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ZOTAC Gaming MEK1 Gaming PC Intel Core i7-7700 Processor GeForce GTX 1070 Ti Graphic 16GB DDR4 Ram 1 TB HDD and 240 GB SSD Window 10 home - $1399 @ZOTAC Store

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ZOTAC Gaming MEK1 Gaming PC is having a promotion at their online store for $1399

https://store.zotac.com/mek1-gami...07tk700b-u

Model: G1107TK700B-U
Form Factor: Mini ITX
CPU Type: 7th Gen Intel Core i7-7700 (quad-core 3.6 GHz, up to 4.2 GHz)
Memory Installed: 16GB dual-channel DDR4 memory (2x8GB)
Serial ATA: 1TB 2.5-inch SATA HDD
M.2: 240GB NVMe PCIe x4 M.2 2280 SSD
Graphics: ZOTAC GeForce GTX 1070 Ti (8GB GDDR5 256-bit)
Audio: Onboard 7.1 Channel Audio with Optical Output
LAN: Dual Gigabit LAN
Wireless LAN: 802.11ac/b/g/n
Bluetooth: Bluetooth 4.2
Legacy I/O: PS/2 Port
USB Port: 6 x USB 3.0 ports, 2 x USB 2.0 ports
Video output: HDMI 2.0b (3840x2160 @ 60Hz), 3 x DisplayPort 1.4 (4096x2160 @ 60Hz), DL-DVI-D
Multi-Monitor Support: Up to four displays
Operating Systems: Microsoft Windows 10 Home (64-bit) pre-installed
Power: 450W Power supply
Form Factor: Mini ITX
Warranty: 2 years warranty on MEK1, 1 year warranty on mouse & Keyboard
Package Contents: MEK1 Gaming PC, Power Cable, 2 x Wi-Fi Antenna, 2 x Stands, OS Recovery Disk, USB, Flash Drive with Drivers, Warranty Card, User Manual, Quick Start Guide, Gaming Keyboard, Mouse, and Mouse Pad
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What case is that?!?
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What case is that?!?
Its a ZOTAC Custom build case
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Its a ZOTAC Custom build case
Where can I buy just that lol
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Where can I buy just that lol
Applause Don't think they sell case only
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Overpriced
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Only 450 watts?
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Had some trouble putting together an identical system, couldn't mirror the SSD on the site. This build lacks a case/power supply and OS, and I think the cpu cooler. Also doesn't accurately match the SSD which is NVME not 2.5"

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/Y72dFt


Cited build is $1040. So for $1400... I'm sure you can buy a case and OS and power supply for less than $350 so yeah this isn't a great price. Maybe because the case is custom that might make this desirable but I wouldn't buy one of these. If this was a 1080 not 1070 GPU (Ti) it'd be a better value.

(edited) Didn't realize this comes with a mouse and keyboard but I don't really feel that's a good value.
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I have a thing for small powerful PCs, and on a boutique build like this there's going to be a price premium. I currently have an mITX 7700k build in a Silverstone SG13 case. While small, it's nowhere near as small or as nice as A4 or M1 from SFFLab. Those are insanely small, and the M1 can house *three* 3.5" drives plus 2.5" drives. My Alienware Auora R7 can only house a single 3.5" drive in a full tower. I'm seriously considering moving my 7700k build to the SFFLab M1.

For the price of this Zotac which is decent for a boutique mITX build, you can build yourself one based on a SFFLab case for about the same price. Real quickly - i7-8700k and Z370 mITX mobo ~$450, GTX1070 $400, M1 case $200, Corsair 600w SFX PSU $100, 16GB RAM $150, Samsung 970 EVO 256GB $100, 120mm AIO water cooler ~$50. $1450 total, throw in another $15 for Win10 license. Less if you go with i7-7700k or i5-8600k, and even less if you caught the Microcenter GTX1070 deal for $285 this last Monday.
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I have a thing for small powerful PCs, and on a boutique build like this there's going to be a price premium. I currently have an mITX 7700k build in a Silverstone SG13 case. While small, it's nowhere near as small or as nice as A4 or M1 from SFFLab. Those are insanely small, and the M1 can house *three* 3.5" drives plus 2.5" drives. My Alienware Auora R7 can only house a single 3.5" drive in a full tower. I'm seriously considering moving my 7700k build to the SFFLab M1.

For the price of this Zotac which is decent for a boutique mITX build, you can build yourself one based on a SFFLab case for about the same price. Real quickly - i7-8700k and Z370 mITX mobo ~$450, GTX1070 $400, M1 case $200, Corsair 600w SFX PSU $100, 16GB RAM $150, Samsung 970 EVO 256GB $100, 120mm AIO water cooler ~$50. $1450 total, throw in another $15 for Win10 license. Less if you go with i7-7700k or i5-8600k, and even less if you caught the Microcenter GTX1070 deal for $285 this last Monday.
Where can you get a Win 10 license for $15? the cheapest educational one I find is around $40
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Where can you get a Win 10 license for $15? the cheapest educational one I find is around $40
scdkey. I bought two from them so far with no issues. There's usually 10% off codes if you look around a bit.
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