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PowerSpec G313 Desktop PC: i5 6600K, 16GB DDR4, 480GB SSD, GTX 1070

zhejoe123 11 26 August 28, 2016 at 09:37 PM in Desktop Computers (6) More Micro Center Deals
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Promoted 08-28-2016 by Discombobulated at 11:53 PM View Original Post
Micro Center.com has PowerSpec G313 Desktop Computer for $999.99. Pickup in-store where stock permits. Thanks zhejoe123

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  • Intel Core i5-6600K 3.5GHz CPU
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 480GB Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready
  • Asus 24x DVDRW Drive
  • 802.11bgn WiFi
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit

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Written by Discombobulated

Availability for in-store pickup may vary depending on location. Refer to the forum thread for additional details.

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Edited August 29, 2016 at 04:36 PM by zhejoe123
PowerSpec G313 - Intel Core i5-6600K; GTX1070; 16GB DDR4-3000 RAM; 480GB Solid State Drive @ Micro Center $999.99

http://www.microcenter.com/produc...p_Computer

Specs:

Intel Core i5-6600K Processor 3.5GHz
Cooling Master Air cooler

ZOTAC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 VR Ready

MSI Z170A PC Mate Systemboard
G.Skill 16GB DDR4-3000 RAM

Crucial M500 480GB Solid State Drive

EVGA 500W Bronze PSU


Multi-in-One Memory Card Reader
10/100/1000 Network
802.11b/g/n Wireless
Microsoft Windows 10 Home 64-bit
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I have been building my own rigs for 20 years, and even I find your suggestion a bit ridiculous for this thread. You need a machete to get through all that neckbeard, man.

Suggesting that people get on the forums and scrounge part-by-part so they can eventually--over several weeks--scrap together a system with used, outdated, unwarrantied hardware is NOT a comparable alternative to a deal for a brand-new, pre-built computer. Crossing your fingers that internet strangers were honest in the condition and functionality of every piece; then having to drop more money on an OS anyways, eating into the overall cost savings; having an ANCIENT motherboard with absolutely no upgrade path; I really don't want to get into wall of text territory here, but your comment is just so... uuuuuuugh. Ugh.

I have never ordered a pre-built rig, but they are ideal for a pretty enormous segment of the population and the prices in recent years give home builds a serious run for their money.

Then you look at the actual building of the computer, which even though only has about 7 parts is still uncomfortable territory for some people. Did you know it's also cheaper to wire your own house as an electrician? Or fix your own car as a mechanic? Build your own shed if you're a carpenter? Hell, if you're willing to buy a cow, you can make your own milk and cheese! What kind of idiot buys their cheese at the STORE?!?! It's practically free on my farm, and squeezing a teet is so easy, any idiot can do it! Go over to r/milkacow if you want to stop wasting your money!
This looks like a great deal for someone who wants a prebuilt.

some standalone prices:
CPU $220
MB $100
GTX 1070 $425
16GB ram $60
m500 SSD $100
cm cpu cooler $30
psu $40
windows 10 $100
plus a cheap case, mouse and keyboard included.
=$1075

so pretty decent deal esp if you need windows 10. As always if you want to control the parts and save a few dollars building it yourself is a better option. But for this price, Id be tempted.

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#3
If i added everything without mistakes, to build this yourself would cost around $1,267, before tax.
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#4
This looks like a great deal for someone who wants a prebuilt.

some standalone prices:
CPU $220
MB $100
GTX 1070 $425
16GB ram $60
m500 SSD $100
cm cpu cooler $30
psu $40
windows 10 $100
plus a cheap case, mouse and keyboard included.
=$1075

so pretty decent deal esp if you need windows 10. As always if you want to control the parts and save a few dollars building it yourself is a better option. But for this price, Id be tempted.
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#5
Quote from shredman View Post :
This looks like a great deal for someone who wants a prebuilt.

some standalone prices:
CPU $220
MB $100
GTX 1070 $425
16GB ram $60
m500 SSD $100
cm cpu cooler $30
psu $40
windows 10 $100
plus a cheap case, mouse and keyboard included.
=$1075

so pretty decent deal esp if you need windows 10. As always if you want to control the parts and save a few dollars building it yourself is a better option. But for this price, Id be tempted.
oops, looks like we cross posted.........so you get an even higher price.

