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ABS Mage E Desktop: Ryzen 5 2600, 8GB DDR4, 512GB SSD, RX 5700, Win 10 $699.99 + Free Shipping @ Newegg

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wow good deals for per-build. The 5700 can bios mod close to stock 5700xt (3% different).
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https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1681...-_-Product

LOL that ain't a $300 case. Anyways, if you click on the link and look at specifications, it uses a b450 motherboard if anyone is curious. I think this is a good deal for anyone who does not know how to build.

$145 ryzen 2600
$70-100 MoBo (But I think they used a B450M board which is cheaper; based on consumer reviews)
$35-40 RAM
$50-60 SSD 512gb (cheaper brand? inland?)
$300-350 5700 GPU
$50-60 550w PSU (cheaper brand?)

$650-$755 without the case and OS yet. So for anyone who does not know how to build, I say this is still a good deal. Anyone else who can, they probably could get these parts at the $650 range, then get a case they want and windows OS online for cheap.
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https://www.newegg.com/p/N82E1681...-_-Product

LOL that ain't a $300 case. Anyways, if you click on the link and look at specifications, it uses a b450 motherboard if anyone is curious. I think this is a good deal for anyone who does not know how to build.

$145 ryzen 2600
$70-100 MoBo (But I think they used a B450M board which is cheaper; based on consumer reviews)
$35-40 RAM
$50-60 SSD 512gb (cheaper brand? inland?)
$300-350 5700 GPU
$50-60 550w PSU (cheaper brand?)

$650-$755 without the case and OS yet. So for anyone who does not know how to build, I say this is still a good deal. Anyone else who can, they probably could get these parts at the $650 range, then get a case they want and windows OS online for cheap.
I just bought this pc a few weeks ago when it was on sale for $730. So I can give you more info.

- The power supply is a Rosewill Lepton 600w 80+ Gold certified unit.

- The ram is a single 8gb 3000mhz cas 16 T-Force VulcanZ Dimm.

- CPU cooler is thermaltake rgb(idk the model).

- GPU is a Powercolor reference design(actually better and quieter than I thought since people complain about the blower designs).

- Asrock b450m/AC wifi mobo.

- SSD Team Group GX2 512gb

- Mouse and keyboard is Gamdias Ares M1 + Zeus E2 combo pack.

- Case is Rosewill Spectra C100. Front and top are mesh. 3 big front fans and 1 big rear exhaust fan. All blue. Tempered glass side, not acrylic.

I was actually surprised with the quality of the parts that they used, as well as the shipping packaging. Everything was great and cable management was super nice and clean. The pictures on newegg seem to be from a quite old cheap model that just uses the same blue case. I was worried about the generic PSU showed in the misrepresenting pics but pleased to see they actually didn't cut corners there.

For $700, compared to other pre-builts in this price point, this build is an insane steal imo.
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I just bought this pc a few weeks ago when it was on sale for $730. So I can give you more info.

- The power supply is a Rosewill Lepton 600w 80+ Gold certified unit.

- The ram is a single 8gb 3000mhz cas 16 T-Force VulcanZ Dimm.

- CPU cooler is thermaltake rgb(idk the model).

- GPU is a Powercolor reference design(actually better and quieter than I thought since people complain about the blower designs).

- Asrock b450m/AC wifi mobo.

- Mouse and keyboard is Gamdias Ares M1 + Zeus E2 combo pack.

- Case is Rosewill Spectra C100. Front and top are mesh. 3 big front fans and 1 big rear exhaust fan. All blue. Tempered glass side, not acrylic.

I was actually surprised with the quality of the parts that they used, as well as the shipping packaging. Everything was great and cable management was super nice and clean. The pictures on newegg seem to be from a quite old cheap model that just uses the same blue case. I was worried about the generic PSU showed in the misrepresenting pics but pleased to see they actually didn't cut corners there.

For $700, compared to other pre-builts in this price point, this build is an insane steal imo.

getting confused with all these notifications. anyways, there's another one @ $650 with an rx 580 build, thought you initially were from that other deal lol
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This was a rx 580 build earlier. So it was changed to a 5700. My earlier comment does not apply to this now.
You put $300-350 rx 5700 though...
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I just bought this pc a few weeks ago when it was on sale for $730. So I can give you more info.

- The power supply is a Rosewill Lepton 600w 80+ Gold certified unit.

- The ram is a single 8gb 3000mhz cas 16 T-Force VulcanZ Dimm.

- CPU cooler is thermaltake rgb(idk the model).

- GPU is a Powercolor reference design(actually better and quieter than I thought since people complain about the blower designs).

- Asrock b450m/AC wifi mobo.

- SSD Team Group GX2 512gb

- Mouse and keyboard is Gamdias Ares M1 + Zeus E2 combo pack.

- Case is Rosewill Spectra C100. Front and top are mesh. 3 big front fans and 1 big rear exhaust fan. All blue. Tempered glass side, not acrylic.

I was actually surprised with the quality of the parts that they used, as well as the shipping packaging. Everything was great and cable management was super nice and clean. The pictures on newegg seem to be from a quite old cheap model that just uses the same blue case. I was worried about the generic PSU showed in the misrepresenting pics but pleased to see they actually didn't cut corners there.

For $700, compared to other pre-builts in this price point, this build is an insane steal imo.

and yes, I agree.
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You put $300-350 rx 5700 though...
the 5700 is usually priced at that without rebates and codes, is mainly my point. And that, as I did mention, this is a good deal for anyone who can NOT build, or do not know how. Plus prices change from day to day. Right now I see 2600 at $120ish price now, but would honestly still go for a 1600AF $85 on amazon for any budget build. I was seeing $140 for that 2600 just a few days ago. My estimation is a rough estimate of prices at that time. So older comments might not even be applicable after a few days like with this one. I did point out that my list did not include the OS and the case. So in case (pun intended) they do not want this case specifically, they could still get the parts for about $650 price range, but they do have to look for deals which can be a struggle for new builders if they do not know how like I said.

And I thought that case looked exactly like a rosewill (see the link on my older comment).
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the 5700 is usually priced at that without rebates and codes, is mainly my point. And that, as I did mention, this is a good deal for anyone who can NOT build, or do not know how. Plus prices change from day to day. Right now I see 2600 at $120ish price now, but would honestly still go for a 1600AF $85 on amazon for any budget build. I was seeing $140 for that 2600 just a few days ago. My estimation is a rough estimate of prices at that time. So older comments might not even be applicable after a few days like with this one. I did point out that my list did not include the OS and the case. So in case (pun intended) they do not want this case specifically, they could still get the parts for about $650 price range, but they do have to look for deals which can be a struggle for new builders if they do not know how like I said.

And I thought that case looked exactly like a rosewill (see the link on my older comment).
I know. I just meant that that was a dead giveaway that this wasn't the RX 580 pc lol
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