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PowerSpec G706 Gaming Desktop - Ryzen 7 3700X - RTX 2070 - 16 GB RAM - x570 $1299.99

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  • AMD Ryzen 7 3700X Processor 3.6GHz
  • NVIDIA RTX 2070 Super 8GB GDDR6
  • 16GB DDR4-3200 RAM
  • 1TB NVMe SSD
  • Microsoft Windows 10 Pro
Reviews indicate Motherboard: ASRock x570 Pro4. Could this be a good deal?

The PowerSpec G706 desktop computer is a powerful gaming machine featuring the AMD Ryzen 7 3700X unlocked processor, an ASRock X570M Pro 4 system board powered by a 750W PSU, 16GB DDR4 3200 RAM, a 1TB SSD, and a RTX 2070 Super 8GB discrete video card to provide an incredible experience playing the most demanding games in the market today!

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I wonder how much these components would cost if I bought everything separately and built it myself?
There is a website for that.
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There is a website for that.
I had no idea. Why can't I just express my random ideas in hopes somebody will do the work for me?
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I had no idea. Why can't I just express my random ideas in hopes somebody will do the work for me?
I know, I know. There are those good souls out there that like to do good deeds. Too bad I'm not one of them. On the other hand, Newegg has similar PC but with ryzen 3600 for 999. I think that's a better deal
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I know, I know. There are those good souls out there that like to do good deeds. Too bad I'm not one of them. On the other hand, Newegg has similar PC but with ryzen 3600 for 999. I think that's a better deal
I would down vote myself if it was allowed.
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I know, I know. There are those good souls out there that like to do good deeds. Too bad I'm not one of them. On the other hand, Newegg has similar PC but with ryzen 3600 for 999. I think that's a better deal
Power spec is Microcenter's house brand and tends to use good, name brand components. So you can expect a normal case, good power supply, etc.
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I wonder how much these components would cost if I bought everything separately and built it myself?
No sure about details of the spec, but I did one based on the information provided
Here is the link: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yqfTCL the price is $1475.99 with Windows 10 Pro of $145
I think the case is Antec P7 Window,
the cooler is an Cooler Master 240mm Liquid (or 280, not sure),
750W power supply,
didn't see PCI-E 4.0, so it should be a B450

Please correct me if any mistake noticed.​
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I wonder how much these components would cost if I bought everything separately and built it myself?
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Edit: looking back at it, you might actually save some buying this bundle. The biggest cost here being the $500 video card, $300 gfx card and $200 mobo. Thats $1000 so factor in the rest you're looking at $1400 probably, that's retail though and you may be able to find deals on separate components.
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No sure about details of the spec, but I did one based on the information provided
Here is the link: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yqfTCL the price is $1475.99 with Windows 10 Pro of $145
I think the case is Antec P7 Window,
the cooler is an Cooler Master 240mm Liquid (or 280, not sure),
750W power supply,
didn't see PCI-E 4.0, so it should be a B450

Please correct me if any mistake noticed.​
Yeah this deal isn't actually bad
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No sure about details of the spec, but I did one based on the information provided
Here is the link: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/yqfTCL the price is $1475.99 with Windows 10 Pro of $145
I think the case is Antec P7 Window,
the cooler is an Cooler Master 240mm Liquid (or 280, not sure),
750W power supply,
didn't see PCI-E 4.0, so it should be a B450

Please correct me if any mistake noticed.​
It's actually an x570: ASRock X570M Pro 4. It says right there on the product page.
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I had posted this on r/buildapcsales yesterday and someone did build one on partpicker similar to the config for this PC:

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/mV4L27

The only missing piece is the Windows license.

However, I did talk to MC and they said the RAM in this is Goldkey(?) and has an Intel SSD. Still thinking that I may be better off building it.
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no Monitor. any deal for this? Please?
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I had posted this on r/buildapcsales yesterday and someone did build one on partpicker similar to the config for this PC:

https://pcpartpicker.com/list/mV4L27

The only missing piece is the Windows license.

However, I did talk to MC and they said the RAM in this is Goldkey(?) and has an Intel SSD. Still thinking that I may be better off building it.
You are also missing a keyboard and mouse unless you already have one.
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