If micro center charges tax for you, you can also checkout neweggs prebuilds with this same CPU and similar specs and prices.
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Quote from shredman View Post :
This looks like a great deal for someone who wants a prebuilt.

some standalone prices:
CPU $220
MB $100
GTX 1070 $425
16GB ram $60
m500 SSD $100
cm cpu cooler $30
psu $40
windows 10 $100
plus a cheap case, mouse and keyboard included.
=$1075

so pretty decent deal esp if you need windows 10. As always if you want to control the parts and save a few dollars building it yourself is a better option. But for this price, Id be tempted.
I add some adjusting from my prospect :
CPU+MB=200+107-30=277 from MicroCenter
GTX 1070 350 from Jet.com

you can expect to get them now
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#7
Awesome deal! Anyone looking to get a Skylake CPU and a GTX 1070 for a build should get this. Only thing i would do is upgrade the case and add another SSD or get a high storage HDD/SSHD.
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seems a cheap choice of MB
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#9
Amazing deal. Bite if you need a gaming PC.
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No tax in WA, Shipping is $28. In for one! Thanks OP.
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Decent price, but poor selection of components. While the psu is reliable, it's bottom shelf. It's not one I would pair with an overclocking setup. Same for the ssd, it's very low end. I wonder what cpu cooler it comes with, the 6600k doesn't come with a stock cooler, so I'm guessing this computer had a weak cooler for it.

I suggest you go to www.reddit.com/r/hardwareswap and build piece by piece. 980ti cards are being sold for dirt cheap and they perform near as the gtx 1070. If you're playing at 1080p 60hz you would be fine with a r9 390, gtx 970, gtx 980, and again, those are being sold cheap as hell used there.

I5 2500k processors are being sold around $100 shipped, and it's a terrific processor for gaming. Add a cryorig h7 cooler to it and overclock to 4.5ghz a and you're set on performance

Quote from BruceLeeee View Post :
No tax in WA, Shipping is $28. In for one! Thanks OP.
Www.Reddit.com/r/hardwareswap
Go there and build your pc
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Last edited by _skylake_333 August 28, 2016 at 11:53 PM
#12
Good deal for now, but really sucky compared to the Cyberpower PC sale from last week. Got a premium motherboard, an i7-6700k, premium power supply and 32gb of ram as well as a water cooling kit. For just about $150 more.

CYBERPOWERPC GAMING MOUSE PAD
INTEL SUMMER GAMING BUNDLE
CYBERPOWERPC MULTIMEDIA/INTERNET USB KEYBOARD
CYBERPOWERPC WHITE LED USB GAMING MOUSE
OEM INTEL CORE I7-6700K 4.0GHZ
480GB INTEL 540S SERIES SSD 2.5" SATAIII 6.0 GB/s
ADATA 32GB DDR4-2800 XPG Z1
CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H60 120MM LIQUID COOLING
SYBER M BLACK MID TOWER NO POWER
GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-GAMING-3 LGA 1151 2WAY SLI 3WAY
EVGA 1050W SUPERNOVA 80PLUS GOLD GS POWER SUPPLY
EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5

Subtotal 1,157.10
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Quote from _skylake_333 View Post :
Decent price, but poor selection of components. While the psu is reliable, it's bottom shelf. It's not one I would pair with an overclocking setup. Same for the ssd, it's very low end. I wonder what cpu cooler it comes with, the 6600k doesn't come with a stock cooler, so I'm guessing this computer had a weak cooler for it.

I suggest you go to www.reddit.com/r/hardwareswap and build piece by piece. 980ti cards are being sold for dirt cheap and they perform near as the gtx 1070. If you're playing at 1080p 60hz you would be fine with a r9 390, gtx 970, gtx 980, and again, those are being sold cheap as hell used there.

