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Promoted 09-20-2016 by RevOne at 02:32 PM View Original Post
BJ's Wholesale has Lenovo Ideacentre 700 Desktop PC (90ED003PUS) on sale for $699.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Suryasis

Specs:
  • 3.4GHz Intel Core i7-6700 Skylake Quad-Core CPU w/ Hyper-Threading
  • 12GB (3x 4GB) 2133MHz DDR4 RAM
  • 1TB 7200 RPM Hard Drive
  • 120GB Solid State Drive SSD
  • NVIDIA GTX 960 2GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • DVD-RW Drive
  • Dual band Wi-Fi 802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.0
  • 7-in-1 Card Reader
  • Ports
    • 4x USB 3.0
    • 2x USB 2.0
    • 2x HDMI
    • 1x VGA
    • 1x Gigabit Lan
  • 400W Power Supply
  • Wired USB Keyboard & Optical Mouse
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • 1-year Onsite warranty
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Edited September 20, 2016 at 08:06 AM by jersharocks
Bj's wholesale offers Lenovo Ideacentre 700 Gaming Desktop (model: 90ED003PUS) with Skylake Core i7-6700 3.4GHz CPU, 12GB DDR4 2133MHz Ram, 1TB HDD, GTX 960 2GB Graphics, 1TB 7200 RPM HDD, WiFi AC + Bluetooth 4.0, 400W PSU, Windows 10 Home 64 Bit @ $699.99 with Free shipping.

LINK:
http://www.bjs.com/lenovo-ideacen...0000603586

SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Skylake Core i7-6700 3.4GHz (4GHz Turbo, 8MB cache)
  • 12GB DDR4 (3x 4GB) 2133MHz Ram (4 DIMM Slots)
  • 1TB 7200 RPM HDD + 120GB SSD
  • GTX 960 2GB GDDR5
  • DVD-RW
  • Dual band 802.11ac WiFi + Bluetooth 4.0 + Gigabit Lan
  • 2x USB 2.0, 4x USB 3.0, 7-in-1 Card Reader
  • 5.1 Channel Audio Output
  • 2x HDMI, 1x VGA
  • USB Keyboard & Mouse Combo
  • 400W PSU
  • 1 year Onsite warranty
Note: SSD isn't mentioned in Bj's site but I checked the config of the model 90ED003PUS and found out that it comes with 120GB SSD as well. You can check here: http://www.cnet.com/products/leno...pus/specs/
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Alright final update, for anyone who bought this and wants to upgrade the PSU. Looks like this 24 pin to 10 pin adapter should work.

http://www.moddiy.com/products/IB...cm%29.html

You guys are welcome.
Great gaming machine for a lot of people. PSU a little on the lighter side but should work for awhile.

At first I thought it would be easily upgradable but a lot of complaints that it is not on the lenovo reviews. It probably is but probably not a standard form factor which makes no sense.

*UPDATE*
I figured out the problem, the PSU is a standard size but it uses a unknown 10 PIN setup to the motherboard, 99.9% of PSU you get at the store are 24/14 PIN type cables, so without jury rigging you wont get a PSU to work. Hope that helps you guys.

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is the psu easily changeable? seems like a decent computer for light gaming
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Quote from kyledobson92 View Post :
is the psu easily changeable? seems like a decent computer for light gaming
I am not sure about that and also not sure whether it supports standard form factor PSU or not. probably needs to find some reviews or YouTube Videos for it.

However, the Graphics card is GTX 960. So I think it can easily support GTX 1060 as the power consumption is actually lower than GTX 960.
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Light gaming? It has a GTX960 there isn't a single game that this machine can't run well at reduced settings. My little brother plays Doom maxed out @ 1680x1050 on a sandy bridge machine with a GTX960.
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Quote from kyledobson92 View Post :
is the psu easily changeable? seems like a decent computer for light gaming
Great gaming machine for a lot of people. PSU a little on the lighter side but should work for awhile.

At first I thought it would be easily upgradable but a lot of complaints that it is not on the lenovo reviews. It probably is but probably not a standard form factor which makes no sense.

*UPDATE*
I figured out the problem, the PSU is a standard size but it uses a unknown 10 PIN setup to the motherboard, 99.9% of PSU you get at the store are 24/14 PIN type cables, so without jury rigging you wont get a PSU to work. Hope that helps you guys.
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Last edited by PeteyTheStriker September 20, 2016 at 08:27 AM
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Alright final update, for anyone who bought this and wants to upgrade the PSU. Looks like this 24 pin to 10 pin adapter should work.

http://www.moddiy.com/products/IB...cm%29.html

You guys are welcome.
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Last edited by PeteyTheStriker September 20, 2016 at 09:37 AM
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Alright final update, for anyone who bought this and wants to upgrade the PSU. Looks like this 24 pin to 20 pin adapter should work.

http://www.moddiy.com/products/IB...cm%29.html

You guys are welcome.
You the real MVP
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Quote from kyledobson92 View Post :
is the psu easily changeable? seems like a decent computer for light gaming
yeah i play most games on high with my gtx 950, so with this you should be set.
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Really considering this any negatives I should be aware of ?
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Quote from anatoliy8 View Post :
Really considering this any negatives I should be aware of ?
I think this pretty good value for money if you don't want too much tweaking or Customization. The Chassis is a mid tower and can accommodate big sized coolers and long Graphics cards. The PSu is good enough to support Graphics cards like GTX 1060 or AMD Rx 480. Also it supports standard form factor ATX PSU. So you can easily upgrade it to a high capacity one and using the 24 Pin to 20 pin connection converter as pointed out in this thread. It has DDR4 support with normal DIMM slots an dyou can go up to 64GB of Ram easily.
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Ugh havent really looked into a non mac for a computer but this is half as much, and i only really use it for gaming, and the price point is nice.
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Very tempting deal. How does this compare to the popular Microcenter PowerSpec G313 deal from a few weeks back?

It looks like the PowerSpec has more ram, a better SSD, a much better graphics card, and if you aren't planning to overclock, the CPUs are comparable. However, this one is $300 cheaper. Tough decision.

http://slickdeals.net/f/9056983-powerspec-g313-desktop-pc-i5-6600k-16gb-ddr4-480gb-ssd-gtx-1070-1000-free-store-pickup?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
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Quote from Westmeadow View Post :
Very tempting deal. How does this compare to the popular Microcenter PowerSpec G313 deal from a few weeks back?

It looks like the PowerSpec has more ram, a better SSD, a much better graphics card, and if you aren't planning to overclock, the CPUs are comparable. However, this one is $300 cheaper. Tough decision.

http://slickdeals.net/f/9056983-powerspec-g313-desktop-pc-i5-6600k-16gb-ddr4-480gb-ssd-gtx-1070-1000-free-store-pickup?src=SiteSearchV2_SearchBarV2Algo1
In short for the price I would take the Lenovo, just cause the CPU alone is the price difference. If you dont want to upgrade anything in the near future, for awhile at least, go with the powerspec, I5 cpu is still great and will hold its own for quite awhile. So it depends how much you really want to spend, the Lenovo is great starter/medium gamer with a great cpu and expendability and the powerspec is all good to go now.
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Quote from slagathorisnear View Post :
Ugh havent really looked into a non mac for a computer but this is half as much, and i only really use it for gaming, and the price point is nice.
Out of my 550+ Steam games, only 153 I think the last count were MAC compatible, your missing out on some good gaming.

I have both, I prefer windows for gaming. Just my own opinion.
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