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Skytech Oracle Desktop: Ryzen 5-2600, 8GB DDR4, 500GB SSD, GTX 1660 EXPIRED

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Skytech Gaming via Google Shopping has Skytech Oracle Desktop for $680 - $81.60 w/ promo code 19CYBER12 = $598.40. Shipping is free. Thanks lakevin626

Specs:
  • AMD Ryzen 5 2600 3.4GHz Processor
  • 8GB DDR4 3000MHz Memory
  • Nvidia GTX 1660 GDDR5 Graphics Card
  • 500GB Solid State Drive
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • 500W 80+ Power Supply
  • Wraith Stealth Cooler + 3x Skytech Blue LED Fans
  • ASRock A320M Motherboard
  • Cooler Master Masterbox Q300L Case
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
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Skytech Gaming via Google Shopping has Skytech Oracle Gaming Desktop on sale for $598.40 when you apply promo code 19CYBER12 at checkout. It appears Skytech is also running multiple BF deals on laptop, components, and prebuilt via their website countdown through Google. I see there are deals across all Ryzen and Nvidia in upcoming days if those want to wait.

Skytech Oracle [google.com]

Spec:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 5 2600
Graphic: Nvidia GTX 1660 6G
SSD: 500G SSD
Memory: 8GB DDR4 3000
Motherboard: A320M
PSU: 500 W 80 Plus
Wifi: 802.11 AC
Case: Cooler Master Q300L White
OS: Windows 10 Home
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You can't build this for $600.
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For gaming, this is a better deal. Even if the HP has a slightly better graphics card.

Computers built by system assemblers generally use standard, off the shelf parts that are easily replaced with upgrades when the time comes. Note that this one even names the motherboard by model, so you know exactly what you get.

OEM systems, like HP, Dell, Lenovo, Acer and similar will often have non-standard motherboards and power supplies. The OEM motherboards often perform worse and are locked down against the kind of tweaking like overclooking and under or over volting. Also, the power supply connectors are usually proprietary so replacing either the motherboard or the power supply is far more difficult.

OEMs are generally concerned about making a "good enough" model that they can sell in the thousands and offer corporate clients the sort of uniformity across a purchase period or fiscal year that simplifies the task of supporting them.

System builders will change what is included rapidly in order to stay competitive and relevant when compared to home builders and other assemblers.

For a general purpose PC, an OEM is a good choice, but for the best value in home use, especially gaming, you want a "System Assembler" or home built.

This is a great value for entry level gaming in today's market, and one I would choose if buying today.
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About the same, it solely depend on what you planning to use for. Cyber has 3600 1 generation better cpu than 2600, but GPU is RX580 8GB vs Nvidia 1660. So Cyber wins in CPU but looses in GPU. As for other parts, I think Cyber has slightly better combination at 240G SSD +2TB vs 500G SSD. If I will have to pick, I will pick Cyber, but Skytech deal is not bad too consider GTX 1660 performs better in gaming than RX 580. Not to mention BB will have tax but Skytech may not have tax in certain States through Google. Regardless, it seems BB deal already ended, so if you miss it, this is probably a good choice within the $600 range gaming entry level PC.
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Seems solid
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Does anyone know if an RTX 2080 non super, non ti, can be installed in this pc?
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Does anyone know if an RTX 2080 non super, non ti, can be installed in this pc?
See on 2080 gpu spec stuff if it needs more than 500w psu. I believe you might need to upgrade the psu on this for a 2080.
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See on 2080 gpu spec stuff if it needs more than 500w psu. I believe you might need to upgrade the psu on this for a 2080.
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Does anyone know if an RTX 2080 non super, non ti, can be installed in this pc?
Nvidia recommends a 650W power supply at minimum for the RTX 2080, so you would have to upgrade the included 500W power supply.
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Throw another 8GBs of RAM in because most games will need that now days. Otherwise I would definitely recommend this build if this is in your budget.
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For idiots who cant build
You can't build this for $600.
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How does this compare to the $600 Cyberpower deal ? For mild gaming.
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About the same, it solely depend on what you planning to use for. Cyber has 3600 1 generation better cpu than 2600, but GPU is RX580 8GB vs Nvidia 1660. So Cyber wins in CPU but looses in GPU. As for other parts, I think Cyber has slightly better combination at 240G SSD +2TB vs 500G SSD. If I will have to pick, I will pick Cyber, but Skytech deal is not bad too consider GTX 1660 performs better in gaming than RX 580. Not to mention BB will have tax but Skytech may not have tax in certain States through Google. Regardless, it seems BB deal already ended, so if you miss it, this is probably a good choice within the $600 range gaming entry level PC.
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You can't build this for $600.
Also, does Google Shopping still have that deal where if you order via a new account, you get an extra $20 off? So if you make a new Google account, could you get this for $580?
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Also, does Google Shopping still have that deal where if you order via a new account, you get an extra $20 off? So if you make a new Google account, could you get this for $580?
You can try it, I highly doubt it. If yes, that will be sick...
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Can you provide links to comparable components for this price or less? Please share.
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Can you run Call of Duty and Battlefield in this?
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