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CyberPowerPC Ryzen 1700X, Nvidia 1080 Ti, 500gb SSD, 16gb DDR4, Windows 10 Home $1,567.50 Free Shipping

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https://www.cyberpowerpc.com/syst...Special-II

Select Skorpion Mechanical Keyboard for +$5

Select RGD LED Lighting Control w/ 3 AZZA RGB Case fan for +$0 (it looks idiotic, but can't beat free)

Select MasterLiquid Lite 120mm liquid cooler for -$2

Select AsRock X370 Killer SLI/ac motherboard for +$8 (if you don't need SLI, just stick with the default Gigabyte GA-AX370)

Select 16gb DDR4 2400 for +$120

Select Nvidia 1080 Ti for +$455

Select standard sli/crossfire bridge for +$0

Select 800 watts standard 80 plus PSU for +$0

Select 500gb WD Blue SSD for +$47

Select None for Keyboard -$5

Select None for mouse -$3


Apple coupon code SPRING0410 for 5% discount

The final price should come out to $1,567.50 with free shipping.
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The memory is on the low side, but can be easily upgraded yourself for cheaper than what CyberPowerPC is asking.
For that price, you shouldn't have to.
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For that price, you shouldn't have to.
Noted, updated to 16gb version.
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Poor cooler, PSU, and 1700x is just ok for gaming. Rather wait or build my own with far better pieces and an 8700k
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Poor cooler, PSU, and 1700x is just ok for gaming. Rather wait or build my own with far better pieces and an 8700k
Good for you...you'll get 2 more cores than last year, but 2 less cores than the 1700x.
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