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OVERPOWERED DTW3 Desktop: i7-8700, 32GB RAM, 512GB SSD, GTX 1080 Ti 11GB

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Walmart.com has OVERPOWERED DTW3 Gaming Desktop on sale for $999. Shipping is free. Thanks zheka160

Specifications:
  • Tempered Glass ATX Computer Case
  • Intel i7-8700 3.2Ghz 6-Core 12-Thread Processor
  • 32GB (2x16GB) DDR4 2400Mhz Memory
  • 512GB Solid State Drive + 2TB Hard Drive
  • Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080 Ti 11GB GDDR6 Graphics Card
  • 650-Watt Power Supply
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Ports:
    • Top:
      • 1x Mic input
      • 1x Headphone
      • 2x USB 3.0
      • 1x USB 2.0
    • Rear:
      • 1x PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard
      • 2x DVI Port
      • 1x VGA Port
      • 2x HDMI Port
      • 4x Display Port
      • 1x USB-C
      • 2x USB 2.0
      • 3x USB 3.1
      • 1x Ethernet Port
      • 1x Audio Jack x6
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The OVERPOWERED Gaming Desktop DTW3 towers over the rest. Fueled by the processing speed of an Intel i7 processor like its siblings, it brings even more firepower with the Nvidia GeForce GTX 1080TI graphics, the most potent GPU we offer. An explosive 32GB of memory and a 2TB HDD / 512GB SSD combination rounds out the specs for this dynamic gaming machine.
  • Processor Intel i7-8700 CPU 3.2Ghz
  • Graphics NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080TI GPU with 11GB VRAM
  • Memory 32GB RAM 2400 Mhz [2 16gb modules]
  • 512GB SSD 2TB HDD
  • Windows 10
  • VR Ready
  • Ports on Top: 1x Mic input, 1x Headphone, 2x USB 3.0, 1x USB 2.0
  • Motherboard Ports: 1x PS/2 Mouse/Keyboard, 1x DVI Port, 1x VGA Port, 1x HDMI Port, 1x Display Port, 1x USB-C, 2x USB 2.0, 3x USB 3.1, 1x Ethernet Port, 1x Audio Jack x6
  • Graphics Card Ports: 1x HDMI Port, 3x Display Port, 1x DVI port
  • 2 Year Warranty


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Last Edited by zheka160 October 9, 2019 at 09:19 AM
The specs are according to a reviewer on Tom's Hardware [tomshardware.com]

Processor Intel Core i7-8700
Motherboard Gigabyte H370M DS3H ATX
Memory 32GB DDR4 2400MHz (2x 16GB)
Graphics Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Gaming OC 11G
Storage Toshiba DT01ACA200 2TB 7,200 RPM, 3.5-inch
ADATA ISSS316 512GB SATA SSD
Optical Drive ✗
Networking Ethernet port
Ports Front: (2) USB 3.0, (1) USB 2.0, headphone, microphone, LED button, power button
Rear: PS/2, (2) USB 2.0, DVI, VGA, HDMI, DisplayPort, USB Type-C, (3) USB 3.1, Ethernet, audio ports
Video Output HDMI, DisplayPort, DVI, VGA
Power Supply Great Wall GW-ATX650BL 650W
Case Tempered-glass
Cooling 4x Case fans
1x CPU fan
Operating System Windows 10 Home
Extras RGB remote, LED controller
Dimensions 18 x 16.2 x 7 inches (457.2 x 411.5 x 177.8 mm)

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This looks like a hella good deal. If I was in the market for a new desktop, I'd snag this puppy nod
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Tread carefully. The reason these Walmart desktops are so cheap is because they skimp on everything but the CPU and GPU. At the very least, budget an extra $100 for a decent power supply.
The PSU was found to be made by a well known reliable OEM supplier.
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Thought on this with new graphics http://www.walmart.com/ip/2070-NV.../431959831
Way worse. Yes, the card is newer, but the 1080 Ti still beats it in raw FPS, and every other spec is lower. Until RTX really matters you are better off with the TI
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One biggie is you can replace the individual components, PSU, Mobo ect on this. Where as the Dell, good luck.
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The laptops were a fan favorite. Their desktops not so much.
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I bought the DTW1 for 699 a couple of months ago. This thing is a beast. All you need to do is buy some spacers to get better airflow in the front of the case. Temps are now around 20C. You really can't beat this for the price. Walmart also gives you a 2 year warranty for peace of mind.

Make sure you change the boot drive to the SSD before you start it up.
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I'm trying price the components and it comes out to much more than this. Ok, even if say everything is unplugged and unseated because of lazy workers, can't you just open it up and reseat everything? Take literally maybe 10 minutes at best. I would understand if you're buying this for your grandma, then you want everything to work out of the box. But who's buying a 1080Ti for their grandma?
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For 1K you could build a decent system they can be easily upgraded in the future.

Not saying it's a better option, but for many gamers, building is the preferred option.
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I dont know anything about computers but my understanding is this has an i7, a very good graphics card, and 32 gb ram isnt this a great price for all of this?
Yes its a great price. Only question is the quality of the individual pieces. I wouldn't hesitate to buy it and take some measurements once I got it and get a better power supply. Cheap Mobo and RAM are not that big of a deal when you're trying to eek out performance per dollar. I normally don't like extended warranty services but I would probably add it on if it didn't go over my budget to give me some peace of mind, then replace power supply after warranty ends or sooner if you see a good deal.
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At this price point, you cannot beat this build.

All the components work and is NEW WITH A WARRANTY FOR 2 YEARS. You absolutely cannot build this for cheaper (in fact, it'll be hundreds more).

I have the DTW1 version too that I bought for 699. For the price and the components, there is nothing comparable. Yes, you do need spacers for air flow in the front of the case. Yes, you need to change the boot order of the drives in the BIOS to get Windows to start up. Once everything is set up though, the machine flies.
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I have the 17" overpowered laptop and love that thing. If you can tinker and know a little bit about putting a computer together this is a great buy imo.
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Tread carefully. The reason these Walmart desktops are so cheap is because they skimp on everything but the CPU and GPU. At the very least, budget an extra $100 for a decent power supply.
I bought an OVERPOWERED desktop with an i7 8700 + GTX 1060 last November. It didn't have any of the issues that most claimed. The cables were managed. There was no hot glue on mine. I was expected some no name 500W power supply, but mine came with 600W Thermaltake power supply! I don't know, maybe someone from OVERPOWERED has taken notice to the reviews.

PS. I also don't understand all the people who are complaining about "cheap" motherboard and RAM. Why would they spend more for Samsung B die and high end board for a CPU not made for overclocking? Anyways, my desktop came with a Gigabyte board that worked fine for it's setup. I got 2400mhz that ran at 2666mhz when I turned on XMP.

The desktop I got exceeded my expectations and I gave OVERPOWERED an positive review.
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