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Abs Gaming Desktop PC NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1070 Ti 8 GB Intel Core i7-8700 (3.20 GHz) 6-Core 16 GB DDR4 240 GB SSD 1 TB HDD Windows 10 Home 64-Bit ALI249 $1050

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The reason why I feel it's worth the price is the 1070 TI and i7.

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The promo code isn't working...
It should bring it down $50, right? I does show the $50 off. but it's still $1,099.99. Or does the $50 come off later in the checkout process.
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GTX 1070 TI = $530
I7 = $300

Then you get the RAM, Power Supply, HDD, SSD and Case for another $220

It would be nice to know the brand of the other components but /shrug.
Ebay prices shows a used 1070ti is about $310, and a new one is around $375. Newer Geforce cards have come out recently so last gen tech is going down in price again.

The motherboard is a Asrock h310 chipset. Only 2 ram slots.

The power supply is a Thermaltake Smart 600w.

Ram is TeamGroup

SSD is most likely teamgroup, possibly WD Green.

Heatsink is stock Intel, this *will* overheat if put under load.
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Solid Deal

GTX 1070 TI = $530
I7 = $300

Then you get the RAM, Power Supply, HDD, SSD and Case for another $220

It would be nice to know the brand of the other components but /shrug.
Your $530 value is wack. 1070 TIs have already hit and cleared the clearance bins. I bought mine new for $300. Never mind the fact that the 20 series offers better value at that price point.
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Your $530 value is wack. 1070 TIs have already hit and cleared the clearance bins. I bought mine new for $300. Never mind the fact that the 20 series offers better value at that price point.
Where did u get it 300 I want a second 1070
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Eh prebuilt never have cool Mobo or ram or HDD. Feel like that would always be in the back of my mind
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Ebay prices shows a used 1070ti is about $310, and a new one is around $375. Newer Geforce cards have come out recently so last gen tech is going down in price again.

The motherboard is a Asrock h310 chipset. Only 2 ram slots.

The power supply is a Thermaltake Smart 600w.

Ram is TeamGroup

SSD is most likely teamgroup, possibly WD Green.

Heatsink is stock Intel, this *will* overheat if put under load.
For such mid to high end why destroy it with a h310 motherboard. The funny part is its only another 30-40 more for a nicer b360 which would at least make this very decent.... Even if we don't get a z370 or h370 in there...
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Got a similar model from ABS except with 1060 6gb for about the same price. Really great performance and no problems so far. I wish i jumped on this deal
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If it ain't overpowered it ain't worth buying.
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If it ain't overpowered it ain't worth buying.
This one comes with correct component.
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Been wanting to build a PC for the TV to dump media on and play emulators on. But, I'm thinking I may just repurpose my current PC(i5-4670K) for that and buy something like this to replace it for my work/photo editing/etc. Any thoughts?
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Been wanting to build a PC for the TV to dump media on and play emulators on. But, I'm thinking I may just repurpose my current PC(i5-4670K) for that and buy something like this to replace it for my work/photo editing/etc. Any thoughts?
That's what I did with my old i7 950 system, really don't need much to run emulators and mame...but I replaced it with that Alienware system from a few weeks ago with the i7 9700k and GTX1080
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That's what I did with my old i7 950 system, really don't need much to run emulators and mame...but I replaced it with that Alienware system from a few weeks ago with the i7 9700k and GTX1080
Yeah, I already play CEMU on it with my son. So, I know it could handle it. And I could probably throw more at it with a better video card too. Only thing is the size of the case. Decision, decisions. Hmmm
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