I5 2500k processors are being sold around $100 shipped, and it's a terrific processor for gaming. Add a cryorig h7 cooler to it and overclock to 4.5ghz a and you're set on performance




Www.Reddit.com/r/hardwareswap
Go there and build your pc
I have been building my own rigs for 20 years, and even I find your suggestion a bit ridiculous for this thread. You need a machete to get through all that neckbeard, man.

Suggesting that people get on the forums and scrounge part-by-part so they can eventually--over several weeks--scrap together a system with used, outdated, unwarrantied hardware is NOT a comparable alternative to a deal for a brand-new, pre-built computer. Crossing your fingers that internet strangers were honest in the condition and functionality of every piece; then having to drop more money on an OS anyways, eating into the overall cost savings; having an ANCIENT motherboard with absolutely no upgrade path; I really don't want to get into wall of text territory here, but your comment is just so... uuuuuuugh. Ugh.

I have never ordered a pre-built rig, but they are ideal for a pretty enormous segment of the population and the prices in recent years give home builds a serious run for their money.

Then you look at the actual building of the computer, which even though only has about 7 parts is still uncomfortable territory for some people. Did you know it's also cheaper to wire your own house as an electrician? Or fix your own car as a mechanic? Build your own shed if you're a carpenter? Hell, if you're willing to buy a cow, you can make your own milk and cheese! What kind of idiot buys their cheese at the STORE?!?! It's practically free on my farm, and squeezing a teet is so easy, any idiot can do it! Go over to r/milkacow if you want to stop wasting your money!
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Last edited by prankies August 29, 2016 at 12:31 AM
#14
Quote from kraegor View Post :
Good deal for now, but really sucky compared to the Cyberpower PC sale from last week. Got a premium motherboard, an i7-6700k, premium power supply and 32gb of ram as well as a water cooling kit. For just about $150 more.

CYBERPOWERPC GAMING MOUSE PAD
INTEL SUMMER GAMING BUNDLE
CYBERPOWERPC MULTIMEDIA/INTERNET USB KEYBOARD
CYBERPOWERPC WHITE LED USB GAMING MOUSE
OEM INTEL CORE I7-6700K 4.0GHZ
480GB INTEL 540S SERIES SSD 2.5" SATAIII 6.0 GB/s
ADATA 32GB DDR4-2800 XPG Z1
CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H60 120MM LIQUID COOLING
SYBER M BLACK MID TOWER NO POWER
GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-GAMING-3 LGA 1151 2WAY SLI 3WAY
EVGA 1050W SUPERNOVA 80PLUS GOLD GS POWER SUPPLY
EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5

Subtotal 1,157.10
I'd love to go with cyberpower but it's taxes in WA....
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#15
Quote from kraegor View Post :
Good deal for now, but really sucky compared to the Cyberpower PC sale from last week. Got a premium motherboard, an i7-6700k, premium power supply and 32gb of ram as well as a water cooling kit. For just about $150 more.

CYBERPOWERPC GAMING MOUSE PAD
INTEL SUMMER GAMING BUNDLE
CYBERPOWERPC MULTIMEDIA/INTERNET USB KEYBOARD
CYBERPOWERPC WHITE LED USB GAMING MOUSE
OEM INTEL CORE I7-6700K 4.0GHZ
480GB INTEL 540S SERIES SSD 2.5" SATAIII 6.0 GB/s
ADATA 32GB DDR4-2800 XPG Z1
CORSAIR HYDRO SERIES H60 120MM LIQUID COOLING
SYBER M BLACK MID TOWER NO POWER
GIGABYTE GA-Z170X-GAMING-3 LGA 1151 2WAY SLI 3WAY
EVGA 1050W SUPERNOVA 80PLUS GOLD GS POWER SUPPLY
EVGA FTW GAMING ACX 3.0 GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5

Subtotal 1,157.10
You're missing Windows. Not everyone wants to deal with pirating and installing one manually.
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