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iBUYPOWER - Desktop - Intel Core i7 - 16GB Memory - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 - 1TB Solid State Drive - Black/Gray $1599.99

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Storage Type
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Total Storage Capacity
1000 gigabytes
Solid State Drive Capacity
1000 gigabytes
System Memory (RAM)
16 gigabytes
Graphics
NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
Processor Speed (Base)
3.7 gigahertz
Processor Model
Intel 8th Generation Core i7
Processor Model Number
i7-8700K
Operating System
Windows 10 Home
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Can't find power supply wattage/info
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Can't find power supply wattage/info
8700k & 2080 you don't really need more than even 650w for this build. I'd assume it's probably a bronze ~600ish based on what I see online.

You can always swap PSU too.
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8700k & 2080 you don't really need more than even 650w for this build. I'd assume it's probably a bronze ~600ish based on what I see online.

You can always swap PSU too.
It's a consideration if you plan on adding a 2nd GPU. They should be more up front about it.
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is this build good for the price or should I build my own?
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Should mention it comes with 3 free games also. Anthem, Battlefield V and Metro Exodus
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is this build good for the price or should I build my own?
Prices are dropping hard right now on a lot of parts.

Decent sale prices to compete

CPUs are ridiculous these days. Gamers are buying them like they are in to commercial video editing...

CPU in this build is about $380 -> Save and go with a i5 9600k for gaming $270
1TB SSD ~120 but you can do better and even m.2 drives are around this price point (the intel 660p one here on SD was 106 and 110 recently)
16 gb ram is about $90
Mobo is about $130
Case and PSU about $100 (Rosewill 80+ Gold PSU and Whatever Garbage ATX case you want, honestly as long as the psu mount is at the bottom, the hard drives mount sideways, there is a hole in the top, front, back, and side, who cares?)
RTX 2080 is around $700 (and it regularly shows up on SD around 650 and even under 600 rarely)
CPU Cooler is around $50.

So yeah, building is better, you would probably save around $300. Even more if you are a bit patient for sales.
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Pretty solid deal if you dont wanna build you own
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Prices are dropping hard right now on a lot of parts.

Decent sale prices to compete

CPUs are ridiculous these days. Gamers are buying them like they are in to commercial video editing...

CPU in this build is about $380 -> Save and go with a i5 9600k for gaming $270
1TB SSD ~120 but you can do better and even m.2 drives are around this price point (the intel 660p one here on SD was 106 and 110 recently)
16 gb ram is about $90
Mobo is about $130
Case and PSU about $100 (Rosewill 80+ Gold PSU and Whatever Garbage ATX case you want, honestly as long as the psu mount is at the bottom, the hard drives mount sideways, there is a hole in the top, front, back, and side, who cares?)
RTX 2080 is around $700 (and it regularly shows up on SD around 650 and even under 600 rarely)
CPU Cooler is around $50.

So yeah, building is better, you would probably save around $300. Even more if you are a bit patient for sales.
thanks bro!
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Prices are dropping hard right now on a lot of parts.

Decent sale prices to compete

CPUs are ridiculous these days. Gamers are buying them like they are in to commercial video editing...

CPU in this build is about $380 -> Save and go with a i5 9600k for gaming $270
1TB SSD ~120 but you can do better and even m.2 drives are around this price point (the intel 660p one here on SD was 106 and 110 recently)
16 gb ram is about $90
Mobo is about $130
Case and PSU about $100 (Rosewill 80+ Gold PSU and Whatever Garbage ATX case you want, honestly as long as the psu mount is at the bottom, the hard drives mount sideways, there is a hole in the top, front, back, and side, who cares?)
RTX 2080 is around $700 (and it regularly shows up on SD around 650 and even under 600 rarely)
CPU Cooler is around $50.

So yeah, building is better, you would probably save around $300. Even more if you are a bit patient for sales.
With an i5, your total is $1500. Where are you getting $300 from?
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How much is the warranty on this?
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It's a consideration if you plan on adding a 2nd GPU. They should be more up front about it.
Do you really need a second GPU on top of the 2080?
In the question section on BestBuy people report getting 650W, 750W and 850w.

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Hello, Each computer comes with a PSU that is strong enough to support the rig, however because these are custom built PC's we use whatever parts that we have on hand. This is why we can never specify brands as our brands vary dependent on what we have on hand. However, the brands range from major gaming companies. Thank you for your question. No idea where this information is being stated from, but I think I

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is this build good for the price or should I build my own?
It's actually not bad. The 2080 and i7 alone is more than a grand.
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Do you really need a second GPU on top of the 2080?
In the question section on BestBuy people report getting 650W, 750W and 850w.

The manufacturer said:
You do need a second GPU if you want to max out the Alienware monitor at ultra settings and 120hz on Battlefield1. I am running a single RTX2080 and im getting 100-105 consistent with jumps up to 120fps.
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With an i5, your total is $1500. Where are you getting $300 from?
Also no mention of OS cost.....
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