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iBuyPower Z390 i7 RTX 2060 Gaming: i7-9700K, 16GB DDR4 3200, 480GB SSD, GTX 2060, 600W Thermaltake PSU, Win10H @ $1252.10

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SPEC:
  • Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • iBUYPOWER Trace 2 Tempered Glass RGB Case
  • i7-9700K 8 Core 3.6 GHz (4.9 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache)
  • iBUYPOWER 120mm Addressable RGB Liquid Cooling System - Bla
  • Asrock Z390 PHANTOM GAMING 4 Motherboard
  • 16GB (8GBx2) ADATA XPG SPECTRIX D41 RGB 3200 MHz Ram
  • RTX 2060 6GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • ADATA SU650 480GB SSD
  • iBuypower Standard Gaming Keyboard
  • iBuypower RGB 6 Button Gaming Mouse
  • 600W Thermaltake Smart Series 80+ Gold PSU

FREE ITEM:
  • [Included Game Bundle] - Get Battlefield V OR Anthem (1 out of 2 Games)w/ Purchase of NVIDIA RTX 2060/2070 Graphic Cards
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Good deal? wonder how it compares if you buy/build it yourself?

I would be going from...
Alienware Aurora R3
i7-2600k
GTX 1070
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I'd speculate that it'd not be a huge gaming upgrade given that you have the GTX 1070 currently. The CPU is definitely an upgrade but won't see that benefit in most games.

Just my 2 cents! This looks like a great deal if someone's buying first time.
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Looks like you also get a free game with the Nvidia 2060. Anthem or Battlefield 5.
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Is this a good computer for editing video? What differences do I need to look for between editing and gaming?
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Great deal
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I'd wait for AMD Ryzen third gen. I'd rather build my own.
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i7-9700K 8 Core 3.6 GHz (4.9 GHz Turbo, 12MB Cache)
16 threads or more or die...Peace
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Is this a good computer for editing video? What differences do I need to look for between editing and gaming?
For gaming you want the fastest processor clock speed (over more cores, think 9600k 6-core) and the best graphics card you can squeeze in. So a 9600k/2070 will game better than a 9700k/2060 combo.

Editing is all dependent on software (most consumer software prefers clock speed over core count). Some like high processor clock speed and less prefer more cores.

In all honesty Intel is probably better for most people as high clock speed usually wins.
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For gaming you want the fastest processor clock speed (over more cores, think 9600k 6-core) and the best graphics card you can squeeze in. So a 9600k/2070 will game better than a 9700k/2060 combo.

Editing is all dependent on software (most consumer software prefers clock speed over core count). Some like high processor clock speed and less prefer more cores.

In all honesty Intel is probably better for most people as high clock speed usually wins.
Regarding editing, it is not necessary that they are mostly dependent on clock speed. Most of the video editing software are multi threaded in nature and can take advantage of more cores.
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Smoking deal
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am i missing something 2060 is only $349.99 you can build rest of system for less then $902
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am i missing something 2060 is only $349.99 you can build rest of system for less then $902
That's assuming you shop around for everything on slick deals over weeks.

Case: 60$
CPU: 350$
Ram: 150$
Windows: 80$
Motherboard: 120$
SSD: 100$
PSU: 60$
Total: 920$

these are rough ball park numbers, but would typically be a decent deal for equivalent hardware.

Also this doesn't include the cooling system, which could easily add 100-200$ depending on how much you wanted to invest.
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That's assuming you shop around for everything on slick deals over weeks.

Case: 60$
CPU: 350$
Ram: 150$
Windows: 80$
Motherboard: 120$
SSD: 100$
PSU: 60$
Total: 920$

these are rough ball park numbers, but would typically be a decent deal for equivalent hardware.

Also this doesn't include the cooling system, which could easily add 100-200$ depending on how much you wanted to invest.
from what i see the SSD is $40 adata and windows is free now days don't even have to activate it or buy $5 key can get 16gb of 3000mhz ram for $90 now.
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