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Dell XPS 8910 Tower - Special Edition (Silver) - i5-6400 - 8GB DDR4 - GTX 1070 8GB - $749.99 after $150 SD Rebate

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Dell XPS 8910 Tower Special Edition (Silver Chassis)

Link [dell.com]6th Generation Intel® Core™ i5-6400 Processor (6M Cache, up to 3.3 GHz)
Windows 10 Home 64bit English
8GB, 2133MHz, DDR4 up to 64GB (Additional memory sold separately)
1TB 7200 rpm Hard Drive
NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 1070 with 8GB GDDR5 Graphics Memory
802.11ac + Bluetooth 4.2
DVD-RW Drive (Reads and Writes to DVD/CD)
Microsoft Office 30 Day Trial

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Quick note, this will probably be the silver one, as it is the Special Edition.

With that said, not bad after rebate as long as it applies (I didn't see any red flags). I got a similar one last month with similar specs besides 2TB HDD, 16 GB Ram, and I7-6700K. Definitely solid thanks to the 1070. Works well out of box.
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Does this combine with amex points deal??
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I mean it's not bad but the CPU will be outdated and even though there's a 1070, I don't really like Dell
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I mean it's not bad but the CPU will be outdated and even though there's a 1070, I don't really like Dell
I always see comments like this and have to snark at them. I get that it's not a current generation processor. I think that the term outdated gets thrown around way too much with CPUs. Yes, they do get better with each generation, but we aren't talking about a difference that 95% of users would likely even notice, especially the ones looking at buying a bargain dell PC.

That being said, I'm still running an i7-4770k still and have not had a single game slow down due it yet. For all of the reason to not buy this PC, I would not list the processor very high on that list. The disclaimer being of course that you are either A) an enthusiast who wouldn't buy a dell anyway, or B) feel like you need the latest/greatest and for some reason think you'll get that from a bargain dell PC.

It's not a super good deal, I'll agree. But it's a simple out of the box solution for someone looking to jump into PC gaming, especially with the GTX 1070
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I always see comments like this and have to snark at them. I get that it's not a current generation processor. I think that the term outdated gets thrown around way too much with CPUs. Yes, they do get better with each generation, but we aren't talking about a difference that 95% of users would likely even notice, especially the ones looking at buying a bargain dell PC.

That being said, I'm still running an i7-4770k still and have not had a single game slow down due it yet. For all of the reason to not buy this PC, I would not list the processor very high on that list. The disclaimer being of course that you are either A) an enthusiast who wouldn't buy a dell anyway, or B) feel like you need the latest/greatest and for some reason think you'll get that from a bargain dell PC.

It's not a super good deal, I'll agree. But it's a simple out of the box solution for someone looking to jump into PC gaming, especially with the GTX 1070
Thx 4 snarking at me
It's hard to upgrade dell and it farked me over during an assignment even though it had an i7
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Got this from Amazon back in February for 799. I enjoy it.
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Very difficult to build a similar setup at that price. Looking at around $900 for a DIY job.

Throw in a 250gb SSD and another 8GB of memory for around $150 making this a solid gaming rig for $900.
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How many slots does this have for RAM? If only two, that would be a deal breaker for me.
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Any coupons that can be stacked with this?
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