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CLX Set Gaming Desktop: i9-9900K, 16GB DDR4, 480GB SSD + 2TB HDD, RTX 2080 EXPIRED

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Walmart has CLX Set Gaming Desktop (TGWSETRTH9400BM) for $1499.99. Shipping is free, otherwise select free store pickup where stock permits. Thanks PeterHerr

Note, availability for store pickup may vary by location.

Specs:
  • Intel i9-9900K 3.6GHz 8-Core Processor
  • 4x 120mm Fans w/ RGB Lights
  • Intel Z390 Motherboard
  • 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz Memory (128GB Max)
  • 480GB SSD + 2TB HDD
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 8GB GDDR6 Graphics Card
  • 650 Watt Bronze Power Supply
  • RGB Gaming Mouse & Keyboard
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • 4x USB 2.0
    • 2x USB 3.0
    • 4x USB 3.1
    • 3x DisplayPort 1.4
    • 1x HDMI
    • 1 USB Type-C
    • 1x Gigabit Ethernet
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Specs:
  • Processor: Intel Core i9-9900K 3.6GHz (8 Cores)
  • Chipset:Intel Z390 Chipset
  • Memory: Dual-Channel 16GB DDR4 3000MHz - 2 x 8GB DDR4 (128GB Max)
  • Hard Drives:2 TB HDD & 480 GB SSD
  • Video Graphics: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 8GB GDDR6
  • Power Supply: 650 Watt Bronze, RGB, Quiet Power Supply
  • Network Connectivity: 10/100/1000 Gigabit Ethernet Network Port
  • Chassis Fans: (4) 120mm Fans with RGB lights
  • Keyboard and Mouse: RGB Gaming Keyboard and Mouse
  • Open Expansion Slots: (3) 3.0 PCIe x1, (1) 3.0 PCI-E x16, (1) M.2
  • Ports: (4) USB 2.0, (2) USB 3.0, (4) USB 3.1
  • Video Connectivity: (3) DisplayPort 1.4, (1) HDMI 2.0b, (1) USB Type-C
  • Warranty: 1 Year Warranty on Parts, Lifetime Labor Warranty
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No one has mentioned the fact that it is a company who is doing all the work for you. It takes time to order, build setup just like any one of us. They have employees, insurance, brick/mortar, taxes, both state and federally, health insurance , utilities the list goes on and on. How could you expect a company to be profitable and stay in business if you're nickel and diming every item. They are entitled to turn a profit on their work. This build is a pretty good deal when you factor in all of their costs that are behind the scenes.

Not a rant, against anyone or anything. But you'd be remiss to neglect the facts I've listed above.
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I did rough math based on your list with my own price revisions and still only got down to about $1700. This is actually a rather slick deal!

GPU - $600
CPU - $400
Mobo - $100
RAM - $75
PSU - $60
HD - $60
SSD - $50
OS - $100
Fans - $40
Case - $40
Cpu cooler - $75
KB/Mouse - $50
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Did a good amount of digging to find the "exact" parts they used. Your turn to find cheaper ones(which is a much easier task) or better ones and decide if this is worth or not.
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This is a legit good deal. This is exactly what I would go for if I were in need of a new PC. The only thing I might replace is the PSU for 850w.
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HunterXYThis is a legit good deal. This is exactly what I would go for if I were in need of a new PC. The only thing I might replace is the PSU for 850w.
After much calculation, I actually bought this deal. If you guys want, I could give a wish list to the exact or similar parts they used for this build.
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After much calculation, I actually bought this deal. If you guys want, I could give a wish list to the exact or similar parts they used for this build.
Send that wish list for the parts, im trying to compare!
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https://secure.newegg.com/Wishlis...uX0gSco%3d
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That's quite an expensive 2Tb HD and RGB fan set
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That's quite an expensive 2Tb HD and RGB fan set
That's what they used man. Do the math, delete those out. See if it's worth it or not. They use Gamdias for lots of their parts such as cases, keyboard, mouse, etc... and adata.

Forgot to add in cooler as well. Will hunt for it in a bit

edit: Asetek 570LXA 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler
also found a cheapter toshiba 2tb will update wishlist
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That's what they used man. Do the math, delete those out. See if it's worth it or not. They use Gamdias for lots of their parts such as cases, keyboard, mouse, etc... and adata.

Forgot to add in cooler as well. Will hunt for it in a bit

Def understand, and agree this is a pretty good deal. But, the idea is also to find comparable, if not better parts. For example, $99 for a barely known power supply? I'm positive there are much better ones out there for cheaper. And, you don't need two licenses of Windows.
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Def understand, and agree this is a pretty good deal. But, the idea is also to find comparable, if not better parts. For example, $99 for a barely known power supply? I'm positive there are much better ones out there for cheaper. And, you don't need two licenses of Windows.
Did a good amount of digging to find the "exact" parts they used. Your turn to find cheaper ones(which is a much easier task) or better ones and decide if this is worth or not.
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Did a good amount of digging to find the "exact" parts they used. Your turn to find cheaper ones(which is a much easier task) or better ones and decide if this is worth or not.
I did rough math based on your list with my own price revisions and still only got down to about $1700. This is actually a rather slick deal!

GPU - $600
CPU - $400
Mobo - $100
RAM - $75
PSU - $60
HD - $60
SSD - $50
OS - $100
Fans - $40
Case - $40
Cpu cooler - $75
KB/Mouse - $50
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I did rough math based on your list with my own price revisions and still only got down to about $1700. This is actually a rather slick deal!

GPU - $600
CPU - $400
Mobo - $100
RAM - $75
PSU - $60
HD - $60
SSD - $50
OS - $100
Fans - $40
Case - $40
Cpu cooler - $75
KB/Mouse - $50
Original price from Walmart is such a ripoff. 2400 for this.
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After much calculation, I actually bought this deal. If you guys want, I could give a wish list to the exact or similar parts they used for this build.
I'd appreciate that!!
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$200 for Windows home? Uh..ok
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