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Skytech ST-ORACLEX-2700X-2070: Ryzen 2700X, Liquid Cooler, 16GB DDR4, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, RTX 2070, 700W PSU, Win10H @ $1200 + F/S

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  • Rosewill Prism 500 Black Steel / Tempered Glass Case, 4 x RGB Dual Ring Fans
  • Ryzen 7 2700X 3.7 GHz (4.3 GHz Turbo, 20MB Cache)
  • 120mm AIO Liquid CPU Cooler
  • 16GB DDR4 2400 MHz Ram
  • Asrock B450M Pro4 Motherboard
  • 240GB SSD + 1Tb 7200 RPM HDD
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  • RTX 2070 8GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • 700W 80+ PSU
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Multiple reviews of GPU failure from this company and not exactly the most savings with Ryzen and a $80 MoBo and the deals recently on 2070's.

Not the worst if you just want to buy a PC.
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Only 2400mhz memory
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I need something like this. Are there any decent deal out there now for a small form gaming PC thats reliable?
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Only 2400mhz memory
Damn that killed it for me. If this had G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3000 or 3200 I'd be all over it

But I don't feel like buying the RAM I want and dealing with re-selling the included sticks.
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I'd expect more than a 2070 system for $1200.
I expected they give me a kidney for $1200!!. You want a $700, 2080 GPU with $300 CPU plus everything else for 1200 ?
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The entry level MB doesn't seem to be good for OC.
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I'd expect more than a 2070 system for $1200.
I don't think you know how these prebuilts are done/sold for. You can look at many other prebuilt vendors and see that this has pretty good hardware for the price. Of course there are always compromises to these prebuilts, like for this one the ram is pretty slow and the Mobo seems to be low tier. And most likely the PSU is also low tier...BUT people are paying a convenience fee and the vendor is trying to make a profit.

That said, I usually recommend to the more savvy to buy used hardware because, lo and behold, it's fairly cheaper than buying new parts, but obviously requires more time investment.
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Multiple reviews of GPU failure from this company and not exactly the most savings with Ryzen and a $80 MoBo and the deals recently on 2070's.

Not the worst if you just want to buy a PC.
Well, they don't make the card so can't really blame them since the artifact failure is an ongoing Nvidia issue, and 2070 normally have slightly lower artifact failure rate then 2080 TI. I assume its a gamble but regardless, $1200 is good price even though memory is 2400.
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I'd expect more than a 2070 system for $1200.
That's a $500 graphics card. If you add up all the components, this machine costs ~$1370 to make from scratch.

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/zWcYD2

Sure, you could make a computer with a better graphics card, but you can't hit this price point without downgrading the CPU, cooler, or case.
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Damn that killed it for me. If this had G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3000 or 3200 I'd be all over it

But I don't feel like buying the RAM I want and dealing with re-selling the included sticks.
Is there a benchmark report that can show the difference for 2400 vs 3000 on Ryzen machines? If it is marginal difference then I don't see what's the issue.
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Is there a benchmark report that can show the difference for 2400 vs 3000 on Ryzen machines? If it is marginal difference then I don't see what's the issue.
https://www.wepc.com/tips/ram-speed/
depends on what you do, but for gaming and everyday use, it's not even noticeable.
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Every part is cheapest possible version of that part which is why they dont advertise the brand or specification of the ram, ssd, psu. Ect
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Damn that killed it for me. If this had G.Skill Trident Z DDR4 3000 or 3200 I'd be all over it

But I don't feel like buying the RAM I want and dealing with re-selling the included sticks.
Can't you manually change to 3000 at higher CL? Just find out what the manufacture use for the same ram module?
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