually got $130 dollar credit because of shipping delays. Now I'm just looking for a pair of good monitors to go in sale. So I can set up a dual display.
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#12
im assuming this comes with HP stock CPU water cooling system just like previous HP deals like this, correct?
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Quote from hesoffran View Post :
what do you guys think about hp vs. dell in general? How do the parts quality measure against each other, like motherboard?
Generally HP laptops - the cheaper ones at least have been major failures in parts and overall build quality in won't be able to stand everyday use.

But for something that sits under your desk and eats power and pumps out heat, HP is the best value - I would not think dell to do anything even remotely close. HP is great at high end stuff, because they customize the hardware/builds so much. You can even get watercooling in this thing. Really really good value.
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Quote from michael132 View Post :
im assuming this comes with HP stock CPU water cooling system just like previous HP deals like this, correct?
No water cooling, you're thinking of the HP envy phoenix line -- those will cost you at least $300 more for the same specs
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Quote from mtx1212 View Post :
No water cooling, you're thinking of the HP envy phoenix line -- those will cost you at least $300 more for the same specs
6700 does not have a stock fan though, what will be coming with this build then Smilie
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