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16GB (2x8GB) GeIL EVO SPEAR DDR4 3000 Desktop Memory EXPIRED

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Newegg.com has 16GB (2x8GB) GeIL EVO SPEAR DDR4 3000MHz Desktop Memory (GSB416GB3000C16ADC) for $74.99. Shipping is free. Thanks sr71
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i3 8100 build msi mortar z370, 16gb lpx ddr4 3000 c15 ram, 512gb Samsung Evo nvme and Asrock RX 570 8gb came out to apprx $500 for my build. and in my view a pretty decent value. Of course most parts secured on Slickdeals here.
Did you get the rebate for your refurbished MB if I remember correctly? I did get the rebate from MSI for the Amazon purchase because they had not put any vendor name on the rebate form.

Anyway, the above build where I used 8GB Ballistix tactical 3000 c15, i3 8100 cpu and the z370m mortar deals with rest of the parts from my parts bin came to less than $250.

Running MacOS Mojave on it. Geekbench score 5024 Single core 15503 Multi-core.

For comparison, the similar configuration, the new 2018 $800 Mac Mini with i3 8100B, 8GB memory, 128gb SSD scores are 4685 Single core, 13981 Multi core. Smilie

I will replace the i3 with an i5 or i7 when a good deal comes around.
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Did you get the rebate for your refurbished MB if I remember correctly? I did get the rebate from MSI for the Amazon purchase because they had not put any vendor name on the rebate form.

Anyway, the above build where I used 8GB Ballistix tactical 3000 c15, i3 8100 cpu and the z370m mortar deals with rest of the parts from my parts bin came to less than $250.

Running MacOS Mojave on it. Geekbench score 5024 Single core 15503 Multi-core.

For comparison, the similar configuration, the new 2018 $800 Mac Mini with i3 8100B, 8GB memory, 128gb SSD scores are 4685 Single core, 13981 Multi core. https://static.slickdealscdn.com/ima...lies/smile.gif

I will replace the i3 with an i5 or i7 when a good deal comes around.
You have a sharp memory, yes i did get the $20 which put the motherboard at $60 and proc using google checkout at $75. Asrock $20 rebate came as well so RX 570 8GB was at 130, most expensive was ram at $115 for Vengence LPX ddr4 3000 C15. Can you pm your hackintosh guide or steps, i lightly tried mohave a couple of months back but did not succeed, your guide can save a lot of time. Thanks
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You have a sharp memory, yes i did get the $20 which put the motherboard at $60 and proc using google checkout at $75. Asrock $20 rebate came as well so RX 570 8GB was at 130, most expensive was ram at $115 for Vengence LPX ddr4 3000 C15. Can you pm your hackintosh guide or steps, i lightly tried mohave a couple of months back but did not succeed, your guide can save a lot of time. Thanks
I just followed this

https://github.com/ArsnealX/Bootloader-Backup

and later some tweaks to display the right model and cpu etc. I can send you my clover config and EFI folder laterif you like.

The above should be enough to get it working. But the graphics card I have no idea. I am using iGPU.
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I don't mean to hijack this thread but how much $ do you need to build a decent computer that can play most of the newer games? I haven't built a computer since 5 years ago and I am a little out of loop with current systems. Thanks!
I build one recently for $600 and it punches way higher than its price range, definitely can run everything I throw at it no problem whatsoever, you can look at this app and r/buildapcsales on Reddit for good deals
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