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Microsoft change the product description this is no longer a 2080. Product change to 2070.

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I like this build but think its a bit over priced. Perhaps a good value at $1299 or $1349

Wait for Ryzen to land next month and I bet we will start seeing alot of deals on 8700k and 9700k desktops.
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I like this build but think its a bit over priced. Perhaps a good value at $1299 or $1349

Wait for Ryzen to land next month and I bet we will start seeing alot of deals on 8700k and 9700k desktops.
This is an example of Ryzens pending release. It's already happening.. but you're right, there will be more deals on the way.
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>Seems like a pretty decent deal, especially for people that have MS gift cards stacked up.
If I remember correctly there's a limit of $1000 you can have at any given time in your MS account so no, I don't think this is a good deal for people who have MS gift cards stacked up. Or did they change that recently? (I tried to google that and the only thing I found is the old rules saying that you can only have up to $1000 in gift cards at a time.)
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I bough it - looks right - waiting a month to save a potential 100 or two not worth it to me. I think those deals sometimes come sometimes don't.
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Out of stock now. It's a fair price for the computer. A similar build on pcpartpicker is about $1600 without Windows.
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Tech specs

Processor: Intel Core i7-9700K 3.6 GHz with Turbo Boost Technology up to 4.70 GHz

Memory: 16GB DDR4 2400 MHzHard drive size480GB SSD + 2TB SATA HDD

Operating system: Windows 10, 64-bitPC

optical drive: None

Media drive: None

Audio: Integrated

Video: VR-ready NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 with 8GB dedicated graphics memory

Ports: 2 DisplayPort • 6 USB 3.1 • 2 USB 2.0 • HDMI • LAN (10/100/1000) • Headphone output/microphone input combo jack

Wireless:802.11ac

Bluetooth: No

Dimensions:18.80 x 19.60 x 8.40 in (477.52 x 497.84 x 213.36 mm)

Weight: 32.00 lbs (14.51 kg)

Color: White

Model number: SLC3400MST

• Includes RGB gaming keyboard and gaming mouse • Liquid cooling • Custom RGB case lighting
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Shocking no Bluetooth or usb-c
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Shocking no Bluetooth or usb-c
It's a pretty gimmicky build overall at the price. I can't see anyone here actually buying it. Anyone here ACTUALLY buy it or do we just up vote every thing posted as a sale?

This is the type of stuff parents buy their kids because their kids see it spammed on Youtube advertisements while they watch their Fortnite videos. The children would learn more from simply building a computer from scratch. There are so many resources online and it's literally plug and play these days.
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Wouldn't be the first time I was wrong about people not buying things.
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It's a pretty gimmicky build overall at the price. I can't see anyone here actually buying it. Anyone here ACTUALLY buy it or do we just up vote every thing posted as a sale?

This is the type of stuff parents buy their kids because their kids see it spammed on Youtube advertisements while they watch their Fortnite videos. The children would learn more from simply building a computer from scratch. There are so many resources online and it's literally plug and play these days.
I bought it. I don't want to build one from scratch. Seems like a decent machine. Maybe too expensive by a couple hundred but also not bad.
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I bought it. I don't want to build one from scratch. Seems like a decent machine. Maybe too expensive by a couple hundred but also not bad.
Thank you. My only suggestion for future thought is that this technology loses its value extremely fast. Buying packages deals like this really makes that apparent. Building your own would save you money and let you know how to replace and fix things when stuff goes wrong. You aren't going to want to ship this crap back and forth each time you have an issue, and you will have an issue. Being able to understand the parts, their usage and replacement steps is crucial. Keyboard and mouse are also very personal items. Using pre-defined systems like this means either replacing or using stuff you may not be as comfortable with.

I hope the system works out for you and you have a blast! I don't personally PC game right now due to injuries but I work in IT and build/maintain mainframe datacenters. There are tons of people out there who are always looking to help people learn this stuff too. It's a life skill that can easily translate into a new passion.

Just food for thought!
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Thank you. My only suggestion for future thought is that this technology loses its value extremely fast. Buying packages deals like this really makes that apparent. Building your own would save you money and let you know how to replace and fix things when stuff goes wrong. You aren't going to want to ship this crap back and forth each time you have an issue, and you will have an issue. Being able to understand the parts, their usage and replacement steps is crucial. Keyboard and mouse are also very personal items. Using pre-defined systems like this means either replacing or using stuff you may not be as comfortable with.

I hope the system works out for you and you have a blast! I don't personally PC game right now due to injuries but I work in IT and build/maintain mainframe datacenters. There are tons of people out there who are always looking to help people learn this stuff too. It's a life skill that can easily translate into a new passion.

Just food for thought!
I also bought one but I had a spend 1000 at Microsoftstore save 250 from AMEX. I debated and went with first rule of deals. The first rule is buy and ask question later.

Also there is only 1 year warranty on this PC, I chatted with Microsoft..
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