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Skytech Archangel 3.0 Gaming PC: Ryzen 5 3600, 16GB DDR4, 500GB SSD, RTX 2070 EXPIRED

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Skytech Gaming via Google Shopping has Skytech Archangel 3.0 Gaming Desktop on sale for $955 - $95.50 with promo code LQCSIX = $859.50. Shipping is free. Thanks delz4stelz

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  • AMD Ryzen 5 3600 3.6GHz 6-Core (12 Thread) Processor
  • AMD B450 Motherboard
  • 16GB 3000MHz DDR4 RAM
  • 500GB Solid State Drive
  • NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 8GB Graphics Card
  • 802.11ac WiFi
  • 500 Watt 80 Plus Certified Power Supply
  • Windows 10 Home 64-Bit
  • Thermaltake H200 Mid Tower Case (White)
  • Fans: 3x 120mm ARGB Fans | 1x 120mm Non-LED Fan (intake)
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Looks to be a good buy. I just this weekend built a similar system (same case even) for $800(B&M Microcenter) . This has a better processor (3600 vs my 2600x), better video card (2070 vs my 1660 super) and only loses out to my build on ssd (500GB 970 Evo nvme vs SSD) and power supply (650 vs 500).
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This appears to be a good deal. I think a PC like this would normally go for $1100+
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Looks to be a good buy. I just this weekend built a similar system (same case even) for $800(B&M Microcenter) . This has a better processor (3600 vs my 2600x), better video card (2070 vs my 1660 super) and only loses out to my build on ssd (500GB 970 Evo nvme vs SSD) and power supply (650 vs 500).
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any of these deals have a m2 open on the motherboard to put an extra ssd?
pricing getting so low, not sure i want to deal with the small hassle of putting a computer together but i have a m2 ssd that i impulse bought and want to use.
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Is this overkill for a non-gamer? I like to have 20-30 tabs open at a time and stream video. TIA
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Is this overkill for a non-gamer? I like to have 20-30 tabs open at a time and stream video. TIA
I'm leaning towards yes.
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Is this overkill for a non-gamer? I like to have 20-30 tabs open at a time and stream video. TIA
Overkill. You likely would benefit from the CPU depending on what your doing other than lots of browser tabs, (which can also take alot of memory) so you may think about more memory if thats possible in your current PC 😃
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Way overkill. I got 30+ tabs open and stream on my second generation i3 laptop with 8 gb ram and spinning HD.
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Way overkill. I got 30+ tabs open and stream on my second generation i3 laptop with 8 gb ram and spinning HD.
Get off slickdeals, dad. You're hogging the wifi.
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Way overkill. I got 30+ tabs open and stream on my second generation i3 laptop with 8 gb ram and spinning HD.
Let's be honest -- your PC is probably slowed to a crawl with that much going on.
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Solid desktop
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Really good company for those interested. They use solid parts. Their cable management was decent. Their customer service is basically instant during hours
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Overkill. You likely would benefit from the CPU depending on what your doing other than lots of browser tabs, (which can also take alot of memory) so you may think about more memory if thats possible in your current PC ������
I just need a new PC in general, though. Still running Windows 7 and things are getting sloooowwww. Several problems come up where I have to reboot. I don't feel like spending countless hours trying to solve it only to come back to where I am now or worse. Thanks for the input, though, I will definitely be looking for something with a good CPU and RAM but not necessarily video card and power supply.

I'm also running i3 with 8GB HDD. Out with the old, in with the new.
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