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CLX SET INTEL CORE I9 9900KF, 16GB 3000MHz, RTX 2080 SUPER, 1 TB SSD NVME, GENIUNE WINDOWS 10 HOME $1799

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Cybertron PC offers CLX Set for $1,799.

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  • CLX Set Phanteks Eclipse P400S ATX Mid Tower Chassis
  • Intel Core i9 9900KF 3.8GHz 8 Core / 16 threads Processor
  • NVIDIA RTX 2080 Super 8GB GDDR6 Video Card
  • Asetek 240mm CPU Liquid Cooler
  • Z390 Chipset ATX Motherboard
  • 16GB (2x 8GB) XPG Spectrix DDR4 3000 MHz RGB
  • 1TB XPG GAMMIX XPG S5 M.2 NVME SSD
  • 750 Watt 80+ Gold Power Supply
  • Genuine MS Windows 10 Home 64 Bit
  • Fully Customizable
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i9 9900KF is an 8 Core 16 Thread processor that runs at 3.6 Ghz with a 5.0 Ghz boost, info in specs is wrong.
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you missing the most important bit.....the gpu
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so is this a good deal or not?
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so is this a good deal or not?
Good deal is relative. If you look at the build itself, the motherboard and psu that they have selected are not the best (they are using their OWN psu so i don't know how good that is and they are using the basic asrock motherboard). the Processor is fine, the GPU is fine. The ram is only 8GB at 3000 rather than 3200 (not a big deal here). Personally, I would build my own and pay $300 more for better motherboard, PSU, and ram.
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