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HP Omen Obelisk Desktop - Intel 9700K Nvidia rtx 2080 TI 1TB HDD 8GB RAM, $1234 YMMV CHASE

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Hp Omen Obelisk Desktop - Intel 9700k Nvidia rtx 2080 ti 1TB HDD 8GB Ram $1520 >Now Showing $1547.99 after Coupon


https://store.hp.com/us/en/pdp/om...sk-desktop
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Configure this with 9700K (w/t water cooling), 1TB Hard Drive, 2080TI and default everything else.

Chase Cashback brings this to $1334 (20% maxed out at $186)
YMMV on this stacking with Samsung Pay(10% maxed out at $100) to bring this to $1234

Good RAM and 500GB SSD can be had for $100 bringing this to $1334 before tax for a very able machine.

Configuring this with a RTX 2080 Super subtracts $250 and brings the total down to $1000 ($1100 with RAM and SSD)

There are enormous complaints about this case in fairness.

YMMV on whether HP coupon will stack with Samsung pay, but in the past coupons have stacked with Samsung pay.

Store: HP

Link to Chase Offers HP: https://slickdeals.net/f/13547068-chase-offer-for-ink-business-cc-20-back-on-hp-20-back-on-samsung-25-back-on-microsoft?v=1&src=SiteSearch

EDIT: Samsung pay has fallen below 10%. There are other Cashback sites available that are 20%. Samsung pay is not necessary

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It's not giving me the option to add a 2080ti. Letting me select 2070 max.
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It's not giving me the option to add a 2080ti. Letting me select 2070 max.
I think you might of been on the wrong SKU. I fixed the link in the OP. Try again!
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I think you might of been on the wrong SKU. I fixed the link in the OP. Try again!
That one works thanks!
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Original post had $1200, but I needed to bump that up to $1234 because Samsung Pay maxes out at $100.
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Original post had $1200, but I needed to bump that up to $1234 because Samsung Pay maxes out at $100.
Why not go down to 2080 Super? Or is the 2080TI for $250 more worth that much? You're already maxing out your discount at $1,295.99 AC and still qualifying for the 10% off coupon.
That would drop you down to $1009.99 after Chase and Samsung Pay.


Oh, also, don't default everything. They're tossing in free Optane memory but you have to checkbox it to get it.
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For 200 more the 2080ti is worth it. That card alone usually go for around 1K or more.
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These prebuilts have my wallet doing the thanos snap
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I get The coupon code you have entered is not applicable for products in the cart


edit: I changed to chrome and the coupon applied but it only took it down to 1700. Anyone else having the same issue?

Nermind. OP had 9700 I pick 9900
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How does the Samsung Pay discount thing work if anyone has steps on what to do?

Not sure if worth it, you're essentially paying $1200+ for a 2080ti. Case is garbage along with the motherboard. If you go with the regular HD and 8gb memory you will need to upgrade those as well and buy a SSD. Once you buy SSD you would have to clone the hard drive and move it to the SSD and hope no issues happen.
I'm not sure how the Samsung Pay thing works (don't have a Samsung phone to do it), but the Frugal place with the Be also gives 11% back on the first $250 and 8% after that, which is about $130ish.

As for the deal, it is pretty good considering most 2080 TI's go for $1000+, the 9700k is $350, it has a 750w platinum psu, which would be about $100, and all the other parts that would be another $200ish. There is at least $1600 in value here for about $1200, so I would say it is pretty decent.
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How does the Samsung Pay discount thing work if anyone has steps on what to do?

Not sure if worth it, you're essentially paying $1200+ for a 2080ti. Case is garbage along with the motherboard. If you go with the regular HD and 8gb memory you will need to upgrade those as well and buy a SSD. Once you buy SSD you would have to clone the hard drive and move it to the SSD and hope no issues happen.
Everyone: *Sees a complete PC w/ 2080ti & 9700 for $1200.*

Steelers1986: "You're essentially paying $1200 for a 2080ti."
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This is an absolute steal of a deal even with HP parts. Building this alone would cost at least $1650. Just a caveat though that the 2080 Ti is blower style and the cooler is intel stock I believe

You can also google "HP rebate $250" for an incremental $100-$250 in rebates. I bought a high end Omen laptop for 40% off this way
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This is an absolute steal of a deal even with HP parts. Building this alone would cost at least $1650. Just a caveat though that the 2080 Ti is blower style and the cooler is intel stock I believe

You can also google "HP rebate $250" for an incremental $100-$250 in rebates. I bought a high end Omen laptop for 40% off this way
Wonder if the 2080ti is reference so I could put it in my closed loop.
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