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iBuyPower Gamer Paladin Z350 Desktop: i7-8700K, 240GB SSD, GTX 1080 EXPIRED

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iBuyPower.com has iBuyPower Gamer Paladin Z350 Desktop for $1468.70 when you follow the steps below. Shipping is free. Thanks munzdeals92

Note, you may customize each setting/configuration to your desire, however, price will be more or less depending on your selection. The specs below are an example of the configuration.

Steps:
  1. Click here then under "Limited Time Offer" select the iBuyPower High Performance Gaming Mouse Pad for Free
  2. Scroll down to "Data Hard Drive" and select 2TB Hard Drive 7200RPM - Today Only (-$45)
    • Note, also includes a free iBuyPower RGB lightning (selected from the configuration) + Free Upgrade for Liquid Cooler to the Deepcool Captain 120EX Cooler + GTX 1080 will be upgraded to the ASUS Turbo Version
  3. Add the PC to cart
  4. Apply coupon code IBPMASTERS
  5. Total should now be $1468.70 + Free Shipping
Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-8700K Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Graphics Card
  • ASUS Prime Z370-P Motherboard
  • 600W Standard 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply
  • Corsair Hydro Series H60 120mm Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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iBUYPOWER [ibuypower.com] has iBuyPower Gamer Paladin Z350 Desktop for $1468.70 w/ coupon code IBPMASTERS

To get the $1,468.70 pricing you'll need to add the free 2TB HDD. The case has been updated to their Trace case.

Note, you may customize each setting/configuration to your desire, however, price will be more or less depending on your selection. The specs below are an example of the configuration.

Specs:
  • Intel Core i7-8700K Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 240GB SSD + 2TB HDD
  • NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 8GB GDDR5 Graphics
  • MSI Z370-A PRO Motherboard
  • 600W Standard 80 PLUS Bronze Power Supply
  • Corsair Hydro Series H60 120mm Liquid CPU Cooler
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
Freebies:
  • Mousepad

Edit: Base Configuration Updated. Has these features:
https://puu.sh/ygAPm/29b92df77b.png
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that photoshop so good
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Disappearing cables and liquid rad. I wish I had access to stealth cabling technology.

Is it too low or too high for you? My cost on Amazon/Newegg with average of best deals on all parts comes to around $1450. That is with current $400 i7-8700K, $500 GTX 1080 and so on.
So it's pretty much the cost of parts plus possibly tax and shipping.
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You may as well build your own PC as you will never get that price range on a prebuilt system.
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that photoshop so good
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Seriously.... 1080 at this price?
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Wait for black friday for a better deal.
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that photoshop so good
Disappearing cables and liquid rad. I wish I had access to stealth cabling technology.
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Seriously.... 1080 at this price?
Is it too low or too high for you? My cost on Amazon/Newegg with average of best deals on all parts comes to around $1450. That is with current $400 i7-8700K, $500 GTX 1080 and so on.
So it's pretty much the cost of parts plus possibly tax and shipping.
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A lil too high price will wait for lower price.. possibly a 1080 ti configuration This year? Crossing fingers
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Disappearing cables and liquid rad. I wish I had access to stealth cabling technology.

Is it too low or too high for you? My cost on Amazon/Newegg with average of best deals on all parts comes to around $1450. That is with current $400 i7-8700K, $500 GTX 1080 and so on.
So it's pretty much the cost of parts plus possibly tax and shipping.
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Disappearing cables and liquid rad. I wish I had access to stealth cabling technology.

Is it too low or too high for you? My cost on Amazon/Newegg with average of best deals on all parts comes to around $1450. That is with current $400 i7-8700K, $500 GTX 1080 and so on.
So it's pretty much the cost of parts plus possibly tax and shipping.
Don't forget the time to put it together.
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This is more customizable and a better deal than a previously posted Dell that was $1440 for the i5-8600k
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A lil too high price will wait for lower price.. possibly a 1080 ti configuration This year? Crossing fingers
You may as well build your own PC as you will never get that price range on a prebuilt system.
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Imo a single 120mm rad is not great for a cpu of this range?

And entry msi mobos have been meh for me personally.
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Imo a single 120mm rad is not great for a cpu of this range?

And entry msi mobos have been meh for me personally.
Those are cheap to swap out in their website. I like gigabyte which cost me an extra 36 bucks and went with the evga dual 120 rad cooler... 1500 bones is pretty great considering it's hard to find decent coffee lake deals and I didn't have to build it lol
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