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Tempting... overcloackable processor, AIO..

Anyone knows what brand they use for their parts? Mostly concerned with the PSU.
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Yeah... No. You can easily build a PC that is way better than this yourself for less. For example: https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/jx...ming-build [pcpartpicker.com]

This build is about the same price as this PC and has 5TB of storage including 1TB SSD and 32 GB of RAM instead of 16GB.
I'm looking for prebuits through Amazon or BestBuy because I can guarantee peace of mind. If it doesn't work I can have it picked up or bring it to geeksquad. I just don't have the time or patience to build a PC.
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Yeah... No. You can easily build a PC that is way better than this yourself for less. For example: https://pcpartpicker.com/guide/jx...ming-build

This build is about the same price as this PC and has 5TB of storage including 1TB SSD and 32 GB of RAM instead of 16GB.
You might want to check the actual prices of the components. The build lists Samsung 970 Evo 1 TB M.2-2280 NVME Solid State Drive @ $6.25 when in reality it is $149.99 when you click the "Buy" button.
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Best Black Friday deal I've seen so far for a pre built i7-9700k and RTX 2080 Super configuration. Joined Best Buy's rewards program and saved an additional 10%, so it came out to $1350 plus taxes. No restocking fee if returned, in case something better pops up between now and Cyber Monday.
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Best Black Friday deal I've seen so far for a pre built i7-9700k and RTX 2080 Super configuration. Joined Best Buy's rewards program and saved an additional 10%, so it came out to $1350 plus taxes. No restocking fee if returned, in case something better pops up between now and Cyber Monday.
i got in on this one last night which depending on your opinion i think was slightly slicker. https://slickdeals.net/f/13637194-alienware-aurora-r8-gaming-desktop-intel-i7-9700k-nvidia-rtx-2080-super-1t-ssd-16gb-ram-1550-465-in-points?v=1
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i got in on this one last night which depending on your opinion i think was slightly slicker. https://slickdeals.net/f/13637194-alienware-aurora-r8-gaming-desktop-intel-i7-9700k-nvidia-rtx-2080-super-1t-ssd-16gb-ram-1550-465-in-points?v=1
That deal was quite a bit better for most.
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I'm looking for prebuits through Amazon or BestBuy because I can guarantee peace of mind. If it doesn't work I can have it picked up or bring it to geeksquad. I just don't have the time or patience to build a PC.
I understand peace of mind, nothing wrong with buying prebuilds. But please please please NEVER take your PC to geeksquad. At that point you might as well just build it yourself. Blindfolded. In a land mine field. And still have better odds of survival.
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But please please please NEVER take your PC to geeksquad. At that point you might as well just build it yourself. Blindfolded. In a land mine field. And still have better odds of survival.
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Best Black Friday deal I've seen so far for a pre built i7-9700k and RTX 2080 Super configuration. Joined Best Buy's rewards program and saved an additional 10%, so it came out to $1350 plus taxes. No restocking fee if returned, in case something better pops up between now and Cyber Monday.
by rewards program do you mean the credit card? thinking of picking this up too if i know how to get it down to 1350 haha
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by rewards program do you mean the credit card? thinking of picking this up too if i know how to get it down to 1350 haha
You get the BB CC and they offer 10% on first purchase.
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You get the BB CC and they offer 10% on first purchase.
ah, cool - got it. wasn't sure if i was overlooking something bc rewards program sounds like it could be something else and didnt want to sign up for a credit card if i didnt have to
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ah, cool - got it. wasn't sure if i was overlooking something bc rewards program sounds like it could be something else and didnt want to sign up for a credit card if i didnt have to
BB CC is good but worst part is 10% only on first purchase. People assume 10% each time .. so just FYI.

Plus BB CC has no good perks like Amazon CC which is through chase.
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once you build a pc, a prebuilt just feels like settling. would never buy this motherboard or cpu cooler or ram or this version of the gpu or a 1tb mechanical drive. can't bite on this even at this price.
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