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Dell XPS 8930 Refurb - i7 8700, 16GB DDR4, GTX 1050 Ti - $691.04 ($812.99 - 15% code XPSLD15a)

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I'm not sure how many are in stock but I just bought one and there are still more available.

Click here [dell.com] for the listings of refurbed XPS 8930 desktops and look for the $812.99 option.

The coupon code XPSLD15a will take 15% off, lowering the price to $691.04 plus tax. Visit your favorite cashback click-through site first for additional savings, I used one that provides an additional 5% cashback so that essentially takes care of the sales tax for me.
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Already had a system on order from last week that was the prior generation processor, less RAM, less HDD and less video RAM for slightly more than this. Canceled that deal and pounced in this. Thanks OP, this will be FP soon!
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It says the power supply is 450W. Anyone know if that's enough to swap the 1050TI for a 1070?
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It says the power supply is 450W. Anyone know if that's enough to swap the 1050TI for a 1070?
At this link [dell.com] they're selling the full priced 8930 desktops and you can select a 1070 or a 1080, and it still has the same PSU. Processors and video cards are so power efficient these days that 460W is enough.

The PSU in the other deal (the Inspiron with a GTX 1070 from Rakuten) is also the same 460W one, I think that's the standard one they use in all their desktops.

Some people might think this wattage is cutting it too close but this isn't 2005 when video cards were really inefficient and prebuilts were using garbage-grade 250W PSUs. I think it's fine, and Dell trusts it enough that they have warranties on all of these products.
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Snagged myself one. Thanks OP!
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It says the power supply is 450W. Anyone know if that's enough to swap the 1050TI for a 1070?
I've always found this site to be on target with their recommendations:

http://www.realhardtechx.com/inde...age362.htm

Even though they recommend a bit more power, I agree with Chocobo that since Dell is using the same power supply with 1070's and 1080's, it will be fine.
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Trying to replicate this on PC part picker with the limited information I can find the build comes to $821.74 which excludes the motherboard, case, mouse, keyboard, wireless card and uses the cheapest RAM, HDD, GPU, and PSU as I couldn't find specifics on any of those. This seems to be an amazing deal. Of course the price above is for new parts and not refurbished.

Does anyone have any insight on specifics to models of parts used not listed?
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Is Dell still using proprietary PS connectors? Can an ATX PS be swapped easily?
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Be sure to check your Amex offers, one of my cards has 10% off at Dell.
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Be sure to check your Amex offers, one of my cards has 10% off at Dell.
it states to exclude all outlet purchases. Not sure if this is actually enforced, but worth noting it is in the language.
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OOS, clicked place order and told me as much
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It says the power supply is 450W. Anyone know if that's enough to swap the 1050TI for a 1070?
Yes, I believe that all of the 8930's come with the same power supply unless you buy the over-clocked CPU versions.
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Thanks OP snagged this earlier. Now just going to add SSD
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Just went through order verification hell. Got an email about security/verification. Called in twice and both times I was told a verification email would be sent. It never came. Went on chat and the rep took care of it in minutes. Order status is now confirmed versus processing. If you have verification issues, hit up chat first.
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Thanks OP snagged this earlier. Now just going to add SSD
That's my play here as well. I'll pull my Samsung SSD from my now broken PC and plant it in this Dell. It's gonna be great!
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