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SkyTech Blaze II Desktop: Ryzen 7 2700X, 16GB DDR4, 500GB SSD, RTX 2060 Super EXPIRED

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Skytech via Google Shopping has SkyTech Blaze II Gaming Desktop (ST-BLAZE-II-2700X-2060SUPER) for 964 - $115.68 w/ promo code 19BF12 = $848.32. Shipping is free. Thanks DealSan

Specs:
  • Skytech Blaze II Tempered Glass Case
  • AMD Ryzen 2700X 3.7 GHz 8-Core Processor
  • B450M Motherboard
  • 16GB DDR4 3000MHz Memory
  • 500GB Solid State Drive
  • Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 Super 8GB GDDR6 Graphics
  • 550W 80+ Bronze Power Supply
  • 802.11AC WiFi
  • Windows 10 Home 64-bit
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Skytech Gaming via Google Shopping [google.com] has Skytech Blaze II Gaming PC Desktop - AMD Ryzen 7 2700X, NVIDIA RTX 2060 Super 8GB, 16GB DDR4 (2x 8GB), 500GB SSD, B450M Motherboard, 550 Watt 80 Plus on sale for $848.32 when you apply promo code 19BF12 at checkout. Shipping is free.

$964.00 - $115.68 with code 19BF12 = $848.32

Specs:

CPU: AMD Ryzen 7 2700X 8-Core 3.7 GHz (4.3 GHz Max Boost)
Case: Skytech Blaze II Tempered Glass Case
CPU Cooler: Wraith Stealth Cooler
Fans: 3x Skytech ARGB, Dual Ring Fans
Motherboard: B450M
RAM: 16GB DDR4 (2x 8GB) 3000 MHz
Graphics: Nvidia RTX 2060 Super 8GB GDDR6
Primary Hard Drive: 500GB SSD
Power Supply: 550 Watt 80 Plus Bronze
Networking: 802.11 ac
Operating System: Windows 10 Home, 64-bit

Detail specs:
https://skytechgaming.com/product...-16gb-ram/
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Probably the best built system for price I have seen. Can't vouch for quality of components, but it's pretty near cost for all these parts by any calculation I could figure.

Ryzen 7 2700x: $159
B450M Motherboard: $60
16GB RAM: $60
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super 8GB : $400
550 Bronze PSU: $50
500GB SSD: $50
$779 in parts at BF prices
That doesn't include legit Windows 10, fans or case.
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This would basically cost you about $800 to build with black friday pricing and no windows license. This is a fantastic deal
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Damn already ordered the 2600 for 800...
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Looking for a little advice. I haven't built a computer in over 15 years and don't think I'm up for it anymore. I don't play games but I want to be able to run 3 different browsers with 20 to 30 tabs open on each, plus multiple excel, ppt, word, & one note documents open. This would seem easy but my Lenovo 920 with i7, 16GB ram, & 512GB SSD bogs down sometimes. I do have it connected through USB-c to a 38" LG 1600p. I would like a new desktop to handle all of this without bogging down while connected to one or even two monitors in the future. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated and repped. Thanks in advance!
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Even with tax it's a pretty good deal if you don't care about the MB,Ram,PSU, and Graphics card manufacturers.
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Probably the best built system for price I have seen. Can't vouch for quality of components, but it's pretty near cost for all these parts by any calculation I could figure.

Ryzen 7 2700x: $159
B450M Motherboard: $60
16GB RAM: $60
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super 8GB : $400
550 Bronze PSU: $50
500GB SSD: $50
$779 in parts at BF prices
That doesn't include legit Windows 10, fans or case.
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They are screwing people over with the cooler. They are swapping out Wraith Prism cooler that you get in the box with 2700x with cheap Wraith Stealth cooler. If you buy this PC then you'll most likely replace this cooler cause the CPU would get too hot.
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How does this compare to the other sky tech PC?


https://www.google.com/shopping/p...t=13713149

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Probably the best built system for price I have seen. Can't vouch for quality of components, but it's pretty near cost for all these parts by any calculation I could figure.

Ryzen 7 2700x: $159
B450M Motherboard: $60
16GB RAM: $60
Nvidia RTX 2060 Super 8GB : $400
550 Bronze PSU: $50
500GB SSD: $50
$779 in parts at BF prices
That doesn't include legit Windows 10, fans or case.
Yeah I came to the same conclusion, it's hard to find any fault with this build at this price.

The plus side with these builds from boutique companies is you know your getting standard parts, for instance the pictures show team group ram and an ASRock board, as opposed to non-standard OEM parts if you buy an HP Omen, Acer Nitro, or similar systems to those
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Skytech Gaming guarantees that the PC will be free of any defect in material or workmanship for a period of one year for labor and one year for parts from the date of the original purchase. Skytech Gaming has the sole discretion in determining whether a PC is covered under the warranty for labor and/or warranty for parts. Should the PC prove defective by reason of improper workmanship or material as reasonably determined by Skytech Gaming, Skytech Gaming agrees, at its option, to either repair or replace the PC free of charge, excluding any shipping or handling charges. Skytech Gaming is not responsible for any software or data installed on the PC that was not originally supplied by Skytech Gaming. This warranty does not cover software, external devices, accessories or other parts added to a system after the system is shipped from Skytech Gaming, or accessories or parts that are not installed in the Skytech Gaming factory. Monitors, keyboards, and mice that are included with the PC are covered under this warranty; all other monitors, keyboards, and mice are not covered. Any part that is repaired or replaced under this warranty will, itself, be warranted only for the remainder of the warranty period of the original product being repaired or replaced.
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Looking for a little advice. I haven't built a computer in over 15 years and don't think I'm up for it anymore. I don't play games but I want to be able to run 3 different browsers with 20 to 30 tabs open on each, plus multiple excel, ppt, word, & one note documents open. This would seem easy but my Lenovo 920 with i7, 16GB ram, & 512GB SSD bogs down sometimes. I do have it connected through USB-c to a 38" LG 1600p. I would like a new desktop to handle all of this without bogging down while connected to one or even two monitors in the future. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated and repped. Thanks in advance!
I'd say buy a 32GB (16gb x 2) ddr4 laptop memory kit for $92.99 at newegg right now but I'm pretty sure the ram is soldered in your laptop and non-upgradable but I would assume it's mostly the ram that is holding you back in that scenario
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Can't use the code. It said: "You are eligible to redeem a promotional code if you have an active Google Shopping account"
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Looking for a little advice. I haven't built a computer in over 15 years and don't think I'm up for it anymore. I don't play games but I want to be able to run 3 different browsers with 20 to 30 tabs open on each, plus multiple excel, ppt, word, & one note documents open. This would seem easy but my Lenovo 920 with i7, 16GB ram, & 512GB SSD bogs down sometimes. I do have it connected through USB-c to a 38" LG 1600p. I would like a new desktop to handle all of this without bogging down while connected to one or even two monitors in the future. Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated and repped. Thanks in advance!
Try making your pagefile on the SSD larger to see if that helps.
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Can't use the code. It said: "You are eligible to redeem a promotional code if you have an active Google Shopping account"
I guess you need to create an account to see the code
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