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With the latest 8th gen i7 and the GTX 1080 TI GPU this PC is a steal. You can't buy the cheapest versions of the components to build it for $1500.

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Looks like a good deal. Conservatively, the price for 8700K + 1080 TI separately is close to $1200 ($450 + $750).
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Looks like a good deal. Conservatively, the price for 8700K + 1080 TI separately is close to $1200 ($450 + $750).
More like $1,080 ($380 for 8700K + $700 for 1080 Ti).

Still, it's a very good deal for a prebuilt with these components in it. MOBO + case + water cooler + 16 GB RAM + SSD/HDD + PSU costs a bit more than $420 even if they used crappy parts.
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Great deal !!! Worth FP
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i7 8700K - 379 @ microcenter
Cheap Z370 Mobo with wifi after rebate - $100 @ newegg
1080 Ti - $709 @ newegg (cheaper if you willing to sell destiny 2)
16GB RAM - $140 @ newegg
240GB SSD - < $100 at fry's
1TB HDD - $54 @ newegg
Window 10 64 - $92 @ best buy
Corsair H100i V2 - $84 @ newegg
Phantek 400S - 69 @ newegg
Seasonic 850W PSU - $ 69 @ newegg
Keyboard and mouse are essentially free because there are so many cheap one out there

Total:
379 + 100 + 709 + 140 + 100 + 54 + 92 + 84 + 69 + 69 = $1796

this is the cost if you build with fairly cheap components comparable to this build.

SO I would say this is a good deal. Note I left taxes out of this since I would have to pay taxes in either cases.
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i7 8700K - 379 @ microcenter
Cheap Z370 Mobo with wifi after rebate - $100 @ newegg
1080 Ti - $709 @ newegg (cheaper if you willing to sell destiny 2)
16GB RAM - $140 @ newegg
240GB SSD - < $100 at fry's
1TB HDD - $54 @ newegg
Window 10 64 - $92 @ best buy
Corsair H100i V2 - $84 @ newegg
Phantek 400S - 69 @ newegg
Seasonic 850W PSU - $ 69 @ newegg
Keyboard and mouse are essentially free because there are so many cheap one out there

Total:
379 + 100 + 709 + 140 + 100 + 54 + 92 + 84 + 69 + 69 = $1796

this is the cost if you build with fairly cheap components comparable to this build.

SO I would say this is a good deal. Note I left taxes out of this since I would have to pay taxes in either cases.
I found everything to be about the same. I priced everything out with cheaper components. I was planning on building myself then I stumbled across this and it was a no brainier. Plus my 5% rewards from my Amazon credit card help with sales tax.
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One downfall: no thunderbolt.
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i7 8700K - 379 @ microcenter
Cheap Z370 Mobo with wifi after rebate - $100 @ newegg
1080 Ti - $709 @ newegg (cheaper if you willing to sell destiny 2)
16GB RAM - $140 @ newegg
240GB SSD - < $100 at fry's
1TB HDD - $54 @ newegg
Window 10 64 - $92 @ best buy
Corsair H100i V2 - $84 @ newegg
Phantek 400S - 69 @ newegg
Seasonic 850W PSU - $ 69 @ newegg
Keyboard and mouse are essentially free because there are so many cheap one out there

Total:
379 + 100 + 709 + 140 + 100 + 54 + 92 + 84 + 69 + 69 = $1796

this is the cost if you build with fairly cheap components comparable to this build.

SO I would say this is a good deal. Note I left taxes out of this since I would have to pay taxes in either cases.
Don't forget to use the oem windows keys, those sell for 10 to 15 dollars only. But still a good deal for pre-built.
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Would it be better to get the i7 7700 with 4.2 GHz processor or get this one instead? I have been eyeing https://www.ebay.com/itm/401443878509 for a while. Suggestions please..
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Looks like an AMAZING deal! anyone know what motherboard is on this thing?
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Don't forget to use the oem windows keys, those sell for 10 to 15 dollars only. But still a good deal for pre-built.
Was going to put $0-$20 for the window 10 key but some people will say those sites are not legit and window can cancel your key or something. Best to be safe IMO. But still that only saves you $100 at most.

here are the places CYberpc can skimp:
1) PSU in this is probably 500W or 650W at best. the Seasonic is much better so maybe $40 PSU
-$30

2) Water cooler is probably junky so $40 water cool instead of the Corsair
-$40

3) Case is probably junky and not to the Phantek Probably a $30 After rebate case
-$40

4) RAM. Cheapest I seen is $140 for 16GB RAM but there might be other deals where you can get RAM slightly cheaper at $120 maybe
-$20

5) Destiny 2 can be sold for around $30 i think.
-$30

6) Their 240GB SSD is probably bottom of the barrel so maybe $50 total cost for them
-$50

7) Mobo is probably crappier, Maybe $80 for OEM builder cost
-$20

Total: $230 cheaper than my $1796 price and combine with $10 Window 10 Key you are looking at $300 cheaper than my $1796 price.

Total: 1796 - 300 = 1496.

SO pretty close to build cost. They are probably not make much if any
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Would it be better to get the i7 7700 with 4.2 GHz processor or get this one instead? I have been eyeing https://www.ebay.com/itm/401443878509 for a while. Suggestions please..
Why would you get that one? the 8700k is faster, more cores, and current gen. This one also offers SSD for faster boot and its cheaper.
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Would it be better to get the i7 7700 with 4.2 GHz processor or get this one instead? I have been eyeing https://www.ebay.com/itm/401443878509 for a while. Suggestions please..
Get this one. the 8700K is faster. Even if you buy this deal, and swap out the CPU/mobo for the 8700K and you are probably same as the ebay price with an extra i7 7700K CPU/mobo which you can probably sell for around $250 on eBay if you are lucky netting you around $200.
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Why would you get that one? the 8700k is faster, more cores, and current gen. This one also offers SSD for faster boot and its cheaper.
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Don't really want to drop $1500 on bleeding edge stuff since I don't game often. Is this other Amazon deal decent?

https://www.amazon.com/iBUYPOWER-...5201447011
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