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CyberPowerPC Desktop: Ryzen 7 3700X, 16GB DDR4, 240GB SSD + 1TB HDD, RX 580 EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has CyberPowerPC Gamer SLC9938W Desktop for $779. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 3.6GHz 8-Core Processor
  • 16GB DDR4 Memory
  • 240GB SSD + 1TB HDD
  • AMD Radeon RX 580 8GB GDDR5 Graphics
    • 6x USB 3.1
    • 2x USB 2.0
  • Liquid Cooling
  • USB Gaming Keyboard + Mouse
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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CyberPowerPC Gamer Supreme Liquid Cool SLC9938W Desktop: AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 8-Core, 16GB DDR4, 240GB SSD, 1TB HDD, Radeon RX 580 8GB, Win 10 $779
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Where I am you can only get $100 for a Rx 580 8gb in marketplace.
With ebay, you sell it for $120 and after fees and everything, you get less than $100. That is assuming everything go smoothly and your buyer does not give you any trouble.
So for a prebuilt, buy whatever configuration you want from the start and don't factor in swapping parts. Adding more is fine but swapping parts is just not worth it.
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This actually makes a great computer for people doing data analysis
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Yea strange , though like may be worth it if you feel like flipping the 580 and get a good black Friday deal on a 5700 or 2070
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A 3700X with a 580 is such a weird combination.
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Yea strange , though like may be worth it if you feel like flipping the 580 and get a good black Friday deal on a 5700 or 2070
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Yea strange , though like may be worth it if you feel like flipping the 580 and get a good black Friday deal on a 5700 or 2070
You gonna get like $120 back flipping it after fees and shipping. Def not worth the trouble.
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You gonna get like $120 back flipping it after fees and shipping. Def not worth the trouble.
Where I am you can only get $100 for a Rx 580 8gb in marketplace.
With ebay, you sell it for $120 and after fees and everything, you get less than $100. That is assuming everything go smoothly and your buyer does not give you any trouble.
So for a prebuilt, buy whatever configuration you want from the start and don't factor in swapping parts. Adding more is fine but swapping parts is just not worth it.
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I've been out of PC hardware for a while. Why is the 580 and 3700x a word combo?
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This actually makes a great computer for people doing data analysis
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I've been out of PC hardware for a while. Why is the 580 and 3700x a word combo?
Because it's $330 CPU with a $150 GPU. You kinda want that flip around for gaming.
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I've been out of PC hardware for a while. Why is the 580 and 3700x a word combo?
3700x is a mid/top of the line CPU that rivals the 9700k. Whereas the 580 is pretty low end/entry level for a graphics card. It would've made more sense if they made the build a 3600 paired with a 5700 instead, rather than overpowering to cpu and having the gpu be a huge bottleneck.
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Where I am you can only get $100 for a Rx 580 8gb in marketplace.
With ebay, you sell it for $120 and after fees and everything, you get less than $100. That is assuming everything go smoothly and your buyer does not give you any trouble.
So for a prebuilt, buy whatever configuration you want from the start and don't factor in swapping parts. Adding more is fine but swapping parts is just not worth it.
If you sell it as new other, you should get $140-150.
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This is really tempting, but not sure I would see much difference versus my Ryzen 1700 rig in day to day use. I do not game.
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I don't game, but video rendering is important for some of the work I do. I do webinars and screen share video within PowerPoint, and my i5-8250u is a bottleneck such the video is wonky. How would this build do for that?
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I Had bad luck CyberPower will never buy form them again.
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