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Dell XPS 8910 Desktop: i7-6700K, 16GB DDR4, 32GB SSD + 2TB HDD, GTX 1070 EXPIRED

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Dell Home Outlet has Dell XPS 8910 Desktop on sale for $1045 - $156.75 w/ coupon code DESKTOPS$200 = $888.25. Shipping is free. Thanks Vietpride218

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  • Intel Core i7-6700K Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 RAM
  • 32GB mSATA Solid State Drive
  • 2TB Hard Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • DVD-RW Drive
  • Dual Band Wi-Fi + Bluetooth 4.2
  • Dell KB216 Wired Keyboard Black
  • Dell USB 6-Button Laser Mouse
  • Windows 10 Home
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Overall great computer for 1080p gaming and some 1440p gaming with an unlocked i7 and GTX 1070. Comes with a small SSD for a bootdrive too.

Processor: Intel Core 6th Generation i7-6700K Processor (Quad Core, 4.0GHz, 8M Cache, 91W)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
2 TB 3.5-inch SATA Hard Drive (7200 RPM)
32GB mSATA Solid State Drive
16GB DDR4 Non- ECC 2133MHz (1x16GB)
Tray load DVD Drive (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD)
NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 8GB GDDR5
Dell Outlet XPS 8910

Price before coupon: - $1,045.00
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This PC has a smaller case than previous versions, so if you want to add more cooling and such, it will be a challenge.

Other than that for the specs and price, it is pretty good at the current market value. GPU alone costs nearly half the price of this PC.
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I mean this one is over $200 dollars cheaper.
Pros for this one:

Quite a bit cheaper
Arguably better CPU (being unlocked, even if it is last gen)
Bigger total storage (2TB + 32GB vs 1TB + 256GB

Pros for Costco:

Double the ram (32GB vs 16GB)
Faster Ram (2400MHz vs 2133MHz)
Bigger SSD (256GB vs 32GB)


It's just a matter of if the Ram and SSD are worth +$200 dollars. (Of course there may be other kickers, but those are the main ones.)

Edit: With all being said and done, I'd go for this one, most because those pros are not worth +$200 to me.
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I'd prob get this and save $200+, 16GB RAM is plenty, 32GB is fine for booting, just save files onto the 2TB or if it bothers you upgrade to a 250Gb one for much less than the extra $200.
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Please change title to i7 6700k. Not that the i7 7700k is much faster, but some people might actually care.
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Please change title to i7 6700k. Not that the i7 7700k is much faster, but some people might actually care.
Yeup, just caught it. My bad.
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This or Costco deal?
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Does anyone know if these boards support overclocking of cpu? Seeing as how it's 'k'.

EDIT: sounds like they do allow limited overclocking of CPU In bios.
http://en.community.dell.com/supp...t/19679767
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This or Costco deal?
I mean this one is over $200 dollars cheaper.
Pros for this one:
  • Quite a bit cheaper
  • Arguably better CPU (being unlocked, even if it is last gen)
  • Bigger total storage (2TB + 32GB vs 1TB + 256GB
Pros for Costco:
  • Double the ram (32GB vs 16GB)
  • Faster Ram (2400MHz vs 2133MHz)
  • Bigger SSD (256GB vs 32GB)

It's just a matter of if the Ram and SSD are worth +$200 dollars. (Of course there may be other kickers, but those are the main ones.)

Edit: With all being said and done, I'd go for this one, most because those pros are not worth +$200 to me.
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Does anyone know if these boards support overclocking of cpu? Seeing as how it's 'k'.
I honestly have no clue. Sorry.
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Please change title to i7 6700k. Not that the i7 7700k is much faster, but some people might actually care.
Not that much faster, you couldnt tell with normal usage and IRL performance.
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This or Costco deal?
I'd prob get this and save $200+, 16GB RAM is plenty, 32GB is fine for booting, just save files onto the 2TB or if it bothers you upgrade to a 250Gb one for much less than the extra $200.
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[QUOTE=jays_on;104747072]Does anyone know if these boards support overclocking of cpu? Seeing as how it's 'k'.[/QUO
They may, but I do not think they do, I picked up an XPS 8900 earlier this year with the i7-6700 non K and I can't even change the RAM speed. The BIOS software is proprietary only to Dell.

I ended up just buying Crucial RAM that had minimum speed set to 2400MHz over the normal 2133MHz, but either way you couldnt tell the difference in speed for most uses especially when you are using a 1070.
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About to pull the trigger. Any warnings?
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About to pull the trigger. Any warnings?
This PC has a smaller case than previous versions, so if you want to add more cooling and such, it will be a challenge.

Other than that for the specs and price, it is pretty good at the current market value. GPU alone costs nearly half the price of this PC.
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About to pull the trigger. Any warnings?
Not really, besides that it's from Dell Outlet (maybe). But even then, it's listed as brand new.
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