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CyberPowerPC: i7 8700k, 16GB DDR4 , 256GB SSD, 2TB HDD, WIN 10H @ $1500(OPEN BOX) $1499.99

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Saw this deal while surfing for a desktop that has i7 8700k and a GTX 1080 graphic card.
Wondering if this was a snatch!


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Created 04-22-2018 at 12:50 AM by benle1234
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No it's not
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Y not it looks good
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Wow that's a bad deal
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Forgot to add GTX 1080 to the title yet it still seems to be a bad deal. Thanks for the insight and if anyone knows of a desktop that has i7 8700k and a GTX 1080 graphics card for a lower price, lmk or link it!
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Instead of merely thumbing down or saying "its a bad deal" it helps to probably discuss why.

Going on PC parts picker I grabbed a random high end deal that at the surface looks similar


https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/XX...ting-build


coming in at $230 more than this deal. The distinctions... 4tb drive and 1tb SSD vs a 256gb SSD and 1tb hdd. 32gb ram vs 16 and no Windows. So from the start I'm not comparing like with like. But if I remove the HDD and SSD, that puts the price to $1418. If I downgrade the ram to 16 gb to match this and add a hard drive


https://pcpartpicker.com/list/QDZgJ8


I come in at 1426, plus an OS is still needed. So I get an open box system or I can build a comparable system and get all new parts for roughly the same price. It's not a horrible deal but its not a great one.

Edited- I just realized this has an 8700K not 8700 i7. So let me check the price differences on PCP between the K and not

Edited x2- K adds $50 to price of the system. This isn't a bad deal, but being open box it's not great.

Edited x3- https://pcpartpicker.com/list/nshn7W 2tb not 1tb drive. Comes in at $35 more, without an OS. I guess the 2tb drives are a little cheaper than 1tb ones.
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Hp omen deal, dell xps deal and alienware deal during the past 2 months was better deals than this esp. With new gen gpu coming out soon
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